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  Bengal Engineering and Science University   Madhumati Dutta   Transportation Policy for the Control of Vehicular Air Pollution in Urban Areas: Applying Lessons from the North to Calcutta   India Discussion Paper  Centre for Urban Economic Studies   Calcutta University   1/2001  2001  
  Bharathiar University S. Boopathi   Pollution Control in dyeing & Bleaching Units in Karur   Ravichandran  M.C. Durgadevi and S. Boopathi (2002) Productivity  Vol. 43  No. 2.  
 

Bharathidasan University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Ravichandran

 

Economics of Pollution Abatement Natural Resource Economics of India

Kerr.J.M  Nadkarni M .V and M. Ravichandran (1997)  A guidebook for researchers and policy makers (Kerr. J. M and Marothia D et al. edited.) Oxford & IBH Publishers  New Delhi .

M.Ravichandran

 

Economic Implications of Industrial Pollution Control

Ravichandran M and Dhanraj R (1997) Productivity 37(4): 599

M.Ravichandran

 

Regulatory versus Market Incentive Approach to Industrial Pollution Control  

Productivity 39(4)  (1999)

M.Ravichandran

 

Economics of Urban Solid waste management  Nagarlok

Ravichandran M and R. Poongodi (1999) Vol. XXXI  No.2

M.Ravichandran

 

Abatement Cost of Industrial Pollution control

Ravichandran M and Durgadevi c(2000)  Productivity  Vol. 41  3  October-December.

M.Ravichandran

 

Pollution Control in Dyeing & Bleaching Units in Karur  Tamilnadu

Ravichandran  M.  C. Durgadevi and S. Boopathi (2002) Productivity  Vol. 43  No. 2. pp 325-330

R. Mohanraj

 

Urban Development and Particulate Air Pollution in Coimbatore City  India

Mohanraj R and P A Azeez (2005) International Journal of Environmental Studies Vol 62(1): 69-78 (Taylor and Francis  UK).

R. Mohanraj

 

Heavy metals in air borne particulate matter of Coimbatore

Mohanraj R  P A Azeez and Priscilla T (2004) Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Vol 46 (2): 162-167 (Springer-Verlag  USA).

R. Mohanraj

 

Pollution status of wetlands in urban Coimbatore

Mohanraj R  M Sathishkumar  P A Azeez and R Sivakumar (2000) Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology  Vol 64 (5): 638-643 (Springer-Verlag  USA).

R. Mohanraj

 

Removal of methyene blue from aqueous solution by adsorption onto sago waste carbon

S.Madhavakrisnan V.K.Radhika K.Manickavasagam  K.Kadirvelu R.Mohanraj  K.Rasapan and S.Pattabhi (2006) Nature  Environment and pollution technology  vol 5(3) 329-336

R. Mohanraj

 

Removal of Ni (II) from aqueous solution using silk cotton hull activated carbon

M. Shanmugavalli  S. Madhavakrishnan  K. Kadirvelu  R. Mohanraj  and S. pattabhi (2006) Indian Journal of Environmental Protection Vol 26 (1): 47-53.

R. Mohanraj

 

Automobile pollution in Urban Coimbatore  India

Mohanraj R and P A Azeez (2005) Nature  Environment and Pollution Technology Vol 4 (4): 621-626.

R. Mohanraj

 

Airborne respirable particulate matter in Coimbatore and the state of respiratory health among residents? Collective Initiatives

Mohanraj R and P A Azeez (2002) on Environment Health and Industrial Development  Vol 3 (2): 16-23.

R. Mohanraj

 

Physico-chemical analysis of high altitude water sources of Ooty  South India

R Sivakumar  R Mohanraj and P A Azeez (2000) Pollution research Vol 19 (1): 143-146.

R. Mohanraj

 

Cancer in the air we breathe? The organic air pollutants

Mohanraj R and P A Azeez (2001) Science and Culture Vol. 67: 308-309.

R. Mohanraj

 

Heavy metals in the moist deciduous forest soils of Siruvani Hills  Tamilnadu  India

Mohanraj R  Maya V Mahajan and P A Azeez (2000) Indian journal of forestry Vol 23(3): 262-267.

 

C.B.M.COLLEGE-Coimbatore

Govindarajalu Krishnamoorthy

industrial effluent and health status- A case study of Noyyal River Basin in Tamilnadu

Martin J. Bunch  V. Madha Suresh and T. Vasantha Kumaran  eds.  Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Environment and Health  Chennai  India  15-17 December  2003. Chennai: Department of Geography  University of Madras and Faculty of Environmental Studies  York University. Pages 150 157.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development Jawaharlal Nehru University

Aparna Sawhney

Managing Pollution: Public Interest Litigation as Indirect Marketbased Tool

Economic and Political Weekly  Volume XXXVIII (1)  2003. 3237.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development  JNU

 

 

 

Sangeeta Bansal & Shubhashis Gangopadhyay

Tax-Subsidy Policies in the Presence of Environmentally Aware Consumers

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management  45  333-355  (2003)

Sangeeta Bansal & Shubhashis Gangopadhyay

Incentives for Technological Development: BAT is Bad  

Environmental and Resource Economics 30  345-367 (2005)

Sangeeta Bansal

 

Controlling Pollution: Choosing the Winner

Discussion Paper 01-05  Indian Statistical Institute  (2001)

 

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

 

 

G.S. Haripriya and

Vinish Kathuria

Industrial Pollution Control: Choosing the Right Policy

Economic and Political Weekly  Vol. XXXV  No. 43-44  October 21-27 & October 28-November 3  pp. 3870-78  2000

G.S. Haripriya and

Vinish Kathuria

Industrial Pollution Control in India:Need for flexibility

India Development Report 2001  Oxford Publishers  New Delhi  2002.

 

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

P. Murali Prasad

Environmental Protection: The Role of Liability System in India

Economic and Political Weekly  Vol. 39  Number 3  January 17-23  257-269.-2004

 

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sharma Vinod K

Development of Air Quality Indices for Mumbai  India

International Journal of Environment and Pollution  Vol. 11  No.2  141-146  1999.

Yedla Sudhakar

Abatement of Pesticide Pollution Removal of Organo-chlorine Pesticide from Water Environment

Book published by Narosa Publishers  India (2004-05) - Sudhakar Yedla and Anil K. Dikshit

Yedla Sudhakar

Environmentally Sustainable Urban Transportation Comparative Analysis of Local Emission Mitigation Strategies vis-vis GHG Mitigation Strategies

Sudhakar Yedla  Ram M.Shrestha and Gabrial Anandrajah Transport Policy  Elsevier  Vol. 12  No. 3  pp: 245-254   (2005)

Yedla Sudhakar

Modified Landfill Design for Sustainable Waste Management

International Journal of Global Energy Issues  Vol. 23  No. 1  pp: 93-105 (2005)

Yedla Sudhakar

Economic Insight to MSW Management in Mumbai

Sudhakar Yedla  and Sarika Kansal International Journal of Environment and Pollution (IJEP)  Vol. 19  No. 5 (2003)

Yedla Sudhakar

Development of Techno-Economic Integrated Models: LFSGR and Aerobic Composting for Municipal Waste Management

Environment and Development Economics (UK)  Vol. 8  No. 4  pp. 655-677 (2003)

 

Institute for Social and Economic Change

 

 Sastry G S

Contributed to the section Urban and Industrial Pollution in Karnataka to the paper Environment in Karnataka - A Status Report

Economic and Political Weekly  Vol. XXXIV No.38  September  1999.

