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List of Publications Books:1) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Subhas Chandra Bose and Middle Class Radicalism, 192840, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, IB Tauris, London, St. Martin Press, New York, 1990 2) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed), Secularism and Indian Polity, Segment, New Delhi, 1990 3) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed), Centre-State Relations in India, Segment, New Delhi, 1990 4) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed), Whither India’s Democracy, K. P. Bagchi & Co, Calcutta, 1993. 5) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Local Politics and Indian Nationalism, 1919-44, Manohar, New Delhi, 1997. 6) Bidyut Chakrabarty et. al. Social Movements in India, K. P Bagchi & Co. Calcutta, 1999 7) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Biplabi: the Journal of the 1942 Open Rebellion, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi and K. P. Bagchi & Co, Kolkata, 2002. 8) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Mohit Bhattacharya (ed.), Public Administration: a Reader, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2003 9) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed), Communal Identity in India: Its Construction and Articulation in the Twentieth Century, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2003. 10) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Politics of Accommodation and Confrontation: the Second Partition of Bengal, (Modern India series), Nehru Memorial Library and Museum, New Delhi, 2003 11) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed.), Social and Political Thought in Modern India, IGNOU, New Delhi, 2004 12) Bidyut Chakrabarty, The partition of Bengal and Assam, 1932-47: Contour of Freedom, RoutledgeCurzon, London & New York, 2004 13) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Mohit Bhattacharya (ed.), Administrative Reforms: Innovation and Change, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005 14) Forging Power: Coalition Politics in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2006

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16) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Reinventing Public Administration: the Indian Experience, Orient Longman, New Delhi, 2007 17) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Gandhi: a historical biography, Roli Books, New Delhi, 2007 18) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Indian Politics and Society since Independence: events, processes and ideology, Routledge, London & New York, 2008 19) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Mohit Bhattacharya (ed.), The Governance Discourse: a reader, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2008 20) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Rajendra Kumar Pandey, Indian government and politics, Sage, New Delhi, 2008 21) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Rajendra Kumar Pandey, Modern Indian political thought: texts and context, Sage, New Delhi & Thousand Oaks, 2009 22) Bidyut Chakrabarty and RajatKujur, Maoism in India: changing contour of the red corridor, Routledge, London and New York, 2010 23) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Corporate Social Responsibility: articulation and manifestation in India, Routledge, London and New York, 2011 24) Bidyut Chakrabarty& Prakash Chand, Public Administration in the globalizing world, Sage, New Delhi & Thousand Oaks, 2012 25) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Confluence of Thought: Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr., Oxford University Press, New York, 2013 26) Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed.), Non-Violence: challenges and prospects, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2014 27) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Coalition Politics in India, (Oxford India Short Introduction Series), Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2014 28) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Communism in India: processes and events, Oxford University Press, New York, 2014 29) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Left Radicalism in India, Routledge, London & New York, 2015 30) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Prakash Chand, Indian Administration: evolution and practice, Sage, New Delhi, 2016 31) Bidyut Chakrabarty &SugatoHazra, Winning the Mandate: the 2014 National Election in India, Sage, New Delhi, 2016

3 32) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Ethics in Governance in India, Routledge, London & New York, 2016 33) Bidyut Chakrabarty and Prakash Chand, Public Policy: concept, theory and practice, Sage, New Delhi, 2016 34) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Localizing Governance in India, Routledge, London & New York, 2017 35) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Indian Constitution: text, context and interpretation, Sage, New Delhi, 2017 36) Bidyut Chakrabarty & Prakash Chand, Public Administration: from government to governance, Orient Blackswan, New Delhi, 2017 37) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Constitutional Democracy in India, Routledge, London & New York, 2018 38) Bidyut Chakrabarty & Rajendra Pandey, Local Governance in India, Sage, Thousand Oaks, California and New Delhi, 2018 39) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Constitutionalizing India: an ideational project, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2018 40) Bidyut Chakrabarty, Social and Political Thought of BR Ambedkar: liberalism in a creative mould, Routledge, London and New York, 2019 41) Bidyut Chakrabarty, India’s constitutional identity: ideological beliefs and preferences, Routledge, London and New York (forthcoming)

Articles:-

1. ‘Recent institutional changes in China’, The Calcutta Review, The University of Calcutta, VI, 1, July - September, 1980 2. ‘Peasantry and Bengal Congress, 1928-38’, South Asia Research, SOAS, London, 8, 1, 1985. 3. ‘The Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the 1987 West Bengal state assembly election’, Asian Society and Thought, New York, 18, 2, 1988 4. ‘The communal award of 1932 and its implications in Bengal’, Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge, 23, 2, 1989. 5. ‘Jawaharlal Nehru and planning, 1938-41’, Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge, 26, 2, 1992.

