PUBLICATIONS IN BOOKS AND JOURNALS
Amitabh – The Making Of A Superstar. Penguin. Delhi.2006
PUBLICATIONS IN BOOKS:
- “ “Anthony Gonsalves” in Non-Fiction Writings. Penguin. Delhi. 2008
- “Sociology of Stars in Hindi Cinema” in Sociology of Globalization. Ed Sakarama and Ganesha Somaiyaji. Rawat. Delhi. 2006.
- Encyclopaedia Britannica. Hindi Cinema. Form And Ideology Of The Hindi Commercial Cinema. 2003.
- “Globalization And The Future of Backward Class Politics In India.” In Backward Classes In India. Ed B.V.Bhosale. Deep and Deep. Delhi. 2003.
- “The TVE Edge – Understanding China’s Economic Miracle”. in Chinese Odyssey – Mao To Market . Country Series. ICFAI. Hyderabad. 2001.
- “Survey Of Food Consumption And Nutrients In Slum Areas Of South Calcutta.” In West Bengal – A Socio-economic Profile. Ed Goutam Sarkar. Institute For Studies In Social And Economic Development. Kolkata. 1998.
ARTICLES ON ECONOMICS:
- Air India Strike and the Plot Against the PSUs. Governance Now. May 16-31. Vol. 2. Issue 08. 2011.
- The Structural Crisis Of The World Steel Industry. EPW, 2-8 August, 2003.
- Prospects For The Revival Of Indian Industry, in conversation with ICFAI. ICFAI Reader. Hyderabad. October, 2002.
- Globalization And The Cement Industry, EPW, 7-13, September, 2002.
- Consolidating Reforms – Analysis Of The Union Budget of 2002-03. co-authored with Nitin Shah and Pitabas Mohanty. Analyst.. Hyderabad. April, 2002.
- Recession – End In Sight?, co-authored with Stephen C. Cecchetti, Edward Yardeni, Claude Smajda and Sudipa Majumdar. Analyst. Hyderabad. March 2002.
- Agenda For The Union Budget. Analyst. Hyderabad. February, 2002.
- Reforms Roadmap. Co-authored with Saby Ganguly, Uttam Gupta, Parag Parikh and Kiran Nanda. Analyst. Hyderabad. August, 2001.
- Global Steel Industry. Analyst.. Hyderabad. April, 2001.
- Is Steel Too Soft To Compete? Business Standard, 1st February, 2001.
- The Global Recession – Basic Issues Facing The Steel Industry. JPC Bulletin. April-May 1999. Kolkata.
ARTICLES ON SOCIOLOGY:
- Bhadrolok Mein Sendh – Mamata Banerjee (Hindi). Edit page. Amar Ujala. Hindi Daily. 15th October, 2010.
- The Nation As A Team, Citizens As Players, Development as A Game – The Cultural Ramifications of Globalization. India economy Review, 2008. IIPM, Delhi. August 2008.
- Why Does The Media Not Have A Theory? – A Possible Reply. Economic And Political Weekly, 23rd June, 2001.
- Civil Society Through Clear Eyes. Economic And Political Weekly. 30th September, 2000.
- Theorizing Post-coloniality : Some Comments. Newsletter of the Research Committee on Theory, Concepts And Method. Indian Sociological Society. CSSS, Kolkata. August, 2000.
- Newness And Respect For Academic Tradition In India Sociology. Sociological Bulletin. September, 1998.
- Understanding Marriage And Legitimacy. Current Anthropology. Vol 39 No 3. June 1998.
- The State Resurrected – A Theory Of The Modern State Under Globalization. Economic And Political Weekly. 14th February, 1998.
- Redeployment Of The Feminine. Economic And Political Weekly. 25th June, 1998.
ARTICLES ON THE CINEMA:
- Uttam Kumar – A Sociological View Of The Bengali Culture In The Aftermath of Partition. Tehaai. Kolkata. Special Issue. Uttam Kumar. July 2009.
- Sarkar – Re-presenting Amitabh Bachchan. EPW. Mumbai. 19th September 2005.
- Social And Cultural Conceptions Of The Body. The Journal. Psychology Foundation Of India. Delhi. December, 2001.
- The Crorepati Phenomenon – Viewer Analysis Of “Kaun Banega Crorepati” on Star Plus Channel. Lights Camera Action. Mumbai. May-June, 2000.
- The Greatness And Limitations Of Amitabh Bachchan – An Analysis Of The Debates In “Mohabbatein”. Lights Camera Action. Mumbai. May-June, 2000.
