Yuko Aoyama with Balaji Parthasarathy. 2016. The Rise of the Hybrid Domain: Collaborative Governance for Social Innovation. Edward Elgar. ISBN: 978 1 78536 042 8, DOI:10.4337/9781785360435
Anjali K Mohan and Balaji Parthasarathy. 2016. From Hierarchy to Heterarchy: The State and the Municipal Reforms Programme, Karnataka, India. Government Information Quarterly. 33:427-434. DOI:10.1016/ j.giq.2016.05.007
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2010. The Computer Software Industry as a Vehicle of Late Industrialisation: Lessons from the Indian case. Journal of Asia-Pacific Economy. 15(3):247-270. DOI:10.1080/13547860.2010.494902
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2004. Globalizing Information Technology: The Domestic Policy Context for India's Software Production and Exports. Iterations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Software History. 3 (3 May 2004):1-38. http://www.cbi.umn.edu/iterations/parthasarathy.pdf
Michael Southworth and Balaji Parthasarathy. 1997. The Suburban Public Realm II: Eurourbanism, New Urbanism and the Implications for Urban Design in the American Metropolis. Journal of Urban Design. (1):9-34. DOI:10.1080/13574809708724394
Michael Southworth and Balaji Parthasarathy. 1996. The Suburban Public Realm I: Its Emergence, Growth andTransformation in the American Metropolis. Journal of Urban Design. 1(3):245-263. DOI:10.1080/ 13574809608724385
Balaji Parthasarathy. 1994. Marxist Theories of Development, the New International Division of Labor, and the Third World. Berkeley Planning Journal. 9:109-124. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/6d4039j5
Balaji Parthasarathy and Yuko Aoyama. 2016. Beyond ICTs and developmental domains: The historical specificity of ICTD. Proceedings of the Eigth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, Ann Arbor, USA, 3-6 June. DOI:10.1145/ 2909609.2909662
Mandar Kulkarni and Balaji Parthasarathy. 2015. Negotiating the antinomes of regional branching with intermediaries: Providing a “spatial fix” to innovation in new media industries.13th Globelics International Conference, Havana, Cuba, 23-25 September.
Ricardo Ramirez, Balaji Parthasarathy and Andrew Gordon. 2013. From
infomediaries to infomediation at public access venues: lessons from a
3-country study. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, Cape Town, South Africa, 7-10 December. DOI: 10.1145/ 2516604.2516621
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2011. The Role of Regions in Supporting the Emergence and Growth of Global Innovation Networks: The Case of Bangalore, India. 9th Globelics International Conference, Buenos Aires,
Argentina, 15-17 November.
Balaji Parthasarathy and V Ranganathan. 2010. The National System of Innovation in India and its Globalization. 8th Globelics International Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1-3 November.
Janani Vasudev and Balaji Parthasarathy. 2007. The Post-Consumptive Residues of Information and Communication Technologies: Transnational E-waste Flows and Developmental Dilemmas. 2nd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD2007). Bangalore, 15-16. December. DOI:10.1109/ ICTD.2007.4937389
Balaji Parthasarathy and Janaki Srinivasan. 2006. Innovation and its
Social Impacts: The Role of Ethnography in the Evaluation and Assessment of ICTD Projects. 4th Globelics International Conference, Trivandrum, 4-7 October.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 1998. Industrializing Countries and the Changing International Division of Labor in the Computer Software Industry: Lessons from the Indian case, 1977-1997. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Globalization Workshop for Junior Scholars, Duke University, USA, 24-25 April.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2013. The ICT industry in Bangalore: Its changing structure and characteristics. Pp.87-105 (Chapter 5) in Hitoshi Hirakawa, Kaushalesh Lal, Naoko Shinkai and Norio Tokumaru (eds.). Servitization, IT-ization and Innovation Models: Two-state Industrial Cluster Theory. Routledge. (Note: this is a shorter version of the paper published in 2010 in the Journal of the Asia-Pacific Economy,15(3):247-70)
Balaji Parthasarathy and Bharath M Palavalli. 2011. The Role of Standards in Technology Driven Commodity Chains: The Information and Communications Technology Service Industry in Dalian, China, and Bangalore, India. Pp.237-258 (Chapter 11) in Moriki Ohara, M Vijayabaskar and Hong Lin (eds.). Industrial Dynamics in China and India: Firms, Clusters and Different Growth Paths. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI:10.1057/ 9780230308305_12
