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Publications

Over the past 27 years, 1997-2024, UPIASI has carried out over two dozen multi-year research projects, held 22 conferences, and published a total of 12 books, with 3 more in the pipeline due in 2024, 2 special issues of refereed journals, and over 261 papers written by 164 scholars from 112 institutions – including Penn, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Chicago, Berkeley, Michigan, Wisconsin, NYU, Johns Hopkins – in the United States, and JNU, Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, CSDS, Ashoka University, O. P. Jindal Global University, IGIDR, Mumbai, in India, and many others - in India, and in 19 other countries including  UK, France, Canada, Netherlands, Israel, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Afghanistan, China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia.

 

BOOKS

Balveer Arora and Beryl Radin, eds., The Changing Face of the All India Services, New Delhi: Centre for Policy Research, CASI and UPIASI, 2000.

Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Zoya Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2002 (hardback) 2004 (paperback), and London: Anthem Press, 2005.

Peter Ronald de Souza and E. Sridharan, eds., India’s Political Parties, New Delhi: Sage, 2006.

K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.

E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

E. Sridharan, ed., Eastward Ho? India’s Relations with the Indo-Pacific. New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2021.

E. Sridharan, Elections, Parties and Coalitions in India: Recent History and Theory, Permanent Black, 2024 (a selection of ten published papers, seven in academic journals, three in edited volumes on this subject).

Books Accepted and Forthcoming

Sumit Ganguly and E. Sridharan, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Indian Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2024 (a 36 chapter book).

Two volumes, both forthcoming in 2024:

-R. Sudarshan, E. Sridharan and Sarbani Sen, eds., Constitutions under Stress: Cases from South and Southeast Asia, (Vol. I), and

-Constitutionalism in South and Southeast Asia: Founding Moments, Politics and Amendments (Vol. II), Delhi: Social Science Press

 

Refereed Journals (Special Issues)

Science, Technology and Society, Vol. 7, No. 1, (January-June 2002), Special Issue on The Context of Innovation in India: The Case of the IT Industry, guest-edited and with an introductory article by E. Sridharan.

India Review, 4(2), April 2005, Special Issue on South Asia and Theories of Nuclear  Deterrence, guest-edited and with an introductory article and a paper by E. Sridharan.

 

Refereed Journal edited out of UPIASI

India Review, published by Taylor & Francis under their Routledge imprint in USA/UK, edited by Eswaran Sridharan, Academic Director, UPIASI, from UPIASI’s office in Delhi.

 

Conference Papers Commissioned and Other Papers produced by UPIASI

(some of which are included as chapters in the books published as listed below, or if not specified then forthcoming in edited volumes under preparation or as journal articles; author affiliations as at the time of writing the final paper)

(Papers accepted or under preparation for publication at the end).


2024

Research Papers funded by the Motwane CSR grant, 2023-24

Rajesh Basrur, Independent Scholar, Mumbai, “The Challenges of Nuclear Modernization”

Ajay K. Mehra, former Principal, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Delhi University, and Atal Senior Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library,
“Police Reform in India”

Vibodh Parthasarathi, Jamia Millia Islamia University, “The Media as we knew it: dislocations in the digital media economy”

Aswani Kumar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and Khushboo Srivastava, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, “Boundary Lines and Ballots:

Exploring Delimitation, Electoral Dynamics and Reservation in India

Rohit Chandra, IIT Delhi, “India’s Experiments with Marketcraft: A View from the Energy and Infrastructure Sectors”

Under Preparation for Publication

E. Sridharan, “Party Finance in India”, chapter for volume on parties edited by Suhas Palshikar, Sanjay Kumar, Sandeep Shastri and K. K. Kailash.


2023

Eswaran Sridharan, “The State of the Two Major Parties: BJP and Congress”, Democracy and Autocracy Newsletter, Vol. 21(2), November 2023, pp. 24-27, American Political Science Association.

Articles Accepted for Publication

E. Sridharan, “The Indian Electoral System in Historical and Comparative Perspective”, Journal of Electoral Management, inaugural issue of new journal launched by Election Commission of India’s India International Institute of Democracy and Electoral Management.

Eswaran Sridharan, “Electoral Trends and the State of the Party System” in Larry Diamond, Sumit Ganguly and Dinsha Mistree, eds., University of Michigan Press volume on India’s democracy.

Eswaran Sridharan, “The State of the Two Major Parties”, in Larry Diamond, Sumit Ganguly and Dinsha Mistree, eds., University of Michigan Press volume on India’s democracy.

E. Sridharan, “National versus State-level Issues as Determinants of National Electoral Outcomes”, in Robert Jenkins and Louise Tillin, eds., James Manor festschrift volume, New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan.

E. Sridharan, “Coalition Politics in India”, chapter for Oxford Handbook of Indian Politics, edited by Sumit Ganguly and E. Sridharan, Oxford University Press, expected 2023.

Eswaran Sridharan, “The Challenges to Democracy in India: The Role of Political Parties”, Oxford University Press, based on a Konrad Adenauer Foundation conference volume edited by Wilhelm Hofmeister and Thomas Poguntke based on an October 2021 conference in Madrid, Spain.

