For an extended listing of Peter Mayer's publications, please see attached document.
Selected Publications --digital copies
Suicide and Society in India (London and New Delhi: Routledge, 2011/2012)
"Trends of Real Income in
Tiruchirapalli and the upper Kaveri Delta, 1819-1980: A Footnote in Honour of
Dharma Kumar" Indian Economic and Social History Review
Vol. 43, No. 3 (July-September, 2006), pp.349-364.
“Beyond Cricket: Australia–India
Evolving Relations” Australian Journal of
Political Science, Vol. 45, No. 1, (March 2010), pp. 133–148 (with
“Old Regions, New States: Why Is
Governance Weak in the Indus-Ganges Plain?” Asian
Journal of Political Science Vol. 18, No. 1, (April 2010), pp. 20-47.
“Persuading Politicians: Researching
the Value of Social Capital in South Australia” (with Lou Wilson) Revista Migrações No. 9, Outubro 2011, pp.
Violations of Duverger’s Law in India”, Studies
in Indian Politics Vol. 1 No.2,(2013),
“The Modi lahar (wave) in the 2014
Indian national election: A critical realignment?”, Australian Journal of
Political Science, Vol .49, No. 3, (2014), pp. 518-528, (with Priya
“South Australia and India” (with
Purnendra Jain) in John Spoehr and Purnendra Jain (eds.) The Engaging State (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 2012).
“Politics at the University of
Adelaide” in Nick Harvey, Jean Fornasiero, Greg McCarthy, Clem Macintyre and
Carl Crossin (eds.) A History of the
Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide 1876-2012 (Adelaide:
University of Adelaide Press, 2012).
“Riots, Elections and Society:
Discerning Social and Political Trends in India and Pakistan in Coming Decades”
in Amitendu Palit and Gloria Spittel (eds.) South
Asia in the New Decade: Challenges and Prospects (Singapore: World
“Mapping the Strength of Village
Elites” in Lance Brennand and Auriol Weigold (eds.) Re-Thinking India: Perceptions from Australia (New Delhi:
Readworthy, 2013), pp. 104-127.
“Comparative Reflections on The
Civilizing Process” in David Lemmings and Ann Brooks (eds.) Emotions and
Social Change: Historical and Sociological Perspectives (New York &
London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 233-251..
"Privatization and Resistance in South Asia" in Mita Bhattacharya, Russell Smyth and Marika Vicziany (Eds) South Asia in the Era of Globalization: Trade, Industrialization and Welfare (Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2004)
"'We are the Slowest Reformers': Disinvestment of India's State-Owned Enterprises" in Dilip Dutta (ed.) Economic Liberalisation and Institutional Reforms in South Asia: Recent Experiences and Future Prospects (New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 2000)
"Militarism and Development in
Underdeveloped Societies" in Lester Kurtz (ed.) Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and ConflictSecond Edition (Oxford: Academic Press, 2008)
"The Two Nations: Indian Federalism in the Rip Tide of Debt and Globalism" in Ian Copland and John Rickard (eds.) Federalism: Australia and India (New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, forthcoming 1997)
"Equal Opportunity: "`Shock' or Opportunity? Reflections on the Australian Experience," in A. Nakamura ed., Comparative Studies of Public Administration (Tokyo: EROPA Local Government Center, 1995).
Asian politics, economic reform in Asia, India, Pakistan, South Asia, reform, politics (development, economic reform in Asia), Indian politics, Pakistan politics, Pakistani politics, suicide; social change, failed states
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