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Bridging the divide between evidence and policy in public

sector decision making: a practitioners perspective.

Public Administration Review, 76(3), 2016(May-Jun):

p.394-402.

1652 Brydon, Michael and Vining, Aidan R.

Combining citizen participation and expert analysis: a

wild, wild horses problem in British Columbia.

Local Government Studies, 42(1), 2016(Feb): p.75-96.

1653 Montpetit, Eric and Lachapelle, Erick

Information values and expert decision-making: the case

of soil of decontamination.

Policy Sciences, 49(2), 2016(Jun): p.155-171.

DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY

1654 Curato, Nicole and Boker, Marit

Linking mini-publics to the deliberative system: a

research agenda.

Policy Sciences, 49(2), 2016(Jun): p.173-190.

DEMOCRACY

1655 Brym, Robert and Andersen, Robert

Democracy, women's rights, and public opinion in Tunisia.

International Sociology, 31(3), 2016(May): p.253-267.

1656 Mukherjee, Mridula

Indian democracy: debt to Jawaharlal Nehru.

Mainstream, 52(23), 2014(31 May): p.15-16,27.

1657 Sinha, Sanjeev Kumar

Deficits of democracy in the era of globalization: a case

study of Jharkhand .

University Research Journal: Social Sciences, Humanities

and Commerce, 1(1), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.27-38.

DEMOCRATIZATION

1658 Niraj Kumar

Democratic development state in India.

Indian Journal of Public Administration, 62(2), 2016(Apr-

Jun): p.226-248.

The idea of developmental state emerged mostly in the

late industrialising countries which were lagging behind

the developed countries of the world. Chalmers Johnson

coined the term 'developmental state' in the context of

Japan, which was later replicated in South Korea. The

rise of East Asian Developmental States can be attributed

to the proactive role played by the respective states of

these countries. A variation of the developmental state

can be seen in the case of India. It combined both

developmental goals and democratic ideals. In the

process, it maintained a moderate growth in terms of per

capita GDP as well sustained democracy with a brief

interlude of the emergency regime of Indira Gandhi. The

article tries to evaluate India's developmental as well

democratic credentials to date in seeking to apply the

concept of 'democratic developmental state' formulated by

Gordon White and Mark Robinson. - Reproduced.

DEVELOPMENT AID

1659 Muchapondwa, Edwin et al

Ground-truthing' Chinese development finance in Africa:

field evidence from South Africa and Uganda.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(6), 2016(Jun):

p.780-796.

DISABILITIES

1660 Mtetwa, Edmos and Ruparanganda, Watch

Disability and the quest for bureaucratic representation

in Zimbabwe.

Indian Journal of Social Work, 77(1), 2016(Jan): p.39-52.

DISABLED WAR VETERANS

1661 Ferruolo, David M.

Psychosocial equine program for veterans.

Social Work, 61(1), 2016(Jan): p.53-60.

DISADVANTAGED GROUPS

1662 Shukla, Praveen

Reaching out to India's disadvantaged-NSAP.

Kurukshetra, 64(11), 2016(Sep): p.41-45.

DISADVANTAGED SCHOOLS

1663 Chaudhari, Umrao Singh

Educational disadvantaged learners and equalizing

educational opportunities.

University News, 54(27), 2016(4 Jul): p.11-13.

1664 Ramanujam, Renuka

Educational disadvantages of children from households

engaged in historically unclean occupation.

Social Action, 66(3), 2016(Jul-Sep): p.261-276.

DISASTER PREVENTION

1665 Broekema, Wout

Crisis-induced learning and issue politicization in the

EU: the Braer, Sea Impress, Erika, and prestige oil spill

disasters.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.381-398.

1666 Christensen, Tom et al

Comparing coordination structures for crisis management

in six countries.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.316-332.