 

Institute of Economics Growth

 

 

 

B.N. Goldar

 

Water Pollution Abatement Cost Function: Methodological Issues and An Application to  Small-Scale Factories in An Industrial Estate in India

Environment and Development Economics  Volume 6  February 2001  pp. 103-22 (with Smita Misra and Badal Mukherji). 

M.N. Murty

 

Economics of Industrial Pollution: Indian Experience

( Jointly with  A.J. James and Smita Misra) Oxford  University Press  New Delhi  1999

M.N. Murty

Fiscal and Institutional Approaches to Pollution: A Case Study of Water Pollution

Forthcoming in Environmental Economics in India edited by Gopal K. Kadekodi . Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2004

 

Lady Doak College (Autonomous

 

 

 

Mumtaj Begum & Mrs. Kamala Robson

Corporate Governance towards pollution abatement

Seminar proceeding (3rd Dec 2003)

Suganda Ramamoorthy

Solid Waste Management

 

Seminar Proceeding (9th & 10th Oct  2004)

Suganda Ramamoorthy

Waste Management - A Case for privatization

Seminar proceeding (17th Nov 2004)  

 

Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)  

 

 

S Janakarajan

 

More Water and More Pollution

The Hindu  Survey of Environment  2003

S Janakarajan

 

Soiled Agriculture and Spoiled Environment: Socio-Economic Impact of Groundwater Pollution in Tamilnadu?

MIDS  Working Paper No.175  2002.

L Venkatachalam

Sources of Government Failure and the Environmental Externality: Analysis of Groundwater Pollution in Tamil Nadu  India  

Water Policy  Vol. 6 (5)  October  pp: 413 - 426. (2004).

 

Madras School of Economics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U. Sankar

Economic Analysis of Environmental Problems in Tanneries and Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Industries

Allied Publishers  Delhi  2000.

U. Sankar

Policy Options for Prevention and Control of Industrial Pollution in India

Suresh Tendulkar  Arup Mitra K. Narayanan   and Deb Kusum Das (eds.)  Industrialization in a Reforming Economy  Academic Foundation  New Delhi 2005.

U. Sankar with Raja Chelliah and Rita Pandey  

Pricing Coal Ash for Environmental Protection

The Journal of Energy and Development  Vol.30  No.2 (2005).

U. Sankar

Pollution Control in Tanneries

G. Kadekodi (ed.) Environmental Economics in Practice in India  Oxford University Press  2004.

U. Sankar

Data Base and Methods for the Design of Economic Instruments for Industrial Pollution Control in India

A.K.Ghosh  J.K. Ghosh and Barun  Mukhopadhyay (eds.)  Sustainable Development  Ecological  Economic  Sociocultural and Statistical Aspects  Indian Statistical Institute  Calcutta  2004

U. Sankar

Design of Fiscal Instruments for Pollution Control

M.Govinda Rao (ed.)  Development  Poverty  and Fiscal Policy - Decentralisation of Institutions  Oxford University Press  Delhi  2002.  

U. Sankar

Common Effluent Treatment Plants: An Institutional Arrangement for Pollution Control in Small Scale Tanneries in India

Presented at the Second International Conference on Environment and Development  Stockholm  September 2000.

U. Sankar

Laws and Institutions Relating to Environmental Protection in India

Presented at the conference on The Role of Law and Legal Institution in Asian Economic Development  Erasmus University  Rotterdam  Netherlands  November 1-4  1998. MSE Occasional Paper No.2  1999.

U. Sankar

Standards and Incentive Regime for Prevention and Control of Pollution in India

G. Gupta and J. Roy (eds.)   Environmental Economics in India Allied Publishers  1999.

Zareena Begum I

 

Namakkal: Dustbin Free City

ENVISAGE Newsletter  Vol.4  No. 3  October 2007  

 

National Institute of Industrial Engineering

 

Neelima S Naik  

Festival Noise and Noise Regulation in India

Proceedings of Inter-Noise 2003  pp 3323-3330.

Neelima S Naik

Management in an Industrial Estate in India

Seema Unnikrishnan and Gouri Deshmukh]  Paper accepted for the International Journal of Cleaner Production  Elsevier Science 2005.

Seema Unnikrishnan

Environmental training and cleaner production in Indian Industry

Resources  Conservation and recycling  July 26  2006.  

  National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP)

 

Rita Pandey  Saubhik Deb   CETPs and Pollution Control in small scale industry in India   Indian Economic Journal. 54(3)  Dec-2006: p.152-171  
Rita Pandey  

Looking Beyond I&M in reducing Pollution from in-use vehicles  

Environmental Economics and Policy studies (forthcoming) 2007  

Raja J chelliah  Rita Pandey and U Sankar

Pricing coal ash for environmental protection  

The journal of energy and development  volume 30(2)  2005 

Rita Pandey   Unregulated Lead Extraction from used lead acid batteries cannot be ignored   Down to earth august 15(2005)  centre for science and environment New Delhi.  
Rita Pandey   Industrial Pollution control in india: Issues in Design and Enforcement of regulation   In sustainable development: Bridging the research/policy gaps in southern contexts  ed  Saba gul Khattak  (2005) Oxford University Press  
Rita Pandey   Estimating pollution inventories in India: Implications for using effluent charge vs regulation   Journal of development studies  volume 41(1)  (2005)  
Rita Pandey   Economic Policy options for controlling vehicular air pollution   Environment and development economics  volume 9(1)  2004  

Rita Pandey Geetesh Bhardwaj

 

Comparing the cost effectiveness of using a market based policy instrument such as tradable permits - versus regulation the case study of steel plant Environment and development economics  volume 9(1)  2004  
Rita Pandey Incentive system for replacing old vehicles: Its feasbility and adequacy of incentives

Expert committee report on auto fuel policy  government of India (2002)

Rita Pandey   New structure of vehicle road tax referring to progressivity in road tax linked with age of vehicles  

Expert committee report on auto fuel policy  government of India (2002)  

B N Goldar and Rita Pandey   Water pricing and abatement of industrial water pollution: A study of distilleries in India   Environmental economics and policy studies  volume 4(2)  2001  
Rita Pandey   Pollution tax for pollution abatement - case study of sugar industry   Econometric studies of economic reforms in India ed V.V.N somayajulu  academic foundation(2000)  
Rita Pandey   Tradable permits for environmental pollution - A Case study of India   NIPFP working paper no.2  (2000)  New Delhi  

Rita Pandey  

Environmental Taxes on Polluting Inputs and Outputs  

 Academic Foundation co-authored (forthcoming) 2007  

 

Osmania University Andhra Pradesh

 

 

Prabha Panth

Air Pollution by Vehicles in Twin Cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad

co-author Rahul A. Shastri  National Symposium on Environmental Problems and Solutions: Presentation of Case Studies  Dept of Environmental Sciences  O.U.  22-23rd January  2000

Prabha Panth

Vehicular Pollution and Retirement policy - A case study of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Online publication on website of Environmental Management Centre  Mumbai.- www.emcentre.com

 

PSG College of Arts and Science

P. Eswaran and V. Mohanasundharam.

Economics of By-product Manufacturing and waste water treatment in selected SAGo factories in Tamil Nadu.

Economic Affairs 49 (3)  July-Sep  2004.

