Publications

Publications

ATREE students and researchers produce a range of outputs including peer-reviewed journal articles, discussion papers, books and popular articles.

Book Chapters

India: Special Role and Responses, In: Climate Change Science and Policy. S. H. Schneider, A. Rosencranz, M. D. Mastrandrea and K. Kuntz-Duriseti (Eds). Island Press, Washington, D.C. 2010, pp.323-331.
India: Special Role and Responses, In: Climate Change Science and Policy. S. H. Schneider, A. Rosencranz, M. D. Mastrandrea and K. Kuntz-Duriseti (Eds). Island Press, Washington, D.C. 2010, pp.323-331.
NTFPs in India: Policies and Experiences. (Eds) Sarah A. Laird, Rebecca McLain, and Rachel P. Wynberg., Wild Product Governance: Finding Policies that Work for Non-Timber Forest Products. Earthscan, London.
Reflections on Interdisciplinarity in Environmental Economics in India., In: Handbook of Environmental Economics in India. Kanchan Chopra and Vikram Dayal (Eds), Oxford University Press, pp.305-325
Non-Timber Forest Products Conservation, Management and Policy in the Tropics, ATREE, Bangalore.
Re-visioning the Watershed Development Programme in India, in G. K. Kadekodi and B. Viswanathan (Eds.), Agricultural Development, Rural Institutions, and Economic Policy: Essays for A.Vaidyanathan, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.152-175.
Reorienting the Watershed Development Programme in India; Approaches, Outcomes & Impact Assessment, in Sudha Menon and Pheba Anandan Pillai (Eds.), Watershed Management-Concepts and Experiences in (2008), ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, pp. 27-55.
The ecology of income: can we have both fruit and forest?. Rangarajan, M. and Shahabuddin, G. (Eds), Making Conservation Work. Permanent Black, New Delhi.
Tribal Development and Conservation in a Wildlife Sanctuary, Gender and Social Inclusion for Sustainable Livelihoods, Page 7-17
Interdisciplinarity as a Three-way Conversation: Barriers and Possibilities, in Pranab Bardhan and Isha Ray (Eds.), The Contested Commons: Conversations between Economists and Anthropologists, pp.187-207, Blackwell, Oxford, U.K.

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