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Kirit Shantilal Parikh



PERSONAL

Date of Birth August 1, 1935
Address (IRADe)

Chairman, Integrated Research and Action for Development ,
C 50 Chota Singh Block, Khelgaon
New Delhi 110049. India
EMAIL: kparikh@irade.org

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
B.E.(Civil) Gujarat University, 1956
M.Tech.(Structures) I.I.T. Kharagpur, 1957

Sc.D.(Civil Engineering) MIT,USA, 1962
M.S.(Economics and Engineering) MIT,USA, 1963

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

September 2002 Onwards Chairman
Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe)
June 2004 Till June2006 Member
Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi
Looked after Energy, Water and Perspective Planning and
States of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Karnataka

August 2000 till July 2005

Professor Emeritus
Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai

December 1986 till July 2000

Founder Director (and Vice-Chancellor)

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), an advanced research institute established by the Reserve Bank of India (and recognized by the Government of India w.e.f. 5th December 1995 as a "Deemed University" under Sec.3 of the UGC Act).

1. Beginning with writing the Charter of the Institute, getting it registered as an autonomous society and recruiting the first person onward, developed the Institute.

2. The Institute had (in July 2000) 39 faculty members and nearly 50 Ph.D. students.

3. The Institute has a multi-disciplinary research programme covering macro-economics, industrial organisation, general equilibrium modeling for policy analysis, financial sector, agriculture, poverty programmes, human resources development, energy systems and environmental issues.

4. The accomplishments of the IGIDR are described in IGIDR-1986-2000 and Studies in Development Policy: Ph.D. theses at IGIDR: 1995-2000.

October 1997 till Sept. 1998

Senior Economic Adviser to the Administrator, UNDP, New York (on leave from Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research)

May 1980 - September '86

Program Leader (Acting Leader till June 1981) Food & Agriculture

Programme (FAP) International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, (IIASA) Laxenburg, Austria. IIASA was established by the National Academy of Sciences of Western and Eastern European Countries. Japan, Canada and U.S.A. Staff members are usually from member countries. Only a few outstanding scholars from non-member countries are appointed. India is not a member. To be appointed as Leader of a major program of IIASA was a recognition. For someone from a non-member country it was unique.

1. Technical and administrative direction of research scholars coming from many different countries. The project was devoted to understanding the nature and dimension of the world food problems and exploring policy options for 'food for all' in an environmentally sustainable way. It involved more than 100 person years of research effort at IIASA and nearly 200 person years from collaborating network members.

2. Coordination of research by the participating institutions of FAP'S collaborative network of more than 25 institutions around the world.

3. Research in national and international agricultural policy.

April '76- Research Scholar, Food and Agriculture Program, IIASA, Austria.

August '78 (On leave from Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi).

1. Development of a model for food and agricultural policy analysis for India.

2. Energy modeling and policy analysis.

March '67- April '80

Professor of Economics, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.

1. Technical and economic analysis in the operations of the multi-purpose Bhakra reservoir system.

2. Estimation of actual evapo-transpiration of water by wheat and alfalfa at different times over the season to obtain a production function of wheat where explanatory variables are dated water inputs.

3. Agricultural policy analysis for India for growth and redistribution.

4. Based on an analysis of nearly 50,000 simple fertilizer trials, studies on optimum requirement for fertilizer.

5. Development models for formulating national fuel policy.

6. Studies on urban planning, (Bombay's twin city project); housing and transport.

7. Studies on consequences of population growth in India.

April '70- May '72

Director, Program Analysis Group (PAG), Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Bombay. (On leave from Indian Statistical Institute,

New Delhi)

1. Organized, built up and directed PAG, a group to provide management consultancy, economic feasibility evaluations and OR services to the DAE to facilitate quantitative decision making.

2. Technical studies in planning nuclear power strategy and the economics and siting of nuclear power plants.

3. Mathematical modeling study of the structural response to an earthquake of a nuclear plant.

June '62- Sept. '66 Research Associate Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT).

1. Development of programming models for economic planning. These are linear programming models for allocation of resources over sectors and over time. Indian data was used to explore the scope of the models and development strategy options for India.

1962-1966

Consultant to various civil engineering firms

1. Analysis of NASA's building for vertical assembly of Saturn rockets. In terms of the volume enclosed this was (and perhaps still is) the largest building in the world.

2. Analysis of radar antennas.

3. Development of STEIGR - Structural Eigenvector Routine - a program for dynamic analysis of large structures. It calculates the natural frequencies and modes of vibration of a structure.

Sept.'57- May '63

Research Assistant, MIT Department of Civil Engineering, the Computer Center and Department of Economics.

1. Development of STAIR (Structural Analysis Interpretive Routine). A computer program to analyze large three-dimensional structures. The program can be used to analyze structures with as many as 122,000 unknowns. This program has been used extensively in the US to analyze large radar antennas by the Lincoln Laboratory and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, as well as by other private firms.

2. Dynamic analysis of reinforced concrete columns.

3. Development of stiffness matrix for a finite plate element to analyze shells of arbitrary shapes.

4. Studies in the economics of rural electrification and rural energy options such as bio-gas plants.

MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES

Policy

  • Chairman, Expert Group on "Low Carbon Strategy for Inclusive Growth", Planning Commission, Government of India
  • Chairman, Expert Group on "A Viable and Sustainable System of Pricing of Petroleum Products" Ministry of Petroleum, Govt of
    india
  • Member, Indo-German Consultative Group (IGCG)

Academic

  • Chairman, Governing Council, Centre for Environment Education (CEE), Ahmedabad
  • Chairman, Indian National Committee (Indian NMO Committee) for the India-IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) Programme
  • President, Governing Board, Gujarat Institute of Development Research (GIDR), Ahmedabad
  • Member, Governing Council, CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition (CIRC)
  • Member, Advisory Council of IIT Delhi

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PAST APPOINTMENTS

1. Chairman, Expert Committee on Integrated Energy Policy

2. Chairman, Expert Group on Ground Water Management and Ownership

3. Chairman, Expert Group on Bio-fuel Policy

4. Chairman, Inter-ministerial Group to examine the proposal on "Establishment of Coal-to-Liquids Industry in India"

5. Member, Committee on Infrastructure under the Chairmanship of the Prime Minister

6. Member, Energy Coordination Committee under the Chairmanship of the Prime Minister

7. Member, Committee on Rural Infrastructure, Govt. of India

8 .Member, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Ministers, Vajpayee (1998-2004), P.V. Narasimha Rao, Chandrasekhar V. P. Singh and Rajiv Gandhi (1988-92).

