India’s Response to the Global Financial Crisis: – From Quick Rebound to Protracted Slowdown in Unexpected Outcomes- How Emerging Economies Survived the Global Financial Crisis edited by Carol Wise et al, Brookings 2015.
Absolute or Relative Gains? How Status Quo and Emerging Powers Conceptualize Global Finance, with Leslie Elliott Armijo in Thomas Oatley and William Winecoft, eds. Handbook of the International Monetary and Financial Systems. Edward Elgar. 2014.
Politics of Market Micro-Structure: Towards a New Political Economy of India’s Equity Market Reform in India’s Economic Transition: The Politics of Reforms edited by Rahul Mukherji, Oxford University Press 2007 328-58.
Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston MA September 3-6- 1998
India: Financial Globalization, Liberal Norms, and the Ambiguities of Democracy Forthcoming in Financial Globalization and Democracy in Emerging Markets edited by Leslie Elliott Armijo, New York: St. Martin’s, 1998.
Forthcoming in Governance in India, Southeast Asia, and the United States: Common Challenges into the 21 Century edited by Satu Limaye, New York: Asia Society, 1998.
The Wholesome Dialect: Politics in India and India in the Study of Politics in
India: Commemorative Volume.
Edited by Joseph Elder, Edward Dimock, and Ainslie Embree. New Delhi: Manohar, 1998.
Politicians’ Incentives to Reform: Globalization, Partisan Competition and the Paradox of India’s Economic Reform
Essay under submission for publication.