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2009 Information Technology. Pp.469-474 in Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift (eds.).International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Elsevier. DOI:10.1016/B978-008044910-4.00180-2
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2007. Contrasting Regimes of Regional Development: The Telecommunications Equipment Industry and the Computer Software Industry in India. Pp.189-222 (Chapter 9) in Allen J. Scott and Gioacchino Garofoli (eds.). Development on the Ground: Clusters, Networks, and Regions in Emerging Economies. Routledge.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2006. The Political Economy of the Computer Software Industry in India. Pp.153-173 (Chapter 8) in Govindan Parayil (ed.). Political Economy and Informational Capitalism in India: Digital Divide, Development and Equity. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI:10.1057/ 9780230595613_8
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2005. The Political Economy of the Computer Software Industry in Bangalore, India. Pp.199-230 (Chapter 6) in Ashwani Saith and M. Vijayabaskar (eds.).ICTs and Indian Economic Development: Economy, Work, Regulation. Sage Publications
Jennifer Brant and Balaji Parthasarathy. 2015. The Dynamics of Global Technology and Knowledge Flows. International Chamber of Commerce Innovation and Intellectual Property Research Paper No.4. http://ssrn.com/ abstract=2587205
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2014. Reversing the flow of ideas? Frugal innovation for India and the world beyond. Chanakya Papers, Australia India Institute, University of Melbourne. http://aiiserver.com/sites/default/files/NEW10489-Chanakaya%20Paper-Balaji%20Parthasarthy-V6.pdf
Ricardo Ramirez, Balaji Parthasarathy and Andrew Gordon. 2013. Infomediaries: Brokers of public access. Global Impact Study Research Report Series, Technology and Social Change Group, University of
Washington, Seattle. https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/ bitstream/item/25410/GIS_Infom ediaries_final_report.pdf?sequence=1
Balaji Parthasarathy and Girish Prabhu. 2012. Wireless or Nothing:
Designing with 4G technology in India’s social and cultural milieu. Report submitted to Intel India Technology Private Limited
Balaji Parthasarathy (with Kenneth Keniston, G.R.Kiran, Richa Kumar, Aswin Punathambekar, G.Dileep Kumar, Janaki Srinivasan and Solomon Benjamin). 2005. Information and Communications Technologies for Development: A Comparative Analysis of Impacts and Costs from India. Report submitted to the Department of Information Technology, Government of India (vide administrative approval no.3(74)/2003-EGD, dated 10.02.2004)
Michael Southworth and Balaji Parthasarathy. 1997. Reassessing the Public Realm: Implications for Urban Design in the Evolving Edge of the American Metropolis. Working paper 685, Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California, Berkeley.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2011. Reivew of "Shirin Madon. 2009. E-governance for Development – A Focus on Rural India. Palgrave Macmillan." Information Technologies and International Development. 7(4):81-84
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2007. Review of "Asish Arora and Alfonso Gambardella (eds). 2005. From Underdogs to Tigers: The Rise and Growth of the Software Industry in Brazil, China, India, Ireland, and Israel. Oxford University Press." Economic Geography. 83(3):331-332.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2006. Review of "James Heitzman. 2004. Network City: Planning the Information Society in Bangalore. Oxford University Press." Indian Economic and Social History Review. 43(4):511-513.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 2001. Review of "Harry A. Mengers. 1997. Urban Development in the State of Karnataka, India: Policies, Actors and Outcomes. Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change, Volume 27. Saarbrucken: Verlag fur Entwicklungspolitik." Development and Change. 32(1):188-189.
Balaji Parthasarathy. 1998. Review of "Richard Heeks. 1996. India's Software Industry: State Policy, Liberalisation and Industrial Development. Sage Publications." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences. 558:234-235.
