Dibyendu Maiti  : Research

 

 

Current Research

  1. Maiti, D (2018), Trade, Market Imperfections, and Labour Share, http://www.cdedse.org/pdf/work292.pdf
  2. Maiti, D (2018), ÍCT, Leisure Externality, and Wellbeing’,  http://www.cdedse.org/pdf/work286.pdf

Journal Article (refereed)

  1. Maiti, D. and Bhattacharyya, C. (2019), ‘Informality, Enforcement and Growth’, Economic Modelling (forthcoming) 
  2. Maiti, D. (2019) “Trade, Labor Share, and Productivity in India’s Industries”. ADBI Working Paper 926. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute. Available: https://www.adb.org/publications/trade-labor-share-and-productivity-india-industries
  3. Singh, P. and Maiti, D. (2019), “Sources of Finance, Innovation and Exportability in Asia and Pacific: Cross-country Evidences”, Journal of Asian Economic Integration, 1(1): 1-24
  4. Maiti, D. (2017), “Anti-Dumping, Competitiveness, and Welfare: A Study with special reference to India”, Indian Economic Review, 53(1): 1-24
  5. Maiti, D. and Kumar, S. (2016), ‘Regional Agreements, Trade Costs and Flows in the Pacific Island Economics, Economica Politica, DOI: 10.1007/s40888-016-0029-z
  6. Prakash, K. and Maiti, D. (2016), ‘Devaluation, trade balances and the J-curve phenomenon: The case of Fiji’, Economic Modelling, 55, 382–393: doi:10.1016/j.econmod.2016.02.023
  7. Maiti, D.; Narayan, D. and Kumar, S. (2016), ‘Regulation, Costs and Informality: The Case of Fiji’, Journal of Pacific Studies, 36(2), 149-69
  8. Maiti, D. and Marjit, S. (2015), “Regional Openness, Income Growth and Convergence of Indian States during 1980 -2009” (with S. Marjit), South Asian Economic Journal, 16(1) 145–166
  9. Jafarey, S. and Maiti, D. (2015), ‘Glass Slippers and Glass Ceilings: An Analysis of Marital Anticipation and Female Education’ Journal of Development Economics, 115: 45–61; http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304387814001576
  10. Maiti, D.; Dasgupta, P. and Paul, A. (2014), Productivity and Elasticity Differential between Direct and Contract Workers in Indian Organised Industries, Review of Market Integration 6(2), 1-17
  11. Maiti, D. (2014), ‘Foreign Competition, Union and Distributive Share of Workers: Theory and Evidences from Indian Economy’, Trade and Development Review, 7(2)
  12. Saha, B., Sen, K. and Maiti, D. (2013), “Trade Openness, Labour Institutions and Flexibilisation – Theory and Experiences in India” Labour Economics, 24, 180-95;  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0927537113000973
  13. Maiti, D. and Mukherjee, A. (2013), “Governance, Foreign Direct Investment, and Domestic Welfare”, International Review of Economics and Finance, 27: 406-415; http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1059056012001335
  14. Maiti, D. and Mukherjee, A. (2013), “Trade Liberalisation, Outsourcing, and Union Wage”, Labour Economics, 21, 103-10 (Elsevier)
  15. Maiti, D. (2013), “Precarious Works in India: Trend and Emerging Issues”, American Behavioral Scientists, DOI: 10.1177/0002764212466247, 57(4), 507 – 530 (Sage)
  16. Maiti, D. and Chand, B.P. (2012), “Openness and Growth of Fijian Economy”, Journal of Pacific Studies, 32, 32-49
  17. Maiti, D. (2013), “Market Imperfections, Trade Reform and Total Factor Productivity Growth: Theory and Practices from India”, Journal of Productivity Analysis, 40(2), 407-18 (Springer); http://hdl.handle.net/10.1007/s11123-012-0313-z
  18. Maiti, D. (2012), “Market Distortions and Productivity Growth with reference to India”, Economics Bulletin, 32 (3), 2313-2319
  19. Maiti, D. and Marjit, S. (2011), “Subcontracting, R&D and Labour Productivity – A Theoretical Explanation” (with S. Marjit), Journal of Economic Development, 36(3): 1-24
  20. Maiti, D. and Mitra, A. (2011), Education, Vulnerability and Development”, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 16 (2), 199–211
  21. Maiti, D. and Sen, K. (2010), “The Informal Sector in India: A Means of Exploitation or Accumulation?”, Journal of South Asian Development, 5(1), 1-13
  22. Marjit, S. and Maiti, D. (2010), “Informality and Productivity”, India Macroeconomic Annual, Annual Volume, 131-72
  23. Maiti, D. and Marjit, S. (2008), “Trade Liberalization, Production Organization and Informal Sector in the Developing Countries”, The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 17 (3), 445-53
  24. Maiti, D. (2008), “Organizational Morphology of Rural Manufacturing and its Dynamics in Liberalized India”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 32 (4), 571-92
  25. Marjit, S., Kar, S. and Maiti, D. (2007), “Regional Trade Openness Index and Income Disparity – A New Methodology and the Indian Experiment”, Economic and Political Weekly, 24 (9), 757-69
  26. Marjit, D. and Maiti, S. (2006), “Politics and Contemporary Macroeconomy of India”, India Macroeconomics Annual, Annual Volume, 1-49
  27. Marjit, S. and Maiti, D. (2005), “Globalization, Reform and Informal Sector”, WIDER-UNU Research Paper RP12/ 2005, Helsinki, Finland
  28. Dutta, M. Roy, S., Maiti, D. and Saha, S.  (2005), “Protecting India’s Forest: Effectiveness of Forest Protection Committees – Case of Southern West Bengal, India”, The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 12 (1), 66-78
  29. Dutta, M. Roy, S., Maiti, D. and Saha, S.(2004), “Forest Protection Policies and Local Benefits from Non-Timber Forest Produce: Lessons from West Bengal”, Economic and Political Weekly, 39 (6)
  30. Sau, S.N. and Maiti, D. (2001), “Trend of Production and Employment of Village Industries in India – An Analysis”, (with S.N.Sau), Vidyasagar University Journal of Economics, 8 (1)