 

Shivaji University

 

P.A. Koli

Economics of Solid Waste

University Book House 2005


   Resource Economics  

 

Institute/University

Author(s)

Title

       Publication Particulars

 

Bengal Engineering and Science University

 

Madhumati Dutta

 

Protecting Indias Forests: the Effectiveness of Forest Protection Committees- the Case of Southern West Bengal

The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology  Vol. 12  No. 1  68-77  Sapiens  March 2005 (with Souvanic Roy  Dibyendu S. Maity and Shubhayu Saha)

Madhumati Dutta

 

Pisciculture and the Environment: an Economic Evaluation of Sewage fed Fisheries in East Calcutta

Science  Technology  and Development  Vol.14  No. 2  73-99  Frank Cass  1996

 

Bharathiar University

 

 

 S. Boopathi

Environmental  Gender  and Institutional Dimensions of Drinking Water Supply: A District level Case experience in Rural Tamil Nadu

Ravichandran  M  and S. Boopathi (2005) The Indian Journal of Social Work  Vol.66  issue No. 2.

 S. Boopathi

Economic and Environmental Status of Drinking Water Provision in Rural India

Ravichandran M. and S. Boopathi (2002) Journal of Social and Economic Development Vol. 4. No.2.

 S. Boopathi

Ecology of drinking water - an overview

Ravichandran  M  Chellam Balasundaram and S. Boopathi (2002) Indian Journal of environmental Sciences  6 (1).

 

Bharathidasan University

 

 

 

M.Ravichandran

 

Economic and Environmental Status of Drinking Water Provision in Rural India?

Ravichandran M. and S. Boopathi (2002) Journal of Social and Economic Development Vol.4  No.2  pp 170-198.

M.Ravichandran

 

Environmental  Gender  and Institutional Dimensions of Drinking Water Supply: A District level Case experience in Rural Tamil Nadu

Ravichandran  M  and S. Boopathi (2004) The Indian Journal of Social Work  Vol.66. Issue 2  April 2005  pp 156-174.

M.Ravichandran

 

Rural Environmental Management: A free Rider problem with Common Property Resources (CPRs) in Tamil Nadu

Kannan A  Ravichandran M  Boopathi S  (2006 Journal of Environment and Management  July  pp 28-34.

 

Centre for Economic and Social Studies

 

 

 

 

Jeena T Srinivasan

 

The differential impact of user heterogeneity in resource management: A case study from India

Ecological Economics (Elsevier) Vol.59(4):511-518(2006)

V. Ratna Reddy

Costs of Resource Depletion Externalities: A Study of Groundwater Overexploitation in Andhra Pradesh  India

Environment and Development Economics (Cambridge)  Vol. 10  Part-IV  August  2005.

V. Ratna Reddy

Quenching the Thirst: Means and Costs of Water in fragile Environments

Development and Change  (Blackwell)  Vol. 30  No.1  January 1999

V. Ratna Reddy

Managing Water Resources in India: A Synoptic Review

Journal of Social and Economic Development Vol. 6. July - December 2004

V. Ratna Reddy

Managing Water Resources: Policies  Institutions and Technologies

Oxford University Press  New Delhi  2006.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development  JNU  

Meeta Meha  

 

Improving Efficiency of Resource Use in Agriculture  

TERI Press ISBN 81-7993031-92004

 

Indian Council For Research on International Economic Relations

Purnamita Dasgupta

Household Water Services in Incomplete Markets: Managing Water Stress for the Urban Poor  

Managing Water Resources (eds) Ratna Reddy and S. Mahendra Dev Oxford University Press  Delhi  2006

 

Indian Institute of Management  Culcutta

 

 

 

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Integrated Water Systems Management in South Asia

A Framework for Research CDEP Occasional Paper 09 (Kolkata  Indian Institute of Management Calcutta) 2006

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Criteria for a Holistic Framework for Water Systems Management in India

P. Mollinga  A. Dixit and K. Athukorala (Eds) IWRM in South Asia: Global Theory  Emerging Practice and Local Needs (New Delhi  Sage) 2006.

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

The Interlinking of Indian Rivers: Some Questions on the Scientific  Economic and Environmental Dimensions of the Proposal

A. K. Ghosh  P. K. Sikdar and A. K. Dutta (Eds) Interlinking of Indian Rivers (Kolkata  ACB Publications) 2003.

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Water Systems Management in South Asia: Need for a Research Framework

Economic and Political Weekly 42(10):863-73  10-16 March 2007.

 

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

G.S. Haripriya

Forest Carbon Balance in India   opportunities and costs of increased sequestration

Climate Change Economics and Policy: Indian Perspectives   published by Resources for Future  Washington   DC  2003

G.S. Haripriya

Carbon budget of Indian Forests

Climatic Change. 56(3)  291-319  2003

G.S. Haripriya

Estimation of biomass from the truncated stand tables in India

Forest Ecology and Management  168 (1-3): 1-13  2002

G.S. Haripriya

A framework for assessing carbon flow in Indian wood Products

Environment  Development and Sustainability  3 (3)  229-251  2002.

G.S. Haripriya

Managing forests to Sequester Carbon

Journal of Environmental Planning and Management  vol. 44(5)  701-720  2001.

G.S. Haripriya

Accounting for the forest resources in the national accounts in India

Environmental and Resource Economics  Vol. 19(1)  pp. 73-95  2001.

G.S. Haripriya

Estimation of Biomass in Indian Forests

Biomass and Bioenergy  vol. 19(4)  pp. 245-258  2000.  

G.S. Haripriya

Integrating Forest Resources into the system of National Accounts in Maharashtra  India

Environment and Development Economics  Vol. 5 Parts 1 & 2  February and May 2000  pp. 143 - 156  2000. (special issue on Advances in Green  Accounting).

G.S. Haripriya

Carbon Budget of the Indian Forest Ecosystem

Discussion paper 140  Beijer International Institute of Ecological Sciences  Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences  Stockholm  2001.

G.S. Haripriya

Managing forests in India to mitigate carbon

Working paper 4  Environmental Economics Unit  Department of Economics University of Gothenburg  Sweden  2000.

G.S. Haripriya

Incorporating forest resources in the national

accounting framework of India

Working paper no. 2  Environmental Economics Unit  Department of Economics University of Gothenburg  Sweden  1999.

G.S. Haripriya and

Atkinson  Giles

Accounting for Indias Forest Wealth

Working Paper  Madras School of Economics  Chennai  February 2006.

 

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

 M.K. Dutta

Institutional Requirements for sustainable use of groundwater resources in Assam.

Gopal Bardoli (ed)  Grossroots Institutions  Rural Development and Environmental Management in North East India   K.B. Publications  Gawahati  2005.

 

Indira Gandhi Agricultural University

 

 

 

 

Mrothia D.K

Institutionalizing common Pool Resources

Marothia D.K. 2002 Alternative Governance in Common Pool Resources

John M.Kerr  Marothia  D.K.Katar Singh C.Ramasamy and W.R. Bentley(Eds.)

Natural Resource Economics: Theory and Application in India

Marothia.D.K(2000)

Marothia. D.K. and Surender Kumar

 

Rural Common Property Resource in Chhattisgarh : Crisis and Contributions

DANRE Policy Document Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.Indira Gandhi Agricultural University  Raipur Chhattisgarh 2002 pp 85

Marothia. D.K. and Ganganee C.Samaraweera

 

Participatory Appraisal of Natural Resource: Perceptions of the People of Boria Khurd Village of Chhattisgarh  India.

 

DANRE Policy Document Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.Indira Gandhi Agricultural University  Raipur Chhattisgarh 2002 pp 57

Marothia. D.K. and K.M. Patil 2002

 

Land Market Transactions in the Adjoining Village of Capital City of Chhattisgrah:Some Intertemporal Implications

DANRE Policy Document Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.Indira Gandhi Agricultural University  Raipur Chhattisgarh 2002 pp 53

 

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR)

 

 

 

 

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Factors affecting adoption of resource conservation technology: Case of zero tillage technology in rice wheat farming systems

(with Vinod Mishra)  Indian Journal of Agricultural Economic  vol. 62  No.1  Jan Mar 2007.

