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804 Naik, Ganesh Chandra

Academic inbreeding in Indian universities: a critique.

University News, 54(19), 2016(9 May): p.10-13.


805 Singh, Yumanm Premananda

Good governance and human rights - a case study of

governance reforms for better protection of human rights

in India.

Administrative Studies, 1(1), 2015(Nov): p.20-31.


806 Kapur, Shikha

Andragogya: the adult learning theory.

Indian Journal of Adult Education, 76(2), 2015(Apr-Jun):


807 Reddy, M.V. Lakshmi

Professional development and capacity building in adult

education through open and distance learning modes by

IGNOU: experiences, problems and prospects.

Indian Journal of Adult Education, 76(2), 2015(Apr-Jun):


808 Shah, S.Y.

Professionalization of adult education in India:

challenges and issues.

Indian Journal of Adult Education, 76(2), 2015(Apr-Jun):



809 Dey, Deblina

The nostalgia of values: popular depictions of care

crisis towards ageing parents in India.

Journal of Human Values, 22(1), 2016(Jan): p.26-38.


810 Sudan, Falendra Kumar and Singh, Ishita

Impact of agrarian crisis on rural communities in North

East India: evidence and lessons learnt.

IASSI Quarterly: Contribution to Indian Social Science ,

34(1-4), 2015(Jan-Dec): p.115-136.


811 Misra, Rekha, Chavan, Pallavi and Verma, Radheshyam

Agricultural credit in India in the 2000s: growth,

distribution and linkages with productivity.

Margin, 10(2), 2016(May): p.169-197.


812 Mohapatra, Amiya kumar

Inclusive agricultural development.

Kurukshetra, 63(6), 2015(Apr): p.39-41.

813 Oluwatayo, Isaac B. and Ojo, Ayodeji O.

Information communication technology USAGEAND

agricultural development in Nigeria: emerging trends and


Asian Economic Review, 58(1), 2016(Mar): p.49-56.


814 Spielman, David J. and Ma, Xingliang

Private sector incentives and the diffusion of

agricultural technology: evidence from developing


Journal of Development Studies, 52(5), 2016(May):



815 Dey, Kushankur

National agricultural market: rationale, roll-out and


Economic and Political Weekly, 51(19), 2016(7 May):



816 Dutta, Ratnajyoti

Farm productivity through information flow.

Kurukshetra, 64(4), 2016(Feb): p.23-26.

817 Kubik, Zaneta and Maurel, Mathilde

Weather shocks, agricultural production and migration:

evidence from Tanzania.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(5), 2016(May):



818 Cahyadi, Eko Ruddy and Waibel, Hermann

Contract farming and vulnerability to poverty among oil

palm smallholders in Indonesia.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(5), 2016(May):


819 Deulgaonkar, Atul and Joshi, Anjali

Agriculture is injurious to health.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(19), 2016(7 May):


820 Joshi, Rajashree

A farming system approch.

Seminar, 681, 2016(May): p.20-23.

821 Maity, Chandan Kumar and Sengupta, Atanu

Welfare aspects of agricultural growth: analysis based on

foodgrains cultivation in India.

Indian Journal of Economics, 96(381), 2015(Oct):


822 Nehra, Kulwant

Implications of subsidised power supply for sustain

agriculture in Haryana.

Man and Development, 38(1), 2016(Mar): p.51-70.

823 Pal, Mahi

Agriculture and farmers welfare: new initiatives and


Kurukshetra, 64(8), 2016(Jun): p.5-9.

824 Selvaraj, M.S. and Gopalakrishnan, Shankar

Nightmares of an agricultural capitalist economy: tea

plantation workers in the Nilgiris.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(18), 2016(30 Apr):



825 Beg, Masroor Ahmad

Agriculture price and its impact on farmers income: a

case for FDI in retail.

Indian Journal of Economics, 96(380), 2015(Jul): p.19-42.


826 Gupt, Rajan Kumar and Prahlad Kumar

Consciousness and comprehensive knowledge of HIV/AIDS

among Young Indian women: evidences from six Indian


Indian Journal of Adult Education, 76(2), 2015(Apr-Jun):


827 McKinney, Laura and Austin, Kelly

Ecological losses are harming women: a structural

analysis of female HIV prevalence and life expectancy in

less developed countries.

Social Problems, 62(4), 2015(Nov): p.529-549.


828 Srivastava, Arun

Appropriating Ambedkar and His legacy for a rightist


Mainstream, 54(26), 2016(18 Jun): p.29-33.

829 Srivastava, Vivek Kumar

Ambedkar and his vision of socialism .

Mainstream, 54(19), 2016(30 Apr): p.23-25.


