Dev Nathan

Institute for Human Development

Professor

NIDM Building, IIPA Campus

Indraprastha Estate

New Delhi, 110002

India

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

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5

Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

Blood on Your Mobile Phone? Capturing the Gains for Artisanal Miners, Poor Workers and Women

Number of pages: 6 Posted: 25 Jan 2012
Dev Nathan and Sandip Sarkar
Institute for Human Development and Institute for Human Development
Downloads 746 (36,249)
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coltan, value chain governance, conflict minerals

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Mobile Phones: Who Benefits in Shifting Global Value Chains?

Capturing the Gains, Revised Summit Briefing, No. 6.1, February 2013
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 17 May 2013
Joonkoo Lee, G. Gereffi and Dev Nathan
Hanyang University, Duke University - Department of Sociology - Director, Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness and Institute for Human Development
Downloads 208 (160,048)

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mobile phones, global value chain, economic upgrading, social upgrading

3.

The Zero-Fee Tour: Price Competition and Network Downgrading in Chinese Tourism

Capturing the Gains Working Paper 28
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 11 Apr 2013
Dev Nathan, Yang Fuquan and Yu Yin
Institute for Human Development, Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences and Independent Researcher
Downloads 111 (268,674)

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China, tourism, price competition, product quality, network downgrading

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Innovation and Upgrading in Global Production Networks

Capturing the Gains Working Paper 23
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 24 Mar 2013
Dev Nathan and Sandip Sarkar
Institute for Human Development and Institute for Human Development
Downloads 72 (352,558)

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innovation, distributed knowledge, research location, reverse engineering, reverse innovation, frugal engineering, process innovation, adjacent possible

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Tourism Overview: Changing End Markets and Hyper Competition

Capturing the Gains Working Paper 26
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 24 Mar 2013
Michelle M. Christian and Dev Nathan
University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Institute for Human Development
Downloads 67 (366,582)

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tourism value chain, international and domestic tourism, oligopolistic buyers’ market, hyper competitive suppliers’ market, informal workers

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Poverty and Local Linkages in the Tourism Value Chain: A Study of Upland Economies in China and India

Number of pages: 20 Posted: 24 Mar 2013
Dev Nathan, Govind Kelkar, Yang Fuquan and Yu Yin
Institute for Human Development, Landesa/Rural Development Institute (India), Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences and Independent Researcher
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tourism, local linkages, upland economies, poverty reduction, role of non-farm

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Vulnerable Workers and Labour Standards (Non-)Compliance in Global Production Networks: Home-Based Child Labour in Delhi's Garment Sector

Capturing the Gains Working Paper 16
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 23 Mar 2013
Save the Children New Delhi, Institute for Human Development, University of Sheffield and ActionAid
Downloads 34 (487,860)
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child labour, value chains, apparel, garments, home work, India

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Global Inequality, Rising Powers and Labour Standards

Number of pages: 22 Posted: 05 Sep 2012
Dev Nathan and Sandip Sarkar
Institute for Human Development and Institute for Human Development
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Global inequality, instability of accumulation, rising powers, labour standards, social minimum

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How Social Upgrading Drives Economic Upgrading by Indian IT Majors: The Case of Telecom IT Services

Capturing the Gains Working Paper 27
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 24 Mar 2013
Sandip Sarkar, Balwant Mehta and Dev Nathan
Institute for Human Development, Institute for Human Development and Institute for Human Development
Downloads 19 (573,356)
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IT services, mobile software, managed services, trajectories of development