Sengupta Nirmal

Common Pool Resources and Indian Legal System

Parth J. Shah and Vidisha Maitra ed. Terracotta Reader: A Market Approach to Environment  New Delhi  Academic Foundation  2005.

Sengupta Nirmal

Fragmented Landholding  Productivity and Resilience Management

Environment and Development Economics  Cambridge University Press  August  2006  11: 126.

Sengupta Nirmal

Salinity Prevention By Rainwater Harvesting

Keynote address  Indian Society For Ecological Economics  2nd Biennial Confc.  2001. published as  Traditional vs. Modern Practices in Salinity Control   Economic & Political Weekly  2002: 37(13)  March 30.

 

Institute for Social and Economic Change

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nanjundaiah C

 

Forests  Environment and Local community of Western Ghat of Karnataka

Forthcoming.2007

Nanjundaiah C

 

Forests versus Peoples Livelihood: Where is the Way for Sustainable Development?

International  Society for Ecological Economics, 15-18 Dec. 2006, New Delhi

Nanjundaiah C

 

The Role of Forests in Achieving Environmentally Sustainable Development

(2005) in edited Book by H.K. Jyothi and M. Madhumathi.

Nanjundaiah C

Forests  Environment and Local Community: A Case Study of Coorg District

International Conference Organized by University of Agricultural Sciences  Bangalore and Texas A&M University Texas  USA during July24-26  2001.

Pasha Syed Ajmal (L)

 

Small Ruminants and the Environment  in The Challenge of the Balance

Edited by Anil Agarwal  Center for Science and Environment  New Delhi 1997.

Raju K V

 

Community-based Tank Management: Social and Environmental Assessment

Rajasekhar  D. ; Manjula  R. ; Suchitra  J. Y. Environmental Assessment (EA)  Vol.1  01-JUN-2007

Raju K V

 

What Affects Organisation and Collective Action for Managing Resources? Evidence from Canal Irrigation System in India

World Development  Vol.30  No.1  pp.649-666  2002. (co-author).

 

Institute of Economics Growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bina Agarwal

 

Participatory Exclusions  Community Forestry and Gender: An Analysis and Conceptual Framework  

World Development (Washington DC)  29 (10) 2001

Bina Agarwal

 

Group Functioning and Community Forestry in South Asia: A Gender Analysis and Conceptual Framework

UNU/ WIDER working paper no. 172  March 2000 (World Institute for Development Economic Research  Helsinki). 

Bina Agarwal

 

The Hidden Side of Group Behaviour: A Gender Analysis of Community Forestry Groups in South Asia

In Group Behaviour and Development  Eds. J. Heyer  F. Stewart  and R. Thorp Clarendon Press  Oxford 2002. 

Kanchan Chopra

 

Water Resources  Sustainable Livelihoods and Ecosystem Services 

(co-edited with C.H. Hanumantha Rao  R. Sengupta) Concept Publishing Company  New Delhi  2003.

Kanchan Chopra

 

Migration  Common Property Resources and Environmental Degradation

Interlinkages in Indias Arid and Semi- Arid Regions   (with S.C. Gulati) Sage Publications  New Delhi and London 2001.

Kanchan Chopra

 

Water Use in the Punjab region: Conflicts and frameworks for resolution

(with Seema Bathla) in A. Vaidyanathan and H.M. Oudshoom edited Managing water Scarcity: Experience and Prospects  New Delhi  IDPAD and Manohar Publications  2004.

Kanchan Chopra

 

Forest Biodiversity and Timber Extraction: An Analysis of the interaction of Market and Non-Market Mechanisms   

(with Pushpam Kumar)  Ecological Economics  49  135-148  2004  Elsevier.

Vikram Dayal

A microeconometric analysis of household extraction of forest biomass goods in Ranthambhore National Park  

Journal of Forest Economics 12(2): 145163  2006

S.C. Gulati

 

Population and Forests: A Report on India  2000

UNFPA-India; 2000.

 

Institute of Rural Management Gujarat  India

Pramod Kumar Singh

 

Evaluating Social Forestry in Ambala district of Haryana: A Remote Sensing and GIS Approach.

Singh  Pramod K; Singh  B K and Singh  A (2007) The Indian Forester 133 (1a): 143-152

 

Lady Doak College (Autonomous

 

 

 

 

S. Natchathira Jothi

 

Management of water - An Important issue in environment management

Peninsular Economcist  Vol 16  No.I  2003-2004  

Ms. Janaki Ganapathy

 

Environmental Issues and National resources management

Seminar Proceeding ( 9th & 10th Oct 2004)

Kasthuri Bai Dhanasekaran

Joint forest maranagement in India-successful experience  

Indian journal of agricultural economics  volume 55  No.3  July-Sept 2000

S. Natchathira Jothi

Diminishing Forest and Deteriorating Living conditions

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics  July-Sept 2000

 

Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)

 

 

L Venkatachalam

 

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Urban Water Supply Sector: Some Issues

Journal of Urban Policy  Jul 2007

L Venkatachalam

 

Factors Influencing Household Willingness to Pay (WTP) for Drinking Water in Peri-Urban Areas: A Case Study in the Indian Context  

Water Policy  Vol. 8 (5): 461-473. 2006  

 

Madras School of Economics

 

 

 

Paul P Appasamy

Managing Conflict in the Bhavani River Basin

Managing Water Scarcity: Experience and  Prospects (eds.) A.Vaidyanathan and M.Oudshoorn  Sage Publication (in Press) 2004

Paul P Appasamy with Ruth Meinzen-Dick

Historical Perspectives on Domestic and ndustrial Water  Supply in the Bhavani and Noyyal Basis

Rethinking the Mosaic: Investigations into Local Water Management ed. Marcus Moench and others  NWCF  Kathmandu.1999

Paul P Appasamy

Urbanization and Intersectoral Competition for Water

Finding the Source: The Linkages between Population and Water  ECSP Publication (2002) Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars  Washington D.C.

 

Sambalpur University

Tushar Kanti Das

Agricultural Land to Shrimp Pond in India: Problems & Prospects

International Journal of Environment & Development: June  2004

  University of Jammu   Falendra K. Sudan and A.N Sadhu   Watershed Development in Jammu and Kashmir: Recent Experience and Emerging Issues   Indian Journal of Social Development  Vol. 1  No. 2  2001  
Falendra K. Sudan Rural Livelihood Diversification and Operationalising Income-Generating Activities through SHGs in the Watershed Context   The Indian Journal of Labour Economics  Vol. 45  No. 4  2002  
Falendra K. Sudan Water Scarcity and Food Security: Some Policy Issues   Indian Journal of Social Development  Vol. 3  No. 2  2003  

Falendra K. Sudan

 

Institutional and Socio-economic Aspects of Participatory Watershed Management   International Journal of Environment and Development  Vol. 1  No. 1  2004  

Falendra K. Sudan

 

Institutional and Transaction Cost in Natural Resource Management: A Study from Jammu and Kashmir   Resources  Energy  and Development  Vol. 1  No.1  2004  
Falendra K. Sudan Biophysical Gains from Participatory Integrated Watershed Development: Evidence from Jammu and Kashmir   International Journal of Environment and Development  Vol. 1  No. 2  2004  
Falendra K. Sudan Institutional Change and Common Property Resource Management in Shivaliks  Jammu and Kashmir   International Journal of Environment and Development  Vol. 2  No. 1  2005  
Falendra K. Sudan Infrastructure and Watershed Development: A Case Study of Jammu and Kashmir   Murty  S. Ed. Infrastructure and Social Sector Development  RBSA Publishers  Jaipur  2002
Falendra K. Sudan Rural Based Technology and Employment Generation for Women in Watershed Perspective Murty  S. Ed. Technology and Employment  RBSA Publishers  Jaipur  2002  
Falendra K. Sudan Transhumance Grazing Rights and Environmental Degradation in Shivaliks  Jammu and Kashmir   Judge Paramjit S. et al. Ed. Development  Gender and Diaspora  North West Sociological Association  Rawat Publications  New Delhi  2003  
Falendra K. Sudan Trade Liberalization  Food Security and Small Farmers: Implications and Policy Options   Sudan Falendra K Ed. Globalization and Liberalization: Nature and Consequences  Serials Publications  New Delhi  2004.