9. Member, National Committee on Science and Technology, Government of India.(1973-76)

    1. Member, National Committee on Environmental Planning and Coordination, Government of India.(1971-74)
    2. Member, National Fuel Policy Committee, Government of India.(1970-74)
    3. Member, Expenditure Reforms Commission, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India
    4. Chairman, Working Group on Reorientation of Public Distribution System, Planning Commission.
    5. Member of the Core Committee on National Conservation Strategy, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India (1988-90).
    6. Member (Systems Analysis) of the planning team for the planning of Twin City of Bombay (New Bombay).(1970-71)
    7. Chairman, Expert Committee on Performance Approach to Housing and Construction, Government of Kerala.(1971-73)
    8. Adviser, Site Selection Committee, Department of Atomic Energy.
    9. President of The Indian Econometric Society for 1994-95.
    10. President, Gujarat Economic Association, 1993-94
    11. President/ Chairman/ Chairperson, Governing Board Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology (GUIDE) Society.
    12. Member, Board of Directors/ Governing Board/ Governing Council

      • Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan
      • Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
      • National Council for Applied Economic Research, Delhi.
      • Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi

13. Member, Editorial Board

      • Journal of Quantitative Economics.

      • Journal of Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists,

      • Technology in Society, an international journal.

      • Energy Economics
      • Environmental Modeling A& Assessment

14. Chairman, Committee on Data Archives, Indian Council of Social Science Research

15. Chairman of the India and South East Asia Regional Standing Committee of the Econometric Society.

16. Director, Business Standard Limited

17. Director, Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI)

18. Director, State Bank of India

19. Director, Indian Petro Chemicals Limited (IPCL)

20. Director, Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)

21. Member, International Advisory Group of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

 

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AWARDS/HONOURS/RECOGNITIONS

  1. He was awarded Padma Bushan by the President of India in March 2009
  2. Fellow, The National Academy of Sciences, India
  3. Honorary Life Member, International Association of Agricultural Economists. (an honour given on an average to two persons a year in the world)
  4. Vikram Sarabhai Award for Outstanding Research in Systems Analysis and Management Sciences, August 1978.
  5. Dr. M. Visvesvaraya Memorial Award for 1999 by the Engineers' Foundation, Kolhapur, September, 1999.
  6. Fellow, The World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland.
  7. Nayudamma Award for contribution to the welfare of mankind through developments in the fields of Economics & Energy, February 2005
  8. Felicitated as one of the engineering personalities by the Indian Engineering Congress, December 2006
  9. Honoured as the most distinguished and illustrious alumni of the decade from India by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA in September, 2007
  10. Conferred the Distinguished Alumnus Award by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur in September, 2007

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PUBLICATIONS

Books

1. Planning for Growth - Multisectoral Intertemporal Planning Models Applied to India. Eckaus, R.S., and Parikh, K.S. MIT Press, Cambridge, 1968.

2. Scheduling the Operations of the Bhakra System. Minhas, B.S., Srinivasan, T.N., and Parikh, K.S., with Marglin, S.A., and Weisskopf, T.E. Sankhya Series B., Volume 34, Part 2, June 1972, Statistical Publishing Society, Calcutta, 1972.

3. Performance Approach to Cost Reduction in Building Construction. Parikh, K.S., Madhavan, K., Baker, L. and Alexander, K.C. Government of Kerala, Trivandrum, 1974.

4. Optimum Requirement of Fertilizers for the Fifth Plan Period, K.S. Parikh and Srinivasan, T.N., Indian Statistical Institute and Fertilizer Association of India, 1974.

5. Energy - Second India Studies. Parikh, K.S., McMillan, India, 1976.

6. Food for All in a Sustainable World: The IIASA Food and Agriculture Program. Parikh, K.S., and Rabar, F., editors. SR-81-2. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), August 1981.

7. Toward Free Trade in Agriculture. Parikh, K.S., Fischer,G., Frohberg, K. and Gulbandsen O., Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 1988.

8. Linked National Models - A Tool for International Food Policy Analysis. Fischer G., Frohberg K., M.A. Keyzer and Parikh K.S., Kluwer Academic publishers, 1988.

9. Agriculture, Growth and Redistribution of Income: Policy Analysis with a General Equilibrium Model of India. Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and Srinivasan T.N., in North Holland's Contributions to Economic Analysis series with an Indian edition by Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 1991.

10. Hunger: Beyond the Reach of the Invisible Hand - Fischer G., Frohberg K., Keyzer M., Parikh K., Rabar F. and Tims W., International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Austria, 1991.

11. "Human Development and Structural Adjustment", Edited by Parikh Kirit S. and Sudarshan R., "Proceedings of the UNDP Symposium on Economic Growth, Sustainable Human Development and Poverty Alleviation in India" held in January, 1992; UNDP, Macmillan 1993.

12. Mid-Year Review of the Indian Economy - 1994-95 Parikh Kirit S. (Editor & Co-author), Konark Publishers, N. Delhi, 1995.

13. Economic Restructuring in East Asia and India: Perspectives on Policy Reform, Kirit S. Parikh, Pradeep Agrawal, Subir Gokarn, Veena Mishra and Kunal Sen, McMillan, UK and India, 1995.

  1. India Development Report - 1997, Kirit S. Parikh with some IGIDR faculty members, Oxford University Press, New Delhi 1997.
  2. Accounting and Valuation of Environment: A Primer for Developing Countries, Parikh J and K.S. Parikh . New York, United Nations, 1997.
  3. Accounting and Valuation of Environment: Case Studies from the ESCAP Region, Parikh J and K.S. Parikh,(eds), New York, United Nations, 1998.
  4. India Development Report, 1999-2000, Parikh Kirit S. with some IGIDR faculty members, New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999
  5. Policy Regimes and Industrial Competitiveness: A Comparative Study of East Asia and India, Agrawal, Pradeep; Gokarn, Subir; Mishra, Veena; Parikh, Kirit S; Sen, Kunal, Hampshire, Macmillan, 2000
  6. Studies in Development Policy: Ph.D. Theses at IGIDR: 1995-2000, Parikh Kirit S. (Ed.), IGIDR, 2000.
  7. India Development Report, 2002, Parikh Kirit S. and R. Radhakrishna (eds), New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2002.
  8. Assam Development Report, Parikh Kirit S.(editor and coauthor). Planning Commission, Government of India.
  9. Environmental Governance for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific, Parikh Kirit S., Report Prepared for ESCAP and UNDP, United Nations, New York, 2002.
  10. India Development Report, 2004, Parikh Kirit S. and R. Radhakrishna (eds), New Delhi, Oxford Univ. Press, 2004.
  11. Explaining Growth in South Asia, 2006, (editor), Parikh Kirit S., Oxford University Press
  12. Report of the Expert Committee on Integrated Energy Policy (2006), Planning Commission, (Chairman) Parikh, Kirit S.
  13. Meeting India's Energy Needs Cost-Effectively (2006) Energy Year Book 2006, Parikh, Kirit S.
  14. Report of the Expert Group on Ground Water Management and Ownership, Planning Commission, (2007) (Chairman)
  15. Macro Models of the Eleventh Plan, 2009, (editor), Parikh Kirit S.,Planning Commission and Academic Foundation, New Delhi
  16. Report of the Expert Group on Viable and Sustainable System of Pricing of Petroleum Products, (2010), Government of India, New Delhi

 

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ARTICLES

Aesthetics

  1. "Music Research on Computers: Why and How to Make Computers Sing", Sangeet Natak, Journal of the Sangeet Natak Academy, April, 1971.

