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Hossain, S. Egenbrod, F. & Amoako, F. (2016), 'Unravelling the interrelationships between ecosystem services & human well-being in the Bangladesh delta', International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, DOI: 10.1080/13504509.2016.1182087


Haque, A. and S. Jahan (2015), 'Rice Yield, Submergence and Climate Change: Evidence from Coastal Barisal, Bangladesh', Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development, Vol. XXV, Issue No.2, December 2015.

Irfan, Md. (2015), ' Disamenity impact of Nala Lai (open sewer) on house rent in Rawalpindi City', Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, pp 1-21, December. 

Ahmed, T., B. Ahmad and W. Ahmad (2015), ‘Why do farmers burn rice residue? Examining farmers' choices in Punjab, Pakistan', Land Use Policy, Vol. 47 PP 448-458.  

Iqbal, Kazi and Paritosh K. Roy, (2015), 'Climate Change, Agriculture and Migration: Evidence from Bangladesh', Climate Change Economics, Vol. 06. 

Haider, M.Z. (2015),'Cost-Benefit Analysis of Shrimp Cultivation in the South-west Region of Bangladesh', International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 14(4), 315-331.

Rathnayake, M. W. R. (2015), ‘Turtle watching': A Strategy for endangered marine turtle conservation through community participation in Sri Lanka', Ocean and Coastal Management 119 (2016), 199 - 207 

Pant, K. P. (2015),'Uniform-Price Reverse Auction for Estimating the Costs of Reducing Open-Field Burning of Rice Residue in Nepal', Environmental and Resource Economics 62 (3): 567-581 

Sarkhel, P. (2015),'Flood risk, land use and private participation in embankment maintenance in Indian Sundarbans', Ecological Economics, Volume 118, 272-284.

Goswami, K. (2015), 'To grow or not to grow? Factors influencing the adoption of and continuation with jatropha in North East India', Renewable Energy, Volume 81, 627-638.

Edirisinghe, J. C. (2015), 'Smallholder farmers' household wealth and livelihood choices in developing countries: A Sri Lankan case study', Economic  and Policy, Volume 45, 33-38.

Ahmed,T. and Ahmad, B. (2014), 'Burning of crop residue and its potential for electricity generation, ' Pakistan Development Review, 53 (3), 275-292.

Chakraborty, M., Haider, M.Z. and Rahman, M.M. (2015), ‘Farmers Preference and Perception towards Cropland Agroforestry in Bangladesh', Journal of Forest and Environmental Science, 31(4): 241-254.

Mangan, Tehmina and Heman D. Lohano (2015), Impact of Nature-based Tourism on Earnings of Local People: Evidence from Keenjhar Lake in Pakistan. The Pakistan Development Review, 54(4): 963-976.

Joyashree, R. (2015), 'Train more energy economists', in Research management: Priorities for Science in India, Nature, Volume 521 (7551)

Viswanathan, B. and Kumar, K. (2015), ' Weather, agriculture and rural migration: Evidence from state and district level migration in India', Environment and Development Economics, Volume 20,Special Issue 04, pp 469-492

Patnaik, S. and Swain, M. (2015), 'Crop insurance for adaptation to agricultural risk in drought-prone Kalahandi District in Odisha', Artha Vikas: Journal of Economic Development, 51(1), 34-52.

Swain, M. (2015), 'Crop insurance as a risk management strategy in rainfed agriculture in Odisha', In J. D. Prasad, B. Gangaiah & K. S. Chandra (Eds.), Agricultural Risk Management, (pp. 184-201). Hyderabad: BSP BS Publications and Centre for Good Governance.


Ghosh S. (2014), ' Resilience of Nature: Damage and Recovery of Sundarban Agriculture after Cyclone Aila', in Artha Beekshan, Vol 23, No.2, (Journal brought out by Bengal Economic Association)

Swain, M. and Patnaik, S. (2014). Performance of crop insurance schemes in India (Ravenshaw Working Paper). Ravenshaw University: Odisha, India.

Swain, M. and Patnaik, S. (2014). Performance of National Agricultural Insurance Scheme in Odisha: A spatio-temporal analysis, Utkal Economic Papers, 17, 101-127.