    Energy, Environment, and Economy Interface    

 

Institute/University

Author(s)

Title

Publication Particulars

 

A.V.C. COLLEGE (Autonomous)

N. Mukundan

Environment  People's Participation and Sustainable Rural Development

Kurukshetra  A Journal of Rural Developemnt  Vol. 52 No. 8  June 2004

 

 

Centre for Economic and Social Studies

 

V. Ratna Reddy

Impact of Water Pollution on Rural Communities: An Economic Analysis

Ecological Economics (Elsevier)  Vol. 58  No. 3  520-537  25 June.  2006

 

Centre for International Trade and Development Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manmohan Lal Agarwal

 

Development and Environment Issues in Indian Reform

 

(With Profs. Alokesh Barua  Sandwip Das and Manoj Pant) Har Anand Publications  Delhi 1998.

 

Aparna Sawhney

The New Face of Environmental Management in India under the Ashgate Studies in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

 

 

Ashgate Publishers  UK  2004.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Environmental Compliance in India

 

Chapter in A. Tarantino ed. Governance  Risk and Compliance

Handbook: Technology  Finance  Environmental and International Guidance Best Practices

Wiley Publishers April 2006.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Environmental Services

 

Chapter in Centre for Trade and Development book  R. Chanda ed. Indias Trade in Services: opportunities and challenges  Wiley Publishers  2006: 279298.

 

Aparna Sawhney

 

 

 

Development and the Environment  in Phillip

 

OHara (ed.) Encyclopedia of Political Economy  Routledge  1999. Volume 1: 19699.

Aparna Sawhney

Urban Planning and Environment

 

(project team leader) in Karnataka State of the Environment Report 2003  Environment Management Policy and Research Institute  Government of Karnataka and World Bank  200203.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development  JNU

 

Meeta Mehra and Sreekanth V

 

Modelling environmental loads from tourism

 

TERI. 2003

 

 

Delhi School of Economics

 

Shreekant Gupta

 

India Environmental Profile: Policy Measures for Sustainable Development

Asian Development Bank  Programs (West) Department  Manila  2000.

 

Indian Institute of Management  Culcutta

 

 

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Ecology and Economics in Sustainable Water Resource Development in India

Chopra  Kanchan; C H Hanumantha Rao and R. Sengupta (Eds) Water: Resources  Sustainable Livelihoods and Eco-Systems Services (New Delhi  Concept Publishing) 2003

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Environmentalism in India: between local and global responsibilities

Seminar special issue on Environment  No. 516 August 2002.

 

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

 

K. Narayanan

Industrialisation and the Environmental Quality under Economic Reforms: An Indian Case Study

[Jointly with T. Palanivel]  United Nations University/Institute of Advanced Studies [UNU-IAS]  Tokyo  Japan Working Paper No.106  October 2003.

G.S. Haripriya and Kohlin  Gunnar

Fuel Demand Elasticities for Energy and Environmental Policies Indian Sample Survey Evidence

Working Paper  Madras School of Economics  Chennai  June 2006.

 

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Muraleedharan V R  C.Sambu Prasad  G. Swaminathan  A Kavitha  G Koteswara Rao and D.Veeraraghavana

Citizen Action  Water Pollution and Public Health: an analysis of administrative and implementation dimensions

Submitted to Water Resources Organisation  Chennai  September 2002

 

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR)

 

 

 

 

 

Babu P.G.(Dean)

An overlapping generations model with an exhaustible resource and stock pollution

Ecological Economics  1997  Vol.23 (1)  pp. 35-43 (coauthored with Kavikumar and Satyanarayana Murthy).

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Household energy  womens hardship and health impacts in rural Rajasthan  India: need for sustainable energy solutions

(with Jyoti Parikh  Shyam Karmakar and Pramod Dabrase)  Energy for Sustainable Development  vol. 7 (1) pp 50 68  2003.  

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Exposure from cooking with biofuels: pollution monitoring  and analysis from rural Tamil Nadu  India

(with Jyoti Parikh  Kalpana Balakrishana and Haimanti Biswas)  Energy  vol. 26  pp 949-962  2001.  

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Biofuels  pollution and health linkages: A survey from rural Tamil Nadu

(with Jyoti Parikh)  Economic and Political Weekly  vol. 35 (47) pp 4125-4137  2000.  

Reddy Sudhakara.B

Energy  Environment and Development: A Technological perspective

Narosa Publishers (New Delhi)  2005

 

 

Institute of Economics Growth

 

 

 

 

 

Kanchan Chopra

 

Environment-Development Linkages: a dynamic modelling for a wetland eco-system

(with Saroj Adhikari) Environment and Development Economics (9) February 2004  Cambridge University Press  U.K.  

Kanchan Chopra

 

Ecology  Economics and the Environment

in Indian Society for Ecological Economics   Ecological Economics for Sustainable Development  Academic Foundation  2001  

S.C. Gulati

 

Accounting for Cost of Environmentally Sustainable Industrial Development in Measuring Green GDP: A Case Study of Thermal Power Generation in State of Andhra Pradesh in India

EAERE-2005  Bremen  Germany  23-26 June (Jointly with M.N.Murty)  2005.  

S.C. Gulati

 

Population  Development and Environmental Linkages in India

Population-Development Nexus in India (Eds) K.Srinivasan and Michael Vlassoff; Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd; New Delhi  pp.376-399  2001  

 

Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)

 

L Venkatachalam

 

Human Development  Environment and Poverty Nexus in India

Institute for Social and Economic Change  Report prepared for the United Nations Development Programme  New Delhi.2005  

 

Madras School of Economics

 

 

 

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with Brinda Viswanathan

Cooking Fuel Use Patterns in India : 1983-2000

Energy Policy  Vol. 33 (8)  2005

K.S. Kavi Kumar

Changing Structure of Income Indoor Air Pollution Relationship in India

Energy Policy , 2007 (Forthcoming)  

K.S. Kavi Kumar with Brinda Viswanathan

Does Environmental Kuznets Curve Exist for Indoor Air Pollution: Evidence from Indian Household Level Data

Working Paper No. 3  Madras school of Economics   2004  

K.S. Kavi Kumar

Impact of Economic Development and Urbanization on Coastal Zones

R. Ramesh and S. Ramachandran (ed.)  Coastal Urban Environment  Capital Publishers  New Delhi   2003.    

 

Shivaji University

P.A. Koli

Economic Development and Environmental Issues

Serials publications  New Delhi 2005  

   Environmental Valuation  

 

Institute/University

Author(s)

Title

Publication Particulars

 

A.V.C. COLLEGE (Autonomous)

N. Mukundan

Environmental Crisis and W.T.O

Peninsular Economist Vol XIII No 1 Trichy T.N 2002

 

Centre for Economic and Social Studies

 

V. Ratna Reddy

Achieving Global Environmental Benefits Through Local Development of Clean Energy: The Case of Small Hilly Hydel in India  

Energy Policy (Elsevier)  Vol. 34  No.18  4069-4080  2006.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aparna Sawhney

WTO Related Matters in Trade and Environment: Relationship between WTO Rules and Multilateral Environmental Agreements

Working Paper No. 133  Indian Council for Research on International Economic Research  New Delhi  2004. Reprinted as ICRIER WTO Research Series No. 5  2004.