E. Sridharan, “Thinking about the Constitution in the Hindutva Political Tradition”, for volume to be edited by R. Sudarshan, E. Sridharan and Sarbani Sen.

E. Sridharan (with Milan Vaishnav), “Elections and the Indian Constitution”, chapter for Cambridge Companion to the Indian Constitution, edited by Gautam Bhatia, Aparna Chandra and Niraja Gopal Jayal.

 

Papers to be published in Oxford Handbook of Indian Politics eds. Sumit Ganguly and E. Sridharan

Rights and Citizenship, Niraja Jayal, King's College London; London School of Economics

Lok Sabha, M. R. Madhavan, PRS Legislative Research, New Delhi

The Rajya Sabha: A ‘Federal Chamber’ Or A Mere Upper House in the Indian Parliament?, Sandeep Shastri, Jagran Lakecity University

The Indian Cabinet, Ajay K. Mehra, formerly at the University of Delhi

The Supreme Court, Ronojoy Sen, National University of Singapore

The Changing Nature of Federalism in India, Rekha Saxena, University of Delhi

Political Leadership in India, Ashutosh Kumar, Panjab University

Politics in the Third Tier: Municipalities and Panchayats, George Mathew, Institute of Social Science, New Delhi

The Election Commission of India and Its Evolution, BanasmitaBora, India International Institute of Democracy; Election Commission of India

Elections in India: A Journey over the Last Seven Decades, Sanjay Kumar, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi

BJP’s Ideology, Structures, Sociology and Strategies, Christophe Jaffrelot, CERI-Sciences Po/CNRS; King’s College, London

Congress Party in Decline, Zoya Hasan, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Council for Social Development, New Delhi

Regional Parties, Adam Ziegfeld, Temple University

Political Parties: Centralised Electoral Machines, K. K. Kailash, University of Hyderabad, Telangana

The Party System, Rekha Diwakar, University of Sussex

Coalition Politics in India,E. Sridharan

Caste and Politics: Limits of Democratization, Suhas Palshikar, Savitribai Phule Pune University

Women in Indian Politics, Carole Spary, University of Nottingham

The Politics of Interstate Migration in India, Ashwani Kumar (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai) and Shashwat Dhar (Vanderbilt University)

Political Finance in India, Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C.

State-Business Relations in India, KantaMurali, University of Toronto

Indian Secularism at Cross Roads: An Interpretation, Rajeev Bhargava, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi

Communalism, Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University

Muslim Representation, Adnan Farooqui, Jamia Millia Islamia

The Politics of Public Service Delivery in India, Diego Maiorano, University of Naples" L'Orientales

The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy in India, Surupa Gupta, University of Mary Washington

From Dirigisme to the New Regulatory State, The Evolution of India’s Economic Regulation, John Echeverri-Gent, University of Virginia

The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy in India, Surupa

Insurgencies and Political Violence in India, Paul Staniland, University of Chicago

Coercive Instruments of the State, Arvind Verma, Indiana University, Bloomington

Foreign Policy in the Wider World, Šumit Ganguly, Indiana University, Bloomington

Indian Defence Policy, Arzan Tarapore, Stanford University

Drivers of India’s South Asia Policy, Happymon Jacob, Jawaharlal Nehru University

India’s Civil-Military Relations, Anit Mukherjee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The New Normal: India’s Quest for the “Credible” in Nuclear Deterrence, Gaurav Kampani, University of Tulsa

Papers to be published in two-volume book on Comparative Constitutionalism, by Social Science Press

Michael C. Davis, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Liberal Constitutionalism and its Challenges in Asia: With Special Attention to the Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar.

Jimly Asshiddiqie, Former Chief Justice, Constitutional Court of Indonesia, “Democracy and Constitutionalism in Asia: The Case in Indonesia Today”

Eisa Khan Ayoob Ayoobi, O. P. Jindal Global University, “Afghan Patron-Client Constitutionalism: Lessons Learned and Way Forward”

Mariya Didi, Minister of Defence, Maldives, “The Erosion of Rule of Law in the Maldives”

Manzoor Hasan and Shahariar Sadat, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, “Caretaker Government in Bangladesh: Misconception, Mistrust and Unsustainable Innovation - Lessons for South Asia”

Jayampathy Wickramaratne, Member of Parliament, Sri Lanka, “Sri Lanka: Meeting Majoritarian Challenges to Constitutional Reform”

Sakuntala Kadirgamar, Law and Society Trust, “Constitution-building in Sri Lanka: The Task of Sisyphus”

Nehginpao Kipgen, O. P. Jindal Global University, “Challenges and Problems of Constitution Making in Ethnically Diverse Myanmar”

Nima Dorji, Jigme Singhye Wangchuk School of Law, Bhutan, “Constitutionalisation of Democracy for Happiness in Bhutan”

Sarbani Sen, O. P. Jindal Global University, “The Importance of Founding Moments”

R. Sudarshan, O. P. Jindal Global University, “Jurisprudential basis of the ‘basic structure doctrine’ of India’s Supreme Court and its pragmatic possibilities in South Asia”

Osama Siddique, Lahore University of Management Sciences, and Harvard University “Custodians of Piety: Judicialization of Political Eligibility in Pakistan”