Bakhsh, K., Maqsood, A., Hassan, S. & Kamran, M. A. (2014), 'The economic role of livestock assets in cotton productivity in Punjab, Pakistan', Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 51(4), 1091-1094.

Ahmed, T. and Ahmad, B. (2014), 'Burning of crop residue and its potential for electricity generation', Pakistan Development Review, 53(3), 275-292.

Griggs, D., Stafford-Smith, M., Rockström, J., Öhman, M. C., Gaffney, O., Glaser, G., Kanie, N., Noble, I., Steffen, W. & Shyamsundar, P. (2014), 'An integrated framework for sustainable development goals', Ecology and Society, Vol. 19 (4).

Mukhopadhyay, P., Nepal, M. & Shyamsundar, P. (2014), 'Building sustainability skills: A role for regional research networks', Ecology and Society, Vol. 19 (4)

Wickramasinghe, K. (2014), 'Determinants of receipts of environmental awards and certifications by hotels in Sri Lanka: Experience from the Western Province,' Journal of Environment Professionals Sri Lanka, Vol. 3(2), 41-47.

Rai, R.K. and Scarborough, H. (2014) Understanding the effects of invasive plants on rural forest dependent communities. Small Scale Forestry. doi: 10.1007/s11842-014-9273-7

Rai, R.K. and Scarborough, H. (2014) Nonmarket valuation in developing countries: Incorporating labour contributions in environmental benefits estimates. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. doi: 10.1111/1467- 8489.12071

Murty, M.N. (2014) Measuring well-being and accounting prices of environmental resources. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLIX, No. 35.

Pant, K.P. (2014) Uniform-price reverse auction for estimating the costs of reducing open-field burning of rice residue in Nepal. Environmental and Resource Economics, (forthcoming).

Patra, S. (2014) Cross-border trading of Kendu Leaf in Odisha. Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 4, No. 2.

Patra, S. (2014) Procurement and cost analyses of Kendu Leaf trade in Odisha. Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics & Management, Vol. 4, No. 1.


Rai, R. and H. Scarborough (2013), ‘Economic value of mitigation of plant invaders in a subsistence economy: incorporating labour as a mode of payment', Environment and Development Economics 18(2): 225-244

Bhat, M. G, R. Bhatta and M. Shumais (2013), ‘Sustainable funding policies for environmental protection: the case of Maldivian atolls', Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (published online).

Shyamsundar, P. (2013), ‘Accounting for natural wealth - Practical challenges ahead.' Commentary, Environmental Development, 7: 181-183

Mukherjee, V., A. Das, A. Akhand and G. Gupta (2013), ‘Toxicity and profitability of rice cultivation under wastewater irrigation: The case of the East Calcutta wetlands.' Ecological Economics, Vol. 93: 292-300

Matta, JR, R. Ghate and H. Nagendra (2013), ‘The sustainability of traditional community forest management systems: Lessons from India.' Unasylva, 64(1): 50-56

Haider, MZ. (2013), ‘Determinants of rice residue burning in the field.' Journal of Environmental Management,128: 15-21

Haider, MZ. (2013), ‘Benefit of rice residue burning in the field.' International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology, 6(1): 145-55

Griggs, D., M. Stafford-Smith, O. Gaffney, J. Rockström, MC. Öhman, P. Shyamsundar, W. Steffen, G. Glaser, N. Kanie and I. Noble (2013), ‘Policy: Sustainable development goals for people and planet.' Comment, Nature, 495: 305-307

Goswami, K. and HK. Choudhury (2013), ‘Determinants of expansion of area under jatropha plantation in North East India: A Tobit analysis.' Forest Policy and Economics, 30: 46-52

Ghate, R, S. Ghate and E. Ostrom (2013), ‘Cultural norms, cooperation, and communication: Taking experiments to the field in indigenous communities,' International Journal of the Commons, 7(2): 498-520

Ghate, R., S. Ghate and E. Ostrom (2013), ‘Can Communities Plan, Grow and Sustainably Harvest from Forests?' Economic and Political Weekly, 48(8): 59-67

Nagendra, H., R. Ghate and J. Rao (2013) ‘Governing the Commons'. Seminar, 641: 88-93


Bakhsh, K., Hassan, I., Khursheed, W. & Hassan, S. (2012), 'Econometric analysis of adoption of water conservation practices: A case of cotton crop', Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 50, 445-455.

