Faculty members and researchers associated with the Institute pre-publish their works for consultations and feedback in the form of Occasional Paper Series. These papers are primarily emanating from the research projects they undertake.


Occasional Papers

OPS#10/2020

Is Platform Work Decent Work? A Case of Food Delivery Workers in Karnataka

Kavya Bharadkar(Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University), Kaveri Medappa(University of Sussex), Mohan Mani(Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University), Pradyumna Taduri(Indian Institute of Information Technology), Sachin Tiwari(Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University)

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OPS#09/2020

Plurality of Voices: Emerging Pathways Towards Planning Southern Cities

Authors : Anjali Karol Mohan, Anognya Parthasarathy, Purnima Mahajan and Sony Pellissery

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OPS#08/2020

Measuring the impact of Government Regulations on the Private Sector Sugar Mills of Uttar Pradesh

Authors : Shreoshee Mukherjee, Ridhi Verma, Kaushik Basu  

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OPS#07/2019

Feminisation of work and health care : Occupational health needs and access to the ESI corporation for Karnataka garmet workers

Authors : Mohan Mani and Prathibha R.

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OPS#06/2019

Why is Law central to Public Policy Process in Global South?

Authors : Babu Mathew, Sony Pellissery and Arvind Narrain

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OPS#05/2018

Critiquing the Statutory Minimum Wage: A case of the export garment sector in India
Authors : Mohan Mani, Babu Mathew and Dithhi Bhattacharya

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OPS#04/2018

From millions to fractions’: Re-examining Pragmatism in the Context of Internal Reservation
Authors : Pradeep Ramavath J

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OPS#03/2018

Guns versus butter – A Commentary on Defence and Social Sector Spending in South Asia
Authors : Mohan Mani  and Dwijaraj Bhattacharya

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OPS#02/2018

Analysis of Government of Karnataka Budgets for Minorities 
Authors:  Abdul Aziz  and Niraj Kumar

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OPS#01/2018

Relevance of Constitutional Economics in India’s Post-Neoliberal Era
Authors : Sony Pellissery and Babu Mathew

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