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Energy system transitions and macroeconomic assessment of the Indian building sector
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-10-03)
India’s energy sector has grown rapidly in recent years with buildings playing a major role as they constitute about 40% of India’s final energy demand. This paper provides a quantitative model-based assessment of the ...
Achieving sustainable development in India along the low carbon pathways: macroeconomic assessment
(World Development, 2019)
Achieving fast and inclusive economic growth concurrently with greenhouse gases (GHG) emission control could have wide-ranging implications for the Indian economy, predominantly fuelled by fossil energies. India faces high ...
Macroeconomic assessment of India’s development and mitigation pathways
(Climate Policy, 2019)
Although a rapidly growing economy, India faces many challenges, including in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Moreover, post-2020 climate actions outlined in India’s Nationally Determined ...
Innovations in public administration in India
(Economic & Political Weekly, 2019)
Innovations in public service could be a core driver for ensuring that public administration becomes competitive, efficient, cost-effective and accountable to the citizenry. This state of innovation in India is analysed ...