Das, S. (2012), ‘The role of natural ecosystems and socio-economic factors in the vulnerability of coastal villages to cyclone and storm surge.' Natural Hazards, 64 (1): 531-546

Nepal, A. and M. Nepal (2012), ‘Is child labor a substitute for adult labor? The relationship between child labor and adult illness in Nepal.' International Labour Review, 151 (1-2): 109-121

Ghate, R., H. Nagendra and D. Mehra (2012), ‘Is JFM Really Helping Communities and Forests? Need to Focus on Institution Building?' In J. Bandhopadyay, K. Chopra, N. Ghosh (eds) Environmental Governance: Approaches, Imperatives and Methods, INSEE and Bloomsbury, New Delhi

Gundimeda, H. and P. Shyamsundar (2012), ‘Forest, Sustainability and Poverty in India', Environment and Development Economics, 17 (3): 1373 - 378

Akram, N. (2012), ‘Is climate change hindering economic growth of Asian economies?' Asia-Pacific Economic Development Journal 19 (2): 1-18

Rai, R. and H. Scarborough (2012) ‘Estimating the public benefits of mitigating damages caused by invasive plant species in a subsistence economy', (published online) , Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society

Mukhopadhyay, P. (2012), Marine Valuation Report for TEEB India Scoping Report, MoEF

Mukhopadhyay, P. and P. Shyamsundar (2012), ‘Economic Growth and Ecological Sustainability in India', in C. Ghate (ed), The [Oxford] Handbook of the Indian Economy, Oxford University Press.


Bandyopadhyay, S. and P. Shyamsundar (2011), ‘Examining the effectiveness of irrigation management reforms in the Philippines', in Gamini Herath (ed), Institutional change in water management - Evaluating the experience. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Das, S. (2011), ‘Examining the storm protection services of mangroves of Orissa during the 1999 cyclone', Economic and Political Weekly, vol xlvi no 24.

Kumar, S. D. (2011), ‘An Inquiry into Collective action and Sustainable participatory Watershed management: Evidence from Southern India', Water International, 36 (3): 370-385.

Bandyopadhyay, S., P. Shyamsundar and A. Baccini (2011), "Forests, biomass and poverty in Malawi', Ecological Economics', 70(12):2461-247

Ferraro, P.J., K. Lawer, K.L. Mullan and S.K. Pattanayak (2011), ‘Forest Figures: Ecosystem Services Valuation and Policy Evaluation in Developing Countries', Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 6(1)

Malla, M. B., N. Bruce, E. Bates &E. Rehfuess (2011),‘Applying global cost benefit analysis methods to indoor air pollution mitigation interventions in Nepal, Kenya and Sudan: Insights and challenges, Energy Policy', Energy Policy 29 (12)

Mukhopadhyay, P. and G. Kadekodi (2011), ‘Missing the Woods for the Ore: Goa's Development myopia,' Economic and Political Weekly, vol. xlvi (46)

Nepal, M., A. Nepal and K. Grimsrud (2011), ‘Unbelievable but improved cook stoves are not helpful in reducing firewood demand in Nepal', Environment and Development Economics, 16(1): 1-23

Nepal, M., A.K. Bohara, and K. Gawande (2011), ‘More inequality, more killings: The Maoist insurgency in Nepal', American Journal of Political Science, published online, July 7, 2011.


Shah, A. (2010), ‘Land degradation and migration in a dry land region in India: extent nature and determinants', Environment and Development Economics, 15 (2): pp 173-196

Kavi Kumar, K.S., P. Shyamsundar and A. A. Nambi (2010), ‘Economics of climate change adaptation in India', Economic and Political Weekly, XLV No. 18

Devi, I. (2010), "Pesticides in Agriculture - A Boon or Curse", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLV N. 26-27.

Nepal, M., A. Nepal and K. Grimsrud (2010) , ‘Unbelievable but true improved cook stoves are not helpful in reducing fi rewood demand in Nepal', Environment and Development Economics 16: 1-23

Ternström, A., P. Mukhopadhyay and R. Ghate (2010), 'Sustainability, autonomy, and benefits from forest commons', Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107:E52.

