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SUBJECT INDEX

ACCOUNTABILITY

1507 Hickey, Sam and King, Sophie

Understanding social accountability: politics, power and

building new social contracts.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1225-1240.

1508 Sugiyama, Natasha Borges

Pathways to citizen accountability: Brazil's Bolsa

Familia.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1192-1206.

ADDICTION

1509 Iyer, Krishna, Mehta, Snehal and Lobo, Aninha

The perceptions of family functioning among addicts and

their codependents.

Indian Journal of Social Work, 76(4), 2015(Oct):

p.591-608.

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

1510 Bell, Joanna

The doctrine of legitimate expectations: power-

constraining or right-conferring legal standard?

Public Law, 3, 2016(July): p.437-455.

ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM

1511 Chahande, Sanjay

Imperative Indian administrative reforms: an impossible

agenda?

Artha Vijnana, 57(3), 2015(Sep): p.165-192.

1512 Gonzalez, Camilo Ignacio and Verhoest, Koen

Recent evolution of public sector structure in Latin

America: describing and explaining shifts in autonomy

trends in Colombia and Venezuela.

Public Administration and Development, 36(1), 2016(Feb):

p.35-50.

This article has two objectives. The first objective is

to review and assess the recent evolution of agency

design in Colombia and Venezuela. More specifically, we

study the agencies' formal autonomy in these two

countries since the year 1999 when Venezuela experienced

a major change in government policy towards socialism.

Thus, we attempt to explore how this policy change is

reflected in the formal autonomy of agencies. Our second

objective is to test if, despite the differences in

policy choices the two countries have taken in the recent

years, there are theoretical factors related to the

agencies' design that can explain the level of formal

autonomy of the agencies. The results show two main

elements: first, even though the patterns of formal

agency autonomy in Colombia and Venezuela differed before

Venezuela's latter policy change, the differences between

these two countries have increased since 2000. This

indicates that each country's policy preferences may

account for the differences. Second, for both countries,

we found that, despite the differences, agency level

factors such as the primary tasks that are performed by

the agencies and the policy sector in which they are

active have had an impact on their level of formal

autonomy. However, the results indicate that these

relationships do not follow the predictions that have

been made based on the different theoretical

perspectives. - Reproduced.

1513 Krotel, Sarah M.L. and Villadsen, Anders R.

Employee turnover in hybrid organizations: the role of

public sector socialization and organizational

privateness.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p167-184.

1514 Turrini, Alex and Valotti, Giovanni

Public management reforms in Italy: a renaissance

revival?

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

p.393.

1515 Ugyel, Lhawang



Convergences and divergences of public sector reform in

Bhutan: dynamics of incremental and transformational

policies.

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

2016(Jun): p.118-130.

The convergence-divergence debate in public sector reform

is ongoing, with evidence of both trajectories being

prevalent empirically. Convergence-divergence at the

start of the reform trajectory examines the similarity of

the contents and the objectives of the reforms compared

to best practices; and convergence-divergence at the end

point examines the similarity of the outcomes of the

reforms with their objectives. This article considers the

convergence-divergence debate in public sector reform and

examines when convergence and divergence occur along the

reform trajectory. In doing so, the article uses as a

case study the implementation of the position

classification system (PCS) which was introduced in

Bhutan in 2006. The PCS comprises a bundle of reforms

that can be categorised as incremental and

transformational. The experience of the PCS highlights

the dynamics of incremental and transformational reforms,

and explains why transformational reforms often lead to

divergence. The article, in using a case study of a

country that is relatively understudied, contributes to

the extant literature on comparative public

administration. It extends what is known about the

convergences and divergences of public sector reforms by

highlighting the importance of institutional and cultural

contexts in the implementation of transformational

reforms.

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

1516 Saz-Carranza, Angel, Iborra, Susanna Salvador and Albareda,

Adria


The power dynamics of mandated network administrative

organizations.

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

p.449-462.

In understanding what drives the development of network

administrative organizations (NAOs) in mandated networks,

power bargaining is central. The authors execute a

comparative longitudinal case study of NAOs in two policy

mandated networks. The article focuses specifically on

the role of power in these developments and concludes

that differences in NAO development arise from power

dependencies, which are attributable in part to sector

characteristics. It is proposed that mandated network

members greater interdependence and greater dependence

on external nonmembers, as well as whole network

dependence on external actors, partly determine mandated

networks NAO design. These networks will have larger and

more capable NAOs (with more staff), accept sharing

control of the NAO executive with the mandating party,

and have broader responsibilities. - Reproduced.

AGRARIAN STRUCTURE

1517 Bhue, Chitrasen and Vijay, R.

Importance of landowning non-cultivating households: some

more evidence.

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

p.19-21.

1518 Satendra Kumar

Agrarian transformation and the new rurality in western

Uttar Pradesh.

