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Explaining Global India: a multi-sectoral PhD training programme analysing the emergence of India as a global actor

Deliverables

Post Doctoral Training

D63 Training for ESRs on postdoctoral opportunities

Field Work

Each ESR will be hosted for a period average 6 months in an Indian university partnerESRs have access to modules in their host university on India and its Global role and on languages and methodsESRs have a local supervisor in addition to skype email contact with home dept supervisor

Final dissemination event

Dissemination event final conference of project

Event 5-8

Events 58 were merged to one deliverable for operational reasons with an approval of the coordinator however their description remains the same

Public engagement activities

D42 Public engagement activities at each training event Each training event will have a public engagement element

Work experience

All ESRs will spend a period on secondment to a nonacademic partner where they will gain experience of that sector learn new transferable skills and develop new perspectives on possible careers

Event 1-4

Events from 1-4 are merged to one deliverable however their description remains the same as defined in Part B.

Edited Book

D45 Edited Book M48 Prepare edited book proposal and secure publisher by month 48

Conference papers delivered

D43 30 Conference Papers delivered by ESRs between month 20 and 48

Publications

It was agreed with the coordinator to include additonal deliverable prior the MTR with publications such conference papers, policy briefs and dissemination etc delivered by ESRs between month 1-22

Policy Briefs

All ESRs will produce tailored information and recommendations for target groups based on their research findings 60 policy briefs to academic and nonacademic recipients

Media programme

D46 60 media articles blogs and programme to maximise dissemination reach The programme will be in place by month 10

Publication 1-22

D44 30 Journal Articles and 15 Book Chapters M3048 Will deliver high quality academic outputs during the PhD process

Grant Applications

D62 A minimum of two grant applications aimed at continuing the work of the ETN

Mid-term report

Mid term report

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Publications

NORMATIVE POWERS IN MARITIME AFFAIRS: INDIA-EU COOPERATION IN THE INDIANOCEAN REGION

Author(s): Tomasz Lukaszuk
Published in: The Copernicus Journal of Political Studies 2020, 1, 2020, Page(s) 63-81, ISSN 2299-4335
Publisher: Copernicus Foundation for the Development of Scientific Research
DOI: 10.12775/cjps.2020.004

The study of Indian foreign policy: emerging trends and arrested directions

Author(s): Shounak Set
Published in: Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 33/4, 2020, Page(s) 620-625, ISSN 0955-7571
Publisher: Routledge
DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2020.1785719

The Female ‘Boot on the Ground’: Indian Ambivalence Over Gender Mainstreaming in UN Peacekeeping Operations

Author(s): Lara Klossek; Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués
Published in: International Peacekeeping, 4, 2021, Page(s) 527-552, ISSN 1353-3312
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
DOI: 10.1080/13533312.2021.1880899

Diffusion agents and institutional change: The variable influence of independent regulatory agencies across sectors in India

Author(s): Shashwat Kumar
Published in: Utilities Policy, 64, 2020, Page(s) 101041, ISSN 0957-1787
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jup.2020.101041

Management science and nation building: The sociotechnical imaginary behind the making of the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad

Author(s): Lourens van Haaften
Published in: The Indian Economic & Social History Review, 58/3, 2021, Page(s) 333-359, ISSN 0019-4646
Publisher: Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd.
DOI: 10.1177/00194646211020308

What is a Safeguard Measure under WTO Law?

Author(s): Akhil Raina
Published in: Trade, Law & Development, Vol. 10, Issue 2, 2019, ISSN 0975-3346
Publisher: TL&D

The Political Asceticism of Mamata Banerjee: Female Populist Leadership in Contemporary India

Author(s): Proma Ray Chaudhury
Published in: Politics & Gender, 2021, Page(s) 1-36, ISSN 1743-923X
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/s1743923x21000209

Recognising climate co-benefits : case of Rajkot city

Author(s): Tanvi Deshpande
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 10, 2021
Publisher: DCU

Institutional dilemmas to address non-performance of contracts in the Electricity Sector

Author(s): Shashwat Kumar
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 3, 2020
Publisher: DCU

Enhancing the effectiveness of India’s development partnership practices

Author(s): Rachna Shanbog
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 1, 2020
Publisher: DCU

Strengthening Democratic Oversight: An Analysis Of Parliamentary Questions On India’s Development Assistance Programme

Author(s): Rachna Shanbog
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 4, 2020
Publisher: DCU

A lot done, a lot more to do!

Author(s): Shruti Neelakantan
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 7, 2019
Publisher: DCU

‘Is India a neglected partner? UN peacekeeping in a changing world’

Author(s): Lara Klossek
Published in: 2018
Publisher: Global India website

China and Non-Market Economy Treatment: A Tale of Two Interpretations

Author(s): Akhil Raina
Published in: Linklaters online blog, 2018
Publisher: Linklaters

My morals, your trade, our WTO: Public Morals after Brazil – Taxation

Author(s): Akhil Raina
Published in: Linklaters online blog, 2018
Publisher: Linklaters online

Making and Breaking Deals? Priorities and Strategy in Trump’s Renegotiations

Author(s): Akhil Raina
Published in: Linklaters online blog, 2018
Publisher: Linklaters

Will Walmart’s acquisition of India’s e-commerce start-up – Flipkart, result in job losses?”

Author(s): Anish Tiwari
Published in: Blog, 2018
Publisher: Global India online

Building capacity in municipal governments for urban climate action

Author(s): Tanvi Deshpande
Published in: Global India Policy Brieg, 5, 2020
Publisher: DCU

Indian Housing Projects For Neighbours: Positive Effect, Yes. But How Much?

Author(s): Rachna Shanbog
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 8, 2021
Publisher: DCU

Joining Hands in the Training of Peacekeepers – What prospects for EU-India cooperation?

Author(s): Lara Klossek
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 2, 2020
Publisher: DCU

Reinforcing climate commitments: Rajkot’s Climate Action Plan

Author(s): Tanvi Deshpande
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 9, 2021
Publisher: DCU

Higher education cooperation in the EU’s strategy towards India: shifting rationales and unfulfilled potentials

Author(s): Lourens Van Haaften
Published in: Global India Policy Brief, 6, 2021
Publisher: DCU

EU and Global Economic Governance: A Leader without a Roadmap?

Author(s): Akhil Raina
Published in: European Integration and Global Power Shifts: What Lessons for Asia?, 2019
Publisher: Julien Chaisse and Denis Edwards eds.

How European Think Tanks Think about India: A Perception Study, 2008-2017

Author(s): Lourens van Haaften & Idesbald Goddeeris
Published in: chapter in edited volume of the NEAR Lecture series (title unknown), 2019
Publisher: Rajendra Jain (ed.)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3518885

The Jesuit mission and business management education in contemporary India

Author(s): Lourens Van Haaften
Published in: Edited Volume Mission and Modernity Studies, 2019
Publisher: Leuven University Press
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3518865