Banerji, A., G. Khanna, and J. V. Meenakshi, (2010), ‘Social Contracts, Markets and Efficiency -- Groundwater Irrigation in North India', Working papers 183, Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics.

Das, S. (2010), ‘Valuing the storm protection services of mangroves: methodological and data challenge' in P. Kumar and Michael D. Wood (ed), Valuation of Regulating Services of Ecosystems: Methodology and Applications, Routledge, Taylor and Francis group, London and New York

Pokharel, R. (2010), ‘Generating income from Nepal's community forestry: Does timber matter?', Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 9 (1): 16 - 20.

Rafiq, M. (2010), ‘The Value of Reduced Risk of Injury and Deaths in Pakistan using actual and perceived risk estimates', Pakistan Development Review (PDR) Paper & Proceeding, 49(4)


Somanathan, E., J. Jalan and S. Chaudhuri (2009), 'Awareness and the Demand for Environmental Quality: Survey Evidence on Drinking Water in Urban India', Environment and Development Economics, 14(6): 665-692, December 2009.

Das, S. and J. R. Vincent (2009),' Mangroves protected villages and reduced death toll during Indian super cyclone', Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 106:7357-7360.

Devi, P. I. (2009), ‘Pesticide Application and Occupational Health Risks among Farm Workers in Kerala-An Analysis using Dose Response Function', Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 64(4):557-572.

Devi, P. I. (2009), ‘Health risk Perceptions, Awareness and Handling Behaviour of Pesticides by Farm Workers', Agricultural Economics Research Journal, 22(9):263-268.

Gunawardena, A. and K. Wickramasinghe (2009), ‘ Social and Economic Impacts of Resettlement on Tsunami Affected Coastal Fishery Households in Sri Lanka', in Fernando P., Fernando K. and M. Kumarasir (ed). Forced to move - -Involuntary Displacement and Resettlement: Policy and Practice, 8th Annual Symposium, Centre for Poverty Analysis (CEPA), Sri Lanka.

Pokhrel, R. (2009) ,‘Pro-poor programs financed through Nepal's Community forestry funds: Does income matter?,' Mountain Research and Development, 29 (1).

Udagama, M., U. Jyasinge-Mudalige and GHI. Anjali (2009), ‘Managers' Environmental Altruism and Firms' Compliance to National Environmental Management Strategies: Evidence from the Food Processing Sector in Sri Lanka.', Journal of Food and Agriculture, 2(2)

Yusuf, M. (2009), ‘Legal and Institutional Dynamics of Forest management in Pakistan', International Journal of Sustainable Development, Law and Policy, McGill University


Atreya, K. (2008), ' Health costs from short-term exposure to pesticides in Nepal', Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 67, 511-519

Atreya, K. (2008), 'Probabilistic assessment of acute health symptoms related to pesticide use under intensified Nepalese agriculture', International Journal of Environmental Health Research, Vol. 18 No. 3, pp. 187-208

Alam, Mohammad Jahangir (2007), 'Water quality tests and behavioral factors of child diarrhea in Dhaka Slums', BRAC University Journal, Vol. IV, No.1

Das, Saudamini (2008), 'Mangroves Provide Protection during Cyclone: Evidences from the Super Cyclone of October 1999 in India", FEEM (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei) Working Paper / Doctoral Series, Corso Magenta, 63, Milano, Italy.

Ghate, Rucha, and Mehra, Deepshikha (2008), 'Integrating informal with formal forest management institutions for sustainable collective action in India', in Webb, E. and Shivakoti, G. (eds.) Decentralization, Forests and Rural Communities, Sage Publications: New Delhi.

Gupta, Usha (2008), 'Valuation of Urban Air Pollution: A Case Study of Kanpur City in India', Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 315-326.

Mukhopadhyay, Lekha (2008). 'Successful voluntary participation in common property resource', in Kumar, Pushpam and Reddy, B. Sudhakara (eds.) Ecology and Human Well-Being, Sage Publications: London

Roy, Joyashree ( 2008), 'Economic benefits of arsenic removal from ground water -A case study from West Bengal, India', Science of the Total Environment-2008: 397 (1), pp.1-12

E. Somanathan, and J. Jalan (2008), 'The Importance of Being Informed: Experimental Evidence on Demand for Environmental Quality', Journal of Development Economics, 87(1): 14-28, August 2008.