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

p.61-71.

1519 Yadu, C.R. and Satheesha, B

Agrarian question in India: Indications from NSSO's 70th

round.


Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.20-23.

AGRICULTURAL MARKETS

1520 Chand, Ramesh

A platform for national agricultural market.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(28), 2016(9 Jul):

p.15-18.

1521 Purohit, Purnima

Measurement of regulations of the agricultural produce

markets: an application to Indian states.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(28), 2016(9 Jul):

p.36-45.

AGRICULTURE

1522 Bustos, Paula, Caprettini, Bruno and Ponticelli, Jacopo

Agriculture productivity and structural transformation:

evidence from Brazil.

American Economic Review, 106(6), 2016(Jun): p.1320-1365.

1523 Chakraborty, Debasis and Kuri, Pravat Kumar

Agricultural efficiency and rural-urban migration: a

micro study in West Bengal.

Man and Development, 38(2), 2016(Jun): p.35-50.

1524 Chand, Ramesh and Srivastava, S.K.

Disadvantaged agricultural regions: is there a way

forward?

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 71(1), 2016(Jan

Mar): p.36-48.

1525 Deshpande, R.S.

State, Agriculture and policymaking.

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 71(1), 2016(Jan

Mar): p.1-35.

1526 Ghose, Arpita and Bhattacharyya, Debjani

Role of public expenditure and institutional reforms in

explaining technical efficiency in agriculture: an Indian

experience .

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 71(1), 2016(Jan

Mar): p.65-77.

1527 Mishra, J.P.

Agriculture and farmers well being: present scenario.

Yojana, 60, 2016(Jun): p.11-14.

AIDS


1528 Sahu, Skylab

Gender and HIV/AIDS: a comparative study of civil society

organisations from Karnataka and West Bengal.

Indian Journal of Social Work, 76(2), 2015(Apr):

p.279-292.

AIR POLLUTION

1529 Benerjee, Debolina

Assessment of urban air pollution near schools, and

health exposure: a study on school children in Kolkata,

W.B.


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

p.155-164.

ALCOHOLISM

1530 Berends, Lynda, Ritter, Alison and Chalmers, Jenny

Collaborative governance in the reform of western

Australia's alcohol and drug sector .

Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(2), 2016

(Jun): p.137-148.

1531 Sanjeev Kumar and Prakash, Nishith

Bihar alcohol ban: good intentions, impractical policy.

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

p.13-15.

ARABS

1532 Elharathi, Milad



Leaderless Arab revolts: the deep state vis-a-vis the

conspiracy theory.

World Affairs, 20(2), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.90-107.

1533 Ghoble, Vrushal T.

The Arab uprisings and energy security: implications for

Gulf oil.

World affairs: The journal of international issues, 20

(2), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.124-141.

1534 Mohiuddin, Asif

The Arab uprisings: regional and global repercussions.

World Affairs, 20(2), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.72-88.

ARCHITECTURE

1535 Tu, Phan Anh

The significance of Naga in Thai architectural and

sculptural ornaments.

Dialogue, 17(4), 2016(Apr-Jun): p.154-175.

ARMED FORCES

1536 Chambers, Paul and Waitoolkiat, Napisa

The resilience of monarchised military in Thailand.

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 46(3), 2016(Aug):

p.425-444.

1537 Vombatkere, S.G.

The Supreme Court speaks: ending impunity for the armed

forces.


Mainstream, 54(32), 2016(30 Jul): p.8-12.

AUDITORS

1538 Roy, Mitrendu Narayan and Saha, Siddhartha Sankar

Statutory auditors independence in India: an empirical

analysis from the stakeholders interest perspectives.

Vikalpa, 41(1), 2016(Jan-Mar): p.28-50.

AUTHORITARIANISM

1539 Albrecht, Holger and Ohl, Dorothy

Exit, resistance, loyalty: military behavior during

unrest in authoritarian regimes.

Perspectives on Politics, 14(1), 2016(Mar): p.38-52.

1540 Huskey, Eugene

Authoritarian leadership in the post-communist world .

Daedalus, 145(3), 2016(Summer): p.69-82.

BACKWARD CLASSES

1541 Kumbhar, Sitaram

Everyday Dalit experiences of living and the denials.

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

p.13-15.

1542 Mukherjee, Riya and Jha, Smita

The consciousness of Dalit selfhood: narration of history

in Dalit autobiographies.

Indian Journal of Social Work, 76(4), 2015(Oct):

p.507-520.

1543 Naik, Purnachandra

Baluta and Joothan amid humiliation.

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

p.19-21.

1544 Radhika Kumar

Stooping to conquer: Jats and reservations in Haryana.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.15-18.

1545 Rajeevan, B.

Bridging the Dalit-left liberal divide: language of

recent student protests.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(32), 2016(Aug):

p.15-17.