 

Aparna Sawhney

How Environmental Provisions Affect Asian Developing Countries

Management Review Volume XV (1)  2003: 1118.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Preparing for Cancun Ministerial: The Environment Agenda

Focus WTO  Volume IV (5)  2003: 14.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Trade in Environmental Services: Opportunities and Constraints

(co-author R. Chanda)  Working Paper No. 102  Indian Council for Research on International Economic Research  New Delhi  2003.Reprinted as ICRIER WTO Research Series No. 3  2004.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Trade and Environment: Competing in a Global World

(co-author P. Jose)  Management Review  Volume XV (4)  2003: 8991.

 

Aparna Sawhney

GATT/WTO and Environmental Provisions in Seattle and Beyond:

The Unfinished Agenda  (ed. B. Bhattacharyya)  Indian Institute of Foreign Trade  2000: 191207.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Environment and Trade: Emerging Issues for Asia

 

Technical Paper #3  Regional Round Table From Development Aid to Economic Cooperation: Converging Paths to Environmental Sustainability in Asia  funded by the European Commission  Economic Planning Unit of Malaysia and APDC  2001.

 

Aparna Sawhney

Trade - Environment Linkages

 

The Issues from Indian Standpoint  Ministry of Commerce and the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade  June 1999.

 

Centre for International Trade and Development  JNU

Mehra Meeta K. and Das Satya P

North-South Trade and Pollution Migration: the Debate Revisited

ISBN 1-4020-0841-4. 2002

 

Centre For Policy Research

 

 

 

Lavanya Rajamani

 

Indias Negotiating Position on Climate Change: Legitimate but not Sagacious

CPR Issue Brief No. 2 Publication: 2007

 

Lavanya Rajamani

Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law 

Oxford Monographs in International Law Oxford University Press (2006).

 

Lavanya Rajamani

 

The Nature  Promise and Limits of Differential Treatment in the Climate Change Regime

16 Yearbook of International Environmental Law Vol. 16  2005

 

Lavanya Rajamani

 

Differential Treatment in International Environmental Law

Philippe Cullet (2003)  in 6 Environmental Law Review 288-291 (2004)

 

Delhi School of Economics

Shreekant Gupta

 

Climate Change Economics and Policy: An Indian Perspective

Shreekant Gupta  M. Toman and I. Chakravarty Oxford University Press  2004  xiv  366 p

 

Indian Institute of Management  Culcutta

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Moving the Mountains Up in the Global Environmental Agenda CDEP

Occasional Paper 03 (Kolkata  Indian Institute of Management Calcutta) 2004

  Indian Institute of Technology Bombay  

 

 

 

 

K. Narayanan

Impacts of Climate Change on Coastal Zones

[Jointly with Anand Patwardhan  D. Parthasarathy and Upasna Sharma] in Shukla  P. R. (et al.) [eds.] Climate Change and India: Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation  [Hyderabad: University Press and Orient Longman]  pp.326-59 (2003)

 

K. Narayanan

Assessment of Vulnerability of Indian Coastal Zones to Climate Change

Jointly with Anand Patwardhan  SJ Mehta SOM IIT Bombay in the Proceedings of the Workshop on Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation due to Climate Change on Indian Water Resources  Coastal Zones and Human Health  Indian Institute of Technology  Delhi  June 27-28  2003.

 

G.S. Haripriya

Implications of the Clean Development Mechanism for the rura livelihoods

Forest Policy and Economics: 329-343  2004

 

G.S. Haripriya and Yan Guo

Prototype carbon fund Incentive contract and Monitoring

Journal of Shanxi Finance and Economics University  August  2004

 

G.S. Haripriya

Implications of the Clean Development Mechanism for the rural livelihoods

Asia Research Centre  London School of Economics and Political Science  Working Paper  2002.

 

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR)

 

 

 

 

Babu P.G.(Dean)

Clean Development Mechanism: Issues and Options  in India and Global Climate Change

Toman  M. et al. (eds.)  Resources for the Future  Johns Hopkins University Press  Baltimore (coauthored with Kavi Kumar and Bibhas Saha). 2003

 

Babu P.G.(Dean)

Some issues in climate change decision making

International Journal of Environment and Pollution  1998  Vol. 9 (8)  pp.179-185.

 

Babu P.G.(Dean)

Climate change  North-South cooperation and collective decision making Post-Rio

Journal of International Development  1997  Vol. 9 (3)  pp. 403-413 (coauthored with J. Parikh and Kavikumar).

 

Babu P.G.(Dean)

Efficient Emission Reduction through Joint Implementation

Environment and Development Economics  1996  Vol.1 (4)  pp. 445-464 (coauthored with Bibhas Saha).

 

Reddy Sudhakara B.

Climate Change Mitigation and Business Opportunities  The Case of Household Sector in India

Energy for Sustainable Development Volume X No. 4  December 2006. 

 

Institute for Social and Economic Change

 

Nanjundaiah C

 

Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights and Protection of Indigenous Environmental Knowledge of Indigenous Communities

(2004) in Conference Volume by G. Gopal Reddy  Department of Economics  Osmania University.

 

Institute of Economics Growth

 

Kanchan Chopra

 

Environmental Regulations as Trade Barriers for Developing Countries: The Case of Some Agricultural Exports

(with R.N.Agarwal) Discussion paper 1999  Institute of Economic Growth  Delhi.

 

Madras School of Economics  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U. Sankar

Trade and Environment: A Study of Indias Leather Exports

Oxford University Press  2006.

 

U. Sankar

Trade Liberalization and Environmental Protection- Responses of Leather Industry in Brazil  China and India

Economic and political weekly  2006; 41 (24)

 

Mamatha Rao  N.

Karthikeyan and

B. Preethi

Diversity in Environmental Standards and

Competitiveness: A Temporal and Cross-Country Analysis of Global Leather Industry Supply Chain

Presented at the Third World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists at Kyoto  Japan  July 3-7  2006

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with S.Tholkappian

Relative Vulnerability of Indian Coastal Districts to Sea Level Rise and Climate Extremes

International Review of Environmental Strategies (forthcoming) 2007

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar

Towards Formal Framework of Vulnerability to Climate Change

NeWater Working Paper No. 1  Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research  2005

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with  L.Acosta-Michlik  R.J.T. Klein and S. Campe

Assessing State Susceptibility from a Socio-Economic Perspective for the Development and Application of Security Diagrams

EVA Working Paper No. 12  Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research  2004

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with P.G. Babu and Bibhas Saha

Clean Development Mechanism: Issues and Options

The Resources for the Future monograph entitled Climate Change Economics and Policy: Indian Perspectives Toman  M. (ed.)  Johns Hopkins University Press  Baltimore  2003

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar

Climate Change Impacts on India

The Resources for the Future monograph entitled Climate Change Economics and Policy: Indian Perspectives Toman  M. (ed.)  Johns Hopkins University Press  Baltimore  2003

