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Keynes and the confidence faeries.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.309-325.

1929 Marcuzzo, Maria Cristina and Sanfilippo, Eleonora

Keynes and the interwar commodity option markets.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.327-348.

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

1930 Ferlie, Ewan et al

The political economy of management knowledge:

managements texts in English healthcare organizations.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p.185-203.

LABOUR MARKET

1931 Miyata, Sachiko and Yamada, Hiroyuki

Do female gender role attitudes affect labour market

participation in Egypt?

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

p.876-894.

LABOUR MOBILITY

1932 Sharma, Jeevan Raj

Bodies in search of freedom: changing rural political

economy and Nepal marginal migrants.

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

p.53-60.

LABOUR SUPPLY

1933 Keane, Michael P. and Wasi, Nada

Labour supply: the roles of human capital and the

extensive margin.

Economic Journal, 126(592), 2016(May): p.578-617.

1934 Keane, Michael P.

Life-cycle labour supply with human capital: econometric

and behavioural implications.

Economic Journal, 126(592), 2016(May): p.546-577.

LAND

1935 Sbriccoli, Tommaso



Land, Labour and power: a Malwa village, 1954-2012.

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

p.8-16.

LAND TENURE

1936 Kalam, M.A.

Lineage ownership to individual rights: social history of

Jamma land tenure in Kodagu.

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

p.93-100.

1937 Sengupta, Puspita and Chattopadhyay, Subhra

Appraising compensational benefit under "the right to

fair compensation and transparency in land acquisition,

rehabilitation and resettlement act, 2013''.

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

p.114-118.

LAND USE

1938 Hangaragi, S.S.

Assessment of land use and land cover change for

sustainable development of Sandur taluk of Bellary

district, Karnataka: using remote sensing technology.

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

p.145-154.

1939 Vombatkere, S.G.

Land and people:1894 to 2015: from colonial rulers to

corporate masters: 121 years of resistance.

Mainstream, 54(1), 2015(26 Dec): p.49-52.

LANGUAGES

1940 Kurhade, M.S.

Use of language in multilingual India.

University News, 54(21), 2016(23 May): p.7-12.

LAWYERS

1941 Sharma, Ekta

Stress: indefensible syndrome of defending lawyers.

Indian Journal of Training and Development, 46(1), 2016

(Jan-Mar): p.23-37.

LEADERSHIP

1942 Brown, Archie

Against the Fⁿhrerprinzip: for collective leadership .

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.109-123.

1943 Chapman, Carrie et al

How public service leadership is studied: an examination

of a quarter century of scholarship.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p.111-128.

1944 Chaudhry, Charu and Agrwaal, Anusha

Leadership in turbulent times.

Jaipuria International Journal of Management Research, 2

(1), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.97-99.

1945 Haslam, A. Alexander and Reicher, Stephen D.

Rethinking the psychology of leadership: from personal

identity to social identity.

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.21-34.

1946 Keohane, Nannerl O

Leadership, equality and democracy.

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.8-20.

1947 King , Anthony

In favor of leader proofing .

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.124-137.

1948 Lambridge, W. Henry

Reflections on leadership: Jean-Jacques Dordain of the

European space agency.

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

p.507-511.

In 2015, Jean-Jacques Dordain retired as director general

of the European Space Agency (ESA). This is Europe's NASA

and includes a host of sovereign nations that differ in

language, culture, economics, and politics. As ESA's

director general, Dordain pulled together a disparate and

often quarreling group of countries and got them moving

in the same direction. Billions of dollars were involved

in a sequence of large-scale, complex spaceflights.

Successes far surpassed failures. Dordain stated that if

there is one area of administration about which ESA could

teach the world, it is ''that of international

cooperation. Very simple-it's because ESA is an

institutional cooperation venture.'' In this

Administrative Profile, Dordain comments on the issues he

faced in guiding European cooperation as well as

relations with the United States and other countries.

1949 Leadership-it's a system, not a person! : Kellerman,

Barbara


Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.83-94.

1950 Mukherjee, Arunava Narayan and Goswami, Jaydeep H.

Leadership crisis and challenges - Indian business

revisited.

Indian Journal of Training and Development, 46(1), 2016

(Jan-Mar): p.80-85.

1951 Pandey, Sanjay K. et al

Transformational leadership and the use of normative

public values: can employees be inspired to serve larger

public purposes?

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p. 204-222.

1952 Stepan, Alfred

Multiple but complementary, not conflictual, leaderships:

the Tunisian democratic transition in comparative

perspective.

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.95-108.

1953 Sudha, Kiran Sakkar and Shahnawaz, M.G.

Positive and negative personality traits; and leadership

styles across gender in the Indian context.

Abhigyan, 34(1), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.28-40.

