Reports and Publications
“Social Distance, Teachers’ Beliefs and Teaching Practices in a Context of Social Disadvantage: Evidence from India and Pakistan,” in Pauline Rose, Madeleine Arnot, Roger Jeffery and Nidhi Singal (eds), Reforming Education and Challenging Inequalities in Southern Contexts: Research and Policy in International Development, https://tandfbis.s3-us-west2.amazonaws.com/rt-files/docs/Open+Access+Chapters/9780429293467_oachapter12.pdf
Anuradha De and Meera Samson (2020):”Secondary Education in Maharashtra: Issues of Concern”, in Tilak, J.B. (ed) Universalisation of Secondary Education: Issues, Challenges and Prospects, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
Malik R. and A. De (2020), Regional Imbalances in Provisioning and Participation in Education in India and Pakistan,in P. Sarangapani and R. Pappu (eds.),Handbook of Education Systems in South Asia. Global Education Systems. Springer, Singapore.
Sudha Narayanan, Erin Lentz, Marzia Fontana, Anuradha De and BharatiKulkarni (2019),”Developing the Women’s Empowerment in Nutrition Index in Two States of India,”in Food Policy(89), https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0306919219306025
Erin Lentz, Sudha Narayanan and Anuradha De (2019),”Last and least: Findings on intrahousehold undernutrition from participatory research in South Asia”, Social Science and Medicine(232),https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0277953619302886
Samson, Meera (2019),”Privatisation et évolution du paysage éducatif indien,”.Pr. Thierry Chevaillier and Dr Xavier Pons (eds.), Revue internationale d’éducation, Issue 82.
Lentz, Erin C., Sudha Narayanan, and Anuradha De (2019): Last and least: Findings on intrahousehold undernutrition from participatory research in South Asia in Social Science and Medicine, May 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.05.024
Rathore, Udayan. and Upasak Das (2018), Explaining the Superior Education Outcomes of Kerala: The Role of State Activism and Historical Endowment in Oxford Development Studies, Read it here: Part I, Part II, Part III. September 2017:
Srivastava, Prachi and Claire Noronha (2016): ‘The myth of free and barrier-free access: India’s Right to Education Act?private schooling costs and household experiences’ in the Journal- Oxford Review of Education 2016. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03054985.2016.1220087?journalCode=core20&
Conference on ‘Learning and Teaching for Sustainable Development: Curriculum, Cognition and Context’ (2017): https://europa.eu/capacity4dev/education-and-development/event/learning-and-teaching-sustainable-development-curriculum-cognition-and-context, 5-7 September 2017
De, Anuradha and Chander Shekhar, Mehra (2016): ‘Estimating the Number of Out-of-School Children — Methodological Problems and Alternative Approaches’, Report of a technical paper commissioned by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS)
Bhatty Kiran, Anuradha De and Roy Rathin (2015), “The Public Education System and What the Costs Imply”, EPW, Commentary.http://www.epw.in/commentary/public-education-system-and-what-costs-imply.html
De, Anuradha and Christopher Colclough (2015): “The Emergence & Evolution of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan: A New Approach To Elementary Education Provision In India” commissioned by DFID India.http://www.ssatcfund.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=is2AOt3Vh00%3D&tabid=2508
De, Anuradha and Meera Samson (2015): “Promising EFA Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region”. This study is one of the several studies commissioned by UNESCO, Bangkok in countries in the Asia Pacific Region, http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0023/002330/233008E.pdf
Srivastava, Prachi and Claire Noronha (2014):, “Institutional Framing of the Right to Education Act: Contestation, Controversy and Concessions”, Economic and Political weekly, Vol – XLIX No. 18, May 03, 2014 http://www.epw.in/special-articles/institutional-framing-right-education-act.html
Noronha, Claire and Tanuka Endow (2014): ‘Informal Training for Skilled Workers: Issues Arising From a Qualitative Study in Four Sites in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh’, in International Journal of Training Research, Vol 9, Issue 1-2, 2011, pp 110-122.
Srivastava, Prachi, and Claire Noronha (2014): “Early Private School Responses to India’s Right to Education Act: Implications for Equity’, in I. Macpherson, S. Robertson, and G. Walford (Eds), Education, Privatisation and Social Justice: Case Studies from Africa, South Asia and South East Asia,Oxford, Symposium Books, 2014.
