For a complete listing
of all publications, please see my cv.
Poverty Amid Plenty in the New India, Cambridge University Press, 2012
Introduction - State-Directed Development: Political Power and Industrialization
in the Global Periphery, Cambridge University Press, 2004 (winner,
Charles Levine Award 2005, International Political Science Association;
Honorable Mention, Mattei Dogan Award 2005, The Society for Comparative
Research; Selected for Choice's "Outstanding Academic Titles, 2006" in
Introduction - The State and Poverty in India: The Politics of Reform,
Cambridge University Press, 1987, 1989, 2006 (also republished in India).
Introduction - The Success of India's Democracy, Cambridge University
of Economic Growth in India, 1980-2005, Part I: The 1980s," Economic
and Political Weekly, April 1, 2006.
of Economic Growth in India, 1980-2005, Part II: The 1990s and Beyond," Economic
and Political Weekly, April 8, 2006.
"The Role of Theory in Comparative Politics: A Symposium," (coauthored
with six other authors), World Politics, October 1995, pp. 1-49. (access
restricted to institutions subscribing to Project Muse)
"Where Do High Growth Political Economies Come From: The Japanese
Lineage of Korea's 'Developmental State,'" World Development, September
1994, pp. 1269-93 (also reprinted in an edited volume).
"Politics of Economic Liberalization in India," World Development,
March 1989, pp. 305-28 (also reprinted in two edited volumes)
"Nationalist Versus Dependent Capitalist Development: Alternate Pathways of Asia and Latin America in a Globalized World," Studies in Comparative International Development, Sept 2009, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p368.