830 Baran, Benjamin E., Rogelberg, Steven G. and Clausen,


Routinized killing of animals: going beyond dirty work

and prestige to understand the well-being of

slaughterhouse workers.

Organization, 23(3), 2016(May): p.351-369.

831 Hamilton, Lindsay and McCabe, Darren

It's just a job': understanding emotion work, de-

animalization and the compartmentalization of organized

animal slaughter .

Organization, 23(3), 2016(May): p.330-350.

832 Hillier, Jean and Byrne, Jason

Is extermination to be the legacy of Mary Gilbert's cat?

Organization, 23(3), 2016(May): p.387-406.

833 Sage, Daniel et al

Organizing space and time through relational human-animal

boundary work: exclusion, invitation and disturbance.

Organization, 23(3), 2016(May): p.434-450.

834 Sayers, Janet Grace

A report to an academy: on carnophallogocentrism, pigs

and meat-writing.

Organization, 23(3), 2016(May): p.370-386.


835 Ghosh, Abhik

The role of the state in the development of anthropology

in India: examples from the north-west.

Eastern Anthropologist, 69(1), 2016(Jan-Mar): p.89-122.


836 Dutta, Manas

The army as a tool for social uplift: the experience of

the Paraiyans in the Madras presidency army, 1770-1895.

Social Scientist, 44(3-4), 2016(Mar-Apr): p.57-71.
837 Dwivedi, G.G.

China's military reforms: strategic perspectives.

USI Journal, 146(603), 2016(Jan-Mar): p.46-54.

838 Rajesh, M.H.

Continuing evolution of Chinese armed forces - a review

of recent organisational changes.

USI Journal, 146(603), 2016(Jan-Mar): p.55-66.


839 Bhatnagar, P.S. and Sharma, Supriya

Enhancing transparency, accountability and effectiveness

of supreme audit institutions of India through

communication network.

Indian Journal of Public Administration, 62(1), 2016(Jan-

Mar): p.101-110.

Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) are public sector

organisations independent of government and accountable

to the national and state legislatures responsible for

overseeing the auditing of the government financial

operations. SAIs are playing vital role in good

governance and to enhance their own role and making their

functioning more effective, they are using various new

tools and techniques. Communication capacity with various

stakeholders is one such tool that can enhance their

functioning. SAIs are using various techniques of

communication which are generally divided into internal

and external communication. This article is about how

SAIs in India are proactively setting an example for an

open, accountable and transparent institutions under the

frame of their comprehensive external communication

strategies. – Reproduced.


840 Chan, Kwan Nok and Zhao, Shuang

Punctuated equilibrium and the information disadvantage

of authoritarianism: evidence from the People's Republic

of China.

Policy Studies Journal, 44(2), 2016(May): p.134-155.

841 Vladisavljevic, Nebojsa

Competitive authoritarianism and popular protest:

evidence from Serbia under Milosevic.

International Political Science Review, 37(1), 2016(Jan):



842 Biswas, A.K.

Serial killing of Dalit or tribal students?: Rohit Vemula

isn't the last victim of caste hatred.

Mainstream, 54(6), 2016(30 Jan): p.19-21.

843 Musahar, Yogendra

Literacy and education attainment among scheduled castes

in Bihar.

Man and Development, 38(1), 2016(Mar): p.39-50.

844 Sarkar, Radha and Sarkar, Amar

Dalit politics in India: recognition without


Economic and Political Weekly, 51(20), 2016(14 May):


845 Teltumbde, Anand

Ambedkar's vision of dalit emancipation.

Kurukshetra , 64(2), 2015(Dec): p.14-17.


846 Sarkar, Abhijit

Mudra bank for enhancing microfinance.

Kurukshetra, 63(6), 2015(Apr): p.42-44.


847 Zafar, Salman

Bio-fuels - a new avenue for farmers.

Kurukshetra, 64(7), 2016(May): p.30-33.


848 Virendra Kumar Vijay et al

Biogas: a clean energy alternative.

Kurukshetra, 64(7), 2016(May): p.42-44.


849 Shardul, Martand et al

Biomass energy: scope in India.

Kurukshetra, 64(7), 2016(May): p.34-37.


850 Mcnulty, Stephanie L.

Barriers to participation: exploring gender in Peru's

participatory budget process.

Journal of Development Studies, 51(11), 2015(Nov):



851 Ghandy, Gobad

Union budget 2016-17: growth or retrogression?

Mainstream, 54(15), 2016(2 Apr): p.15-20.

852 Joshipura, Kamlesh P.

Current union budget and its implications for education


University News, 54(14), 2016(4 Apr): p.8-10.


853 Rashid, Ahmed K.

The role of the bureaucracy in policymaking in Bangladesh

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 36(2),

2014(Jun): p.150-161.