 

Comparative Studies (CS)

  1. "Learning from Tigers and Cubs - Economic Restructuring in East Asia: Lessons for India", Parikh Kirit S., Pradeep Agrawal, Subir V. Gokarn, Veena Mishra, Kunal Sen, IGIDR, November, 1992.
  2. "Economic Restructuring in East Asia and India: Perspectives on Policy Reform", Kirit S. Parikh, Pradeep Agrawal, Subir Gokarn, Veena Mishra and Kunal Sen, McMillan, UK and India, 1995.
  3. "Policy Regimes and Industrial Competitiveness: A Comparative Study of East Asia and India", Agrawal, Pradeep; Gokarn, Subir; Mishra, Veena; Parikh, Kirit S; Sen, Kunal, Hampshire, Macmillan, 2000.
  4. "Aiming High", Parikh Kirit S., in 21 Ideas for the 21st Century, The Telegraph Millennium Magazine, January, 2000.

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Development Policy (DP)

  1. "A Development Strategy for the 1990's", Parikh, Kirit S, IGIDR Discussion Paper, DP-1987-001
  2. "Eighth Plan & Beyond: Strategies and Tactics", Parikh, Kirit S., IGIDR Discussion Paper, DP-1989-013
  3. "Agriculture, Growth and Redistribution of Income: Policy Analysis with a General Equilibrium Model of India". Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and Srinivasan T.N., in North Holland's Contributions to Economic Analysis Series with an Indian edition by Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 1991.
  4. "An Outward Oriented Strategy: Even More Relevant Now", by Kirit Parikh, IGIDR Discussion Paper No.50, 1991.
  5. "4% Growth Rate in Agriculture over 1990s: Policy Implications and Environmental Consequences" by Kirit Parikh, in S. Tendulkar (Ed.) Sukhamoy Chakravarty Memorial Volume, 1993.
  6. "Growth Distribution and Demand for Textiles in India" M.H. Suryanarayana, Tirthankar Roy and Kirit Parikh, Journal of Quantitative Economics, 9(2), July, 1993.
  7. "Using OR for Development: Experience in National and International Setting", paper presented at the at the International Conference on Operational Research for Development held at the IIM, Ahemadabed, in December, 1992, edited by Rosenhead Jonathan, Tripathy Arabinda, New Age International Publishers, 1996.
  8. "Importance of Food and Agriculture Policies in the Success of Structural Reforms in India", invited Paper for the 29th EAAE Seminar, Hohenheim, Germany, 1992.
  9. "Planning is Dead, Long Live Planning: Role of Planning in a Liberalized Economy", Planning & Economic Policy in India, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, June 30, 1993.
  10. "Statistics - A Key Technology for Development: How Well have we used the Key?", Soumitra Kumar Chakravarty Memorial lecture, Journal of the Calcutta Statistical Association, Calcutta, 1995.
  11. "Issues and Actions", Parikh, Kirit S. in Mid-year Review of the Economy, 1994-95. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Konark Publishers, 1995
  12. "Infrastructure: Accelerating Demand and Privatization", Bhattacharya, Kankar; Majumdar, Saumen; Parikh, Jyoti K; Parikh, Kirit S., in Mid-year Review of the Economy, 1994-95. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Konark Pub, 1995
  13. "Overview: Prospects and Retrospect", Parikh, Kirit S. in India Development Report, 1997. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997
  14. "Macroeconomics Scene: Assessment and Outlook", Panda, Manoj K; Parikh, Kirit S. in India Development Report, 1997. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997
  15. "The Chidambaram Budget: Stable High Growth with a Human Face", Parikh Kirit S., Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, Vol. 22, No.2, 1997.
  16. "India's Economy: Poised for Take-off", Kirit S. Parikh, in Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXII Nos. 20 and 21, May, 1997.
  17. "Second Generation Reforms", Parikh, Kirit S; Shah, Ajay, in India Development Report, 1999-2000. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press,1999
  18. "Overview", Parikh, Kirit S., in India Development Report, 1999-2000. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999.
  19. "Agenda for Economic Reforms", Parikh Kirit S., Prof. B.R. Shenoy Memorial Lecture, in Vishleshan, 1999.
  20. "Economy", Parikh, Kirit S., in India Briefing: A transformative fifty years, Ed. By M. Bouton and P. Oldenburg, London, M.E. Sharpe, 1999.
  21. "India: A Shining Star or a Passing Comet?", Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Conference in Singapore, 2004, forthcoming in a volume by ISEAS.

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Energy Policy (EP)

  1. "Benefit-cost Analysis of Bio-gas Plants in India", Parikh Kirit S., in "Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science", at the MIT, January, 1963.
  2. "Energy - Second India Studies". Parikh, K.S., McMillan, India, 1976.
  3. "Planning for Optimum Phasing and Absorption of Power Plants in Grids". K.S. Parikh, S.S. Shiralkar, S.L.Mehendiratta, N. Seshagiri, S.N. Narasinga Rao In Proceedings of the 4th UN Conference of the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, September 1971.
  4. "Impact of Nuclear Technology in Developing Countries". Co-authored with Vikram A. Sarabhai, K.T. Thomas and V.N. Meckoni. In Proceedings of the 4th UN Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, September, 1971.
  5. "Nuclear Energy in Developing Nations". Co-authored with V.A. Sarabhai. In Geneva IV issue, Nuclear News, October 1971.
  6. "Electrical System Study for Northern Regional Grid". Co-authored with S.S. Shiralkar. Programme Analysis Group, Department of Atomic Energy, 1971.
  7. "Role of Nuclear Energy in India's Power Programme". Co-authored with Shiralker, S.S., and Agrawal, H.K. Indian Statistical Institute, March 1974.
  8. "Food and Energy Choices for India". Co-authored with T.N. Srinivasan. Invited paper. World Congress of the Econometric Society, Toronto, 1975 in Frontiers of Quantitative Economics, Vol.III. Ed.Intriligator, M. North Holland, 1977.
  9. "Mobilization and Impacts of Bio-Gas Technologies". Co-authored with J.K. Parikh. Energy, Vol.2 pp.441-445, 1977 and also RM-77-26, IIASA, November 1977.
  10. "Projecting and Planning India's Fuel Requirements", International Studies of the Demand for Energy, IIASA, Conference, 1977.
  11. "Simulation of Macroeconomic Scenarios to Assess the Energy Demand for India (SIMA)". Co-authored with J.K.Parikh. Research Report 79-15, December 1979, IIASA and IIASA Reports, Vol.1, No.1, March 1980.
  12. "Food and Energy Choices for India: A Programming Model with Partial Endogenous Energy Requirements". Behavioral Science, Vol. 25, No.5, pp.367-386. 1980, also IIASA RR-77-24, December, 1977.
  13. "A Computable General Equilibrium Model for Indian Agricultural Policy", Kirit S. Parikh, N.S.S. Narayana, IIASA, February 1981.
  14. "Energy Policy: Problems, Perceptions and Reforms", Parikh, Jyoti K; Parikh, Kirit S. in Bimal Jalan ed. The Indian Economy: Problems and Prospects. New Delhi, Viking, 1992
  15. "Issues in the Indian Power Sector", Parikh, Jyoti K; Bhattacharya, Kankar; Parikh, Kirit S. in Proceedings of the Symposium on Western Regional Cooperation: A Necessity and Opportunity". Bombay, Indian Merchants' Chamber, 1995
  16. "Enron Episode: Lessons for Power Policy", Parikh, Kirit S. Economic and Political Weekly, V.30(41-42), 1995.
  17. "The Enron Story and its Lessons", Parikh, Kirit S., Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, December, 1996.
  18. "Energy System: Need for New Momentum", Parikh, Jyoti K; Bhattacharya, Kankar; Reddy, B. Sudhakara; Parikh, Kirit S. in India Development Report, 1997. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997
  19. "Power: The Critical Infrastructure", Das, Anjana; Parikh, Jyoti K; Parikh, Kirit S., in India Development Report, 1999-2000. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999.
  20. "Privatisation and Deregulation - Irrelevant Hypotheses", Parikh Kirit S., Comments in response to Mr. Ashok Rudra's Article EPW, December 21, 1991 in EPW, February 29, 1992.
  21. "Report of the Energy Review Committee - Part II", Parikh Kirit S., July 11, 2001.