Kathuria, V (2007), ‘Informal Regulation of Pollution in a developing country - Evidence from India', Ecological Economics, Vol. 63 (2-3), pp. 403-17

Kishor Atreya (2007), 'Pesticide use knowledge and practices: a gender differences in Nepal', in Environmental Research, Vol. 104, Pg. 305 - 311, Elsevier Science Publication

Khan, H. (2007) Poverty, environment and economic growth: exploring the links among three complex issues with specific focus on the Pakistan's case. Environment, Development and Sustainability. DOI 10.1007/s10668-007-9092-5

Atreya, K (2007), ‘Farmers' willingness to pay for community integrated pest management training in Nepal,' Agriculture and Human Values 24:399-409

Das, S (2007), ‘Storm protection Value of Mangroves from the valuation of Expected damages to Properties and Lives due to cyclones in Coastal Orissa', in Kumar, P. and Reddy, S (Eds) "Ecology and Human Well-Being", Sage Publication, New Delhi.

Kishor Atreya (2007), ' Probabilistic Assessment of Acute Health Symptoms Related to Pesticide Use under Intensified Nepalese Agriculture', International Journal of Environmental Health Research

S. Madheswaran (2007) Measuring the Value of Statistical Life: Estimating Compensating Wage Differentials among Workers in India", Social Indicators Research.

Devarajan, S. Ferro, M.V., Shah, S. and P. Shyamsundar (2007). Accelerating Poverty Reduction in South Asia by Scaling Economics Education and Policy Research in F. Bourguignon, Y. Elkana and B. Pleskovic (Eds), Capacity Building in Economics Education and Research, the World Bank, Washington D.C.

Lekha Mukhopadhyay (2007),'Successful Voluntary Participation in Common Property Resource in Kumar, Pushpam and Reddy, B. Sudhakara (eds) Ecology and Human Well-Being Sage, London for INSEE

Mohammad Jahangir Alam (2007), 'Water quality tests and behavioral factors of child diarrhea in Dhaka Slums', BRAC University Journal, Vol. IV, No.1, pg. 103-109.

Ram Chandra Bhattarai (2007), "Transaction Cost in Farmer Managed Irrigation System in Nepal: A Case of Some Selected FMIS in Kathmandu Valley" in Prachanda Pradhan et al. (eds.) 'Irrigation in Transition: Interacting with Intenal and External Factors and Selecting the Strategic Actions' Proceedings of the Fourth International Seminar Held on 6-7 November 2006, Kathmandu Nepal, Farmer Managed Irrigation Systems Promotion Trust, Kathmandu Nepal (pp 276-292).

Das, S. (2007), ‘Storm protection Value of Mangroves from the valuation of Expected damages to Properties and Lives due to cyclones in Coastal Orissa' in "Ecology and Human Well-being" P. Kumar and S. Reddy (Eds), Sage Publication, Delhi, India


Adhikari, B. and J. C. Lovett (2006), 'Transaction costs and community-based natural resource management in Nepal', Journal of Environmental Management 78(1): 5-15.

Khan, H. (2006), ‘Willingness to pay Margalla Hills National Park: Evidence from Travel Cost Method', Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol. 11(2):43-70.

Ghate R. and H. Nagendra (2006), ‘Role of Monitoring in Institutional Performance: Forest Management in Maharashtra, India', Conservation and Society Vol. 3(2), July-December: 509-532.

Kathuria, V. (2006), 'Controlling Water Pollution in Developing and Transition Countries: Lessons from three successful cases', Journal of Environmental Management 78(4): 405-26.

Mukhopadhyay, L (2006), ‘Potential of successful voluntary participation in effort regulation programme in common property resource field nested in private property regime with inequality' P. Kumar and S. Reddy (Eds) Ecology and Human Well Being, Sage Publication, Delhi

Mukhopadhyay, P. (2006), ‘Goa: Been there, done that, now what?' in R. Parathasarathy and Sudarshan Iyengar (eds.) New Development Paradigms and Challenges for Western and Central India, New Delhi: Concept Publishers, Pg. 110-119.

