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Power Politics: Equity and Environment in Electricity Reform
- N. Dubash
- 1 June 2002
Understanding the rise of the regulatory state of the South
This paper, and the special issue it introduces, explores whether, and how, the rise of the regulatory state of the South, and its implications for processes of governance, are distinct from cases in… Expand
Tubewell capitalism: groundwater development and agrarian change in Gujarat.
- N. Dubash
This is a detailed and timely study of the development of groundwater use and the implications of its depletion in agrarian societies. The volume is based on fieldwork in Gujarat and highlights… Expand
The politics of climate change in India: narratives of equity and cobenefits
- N. Dubash
- 1 May 2013
India occupies an intriguing dual position in global climate politics—a poor and developing economy with low levels of historical and per capita emissions, and a large and rapidly growing economy… Expand
Economic and Political Weekly Special Articles I I I I I Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Power Politics Process of Power Sector Reform in India
T he electric power sector in India is in a state of upheaval. Over the decade of the 1990s, the long-held belief in public ownership and operation of this critical sector has been eroded. In its… Expand
Measuring the Co-Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation
Co-benefits rarely enter quantitative decision-support frameworks, often because the methodologies for their integration are lacking or not known. Expand
The right conditions: the World Bank, structural adjustment, and forest policy reform.
A watershed in global governance? An independent assessment of the World Commission on Dams.
From Margins to Mainstream? State Climate Change Planning in India as a 'Door Opener' to a Sustainable Future
Climate change is likely to hinder India’s achievement of development objectives, underscoring the need to dovetail climate planning in larger national and sub-national policy processes. In 2009, the… Expand