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6. ‘Political mobilization in the localities: the Quit India movement in Midnapur’, Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge, 26, 4, 1992. 7. ‘The 1947 united Bengal movement: a thesis without a synthesis’, Indian Economic and Historical Review, New Delhi, 30, 4, 1993 8. ‘The Mahatma at the grassroots: the praxis of nonviolence’, Gandhi Marg, New Delhi, 19, 3, 1997 9. ‘Foundations of Indian political thought; a review’, Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge, 28, 2, 1994. 10. ‘India at the crossroads: the tenth general elections’, Teaching Politics, Delhi, 17, 1 & 2, 1991. 11. ‘Defiance and confrontation: the 1942 Quit India movement in Midnapur’, Social Scientist, New Delhi, 20, 7 & 8, 1992 12. ‘Rural masses and the colonial state: the anti-British struggle in Midnapur, 1921-34’, South Asia, Australia, New Series, Vol. XIX, No. 2, 1996 13. ‘Articulation of protest at the grassroots : Biplabi and the 1942 civil rebellion’, The Calcutta Historical Journal, Department of History, University of Calcutta, Vol XVII, No. 1, 1995 14.’Intellectual imbroglio and the 1947 Great Divide of the subcontinent of India, Social Scientist, 23, 7- 9, July -September, 1995 15. ‘Political elites in South Asia: dilemmas and constraints’, Encounter, vol. 2, no. 2, 1998 16. ‘The 1998 Elections in West Bengal: the dwindling of the Left Front(?)’, Economic and Political Weekly, vol. xxxiii no 50 December 12 - 18, 1998. 17. ‘Cracks in the left bastion: the 1999 parliamentary elections in West Bengal’, Indian Social Science Review, Sage, New Delhi, Vol. 3, no. 1, 2001 18. ‘Parliamentary Federalism in India: a political compromise or a constitutional evolution?’, Contemporary India, Nehru memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi, 2002 19. ‘Tryst with destiny: India in the first fifty years’, Gandhi Marg, New Delhi, Vol. 22, no. 1, January - March, 2000.

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20. ‘The “hut” and “axe”: the1947 Sylhet referendum’, Indian Economic and Social History Review, New Delhi, 39 (4), 2002 21. ‘Religion, colonialism and modernity: relocating “self” and “collectivity”, Gandhi Marg, 24 (3), 2003 22. ‘An alternative to partition : the 1947 United Bengal Scheme’, South Asia, Australia, xxvi, 2, 2003 23. ‘Parliamentary federalism in India : constitutional inputs and the process of imagining’, Indian Social Science Review, Sage, New Delhi, 5, 1, 2003 24. ‘Gandhi’s writings in Harijan : a plan of action or mere philosophical moorings’, Gandhi Marg, 25, 2, 2003 25. ‘Voluntary Associations and Development: the Indian Experience’, Indian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. L (1), January-March, 2004 26. ‘Jawaharlal Nehru and administrative reconstruction: a blind imitation or a creative response (?)’, South Asia, Australia, April, 2006. 27. ‘The Left Front and the 2006 Assembly Elections in West Bengal: continuity or a trendsetter (?)’, Economic and Political Weekly, 12 August, 2006 28. ‘Relocating nationhood and development: South Asian experience, Indian Historical Review, Vol. 23 (2), 2006 29. ‘Participatory governance in India: the field experience’ in Saemaul Undong in the globalizing world: sharing theories and practices’, The Association of Saemaul Undong Studies, Gumi, 2009 30. ‘Budget and finance in India’ in Proceedings, Korean Association of Public Administration, annual meeting, 2009 31. ‘The 2009 Lok Sabha poll in West Bengal: the left debacle or a temporary setback (?)’, Asian survey, Berkeley, 51 (2), 2011 32. ‘The 2011 state assembly election in West Bengal: the Left Front washedout!’, Journal of South Asian Development, Sage, London & Thousand Oaks, 6 (2), 2011 33. ‘Citizen-Government Partnership: Bhagidari in Delhi’, International Journal of Urban Sciences, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, Vol. 16, 1, March, 2012