The policymaking roles and responsibilities of political

and bureaucratic executives are often difficult to

distinguish. Taking the example of Bangladesh, this

article argues that the role of the bureaucracy in

policymaking is undermined by excessive political

influence, the bureaucracy's lack of effective engagement

with civil society and non-governmental organisations,

and a decline in bureaucratic capacities in terms of

policy support and policy management. Bureaucrats lose

objectivity in policymaking as undue political inference

and partisan interests override neutral expertise. Policy

relevant insights from the community do not feed into

policy processes because of a bureaucratic reluctance to

engage regularly with civil society organisations, think

tanks and the media. A steady decline in the educational

quality and professional standards of public officials

results in poor capacity to deal with policy issues. The

analysis suggests that instead of tussling with political

executives in the exercise of power and authority,

bureaucrats must better utilise their knowledge,

expertise and experience by engaging meaningfully in

policy matters that have a direct impact on citizens.

Bureaucratic ownership of key aspects of policymaking is

a critical factor in expediting socio-economic

development in a country such as Bangladesh. -


854 Saxena, N.C.

An effective bureaucracy.

Seminar, 681, 2016(May): p.72-74.

855 Singh, Ram Ayodhya

Bureaucracy and governance: a review.

Bihar Journal of Public Administration, 11, 2014(Jan-D

ec): p.73-74.


856 Kaptan, Sanjay and Kore, Anand Suryabhan

New trends in business education: implications for

technological change.

University News, 54(19), 2016(9 May): p.19-21.


857 Curini, Luigi and Pinto, Luca

More than post-election cabinets: uncertainty and the

"magnitude of change" during Italian government


International Political Science Review, 37(2), 2016(Mar):



858 Anyaduba, John Obi and Idolor, Eseoghene Joseph

Foreign capital flows, financial openness and stock

market volatility in Nigeria.

Indian Journal of Economics, 96(381), 2015(Oct):


859 Jamal, Nazia and Mujoo, Rachna

Determinants of international capital movements in

emerging Asian economies.

Indian Journal of Economics, 96(380), 2015(Jul):



860 Larkin, Mary and Mitchell, Wendy

Careers, choice and personalisation: what do we know?

Social Policy and Society, 15(2), 2016(Apr): p.189-205.


861 Aizer, Anna et al

The long-run impact of cash transfers to poor families.

American Economic Review, 106(4), 2016(Apr): p.935-971.

862 Lenka, Dibakar

Jam trinity: reaching the poor.

Kurukshetra, 64(8), 2016(Jun): p.36-39.

863 Sapru, Yudhishthira

Determinants of the success of public service delivery

under direct benefit transfer: the case of Chandigarh.

Indian Journal of Public Administration, 62(1), 2016(Jan-

Mar): p.27-40.

Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) is a relatively new concept

in India. The service delivery mechanism under DBT has

received a mixed response. There arises a need to

ascertain as to which factors are important for making

public service delivery DBT successful. A research

consisting of both exploratory and descriptive phases was

undertaken to identify factors differentiating among

satisfactory and unsatisfactory beneficiaries of social

pensions in Chandigarh. Data collected from 125

respondents was analysed using a step-wise Discriminant

Analysis method. The study has highlighted certain

crucial points which the policy makers need to keep in

mind while designing a DBT-based benefit transfer system.

These are long queues at the time of disbursement, ease

of biometric usage, and advance information on pension

disbursement. The findings could be used by other States

and UTs undertaking similar DBT initiatives for creating

an effective public service delivery mechanism. -



864 Andersen, Lars H.

How children's educational outcomes and criminality vary

by duration and frequency of paternal incarceration.

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social

Science, 665, 2016(May): p.149-170.


865 Fazliev, Aivaz M.

Church-state relations in conditions of social and

political transformation of Russia (by the example of


Man in India, 96(3), 2016(Jul-Sep): p.763-770.


866 Collins, Stephanie Baker

The space in the rules: bureaucratic discretion in the

administration of Ontario works.

Social Policy and Society, 15(2), 2016(Apr): p.221-235.

One of the central lessons taken from the work of Michael

Lipsky on street level bureaucracies is that street level

bureaucrats make policy. Two resulting broad public

policy concerns are the impact of street level decision

making on public policy and the impact on citizens'

access to public services. This article reports on a

study of the views of Ontario Works' case managers on the

nature of bureaucratic discretion in the setting of a

highly rule bound provincial income assistance programme

in Canada. The focus of this article is on case managers'

interaction with contradictory and complex policy

directives. An argument is developed that in such a

restrictive policy setting, meeting the goals of

unswerving policy implementation and citizen access to

public services may work at cross purposes. - Reproduced.

867 Lavena, Cecilia Florencia

Whistle-blowing: individual and organizational

determinants of the decision to report wrongdoing in the

federal government.

