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JSGP Research Highlights

JGU’s faculty members and students undertake research through its schools, research centres, and institutes. Research is funded through external or internal grants, or are self-funded. To date, our researchers have undertaken projects with public, private and non-profit organizations based in India and across the globe on issues ranging from public policy, urban planning, and intellectual property rights to energy security, agrarian policy, and civil society. A selection of these research projects, both completed and ongoing, is described below to highlight our domain areas of experience and expertise.

  • Competition Policy in Comparative Perspective

     

  • Framework for Preparation of a Blue-Print for Advocacy through Mapping of Practices among Existing C...

     

    JSGP as part of its capstone project curriculum for second year students of the MA in Public Policy programme is currently involved in developing a “Framework for Preparation of a Blue-Print for Advocacy

  • Capacity Building: Technical Support for Institutionalization of Certificate Course on Practice and...

    The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), Bhutan has entered into an institutional contract with JSGP for “Technical Support for Institutionalization of Certificate Course on Practice and Theory on Social Policy” with the aim of transferring skills wi

  • The India Public Policy Report

    A first of its kind, the India Public Policy Report (IPPR) is the flagship publication of JSGP. It seeks to contribute to policy advocacy and to improving the policy making and the implementation process in India.

  • Reputations and Realities: Exploring Policy Effectiveness in Selected States

    This project is a follow-up to the India Public Policy Report 2014 and focuses on four states: Gujarat, Kerala, Haryana and Sikkim.

  • Transnational Urbanism: Influence of Transnational Processes on the Co- Production of Urban Space i...

    This project explores the ways by which flow of information, bodies and finance spurred by small trade and manufacture around electronic items (mobile phones, computers) intersects with the coproduction of space in India and Hong Kong.