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34. ‘The Minnowbrook conference III, 2008 and the state of Public Administration’, Indian Journal of Public Administration, October-December, 2012 35. ‘The study of Public Administration in India: a chequered journey (?)’, Indian Journal of Public Administration, January-March, 2013 36. ‘Maoism, Recalcitrant Citizenry and Counterinsurgency Measures in India’, 1 (3), 2014, Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, 1, (3), 2014, Sage 37. ‘Universal Benefit: Trusteeship in Gandhian perspective’, Modern Asian Studies, 49, 2, 2015, Cambridge 38. ‘Localizing Governance: pros and cons’, International Journal of Urban Sciences, Taylor & Francis, London, Vol. 19, No 2, July, 2015 39. ‘Narrativising Women Empowerment in India’, Indian Journal of Public Administration, No. 1, January-March, 2015 40. ‘BR Ambedkar and the history of constitutionalizing India’, Contemporary South Asia, 24: 2, 2016, Taylor & Francis 41. ‘BR Ambedkar: a “rebel” liberal in the Gandhian Universe’, Indian Historical Review, Sage, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2016 42. ‘defying the pattern: the 2016 state assembly elections in India’, Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai, 22 October, 2016 43) ‘Gubernatorial discretion in India: constitutional inputs’, Indian Journal of Public Administration, Sage, October, 2017 44) ‘Redrawing a Constitutional Design: The Indian Experience (1780-1950)’, Indian Historical Review, Sage (forthcoming)

Book Chapters:

1. ‘Subaltern militancy, 1928-31 and the Indian National Congress: an argument in Bengal working class movement’, in Zillur Khan et. al. Tradition and Individual Talent, Wisconsin, USA, 1988 2. ‘Social classes and social consciousness in Bengal, 1928-40’, in Sirajul Islam et. al. The History of Bangladesh, Vol. III, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, 1992

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3. ‘Subhas Chandra Bose, the Indian National Army and the axis powers, 1941-45’, in M. C. Gupta and Jaytilak Guha Roy, Subhas Bose : the man and his mission, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, 1999 4. “Roots” of Indian nationalism: the contemporary agenda’ in M. P. Singh et. al. Ideologies and Institutions in Indian Politics, New Delhi, 1998. 5. ‘The changing contours of Indian federalism: stress and strains’ in D. D. Khanna and Gert W Kueck (ed.), Principles, Power and Politics, Macmillan, New Delhi, 1999 6. ‘Fluidity or compartments: Hindus, Muslims and partition’ in Bidyut Chakrabarty (ed), Communal Identity in India: its construction and articulation in the twentieth century, Oxford University Press, 2003 7. ‘Federalism and change: India in first fifty years’ in BD Dua and MP Singh (ed.), Indian Federalism in the New Millennium, Manohar, New Delhi, 2003 8. ‘Third Front in India : a political maze or an ideological oasis (?)’ in Ajay Mehra et. al.Political Parties in India, Sage, New Delhi, 2003 9. ‘Parliamentary federalism in India: the constitutional inputs and the process of imagining’ in Ajay Mehra and Gert W Kueck (ed.), The Indian Parliament: a comparative perspective, Konark, New Delhi, 2003 10. ‘The 1999 Lok Sabha Elections and the Left Front in West Bengal’ in MP Singh and Anil Mishra (ed.), Coalition Politics in India: problems and prospects, Manohar, New Delhi, 2004 11. ‘Radicalism in modern Indian social and political thought: nationalist creativity in the colonial era’ in VR Mehta and Thomas Pantham (ed.), Political Ideas in modern India : thematic explorations, Sage, New Delhi, 2006 12. ‘The idea of Swaraj: from Lajpat Rai to Subhas Chandra Bose’ in Sabyasachi Bhattarcharya (ed.), Nationalist Political Thought in modern India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2007 13. ‘Citizen-Government Partnership in urban India: policy perspectives’, in Saemaul Undong (New Community Movement) in the globalizing world: origin, present and future prospects, The Association of Saemaul Undong Studies, Seoul, 2008 14. ‘The United Bengal movement: a thesis without a synthesis’ in Kaushik Roy, Partition of India: why 1947 (Debate Series), Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2012 15. Parliamentary Federalism in India’, in Subhas Kashyap (ed.), History of Indian’s polity, governance and constitutional culture, PHISPC, New Delhi, Pearson-Longman, New Delhi, 2014 16. ‘Indian Political Thought’ in Michael Gibbons (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Blackwell, Oxford, 2014

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17. ‘The study of public administration in India’ in Nizam Ahmad (ed.), 40 Years of Public Administration and Governance in Bangladesh, The University Press Limited, Dhaka, 2014 18. ‘Corporate Social Responsibility in India’, in Shivani Singh (ed.) Governance: issues and challenges, Sage, New Delhi, 2016 19. with Sangita Dahl, ‘deepening democracy in India: the role of women parliamentarians and their challenges’ in Nizam Ahmad (ed.), Women in Governing Institutions in South Asia: parliament, civil service and local governance, Palgrave, Macmillan, London, 2017 20. ‘the interface between the generalists and specialists in ‘governance’: the Indian experience’ in Nizam Ahmad (ed.), Inclusive Governance in South Asia, Macmillan, London (forthcoming)