22. "Projecting India's Energy Requirements for Policy Formulation" ,2009, Parikh K. S., Karandikar V, Rana A, and P. Dani,-Energy- The International Journal, Vol 34, No 8, August

23. " Energy needs, Options and Environmental Consequences" at the PAN Asia 2006 - Annual International Conference of the Stanford Centre for International Development (SCID), Stanford University, California, June, 2006.

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Fertilizer Policy (FP)

  1. "Optimum Requirement of Fertilizers for the Fifth Plan Period", K.S. Parikh and Srinivasan, T.N., Indian Statistical Institute and Fertilizer Association of India, 1974.
  2. "Modelling the Role of Organic Fertilizers in Developing Agricultural Systems". Co-authored with N.Konijn, G. Kromer, J.K. Parikh. Final report of work which was sponsored by Control Data Corporation Research Project No.80 101. IIASA, January 1983.
  3. "Food and agricultural subsidies: Incidence and welfare under alternative schemes", Parikh, Kirit S; Suryanarayana, M.H., Journal of Quantitative Economics, 8(1), January 1992.
  4. "HYV and Fertilizers--Synergy or Substitution. Implications for Policy and Prospects for Agricultural Development". PP-80-4, IIASA, June 1980, Economic and Political Weekly, 1978.

5. "Impact of a Hike in the Administered Prices of Petroleum Products: Analysis Using an Applied General Equilibrium Model for India", Kirit S. Parikh, A. Ganesh Kumar, Gangadhar Darbha, IGIDR Discussion Paper No. 150, September, 1998.

6."Rationalizing Fertilizer Subsidy", Coauthored with Geetha Krishnan, J.S. Mathur et al, 2nd Report of the Expenditure Reforms Commission, Submitted to Ministry of Finance, 2000.

6. "Determining Optimum Use of Fertilisers - Methodology and Limitations of Data, Parikh Kirit S., Indian Statistical Institute.

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Food & Agricultural Policy (FAP)