Books and Edited Volume

  1. Maiti, D. (2014), Reform, Productivity Growth and Formal Labour Market in India, Routledge Publisher, London
  2. Maiti, D. and Sen, K. (2010), The Informal Sector in India (Special Volume), Journal of South Asian Development, 2010 (Guest edited) vol. 5. No.1
  3. Maiti, D. and Sen, K. (2010), The Informal sector in South Asia: Organisational Dynamics, Institutional Determinants,  Inter-linkages and Development (Special Volume) Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 2010 (Guest edited), 52 (2)

Chapter/Article in Book

  1. Agarwal, A., and Maiti, D. (2019), “Digitalization and Development in India: Myths and Realities”, Sanyal, D. and Dutta, S. (eds.), Impact of Digital Technologies, Kunal Publishers, Delhi
  2. Dutta, S. Maiti, D and Haldar, A. (2017), ‘Recruitment Procedure and Status of Workers: An Analysis of Indian Industries in Two States of India’, in ed. Bhui, S., Human Resource Development: Issues and Challenges, Kolkata: Abhijit Publications
  3. Maiti, D. and Kumar, S. (2015), ‘Pacific Integration with Asia’, in Chakraborty, D. and Mukherjee, J. (ed.), Trade, Investment and Economic Development: Empirical Methods and Policy Issues, Routledge (in press)
  4. Maiti, D. (2013), “Trade Relations of China and India with Mekong Region”, in P. De, Two Decades of ASEAN-India Relations: Prospects and Challenges for Mekong-India, Cambridge University Press
  5. Maiti, D. (2012), “Delicensing and Pro-Poor Growth of India”, in Bhattacharyya, D.N. (ed.), Indian Economic Development – Contemporary Issue, Regal Publications, New Delhi
  6. Maiti, S., Kar, S. and Maiti, D. (2010), “Labour Market Institutions and Poverty – The Role of Informal Sector” in Bhaskar Dutta et al. (eds.), New and Enduring Themes in Development Economics, NY: World Scientific Press
  7. Maiti, D. and Marjit, S. (2006), “Globalization, Reform and Informal Sector”, in B. Guha-Khasnobis & Ravi Kanbur (eds.), Informal Labor Markets and Development, Palgrave-McMillan, Helsinki
  8. Maiti, D and Mondal, D. (2006), “Reform and Rural Industrialization: A Study on Production Organisation in India”, in R.R. Prasad and G. Rajanikanth (eds.), Rural Development and Social Change, Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi
  9. Maiti, D. and Mondal, D. (2004), “Development Finance of Panchayats: A Study of Eight Gram Panchayats in Purba and Paschim Medinipur Districts of West Bengal”, in Sau, S.N.(ed.), Issues of Participatory Decentralized Planning, Firma K.L.M, Kolkata
  10. Sau, S.N. and Maiti, D. (2002), “Impact of Economic Reform on Employment of Village Industries in India – An Analysis”, (with S.N.Sau), in Mathur, A. and Raikhy, S.P. (eds.), Economic Liberalisation and its Implications for Employment, Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi
 Working/Research paper
  1. Maiti, D (2018), Trade, Market Imperfections, and Labour Share, CDE Working Paper No. 292, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, India: http://www.cdedse.org/pdf/work292.pdf
  2.  Maiti, D, and Bhattacharyya, C. (2018), “Informality, Governance and Growth”, CDE Working Paper No. 283, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, India: http://www.cdedse.org/pdf/work283.pdf
  3. Maiti, D (2018), ÍCT, Leisure Externality, and Wellbeing’,  http://www.cdedse.org/pdf/work286.pdf
  4. Maiti, D. (2017), ‘A Simple Real Business Cycle Model: Application of Mathematica”, Wolfram Mathematica, https://www.wolfram.com/events/technology-conference-in/2017/presentations/
  5. Prakash, K. and Maiti, D. (2015), ‘Devaluation, trade balances and the J-curve phenomenon: The case of Fiji’, WP 2015/02, School of Economics, FBE, The University of the South Pacific, Suva
  6. Maiti, D. and Kumar, S. (2015), Regional Trade Agreements and Trade Flows in the Pacific Island Economies: Application of Gravity Model, WP 2015/01, School of Economics, FBE, The University of the South Pacific, Suva
  7. Maiti, D. and Reddy. V. (2014), ‘Climate Change and its Impact on GDP of PICs: An Explorative Study’, The International Conference on Renewable Energy and Climate Change, 14-18th July, The University of the South Pacific
  8. Maiti, D and Sen, R. (2014), ‘Strategic Interaction, Competition and Trade: A Study on Small Island Economies’, 55th New Zealand Association of Economists Conference, 2-4th July 2014; http://nzaeconference.co.nz