1954 Tummers, Lars and Knies, Eva

Measuring public leadership: developing scales four key

public leadership roles.

Public Administration, 94(2), 2016(Jun): p.433-451.

This article on public leadership contributes to the

literature by focusing on the 'public' aspect of

leadership and developing quantitative scales for

measuring four public leadership roles. These roles all

refer to the extent to which public leaders actively

support their employees in dealing with public sector

issues: (1) accountability leadership, (2) rule-following

leadership, (3) political loyalty leadership, and (4)

network governance leadership. We tested the factor

structure using exploratory and confirmatory analyses,

with satisfactory results. Also, as expected, the scales

for public leadership relate to transformational

leadership and leadership effectiveness. The scales also

correlate with organizational commitment, work engagement

and turnover intention. These results indicate that our

four scales of public leadership work adequately. We

conclude with a future research agenda on how the scales

can be used in survey and experimental research.

LIFE CYCLE

1955 Lenzi, Camilla and Perucca, Gjovanni

Life satisfaction across cities: evidence from Romania.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(7), 2016(Jul):

p.1062-1077.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1956 Alonso, Jose Manuel, Andrews, Rhys and Hodgkinson, Ian R.

Institutional, ideological and political contracting:

evidence from England.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p.244-262.

1957 Bolivar, Manuel Pedro Rodriguez et al

Risk factors and drivers of financial sustainability in

local government: an empirical study.

Local Government Studies, 42(1), 2016(Feb): p.29-51.

1958 Bridging a strategic gap: a think tank for local government

in New Zealand.

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 38(2),

2016(Jun): p.131-137.

This discussion addresses an initiative to establish New

ZealandÆs first think tank focused specifically on local

government. It considers how two councils, Rotorua Lakes

and Waipa, identified a strategic gap in their policy

capability and saw the need for a collaborative approach

to addressing it. The think tank is expected to take a

long-term strategic approach by facilitating access by

New Zealand councils to international experience and

research, and by working with councils to develop

responses to major long-term trends, including

demographic change and the impact of technological change

on local employment markets. - Reproduced.

1959 Brown, Gary and Cole, Michael

The 'shared workplace' agenda in Northern Ireland:

lessons from local government.

Local Government Studies, 42(4), 2016(Aug): p.557-578.

1960 Cepiku, Denita, Mussari, Riccardo and Giordano, Filippo

Local governments managing austerity: approaches,

determinants and impact.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p.223-243.

1961 Drew, Joseph and Dollery, Brian

Does size still matter? an empirical analysis of the

effectiveness of Victorian local authorities.

Local Government Studies, 42(1), 2016(Feb): p.15-28.

1962 Drew, Joseph and Dollery, Brian

What's in a name? assessing the performance of local

government classification systems.

Local Government Studies, 42(2), 2016(Apr): p.248-266.

1963 Golosov, Grigorii V., Gushchina, Kristina and Kononenko,

Pavel


Russia's local government in the process of authoritarian

regime transformation: incentives for the survival of

local democracy.

Local Government Studies , 42(4), 2016(Aug): p.507-526.

1964 Jimenez, Benedict S.

Externalities in the fragmented metropolis: local

institutional choices and the efficiency-equity trade off

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

(May): p.314-336.

A highly fragmented system of local governance represents

a market-like arrangement in which competition among

service providers benefits citizen-consumers by improving

the efficiency of local public service delivery. Yet, the

local public market can also fail, producing negative

outcomes for some communities and their residents.

Because fragmentation can have differential impacts on

the welfare of different groups of citizens-benefiting

others and harming some-the organization of the local

public sector raises important equity questions. This

research focuses on the negative outcomes or

externalities generated by local government

fragmentation, specifically urban sprawl and spatial

economic segregation. The results of the empirical

analysis suggest that the design of the local public

sector structure involves a trade-off between efficiency

and equity. - Reproduced.

1965 Lee, Youngmi

From competition to collaboration: intergovernmental

economic development policy networks.

Local Government Studies, 42(2), 2016(Apr): p.171-188.

1966 Lowndes, Vivien and Gardner, Alison

Local governance under the conservatives: super-

austerity, devolution and the smarter state.

Local Government Studies, 42(3), 2016(Jun): p.357-375.

1967 Noda, Yu

Municipal relationship modifications by the Great Heisei

Consolidation in Japan.