Kathuria, V. and S. Mukherjee (2006), ‘Is economic growth sustainable? Environmental Quality of Indian States after 1991' International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 9(1): 38- 60.

Khan, H. (2006), ‘Poverty, Environment and Economic Growth', in ‘Troubled Times: Sustainable Development and Governance in the Age of Extremes' published by SDPI and Sama Editorial and Publication Services, Karachi, pg. no, 187-203, ISBN # 969-8784-40-3.

Shah, A. (2006), ‘Exploring Sustainable Production Systems for Agriculture: Implications for Employment and Investment under North-South Trade Scenario', Ecological Economics, Vol.59: 237-241.

Shah, A., K., J. Joy et al (2006), ‘Issues in Restructuring (Symposium on Watershed Development)', Economic and Political Weekly, pg. 2994-2996.


Adhikari, B. (2005), ‘Poverty, property rights and collective action: understanding the distributive aspects of common property resource management', Environmental and Development Economics, 10 (1):7-31.

Mukhopadhyay, P. (2005), ‘Now that Your Land is My Land...Does it Matter? A Case Study in Western India', Environment and Development Economics 10(1): 87-96.

Shah, A. and D. C. Sah (2005), ‘Migration in Remote Tribal Areas: Evidence from South Western Madhya Pradesh', Indian Journal of Agriculture Economics, Vol. 60 (2): 184-204.

Atreya, K. (2005), ‘Health costs of pesticide use in a vegetable growing area, central mid-hills, Nepal', Himalayan Journal of Sciences 3(5): 83-86.

Purushottaman, S. (2005), 'Land-Use Strategies for Tribals: A Socio-Economic Analysis', Economic and Political Weekly, 31st Dec: 5611- 5619.

Mukhopadhyay, K. (2005), ‘Sustainable Industrial Development in Urban areas of West Bengal: A case study of Durgapur', International Journal of Sustainable Development 2(1): 123-139.


Atreya, K. (2004), ‘A Pilot Study on Pesticide Use, Acute Symptoms and Willingness to Pay for Safer Pesticides in a Commercial Area, Nepal', GDNet Document Store.

Ghate R. & D. Mehra (2004), ‘The Land on which the Forest Stands is not ours, so what? Forest Products are ours! A Study of Three Collective Action Based Forest Regimes Operating Without Land Tenure', Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 14 (2, 3, 4).

Kathuria. V. (2004), ‘Informal Regulation of Pollution in a Developing Country: A study of India', Working Paper No. 2, Madras School of Economics. Chennai.

Kathuria. V. (2004), ‘Controlling pollution from SSIs', Economic and Political Weekly XXXIX (26), June 25-July 2004.

K.C., A, (2004), ‘Extraction of NTFPs from the Community Forest: Analysis of Benefit Distribution Pattern in the Household level', Journal of Forest and Livelihood 4 (1), Forest Action, Nepal.


Shah A. (2002) 'Uneven Development and Migration: Insights from Micro Initiatives', in Ghanshyam Shah, Mario Rutten and Hein Steefkerk (eds.), Development and Deprivation in Gujarat (in Honour of Jan Breman), Sage Publications, New Delhi.

B. Adhikari, S. Di Falco and J.C. Lovett, 2004, 'Household characteristics and forest dependency: Evidence from common property forest management in Nepal', Ecological Economics, Vol 48 (2): 245-257.

Kathuria, V. (2004), 'Informal Regulation of Pollution in a Developing Country: A study of India', Madras School of Economics, Working Paper No. 2.

Kathuria, V. (2003), 'Failure of Collective Action as an Institution: Lessons from Kundli, Haryana', Institute of Economic Growth, Working Paper, E/230/2003, February, Delhi


Shah, A. (2001), 'Water Scarcity Induced Migration: Can Watershed Projects Help?', Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVI, No. 35, September, 2001.

Kathuria, V. and G.S. Haripriya (2002), 'Industrial Pollution Control - Need for Flexibility', India Development Report 2002, eds. K. Parikh and R. Radhakrishna, Oxford University Press, Delhi, pp. 140-56.





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