  1. "Towards a Production Function of Wheat with Dated Inputs of Water". Co-authored with B.S. Minhas, T.N. Srinivasan. Water Resources Research, Volume 10, No.3, June 1974.
  2. "Information System for Agriculture Sector", Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.
  3. "A Computerized Information System for the Agricultural sector". Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol.XXXIII, No.1, 1977.
  4. "A Framework for an Agricultural Policy Model for India". IIASA RM-77-59, December 1977.
  5. "Agricultural Planning and Policy in Draft Sixth Plan: Will Farmers Fulfill Planners' Expectations?" Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XIV Nos.30, 31 and 32, Special Number August 1979. Co-authored with N.S.S. Narayana.
  6. "HYV and Fertilizers--Synergy or Substitution. Implications for Policy and Prospects for Agricultural Development". PP-80-4, IIASA, June 1980, Economic and Political Weekly, 1978.
  7. "Exploring National Food Policies in an International Setting: The Food and Agriculture Programme of IIASA, Parikh Kirit S., WP-81-12, IIASA, February, 1981.
  8. "Estimation of Farm Supply Response and Acreage Allocation: A Case Study of Indian Agriculture". RR-81-1, IIASA, February 1981.
  9. "Food for All in a Sustainable World: The IIASA Food and Agriculture Program". Parikh, K.S., and Rabar, F., editors. SR-81-2. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), August 1981.
  10. "An Integrated Planning and Policy Model for India - An Illustrative Exploration of a Right to Food Programme", Parikh Kirit S., Narayana, NSS, Paper presented at the Golden Jubilee Celebration Conference of ISI on Review of the Indian Planning Process, 1981-1982, ISI, Calcutta,
  11. "Analysis of National and International Agricultural Policies for Sustainable Growth and Equity and Stability in an International Setting", Parikh Kirit S., IIASA, 1982.
  12. "IIASA's Food and Agriculture Program". Food Policy, November 1982, Vol. 7, No.4, pp.339-34.
  13. "Searching for Ways to a Hunger-Free World". Options, Winter 1982, IIASA.
  14. "Towards a World Without Hunger". WP-83-96, IIASA, October 1983.
  15. "Technological Transformation in Agriculture: Resource Limitations and Environmental Consequences. A Status Report on the IIASA Research Program". WP-83-94. October, 1983.
  16. "FAP: Issues, Insights and Influencing the Influential". Prepared for IIASA International Forum on Science for Public Policy Review Session, June 25-26, 1984.
  17. "Africa's Growing Dependence on Imported Wheat", Mahendra Shah, Gunther Fischer, Gerhard Kromer, Kirit S. Parikh in "Agriculture and Economic Instability" Edited by Margot Bellamy and Bruce Greenshields, International Association of Agricultural Economists, Occasional Paper No. 4, Gower, 1987.
  18. "The World Economy: Resilient for the Rich, Stubborn for the Starving". Co-authored with Günther Fischer, Klaus Frohberg and Ferenc Rabar. Presented at the XIX International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Malaga, Spain; August 26 - September 4, 1985.
  19. Narayana, N.S.S; Parikh, Kirit S - "Estimation of yield functions for major cereals in India". Journal of Development Economics, 3(2), July, 1987.
  20. "Indian Agricultural Policy: An applied general equilibrium model", Narayana, N.S.S., Parikh Kirit S. and Suryanarayana M.H., Journal of Policy Modelling, 9(4), 1987.
  21. "Toward Free Trade in Agriculture". Parikh, K.S., Fischer,G., Frohberg, K. and Gulbandsen O., Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 1988.
  22. "Agricultural Price Policy and Income Distribution in India" by Alain De Janvry and K. Subbarao, OUP, Delhi 1986. Book Review by Kirit S. Parikh in "The Indian Economic and Social History Review", 25, 1 Sage, 1988.
  23. "Linked National Models - A Tool for International Food Policy Analysis". Fischer G., Frohberg K., M.A. Keyzer and Parikh K.S., Kluwer Academic publishers, 1988.
  24. "Agricultural Trade Regimes: Impact on Sector Proportions, Real Incomes and Hunger in the World", European Review of Agricultural Economics 15 (1989) pp.397-417. Co-authored with G.Fischer and K. Frohberg.
  25. "Agricultural Price Policy in India: Some Explorations" by Parikh K.S., Paper presented at the workshop on Applied GEM and Economic Development: Present Achievements and Future Trends, organized by the Centre de recherche et development en economique of Universite de Montreal, Canada, February 2-4, 1990.
  26. "Agriculture, Growth and Redistribution of Income: Policy Analysis with a General Equilibrium Model of India". Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and Srinivasan T.N., in North Holland's Contributions to Economic Analysis Series with an Indian edition by Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 1991.
  27. "Hunger: Beyond the Reach of the Invisible Hand" - Fischer G., Frohberg K., Keyzer M., Parikh K., Rabar F. and Tims W., International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Austria, 1991.
  28. "Food Security: Issues and Options", (Paper of Plenary and Invited Paper Sessions, XXI IAEA Conference, Tokyo, August, 1991)
  29. "Food and agricultural subsidies: Incidence and welfare under alternative schemes", Parikh, Kirit S; Suryanarayana, M.H., Journal of Quantitative Economics, 8(1), January 1992.
  30. "Food Demand and Supply Possibilities Till 2050" in Agriculture, Environment and Health: Towards Sustainable Development into the 21st Century, Ruttan Vernon (ed). Minnesota Univ. Press, 1992.
  31. "Technology and Agricultural Development in India", Parikh, Kirit S; Mahendra Dev, S; Deshpande, Shantanu M., in D.Bigman and P.Berck ed., Food Security and Food Inventories in Developing Countries. Oxford, CAB International, 1993
  32. " Four percent growth rate in agriculture over the 1990s: Policy implication and environmental consequences", Parikh, Kirit S., in S. Tendulkar et al, ed. Sukhamoy Chakravarty memorial volume, 1993
  33. "Milk Supply Behaviour in India: Data Integration, Estimation and Implications for Dairy Development", Kaivan Munshi and Kirit Parikh, Journal of Development Economics, 1994.
  34. "Food Security for a Large and Poor Country", paper contributed to the Hans Linneman Festschrift, Trade, Aid and Development, edited by Gunning, Kox, Tims and De Wit, St. Martin's Press, New York, 1994.
  35. "Economic Reforms and Food and Agricultural Policy" - paper presented at the international conference on India's Economic Reforms, organized by the University of Oxford at Merton College, U.K., June 27-29, 1993.
  36. "Food Demand Pattern and Pricing Policy in Maharashtra: An Analysis using Household Level Survey Data", Angus Deaton, Kirit Parikh and Shankar Subramanian, Sarvekshana, Vol.18(2), 1994.
  37. "Economic Reforms and Agricultural Policy", Parikh, Kirit S; Jha, Shikha; Srinivasan, P.V., Economic and Political Weekly, V.28(29-30), 1993.
  38. "Strategies for agricultural liberalization: Consequences for growth, welfare and distribution", Parikh, Kirit S; Narayana, N.S.S; Panda, Manoj K; Ganesh Kumar, A., Economic and Political Weekly, V.30(39), 1995.
  39. "Privatisation of Distribution Network" in Souvenir-96 on Privatisation of Distribution Network: A Boon or Bane to the Consumer, October, 1996.
  40. "Agricultural trade liberalization: Growth, welfare and large country effects", Parikh, Kirit S; Narayana, N.S.S; Panda, Manoj K; Ganesh Kumar, A., Agricultural Economics, V.17(1), 1997.
  41. "Food security: Individual and national", Parikh, Kirit S., in India's economic reforms and development: Essays for Manmohan Singh. Ed by Isher J. Ahluwalia and I.M.D. Little. Delhi, Oxford Uni Pr, 1998
  42. "Food and Agricultural Policy: The challenges ahead", Parikh, Kirit S., Vikalpa: The Journal of Decision Makers, V.24(2), 1999.
  43. "Hungry Under the Food Mountain", Parikh, Kirit.S., Vistas in Agricultural Marketing (1997-2005), Volume 2, Indian Society of Agricultural Marketing, Nagpur.
  44. "Efficiency of Socialist Cooperative Farming: Appearance and Reality", Parikh Kirit S., Csaba Csaki and Laszlo Zeold.
  45. "The Withered Sprouts: The Case of the Irradiated Onions", Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi
  46. "Would Developing Countries Benefit From Agricultural Trade Liberalisation in OECD Countries", K. Frohberg, G. Fischer, Kirit S. Parikh, Discussion Paper No. 23, IGIDR, Mumbai, April 1990
  47. "Food and Agricultural Subsidies: Incidence and Welfare Under Alternative Schemes", Parikh Kirit S., Suryanarayana, M.H., Discussion Paper No. 14, IGIDR, Mumbai, May, 1989.

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General Equilibrium Modeling (GEM)

  1. "Linked National Models - A Tool for International Food Policy Analysis". Fischer G., Frohberg K., M.A. Keyzer and Parikh K.S., Kluwer Academic publishers, 1988.
  2. "Agriculture, Growth and Redistribution of Income: Policy Analysis with a General Equilibrium Model of India". Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and Srinivasan T.N., in North Holland's Contributions to Economic Analysis Series with an Indian edition by Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 1991.
  3. "Indian Agricultural Policy: An Applied General Equilibrium Model" by Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and T.N. Srinivasan, Journal of Policy Modeling 9(4):527-558(1987).
  4. "Macro-modeling - A panel discussion", Parikh Kirit S., in "Modelling Global Change", edited by Lawrence R. Klein and Fu-chen Lo, pp. 420, ISBN 92-808-0880-X, The United Nations University, 1995.
  5. "Policies and Impacts - Analysis with a GEM for India", Narayana N.S.S., Parikh Kirit S., Srinivasan T.N., Discussion Paper No. 3-1987, IGIDR, Mumbai, December, 1987.
  6. "Virtual Reality in Economy-wide Models - Some Reflections on Hope and Despair with Reference to India", N.S.S. Narayana and Kirit S. Parikh, in "Trade, Growth and Development - Essays in Honour of Professor T.N. Srinivasan, Edited by Gustav Ranis and Lakshmi K. Raut, Elsevier 1999.
  7. "Growth and Welfare Consequences of A Rise in Minimum Support Prices: An Applied General Equilibrium Analysis for India", Parikh Kirit S., A. Ganesh Kumar and Gangadhar Darbha, A report prepared for the Ministry of Finance, Govt of India, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, June 2002.