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with J. Parikh

Socio-economic Impacts of Climate Change on Indian Agriculture

International Review of Environmental Strategies  Vol. 2(2)  2001

 

K.S. Kavi Kumar with J. Parikh

Indian Agriculture and Climate Sensitivity

Global Environmental Change  11(2)  2001

 

Rahul A. Shastri and Prabha Panth

 

GHG: Effects and Economic Determinants

N.C.Sahu and A.K.Choudhary (ed.) Dimensions of Environmental and Ecological Economics  New Age International  2000

 

Osmania University Andhra Pradesh

Prabha Panth

Global warming and International Agreements: Economic and Environmental implications

Southern Economist  15th Dec. 1999

   Global Environment Issues  

Institute/University

Author(s)

Title

Publication Particulars

Bengal Engineering and Science University

 

Madhumati Dutta

 

An Economic Evaluation of the East Calcutta Wetlands. Environmental Economics in India

Concepts and Problems (ed.) G Gupta & J. Roy  17-49  Allied  1999 (republication of the subsequent article)

Centre for Economic and Social Studies

 

 

 

V. Ratna Reddy

User Valuation of Renewable Natural Resources: Some Methodological Issues

Quarterly journal of International agriculture  (Frankfurt)  Vol. 37  No. 1  January-March  1998.

V. Ratna Reddy

Environment and Accountability: Impact of Industrial Pollution on Rural Communities

Economic and Political Weekly  Vol. XXXVII  No. 3  January 19-25  2002.

V. Ratna Reddy

User Valuation of Renewable Natural Resource: The User Perspective

Nova Science Publishers  Inc.  New York  2001.

Centre for International Trade and Development Jawaharlal Nehru University

Manmohan Lal Agarwal

Valuation of Environmental Effects

(with Gopal Kadekodi) in Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy December 2000.

Ethiraj College For Women

 

B. Dharmambal & V. Renuka Devi Gopinath

Environmental Health Indicators: Some Issues

Deep and Deep  2002  xvii510 p

S. Ratha

 

Environmental Impact on Health in the 21st Century  

Deep and Deep  2002 xvii 510 p

Indira Gandhi Agricultural University

 

Marothia. D.K. And Ganganee C.Samaraweera

 

Attaching Value to Renewable Natural Resources in Non Market Situation the Users Perspective

 

 

DANRE Policy Document Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.Indira Gandhi Agricultural University  Raipur Chhattisgarh 2002 pp 77  

Institute of Economics Growth

 

 

 

 

 

Kanchan Chopra

 

Valuation of Forest Resources

An Application of the Contingent Valuation Method with Gopal K. Kadekodi)  Institute of Economic Growth  Delhi Working Paper Series No. E/205/1999

B.N. Goldar

 

Valuation of Environmental Goods: Correcting for Bias in Contingent Valuation Studies based on Willingness-to-Accept

American Journal of Agricultural Economics  Volume 83  no. 21  February 2001  pp.150-56 (with Smita Misra). 

S.C. Gulati

 

Measuring Benefits from Reduced Air Pollution in the Cities of Delhi and Kolkatta in India Using Hedonic Property Prices Model

in Studies in Macroeconomics and Welfare (Eds.) B.B.Bhattacharya and Arup Mitra  Academic Foundation  New Delhi  pp.251-281. (Jointly with M.N.Murty and A.Banerjee)  2005.

S.C. Gulati

 

A Generalized Method of Hedonic Prices: Measuring Benefits from Reduced Urban Air Pollution

EAERE-2005; Bremen Germany  23-26 June. (Jointly with M.N. Murty)  2005

S.C. Gulati

 

Choosing Appropriate Functional Forms of Hedonic Price Equations in Hedonic Property Value Models: Measuring Benefits from Reduced Air Pollution in the Cities of Delhi and Kolkata in India

EAERE-2004  XIIIth Annual Conference Volume  Budapest  Hungary; European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics (EAERE). (Jointly with M.N.Murty and A.Banerjee)  2004.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering

 

 

 

Neelima S Naik

Noise Study of Two Traffic Junctions in Mumbai

Journal of Acoustical Society of India XXVI (3-4) 15-20 1998.

Neelima S Naik

Noise Assessment in a Pumping House and Workers Hearing Impairment-A Case Study

Journal of Acoustical Society of India XXVII (1-4) 161-164- 20 1999.

Neelima S Naik

Noise assessment  Audiometry of Traffic Personnel  and Community Survey at Two Traffic Junctions in Mumbai  

Proceedings of Inter-Noise 2000.

Prabha Panth

 

Economic Measures of Environmental Damage Costs 

 

N.C.Sahu and A.K.Choudhary (ed.) Dimensions of Environmental and Ecological Economics  New Age International  2000  

Osmania University Andhra Pradesh

 

Prabha Panth

Economic Measures of Environmental Damage Costs

co-author Rahul A.Shastri  both in N.C.Sahu and A.K.Choudhary (ed.) Dimensions of Environmental and Ecological Economics  New Age International  2000 (Forthcoming)

Periyar University

S. Rajendran

Pesticide spraying in Kerala Human cost & Environmental Loss  

EPW  June 8  2002. PP  2206-07

   Other Issues

Institute/University

Author(s)

Title

Publication Particulars

A.V.C. COLLEGE (Autonomous)  

N. Mukundan

Strategies for Safe Environment in Rural Areas

(International Interdisciplinary Journal of Man- Environment Relationship), Vol. 13 No 6: 443-447 December 2002 New Delhi.

N. Mukundan

Gandhian Approach to Environmental Protection, Gandhian Thought

Quarterly Tamil Journal) Vol 3 No 7 14 - 15 May 2002 Dindigul T.N

N. Mukundan

Rural Environmental Conditions: An Analysis in Environmental Issues

[(Ed)- M.A. Sudhir and Alakara Masilamani]  Reliance Publications  New Delhi 2003

Acharya Nagarjuna University

B. Sambasiva Rao

Agriculture India and Policy Performance

New Delhi, Serials Pub., 2003, xx, 274 p.,

Bengal Engineering and Science University

Madhumati Dutta

 

New Dimensions in Economic Thought: The Case of Environmental Economics  Thinking Economics  Changes in Thinking

Shubhendu Dasgupta (ed.)  Journal of the Alumni Association of the Economics Department  Calcutta University  95-109  2003

Bharathidasan University

 

 

 

 

M.Ravichandran

 

Environmental care at the household level

M Uma and C. Balasundaram (1997)  Kurukshetra  XLV(4&5): 87.

M.Ravichandran

 

Genetically Modified Organism: Economic and environmental implications?

Ravichandran  M  and Chellam Balasundaram  (2004)? Vol. 45 July-September 2004  No.2  pp 285-288.

M.Ravichandran

 

Narmada Issue: Environmental Implications of a Large Dam

Ravichandran.M  and Royal Edward William  (2007) Southern Economist  Volume 45  No.17  January 1  pp 7-9.

R. Mohanraj

 

Rapid Environmental Impact Assessment of a Foundry Equipped with Electric Induction Furnace

Azeez P A  R Sivakumar and R Mohanraj (2003). In Prospects and Problems of Environment Across the Millenium. Eds M.N. Madhyastha  K.R. Sridhar & Ahana Lakshmi. Daya Publishing House. Delhi.

Centre for International Trade and Development Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

Aparna Sawhney

Liberalization of Environmental Services

 

TERI and Ministry of Commerce  Indias submission at the Expert Meeting on Definitions and Dimensions of Environmental Goods and Services in Trade and Development  Palais des Nations  Geneva  2003.