The article analyses organizational structures and

coordination mechanisms for crisis management in six

European countries, focusing on the prevalence of

hierarchical and network arrangements, administrative

culture and perceptions of coordination quality. Our main

research question concerns the importance of

collaboration and cooperation in the management of

crises. We apply a structural-instrumental and a cultural

perspective, and examine data on formal organizational

structures as well as survey data from administrative

executives. The mapping reveals hybrid coordination

arrangements with different national 'flavours'. The

survey data show that the executives accorded significant

weight to coordination, but the use of different

coordination mechanisms was only loosely linked to their

assessments of coordination quality. Our findings support

a view of public administration as a largely composite

system combining contradictory organizational principles

that have evolved through institutional layering.

National context and the specific challenges from

different types of crises therefore influence crisis

management capacity profoundly.

1667 Hermansson, Helena M.L.

Disaster management collaboration in Turkey: assessing

progress and challenges of hybrid network governance.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.333-349.

1668 Resodihardjo, Sandra L.

Why traditional responses to blame games fail: the

importance of context, rituals, and sub-blame games in

the face of raves gone wrong.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.350-363.

1669 Xiaolilu and Xue, Lan

Managing the unexpected: sense-making in the Chinese

emergency management system.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.414-429.

DISASTERS

1670 Aldrich, Daniel P.

It's who you know: factors driving recovery from Japan's

11 March 2011 disasters.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.399-413.

DISEASES

1671 Nag, Susanta et al

Opportunity cost of illness and occupational classes: a

case study of Balangir district in Odisha.

Artha Vijnana, 57(3), 2015(Sep): p.211-231.

1672 Singh, Abhishek et al

Non-communicable diseases and associated risk factors in

17 states/UTs in India.

Demography India, 43(1-2), 2014(Jan-Dec): p.31-40.

DISTANCE EDUCATION

1673 Dorothy, J.S.

ICT for open and distance learning.

University News, 54(28), 2016(11 Jul): p.10-24.

1674 Pulist, S.K.

Framework to assess quality of open educational

resources: a student's perspective.

University News, 54(29), 2016(18 Jul): p.12-17.

DIVISION OF LABOUR

1675 Tittenbrun, Jacek Stanislaw

The occupational division of labour as the foundation of

class in a neo Durkheimian approach.

Social Science Information , 55(2), 2016(Jun): p.161-188.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

1676 Ross, Stuart et al

Providing an integrated response to family violence:

governance attributes of local networks in Victoria.

Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(2), 2016

(Jun): p.127-136.

DOMESTICS

1677 Bag, Pradyumna

Bartan system: socio-legal dimensions of unclean

occupation in Odisha.

Social Action, 66(3), 2016(Jul-Sep): p.305-322.

DRUG ABUSE

1678 Kukreja, Veena

The menace of narco power in Pakistan .

Indian Journal of Public Administration, 62(2), 2016(Apr-

Jun): p.260-269.

This article seeks to analyse the menace of narco power

in Pakistan. The 1980s, in the aftermath of the Afghan

crisis, witnessed the rise of narco power in Pakistan.

The narco power, which has assumed the role of one of the

central pillars of the power structure in Pakistan,

reveals triangular linkages and nexus between narcotics

and politicians, army and ISI, and terrorism. Drug

syndicates also run a parallel economy. The article also

takes into account the relationship between narcotics and

civil society to depict the menace of drug addiction and

ethnic violence. With their penetration of state

institutions, economy, and society, the narco barons

today are the most formidable force threatening the

government's authority, political stability, and the

economic and social equilibrium of the society. -

Reproduced.


DRUGS

1679 Chandra, Saurabh

Subramaniam vs Subramanian: has profit taken precedence

over people?

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(33), 2016(13 Aug):

p.14-16.

1680 Shah, Girish and Dubey, Rishi

Influence of experience of medical representatives on

promotion strategies of pharmaceutical companies.

Abhigyan, 34(1), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.54-70.

DUTT, ROMESH CHUNDER

1681 Sharma, Naresh Kumar

Romesh Chunder Dutt and economic analysis of India under

the British rule.

