Research

The India Observatory works in partnership with key academic, government and corporate organisations in order to:

  • Support and promote research into economic, social, developmental and cultural issues relevant to India
  • Promote research related to India within LSE by developing and supporting a network of academics from across the school
  • Forge partnerships with India, Asia, Europe and other regions for collaborative research and knowledge sharing issues related to India and Asia
  • Support public-private partnerships for research and dissemination

Current Projects

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LSE-TISS Collaboration|

A research collaboration, supported by the Jamsetji Tata Trust launched at LSE in 2007|.

 
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Palanpur|

This sixth round of study of Palanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India - led by Nicholas Stern| - examines a perspective from six decades of economic development in this north Indian village.

 
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Environment Sustainability and Climate Change|

The India Observatory works with the Grantham Research Institute| on Climate Change and the Environment, and the Bangalore Climate Change Initiative - Karnataka to develop research and programmes related to India on this theme.

 
Water

Urban Water Supply and Governance|

The LSE India Observatory and the University of Hyderabad|, India, are jointly undertaking research into urban water supply and governance.The research is supported by a grant from UKIERI|.

 

Past Projects

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Growth and Inclusion|

The project on Sustaining Growth and Promoting Inclusion in India aimed to enhance the understanding of India's growth process, the role of greater inclusion in driving and the sustaining growth and ability of growth to benefit all sections of society.

 
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Reserve Bank of India|

Workshops on topics related to Central Banking and Financial markets.

 
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Confederation of Indian Industry|

An MoU was signed with CII| to promote knowledge and exchange programmes to facilitate interaction on innovations and business practices.

 
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Institute for Financial Management and Research|

An MoU was signed with IFMR in March 2005. The MoU is intended to recognise the general basis for a cooperative and collaborative academic relationship between IFMR and LSE.

 
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