Surya Dhungel, Kathmandu University, “Transitioning From a Unitary to Federal Constitutionalism: Nepal's Experience” 

E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Thinking about India’s Constitution in the Hindutva political tradition”

Vikram Raghavan, Independent Scholar, and Parika Kamra, NALSAR, Hyderabad, “FDR, Frankfurter, and the Export of American Constitutional Ideas to India”

Alexander Fischer, O. P. Jindal Global University, “Constitution-Making as a Process that Never Stops: Amendments, Revision and Replacement Moments”

Kevin Evans, Australia-Indonesia Institute,  “Indonesian Constitutionalism: Struggles for the soul of the nation”

 

2022

Research Papers funded by the Govil and Motwane CSR Grants, during 2021-23

1) N. Ravichandran, Professor, Jamia Hamdard University, Delhi

“Post COVID-19: Modernizing India’s Healthcare Infrastructure”

2) Aasim Khan, Assistant Professor, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi

“Beyond Access: A Study of Digital Governance and the Promise of Democratic Accountability in Post-Pandemic India”

3) Roshan Kishore, Data and Political Economy Editor, Hindustan Times

“India, Post-COVID 19: Reviving Growth, 2021-25”

4) Kanimozhi Udhayakumar, Aishani Rai and Sarayu Natarajan, Aapti Institute, Bengaluru

“The Future(s) of Work: Unpacking the Relationship between Work from Home and Gender”

5) Divya Venkatavaraghavan, Principal, www.lightrock.com , Bengaluru

“The Future of Online Learning”

 

Research Papers funded by the Motwane CSR Grant, 2nd instalment, during 2021-22

1) Rajeswari Sengupta, Associate Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai

“Some Problems with India’s GDP Data and the Way Forward”

2) Ashwini Deshpande, Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for Economic Data and Analysis, Ashoka University

“Report Card on the Health of the Nation”

3) Navroz K. Dubash, Professor, Centre for Policy Research, Delhi

“Climate Faultlines: India’s Lessons from the Glasgow Climate Negotiations”

4) Adnan Farooqui and Sucharita Sengupta, Assistant Professors, Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia University

“Sub-national Responses to the Covid 19 Pandemic: A Study of the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi Government”

 

UPIASI’s “Post-Covid 19 India” series of research papers (launched in 2021-22)

  • Harsh V. Pant, “India and the Indo-Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges in the Post-COVID Order”, March 2023
  • Peter Ronald deSouza, “ Reservations and Democracy in India: The debate around the 103 Amendment”, March 2023
  • Sucharita Sengupta and Adnan Farooqui, “Complex Decentralisation: Resident Welfare Association response to Covid-19”, March 2023
  • S. Chandrasekhar and Ajay Sharma, “Patterns in Internal Migration and Labour Market Transitions in India”, March 2023
  • Prabhash Ranjan, “Investment Protection in India’s Free Trade Agreements: The Past, Present, and the Future,” January 2023
  • Binod Khadria, “Post-Covid 19 India: The National Education Policy and India's Higher Education Trajectory,” January 2023
  • C. Chandramouli, "Contours of Future Demographic Change in India," January 2023
  • Rajeshwari Pillai Rajagopalan, “India’s Space Concerns and Policy”, March 2023
  • Vinay Nadkarni, “Active Bleeding Control: Can Pediatricians Stem the Tide of Lives Lost from Trauma?”, March 2023

 

2021

Eswaran Sridharan, “India in 2020: A Year of Multiple Challenges”, Asian Survey, Jan-Feb. 2021.

E. Sridharan, “Migrant Voters and Political Parties: Notes on an Analytical Framework” in Ashwani Kumar and R. B. Bhagat, eds., Migrants, Mobility and Citizenship in India, New Delhi: Routledge, 2021.

Eswaran Sridharan, “The Indian Political System”, in Neil DeVotta and Sumit Ganguly, eds., Understanding Contemporary India, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2021.

Papers published in the 2021 book, E. Sridharan, ed., Eastward Ho? India’s Relations with the Indo-Pacific. New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2021:

E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Eastward Ho? Indian Foreign Policy in the Indo-Pacific in the Context of Trade Integration and Security Rivalries”

Prabhakar, W. Lawrence S., Madras Christian College, Madras University, “The Evolving Dynamics of India-Singapore Security and Economic Relations”

Sahadevan, P., Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Changing Contours of India-Sri Lanka Relations”

Baladas Ghoshal, Society for Indian Ocean Studies, “India- Malaysia Relations in the Post-Cold War Period”

Baladas Ghoshal, Society for Indian Ocean Studies “Vietnam in India’s foreign policy”

H. S. Prabhakar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “India-Japan: Managing Security and Economic Interdependencies in Asia”                                                                  

Reena Marwah, Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, The Philippines Archipelago and Intersecting Interests: Is there a role for India?

Reena Marwah, Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, “Thailand: A Bridge for India to Act East”

Sangeeta Thapliyal, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Politics on the Strategic Himalayas: India and China”

Shankari Sundararaman, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “India Indonesia Relations: Moving from Shared Commonalities to Strategic Partnership”

Shankari Sundararaman, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “India and Myanmar: Issues and Challenges Amidst Regional Change”

Shibashis Chatterjee, Jadavpur University, “India-Bangladesh Relations: Geopolitics or Human Security?