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.43-65.

E GOVERNANCE

1682 Mehta, Ranjeet

Maximum governance: reaching out through e-governance.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jun): p.16-19.

1683 Wang, Shu and Feeney, Mary K.

Determinants of information and communication technology

adoption in municipalities.

American Review of Public Administration, 46(3), 2016(M

ay): p.292-313.

Local governments use various technologies to enhance

responsiveness to citizens' demands and to improve

efficiency. However, the determinants for technology

adoption may vary by the type of technology used. We

separately examine the adoption of two different types of

information and communication technologies (ICTs):

intranet, which increases efficiencies within an

organization, and e-services, which aim to increase

efficiencies for the public and government agencies.

Using 2012 data collected from a national random survey

of the managers in 500 municipal governments with

populations ranging from 25,000 to 250,000, we find that

organizational centralization, work routineness, and

personnel constraints are related to the adoption of both

intranet and e-services, but that these relationships are

mediated by an organization's risk-taking culture. We

also find that external stakeholder influence is

positively related to ICT use. Governmental stakeholder

influence is related to intranet adoption, and non-

governmental stakeholder influence is related to the

adoption of e-services. Our study highlights the

importance of understanding the dynamics by which

different ICTs are adopted. A main contribution lies in

the finding that risk-taking culture mediates the

relationship between structural constraints and ICT

adoption in municipal governments. - Reproduced.

E LEARNING

1684 Selvam, S.K. Panneer

E-learning in classroom instruction among B.ED. students

towards technology literacy for sustainable development:

a study.

Indian Journal of Regional Science, 48(1), 2016:

p.137-144.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

1685 Gray, Hazel

Access order and the 'new' new institutional economics of

development.

Development and Change, 47(1), 2016(Jan): p.51-75.

1686 Malhotra, Achal

Diplomacy: for inclusive development and larger

footprints.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jun): p.21-24.

1687 Snehi, Yogesh

From feudalism to state developmentalism: changing

economic formation of Himachal Pradesh.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(26-27), 2016(25 Jun):

p.101-110.

1688 Thachaparamban, Shamna

Development-induced displacement: a critique of

theoretical perspectives.

Man and Development, 38(2), 2016(Jun): p.79-86.

ECONOMIC COMPETITIONS

1689 Palermo, Giulio

Power, competition and the free trader vulgaris.

Cambridge journal of economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.259-281.

ECONOMIC GROWTH

1690 Clark, Rob

Examining mobility in international development.

Social Problems, 63(3), 2016(Aug): p.329-350.

International development scholars routinely test for

convergence across a range of outcomes, including income,

health, and education. However, the extent to which

countries have reordered themselves along the development

hierarchy receives less attention. Accordingly, the

present analysis features a systematic examination of

cross-national mobility in international development. I

first introduce a generic model of mobility in which

country-level movement is a function of several factors,

including initial inequality, growth dynamics, and

temporal span. I then show that observed mobility rates

across several development indicators (gross domestic

product per capita [GDP PC], human development index

[HDI], and life expectancy) are significantly lower than

what the generic model predicts. An investigation of

longitudinal trends shows that mobility rates have been

declining since the 1980s and that the discrepancy

between expected and observed mobility has grown wider

during this time. Mobility rates appear to be hindered by

the lack of large-scale mobility among upper tier

countries (where mobility patterns are more favorable

than expected) and lower tier countries (where mobility

patterns are less favorable than expected). Overall, the

results are consistent with propositions derived from

world-system theory regarding the relative stability of

the core/periphery hierarchy. In sum, the analysis of

mobility can serve as a useful complement to existing

research and produces an image of development and change

not typically found in convergence studies. - Reproduced.

1691 Dincecco, Mark and Katz, Gabriel

State capicity and long-run economic performance.

Economic Journal, 126(590), 2016(Feb): p.189-218.

