Category: Articles in Academic Journals

CSR public policies in India’s democracy: ambiguities in the political regulation of corporate conduct, by Damien Krichewsky

CSR public policies in India’s democracy: ambiguities in the political regulation of corporate conduct, by Damien Krichewsky

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/bap.2017.2 Published online: 20 March 2017 The rise of public policies in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) suggests a reassertion of state power over a phenomenon initially designed to weaken public authorities. But...

Widespread fear of dengue transmission but poor practices of dengue prevention: A study in the slums of Delhi, India by Eric Daudé

Widespread fear of dengue transmission but poor practices of dengue prevention: A study in the slums of Delhi, India by Eric Daudé

by Éric Daudé, Sumit Mazumdar and Vandana Solanki http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0171543 This study has been conducted to throw light on the knowledge and practices related to dengue fever among the poor population living in Delhi’s slums. Materials A household...

Pour une sociologie transdisciplinaire et non impériale by Joel Cabalion

Pour une sociologie transdisciplinaire et non impériale by Joel Cabalion

By: Joel Cabalion In : in Regards Sociologiques, N°37-38 (« Production culturelle et ordre symbolique Year : 2007-11   French translation of « Transdisciplinarity as a non imperial encounter: for an open sociology »...

Seed Wars and Farmers’ Rights: Comparative Perspectives from Brazil and India” by Karine Peschard

Seed Wars and Farmers’ Rights: Comparative Perspectives from Brazil and India” by Karine Peschard

Karine Peschard is a postdoctoral researcher at The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva, and an associate researcher at the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH), Delhi. She conducts research on...

A spatial agent-based simulation model of the dengue vector Aedes aegypti to explore its population dynamics in urban areas – By Eric Daudé and Somsakun Maneerat – May 2016

A spatial agent-based simulation model of the dengue vector Aedes aegypti to explore its population dynamics in urban areas – By Eric Daudé and Somsakun Maneerat – May 2016

MOMA (Model Of Mosquito Aedes) is a spatially explicit agent-based simulation model of Aedes aegypti female mosquito, the dengue vector. The model aims to produce statistical data on mosquito behaviours and population dynamics that...

Combating Dengue in India – Challenges and Strategies by Eric Daudé

Combating Dengue in India – Challenges and Strategies by Eric Daudé

The limited official data available on dengue in India fails to define its epidemiological profiles. However, it reveals how little has been done in the surveillance of this disease at the level of the states,...

Emergence, diffusion et déclin d’un réseau de cliniques franchisées en Inde” by Lefebvre, Bertrand

Emergence, diffusion et déclin d’un réseau de cliniques franchisées en Inde” by Lefebvre, Bertrand

Published in Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography, document 710 http://cybergeo.revues.org/26756 Le franchisage est devenu une stratégie courante dans le développement de réseaux commerciaux. Alors que la science de la gestion s’est intéressée aux raisons...

Bus Porters’ Petition for Aadhaar – A Political Analysis: Tarangini Sriraman

Bus Porters’ Petition for Aadhaar – A Political Analysis: Tarangini Sriraman

Published in Kafila on February 22, 2015 Barely six years into its introduction, the Aadhaar project, otherwise known as the Unique Identification (UID) project has been studied and critiqued extensively – its promises to strengthen welfare delivery,...

Lost in transition? Comparing strategies of electricity companies in Delhi”Criqui L and M-H Zérah

Lost in transition? Comparing strategies of electricity companies in Delhi”Criqui L and M-H Zérah

Abstract This paper examines the notion of energy transition when implemented by private utilities. In 2000, the Delhi government privatized electricity distribution to three private distribution companies. Most research was concerned with the impact...