Srivastava, Prachi, Claire Noronha, Shailaja Fennell (2013:), “Private Sector Research Study Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan” report submitted to DFID India in February 2013. http://www.prachisrivastava.com/uploads/1/9/5/1/19518861/srivastava_et_al._private_sector_study_ssa_india.pdf
De, Anuradha, Meera Samson, Arpita Chakraborty and Sushmita Das (2013): ‘Schooling for Children in Inter-state Border Areas: Visakhapatnam and Koraput’, Report of a study commissioned by New Education Group – Foundation for Innovation and Research in Education, New Delhi, 2013 to 2012.
De, Anuradha and Christopher Colclough (2013): “Impact of Aid on Education Policy in India”RECOUP Working Paper No XXVII, March 2013.
De Anuradha, Tanuka Endow and Sourindra Ghosh (2013), ‘Educational Outcomes and Poverty: Some Findings from a Household Survey in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh’, RECOUP Working Paper No XXXII, September 2013.
Aslam, Monazza, Anuradha De, Geeta Kingdon and Rajeev Kumar (2013): ‘Economic Returns to Schooling and Skills – An Analysis of India and Pakistan’, RECOUP Working Paper No XXXVIII, December 2013.
Srivastava, Prachi and Claire Norohna. (2012) ‘Privatisation and Education for the Disadvantaged in India’: The PERI_CORD study is complete and the report has been submitted.http://www.prachisrivastava.com/peri-project-the-right-to-education-act-private-sector-responses-and-household-experiences.html
Noronha, Claire (2013:):The Right to Education, 2009 and the Repercussions for Marginalised Groups, Yojana, December 2013. http://www.yojana.gov.in/topstory_details.asp?storyid=525
Srivastava, Prachi and Claire Noronha (“Experienced Realities of Accessing Private and Government Schooling under India’s Right to Education Act: Early Evidence from a Delhi Slum“, *International Journal of Educational Development (IJED).
Samson, Meera and Neha Gupta with Sunil Saroj and Sanjeev Pillai (2012): ‘Marginalisation and Education: Schooling for Children in Inter-state Border Areas between Katihar and Sahibganj Districts’, Report of a study commissioned by New Education Group – Foundation for Innovation and Research in Education, New Delhi, 2012.
Jeffery, Roger, Feyza Bhatti, Claire Noronha and Patricia Jeffery (2012): “Girls’ Schooling and Women’s Autonomy in South Asia: Revisiting Old Debates with New Data from India and Pakistan,” in Christopher Colclough (ed), Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment, Routledge, UK, 2012.
Singal, Nidhi, Feyza Bhatti and Shehryar Janjua with Neeru Sood (2012): “Increased Expectations, Unrealised Gains: Education Outcomes for Young People with Disabilities in India and Pakistan” in Christopher Colclough (ed), ;Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment, Routledge, UK, 2012.
Palmer, Roger, Roland Akabzaa, Shehryar Janjua, Kenneth King and Claire Noronha (2012): “Skill acquisition and its impact upon lives and livelihoods in Ghana, India, and Pakistan” in Christopher Colclough (ed), Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment,Routledge, UK, 2012.
Aslam, Monazza, Anuradha De, Geeta Kingdon and Rajeev Kumar (2012): “Economic Returns to Schooling and Cognitive Skills – An analysis of India and Pakistan” in Christopher Colclough (ed), Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment, Routledge, UK, 2012.
Colclough, Christopher, Anuradha De, and Andrew Webb (2012): “The Practice of Partnership: Aid and Education Policy in India and Kenya” in Christopher Colclough (ed), Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment,Routledge, UK, 2012.
Sathyamala, C and others (2012): “Public Report on Health: Some Key Findings and Policy Recommendations, Special Article, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XIVIL No 21 May 26 2012″
Samson, Meera and Anuradha De, India Country Report (2011): ‘Women and the Teaching Profession: Exploring the “Feminisation” “Debate”, UNESCO Publication, pp 144-182.