1692 Malikarjun, M.

Growth and development trends in India: a study of north

eastern states.

Indian Journal of Regional Science, 48(1), 2016: p.12-19.

1693 Rajkumar, J. Dennis

Estimates of high GDP growth for 2015-16: not entirely

convincing.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(26-27), 2016(25 Jun):

p.117-120.

1694 Singh, Charan

Unleashing growth through empowerment.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jun): p.7-9.

ECONOMIC INTEGRATION

1695 Tripathi, Dhananjay

Greece crisis and European integration: a critical

approach to regional integration (notes).

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(32), 2016(Aug):

p.122-129.

ECONOMIC POLICY

1696 Bhagat, Sanjai, Ghosh, Pulak and Rangan, Srinivasan

Economic policy uncertainty and growth in India.

Economic and Political Weekly, 41(35), 2016(27 Aug):

p.72-81.

A measure of economic policy uncertainty or EPU for India

is constructed to study its impact on the economy. It is

found that gross domestic product growth and fixed

investment are negatively related to EPU in India. For

instance, if the economic uncertainty were to decrease to

the level observed in 2005, India's GDP growth would

increase by 0.56%, and fixed investment growth would

increase by 1.36%. Additionally, a negative correlation

between the Bombay Stock Exchange index and EPU in India

is observed, suggesting that increases in EPU lower

expectations of future growth or increase perceived risk

of listed stocks. Lastly, it is found that firm-level

capital expenditure rates are lowered when EPU increases.

- Reproduced.

ECONOMIC RECESSION

1697 Roland-Levy, Christine, Kmiec, Ruxanda and Lemoine, Jeremy

How is the economic crisis socially assessed?

Social Science Information , 55(2), 2016(Jun): p.235-254.

ECONOMIC THEORY

1698 Barman, R.B.

Rethinking economics, statistical system and welfare: a

critique with India as a case.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(28), 2016(9 Jul):

p.46-56.

EDUCATION

1699 Herdt, Tom De and Titeca, Kristof

Governance with empty pockets: the education sector in

the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Development and Change, 47(3), 2016(May): p.472-494.

1700 McGuinn, Patrick

From no child left behind to the every student succeeds

act: federalism and the education legacy of the Obama

administration.

Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 46(3), 2016(Summer):

p.392-415.

1701 Rawal, Surendra Kaur

Spatial dimensions of educational status and health in

western Uttar Pradesh: a study of regional variation.

Indian Journal of Regional Science, 48(1), 2016:

p.119-127.

1702 Roy, Dipen

Education, economic growth and skill development: an

empirical study to explore effective educational and

skill development methods for growth and prosperity of

the nation.

University News, 54(24), 2016(13 Jun): p.8-17.

1703 Sadaphal, Ujjwala D

Swami Vivekananda's views on education.

University News, 54(24), 2016(13 Jun): p.22-26.

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS

1704 Panda, Suresh

The grants: initiatives in higher education in India.

University News, 54 (23), 2016(6 June): p.24-35.

EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

1705 Sidhu, Poonamjot Kaur

Evaluation of burnout as an impediment to academic

organizations in Punjab.

Jaipuria International Journal of Management Research, 2

(1), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.55-63.

EDUCATIONAL POLICY

1706 Kidwai, Ayesha

The question of language in education.

Economic and Political Weekly, 41(35), 2016(27 Aug):

p.40-42.

1707 Nawani, Disha

School education: policy strengths and concerns.

Economic and Political Weekly, 41(35), 2016(27 Aug):

p.43-47.

1708 Sahu, S.N.

National policy on education: must promote music

education, teach regional history and educate men to

share household work with women.

Mainstream, 54(32), 2016(30 Jul): p.27-31.

1709 Venkatraman, L.N.

New educational policy and the continuing contentions.

Economic and Political Weekly, 41(35), 2016(27 Aug):

p.47-50.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES

1710 Vaishnav, Vibha et al

A novel three tier education and leadership training

programme for national resurgence.

