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When do firms go green? Comparing command and control regulations with price incentives in India

There are two commonly accepted views about command-and-control (CAC) environmental regulation. First, CAC delivers environmental outcomes at very high...

Is anti-coal anti-poor? Constructing a transnational narrative for climate justice

India’s long-held global position – that of needing to grow to lift millions out of poverty – has now been ‘appropriated’ by corporations mining coal in Australia, and Australian governments committed to keeping Australia in ‘the business of coal’. With China’s coal demand falling in absolute terms, Australia, owing to its vast reserves, and India owing to its demand, stand out as the only two countries proceeding with major coal developments.

Urbanising the rural: reflections on India's National Rurban Mission

India’s development trajectory is marked by growing economic prosperity but high inequality, which often exacerbates the existing rural–urban divide. One...

India's approaches to the South China Sea: priorities and balances

The research inquiries into New Delhi’s current approaches to Maritime Asia regional security in general and the South China Sea from the perspective of...

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