This research questions the nature of the contemporary Indian state, its relationship to neoliberalism, implications for the poor, and governance in relation to settlements and the urban poor.
Studies-Published dateWednesday, March 2, 2016 - 05:00
Changes, continuities, contestations : tracing the contours of Kamathipura's precarious durability through livelihood practices and redevelopment efforts
This is a case study of Kamathipura, a dense, crumbling neighbourhood located in the heart of the island city of Mumbai, and one of Asia’s largest and oldest red light districts with a reputation synonymous with urban poverty, filth, crime, and imPublished dateWednesday, March 2, 2016 - 05:00
By tackling the relationship between state, market and politician, researchers present a plea to policy makers to dismantle the practice of redevelopment as it is currently undertaken.Published date2016
Improving data collection and management for health surveys in developing countries using new information and communication technologies : IDRC final technical report (7 August 2007 to 9 January 2009)
The project developed a user-friendly hand-held computer (or personal digital assistant, PDA)-based data management system for collection and analysis of medical field survey data.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2009 - 05:00
The explosive growth of India's economy has led to a proliferation of insurance companies and a dire need for actuarial professionals.