Samson, Meera, Anuradha De and Neha Gupta (2011). “Towards More Effective Implementation of RTE: A Baseline Survey of Elementary Education in Bihar and UP, 2011-12.” Commissioned by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, 2011. RTE Survey report
Hill, Elizabeth, Meera Samson and Shyamashree Dasgupta (2011): “Expanding the School Market in India: Parental Choice and the Reproduction of Social Inequality”, Special Article, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol 46, No. 35, 27 Aug 2011 http://socialprotectioncommunity.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/PrayasJune2011SkillDevelopment.pdf
Colclough, Christopher and Anuradha De (2010) “The Impact of Aid on Education Policy in India” International Journal of Education Development, Special Issue on the New Politics of Aid Partnerships, 30,497-507.
De, Anuradha and Meera Samson (2009), “Education: Can Privatisation Help?”, The Hindu, 1 November 2009. http://beta.thehindu.com/education/article41752.ece
Singal, N., Jeffery, R., Jain, A., and Neeru Sood (2009:):, “With Education You Can Do Anything; without Education there’s Nothing You Can Do”: Outcomes of Schooling for Young People with Disabilities, RECOUP Working Paper No XXIV, June 2009.
Khera, Ritika, Meera Samson and Anuradha De ( 2009) “Incentives that Work”, The Hindu, 10 May 2009. http://www.hindu.com/mag/2009/05/10/stories/2009051050190500.htm
Shiva Kumar, A. K,, Anuradha De, Jean Dreze, Meera Samson and Shyamasree Dasgupta (2009) : “Report Card”, Frontline, vol 26, issue 06, 14-27 March 2009. http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/thscrip/print.pl?file=20090327260608800.htm&date=fl2606/&prd=fline
De, Anuradha,, Jean Drèze , Meera Samson, and A..K. Shiva Kumar (2009): “School Education: Struggling to Learn”, The Hindu, 20 February 2009. http://www.hindu.com/2009/02/20/stories/2009022052911000.htm
Noronha, Claire, Roger Jeffery and Patricia Jeffery with the RECOUP India research team (2008):, “Schooling, marriage and fertility for poor women in urban and rural north India: Preliminary results from Alwar and Dewas”, RECOUP Working Paper No. XX, 2007.
De, Anuradha and Tanuka Endow (2008): “Public Expenditure on Education in India: Recent Trends and Outcomes”, Public Expenditure on Education in India: Recent Trends and Outcomes”, RECOUP Working Paper No. XVIII, 2007.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson (2007): “Towards More Benefits from Delhi’s Midday Meal Scheme”, in School Health in India, edited by Rama Baru, Sage, New Delhi, 2008.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson (2005): On the Brink of Adulthood: Glimpses of Schooling and Work in the Lives of Adolescents”, Report funded by and submitted to UK Department of International Development (DFID), India in 2005.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson, (2005): “The New Private Schools” in Rukmini Banerji and Sharmi Surianarain (eds) City Children,City Schools, Pratham Resource Centre (in collaboration with UNESCO), New Delhi, 2005.
De, Anuradha, Manabi Majumdar, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson, (2002): “Private Schools and Universal Elementary Education” in R. Govinda (ed) India Education Report – A Profile of Basic Education, OUP, New Delhi, 2002.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson (2002): “Parental Motivation and Private Schooling” in K. Seetha Prabhu and R. Sudarshan (eds) Reforming India’s Social Sectors: Poverty, Nutrition, Health and Education, Social Science Press, New Delhi, 2002.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson, (2002): “Private Schools for the Less Privileged: Some Insights from a Case Study”, Economic and Political Weekly, New Delhi, 2002.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Samson, Meera (2001): “Education Security for Children: Some Insights from the PROBE Survey”, in Social and Economic Security in India, edited by S. Mahendra Dev, Piush Antony, V. Gayathri and R. P. Mamgain. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi, 2001.
De, Anuradha, Claire Noronha and Meera Samson (2001): “India: Private Schools and Universal Elementary Education”. South Asia Education Sector, Technical Working Paper No. 3, World Bank, 2001.
PROBE Team (1999): Public Report on Basic Education in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1999. (The three core team members of CORD were part of the 8-member team)
Dreze, Jean, Meera Samson and Satyajit Singh (eds) (1997:) The Dam and the Nation: Displacement and Resettlement in the Narmada Valley. OUP, New Delhi, 1997