Srikanth Kondapalli, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “China’s Perceptions of India - Interdependence or Conflict?”

Swaran Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Evolving Asian Security Architecture: Institutions and Processes”

Vyjayanti Raghavan, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “India and Korea: India’s Turn Now”

 

2020

Eswaran Sridharan, -“Understanding Voting Patterns by Class in the 2019 Indian Election”, Indian Politics and Policy, Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2020.

E. Sridharan, “Cross-state Learning in Service Delivery in India’s Federal System”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 2020, 58(2).

Adnan Farooqui and E. Sridharan, “The Rajya Sabha as a corrective mechanism for Muslim under-representation”, in Volker Kaul and Ananya Vajpeyi, eds, Minorities and Populism: Critical Perspectives from South Asia and Europe, Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020.

Eswaran Sridharan, “India in 2019: A New One-Party Hegemony?” in Asian Survey, Jan-Feb 2020

 

2019

E. Sridharan, “Does India Need to Switch to Proportional Representation? The Pros and Cons” in Sudha Pai, ed., Constitutional and Democratic Institutions in India: A Critical Analysis, New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2019, 371-390.

Eswaran Sridharan, UPIASI, “India as an Emerging Donor: Political and Economic Determinants”, in Yijia Jing, Alvaro Mendez and Yu Zheng, eds., New Development Assistance: Emerging Economies and the New Landscape of Development Assistance, Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

 

2018

Eswaran Sridharan, UPIASI, and Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment, “Political Finance in a Developing Democracy: The Case of India”, in Devesh Kapur and Milan Vaishnav, eds., Costs of Democracy: Political Finance in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2018.

(with Devesh Kapur, Johns Hopkins University, and Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment), “Conclusion: Implications for Research and Policy” in Devesh Kapur and Milan Vaishnav, eds., Costs of Democracy: Political Finance in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2018.

E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Coalition Congruence in India’s Federal System” in Adrian Albala and Josep Maria Reniu, eds. Coalition Politics and Federalism, Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2018.

E. Sridharan, UPIASI, and Aashik Jain, MetLife, “Foreign Assistance in India’s Foreign Policy”, Indian Politics and Policy, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2018.

 

2017

Sridharan, Eswaran, UPIASI, “The Shifting Party Balance”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 28, No. 3, July 2017, 76-85.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Middle Class Votes for BJP” in Suhas Palshikar, Sanjay Kumar and Sanjay Lodha,eds., Electoral Politics in India: Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party, New Delhi: Routledge, 2017.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, and Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment, “Election Commission of India”, in Devesh Kapur, Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Milan Vaishnav eds. Rethinking Public Institutions in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Farooqui, Adnan, Jamia Millia Islamia, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Failure of Pre-electoral Coalition”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. LII, No. 15, 16-19.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Where is India headed? Possible future directions in Indian foreign policy”, International Affairs, 93:1 (2017) 51-68.

 

2016

Farooqui, Adnan (Jamia Millia Islamia) and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Can Umbrella Parties Survive? The Decline of the Indian National Congress”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 54, No. 3, July 2016.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, (with Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), “India”, in Pippa Norris & Andrea Abel van Es (eds.), Checkbook Elections? Political Finance in Comparative Perspective, New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Indo-Sri Lanka Relations: Geopolitics, Domestic Politics or Something More Complex?”, in Sumit Ganguly, ed., Engaging the World: Indian Foreign Policy since 1947, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016.

 

2015

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Rising or Constrained Power?”, in David Malone, C. Raja Mohan and Srinath Raghavan, eds., The Oxford Handbook of  Indian Foreign Policy, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2015.

 

2014

Cerulli, Anthony, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Editors’ Introduction to the Roundtable on Intellectual Freedom, Vigilantism and Censorship in India”, India Review, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2014, 274-6.

Chaudhuri, Amiya K., Maulana Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata, “Coalition Politics in West Bengal”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Farooqui, Adnan, Jamia Millia Islamia and UPIASI, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Incumbency, Internal Processes and Renomination in Indian Parties”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 52, No. 1, (January) 2014.

Farooqui, Adnan, Jamia Millia Islamia and UPIASI, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Is the Coalition Era over in Indian Politics?”, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, December 2014.

Kailash, K. K., University of Hyderabad, “Competition and Coalition Formation in the New Party System”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Kumar, G. Gopa, University of Kerala, “Coalition Politics in Kerala”, E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Kumar, Pramod, Institute for Development and Communication, Chandigarh, “Coalition Politics in Punjab”, E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Kumar, Sanjay, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, “Coalition Politics in Bihar”, E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Palshikar, Suhas, University of Pune, Nitin Birmal, Dr. Ambedkar College, and Vivek Ghotale, University of Pune, “Coalition Politics in Maharashtra”, E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014.

Sridharan, E., “Dynamics of Political Stability in India”, in Sumita Kumar,ed., Stability and Growth in South Asia, New Delhi: Pentagon Press, 2014.