University News, 54(22), 2016(30 May): p.3-9.

EDUCATIONAL QUALITY

1711 Gautam, J.N.

Marching towards excellence in education: Librarian

horizon.

University News, 54(21), 2016(23 May): p.3-6.

1712 Metri, Dhanappa M.

Institutional excellence through essential employee

engagement.

University News, 54(24), 2016(13 Jun): p.18-21.

1713 Nawani, Disha

Quality education in contemporary India.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jun): p.26-28.

1714 Sivasubramanian, S.

Introspection of status of quality in higher education in

India.


University News, 54(22), 2016(30 May): p.10-14,25.

1715 Subramanian, T.S.R.

Education in disarray: need for quality upgradation and

inclusivity.

Economic and Political Weekly, 41(35), 2016(27 Aug):

p.30-33.

1716 Thakur, B.K.

Maximisation of demographic dividend through access to

quality education.

University Research Journal: Social Sciences, Humanities

and Commerce, 1(1), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.75-81.

EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS

1717 Kar, Satyabrata

Towards a just education system in India: right to

education and beyond.

Man in India, 96(4), 2016(Oct-Dec): p.1103-1125.

ELDERLY

1718 Vyas, Mouleshri

Sleepless in Mumbai: spotlight on elderly security guards

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(26-27), 2016(25 Jun):

p.78-83.

ELECTIONS

1719 Ahmad, Aejaz and Wani, M. Rafiq

From Bihar to Assam: understanding and predicting BJP

election strategies in upcoming Assam elections.

Mainstream, 54(1), 2015(26 Dec): p.34-36.

1720 Das Gupta, Barun

Time to codify Election Commission powers.

Mainstream, 54(29), 2016(9 Jul): p.27-28.

1721 Dasgupta, Rohit K.

Labour wins London: Sadiq Khan and the future of British

politics.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(21), 2016(21 May):

p.21-23.

1722 Desai, Darshan

The Gujarat vote share trend conundrum.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(28), 2016(9 Jul ):

p.12-15.

1723 Fiva, Jon H. and Folke, Olle

Mechanical and psychological effects of electoral reform.

British Journal of Political Science, 46(2), 2016(Apr):

p.265-279.

1724 Fjelde, Hanne and Hoglund, Kristine

Electoral institutions and electoral violence in Sub-

Saharan Africa.

British Journal of Political Science, 46(2), 2016(Apr):

p.297-320.

1725 Gerber, Alan S. et al

Why people vote: estimating the social returns to voting

British Journal of Political Science, 46(2), 2016(Apr):

p.241-264.

1726 Kongkirati, Prajak

Thailand's failed 2014 election: the anti-election

movement, violence and democratic breakdown.

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 46(3), 2016(Aug):

p.467-485.

1727 Martin, Nicole S.

Do ethnic minority candidates mobilise ethic minority

voters? evidence from the 2010 UK general election.

Parliamentary Affairs, 69(1), 2016(Jan): p.159-180.

1728 Martin, Shane

Policy, office and votes: the electoral value of

ministerial office.

British Journal of Political Science, 46(2), 2016(Apr):

p.281-296.

1729 Mukhim, Patricia

North-east scan: an election verdict that created waves .

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.11-14.

ELECTIONS

1730 Phanjoubam, Pradip

Will Assam results impact other congress ruled NE states?

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.15-17.

1731 Puniyani, Ram

Assam election results 2016: challenges to pluralist

ethos.

Mainstream, 54(29), 2016(9 Jul): p.9-10.



1732 Rundlett, Ashlea and Svolik, Milan W.

Deliver the vote! Micro-motives and macro-behavior in

electoral fraud.

American Political Science Review, 110(1), 2016(Feb):

p.180-197.

1733 Schmitt-Beck, Rudiger and Partheymuller, Julia

A two stage theory of discussant influence on vote choice

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