Capturing Institutional Change: Case of Right to Information Act in India, Oxford University Press (October 2020)
Public Policy and Governance in India: Persistence and Change, Book Contract with Palgrave Macmillan (London) in the Pivot series ( Forthcoming : Manuscript under preparation)
Jivanta Schottli and Himanshu Jha (eds.), Globalization and Governance in India (Accepted by Routledge, Taylor and Francis) – ( Forthcoming )
Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)
“Institutional Change in the Welfare Regime in India: Broadening the Dominant Narratives” (Review article), Indian Politics & Policy, Volume 2,Issue 2, Fall 2019
“Ideas and Policy Paradigms: Explaining the fall of welfare politics in West Bengal”, Indian Politics & Policy, Volume 2, Issue 2, Fall 2019
“The BJP’s Puzzling Victory: Was it About Hindu Nationalism?”, The Washington Quarterly (Invited)
“Untangling Global-Local Linkages: The Case of the Right to Information Act in India”, India Review, Volume 18, Number 1, January–February 2019
“State Processes, Ideas, and Institutional Change: The Case of the Right to Information Act in India”, Pacific Affairs Volume 91 (2) (June 2018)
“Institutional Progression of the Right to Information Act: Emerging Politics of Accountability” (Special Article), Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 53, Issue 10, (March 2018)
“Bureaucratic Rationality, Political Will and State Capacity: MGNREGS in Undivided Andhra Pradesh” (co-authored), Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 52 (49) (December 2017)
“Institutions of Intergovernmental Relations in the Federal Framework of Australia and India”, Indian Journal of Federal Studies 8 (2) (2003).
“Policy Impact on Institutions of Federal Financial Transfers in Australia and India”, Indian Journal of Public Administration Volume 50 (3), Special Number on “Management of Central and State Finances: Present Status and Future Prospects”, July –October 2004.
“India and Bangladesh in Climate Change Finance: From Structural Conflict to Embedded Liberalism” (With Rahul Mukherji), In, Global Governance, Tim Büthe (ed.), Oxford University Press (Forthcoming)
“The State, Ideas and Welfare in India: Reflections on Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal” (With Rahul Mukherji), In, Vidu Verma (ed.), State in India: Reflections on Contemporary Politics, Orient Blackswan
“Emerging Politics of Accountability: Sub-national Reflections from Bihar.” In: Sekher M., Carciumaru R. (eds) Including the Excluded in South Asia.pp 173-191. Springer, Singapore
“Policy As Instrument for Reconciling Diversity: Experience of the Indian federal System”, Chapter in Policy Issues in Federalism: International Perspectives. Editors: John Kinciad and Rupak Chattopadhyay. Forum of Federations, Canada, Viva Books 2008.
Contributed in Global Civil Society Yearbook 2009, “National Social Watch Coalition in India: A tool for governance Accountability”, Published jointly by London School of Economics and Political Science; Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and Centre for Social Investment, Heidelberg University. Sage. May 2009.
“Privatization in Federal Systems: Electricity Sector in Australia and India”, in an edited Volume Public Governance And Decentralization, edited by S.N.Mishra and S. Mishra (New Delhi: Mittal Publications 2003).
Multi-Book Review Freud’s Mahabharata and Freud’s India: Sigmund Freud and India’s First Psychoanalyst Girindrasekhar Bose, by Alf Hiltebeitel, New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. In Journal of Asian Studies , (Forthcoming March 2021 )
How India became democratic: Citizenship and the making of the universal franchise, by Ornit Shani, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018.In Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, Mar 2020
The Rise of the Hybrid Domain: Collaborative Governance for Social Innovation, by Yuko Aoyama with Balaji Parthasarathy. Edward Elgar, 2016 .In Journal of Southeast Asian Economies Vol. 36/1 Apr 2019
Markets and Indigenous Peoples in Asia: Lessons from Development Projects. By Dev Nathan, Ganesh Thapa, Govind Kelkar with Antonella Cordone. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012. In Journal of Southeast Asian Economies 31(1) April 2014.
Sahoo, Sarbeswar (2013). Civil Society and Democratization in India: Institutions, Ideologies and Interests. Abingdon, Oxon. Routledge. In Asian Journal of Social Science 42, 2014.
Corbridge Stuart, Harris John, and Jeffery Craig (eds.) (2013) India Today: Economy, Politics and Society. Cambridge, UK. Polity Press. In Asian Journal of Social Science 41 (2013)
Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty by Acemoglu Daron and James.A.Robinson . New York, Crown Business 2012. In ASEAN Economic Bulletin 29(2). August 2012.