Sridharan, E., “Class Voting in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections: The Growing Size and Importance of the Middle Classes”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLIX, No. 39, September 27, 2014, pp. 72-76.

Sridharan, E., “The Political Context of Economic Cooperation in Asia: The Relation between Trade Integration and Security Rivalries”, Millenial Asia, 5(2), 2014, pp. 129-136.

Sridharan, E., “India’s Watershed Vote: Behind Modi’s Victory”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 25, No. 4, October 2014, 20-33.

Sridharan, E., “National and State Coalitions in India”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014, 23-34.

Sridharan, E., “Why are Multi-Party Minority Governments Viable in India? Theory and Comparison”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014, 35-70.

Sridharan, E., “Conclusion: Is There a Pattern to Power-sharing in Coalitions?”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics in India: Selected Issues at the Centre and the States, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2014, 449-460.

 

2013

Ganguly, Sumit, University of Indiana, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “The End of India’s Sovereignty Hawks?Foreign Policy, November 15, 2013.

Sridharan, E., “Reforming Campaign Finance to Tackle Corruption in India: Possible Options from the International Experience”, in Samuel Paul, ed., Fighting Corruption, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2013.

Sridharan, E., “Do the Major National Parties Function Federally?” in Ajay K. Mehra, ed., Party Politics in India: Emerging Trajectories, New Delhi: Lancer Publications, 2013.

Sridharan, E., “Drift and Confusion Reign in Indian Politics”, Current History, Vol. 112, No. 756 (April 2013), 123-129.

Sridharan, E., “Coalition Strategies and the BJP’s Expansion, 1989-2004“, in Sudha Pai, ed., Handbook on Politics in the Indian States: Regions, Parties and Economic Reforms, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2013 (reprinted from Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 43, No. 2, July 2005, pp. 194-221).

 

2012

Gowda, M. V. Rajeev, IIM Bangalore, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Reforming India’s Party Financing and Election Expenditure Laws”, Election Law Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2012.

Hirose, Takako, Senshu University, “Coalition Politics in Japan”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Coalition Theory, Coalition Strategies and the Rise of the BJP since 1989”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 43, No. 2, July 2005, pp. 194-221; also published in Sudha Pai, ed., Oxford Handbook of State Politics in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Sridharan, E., “Introduction: Theorizing Democratic Consolidation, Parties and Coalitions”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012, 1-19.

Sridharan, E., “Coalitions and Democratic Deepening in India”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012, 20-73.

Sridharan, E., “Conclusion: Culling Lessons from Comparative Country Cases”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012, 270-84.

Sridharan, E., “How India Can Fill Its Bandwagon”, Current History, Vol. 111, No.744, April 2012, pp. 148-153.

Sridharan, E., “Why are Multi-party Minority Governments Viable in India? Theory and Comparison”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 50, No. 3, July 2012.

Uyangoda, Jayadeva, Colombo University, “The Dynamics of Coalition Politics in Sri Lanka” in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Zakaria, Haji Ahmad, National University of Malaysia, and Khadijah M. Khalid, University of Malaya, “Coalition Politics in Malaysia”, in E. Sridharan, ed., Coalition Politics and Democratic Consolidation in Asia, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.

 

2011

Ayoob, Mohammed, James Madison College, Michigan State University, “Unpacking ‘National Interest’ and ‘Foreign Policy’: the Interplay of Domestic Factors and Systemic Constraints” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Basrur, Rajesh M., Centre for Global Studies, Mumbai, “Foreign Policy Reversal: The Politics of Sri Lanka’s Economic Relations with India” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Basrur, Rajesh M., Centre for Global Studies, Mumbai, “Nuclear Deterrence Thinking in Pakistan” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Biswas, Aparajita, University of Mumbai, “SAARC: The Search of a Regional Security Model” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Chatterjee, Shibashis, Jadavpur University, “Deconstruction and Double Reading of the South Asian Security Order”, in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Chatterjee, Shibashis, Jadavpur University, “Structural Realism and South Asian Security” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Chaturvedi, Sanjay, Punjab University, “The Hindutva World-view and South Asia: Orders, Borders and Others” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Chaturvedi, Sanjay, Punjab University, “Hybridity, Imaginations and Diasporic Otherness: Challenges for International Relations Theory” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Jha, Nalini Kant, Pondicherry University, “Domestic Bases of Foreign Policy: Bangladesh’s Policy Towards India” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Kabir, Mohammed Humayun, Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies, “Obstacles to Bangladesh-India Cooperation: An International Relations Theory Perspective” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I,, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Mallavarapu, Siddharth, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Normative Politics of Regime Formation: Human Rights in the South Asian Context” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Mehta, Pratap Bhanu, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, “Sovereignty Tradeoffs and Regional Integration: Theoretical and Comparative Reflections” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Mukherji, Rahul, Jawaharlal Nehru University and National University of Singapore, “The Political Economy of Preferential Trade in South Asia: The Indo-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Sahni, Varun, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Regional Dynamics of Emerging Powers: Power/Control or Leadership/Consent” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Sayeed, Asad, Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi, “Gains from Trade and Structural Impediments to India-Pakistan Trade” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Siddiqa, Ayesha, Independent Scholar, Islamabad, “The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in South Asia” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. I, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Sridharan, E., “International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images”, in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vols, I and II, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011, 1-30.

