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Agrawal, Pradeep, et al. (eds). Economic restructuring in East Asia and India: perspectives on policy reform. International Political Economy Series. New York: St. Martin’s Press; London: Macmillan Press; in association with the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1995.

Ayres, Robert U. Turning point: an end to the growth paradigm. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998.

Bhalla, A.S. Uneven development in the third world: a study of China and India (2nd edn). New York: St. Martin’s Press; London: Macmillan Press, 1995.

Chacko, K.C. Economic development of India and experiences from other major economically deve-loped countries. New Delhi: Vikas, 1997.

Cheong, Yong, Mun and V.V. Bhanoji Rao (eds). Singapore-India relations: a primer. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1995.

Custers, Peter. Capital accumulation and women’s labour in Asian economies. London: Zed Books, 1997.

Dasgupta, Biplab. Structural adjustment, global trade and the new political economy of development. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1998.

Dubey, Muchkund and Nancy Jetley (eds). South Asia and its eastern neighbour: building a relationship in the 21st century. New Delhi: Konark Publishers, 1999.

Dubey, Muchkund, et al. (eds). South Asian growth quadrangle: framework for multifaceted cooperation. New Delhi: Macmillan, 1999.

Dunning, John H. and Rajneesh Narula (eds). Foreign direct investment and governments: catalysts for economic restructuring. Studies in International Business and the World Economy. London and New York: Routledge, 1996.

Dutt, Amitava Krishna and Kwan S. Kim. Market miracle and state stagnation? The development experience of South Korea and India compared, in Amitava Krishna Dutt, Kwan S. Kim and Ajit Singh (eds), The state, markets and development: beyond the neoclassical dichotomy. Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1994.

Dutta, M. et al. (eds). Asia-Pacific economic community? Research in Asian economic studies, vol. 6. Greenwich, Conn. and London: JAI Press, 1995.

Field, Graham. Economic growth and political change in Asia. New York: St. Martin’s Press; London: Macmillan Press, 1995.

Gelman, Yoram. Economic growth and the interaction between human and physical capital: the influence of foreign direct investment in India and Singapore. New York University, Ph.D., 1995.

Ghatak, Subrata and Utku Utkulu. Trade and exchange rate liberalisation: the experience of Turkey, Malaysia and India, in Aldcroft, Derek-H, Catterall, Ross E, (eds). Rich nations-poor nations: the long-run perspective. Cheltenham, U.K.: Elgar; distributed by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1996.

Ghoshal, Baladas (ed). India and Southeast Asia: challenges and opportunities. New Delhi: Konark Publishers, 1996.

Guha, Ashok. A Pacific model for the Indian eco-nomy? The Korean paradigm as a lesson for India, in M. Dutta and R. Shiratori, (eds), Asia-Pacific economies: 1990s and beyond. Research in Asian Economic Studies, vol. 5. Greenwich, Conn. and London: JAI Press, 1994.

Gupta, Satya Dev, with Nanda K. Choudhry (eds). Dynamics of globalization and development. Recent Economic Thought Series. Boston: Dor-drecht; London: Kluwer Academic, 1997.

Jomo, K.S. Tigers in trouble: financial governance, liberalisation and crisis in East Asia. Zed Books: U.K., 1998.

Rosen, George. Japanese economic development and Indian economic growth, in George Rosen, Economic development in Asia. Aldershot, U.K., 1996 (previously published in 1955).

Schechter, Michael G. (eds). Future multilateral- ism: the political and social framework. London: Macmillan, 1999.

Schrader, Heiko. Changing financial landscapes in India and Indonesia: sociological aspects of monetisation and market integration. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997.

Singh, Jasjit (ed). Bridges across the Indian Ocean. New Delhi: IDSA, 1997.

Singh, Jasjit et al. (ed). Nuclear India. New Delhi: Know-ledge World, 1998.

Subramaniam, Subitha. Stock markets, banking institutions, and economic growth in India and Malaysia. Duke University, USA, Ph.D., 1996.





Abdalla, Issam S.A. and Victor Murinde. Exchange rate and stock price interactions in emerging financial markets: evidence on India, Korea, Pakistan and the Philippines. ‘Applied Financial Economics’ 7(1): February 1997: 25-35.

Abreu, R. Indian professionals: pick of the east. ‘India Today’: 31 July 1994: 60-61.

Aggarwal, N. New Delhi embraces the ‘look east’ policy. ‘The Straits Times’: 15 August 1994.

Agrawal, Pradeep. Do India’s labour policies harm Indian workers? A comparison with East Asia. ‘Indian Journal of Labour Economics’ 40(4): October-December 1997: 631-53.

Asher, G. Mukul and Ramkishen S. Rajan. Singapore and India economic relations: rationale, trends, issues and future directions. Discussion Series Master of Public Policy Programme, Centre for Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore, Proceeds, 1994.

Asher, G. Mukul. The 1994-95 budget: implications for India’s look east policy. Paper presented for Business Opportunities Conference on India-Singapore Trade Development Board, 31 March 1994.

Ba, Alice. The ASEAN regional forum. ‘International Journal’: Autumn 1997.

Bajpai, Nirupam and Jeffrey D. Sachs, India’s economic reforms: some lessons from East Asia. ‘Journal of International Trade and Economic Development’ 6(2): July 1997: 135-64.

Chitaranjan, Kalpana. North Korea – nuclear issue. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(8): November 1994: 1305-1318.

Goad, P.G. and A.S. Dubey. Singapore officials hope to spread India fever. ‘Asian Wall Street Journal’: 24 January 1994: 1 and 7.

Gordon, Stanley. Indian Ocean an underrated region with a key role to play. ‘Australian Financial Review’: 20 June 1995.

