The third China-India Workshop on Development and Governance was held on 7 June 2019 at the University of California, Riverside, USA. Professor Rahul Mukherji and three Mari-Curie PhD fellows, Tanvi Deshpande, Jai Shankar Prasad, and Shashwat Kumar attended and presented their work at the workshop. Professor Rahul Mukherji chaired a session of the workshop and discussed the relevance of area studies and endogenous ideas from China and India. The fellows presented their work on “Forest Governance and Tribal Welfare in India” (Jai S Prasad), “Exploring formal & de facto power in regulatory space: Network analysis of regulatory arrangement in India’s electricity sector” (Shashwat Kumar) and “Institutional change: Evolution of India’s National Action Plan on Climate Change” (Tanvi Deshpande). The workshop brought together scholars working on China and India to share and discuss issues of common interest and concerns.
PhD Fellows Deshpande (HEID), Prasad (HEID), and Kumar (IBEI) attend the third China-India Workshop on Development and Governance