Delhi School of Public Policy & Governance

  1. Contestations in Global Civil Society (2022)“, Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden M., published by M. Emerald Elgar Publication, UK
  2. Social Enterprise in Higher Education Sector (2021)“, Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden, M., published by Cambridge Scholar Press, UK
  1. The Power of Law Through Intertwined Expectations“, Prof. Ram Singh, [Bucerius Law Journal,Vol 2022(2), pp 94-99]
  2. Equilibria under Negligence Liability: How the Standard Claims Fall Apart“, (with Allan M Feldman, Brown University, USA), Prof. Ram Singh, [Review of Law and Economics, 17 (1), 2021, pp. 1-33]
  3. Covid-19 and Contractual Disputes in India: A Law and Economics Perspective“, (with Utkarsh Leo, NALSAR University), Prof. Ram Singh, [Economic and Political Weekly, Research Article, Vol. 56(16), 2021, pp. 37-43]
  4. Settlements and Resolutions under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code“, (with Hitesh Thakkar, GNLU), Prof. Ram Singh, [The Indian Economic Journal, 69 (1), 2021, pp 1-16]
  5. Reaffirming trust in social enterprise in the COVID-19 era: Ways forward (2021)“, Snowden, M., Oberoi, R., & Halsall, J. P., [Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review]
  6. Reinventing social entrepreneurship leadership in the COVID-19 Era: Engaging with the new normal (2021)“, Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden, M., [Entrepreneurship Education]
  7. The Public Policy Significance if Social Enterprise: A case study of India (2020)“,  Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden, M.. [Journal of Governance and Public Policy]
  8. The Shifting Paradigm of Innovation and Social Enterprise in COVID-19 Times: A Perspective (2020)“, Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden, M., [Studies in Humanities & Social Sciences]
  9. Redefining Social Enterprise in the global world: study of China and India (2019)Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P., and Snowden, M., [Social Responsibility Journal]
  10. Marketing Affect: Mapping the centeredness of the election campaign through a comparison of party strategies in the Delhi Assembly Elections”, Radhika Kumar  [Contemporary South Asia, Research Article, Vol. 30(3), 2022]
  11. Fluid identities, contested categories: Jats, Patels and the demand for reservation in India“, Radhika Kumar [Asian Ethnicity, Research Article, Vol. 23(4), 2022, pp. 658-675]
  12. Songs of Protest”, Radhika Kumar [Economic and Political Weekly, Research Article, Vol. 56(43), 2021]
  13. Dalit Women Panchayat Members in Haryana: Gender, Caste and Political Representation”,  Radhika Kumar [ South Asia Research, Research Article, Vol. 41(2), 2021, pp. 203-219]
  14. Why a Nationalist rhetoric failed the BJP in Haryana”, Radhika Kumar [Economic and Political Weekly, Research Article, Vol.54 (51), 2019]
  15. Padayatras and the Changing Nature of Political Communication in India”, Radhika Kumar [ Studies in Indian Politics, Research Article, Volume5(1), 2017, pp. 32-41]
  16. Exploring the Twin Tracks of Economic and Governance Reforms in the two States of Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh”, Radhika Kumar [ The Indian Journal of Public Administration, Research Article, Vol.63(1), 2017, pp.124-135]
  17. Stooping to Conquer: Jats and Reservations in Haryana”, Radhika Kumar [Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 51(16), 2016, pp.15-18]
  18. The Women’s Movement in India”, Radhika Kumar [The Indian Journal of Public Administration, Research Article, Vol. 61 (3) (Special Issue on Pressure Groups and Democratic Governance), 2015, pp.423-444]
  19. Saffronising Jatland”, Radhika Kumar [Economic and Political Weekly, Research Article , Vol.50 (19), 2015 pp.73-76] 
  20. Political Communication and the Electoral Campaign: A case study of the 2014 National Election”, Radhika Kumar, [Journal of Politics and Governance, Research Article, Vol.3 (4), 2014, pp.157-162]
  21. Upstaging Anti-incumbency”, Radhika Kumar [Economic and Political Weekly, Research Article, Vol. 48 (24), 2013 pp. 20-23]
  22. Governance Reforms and the Politics of Development: A case analysis of Andhra Pradesh”, Radhika Kumar [ Journal of Politics and Governance, Research Article, 21/2), 2013, pp.143-149]
  1. Locating Social Entrepreneurship in the Neoliberal Order: A Public Policy Perspective“, Oberoi, R., Bara, D., Bara, E., Halsall, J.P. and Snowden, M., [Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley].
  2. Social Enterprise, Social Innovation and Sustainable Future: A Driver for Policy Change (2022)“, Halsall, J.P., Oberoi, R. and Snowden, M., [Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley].
  3. Social Enterprise as a Bridge between Public and Private Sectors: Stories from India and the UK. (2021)“, Oberoi, R., Snowden, M., & Halsall, J., [Cambridge Scholars Publishing].
  4. Reimagining Social Innovation and Social Enterprise for Industrial Revolution 4.0: Case Study of China and UK.“, Oberoi, R, Mswaka, W, Leandro, Francisco José Snowden, Michael and Halsall Jamie P. H
  5. Social Capital, Community Engagement, and Corporate Social Responsibility (2019)“, Oberoi, R., [Springer].
  6. Electoral campaign as a performative plebiscite: Mapping the changing nature of political communication in India”, Kumar, R. in de Souza, P.R., Alam, M. S. and Ahmed, H. (eds.) Companion to Indian Democracy, (2021), pp. 53-62. Routledge India.
  7. “Affirmative Action and Women in India,” Kumar, R. in: Singh, A.P. and Murari, K. (eds.) Political Process in Contemporary India, (2019) Pearson, Noida, pp. 279-296, ISBN 978-93-534-3245-4
  8. “Nationalism (Hinduism),” Kumar, R. in: Jain P., Sherma R., Khanna M. (eds) Hinduism and Tribal Religions. (2018) Encyclopedia of Indian Religions. Springer, Dordrecht. Online ISBN 978-94-024-1036-5
  9. “Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS),” Kumar, R. in: Jain P., Sherma R., Khanna M. (eds) Hinduism and Tribal Religions (2018) Encyclopedia of Indian Religions. Springer, Dordrecht Online ISBN 978-94-024-1036-5
  10. “Strengthening Democracy through Good Governance,” Kumar, R. In: Singh, A.P. and Murari, K. (eds) Governance- Issues and Challenges, (2018) Pearson, Noida, ISBN 978-93-528-6933-6