Hagen, Ronald. The future of nuclear power in Asia. ‘Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy’ 8(1): June 1998: 9-22.

Han, F.K. PM’s visit a timely boost for India-Singapore ties. ‘The Straits Times’: 22 January 1994.

Hashim, S.R. Economic growth and stability of income distribution in the Indian development experience. ‘Indian Economic Journal’ 45(4): April-June 1997-98: 22-38.

Hsieh, Wen Jen, Yu Hsing. Tests of nonlinear consumption functions: the case of Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and India. ‘International Economic Journal’ 8(2): Summer 1994: 7.

Islam, Sadequl. Persistence of economic growth and its determinants: some evidence for South Korea and India. ‘Applied Economics Letters’ 3(1): January 1996: 53-54.

Khanna, V. India to tap Singapore’s expertise in developing infrastructure. ‘Business Times’: 24 June 1994.

Khergamvala, F.J. China sees a conspiracy. ‘The Hindu’: 6 June 1999.

Kuruvilla, Sarosh. Linkages between industrialisation strategies and industrial relations/human resource policies: Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and India. ‘Industrial and Labour Relations Review’: 49(4): July 1996: 635-57.

Lal, Deepak. India and China: contrasts in economic liberalisation? ‘World Development’ 23(9): September 1995: 1475-94.

Lintner, Bertil. The Indo-Burmese frontier: a legacy of violence. ‘Jane’s Intelligence Review’ 6(1): January 1994: 38.

Mohanty, S.K. Indian and the Indian Ocean rim. ‘World Focus’: October-December 1996: 55.

Murthy, Gautam. The Indian Ocean rim initiative. ‘Journal of Indian Ocean Studies’ 3(2): 1996: 157.

Naidu, G.V.C. ASEAN: challenges ahead and implications for India. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(2): May 1999: 283-297.

Naidu, G.V.C. The Manila ASEAN meetings and India. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 22(8): November 1998: 1163-1177.

Nalapat, M.D. ASEAN limits lobbying by China, US Draft Statement ‘deplores’ N-tests. ‘Times of India’: 28 July 1998.

Ollapally, Deepa, M. India and the ‘Asian’ balance of power. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 22(4): July 1998: 515-526.

Raja Mohan, C. America’s expanding Asian alliance. ‘The Hindu’: 3 May 1999.

Raja Mohan, C. India gains from the ARF meet. ‘The Hindu’: 29 July 1998.

Rao, V.V. Bhanoji. Indian economic reforms and ASEAN-India economic relations. ‘Journal of Asian Economics’ 7(4): Winter 1996: 759-68.

Rao, V.V. Bhanoji. India’s globalisation and Singapore-India relations. Conference on Singapore-India emerging linkages, study group on Singapore-India relations, Centre for Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore, Proceeds, 1994.

Rappai, M.V. Changes in Chinese military doctrine and their implications. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(4): July 1999: 615-625.

Rappai, M.V. India-China relations and the nuclear real politik. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(1): April 1999: 15-26.

Sen, Amartya. Economic development and social change: India and China in comparative perspectives. London School of Economics, STICERD discussion paper series DEP 67, December 1995.

Siddharthan, N.S. Differential behaviour of the Japanese affiliates in the Indian automobile sec- tor. ‘Japan and the World-Economy’ 10(1): 1998: 97-109.

Singh, Jasjit. Unrealistic and partisan? On the Tokyo forum on disarmament. ‘The Hindustan Times’: 12 August 1999.

Singh, Jasjit. Towards a safer Asia: an Indian perspective. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(1): April 1999: 5-14.

Singh, Swaran. Continuity and change in China’s maritime strategy. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(9): Dec-ember 1999: 1493-1508.

Singh, U.B. Outlook for the ARF: relevance for India. ‘Strategic Analysis’ 23(6): September 1999: 965-989.

Singh, U.B. Political violence and instability in Myanmar. ‘Aakrosh’ 2(2): January 1999.

Singh, U.B. Growth of military power in Southeast Asia. ‘Asian Strategic Review’: 1994-95: 311-351.

Stockwin, Harvey. The haze shrouding Southeast Asia edges towards India. ‘Times of India’: 26 September 1997.

Sudhakar, M. and B.V. Kumar. A new international order on oceans – an Indian perspective. ‘Current Science’: September 1996: 437.

Suryanarayana, P.S. India offers to endorse Asia Nuclear Arms Protocol. ‘The Hindu’: 29 July 1999.

Suryanarayana, P.S. Back with a bang? ‘The Hindu’: 6 June 1999.

Tachibanaki, Toshiaki, Masayuki Morikawa and Taro Nishimura. Economic development in Asian countries, and the effect of trade in Asia on employment and wages in Japan. ‘Asian Economic Journal’ 12(2): June 1998: 123-51.

Timmer, Marcel P. and Adam Szirmai. Comparative productivity performance in manufacturing in South and East Asia, 1960-93. ‘Oxford Development Studies’ 27(1): February 1999: 57-79.

Toh, Mun Heng and Linda Low. Singapore’s rationale for tapping emerging markets. Conference on Singapore-India emerging linkages, study group on Singapore-India Relations, Centre for Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore, Proceeds, 1994.

Vellor, S. and A. Paul. India looks to East Asia for more exports. ‘The Straits Times’: 15 August 1994.

Wadhwa, Charan. Revitalising India-ASEAN economic partnership. ‘South Asia Journal’ 5(1): 17-44.

Yue, Chia Siow. ASEAN strategies on foreign direct investment and prospects for ASEAN-India investments. ‘Journal of Asian Economics’ 7(4): Winter 1996: 701-21.

Zainal Abidin, Mahani. Institutional mechanism for ASEAN-India cooperation: trends and prospects. ‘Journal of Asian Economics’ 7(4): Winter 1996: 723-41.