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Tidsskriftartikler
  • Haarstad, Håvard; Sareen, Siddharth; Wanvik, Tarje Iversen; Grandin, Jakob; Kjærås, Kristin Edith Abrahamsen; Oseland, Stina Ellevseth; Kvamsås, Hanna; Lillevold, Karin; Wathne, Marikken Wullf. 2018. Transformative social science? Modes of engagement in climate and energy solutions. Energy Research & Social Science. 42.
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Baillie, Douglas; Kleinwaechter, Juergen. 2018. Transitions to Future Energy Systems: Learning from a Community Test Field. Sustainability. 10. 14 sider. Publisert 2018-11-30. doi: 10.3390/su10124513
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Haarstad, Håvard. 2018. Bridging socio-technical and justice aspects of sustainable energy transitions. Applied Energy. 228: 624-632. doi: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.06.104
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Kale, Sunila S. 2018. Solar 'power': Socio-political dynamics of infrastructural development in two Western Indian states. Energy Research & Social Science. 41: 270-278. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2018.03.023
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. Energy distribution trajectories in two Western Indian states: comparative politics and sectoral dynamics. Energy Research & Social Science. 35: 17-27. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2017.10.038
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. Discourses around Logging: The Moral Economy of Wood Extraction from West Singhbhum's Conflicted Forests. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. 40: 862-877. doi: 10.1080/00856401.2017.1372075
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. Who governs local access in Jharkhand? Mechanisms of access to government services. Forum for Development Studies. 44. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/08039410.2016.1233135
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. The Burning Forest: India’s War in Bastar, Nandini Sundar. Journal of South Asian Development. 12: 209-212. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0973174117714942
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Nathan, Iben. 2017. Under what conditions can local government nurture indigenous people’s democratic practice? A case study of two Ho village assemblies in Jharkhand. Journal of Development Studies. 54: 1354-1373. doi: 10.1080/00220388.2017.1329523
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Oskarsson, Patrik. 2017. Enduring discourses and everyday contestation: Introduction to special section on discourse and resource conflict in extractive zones of India. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. 40: 763-771. doi: 10.1080/00856401.2017.1380749
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2016. Whose matkam? An ethnographic account of the political economy of mahua flowers. Journal of Adivasi and Indigenous Studies. 3: 37-45.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2016. Seeing development as security: constructing top-down authority and inequitable access in Jharkhand. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal. 13. doi: 10.1080/00220388.2017.1329523
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2016. Editorial Introduction. Asia in Focus. 3.
  • Sareen, Siddharth; Manuel, Celie. 2016. Uphill tasks within Kumaon Himalayan communities: Multi- dimensional gendered inequalities in everyday life. Asia in Focus. 3: 43-53.
Rapporter/avhandlinger
  • Falk, Johan; Gaffney, Owen; Bhowmik, Avit; Borgstroem-Hansson, Carina; Pountney, Christopher; Lunden, Dag; Pihl, Erik; Malmodin, Jens; Lenhart, Jennifer; Jonas, Krisztina; Hoejer, Mattias; Bergmark, Pernilla; Sareen, Siddharth; Widforss, Sofia; Henningsson, Stefan; Plitt, Sophie; Shalit, Tomer. 2018. Exponential Climate Action Roadmap. Future Earth, Sweden. 108 sider.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. Politics, procurement, bail-out and buy-in: Woes and ways for Rajasthan’s distribution sector. Regulatory Assistance Project, Vermont, USA. 22 sider.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. What powers success on the ground? The gradual reform of electricity distribution in Gujarat. Regulatory Assistance Project, Vermont, USA. 23 sider.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2015. Governing the conflicted commons: Authorising resource access in the Indian tribal belt. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. 210 sider.
Bokkapitler
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2018. Gujarat’s success in efficient electricity distribution: A call for proactive governance to further gains. Chapter 4. I:
    • Dubash, Navroz K; Bharvirkar, Ranjit; Kale, Sunila S. 2018. Mapping Power: The Political Economy of Electricity in India's States. Oxford University Press. 376 sider. ISBN: 9780199487820.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2018. Electricity distribution in Rajasthan: Unbundling the recurrent failures of a politicised sector. Chapter 11. I:
    • Dubash, Navroz K; Bharvirkar, Ranjit; Kale, Sunila S. 2018. Mapping Power: The Political Economy of Electricity in India's States. Oxford University Press. 376 sider. ISBN: 9780199487820.
  • Sareen, Siddharth. 2017. The continuing marginalisation of adivasi livelihoods despite decentralisation: Resource extraction in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum. Chapter 8, sider 140-158. I:
    • Nielsen, Kenneth Bo; Oskarsson, Patrik. 2017. Industrialising Rural India: Land, policy and resistance. Routledge. 200 sider. ISBN: 978-1138936713.

