Communications


 I. Paper Published

A short list of conference papers published in journals. (Other conference papers published by Knowledge Forum in edited volumes, are listed under "BOOKS")

  1. Madan Dhanora, Ruchi Sharma and Manu Jose (2019), “Two-way relationship between innovation and market structure: evidence from Indian high and medium technology firms, Economics of Innovation and New Technology”, https://doi.org/10.1080/10438599.2019.1596575, Published online: 26 Mar 2019.
  2. Radeef Chundakkadan and Subash S (2019): Financial constraints, government support, and firm innovation: empirical evidence from developing economies, Innovation and Development, DOI: 10.1080/2157930X.2019.1594680

  3. Nadia Doytcha and Merih Uctum, (2018), “Spillovers from foreign direct investment in services: Evidence at sub-sectoral level for the Asia-Pacific”, Journal of Asian Economics (2018).

  4. Bartz, Wiebke, Pierre Mohnen and Helena Schweiger (2018), “The role of innovation and management practices in determining firm productivity growth in developing economies”, Comparative Economic Studies, 60(4), 502-530. https:// doi.org/10.1057/s41294-018-0075-3

  5. Surenderrao Komera, Jijo Lukose and Subash S. (2018) Does Business Group affiliation encourage R&D activities? Evidence from India, Asia Pacific Journal of Management , Vol. 35(4), pp 887–917. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10490-017-9530-3 

  6. Subash S. and M Padmaja (2018) Do Financing Constraints Impact Outward Foreign Direct Investment? Evidence from India, Asian Development Review, Vol. 35(1), pp.108-132.

  7. Santosh Kumar Sahu and Himani Sharma, (2016), “Productivity, Energy Intensity and Output: A Unit Level Analysis of the Indian Manufacturing Sector”, Journal of Quantitative Economics, Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp. 283-300, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40953-016-0034-7
  8. Subash S, Jijo Lukose and Surender Rao Komera (2015), Financing constraints and investments in R&D: Evidence from Indian manufacturing firms, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.Vol.55(1), pp.29-39.

  9. Hou, J. and P. Mohnen (2013), “Complementarity between in-house R&D and technology purchasing: Evidence from Chinese manufacturing firms”, Oxford Development Studies, 41(3), pp. 343-371

  10. Anabel Marin and Subash S. (2010), The Heterogeneity of MNC’ Subsidiaries and Technology Spillovers: Explaining Positive and Negative Effects in Emerging Economies, Research Policy, Vol. 39(10), pp. 1227–1241 
  11. Chiara Franco and Subash S. (2010) MNEs, Technological Efforts and Channels of Export Spillovers: An Analysis of Indian Manufacturing Industries, Economic Systems, Vol. 32(3), pp.270-288

  12. Subash S. and A. Ramanathan (2007), FDI and Spillovers: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Industries, International Journal of Trade and Global Markets, Vol.1(1), pp.5-22.

II. Collaborations 

 


III. Other Communications

  1. Policy Brief on Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), Download
  2. Changing Nature of FDI
    1. Changing Nature of FDI: Need to Re-examine the Productivity Spillovers, N. S. Siddharthan
    2. A Note on Service Sector, Ashok Jain
    3. Discussion note, based on "The FDI Shift to Services- How does it Impact Asia?", Nadia Doytch
  3. Issues in Statistical Inference
    1. https://priceonomics.com/the-guinness-brewer-who-revolutionized-statistics/
    2. http://www.socialsciencespace.com/2016/03/statistical-association-takes-on-use-abuse-of-p-values/
  4. The Saga of the Delhi School of Economics A Sketch, K. L. Krishna

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