External Publications

point Jain, Akriti 2019: Measuring Research Efficiency of Higher Academic Technical Institutions of India:A Malmquist Productivity Index Approach, Inderscience, July: 09.

point Jain, Akriti 2019: Patenting by universities: Weighing costs and benefits, Times of India, June: 19.

point Tripathy, R.K.2019: Power Play: Is India ready for demand aggregation in power sector?, GovernanceNow, February: 05.

point Tripathy, R.K., Vivek Tyagi 2019: The role of Unsolicited Proposals in developing Public Infrastructure: An Empirical Study, Research Bulletin, January: 02.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2018: The Road Ahead: Can India bank on hybrid annuity model., GovernanceNow, November: 05.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2018: Schools for Profit., GovernanceNow, February: 28.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2018: Affordable Housing: Is PPP Model The Best Way Forward?., Swarajya, January: 14.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2018: Rolling on electricity:Electric vehicles can help boost the sagging power sector-and reduce pollution too., Governance Now, January: 09.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2017: Building The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure In India, The PPP Way, Swarajya, December: 27.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2017: Learning to build the smart cities!, The ambitious mission requires large-scale capacity building of civic officials, Governance Now, October: 15.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2017: Reinventing the idea of single part tariff for power distribution to domestic consumers: Does it make sense!, Modern Diplomacy,, September: 12.

point Tripathy, R.K. 2017: Supreme Court’s Verdict Denying Compensatory Tariff to Power Projects opens a pandora box!, Modern Diplomacy, May: 26.

point Sharma, S. 2016: Principled approach to Competition Law Enforcement in India, Taxindiaonline.com., Tiolcorplaws, October: 06.

point Sharma, S. 2015: Competition Distortions Require a Policy Response: Evidence from Competition Commission of India Orders, Lex WITNESS,, Lex WITNESS, February: 51-53.

point Sharma, S. 2014: Micros of the Macro Law: Economics Actuates Competition Law, Lex WITNESS, Lex WITNESS, September: 42-43.

point Swain, A. K. 2014: Is There a Trade-Off between Agricultural Development, Adaptation and Mitigation? , Yojana, Vol 58 (July): 48-51.

point Hijam, L. 2014: Setting Competition Jurisprudence: Deductions from COMPAT’s Orders, Lex WITNESS, June: 54-55.

point Swain, A. K. 2014: Can India Reform its Agriculture?, The Diplomat, 01 June.

point Sharma, S. 2014: Trailing Five Trends in Five Years of Competition Law Regime in India: Need to Gear up for Competition Law Compliance, Lex WITNESS, May: 34-36.

point Swain, A. K. 2014: Regulating the Race to Renewables, Yojana, Vol 58 (May): 29-32.

point Swain, A. K. & Mehta, U. S. 2014: Balancing State, Utility and Social Needs in Agricultural Electricity Supply: The Case for a Holistic Approach to Reform , Briefing Note, Geneva: Global Subsidies Initiative, International Institute for Sustainable Development.

point Swain, A. K. 2013: In Pursuit of Low-Carbon Electricity, Ideas for India, 06 September.