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Prof. Arif A. Waqif

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, India

Professor


Email: arifwaqif@gmail.com


Qualifications

1975 Ph.D Economics, University of California, Berkeley

1971 M.A Economics, University of California, Berkeley

1965 M.S Info & Control Engg, University of Michigan

1962 B.S Mechanical Engg, University of Michigan


Publications (selected)

  1. Need Efficient Management of Infrastructural, Social Services. Governmental, Environmental and Developmental Sectors, First Keynote Address on February, 12, 2013, forthcoming in the Proceedings of Training Workshop, Fashiul Alam (Ed), Faculty of Business Administration, Chittagong University, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  2. Globalisation and Regionalization: Ecological Perspectives, Second Keynote Address on February, 13, 2013, forthcoming in theProceedings of Training Workshop, Fashiul Alam (Ed), Faculty of Business Administration, Chittagong University, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  3. Promotion of Development and Democracy: Experiences of Selected Non-State Actors in South Asia, in Global Recovery, New Risks and Sustainable Growth, Proceedings of the IV South Asia Economic Summit, Debapriya Bhattacharya and Musdtfizur Rehman (Eds), Centre of Policy Dialogue, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp.332-338
  4. Social and Political Economy of Modern and Traditional Technologies: Some Conceptual Perspectives, in Regional Cooperation in Science and Technology: Opportunites and Challenges in the Context of Globalisation, UNESCO-ZSF World Conclave of Scientists, Mohsin Khan (Ed), Zaheer Science Foundation, New Delhi, pp.271-278.
  5. International Approaches and Development Perspectives on Management Education, in Modelling Higher Education, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Assessing Quality in Higher Education, Niaz Ahmad and Abdul Raouf (Eds), Institute of Quality and technology Management, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, pp.354-361.
  6. Conference Working Paper on Integration of Transport in South Asia, in Regional Consultations on Enhancing Intraregional Connectivity in 2010-2020, Report and Recommendations, Kant Kishore Bhargava (Ed), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, New Delhi, pp.15-27.
  7. Perspectives and Dimensions of Quality and Performance Indicators of Higher Education, with Special Focus on India, in Quality in Higher Education: challenges and Practices, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Abdul Raouf, Niaz Ahmad and Riaz Qureshi (Eds), Institute of Quality and Technology Management , University of the Punjab, Lahore, pp.25-38.
  8. Liberalisation, Privatization and Globalisation in India: Critical Perspectives and Alternative Approaches, in Journal of Governance and Public Policy, ICFAI University, Hyderabad, pp.11-24.
  9. Integrating Environmental Concerns in Management Education, Results of a Survey of Management Schools in India, in Management for Peace, Prosperity and Posterity, Proceedings of the South Asian Management Forum, Hafiz G A Siddiqui (Ed), North-South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh/Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia, Hyderabad, pp.294-300.
  10. Perspectives on International Economy, Regional Cooperation and SAARC, In Interpreting Globalisation: Perspectives on International Relations, Rajan Hershe (Ed), Indian Council for Social Science Research/Rawat Publications, New Delhi, pp.152-167.
  11. Management Development: Some Comparative Perspectives and Future Directions, in Advantage South Asia, Opportunities and Challenges for Management Development, Proceedings of South Asia Management Forum, Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia, Hyderabad, India, pp.41-51.
  12. Cooperative Development of Transport and Communications Sectors in South Asia, Macmillan India Ltd, New Delhi, pp.iv+92.
  13. World Trade Organisation and India, in The Role of India, Egypt and Other Developing Countries, Proceedings of India-Egypt Seminar, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, pp.79-98.
  14. GATT and South Asian Regional Cooperation: A Survey of Issues and Approaches, in South Asian Survey, 3.1 &2, Sage Publications, New Delhi, pp.229-244.
  15. Employment in Industrial Sector, in Review of employment Trends and Programmes: Partial Impact of Liberalisation, Siddarth Reddy and K Lakshminarayana (Eds), Centre of Economic and social Studies/ Booklinks Corporation, Hyderabad, pp.183-216.


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