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Growth, Equity, Poverty (GEP)

  1. "Cities for the Poor", The Times of India, April 8, 1973.
  2. "Sustainable Growth and Equity and Stability in an International Setting. Growth and Equity in Agricultural Development". In Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference of Agricultural Economists, A.Maunder and K. Ohkawa, eds. Gower Publishing Company Limited, Farnborough, UK.,1982.
  3. "Analyzing National Policies for Growth with Equity". Co-authored with staff of the Centre For World Food Studies, Amsterdam. Published in I.A.A.E. Occasional Paper No.3 - Rural development - Growth and Inequality. B.L. Greenshields and M.A. Bellamy, eds. Gower Publishing Company Limited, Farnborough, UK., 1983.
  4. "Towards a World Without Hunger". WP-83-96, IIASA, October 1983.
  5. "Exploring Redistributive Policies to Eliminate Hunger - A Model of Indian Food Policy". Co-authored with N.S.S. Narayana. Operations Research '84, Ed. Brans, J.P., North Holland.
  6. "Growth and Redistribution, Efficiency and Equity: Exploring Some Policy Options for Developing Countries". Presented at the IVth European Congress of Agricultural Economists, Kiel, FRG, September 3-7, 1984.
  7. "Income and Nutrition Welfare Indicators and Proxies". Co-authored with J.P. Hrabovszky and L. Zeold. in Agriculture and Economic Instability by Bellamy Margot and Bruce Greenshields, IAAE Occasional Paper No.4, Gower, 1987.
  8. "From Hunger in Abundance to Abundance Without Hunger", Parikh K.S. and Tims W., Executive Report 13, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 1986.
  9. "Rural Works Programmes in India: Costs and Benefits" Narayana N.S.S., Parikh K.S. and T.N. Srinivasan, Journal of Development Economics Vol.29(2), 1988.
  10. "Food Consumption, Dietary Status and Chronic Hunger: An Assessment of its Extent and Policy Options" by Kirit S.Parikh and Wouter Tims, in 1988 World Food Conference Proceedings, Vol.II, editors John W.Helmuth and Stanley R. Johnson, Iowa State University Press.
  11. "Poverty Alleviation Policies in India: Food Consumption Subsidy, Food Production Subsidy and Employment Generation", by Parikh K.S. and T.N. Srinivasan. Paper presented at the 'Poverty Research Conference' held at Airlie House, Virginia, USA, October 25-28, 1989, jointly sponsored by IFPRI and the World Bank.
  12. "Chronic Hunger in the World: Impact of International Policies", Parikh Kirit S., "The Political economy of Hunger - Volume I: Entitlement and Well-Being", edited by Dreze Jean and Sen Amartya, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1990.
  13. "Rural Poverty in India: Incidence, Issues and Policies", Mahendra Dev S., Kirit S. Parikh and M.H. Suryanarayana, Asian Development Review, ADB, Vol.1, 1992.
  14. "Food and Agricultural Subsidies: Incidence and Welfare under Alternative Schemes", Parikh K.S. and M.H. Suryanarayana., Journal of Quantitative Economics, Vol.8, No.1, January 1992, 1-28.
  15. "Who gets how much from PDS: How effectively does it reach the poor?", Parikh, Kirit S., Sarvekshana, Jan-Mar, 1994.
  16. "Food demand pattern and pricing policy in Maharashtra: An anlysis using household level data", Deaton, Angus; Parikh, Kirit S; Subramanian, Shankar, Sarvekshana, V.18(2), 1994.
  17. "Poverty and Sustainable Development", Parikh, Jyoti K; Parikh, Kirit S., UNU/IAS Working Paper No.6, 1996.
  18. ""Political Economy of Growth and Reforms in South Asia", Parikh, Kirit S.; Saman Kelwgama, The South Asian Experience with Growth, Edited by Isher Judge Ahluwalia and John Williamson, Oxford University Press, New Delhi 2003.
  19. "Anti Poverty Programmes in India - Are they Pro-poor", Parikh Kirit S., Dev Mahendra, Shariff Abusaleh, paper presented at JNU-IFPRI Workshop on "The Dragon & The Elephant - A comparative study of Economic and Agricultural Reforms in China & India", March 25-26, 2003
  20. "Very Little Economic Analysis", in EPW, Vol. V, No. 6, February 7, 1970.

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Human Resources Development (HRD)

  1. "Hunger: Beyond the Reach of the Invisible Hand" - Fischer G., Frohberg K., Keyzer M., Parikh K., Rabar F. and Tims W., International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Austria, 1991.
  2. "Human Development Index: Is the Search for an Ideal HDI in Vain?" paper presented at the international workshop entitled Eco-technology Dialogue, organized by The Swaminathan Research Foundation, Madras, April 12-15, 1993.

Planning & Development (P&D)

  1. "Systems Analysis for Efficient Allocations, Optimal Use of Resources and Appropriate Technology: Some Applications". Vikram Sarabhai Award Lecture, August 12, 1978. Physical Research Laboratory Ahmedabad, India.
  2. "A Planning and Policy Model for India - An Illustrative Exploration of a Right-to-Food Program". Co-authored with N.S.S. Narayana. Paper presented at the Golden Jubilee Celebration Conference of the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, in "Review of the Indian Planning Process", Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta 1986, Bose D.K.(editor) 1981.
  3. "Planning without Policy: Ensuring Efficiency of Allocations But Not Operational Feasibility" In Essays on Economic Progress and Welfare in honor of I.G. Patel. Eds., Guhan S., and M.R. Shroff, Oxford University Press, 1985.
  4. "A Development Strategy for the 1990's" Discussion Paper No.1, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), May, 1987. Also in Economic and Political Weekly, March 19, 1988.
  5. "Eighth Plan and Beyond: Strategies and Tactics" IGIDR Discussion Paper No.13, March 1989
  6. "Recent reforms in infrastructure with special reference to Indian Railways: An analysis", Parikh, Kirit S; Ramanathan, R., in Indian planning: Search for change Ed by Hiten Bhaya. New Delhi, Asian Institute of Transport Development, 1997
  7. "Infrastructure, public goods and markets", Parikh, Kirit S., The Indian Economic Journal, V.46(4), 1999.
  8. "Economy", Parikh, Kirit S., in India briefing: A transformative fifty years, Ed by M.Bouton and P.Oldenburg. London, M.E.Sharpe, 1999
  9. "A Simple Scheme for Improving Railways Reservation Procedure with Interestin - Instantaneous Reservations Status Indicator", Discussion Paper No. 94, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, December, 1973.

