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26 August 2009

Australia South Asia Research Centre (ASARC)


26 Aug 2009

Australia South Asia Research Centre, RSPAS, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU, Canberra, Australia.

"The Australia South Asia Research Centre (ASARC) was established as an initiative of the The Arndt-Corden Division of Economics through the Strategic Development Fund of the Institute of Advanced Studies, and with financial assistance from the Department of Employment, Education and Training. It was inaugurated in April 1994 by a past-President of India, His Excellency Dr KR Narayanan.
Countries in South Asia comprise India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives. The Centre is dedicated to research on the economics and politics of development in the South Asia region. [...] The primary aims of the Centre are: # to study the economic development and political economy of South Asia, particularly of India, taking into account Australia's national interests, and the dynamics of economic cooperation and interaction in the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean regions # to provide a focus for scholarly interest across disciplines in South Asia throughout The Australian National University # to develop a database on the South Asian economies # to establish research linkages with South Asian research and teaching institutions, and with Australian institutions with research interests in South Asia [....]."

Site contents:
* Staff; * Upcoming Events (incl. Indian Economy & Business Update 2009 http://rspas.anu.edu.au/asarc/update/registration.php); * Rajiv Gandhi Chair; * Narayanan Lectures;
* Publications (## Working Papers: 2009# 2009/14 - MANOJ K. PANDEY - On Ageing, Health and Poverty in Rural India - # 2009/13 - MANOJ K. PANDEY, PRAKASH SINGH and RAM ASHISH YADAV - Domestic Violence and Women's Health in India: Evidence from Health Survey1 - # 2009/12 - MANOJ K. PANDEY - Maternal Health and Child Mortality in Rural India - # 2009/11 - MANOJ K. PANDEY - Labor Force Participation among Indian Elderly: Does Health Matter? - # 2009/10 - MANOJ K. PANDEY - Association between Marital Status and Health: Examining the Role of Age and Gender1 - # 2009/9 - MANOJ K. PANDEY - Poverty and Disability among Indian Elderly: Evidence from Household Survey - # 2009/8 - MANOJ K. PANDEY AND CHARANJIT KAUR - Investigating Suicidal Trend and its Economic Determinants: Evidence from India - # 2009/7 - PRAKASH SINGH and MANOJ K. PANDEY - Structural Break, Stability and Demand for Money in India1 - # 2009/6 - DESH GUPTA - India: The Weakening of the Congress Stranglehold and the Productivity Shift in India - # 2009/5 - KALIAPPA KALIRAJAN,SHASHANKA BHIDE and KANHAIYA SINGH - Development Performance Across Indian States and The Role of the Governments - # 2009/4 - RAGHAV GAIHA, VANI S. KULKARNI, MANOJ K. PANDEY and KATSUSHI S. IMAI - On Hunger and Child Mortality in India - # 2009/3 - RAGHAV GAIHABR, VANI S. KULKARNI, MANOJ K. PANDEY and KATSUSHI S. IMAI - National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Poverty and Prices in Rural India - # 2009/2 - MD. SHAFIUL AZAM and KATSUSHI S. IMAI - Vulnerability and Poverty in Bangladesh - # 2009/1 - RAGHBENDRA JHA - The Global Financial Crisis and Short-run Prospects for India, ## Working papers: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, ## Other Publications: Conference papers, Publications for sale);
* Book Reviews; * Focus & Research; * Links [South Asia Research Centres and Areas of Interest in: Australia, India, Sweden, UK, USA]; * Search ASARC.

URL http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/asarc/

Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/asarc/

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