Publication in Journal or Book


  1.         “Natural Cities" (with Vikram Soni), The Economic And Political Weekly, Vol 49, No 19, May10, 2014.
  2. “India A Potential High Growth Economy (HGE)?” The Review of Market Integration, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2012, pp 159-195.

  3. Global Economic Governance: IMF Quota Reform,”Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, Routledge, Vol. 5, No.2, September 2012, pp 260-280.

  4. With Michael D. Patra, “IMF Reforms Twenty-ten: Do They Mirror Global Economic Realities?Economic and Political Weekly, 2011, Vol XLVI No.30 July 23-29, 2011. EpwImfRfrm11Feb24revApr.docx.
  5. with Danish Hashim and Ajay Kumar,Impact of Major Liberalisation on Indian Manufacturing: The J Curve Hypothesis,” Indian Economic Review, Volume 46, Issue Number 1, 2011.
  6. with Partha Ray, “The Global Crisis and Systemic Risks: Matching Sources and Correctives, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLV, No. 49, December 4, 2010.
  7. “Macro-economic management of the Indian Economy: Capital flows, interest rates and inflation,” Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies,Vol. 2, No. 2, September 2009, pp 189-214.
  8. Growth and Poverty: Policy Implications for Lagging States, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.XLIII, No. 2, January 12-18, 2008.
  9. with Surabhi Mittal, “Are Indian Markets Moving Towards Spatial Integration,” Journal of Quantitative Economics, Volume 5, No1 (new series), January 2007.
  10. Poverty and Hunger in India: What is needed to Eliminate Them, The Pakistan Development Review, Volume 46, Number 2, Summer 2006.
  11. World Economy, Geopolitics and Global Strategy: Indo-US Relations in the 21st Century, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLI No. 43-44, November 4-10, 2006, pp. 4601-4612.
  12. India’s Economic Growth History: Fluctuations. Trends, Break Points and Phases, Indian Economic Review, Vol. XXXXI, No. 1, January-June 2006, pp 81-103. ( ).
  13. with Amita Batra, “India-China Economic Relations”, Security and Society, Vol.1, No. 2, Summer 2005, pp. 106-116.
  14. Institutions, Governance and Policy Reform: A Framework for Analysis, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XL Nos. 22 & 23, May 28-June 03/June 04-June 10, 2005, pp. 2341-2350
  15. Customs Tariff Reform, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XL No. 11, March 12-18, 2005, pp. 1006-1008.
  16. Forex for Infrastructure, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX No. 52, December 25-31, 2004, pp. 5559-5562.
  17. Election 2004: A Different Explanation, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX No. 25, June 19-25, 2004, pp. 2565-2567.
  18. Competitive Access to Telecom: Spectrum Policy and M&A, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX No. 7, February 14-20, 2004.
  19. India’s External Reforms: Modest Globalisation Significant Gains, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVII No. 32, August 9-15, 2003, pp. 3373-3390.
  20. A New Development Paradigm: Employment, Entitlement and Empowerment’, Global Business Review, International Management Institute, SAGE Publications, Vol. 3, No. 2, July-December, 2002, pp. 222-45. [ NewParadigm4nf ].
  21. A New Development Paradigm: Employment, Entitlement and Empowerment, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVII No. 22, June 1-7, 2002, pp. 2145-2154.  [ NewParadigm4nf ].
  22. Central Value Added Tax: CENVAT, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVI No. 8, February 24-March 2, 2001, pp. 630-632.[i]
  23. A Communication Policy for the 21st Century, Economic and Political Weekly, Volume XXXV, No. 23, June 3-9, 2000, pp. 1907-1910.[ii]
  24. India: Crises Reform and Growth, Economic and Political Weekly, Volume XXXII, No. 32, August 9-15, 1997, pp. 2064-2068.
  25. Partial Convertibility of the Rupee (PCR) Implications for Exporters, RBI Bulletin, August 1992, pp. 1300-2.
  26. Trends in Current Account Deficit and the Balance of Trade: Separating Facts From Prejudices, Journal of Foreign Exchange and International Finance, Vol. VI, No. 1, April-June 1992, pp. 72-78.
  27. Demand and Supply Factors in India's Trade, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXVI, No.6, February 9, 1991.[iii]
  28. Size and Role of Government: Quality vs. Quantity of Intervention, Indian Economic Journal, Vol. 37, No. 4, April-June 1990.[iv]
  29. International Trade and Balance of Payments, in Eighth Plan Perspectives (editor) M S Adiseshiah, Lancer International, Delhi, 1990.
  30. Technical Possibilities, Usable Blueprints and Physical Plant Capacity: A Simple Model of Endogenous Technical Change, Indian Economic Review, Vol. XXIV, No.2 (July-Dec 1989).
  31. Indirect Tax Evasion and Production Efficiency, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 39(1989), pp 223-237.
  32. Determinants of Consumption and Savings Behaviour in Developing Countries, The World Bank Economic Review, Volume 3, No. 3, 1989, pp. 179-193 (with L. K. Raut).
  33. Credit Markets in Developing Countries: Myth and Reality, Greek Economic Review, Vol. 11, No. 1 (June 1989).
  34. Tax Reform in Developing Countries: Issues, Policies and Information Gaps, Public Finance Vol. 43, No. 1 (1988), pp. 19-37.
  35. Personal Income Taxes in Developing Countries (with G. Sicat), The World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 2, No. 1 (January 1988).
  36. A Dynamic Model of the Firm, Journal of Political Economy, June 1976.
  37. Price-Cost Uncertainty and Firm Decisions, Indian Economic Review, Vol. XVII, No.2-4.