  9. Prakash, K. and Maiti, D. ‘J-curve disparity in the goods and services sectors in the Pacific region:
    Evidence from Devaluation in Fiji’55th New Zealand Association of Economists Conference, 2-4th July 2014; http://nzaeconference.org.nz/images/Kushneel.pdf
  10. ‘Contractualisation and Productivity Growth: Theory and Evidence from India’ 9th Growth and Development Conference, ISI New Delhi, 19-22nd Dec, 2013, https://editorialexpress.com/cgi-bin/conference/download.cgi?db_name=acged2013&paper_id=176
  11. Maiti, D. and Singh, P. (2012), “Competitiveness, Innovation and Exportability of Firms in the Asia-Pacific Region’ (with Prakash Singh), Working Paper, ARTNeT-UNESCAP (forthcoming)
  12. Maiti, D. (2012), “Anti-Dumping, Competitiveness and Consumer Welfare: A Study on Commodity Prices with Special Reference to India”, SANEI Working Paper Series No. 12-07, South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutes, Dhaka; http://saneinetwork.net/Files/3008201204241412.07.DMaiti.pdf
  13. Maiti, D. and Chand, B.P. (2012), “Openness and Growth of the Fijian Economy”, Working Paper 2012/02, School of Economics, The University of the South Pacific, http://www.econ.fbe.usp.ac.fj/fileadmin/files/schools/ssed/economics/working_papers/2012_Working_Papers/WP01-Maiti_and_Biman-1.pdf
  14. Maiti, D. and Mukherjee, D. (2010), “Governance, Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Welfare”, Research Paper 2010-10, Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gep/research/papers/2010/10-27.aspx
  15. Maiti, D. and Mukherjee, A. (2010), “Trade Liberalisation, Outsourcing and Union Wage”, Research Paper 2010-10, Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gep/research/papers/2010/10-07.aspx
  16. Maiti, D. (2010), “Foreign Competition, Bi-sourcing, and Union Wage Share”  http://www.isid.ac.in/~pu/conference/dec_10_conf/Papers/DibyenduMaiti.pdf
  17. Maiti, D. (2009), “Institution, Network, and Industrialisation: Field Evidence on Flexibility and Fragmentation from India”, IPPG Discussion Paper 26, Consortium of Institutions for Pro-Poor Growth, University of Manchester, http://www.ippg.org.uk/papers/dp26.pdf
  18. Maiti, D. and Marjit, D. (2009), “The Institutional Determinants for Informalisation and its effects on Poverty and Growth,  IPPG Discussion Paper 30, Consortium of Institutions for Pro-Poor Growth, University of Manchester, http://www.ippg.org.uk/papers/dp30.pdf
  19. Sen, K., Saha, B. and Maiti, D. (2009), “Trade Openness, Labour Institutions and Flexibilisation – Theory and Experiences in India” BWPI Working Paper 123, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, http://ideas.repec.org/p/bwp/bwppap/12310.html
  20. Maiti, D. and Marjit, S. (2010), “Regional Openness, Income Growth and Convergence of Indian States: 1980 -2005” (with S. Marjit), IEG Working Paper 304, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
  21. Sen, S., Saha, B. and Maiti, D. (2008), “Liberalisation and Labour Market Dualism in Indian Organised Manufacturing” (with K. Sen and B. Saha), Seminar paper, IDPM, University of Manchester, 2008 and Conference Volume, International Conference on Informal Sector in South Asia, 27-28th July 2009
  22. Maiti, D. and Marjit, D. (2009), “Informal Wage and Formal Labour Productivity” (with S. Marjit), Working Paper 301, Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi
  23. Maiti, D. and Bönte, W. (2006),  “Trade Reform, Vertical Contracts and Innovation of Developing Economy”, www.isid.ac.in/~planning/DibyenduMaiti.pdf and Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
  24. Maiti, D. (2005)Conflict Resolution Mechanism and Level of Forest Protection: A Study on Southern West Bengal in India”, Agragamee, Bhubaneswar
  25. Maiti, D. (2005), “Organisational Morphology of Rural Manufacturing in Liberalised India: A Case of West Bengal”, Working Paper 371, Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram
  26. Maiti, D. and Mondal, D. (2004), “Growth and Fluctuation of Development Finance of Panchayats: A Study of Eight Gram Panchayats in Purba and Paschim Medinipur Districts of West Bengal”, Occasional Paper No. 19, Department of Economics with Rural Development, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal.