Sridharan, E., “Economic Cooperation and Security: Theory, India and Pakistan”, in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011, 76-104.

Sridharan, E., “The Growth and Sectoral Composition of India’s Middle Class: Its Impact on the Politics of Economic Liberalization”, in Amita Baviskar and Raka Ray, eds., Elite and Everyman: The Cultural Politics of the Indian Middle Classes. Routledge, New Delhi: Routledge, 2011 (updated and expanded version of the paper in India Review, Vol. 3, No. 4, October 2004, pp. 405-428).

Uyangoda, Jayadeva, Colombo University, “Redesigning the Architecture of the State?: Sri Lanka’s Transition from Civil War to Post-Civil War State”, in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia, Vol. I, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011.

Vijayalakshmi, K. P., Jawaharlal Nehru University, “American Foreign Policy towards India and Pakistan, 1993-2008: A Decision-making Approach” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Waseem, Mohammed, Quaid-I-Azam University, “Pakistan’s India Policy and Elite Perceptions of the Status of Indian Muslims” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Zaidi, S. Akbar, Independent Scholar, Karachi, “International Relations Theory and the Political Economy of Trade: India and Pakistan” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

Zaidi, S. Akbar, Independent Scholar, Karachi, “A Conspicuous Absence: Social Science Teaching and Research on India in Pakistan” in E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asia: Security, Political Economy, Domestic Politics, Identities and Images, Vol. II, Oxford University Press, 2011.

 

2010

Gowda, M. V. Rajeev, IIM Bangalore, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Political Parties and Democracy in India: Theory and Trajectory”, in Kay Lawson and Bao-gang He, eds., Political Parties and Democracy, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2010.

Sridharan, E., “Theorizing Unipolarity”, in Chandra Chari, ed., Superpower Rivalry and Conflict: The Long Shadow of the Cold War on the Twenty-first Century, Routledge: Abingdon, UK, 2010.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “The Party System”, in Niraja Gopal Jayal and Pratap Bhanu Mehta, eds., Oxford Companion to Indian Politics, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Wagner, Daniel A., University of Pennsylvania, and C. J. Daswani, Consultant and National Coordinator, BFI project, UPIASI, and Romilla Karnati, University of Pennsylvania, “Technology and Mother Tongue-Literacy in Southern India: Impact Studies among Young Children and Out-of-School Youth”, ITID Journal, Vol. 6, No. 4, Winter 2010.

 

2009

 

2008

 

2007

Bajpai, K. Shankar, “Introduction: Democracy and Diversity in India and the United States” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Basrur, Rajesh M., Centre for Global Studies, Mumbai, “International Relations Theory and Minimum Deterrence” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Chandhoke, Neera, Delhi University, “Negotiating Linguistic Diversity In Democratic States: A Comparative Study Of India And The U.S.A.” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

De Souza, Peter R., Centre for Study of Developing Societies, “Decentralization: Explorations of local government in India and the U.S.” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Gowda, M. V. Rajeev, IIM Bangalore, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “The Consolidation of India’s Democracy: The Role of Parties and the Party System, 1947-2006”, in Sumit Ganguly, Larry Diamond and Marc Plattner, eds., The State of India’s Democracy, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.

Glazer, Nathan, Harvard University, “Minorities and India's Democracy” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Hussain, Rifaat, Quaid-I-Azam University and Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo, “Deterrence and Nuclear Use Doctrine” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Karnad, Bharat, Centre for Policy Research, “South Asia: the Irrelevance of Classical Nuclear Deterrence Theory” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Kumar, Arvind, National Institute of Advanced Study, Bangalore, “Theories of Deterrence and Nuclear Deterrence in the Subcontinent” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Lijphart, Arend, University of California, San Diego, “The Importance of the Indo-US Comparison for Political Science” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Lijphart, Arend, University of California, San Diego, “Democratic Institutions And Ethnic/Religious Pluralism: Can India And The United States Learn From Each Other—And From The Smaller Democracies?” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Linz, Juan J., Yale University, Alfred Stepan, Columbia University, and Yogendra Yadav, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, “’Nation State’ or ‘State Nation’? Comparative Reflections on Indian Democracy” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Rais, Rasul Bakhsh, Lahore University of Management Sciences, “Conceptualising Nuclear Deterrence: Pakistan’s Posture” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Rajagopalan, Rajesh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “The Threat of Unintended Use of Nuclear Weapons in South Asia” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Sahni, Varun, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “The Stability-Instability Paradox in South Asia” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Sidhu, W. P. S., Geneva Centre for Security Policy, New York, “Operation Vijay and Operation Parakram: Victory of the Mighty Theory?” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Singh, Swaran, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “The China Factor in South Asia’s Nuclear Deterrence” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “The Evolution of Post-Cold War Regional Security Institutions in South Asia” in Vinod K Aggarwal and MinGyo Koo, eds., In Asia’s New Institutional Architecture: Evolving Structures for Managing Trade and Security Relations, New York: Springer, 2007.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Democracy Within Parties And The Accommodation Of Diversity: Comparing India And The United States” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “South Asia and Theories of Nuclear Deterrence: Subcontinental Perspectives” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “International Relations Theory and the India-Pakistan Conflict” in E. Sridharan, ed., The India-Pakistan Nuclear Relationship: Theories of Deterrence and International Relations, Routledge, New Delhi and Abingdon, UK, 2007.