ITS 651 Dynamics of the Information Technology Industry
ITS 652 Economic and Social Impacts of Information Technology
ITS 305 From Territorial Place to Cyberspace: The Political Economy of
ITS 295 The City: A Crucible of Innovation
Rory Horner. 2013. The State, Patents and the Development of
India’s Pharmaceutical Industry. Dissertation submitted for the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree, Department of Geography, Clark University, USA
Amit Prakash. 2008. Importance of Development Context in Use of ICT4D Projects: A Study of Land Record Computerization in India. Dissertation submitted for the Fellowship in Management (FPM) Programme, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
N.Dayasindhu. 2002. Reasons for the Inimitability of Network Resources:
Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation Sweden
Project: Global innovation networks, regional variety and its impact on the innovativeness of firms and regions: The IT and new media industry in Sweden in a global comparative perspective
Duration: 1 January 2014 – 31 December 2018
Funding: 402,000 Swedish Krona (of a SEK 8.4 million study coordinated by the Center for Innovation Research and Competence in the Learning Economy (CIRCLE), Lund University, Sweden)
Agence Nationale Recherche, France
Project: Ingénieurs et société en Inde coloniale et postcoloniale
Duration: 1 January 2014 – 31 December 2016
Funding: €12,000 (of a €336,687 study coordinated by the Centre d’Études de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud, Paris)
National Science Foundation, USA
Project: The Global Shift in R&D Alliances: Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) and the quest for the ‘Base of the Pyramid’ (BOP) markets
(co-Principal Investigator: Yuko Aoyama, Clark University, USA)
Duration: 1 September 2011 – 31 August 2014;
Funding: US$73,928 (of US$269,998)
Riksbanken Jublieumsfond, Sweden
Project: The challenge of globalization: Technology driven foreign direct investment and its implications for the negotiation of International Investment Agreements
Duration:1 September 2011 – 31 August 2014
Funding: €79,870 (of a €950,000 study coordinated by Center for Innovation Research and Competence in the Learning Economy (CIRCLE), Lund University, Sweden)
Intel Technology India Private Limited
Project: Next Generation Scalable Wireless Infrastructure and Services in the context of India’s social and cultural characteristics
Duration: 1 March 2011 – 28 February 2012
Institute of Developing Economies, Japan
Project: ICTs as vehicle for Late-industrialization: Industrial Development Process in China and India the in 21st Century
Duration: 1 April 2009 – 31 March 2010
European Union Seventh Framework Programme
Project: Impact of Networks, Globalisation, and their Interaction with EU Strategies
Duration: 1 January 2009 – 31 December 2011
Funding: €76,000 (of a €2.7 million study coordinated by the University of Bologna)
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
International Development Research Centre, Canada
Project: Infomediaries: Brokers of Public Access
(co-Principal Investigators: Andrew Gordon, University of Washington, Seattle; Ricardo Ramirez, University of Guelph)
Duration: 1 January 2008 – 30 June 2013
Funding: US$223,000 (of the US$5 million Global Impact Study coordinated by the Technology and Social Change Group, University of Washington, Seattle)
Microsoft Research University Relations
Project: E-nabling the Underserved: An Ethnographic Study of ICT for Development Projects in Rural India
Duration: 15 January 2005 – 15 January 2006
Leverhulme Trust, UK
Project: Small ICT Firms in Developing Countries: An Analytical Case Study of India
(co-investigator: Vigneswara P Ilavarasan)
Duration: 1 April 2004 to 31 March 2006
Funding: UKP 23,000
Department of Information Technology, Government of India
Project: Information and Communications Technologies for Development: A Comparative Analysis of Impacts and Costs from India
Duration: March 2004 – December 2004
International Development Research Centre, Canada
Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme, UNDP
The Asian Media Information and Communication Centre, Singapore
Project: Diffusion of Information and Communication Technologies in India: Labour Market Implications for Developing Countries
(co-investigator: M Vijayabaskar)
Duration: 1 April 2002 – 31 March 2003