 

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Environment (ENV)

  1. "An Operational Measurable Definition of Sustainable Development" by Parikh K.S. C.N. Vakil Memorial Lecture delivered at the 72nd Annual Conference of Indian Economic Association, Trivandrum, December 30, 1989.
  2. "Good Growth is Green Growth" by Kirit Parikh, IGIDR Discussion Paper No.54, 1991
  3. "Consumption Patterns: The Driving Force of Environmental Stress", Jyoti Parikh, Kirit Parikh, Subir Gokarn, J.P. Painuly and Bibhas Saha, report prepared for UNCED, 1991.
  4. "The Environmental Consequences of Urban Concentration: Cross-National Perspectives on Economic Development, Air Pollution and City Size", by Vibhooti Shukla and Kirit Parikh, Urban Geography, Vol.5, 1992, also published in urbanisation and economic growth, pp. 361-395, OUP 1996.
  5. "PPP and UPP for Developing Countries: Merits, Drawbacks and Feasibility" by Kirit Parikh, Note prepared for UNCTAD, 1992 and published in Fair Principles for Sustainable Development, ed. Edward Dommen, UNCTAD, Geneva, June 1992.
  6. "Methodology of Integrating Environment and Development, Issues, Indicators and Instruments", working paper presented at the UNDP meeting in Kuala Lumpur on development of models for Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Development of different regions, 15-19 Feb. 1993.
  7. "Modeling Framework for Sustainable Development: Integrating Environmental Considerations in Economic Planning", paper presented at the UN/ESCAP workshop on Integrating Environmental Considerations in Economic Planning, held at IGIDR, Bombay, July 28-30, 1993.
  8. "Natural Resource Accounting: A Framework for India", Kirit S. Parikh, Jyoti K.Parikh, V.K. Sharma and J.P. Painuly - IGIDR, November 1993.
  9. "Environmental Protection and the Role of Tax Policy", Parikh, Kirit S. Asian Development Review, Vol.13, No.1, 1995.
  10. "Decision-making framework to address Climate Change", Parikh, Jyoti K; Babu, P.G; Parikh, Kirit S, in Steps towards a decision-making framework to address climate change. Ed by G.Pillet and F.Gassmann. Swtizerland, Paul Scherrer Institute, 1994
  11. "Macroeconomics and the Environment", Discussant's Comments - Parikh, Kirit S., in Session I. Analytics - "How the Environment Affects the Macroeconomy", Proceedings of the Seminar by International Monetary Fund held in May 1995, Edited by Gandhi Ved P., IMF 1996.
  12. "Environment: Can neglect no longer", Vijay Laxmi; Parikh, Jyoti K, Parikh, Kirit S., in India Development Report, 1997. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1997
  13. "Climate change Risks and Responsibility: A developing countries perspective", addressed at the International Symposium on Climate Change and Its Strategic Research - Tackling Issues of the Climate Changes in IGES' Way, IGES 1998.
  14. "Air and water quality management: New initiatives needed". in India Development Report, 1999-2000. Ed by Kirit S. Parikh. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999
  15. "Markets for public goods", Parikh, Kirit S. in The future of India's stock markets. Ed by Tushar Waghmare. New Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1998
  16. "Poverty and Environment: The poor as agents of environmental regeneration", Parikh Kirit S., Social Development and Poverty Elimination Division, UNDP, WP-1-1998.
  17. "Environmental Governance for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific", Parikh, Kirit S., Report prepared for ESCAP and UNDP, United Nations, New York, 2002.
  18. "Climate Change: India's perceptions, positions, policies and possibilities" Parikh, Jyoti K. and Parikh, Kirit S., Paper Presented at OECD Seminar, 2000.
  19. " Energy needs, Options and Environmental Consequences" at the PAN Asia 2006 - Annual International Conference of the Stanford Centre for International Development (SCID), Stanford University, California, June, 2006.

Environmental Accounting and Valuation (EAV)

  1. "Toward a Natural Resource Accounting System" by Kirit Parikh, IGIDR Discussion Paper No.45, 1991.
  2. "Natural Resource Accounting: A Framework for India", Parikh, Kirit S; Parikh, Jyoti K; Sharma, V.K; Painuly, J.P,
  3. "Natural Resource Accounting for Soils: Towards an Empirical Estimate of Costs of Soil Degradation for India", by Parikh Kirit S. and Upal Ghosh, IGIDR Discussion Paper No.48, 1991.
  4. "From SNA to NRA : A Framework that presents a stepwise Approach for Developing Countries" in Proceedings of the Workshop on Macroeconomic Policy and Environment, Washington DC, IMF, 1993.
  5. "Assessing Environment Consequences of Economic Development", Presidential Address at the 32nd Annual Indian Econometric Society Conference, Bangalore, March 21-23, 1996.
  6. "Economic Valuation of Air Quality Degradation in Chembur, Bombay, India", Parikh, Kirit S; Parikh, Jyoti K; Muraleedharan, T.R; Hadkar, Nandini, IGIDR study carried out for The World Bank, 1995.
  7. "Free Ride Through Delay: Risk and Accountability for Climate Change", Parikh Kirit S. and Parikh Jyoti K., in the Proceedings of the IPCC Expert Meeting on Climate Change and Its Linkages with Development, Equity, and Sustainability", held on 27-29 April, 1999, edited by Mohan Munasingeh and Rob Swart, pp. 294-297, ISBN 90-6960-084-6, 2000.
  8. "Accounting for Environmental Degradation: A Case Study for India", Parikh Kirit S. and Parikh Jyoti K., "United Nations University/Institute of Advanced Studies for the Project Sustainable Development for India", January 2002.

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Sustainable Development (SD)

  1. "Decision Making and Simulation Strategies for the System of Models for Agricultural Planning of the Stavropol Region: (Mathematical Description)". WP-83-93. Co-authored with F.Ereshko and V.Y.Lebedev. October 1983., in Sustainable Development in Agriculture, Parikh J.K. (editor), Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 1988.
  2. "An Operational Measurable Definition of Sustainable Development" by Parikh K.S. C.N. Vakil Memorial Lecture delivered at the 72nd Annual Conference of Indian Economic Association, Trivandrum, December 30, 1989.
  3. "PPP and UPP for developing countries: Merits, drawbacks and feasibility", Parikh, Kirit S., in Edward Dommen ed., Fair principles for sustainable development. Geneva, UNCTAD, 1992
  4. "Modeling Framework for Sustainable Development: Integrating Environmental Considerations in Economic Planning", Parikh, Kirit S; Panda, Manoj K; Murthy, N.S., UN/ESCAP 1993.
  5. "Equitable Sustainable Development of Gujarat" Presidential Address at the Gujarat Economic Association's Annual Conference 1995, Economics and Political Weekly,1995.
  6. "Sustainable Development and the Role of Tax Policy" Parikh, Kirit S., Asian Development Review, V.13(1), 1995.
  7. "Sustainable Development of Indo-China", Parikh, Kirit S. in Strengthening capacities in trade, investment and the environment for the comprehensive development of Indo-China: Study prepared for ESCAP. New York, United Nations, 1995
  8. "Poverty and Sustainable Development", Parikh, Jyoti K; Parikh, Kirit S. UNU/IAS working paper no.6, 1996.
  9. "A framework for Sustainable Development of India: An Overview", Parikh Kirit S. and Palanivel T., UNU/OECD International Conference on the Sustainable Future of the Global System 24-25 May, 2000.