 Sponsored Research Projects are undertaken

  1. Responsible Innovation, ICT and Wellbeing’, Research Council of Norway (2016-18)
  2. Diagnosing Critical Constraints to Growth and Structural Transformation in Selected Developing Members Countries, Asian Development Bank, 2013-14 (partially)
  3. CGE Modelling for Trade Analysis, jointly sponsored by WTO, UN ESCAP (ARTNeT) and USP
  4. Trade Creation, Regional Growth and Development: The Role of Regional Trade Agreement in South Pacific Islands, sponsored by The University of the South Pacific, Fiji
  5. Competitiveness, Technological Innovation and Exportability of Firm in Asia-Pacific Region: The role of Innovation and Finance, sponsored by ARTNeT, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 2011
  6. Anti-Dumping, Competitiveness and Consumer Welfare: A Study on Commodity Prices with a Special Reference to India, sponsored by South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutes (SANEI), 2011
  7. Economic Reform, Asymmetric Organisations and Formal Informal Interaction, (with A. Mukherjee) jointly sponsored by ESRC (UK) and ICSSR (India), 2010
  8. The Effect of Economic Reform on Wage-Bargaining and Cost-Price Margin, sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (2009-2011)
  9. Delegation, Enforcement and Contract,(with S.Marjit), sponsored by Institutions for Pro-Poor Growth (DFID-UK), 2008-09 (www.ippg.org.uk/researchdm.html)
  10. Production Organization and Dynamics of Rural Industrial Growth in China, CASS, Beijing and ICSSR, New Delhi, 2005