Category: Interviews

Olivier Telle’s article on Infectious diseases in The Conversation

Olivier Telle’s article on Infectious diseases in The Conversation

Abstract:  Human societies have seen a significant decrease in mortality from infectious diseases over the past century. However, we must still struggle with ongoing pathologies we once thought were under control (cholera, tuberculosis, plague,...

le développement du nord-est de l\’inde : une politique d\’intégration régionale qui conforte sa marginalisation, par xavier houdoy, ifg

le développement du nord-est de l\’inde : une politique d\’intégration régionale qui conforte sa marginalisation, par xavier houdoy, ifg

En janvier 2015, le ministre du Développement du Nord-Est Jitendra Singh annonce le lancement de « Make in Northeast », initiative régionale s’inspirant du vaste programme de développement de l’industrie nationale « Make in India » voulu par...

developing north-east india: the regional integration policy confirms its marginalization, by xavier houdoy, ifg

developing north-east india: the regional integration policy confirms its marginalization, by xavier houdoy, ifg

In January 2015, the Minister of Development of North Eastern Region (MDONER) announced the launch of the “Make in Northeast” initiative, a regional policy inspired by the vast national industrial development program known as...

Discussions with Prof Surinder S Jodhka

Discussions with Prof Surinder S Jodhka

Prof Surinder S. Jodhka appears recently in different TV shows, you will find all the videos below (click on links to open): 1°) A discussion in English on the subject question of banning meat...

Urban inequality rising far more in India: François Bourguignon

Published in LiveMint on friday 22/05/2015, interview of François Bourguignon on growing inequality and the challenges it poses François Bourguignon, emeritus professor of economics at the Paris School of Economics, is one of the foremost experts...

Only if daddy says ‘yes’, by Parul Bhandari

Only if daddy says ‘yes’, by Parul Bhandari

This saturday 13th of december, Parul Bhandari, a postdoctoral fellow at CSH, wrote an article in the Indian Express : Introduction:  Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ), one of Indian cinema’s most iconic movies, has...

‘Aux sources du capitalisme indien’ Un entretien avec Claude Markovits par Jules Naudet

Référence : http://www.laviedesidees.fr/Aux-sources-du-capitalisme-indien.html Aujourd’hui la 10e puissance mondiale en termes de valeur nominale du PIB, l’Inde reste largement absente des travaux comparatifs sur les variétés du capitalisme contemporain. L’historien de l’économie Claude Markovits revient ici...

An interview with Roland Lardinois by Jules Naudet

This interview was first published in the 8th newsletter of the CEIAS: http://ceias.ehess.fr/docannexe/file/2763/the_ceias_newsletter_n8.pdf Interview with ROLAND LARDINOIS Jules Naudet 1° You began your academic career as a demographer, spent the major portion of your career...

Indian Special Economic Zones: The Difficulties of Repeating China’s Triumph

Indian Special Economic Zones: The Difficulties of Repeating China’s Triumph

About the Author: Claudia Astarita is Adjoint Professor of Politics of China at John Cabot University, of Asian Studies al LUISS University, and International Relations Analyst (India) at Centre for Military and Strategic Studies...