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 38(2),

2016(Jun)

In Japan, the Great Heisei Consolidation has facilitated

municipal mergers for economies of scale and drastically

reduced the number of municipalities since 2000.This

phase of merger promotion ended in 2010. The central

government's strongest focus was on encouraging mergers

in areas where many municipalities each had a population

of less than 10,000. An analysis of the ''metropolitan

power diffusion index'' (MPDI) and ''move resources''

shows that, although half of the areas achieved good

modifications, mergers do not always improve financial

efficiency. However, the more striking result is that

municipalities in prefectures that resisted the central

government's consolidation incentives, especially

Hokkaido where there are many small municipalities,

continued to receive the benefit of local allocation tax

revenue redistribution from the central government due to

their relatively disadvantaged fiscal status. By

contrast, the benefits of well-modified municipalities

that followed the recommendations of central government

policy and achieved good outcomes were reduced and

financial exemption was cut. Thus, the central

government's use of accelerated and restrictive

approaches to incentivise consolidation was limited by

its ongoing willingness to bail out needy municipalities

that did not accept with national policy.- Reproduced.

1968 Oztoprak, Abdullah Abid and Ruijer, Erna

Variants of transparency: an analysis of the English

local government transparency code 2015.

Local Government Studies, 42(4), 2016(Aug): p.536-556.

1969 Platts-Fowler, Deborah and Robinson, David

Community resilience: a policy tool for local government.

Local Government Studies, 42(5), 2016(Oct): p.762-784.
1970 Sandford, Mark

Public services and local government: the end of the

principle of 'funding following duties'.

Local Government Studies, 42(4), 2016(Aug): p.637-656.

1971 Thijssen, Peter and Dooren, Wouter Van

Going online: does ICT enabled-participation engage the

young In local governance?

Local Government Studies, 42(5), 2016(Oct): p.842-862.

1972 Wollmann, Hellmut

Local government reforms: between multifunction and

single-purpose organizations.

Local Government Studies, 42(3), 2016(Jun): p.376-384.

MALARIA

1973 Noble, Mark D. and Austin, Kelly F.

Rural disadvantage and malaria in less-developed nations:

a cross-national investigation of a neglected disease.

Rural Sociology, 81(1), 2016(Mar): p.99-134.

MALNUTRITION

1974 Pavitra Mohan, Agarwal, Kumaril and Jain, Priyanka

Child malnutrition in Rajasthan: story of tribal migrant

communities.

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

p.73-81.

MANAGEMENT

1975 Cock, Christian De and Nyberg, Daniel

The possibility of critique under a financialized

capitalism: the case of private equity in the United

Kingdom.

Organization, 23(4), 2016(Jul): p.465-484.

MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

1976 Gopal, R.

Whither B schools? the new directions for B schools of

2016-2040.

University News, 54(28), 2016(11 Jul): p.7-9.

MANAGERS

1977 Propheter, Geoffrey

Managerial experience and organizational performance: a

15-year panel study of local assessors.

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

p.438-446.

The proposition that managerial experience improves

performance is an empirical claim, yet panel studies with

long time dimensions exploring the relationship are

uncommon. This article investigates the impact of

managerial experience on organizational performance using

a 15-year panel of local property assessors in Washington

State from 1999 to 2013. Each additional year of

experience improves assessment quality as measured by the

coefficient of dispersion by three-tenths of a percent.

However, although the relationship is statistically

significant, the size of the effect is quite small, with

administrative practices and the environment surrounding

the assessment task being stronger predictors of

assessment performance. - Reproduced.

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

1978 Bawa, R.S. and Khosla, Rajiv

Performance and dynamics of manufacturing industries in

Punjab.


Indian Journal of Regional Science, 48(1), 2016: p.67-84.

1979 Kathuria, Vinish

What causes agglomeration-policy or infrastructure?: a

study of Indian organised manufacturing.

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

p.33-44.

1980 Matthias, Jens et al

Services reform and manufacturing performance: evidence

from India.

Economic Journal, 126(590), 2016(Feb): p.1-39.

1981 Ojha, Ravindra and Vrat, Prem

Strategies to accelerate manufacturing growth in India: a

system dynamics-interpretive structural modeling analysis

Vision, 20(2), 2016(Jun): p.85-100.

1982 Roy, Prasanta Kumar, Das, Purnendu Sekhar and Neogi,

Chiranjib

Interstate analysis of the decomposition of total factor

productivity growth in the organized manufacturing

industries in India: a stochastic frontier approach.

Artha Vijnana, 57(2), 2015(Jun): p.135-160.

MANUFACTURING SECTOR

1983 Chadha, Vikram and Kaur, Gurpreet

Nature growth and structure of manufacturing sector

employment in Punjab: implication for industrialization.

Indian Journal of Regional Science, 48(1), 2016: p.53-66.

MARRIAGE

1984 McGowan, Deirdre

Governed by marriage law: an Irish genealogy.

Social and Legal Studies, 25(3), 2016(Jun): p.311-331.

1985 Rajnish Kumar and Das, Upasak

Dynamics of marriage and female labour participation:

case of India.

