Research Scholars Publications

  1. “Risky Expertise in Chinese Financialisation: Returned Labour and the State-Finance Nexus,” in Asian Affairs, 52(2), Taylor & Francis, pp. 509-510, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  2. “Lukas K. Danner. 2018. China’s Grand Strategy: Contradictory Foreign Policy?,” in Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, Sage Publications, pp. 124-137, April 2020. by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  3. “Ethical Considerations and Issues on Blockchain Technology-Based Systems in War Zones: A Case Study on Syria,” in Saravanan Krishnan et al. (eds.). (2020). Handbook of Research on Blockchain Technology, London: Academic Press (Elsevier), pp. 1-34, ISBN: 978012819816, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  4. “Innovation in China: Challenging the Global Science and Technology System,” in Asian Affairs, 50(4), Taylor & Francis, pp.656-657, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  5. “Big Data, Climate Smart Agriculture and India-Africa Relations: A Social Science Perspective” in P.K. Pattnaik et al. (eds.) (2020), IoT and Analytics for Agriculture, Studies in Big Data 63, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., pp. 113-137, ISBN: 978-981-13-9177-4, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  6. “Book Review:  New Regional Initiatives in China’s Foreign Policy: The Incoming Pluralism of Global Governance.” in Asian Affairs, 50(3), Taylor & Francis, pp. 456-458, August 2019, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  7. “Book Review:  The Black Social Economy in the Americas: Exploring Diverse Community Based Markets.” in Journal of Black Studies, 50(6), Sage Publications, pp. 602-606, September 2019, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  8. “Future ‘Gateway’ to the India-China Economic Corridor: A Strategic Approach.” Strategic Analysis, 43(2), pp. 160-167, April 2019, Routledge, by Ramnath Reghunadhan.
  9. What matters for environmental quality in the Next Eleven Countries: economic growth or income inequality? by Hemachandra Padhan, Ilham Haouas, Bhagaban Sahoo & Almas Heshmati (
  10. Does skewed pattern of income distribution matter for the environmental quality? Evidence from selected BRICS economies with an application of Quantile-on-Qauntile regression (QQR) approach by HrushikeshMallicka, HemachandraPadhanb & Mantu KumarMahalik (
  11. Healthcare financing in South-East Asia: Does fiscal capacity matter? by Deepak Kumar Behera & Umakant Dash  (
  12. The impact of macroeconomic policies on the growth of public health expenditure: An empirical assessment from the Indian states by Deepak Kumar Behera & Umakant Dash (
  13. Examining the state-level heterogeneity of public health expenditure in India: an empirical evidence from panel data by Deepak Kumar Behera; Umakant Dash – International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management (IJHTM), Vol. 17, No. 1, 2018 (
  14. Subramani, S., The moral significance of capturing micro-inequities in hospital settings, Social Science & Medicine (2018), doi:0.1016/j.socscimed.2018.05.036. Available at:
  15. Subramani, Supriya . Patient autonomy within real or valid consent: Samira Kohli’s case. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 3 (NS), p. 184, jan. 2017. ISSN 0975-5691. Available at:


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