Centre for International Trade and Development  JNU

Noronha  L  Kazi S and Mehra M

Building scenarios to address stakeholder concerns: description of a process

TERI. 2003

Centre For Policy Research

Lavanya Rajamani

 

Public Interest Environmental Litigation in India: Exploring Issues of Access  Participation  Equity  Effectiveness and Sustainability

Journal of Environmental Law (2007)

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

G.S. Haripriya

Crisis or Balance? A case study of India

Environmental Economics Unit  University of Gothenburg  Working Paper  2002.

Indira Gandhi Agricultural University

Marothia.D.K.

Institutional Arrangements for Self Governing Irrigation Systems

Paper Presented at Austrailan center for International Agricultural research (ACIAR) Water Policy workshop  Bangkok  Thailand Jun-8-9 2001

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Lack of energy  water  sanitation and its impacts in rural India

(with Jyoti Parikh and Kirit Parikh)  in India Development Report 2004 05   pp 86-95.

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Gender and health considerations for the petroleum product policy in India

(with Jyoti Patrikh)  Energia News  vol. 3 (2) pp 11-13  2000.

Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Indoor air pollution: a reflection of gender bias

(with Jyoti Parikh)  Economic and Political Weekly  vol. 34 (9)  pp. 539-544  1999.

Reddy Sudhakara B.

Hydrogen Energy For Indian Transport Sector: A Well-To-Wheel Techno-Economic and Environmental Feasibility Analysis

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR working paper WP-2007-004)

Sharma Vinod K

State of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) in India

International Journal of LCA  Vol.9  No.1  2004.

Sharma Vinod K

Handbook of Environment

Bookwell Publishers  January  2004.

Sharma Vinod K

Wastepaper In Mumbai (India): An Approach for Abridged Life Cycle Assessment

The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment  Int. J. LCA  5(1) 2A  12-18  2000.

Yedla Sudhakar

Issues in Urban Environmental Management

(Ed.) Special Issue of International Journal of Environment and Pollution  Inderscience publishers   Switzerland (2003)

Yedla Sudhakar

Urban Environmental Issues and Trends in Asia: An Overview

Imura  H.  Sudhakar Yedla  Memon  M.M.  Shirakawa  H.  Vol. 5  No.2  International Review of Environmental Strategies  IGES   Japan (2005)

Yedla Sudhakar

Development of Purpose Built Landfill System for the Control of Methane Emissions from Municipal Solid Waste

Sudhakar Yedla  Jyoti K. Parikh Waste Management  Elsevier Publishers (USA)  Vol. 22  No. 5  501-506 (2002).

Institute of Economics Growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bina Agarwal

 

Gender Inequality  Cooperation and Environmental Sustainability

 

Working Paper 02-10-058  Santa Fe Institute  New Mexico  November 2002; also forthcoming in an edited volume  Russell Sage. Also available on www.santafe.edu

Bina Agarwal

 

Conceptualizing Environmental Collective Action: Why Gender Matters

Cambridge Journal of Economics (Cambridge). 24 (3)  May 2000. 

Amita Baviskar

 

Cultural Politics of Environment and Development: The Indian Experience

Review of Development and Change. 11 (1): 1-14.2007

Amita Baviskar

 

Rethinking Indian Environmentalism: Industrial Pollution in Delhi and Fisheries in Kerala

(with Subir Sinha and Kavita Philip) in Joanne Bauer (ed.) Forging Environmentalism: Justice  Livelihood and Contested Environments. ME Sharpe: New York 2006

Amita Baviskar

 

Written on the Body  Written on the Land: Violence and Environmental Struggles in Central India

Nancy Peluso and Michael Watts (eds) Violent Environments. Cornell University Press: Ithaca.2001

Amita Baviskar

 

The Dialectics of Environmentalism

K. Giri (ed.) Rethinking Social Transformation. Rawat Publications: Jaipur.2001

Amita Baviskar

 

Claims to Knowledge  Claims to Control: Environmental Conflict in the Great Himalayan National Park  India

Roy Ellen  Peter Parkes and Alan Bicker (eds) Indigenous Environmental Knowledge and its Transformations: Critical Anthropological Perspectives. (Studies in Environmental Anthropology Vol. 5). Harwood Academic Press: Amsterdam.2000

Kanchan Chopra

 

Evaluation of watershed programmes in India

a review in J.Farrington  C. Turton and A.J. James edited  Participatory Watershed Development: Challenges for the twenty-first century  Oxford University Press  New Delhi  1999.

Kanchan Chopra

 

Environmental Issues in South Asia: Theory  Policy and Institutions for Governance

Paper presented at National Seminar on Economy  Society and polity in South Asia held at Institute of Economic Growth  Delhi  November  1999. Working Paper Series No. E/206/2000.

Vikram Dayal

Social diversity and ecological complexity: how an invasive tree could affect diverse agents in the land of the tiger

Environment and Development Economics (2007), 12: 553-571 Cambridge University Press

Institute of Rural Management Gujarat  India

Pramod Kumar Singh

Plants as Indicators of Air Pollution: An Indian Experience

Singh  Pramod K (2005) The Indian Forester. 131(1): 71- 80.

Jadavpur University  Calcutta

Joyashree Roy

Environmental Economics in India- Concepts and Problems 

Allied Publishers Ltd.  Calcutta 700 032. (co-editor  Gautam Gupta) 1999

Loyola College (Autonomous)

T. Eugine

Environmental Economics

Virunda Publications  New Delhi  2002.

Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS)

L Venkatachalam

 

Behavioral Economics for Environmental Policy: A Critique

Ecological Economics (Elsevier)  2006

 

L Venkatachalam

Environmental Economics and Ecological Economics: Where They Can Converge

Ecological Economics Volume 61  Issues 2-3  1 March 2007  Pages 550-558

Madras School of Economics

 

 

U. Sankar

Environmental Economics

Oxford University Press  Delhi  2000.

U. Sankar

Economic Liberalization  Environmental Policy in India and Globalization

C. Tisdell and R.K. Sen (eds.) Economic Globalization  Edward Elgar  2004

National Institute of Industrial Engineering

 

 

 

 

Neelima S Naik

Eco-industrial Estate Management - A case Study

Seema Unnikrishnan.  G. Deshmukh] Resources  Energy and Development  1:75-90  2004.

Neelima S Naik

Indian Women and Environment: Vulnerability  Efforts and Opportunities

with Vijaya Gupta  and Meenal Shrivastava] Interdisciplinary Environmental Review  Vol.6 (No.2)  2004.

Seema Unnikrishnan

Environmental Performance Evaluation

Journal - Udyog Pragati  Apr. 1999.

 Shirish Sangle

 

Evaluation of Life Cycle Impacts: Identification of Societal Weights of Environmental Issues in the National Capital Region of India

P. Ram Babu and P. KhannaInternational Journal of Life Cycle Assessment  1999  Vol. 4  No. 4  221-228

Osmania University

 

Prabha Panth

 

Globalisation and Sustainable Development: Economic and Environmental Conflicts

Accepted for publication by INSEE  Sage PUblications. New Delhi, Sage, 2007

Shivaji University

 

 

P.A. Koli

 

Environment and women development

Journal of Shivaji univ. no.33-2000

P.A. Koli

 

Coastal Environment

Journal of Shivaji Univ. 2003

University of Jammu

Falendra K. Sudan

Food Security  Agricultural Biotechnology and IPRs

 

Journal of Economics and Business  Vol. 2  No.2  2003

 

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