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Population Studies (PS)

  1. "India in 2001". Invited paper presented at the International Economic Association Conference on Impact of Population Growth, France, 1973. Published in Population Resources and Environment, Coale, Ansley (ed.) McMillan, 1976.
  2. "Lost Decades 1971-1991 - What India missed", Parikh, Kirit S.


Civil Engineering and Housing

  1. "An Experimental Investigation of the Buckling of Welded Triangular Frames with Single-Angle Members". M.Tech. Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, I.I.T., Kharagpur, 1957.
  2. "STAIR (Structural Analysis Interpretive Routine) Instruction Manual". Lincoln Manual No.48, Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, Mass. , 1960.
  3. "The Dynamic Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Columns, Part II". Co-authored with Yang, C.Y., Tang, C.N., et.al. Research Report R.62.5, School of Engineering, MIT, March 1962.
  4. "Analysis of Large Pin-Connected Three Dimensional Frameworks". Co-authored with Rossow, E.L., and Biggs., J.M. In Proceedings of the Symposium on the Use of Computers in Civil Engineering, Lisbon, October, 1962.
  5. "Analysis of Shells Using Framework Analogy", Sc.D. Thesis at MIT.
  6. "STEIGR (Structural Eigenvector Routine)", Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, Mass. 1967.
  7. "Response to Earthquake of a Nuclear Reactor of MAPP Design in Seismic Zone IV". Co-authored with V.N. Gupchup, V.V. Nori, Programme Analysis Group, Department of Atomic Energy, Bombay, November 1971.
  8. "Performance Approach to Cost Reduction in Building Construction". Parikh, K.S., Madhavan, K., Baker, L. and Alexander, K.C. Government of Kerala, Trivandrum, 1974.
  9. "Structural design considerations in house builders model: An optimization approach", Tiwari, Piyush; Parikh, Kirit S; Parikh, Jyoti K.
  10. "Effective housing demand in Mumbai (Bombay) metropolitan region", Tiwari, Piyush; Parikh, Kirit S; Parikh, Jyoti K., Urban Studies, V.36(10), 1999. Also in the proceedings (Volume 2) of the 32 Annual Indian Econometric Society Conference, March 21-23, 1996.

Systems Analysis (SA)

  1. "Systems Analysis for Efficient Allocations, Optimal Use of Resources and Appropriate Technology: Some Applications". Published in a special issue of The Journal of the Operational Research Society, Volume 37, Number 2, February 1986, Pergamon Press Ltd.

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Technology Assessment (TA)

  1. "Modeling the Role of Organic Fertilizers in Developing Agricultural Systems". Co-authored with N.Konijn, G. Kromer, J.K. Parikh. Final report of work which was sponsored by Control Data Corporation Research Project No.80 101. IIASA, January 1983.
  2. "Describing Agricultural Technology--Bridging the Gap from Specific Processes to General Production Functions". WP-83-95, October, 1983.
  3. "Africa's Growing Dependence on Imported Wheat", Mahendra Shah, Gunther Fischer, Gerhard Kromer, Kirit S. Parikh in "Agriculture and Economic Instability" Edited by Margot Bellamy and Bruce Greenshields, International Association of Agricultural Economists, Occasional Paper No. 4, Gower, 1987.
  4. "Assessing the Impact of Alternative Technical Progress on Global Food Production and Distribution". Co-authored with Günther Fischer, Klaus Frohberg and Janos Hrabovszky. Presented at the XIX International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Malaga, Spain; August 26-September 4, 1985.
  5. "Estimation of Yield Functions for Major Cereals in India" by Narayana N.S.S. and Kirit S. Parikh, Journal of Quantitative Economics, Vol3, No.2, July 1987.
  6. "The Role of Technology in Agricultural Development in India", Kirit S. Parikh, S. Mahendra Dev and Shantanu Deshpande, IGIDR Discussion Paper No.42, 1991.
  7. "Technology and Development: Role of Systems Analysis", Deepak K. Merchant Memorial Lecture delivered at IIT, Powai, Nov. 1991.

Technology Policy (TPS)

  1. "Building Technological Capability for Self-Reliance". Technology in Society, Vol.3, pp 423-431(1981), Pergamon Press, also PP-80-7 IIASA, August 1980.
  2. "Research for Development in Asia", A study carried out for IDRC, Canada,2003.

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Water Resources Management (WR)

  1. "Scheduling the Operations of the Bhakra System". Minhas, B.S., Srinivasan, T.N., and Parikh, K.S., with Marglin, S.A., and Weisskopf, T.E. Sankhya Series B., Volume 34, Part 2, June 1972, Statistical Publishing Society, Calcutta, 1972.
  2. "How to Get More out of Water". Science Today, September 1971.
  3. "Towards a Production Function of Wheat with Dated Inputs of Water". Co-authored with B.S. Minhas, T.N. Srinivasan. Water Resources Research, Volume 10, No.3, June 1974.

 

Memorial Lectures, Convocation Addresses

1. "Design, Designers & Development", 10th Convocation Address at the National Institute of Design, Paldi, Ahmedabad.

2. 12th V.T. Krishnamachari Memorial Lecture on "India's Energy Future" at Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi on 7th December, 2005

3. Rai Bahadur Ravaji Ramchandra Kale Memorial Lecture 2006 on "Bridging Divides and Reducing Disparities:Empowering People" at Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics (GIPE), Pune, in January, 2007.

4. Distinguished lecture on "Role of Science & Technology in Ensuring Social Justice" at Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social Science Research (MPISSR), Ujjain

5. Sixth Convocation Address on "Live Meaningfully" at Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology, Nadiad; 09th May, 2007

6. Eleventh Colonel Pyara Lal Memorial Lecture 2007 on "India's Energy Needs: Strategic Imperatives", organized by United Service Institution of India, New Delhi; 12th September, 2007

7. 2nd Dr. B.S. Minhas Memorial Lecture" at A.S. College, Khanna; 24th October, 2007

8. Second Golden Jubilee Lecture of Maharashtra Economic Development Council (MEDC) on "Implications of 123 Agreement for Indian Energy Sector", Mumbai; 26th October, 2007

9. Dr. Kanwar Sain memorial lecture on "Energy and Water Nexus"

10. First Raj Bhavan VKRV Rao Memorial Lecture on "Integrated Water Management", 7th February, 2009

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