Department of International Development (ID)
Manoj Srivastava is the Jamsetji Tata Fellow in Pro-Poor Governance
Poverty alleviation, micro-finance, self help groups, micro and small enterprise development; Decentralization, people's participation and empowerment, community driven development; Public sector reform, anti-corruption, service delivery; Governance, institutions, institutional change and development; Primary education, capacity building; Inclusive growth, political economy of development, challenges of globalization; Rule of law, regulatory functions of State, political party, elections and electoral reforms; India, South Asia
Five paper series:
Pro-poor Governance Reform Initiatives in Madhya Pradesh, India, 1993-2010: An Introduction
The first four papers will shortly be available as Working Papers
Transferring Resources and Powers to the Village Panchayats: Does It Improve Governance and Developmental Outcomes?
The Story Of The Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (JRY) In Madhya Pradesh, India
Do the Poor Effectively Utilise a "Rights-Based Programme" With The Support Of Multi-Layered Decentralisation?
The Dynamics Of EAS In Madhya Pradesh, India With A Comparative View From Bihar
Could The Poor Demand And Control Their Own Schools?
The Story Of The Education Guarantee Scheme In Madhya Pradesh, India
Crossing The "Great Divide": Does It Produce Positive State-Society Synergy?
The Story Of A Partnership Between Millions Of Villagers And Watershed Mission Officials