  1.       "Four Years Of Modi Government Reforms: A Stocktaking," pages 89 -102 in "Making Of New India," editors Bibek Debroy, Anirban Ganguly and Kishore Desai; Wisdom Tree, New Delhi, 2018. Reforms2014-18c.docx .
  2.       "Tax Reform: Identifying And Filling Gaps", pages 33-44 in "India at 70, Modi @3.5;" editors Bibek Debroy and Ashok Malik; Wisdom Tree, New Delhi, 2017. Taxation2017marchB.docx .
  3. with Rajeev Malhotra, “Shaping the Indian miracle: Acceleration towards high growth,” chapter 3 in Luiz de Melo(ed) Growth and Sustainability in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and South Africa, OECD, 2010.
  4. “Globalisation, Growth and National Security,” chapter 2, pp 19-52 in Comprehensive Security for an Emerging India, editor Kapil Kak, introduction by K Subrahmanyam,  Knowledge World Publishers, New Delhi, India, 2010.
  5. From Uni-polar To Tri-polar World: The Multi-polar Transition Paradox, Academic Foundation, Delhi, 2009.
  6. The Sudoku of India’s Growth, BS Books, New Delhi, 2009.
  7. “The Economic Foundations of National Power: From Multi polar to Tri-Polar World?” in V. R. Raghavan (Editor), Economic Growth & National Security, Centre for Security Analysis, Chennai, 2008.
  8. “Future Economic Contours of the Asia-Pacific and South Asian Region and Thier Impact on Global Security Architecture,” USI National Security Lecture, 2006, in National Security, Global Strategic Architecture and Information Security, National Security Series, 2006, KW Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2007.
  9. Trilateral Nuclear Proliferation: Pakistan’s Euro-Chinese Bomb, IDSA Monograph Series No. 1, Institute of Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi, December 2006.
  10. “Balance of Payments in India,” in The Oxford Companion to Economics In India, editor, Kaushik Basu, 2006-7.
  11. “India-China Economic Co-operation,” in China and India: Learning From Each Other - Reforms and Policies for Sustained Growth, (eds.) Jahangir Aziz, Steven Dunaway and Eswar Prasad, International Monetary Fund, 2006.
  12. “Towards A New Development Paradigm,” in India’s Economy: A Journey in Time and Space, EDI 100th Volume, Editors Uma Kapila and Raj Kapila, Academic Foundation, 2006.
  13. “Global Power From The 18th To 21st Century: Power Potential (VIP2), Strategic Assets & Actual Power (VIP),” in Economic Diplomacy, Editor I. P. Khosla, Konarak Publishers, 2006
  14. Evolution of World economy and Global Power: From Unipolar to Tripolar World in Economic Diplomacy, Editor I. P. Khosla, Konarak Publishers, 2006
  15. Propelling India from Socialist Stagnation to Global Power: Growth Process, Vol. I (Policy Reform, Vol. II), Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2006.
  16. Comments on ‘A Balance Sheet Crisis in India’, in A Sustainable Fiscal Policy for India An International Perspective, edited by Peter S Heller and M Govinda Rao, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005.
  17. “Governance Issues in Economic Policy,” in Encyclopaedia of India, Charles Scribner’s Sons, (forthcoming) December 2005.
  18. “Towards A New Development Paradigm in Economic Development in India, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2005.
  19. Accelerating Growth and Poverty Reduction – A Policy Framework for India’s Development, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, January 2004.
  20. “A New Development Paradigm: Employment, Entitlement and Empowerment,” in Political Economy of Reforms, edited by Bibek Debroy & Rahul Mukherji, Published by Bookwell Publishers in association with Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, New Delhi, 2004.
  21. “Derivatives: An Economic Perspective”, in Derivatives Markets in India, editor Susan Thomas, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi 1998.
  22. Saving Performance and Prospects: A Historical Perspective, in Domestic Savings in India: Trends and Issues, (editors) U. D.  R. Choudhury & A. Bagchi, Vikas Publishing House, Delhi, 1990.[v]




[i] Originally printed as Chintan Policy Paper No. 15, December 1999.

[ii] Draft May-June 1998.

[iii] Research Paper No. 5, June 1989, Planning Commission.

[iv] Research Paper No. 4, February 1989, Planning Commission.

[v] Original draft September 1988.

Suryanarayana Gopavajhala,
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