IIT Madras – Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Humanities & Social Sciences

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

|    Papers [Scopus Author ID: 54387099900 ; ORCID iD 0000-0002-7484-3866]

  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2020): The Corrosive Compromise of the Sino-Indian Border Management Framework: From Doklam To Galwan, Asian Affairs, Routledge: Taylor and Francis, URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03068374.2020.1804726​.
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2019), “The Case for a Pragmatic India-Taiwan Partnership,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, April 2019.
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2018) “India–China Border Dispute: Boundary-Making and Shaping of Material Realities from the Mid-Nineteenth to Mid-Twentieth Century”, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Cambridge University Press,  28 (1), 135-159.
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2017) “India-China Border Dispute: A Historical Enquiry on the Political Selection of Boundary Lines”, ISAS Insights, No. 433, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2017), “Pursuing spatial agglomeration economies at the India-China border regions”, Journal of comparative politics and global governance (bijiao zhengzhi yu quanqiu zhili), Vol.2, July 2017, Political Science Institute, East China University of Political Science and Law Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2016) Assessing Sino-Indian Economic Relations in an Interdependence Framework: 1992-2008, Economic and Political Studies, Taylor & Francis, 3:1, 129-159
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2015) “The US pivot and rebalancing in Asia: an economic assessment”, in The US Rebalance and the Asia- Pacific Region, Centre for Public Policy Research, 2015, ISBN 978-81-930004-2-7
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2013) “India–China economic relations: trends, challenges and policy options”, ICS Occasional Paper # 6, December 2013, The Institute of Chinese Studies
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2013) India–China Trade at the Borders: challenges and opportunities, Journal of Contemporary China, Taylor & Francis, 22:82, 691-711
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2012) “Post-ECFA Outlook for the relationship across the Taiwan Strait”, Issues & Studies, Vol 48, No 4, December 2012
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2012) “South Asian trade: Where does China fit in?”, South Asian Journal, Vol 37, July 2012: pp 91-114, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2012) “‘Social Capital’ and its Significance in Reimagining Chindia”, Strategic Analysis, January 2012, Volume 36, No 1, pp 23-29, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, UK
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2012) Review Essay of China, India And Beyond: Development Drivers and Limitations by Natalia Dinello and Wang Shaoguang (eds; 2009), Global Development Network Series: Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK, in China Report, 2012, Vol 48, No 1&2, pp 219-223, SAGE
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2012) “China’s economic growth: Retrospect and Outlook” in China Yearbook 2011, New Delhi: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, April 2012
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2011) “China’s response to the global economic crisis: An Indian perspective”, China Public Administration Review, Volume 11, 2011, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, China
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2011) “Democracy and Economics in Taiwan” in Daniel Stockemer (ed; 2011), Democratization Around the World: New Insights from South East Asia, Turkey, Kosovo, Taiwan and Ghana [Hardcover], New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 109-139, USA
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (with Jiyong Jin; 2011), “Infectious Diseases and Securitization: WHO’s Dilemma”, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science, June 2011, Vol. 9, No. 2: 181-187, USA
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2009) “Fighting the recession: the Elephant and the Dragon”, South Asian Studies Quarterly, No 137: 2, April-June 2009, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China
  • Joe Thomas Karackattu (2008) “The 2008 Referendum: A Test for Cross-Strait economic interdependence”, China Report, Vol. 44, No. 1 (Jan-March), 2008, SAGE Publications

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