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Pondicherry: A Social and Political History
Inequality of Opportunity in Indian Society
Contribution To A Public Good Under Subjective Uncertainty
Vertical governance and corruption in urban India: The spatial segmentation of public food distribution
Managing catastrophe risks: the case of seisms
Hierarchical hidden Markov structure for dynamic correlations: the hierarchical RSDC model (revised version)
Les nomades d’aujourd’hui. Ethnologie des éleveurs Raika en Inde.
L’intermède français en Inde. Secousses politiques et mutations juridiques.
Gender discriminations among young children in Asia.
Microfinance challenges: empowerment or disempowerment of the poor?
Mapping out social change In South India. A geographic information system and its applications.
Microfinance: from daily survival to social change.
Palakkad Pass and the cattle trail. An example of a territory of reference in South India.
Orientalism and anthropology. From Max Müller to Louis Dumont.
South Indian Population Information System (SIPIS). Vol. 1: Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. [CD-ROM]
Essays on population and space in India.
The resources of history. Tradition, narration and nation in South Asia.
SAARC. Economic and political atlas.
To give or not to give… From brideprice to dowry in Maharashtra (Pune District).
The making of democratic inequality. Caste, class, lobbies and politics in contemporary India (1880-1995).