Beyond the Washington Consensus

Governance and the Public Domain in Contrasting Economies:
The Cases of India and Canada

A Conference Organized by:
Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, Toronto
Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID), New Delhi
Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development (CRRID), Chandigarh

Held at CRRID Campus, Chandigarh, February 12 - 14, 2001

The Post-Washington Consensus:
The Market Disconnect and the Public Re-connect
by Daniel Drache

Private Rights vs Public Standards in the WTO: For a Margin of Appreciation in the Interpretation of WTO Agreements (45K)
by Sol Picciotto

Putting the "Public" Back in Government and the Economy Back in its Place (45K)
by David Cameron

Social Disability and the Public Good (470K)
by Marcia Rioux

Conflict, Heritage and Place: Problems of Cultural Ownership in the Era of Globalization (42K)
by Ezra Zubrow

Human Security in Asia:
Conceptual Ambiguities and Common Understandings
by Arabinda Acharya and Amitav Acharya

Governance: Civil Society, the State, the Economy (55K)
by Harry Arthurs

Reorganization of Institutional Space: State, Market and Public Domain (88K)
by Dolly Arora

Good Governance, State and Democracy (21K)
by Kuldeep Mathur

The Economic Reforms: Short and Long Views (40K)
by H.K. Manmohan Singh

Globalizing Social Rights (60K)
by Ramesh Mishra

Insolvency Procedure and Corporate Restructuring:
the Case of Public Sector Undertakings in Orissa
by R.K. Mishra

Structural Pluralism and the Right to Know (93K)
by Alasdair Roberts