Book Chapters

  1. Shyama Nair. R (2011) ‘Thirteenth Finance Commission – An Overview’ in B A Prakash (ed.), Indian Economy Since 1991: Economic Reforms and Performance (Revised Edition), Pearson, New Delhi, India
  2. Haddad, Slim., Baris, Enis., and Narayana, D. (2008). The MAPHealth Project: a Multi –Country Initiative. In Haddad, Slim., Baris, Enis., and Narayana, D. (Eds.) Safeguarding the Health Sector In Times of Macroeconomic Instability: Policy Lessons for Low- and Middle- Income Countries, Africa World Press, Inc., Trenton , NJ, 2008
  3. Narayana, D. (2008). Adjustment and Health sector Reforms: the Solution to Low Public Spending on Health Care in India? In Haddad, Slim., Baris, Enis., and Narayana, D. (Eds.) Safeguarding the Health Sector In Times of Macroeconomic Instability: Policy Lessons for Low- and Middle- Income Countries, Africa World Press, Inc., Trenton , NJ, 2008.
  4. Narayana, D. (2008). High Health Achievements and Good Access to Health Care at Great Cost: the Emerging Kerala Situation. In Haddad, Slim., Baris, Enis., and Narayana, D. (Eds.) Safeguarding the Health Sector In Times of Macroeconomic Instability: Policy Lessons for Low- and Middle- Income Countries, Africa World Press, Inc., Trenton , NJ, 2008.
  5. Haddad, Slim., Narayana, D., and Baris, Enis. (2008). Political Will and Adaptive Strategies: Keys to Safeguarding the Health sector in Times of Macroeconomic Instability. In Haddad, Slim., Baris, Enis., and Narayana, D. (Eds.) Safeguarding the Health Sector In Times of Macroeconomic Instability: Policy Lessons for Low- and Middle- Income Countries, Africa World Press, Inc., Trenton , NJ, 2008.
  6. Narayana, D. (2008) ‘Self-Help Groups’, in Kaushik Basu (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Economics in India, (Revised Edition), Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2008. (brought out with revisions in 2011)
  7. Jose Sebastian(2008).Centre-State Financial Relations in the Post-Liberalisation Period, In The Indian Economy: Economic Reforms and Performance since 1991, edited by Professor B.A Prakash, Pearson Education, New Delhi.
  8. Narayana, D. (2007). Participation of the Poor and Excluded in Local Governance: The Indian Decentralization Experience. In Vaidyanathan A., and K L Krishna (ed) Institutions and Markets in India’s Development: Essays for K N Raj, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2007.
  9. Narayana, D. (2007) Poor but Healthy? The Paniyas of Kerala, India. In Navaneetham, K., Dharmalingam, A., and Caselli, G. (Eds.) Poverty, Nutrition and Mortality: A Comparative Perspective, Committee for International Cooperation in National Research in Demography, Paris, 2007.
  10. Narayana, D. (2003). Persistence of deprivation in Kerala. In Centre for Poverty Analysis et al (eds.) Poverty Issues in Sri Lanka: Towards New Empirical Evidence, CPA, Sri Lanka, 2003.