Research programs

Dengue spatial analysis in Delhi (Analyse de l’Emergence de ...
Dengue, a viral infection transmitted by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, is a rapidly growing public health problem in tropical and sub-tropical countries. An estimated 2.5 billion people live in affected areas according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). The annual number of dengue infections is estimated to be 70 million to 500 million according to the Dengue Vaccine Initiative (DVI)
SUBURBIN – Subaltern Urbanization in India
The SUBURBIN project questions both the scholarly representation and the measurement of the ongoing process of shift from rural to urban areas. It seeks to counter a vision of urbanization as reduced to a process of agglomeration and a competition between global cities. The project’s hypothesis is that there exists a diversity of trajectories of urbanization, which it seeks to understand with a fo...
The village of Palanpur, in Moradabad District, Uttar Pradesh, has been the subject of close study by economists since the late 1950s. Five waves of intensive field-level data collection have occurred in the villages in the years 1957/8, 1962/3, 1974/5, 1983/4 and 1993. A great deal of analysis has been carried out with these data. Bliss and Stern (1982) and Lanjouw and Stern (1998) provide deta...







Archived Research Programs

Palanpur is a small village in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It was first studied by the Agricultural Economics Research Centre (AERC) o...
Two interrelated themes are explored in this project. The first is: ‘Political lobbying and its impact on economic disbursements from the centre to th...
Energy resources play a fundamental role in economic development and poverty reduction. In most Southern countries, the challenge rests on the capacit...
Defining the body politics and the perimeter of the nation is an ever-evolving task for policy makers and governments. In the past decades, the surge ...
This project is part of bigger, ANR-funded study leading to the publication of an Atlas of e-diasporas which will attempt to map the online presence o...
After the end of the Cold War, the development of ethno-nationalist movements in conjunction with the rise of international migrations has led to an i...
Chance2Sustain addresses how governments and citizens in cities with differing patterns of economic growth make use of participatory spatial knowledge...
This project theoretically examines the potential effect of product patent on the availability of an essential drug in developing countries like India...
The object of this research project is to examine how best the Indian Drugs and the Pharmaceutical firms are performing in the post reform era. The im...
This project deals with religious minorities in contemporary India. These minorities account for nearly 20% of the Indian population, out of which Mus...