Stepan, Alfred, Columbia University, “Federalism, Multi-National States, and Democracy: A Theoretical Framework, The Indian Model and a Tamil Case Study” in K. Shankar Bajpai, ed., Democracy and Diversity: India and the American Experience, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007.

 

2006

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, and Peter Ronald de Souza, Centre for Study of Developing Societies, “Introduction: the Evolution of Political Parties in India” in Peter Ronald de Souza and E. Sridharan, eds., India’s Political Parties, New Delhi: Sage, 2006.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Parties, the Party System and Collective Action for State Funding of Elections: A Comparative Perspective on Possible Options”, in Peter Ronald de Souza and E. Sridharan, eds., India’s Political Parties, New Delhi: Sage, 2006.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Electoral Finance Reform: The Relevance of International Experience” in Vikram K. Chand, ed., Reinventing Public Service Delivery in India: Selected Case Studies, New Delhi: Sage, 2006, 363-388.

 

2005

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Theory and International Relations”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XL, No. 46, November 12-18, 2005, pp. 4819-4820.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Improving Indo-Pakistan relations: international relations theory, nuclear deterrence and possibilities for economic cooperation”, Contemporary South Asia, 14(3), September 2005, 321-339.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Elections and Muslim Representation in India”, in SDPI, Troubled Times: Sustainable Development and Governance in the Age of Extremes, Islamabad: Sustainable Development Policy Institute, 2005, pp. 405-417.

 

2004

Avnimelech, Gil and Morris Teubal, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, “The Indian Software Industry from an Israeli Perspective: A Systems/evolutionary and Policy View” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Basant, Rakesh, and Pankaj Chandra, IIM Ahmedabad, “Capability Building and Inter-Organization Linkages in the Indian IT Industry: The Role of Multinationals, Domestic Firms and Academic Institutions” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Bhatnagar, Deepti and Mukund Dixit, IIM Ahmedabad, “Stages in Multiple Innovations in Software Firms: A Model Derived from Infosys and NIIT Case Studies” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

D’Costa, Anthony P., University of Washington, Tacoma, “The Indian Software Industry in the Global Division of Labour” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

D’Costa, Anthony P., University of Washington, Tacoma, “Export Growth and Path-Dependence: The Locking-in of Innovations in the Software Industry” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

D’Costa, Anthony P., University of Washington, Tacoma, and E. Sridharan, UPIASI, “Conclusion: Global Links, Domestic Market, and Policy for Development” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Krishnan, Rishikesha T., and Ganesh N. Prabhu, IIM Bangalore, “Software Product Development in India: Lessons from Six Cases” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Ojha, Abhoy K., and S. Krishna, IIM Bangalore, “Originative Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Software Industry in India” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Parthasarathi, Ashok, and K.J. Joseph, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “Innovation Under Export Orientation” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Saxenian, Annalee, University of California, Berkeley, “The Silicon Valley Connection: Transnational Networks and Regional Development in Taiwan, China and India” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Evolving Towards Innovation? The Recent Evolution and Future Trajectory of the Indian Software Industry” in Anthony P. D’Costa and E. Sridharan, eds, India in the Global Software Industry: Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, and New Delhi: Macmillan India, 2004.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Electoral Coalitions in the 2004 General Elections: Theory and Evidence”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX, No. 51, December 18-24, 2004, 5418-5425.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Unstable Parties and Unstable Alliances: Births, Splits, Mergers and Deaths of Parties 1952-2000”, in M. P. Singh and Anil Mishra, eds., Coalition Politics in India: Problems and Prospects, New Delhi: Manohar, 2004, pp. 43-74.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “The Growth and Sectoral Composition of India’s Middle Class: Its Impact on the Politics of Economic Liberalization”, India Review, Vol. 3, No. 4, October 2004, pp. 405-428.

 

2003

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Coalitions and Party Strategies in India’s Parliamentary Federation”, Publius, Volume 33, No. 4, Fall 2003, 135-152.

 

2002

Alam, Javeed, Centre for English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad, “The Nation and the State in India: A Difficult Bond” in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Austin, Granville, Independent Scholar, Washington D.C., "The Expected and the Unintended in Working a Democratic Constitution" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Baxi, Upendra, University of Warwick, "The (Im)possibility of Constitutional Justice: Seismographic notes on the Indian Constitutionalism" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Bhargava, Rajeev, Delhi University, "India's Secular Constitution" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Chandhoke, Neera, Delhi University, "Individual and Group Rights: A View from India" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