Se fullstendig oversikt over publikasjoner i CRIStin.

2017. (with Iben Nathan) Nurturing democratic practice through local deliberative institutions: Ho village assemblies in Jharkhand. Journal of Development Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00220388.2017.1329523

2017. Politics, procurement, bail-out and buy-in: Woes and ways for Rajasthan’s distribution sector. Regulatory Assistance Project Working Paper. https://www.raponline.org/knowledge-center/politics-procurement-bail-out...

2017. What powers success on the ground? The gradual reform of electricity distribution in Gujarat. Regulatory Assistance Project Working Paper. https://www.raponline.org/knowledge-center/what-powers-success-on-the-gr...

2016. Seeing development as security: constructing top-down authority and inequitable access in Jharkhand. South Asian Multidisciplinary Academic Journal 13. http://samaj.revues.org/4146

2016. Who governs local access in Jharkhand? Mechanisms of access to government services. Forum for Development Studies 43 (3). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08039410.2016.1233135

2016. The continuing marginalisation of adivasi livelihoods despite decentralisation: Resource extraction in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum. In ‘Industrialising India: Land, Policy, Resistance’ (eds Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Patrik Oskarsson), Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138936713

2016. Whose matkam? An ethnographic account of the political economy of mahua flowers. Journal of Adivasi and Indigenous Studies 3 (1): 37-45. http://joais.org/login.php?val=4

2016. (with Celie Manuel) Uphill tasks within Kumaon Himalayan communities: Multi-dimensional gendered inequalities in everyday life. Asia in Focus 3. http://www.asiainfocus.dk/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/UPHILL-TASKS-WITHIN...

2016. Case studies of natural resource access in Jharkhand, India: Implications for ‘democratic’ decentralisation. Copenhagen Centre for Development Research Policy Brief Series. http://ccdr.ku.dk/policy_briefs

2016. Editorial introduction. Asia in Focus 3. http://www.asiainfocus.dk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Asia-in-Focus-3.pdf

2016. Governing the conflicted commons: Authorising resource access in the Indian tribal belt (doctoral dissertation). University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science. http://rex.kb.dk/KGL:KGL:KGL01009197599

Forthcoming (Dec 2017). (with Patrik Oskarsson) Special Issue Introduction: Discourse and resource conflict in extractive zones of India. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.

Forthcoming (Dec 2017). Discourses around logging: Framing extraction of wood from West Singhbhum’s conflicted forests. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.

Forthcoming (under revision). Energy distribution trajectories in two Western Indian states: comparative politics and sectoral dynamics. Energy Research and Social Science 32 (October 2017).

Forthcoming (under review). Interventions and aspirations: Constructing local governance through resource access and authority. In ‘Instruments of Intervention’ (eds. Anthony D’Costa and Achin Chakraborty).

In progress. (with Sunila Kale) Solar ‘power’: Socio-political dynamics of infrastructural development in two Western Indian states. Energy Research and Social Science 37 (Spring 2018).

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