- How Do People Really Watch Films – A Study Of Fiza. Lights Camera Action. Mumbai. November-December,1999.
- New Economic Policies And Dalits. Ed. P.G.Jogdanand . 2000. Sociological Bulletin.Vol 51, No 1. March 2002.
- Viramma. Viramma, Racine and Racine. 2000. Economic And Political Weekly. 10th June, 2001.
- Living With Modernity. Javeed Alam. 1998. Biblio, nos 1& 2. January-February, 2000.
- Income, Poverty And Beyond – Human Development In India. Ed Raja Chelliah et al. 1999. Economic And Political Weekly. 11th December, 1999.
- Social Structure And Change Vol 5. Religion And Society. Essays In Honour Of M.N.Srinivas. ed A.M.Shah et al. Summerhill.Vol IV, No 2 Indian Institute Of Advanced Studies. Shimla. December 1998.
- Women Reborn. Renuka Singh. 1997. Sociological Bulletin. Vol 46, No 2. September 1997.
- Remaking The Nation – Study Of Bollywood Remakes. International Conference on Social Sciences, Sri Lanka. July. 2008.
- Work And Wealth. Changing Nature Of Occupational Mobility Under Globalization. All India Sociological Conference. IIT Kanpur. December. 2002.
- Globalization And The Changing relationship Between The Global And The Local. All India Sociological Conference. IIT Kanpur. December. 2002.
- Exploring the Capitalist Roots Of Marginalization. National Seminar On Marginalization And Technology. Jadavpur University, Kolkata. November, 2002.
- Globalization And The Media. Guest Lecture. Academic Staff College. 44th Social Sciences Refresher Course. October. 2002.
- Non-Performing Assets Of The Indian Steel Industry. Institute of Economic Growth. October, 2002.
- Globalization And Its Trade-offs. Indian Sociological Conference, Amritsar. December, 2001.
- Globalization And The Prospects of The Marginalized Groups. Indian Sociological Conference, Amritsar. December, 2001.
- Future Of Backward Classes Under Globalization. Department Of Sociology. University of Pune. February, 2000.
- Estimation And Forecast Of Steel Consumption In Housing Through The Census Data. Institute Of Architects. Mumbai. August, 1999.
- Estimation Of Growth Of Prosperity In Rural Households Through The Study Of Income Class Data. Steel Scenario. February, 1996.
- Popular Conceptions Of Illiteracy And The Popular Consciousness – Study Of Kabir. Centre For Historical Studies. Jawaharlal Nehru University. March, 1994.
- Counterfinality Of Sati – Study Of “Antarjali Jatra”, a film by Goutam Ghosh. Centre For The Studies In Social Systems. Jawaharlal Nehru University. December, 1989.
Web Publications: India Infoline, 2000-01.
- 62. PAPERS ON THE STEEL INDUSTRY:
- Myth Of The Per Capita Consumption Of Steel
- Differences In The Behaviour Of Domestic Prices Of Steel Across Major Cities Of India.
- High Costs Of Inputs, Depressed Prices Of Output.
- Ignore Prices – Alternative Measures Of Market Buoyancy.
- Firmer Steel Prices, Weaker Cement Prices.
- Ask For A Lower Burden Of Interests And Not Lower Interests.
- Problem Of Value Growth In The Indian Steel Industry.
- The Importance Of Value-addition In The Indian Steel Industry.
- Bail-out For The Steel Industry May Be Through Modernization And Not The Market.
- The Mystery Of The Growing Non-Performing Assets.
- The Hub Of Technology – The Key To Competition.
- Why Consolidations Is Not A Solution To The Steel Industry’s Problems
- Resolving The Problem Of Over-capacity Through Knowledge.
- The Pricing Behaviour Of Indian Firms
- How Do Firms Invest In India
- Growth Of Firms In Defiance Of Economic Theory
- The Macro-economic Model Of Mr Yashwant Sinha
- Rates Of Interests – Nominal vs real
- Savings – How They Have Worked For East Asia
- The Old Economy vs The New Economy – Why The Service Sector May Not Be The Best Option.
- Response Of GDP With The Individual Components Of Capital Formation
- Removal Of Quantitative Restrictions – Who Loses And Why?
- Nasty Nasdaqs And Frightening Fridays: How Adversities In The Stock Market May Work Well For India
- Nasdaq’s Crash – Jobless Growth.
- The New World Trade – Decisive Importance Of The Non-traded Sectors