1546 Ram, Ronki

Sacralising Dalit peripheries: Ravidas Deras and Dalit

assertion in Punjab.

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

p.32-39.

1547 Satish Kumar

On the question of backwardness.

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

p.18-20.

1548 Sharma, Satish K.

Persisting hierarchies, perpetuating inequalities,

historically lived realities of Dalits in rural Himachal

Pradesh.

Sociological Bulletin, 65(1), 2016(Jan-Apr): p.69-88.

1549 Singh, Shashi Bhushan

Living together separately: Dalits in an emergent

collectivity in a Rajasthan village.

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

p.65-72.

1550 Teltumbde, Anand

Dalit protest in Gujarat.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(32), 2016(Aug):

p.10-11.

1551 Teltumbde, Anand

Modi faux pas on Ambedkar.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.23-25.

1552 Teltumbde, Anand

On reservations.

Mainstream, 54(1), 2015(26 Dec): p.71-80.

1553 Teltumbde, Anand

Rohith Vemula's 'dalitness'.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(28), 2016(9 Jul ):

p.10-11.

BAILEY, F.G.

1554 Otten, Tina and Simpson, Edward

F.G. Bailey's Bisipara revisited.

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

p.25-32.

BANKCRUPTCY

1555 Marsellou, E.G. and Bassiakos, Y.C.

Bankrupt households and economic crisis. Evidence from

the Greek court.

Journal of Consumer Policy, 39(1), 2016(Mar): p.41-62.

1556 Bijay Kumar

The insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2015: a game-changer

for ease of doing business and growth of bond market?

(note).

Indian Journal of Public Administration, 62(2), 2016(Apr-

Jun): p.324-327.

BANKS


1557 Chavan, Pallavi

Regional divide in banking development in Maharashtra.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(30), 2016(23 Jul):

p.46-56.

1558 Harnay, Sophie and Scialom, Laurence

The influence of the economic approaches to regulation on

banking regulations: a short history of banking

regulations.

Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(2), 2016(Mar):

p.401-426.

1559 McCabe, Darren

Numericalizing the other: a critical analysis of a

strategy discourse in a UK bank.

Organization, 23(4), 2016(Jul): p.525-549.

1560 Singh, Dilpreet and Sandhu, Namrata

Measures of bank growth - an Indian perspective.

Jaipuria International Journal of Management Research, 2

(1), 2016(Jan-Jun): p.24-37.

BASIC NEEDS

1561 Arjun Kumar

Regional variations in access to basic amenities in India

Man and Development, 38(2), 2016(Jun): p.51-78.

BIOSAFETY

1562 Schulze, Kai and Tosun, Jale

Rival regulatory regimes in international environment

politics: the case of bio-safety.

Public Administration, 94(1), 2016: p.57-72.

BLACK MONEY

1563 Arun Kumar, Dharan, Sunil and Ahuja, Astha

Impact of the black economy in India: brief report of a

seminar.

Mainstream, 54(1), 2015(26 Dec): p.108-112.

BONDED LABOUR

1564 Li, Tania Murray, Pelletier, Alexandre and Sangadji,

Arianto

Un-free labour and extractive regimes in colonial Java and

beyond.

Development and Change, 47(3), 2016(May): p.598-611.

BRAIN RESEARCH

1565 Devi, Rashmi Rekha

Brain based learning: innovations in teaching and

learning.

University News, 54(27), 2016(4 Jul): p.20-22.

BUDDHISM

1566 Kim, Hyun Mee

Becoming a city Buddhist among the young generation in

Seoul .

International Sociology, 31(4), 2016(Jul): p.450-466.

1567 Sood, Vishal

Buddhism in Punjab.

Man in India, 96(4), 2016(Oct-Dec): p.951-962.

BUDGETS


1568 Balakrishnan, Pulapre

Budget without heft.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.26-28.

1569 Franesco, Michael Di

Rules and flexibility in public budgeting: the case of

budget modernisation in Australia.

Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(2), 2016

(Jun): p.236-248.

1570 Himanshu

Rural push in budget 2016-17: rhetoric versus reality.

Economic and Political weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.36-38.

1571 Karnik, Ajit and Lalvani, Mala

Lacking in substance.

Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 2016(16 Apr):

p.32-35.

BUILDING MATERIALS

1572 Staples, Warren and Dalrymple, John

Construction procurement and state government strategy:

aligned or disconnected?

Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(2), 2016

(Jun): p.222-235.

BUREAUCRACY

1573 Becker, Sascha O.

The empire is dead, long live the empire long-run

persistence of trust and corruption in the bureaucracy.

Economic Journal, 126(590), 2016(Feb): p.40-74.