De Souza, Peter R., Goa University and Centre for Study of Developing Societies, "Decentralisation and Local Government: the 'Second Wind' of Democracy in India" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Galanter, Marc, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "The Long Half-Life of Reservations" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Hasan, Zoya, Jawaharlal Nehru University, "Women's Reserved Seats and the Politics of Presence", in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Khilnani, Sunil, Johns Hopkins University, "The Indian Constitution and Democracy" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Mehta, Pratap Bhanu, Jawaharlal Nehru University, “The Inner Conflict of Constitutionalism: Judicial Review and the ‘Basic Structure’” in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Nussbaum, Martha, University of Chicago, "Sex Equality, Liberty and Privacy: A Comparative Approach to the Feminist Critique" in Zoya Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Saberwal, Satish, Independent Scholar (retired, Jawaharlal Nehru University) “Introduction: Civilization, Continuity, Democracy”, in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, "The Origins of the Electoral System: Rules, Representation and Power-sharing in India's Democracy" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “The Fragmentation of the Indian Party System, 1952-1999: Seven Competing Explanations”, in Zoya Hasan, ed., Parties and Party Politics in India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “The Global Spread of Democracy: Reflections at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century”, published in The Global Dimensions of Democracy, New Delhi: Election Commission of India, 2002, an article commissioned by the Election Commission of India for its fiftieth anniversary.

Sudarshan, R., UNDP, "’Stateness’ and Democracy in India’s Constitution”, in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Vaidyanathan, A., Madras Institute of Development Studies, "The Pursuit of Social Justice" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

Verney, Douglas V., University of Pennsylvania, "Has the Proliferation of Parties Affected the Indian Federation: A Comparative Approach" in Zoya  Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, eds., India’s Living Constitution: Ideas, Practices, Controversies, New Delhi: Permanent Black (2002, 2004) and London: Anthem Press (2005).

 

2001

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “India: A New Protagonist 1980-2000”, (translated into Italian) in Valerio Castronovo, ed., Storia dell’economia mondiale, Vol. 6, Rome: Gius, Laterza & Figli, 2001.

Sridharan, E., “Rethinking Political Finance”, Seminar, October 2001.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI (with Ashutosh Varshney, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor), “Towards Moderate Pluralism: Political Parties and Party Politics in India”, in eds. Larry Diamond and Richard Gunther, eds., Political Parties and Democracy, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.

 

2000

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “India and the Commonwealth”, chapter published in Italian (translated) in Valerio Castronovo, ed., Storia dell’economia mondiale, Vol. 5, Rome: Gius, Laterza & Figli, 2000.

 

1999

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Coalition Politics in India: Lessons from Theory, Comparison and Recent History” in D. D. Khanna and Gert W. Kueck, eds., Principles, Power and Politics, New Delhi: Macmillan India, 1999.

Sridharan, E., UPIASI, “Toward State Funding of Elections in India: a Comparative Perspective on Possible Options”, Journal of Policy Reform, Vol. 3, Issue 3 (October) 1999, 229-253.

 

1998

 

1997

Accepted for Publication

Unpublished/Under Preparation for Publication

Ahmar, Moonis, Karachi University, “Kashmir and the Process of Conflict Resolution”.

Ahmed, Imtiaz, Dhaka University, “Images of the Other: India in Bangladesh, Bangladesh in India”.

Bajpai, Kanti P., Jawaharlal Nehru University and Doon School, “India’s Grand Strategy and South Asia”.

Behera, Navnita, Jamia Millia Islamia, “Unravelling the India-Pakistan Enmity”.

Bhatnagar, Subhash, IIM Ahmedabad, “Excellence through Innovations: Realising the Potential of Indian Software Firms”.

Dasgupta, A. R., Space Applications Centre, ISRO, Ahmedabad, and S. Chandrashekar, IIM Bangalore, “Indigenous Innovation and IT-enabled Exports: A Case Study of the Development of Data Processing Software for Indian Remote Sensing Satellites”.

Dhiravegin, Likhit, Thammasat University and Parliament of Thailand, “Coalition Politics, Political Reform and Democratic Development in Thailand”.

Guhathakurta, Meghna, Dhaka University, “Minorities, Migration and Identity Formation in Bangladesh: Negotiating Power”.

Gupta, P. P., Strategic Management Group, “Innovation in Small Software Companies”.

Krishna, S., IIM Bangalore, and Sundeep Sahay, University of Alberta, “Innovation in the Indian Software Industry through Global Software Outsourcing Arrangements”.

Kumar, Arvind, National Institute of Advanced Study, Bangalore, “Implications of Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy of Nepal for India”.

Lan, Xue, Tsinghua University, “China’s Foreign Aid Policy and Architecture”.

Saravanamuttu, P., Centre for Policy Alternatives, Colombo, “Broader Lessons of the Sri Lankan Peace Process”.

Sharma, Mool Chand, Delhi University, “Constitutional Philosophy And Judicial Approach Regarding Religious Freedom And Rights of Minority Groups”.

Srinivasan, Kannan, Independent Scholar, Mumbai, “India, Pakistan, the US and the prospects for cross-border gas pipelines”.

Tang, Shiping, Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, “A Theory of the Security Environment and Managing South Asian Security”.

Tikekar, Maneesha, SIES College, University of Mumbai, “Politics of Cultural Identity”.

Tikekar, Maneesha, SIES College, University of Mumbai, “The Prospects for Harmony in South Asia”.