Journal Articles

  1. K. Gopakumar(2012).Historical Evolution of Federal Finances in India. Federal Governance.
  2. K. Gopakumar(2012). Constitution Amendment Bill for Goods and Services Tax in India: A Critical Analysis International Journal of Goods and Service Tax, Vol.I Issue I.
  3. K. Gopakumar(2012). Input Tax Credit on Cross Border Transactions: The Models and Functional Intricacies. A Study on Goods and Services Tax in India , International Journal of Goods and Service Tax, Vol.I Issue I.
  4. K. Gopakumar(2012).Constitution Amendment Bill on GST: Implications and Alternatives 19, Kerala Tax Reporter
  5. K. Gopakumar(2012). From Central Sales Tax to Central Purchase Tax, 17 Kerala Tax Reporter.
  6. K. Gopakumar(2011).Goods and Services Tax in India: The Principles of Levy and Appropriation, Organisational Management Vol. XXVII.
  7. K. Gopakumar(2011).Input Tax Credit under Goods and Services Tax in India: The Structure and Certain Areas of Concerns, Ambedkar Law University Journal , Vol. II.
  8. Slim Haddad, D. Narayana, KS Mohindra. Reducing inequalities in health and access to health care in a rural Indian community: an India- Canada collaborative action research project. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2011, 11(Suppl 2):S3 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-698X/11/S2/S3
  9. S. Mukherjee, Slim Haddad, and D. Narayana. Social class related inequalities in household health expenditure and economic burden: evidence from Kerala, south India. International Journal for Equity in Health 2011
  10. K.S. Mohindra, D.Narayana, S.S.Anushreedha, SlimHaddad. Alcohol use and its consequences in South India: Views from a marginalised tribal population. Drug and Alcohol Dependence xxx (2011) xxx–xxx
  11. Jose Sebastian(2011) . India’s VAT Experience, International VAT Monitor, Vol.23, No.1, 2011.
  12. Jose Sebastian(2011). Understanding the Revenue Productivity of VAT, IUP Journal of Public Finance, Vol. IX, No.4.
  13. D Narayana. Review of the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana. Economic & Political Weekly July 17, 2010 vol xlv no 29.
  14. Jose Sebastian(2010). Kerala’s Education System: Is More Government the Solution? Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.XLV, No. 3
  15. K.S. Mohindra, D. Narayana, and Slim Haddad. “My story is like a goat tied to a hook.” Views from a marginalised tribal group in Kerala (India) on the consequences of falling ill: a participatory poverty and health assessment. JECH Online First, published on October 23, 2009 as 10.1136/jech.2008.086249
  16. KS Mohindra, D Narayana, CK Harikrishnadas, SS Anushreedha, Slim Haddad. Paniya Voices: A Participatory Poverty and Health Assessment among a marginalized South Indian tribal population. BMC Public Health 2010
  17. K. S. Mohindra., Slim Haddad., and D Narayana. Can microcredit help improve the health of poor women? Some findings from a cross-sectional study in Kerala, India. International Journal for Equity in Health, 2008
  18. Narayana, D. (2008). Intensifying Infant Mortality Inequality in India and a Reversal by Policy Intervention Journal of Human Development Volume 9, Number 2, July 2008.
  19. N. Ramalingam(2007).Goods and Service Tax 2010. Vyavasayakeralam, Directorate of Industries & Commerce,Government of Kerala; May.
  20. N. Ramalingam(2007). Budget 2007 and Kerala Farmers, Kerala Calling, Govt; of Kerala; March.
  21. Levesque, J-F., Haddad, S., Narayana, D., Fournier, P. (2007). Affording what’s free and paying for choice: Comparing the cost of public and private hospitalization in urban Kerala. Int. J Health Plann Mgmt. 22(2): 159-174.
  22. Levesque, J-F., Haddad, S., Narayana, D., Fournier, P.(2007) Insular pathways to health care in the city: a multilevel analysis of access to hospital care in urban Kerala, India. Tropical Medicine and International Health. 12(7): 1-14.
  23. Levesque, J-F., Haddad, S., Narayana, D., Fournier, P. (2006). Uneven options for accessing health care in developing world cities: a multilevel analysis of outpatient care utilisation in urban Kerala, India. Health Policy and Planning, 21:289-301.
  24. K.S. Mohindra, Slim Haddad, and Narayana, D. (2006). Women’s health in a rural community in Kerala, India: do caste and socioeconomic position matter? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60: 1020-1026.
  25. Narayana, D. (2005). Local governance without capacity building: Ten years of Panchayati Raj in India. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 40, No. 29, June 25, 2005.
  26. Narayana, D. (2005). Institutional Change and its Impact on the Poor and Excluded: The Indian Decentralisation Experience, Development Centre Working Paper, No. 242, Paris: OECD.
  27. Jose Sebastian(2002), Implementation of VAT in India: The Tasks Ahead, International VAT Monitor, Vol.13, No.5.
  28. L.Anitha Kumary.(2001)- Moolya Vardhitha Nikuthi – Oru Avalokanam (Malayalam) – Kerala Tax Reporter – 2001.
  29. L.Anitha Kumary.(2001)- Moolya Vardhitha Nikuthiyum Nikuthi Nirakkile Vyathiyanagalum (Malayalam) – Kerala Tax Reporter – 2001.
  30. L.Anitha Kumary.- Sales Tax in Kerala – The need for an Alternative, 1993, Kerala Tax Reporter.