American Review of Public Administration, 46(1), 2016(J

an): p.113-136.

The act of blowing the whistle on wrongdoing poses an

ethical dilemma to the individual, the organization, and

society. To help identify the key individual and

organizational determinants that encourage or prohibit

whistle-blowing in the U.S. federal government, this

article presents a logistic regression analysis of survey

data collected by the Merit Systems Protection Board,

covering 36,926 federal employees from 24 agencies.

Findings suggest that, although whistle-blowing is a rare

event within most federal agencies, its likelihood is

positively associated with norm-based and affective work

motives, but negatively associated with several key

indicators of organizational culture, including

perceptions of respect and openness, cooperativeness and

flexibility in the work setting, and fair treatment and

trust in supervisors. This indicates intrinsic individual

motives, together with organizational culture and

leadership, should be taken into account when developing

and sustaining policies to promote ethical behavior and

responsible public service in the federal government. -


868 Magbadelo, John Olushola

Reforming Nigeria's federal civil service: problems and


India Quarterly, 72(1), 2016(Mar): p.75-92.

869 Riccucci, Norma M., Ryzin, Gregg G. and Li, Huafang

Representative bureaucracy and the willingness to

coproduce: an experimental study.

Public Administration Review, 76(1), 2016(Jan-Feb):


Relying on the theory of representative bureaucracy-

specifically, the notion of symbolic representation-this

article examines whether varying the number of female

public officials overseeing a local recycling program

influences citizen's (especially women's) willingness to

cooperate with the government by recycling, thus

coproducing important policy outcomes. Using a survey

experiment in which the first names of public officials

are manipulated, the authors find a clear pattern of

increasing willingness on the part of women to coproduce

when female names are more represented in the agency

responsible for recycling, particularly with respect to

the more difficult task of composting food waste.

Overall, men in the experiment were less willing to

coproduce across all measures and less responsive to the

gender balance of names. These findings have important

implications for the theory of representative bureaucracy

and for efforts to promote the coproduction of public

services. - Reproduced.

870 Santhoshkumar R.

Normalisation of marks in competitive examinations,

eligibility tests of the UPSC: present problems and a

solution in the "perfect list rotating method".

Mainstream, 54(26), 2016(18 Jun): p.33-35.

871 Verma, Amit

Indexation policy of the 7th Central Pay Commission

report: a critique.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(20), 2016(14 May):



872 Zothansanga, David

Role of civil society in good governance with special

reference to Mizoram.

Administrative Studies, 1(1), 2015(Nov): p.134-144.


873 Belge, Ceren

Civilian victimization and the politics of information in

the Kurdish conflict in Turkey.

World Politics, 68(2), 2016(Apr): p.275-306.

874 Cunningham, David E.

Preventing civil war: how the potential for international

intervention can deter conflict onset.

World Politics, 68(2), 2016(Apr): p.307-340.


875 Jain, Sharad K.

Climate change and water resources.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jul): p.55-59.

876 Krause, Rachel M., Yi, Hongtao and Feiock, Richard C.

Applying policy termination theory to the abandonment of

protection initiatives by US local governments.

Policy Studies Journal, 44(2), 2016(May): p.176-195.

877 Maurel, Mathilde and Tuccio, Michele

Climate instability, urbanisation and international


Journal of Development Studies, 52(5), 2016(May):


878 Poornima, Sharat

Climate change in India: challenges and solutions.

Mainstream, 53(50), 2015(5 Dec): p.3-5.


879 Rodgers, Diane M., Petersen, Jessica and Sanderson, Jill

Commemorating alternative organizations and marginalized

spaces: the case of forgotten Finntowns.

Organization, 23(1), 2016(Jan): p.90-113.


880 Sharma, L.K.

How not to counter communalism.

Mainstream, 53(50), 2015(5 Dec): p.11-12.


881 Rodzalan, Shazaitul Azreen, Arif, Lily Suriani Mohd and

Saat, Maisarah Mohamed

An investigation of students' communication skill

development: pre and post industrial training.

Man in India, 96(1-2), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.513-524.


882 Srivastava, Arun

Resurgence of the communist revolutionary force in Bihar.

Mainstream, 53(51), 2015(12 Dec): p.9-12.


883 Mishra, Meera

Community institutions and empowerment success saga of


Kurukshetra, 64(3), 2016(Jan): p.23-27.


884 Nasir, Nurul Farhanah Mohd and Diah, Nurazzura Mohamad

Trends and challenges of community service participation

among postgraduate students in Iium: a case study.

Man in India, 96(1-2), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.469-475.


885 Dorairaj, A. Joseph

Five myths and facts about community colleges.

University News, 54(15), 2016(11 Apr): p.3-5,18.


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