Category: Articles in Academic Journals

Agarwal, B., & Dorin, B. (2019). Group farming in France: Why do some regions have more cooperative ventures than others?. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 51(3), 781-804.

Agarwal Bina, Dorin Bruno, 2019. “Group Farming in France: Why do some regions have more cooperative ventures than others?”, Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space,  pp. 1-24 (pre-publication online). Abstract: The global debate...

Gravel, N., Marchant, T., & Sen, A. (2018). Conditional expected utility criteria for decision making under ignorance or objective ambiguity. Journal of Mathematical Economics , 78, 79-95.

Abstract We provide an axiomatic characterization of a family of criteria for ranking completely and/or ambiguous decisions. A completely uncertain decision is described by the set of all its consequences (assumed to be finite)....

Al Dahdah, M., Kumar, A., & Quet, M. (2018). Empty stocks and loose paper: Governing access to medicines through informality in Northern India. International Sociology, 33(6), 778-795.

By Marine Al Dahdah, Aalok Kumar, Mathieu Quet. Based upon research in the state of Bihar, India, this article argues that informal access to medicines in Northern India is a core element of the...

Romeo-Aznar, V., Paul, R., Telle, O.& Pascual, M. (2018). Mosquito-borne transmission in urban landscapes: the missing link between vector abundance and human density. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 285(1884), 20180826.

With escalating urbanization, the environmental, demographic, and socio-economic heterogeneity of urban landscapes poses a challenge to mathematical models for the transmission of vector-borne infections. Classical coupled vector–human models typically assume that mosquito abundance is...

India and Africa in the Global Agricultural System (1960-2050): Towards a New Sociotechnical Regime?” by Bruno Dorin

Dorin Bruno, 2017. “India and Africa in the Global Agricultural System (1960-2050): Towards a New Sociotechnical Regime?”, Economic & Political Weekly, LII:25-26, June 24,  pp. 5-13. The asynchronous but somewhat similar agricultural trajectories of...

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

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...