Artha Vijnana, 57(2), 2015(Jun): p.83-98.

MARRIED WOMEN

1986 Kalra, Harsimran

Rights of second wives: role of informal justice systems.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(25), 2016(18 Jun):

p.16-19.

MARXIAN ECONOMICS

1987 Schefold, Bertram

Profits equal surplus value on average and the

significance of this result for the Marxian theory of

accumulation.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.165-199.

MARXISM


1988 Byron, Chris

Essence and alienation: Marx's theory of human nature.

Science and Society, 80(3), 2016(Jul): p.375-394.

1989 Starosta, Guido and Caligaris, Gaston

The commodity nature of labor-power.

Science and Society, 80(3), 2016(Jul): p.319-345.

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

1990 Paswan, B. et al

Maternal health in India: evidence from first phase

states/UTs of NFHS-4.

Demography India, 43(1-2), 2014(Jan-Dec): p.17-29.

MATHEMATICS

1991 Dardi, Marco

Philosophy and psychology of mathematics according to

Alfred Marshall.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.283-308.

MEDICAL EDUCATION

1992 Choudhury, Pradeep Kumar

NEET for medical education: finding a balance.

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

p.16-19.

1993 Exworthy, Mark, Hyde, Paula and Mcdonald Kuhne, Pamela

Knights and knaves in the English medical profession: the

case of clinical excellence awards.

Journal of Social Policy, 45(1), 2016(Jan): p.83-99.

MEHTA, J.L

1994 Shukla, Sanjay Kumar

Philosophical contributions of Professor J.L Mehta: some

reflections.

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.72-85.

MENTAL HEALTH

1995 Jacob, K.S.

Mental healthcare: new tactics, strategic failure.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(1), 2016(2 Jan):

p.15-18.

1996 Yadav, Jeetendra and Chandra Sekhar

Exploring potential linkage between migration, lifestyle

and mental health: a study of Delhi slums migrants.

Demography India, 43(1-2), 2014(Jan-Dec): p.131-145.

MIDDLE CLASS

1997 Gertler, Paul J. et al

The demand for energy-using assets among the world rising

middle classes .

American Economic Review, 106(6), 2016(Jun): p.1366-1401.

MIGRANTS

1998 Arestoff, Florence , Braz, Melanie Kuhn-Le and Mouhoud, El

Mouhoub


Remittance behaviour of forced migrants in post-apartheid

South Africa.

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

p.824-837.

1999 Samaddar, Ranabir

Migrant and the neo-liberal city: an introduction.

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

p.52-54.

2000 Shrey, Bhawna

Moving colonies: the migrant subject in a post-colonial

setting.

Man in India, 96(4), 2016(Oct-Dec): p.945-950.

MIGRATION

2001 Pramanik, Bimal

Political philosophy and thought behind Bangladeshi

minority eviction and majority infiltration into India.

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.134-144.

2002 Singh, Pavitar Prakash

Migration crisis in European Union: a case study.

Man in India, 96(4), 2016(Oct-Dec): p.1135-1139.

2003 Tilche, Alice

Migration, bachelorhood and discontent among the Patidars

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

un ): p.17-24.

MIGRATION LAW

2004 Carvalho, Joao Miguel Duarte de

The effectiveness of French immigration policy under

president Nicolas Sarkozy.

Parliamentary Affairs, 69(1), 2016(Jan): p.53-72.

MINIMUM WAGE

2005 Meyer, Brett

Learning to love the government: trade unions and late

adoption if the minimum wage.

World Politics, 68(3), 2016(Jul): p.538-575.

MINORITY GROUPS

2006 Aydemir, Nermin and Vliegenthart, Rens

Minority representatives' in the Netherlands: supporting,

silencing or suppressing?

Parliamentary affairs, 69(1), 2016(Jan): p.73-92.

2007 Raghavan, Pallavi

The making of South Asia minorities: a diplomatic

history, 1947-52.

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

p.45-52.

In April 1950, the prime ministers of India and Pakistan

met in Delhi to sign the landmark inter-dominion

agreement known as the Nehru-Liaquat Pact, according to

which India and Pakistan would be accountable to one

another for the treatment of minorities in their

countries. This agreement was the outcome of a mutual

necessity for both governments to regulate the unchecked

movement of minority population across the border, which

led them into an unlikely--though nonetheless

structurally integral--position of compromise and

dialogue. In order to grapple with the phenomenon of

cross-border movement of minorities, the two governments

had to enter into a series of bilateral dialogues about

how this could be regulated, and synchronised for both

sides. - Reproduced.

MONEY


2008 Weber, Beat

Bitcoin and the legitimacy crisis of money.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 2016(Jan):

p.17-41.

MOTIVATION

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