We hypothesise that the Habsburg Empire with its well-

respected administration increased citizens' trust in

local public services. In several Eastern European

countries, communities on both sides of the long-gone

Habsburg border have shared common formal institutions

for a century now. We use a border specification and a

two-dimensional geographic regression discontinuity

design to identify from individuals living within a

restricted band around the former border. We find that

historical Habsburg affiliation increases current trust

and reduces corruption in courts and police.

Falsification tests of spuriously moved borders,

geographic and pre-existing differences and interpersonal

trust corroborate a genuine Habsburg effect. -

Reproduced.

BUSINESS CYCLES

1574 Challe, Edouard and Ragot, Xavier

Precautionary saving over the business cycle.

Economic Journal, 126(590), 2016(Feb): p.135-164.

1575 Mosley, Paul and Chiripanhura, Blessing

The African political business cycle: varieties of

experience.

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

p.917-932.

CAPITALISM

1576 Bhambhri, C.P.

Globalised monopoly capitalism and Indian society.

Social Scientist, 44(5-6), 2016(May-Jun): p.65-70.

CASH TRANSFERS

1577 Adato, Michelle, Devereux, Stephen and Sabates-Wheeler,

Rachel

Accessing the 'right' kinds of material and symbolic



capital: the role of cash transfers in reducing

adolescent school absence and risky behaviour in South

Africa.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1132-1146.

1578 Adato, Michelle, Barahona, Oscar Morales and Roopnaraine,

Terence

Programming for citizenship: the conditional cash

transfer programme in EL Salvador.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1177-1191.

1579 Attah, Ramlatu et al

Can social protection affect psychosocial wellbeing and

why does this matter? lessons from cash transfers in Sub-

Saharan Africa.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1115-1131.

1580 Jones, Nicola et al

Transforming cash transfers: citizens' perspectives on

the politics of programme implementation.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1207-1224.

1581 Molyneux, Maxine, Jones, Nicola and Samuels, Fiona

Casn cash transfer programmes have 'trransformative'

effects?

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1087-1098.

1582 Pavanello, Sara et al

Effects of cash transfers on community interactions:

emerging evidence.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1147-1161.

1583 Samuels, Fiona and Stavropoulou, Maria

'Being able to breathe again': the effects of cash

transfer programmes on psychosocial wellbeing.

Journal of Development Studies, 52(8), 2016(Aug):

p.1099-1114.

CHILD LABOUR

1584 Ganotra, Komal

Flawed child labour law amendment.

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

p.19-21.

CHILD MORTALITY

1585 Chen, Alice, Oster, Emily and Williams, Heidi

Why is infant mortality higher in the United States than

in Europe?

American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 8(2), 2016

(May): p.89-124.

CHILD WELFARE

1586 Julien-Chinn, J. and Lietz, Cynthia A.

Permanency-focused supervision and worker's self-

efficacy: exploring the link.

Social Work, 61(1), 2016(Jan): p.37-44.

1587 Khadi, P.B., Kavitha, P. and Mokashi, M.V.

Study of impact of ICDS on nutritional status among

toddlers.

Man and Development, 38(2), 2016(Jun): p.137-142.

1588 Lee, Kyunghee

Impact of Head Start's entry age and enrollment duration

on children's health.

Social Work, 61(2), 2016(Apr): p.137-145.

1589 Nair, K.S., Tiwari, V.K. and Raj, Sherin

Vouchers for reproductive and child health services:

demand side financing scheme in Uttrakhand, India.

Artha Vijnana, 57(1), 2015(Mar): p.21-36.

1590 Nepal, Apsara Karki

The impact of international remittances on child outcomes

and household expenditures in Nepal .

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

p.838-853.

CHRISTIANS

1591 Goh, Daniel PS.

Secular space, spiritual community and the hybrid

urbanisms of Christianity in Hong Kong and Singapore.

International Sociology, 31(4), 2016(Jul): p.432-449.

1592 Hoon, Chang-Yau

Religious aspirations among urban Christians in

contemporary Indonesia.

International Sociology, 31(4), 2016(Jul): p.413-431.

1593 Lynn, Monty L.

Congregational aid: North America protestant engagement

in international relief and development.

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

p.965-985.

CHURCH AND STATE

1594 Chan, Shun-hing

Changing church-state relations in contemporary China:

the case of Wenzhou Diocese.

International Sociology, 31(4), 2016(Jul): p.489-507.
CIVIL LAW

1595 Kumar, Alok Prasanna

Uniform civil code: a heedless quest?

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

p.10-11.

1596 Pinto, Ambrose

Debate on uniform civil code.

Mainstream, 54(32), 2016(30 Jul): p.25-26.

CIVIL SERVICE

1597 Hearty, Kevin

Legislating hierarchies of victimhood and perpetrators:

the civil service (special advisers) act (Northern

Ireland) 2013 and the meta-conflict: conflict

Social and Legal Studies, 25(3), 2016(Jun): p.333-353.

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