«Place and Date of Birth Gujrat, Punjab, India October 26, 1931 EDUCATION 1963 University of Chicago Ph.D. 1959 University of Chicago M.A. 1956 Panjab ...»
Baldev Raj Nayar
Department of Political Science, McGill University,
855 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 2T7
TEL: (514) 398 – 4800; (613) 792-1354 (H)
Place and Date of Birth
Gujrat, Punjab, India
October 26, 1931
1963 University of Chicago Ph.D.
1959 University of Chicago M.A.
1956 Panjab University M.A.
1953 Panjab University B.A.
ACADEMIC POSITIONS1994 – present McGill University: Emeritus Professor of Political Science 1971 – 1994 McGill University: Professor, Political Science 1966 – 1971 McGill University: Associate Professor, Political Science 1964 – 1966 McGill University: Assistant Professor, Political Science
AWARDS & DISTINCTIONS
Development: A Rational Choice Perspective (Berkeley:
University of California Press, 1988), pp. 359, 374.
1967 Senior Fellowship for 1967-68 from the Canada Council 1966 Watumull Prize for the best work in history of India, originally published in the United States. Awarded by the American Historical Association for Minority Politics in the Punjab.
PUBLICATIONSMonographs Globalization and India’s Fiscal Federalism: Finance 2012 Commission’s Adaptation to New Challenges.
Monograph 20/2012. Chennai, India: Madras School of Economics, March 2012. 96 pp.
India’s Globalization: Evaluating the Economic 2006 Consequences. Policy Studies 22. Washington, DC: EastWest Center Washington. 100 pp. Reprinted in India in 2007 by Sage India.
2005 The Geopolitics of Globalization. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 301 pp. Paperback edition in 2007.
2003 (Co-author) India in the World Order: Searching for Major-Power Status. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 291 pp. Reprinted in 2004 as First South Asian edition.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 302 pp.
2001 India and the Major Powers After Pokhran II. New Delhi:
Har-Anand. 208 pp.
2001 Globalization and Nationalism: The Changing Balance in India's Economic Policy, 1950-2000. New Delhi/Thousand Oaks/London: Sage. 285 pp.
1996 State and Market in India's Shipping: Nationalism, Globalization and Marginalization. New Delhi: Manohar.
1994 The State and International Aviation in India: Performance and Policy on the Eve of Aviation Globalization. New Delhi: Manohar. 349 pp.
1991 Superpower Dominance and Military Aid: A Study of Military Aid to Pakistan. New Delhi: Manohar. 96 pp.
1990 The Political Economy of India's Public Sector: Policy and Performance. Bombay: Popular Prakashan. 323 pp.
1989 India's Mixed Economy: The Role of Ideology and Interest in Its Development. Bombay: Popular Prakashan. 421 pp.
1983 India's Quest for Technological Independence: Volume I:
Policy Foundation and Policy Change. New Delhi:
Lancers. 560 pp.
“A Guide to the Readings”, in Baldev Raj Nayar 2007 (ed.), Globalization and Politics in India (New Delhi:
Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 45-64.
“Nationalist Planning for Autarchy and State Hegemony:
2007 Development Strategy under Nehru”, in Baldev Raj Nayar, (ed.), Globalization and Politics in India (New Delhi:
Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 161-195. Reproduced from Indian Economic Review, vol. 32, no. 1 (1997), pp.
“Globalization and India’s National Autonomy”, in Baldev 2007 Raj Nayar (ed.), Globalization and Politics in India (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 346-383.
Reproduced from Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol. 41, no. 2 (July 2003), pp. 1-34.
“The Limits of Economic Nationalism in India: Economic 2007 Reforms under the BJP-Led Government, 1998-9”, in
Rahul Mukherjee (ed.), India’s Economic Transition:
The Politics of Reforms (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 202-227. Reproduced from Asian Survey, vol. 40, no. 5 (September-October 2000), pp.
“BJP’s Economic Nationalism in Theory and Practice”, in 2004 Ashutosh Varshney (ed.) India and the Politics of
Developing Countries. New Delhi/Thousand Oaks/London:
Sage Publications. Pp. 227-255.
2001 "U.S. Sanctions Against Nuclear India: Implications for Economic Liberalism and Democratic Peace Theory", in Ashok Kapur, Yogendra K. Malik, Harold Gould, and Arthur Rubinoff (eds.), India and America: Convergent Ideals and Divergent Interests? New Delhi: Sage. Pp. 349India as a Limited Challenger?", in T.V. Paul and John A.
Hall (eds.), International Order and the Future of World Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 213
“Between Mercantilist Socialism and Liberalism, 1965The Vicisssitudes in the Life of the NehruMahalanobis Strategy", in Reeta Chowdhari Tremblay et.
al. (eds.), Interfacing Nations: Indo/Pakistani/Canadian Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of India's Independence. Delhi: B.R. Publishing. Pp. 205-250.
1998 "India's Public Sector at the End of the Century:
Recalcitrant to Reform", in Yogendra K. Malik and Ashok Kapur (eds.), India: Fifty Years of Democracy and Development (New Delhi: APH Publishing Corporation, 1998). Pp. 167-211.
“The Political Economy of India's Economic Performance 1997 Since 1947", in C. Steven LaRue (ed.), The India Handbook (Chicago and London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997). Pp. 37-61.
1992 "The Public Sector," in Leonard A. Gordon and Philip
Oldenburg (eds.), India Briefing, 1992 (Boulder, Colorado:
Westview Press, 1992). Pp. 71-101.
1991 "Nehru's Economic Policy," in Milton Israel (ed.), Nehru and the Twentieth Century (Toronto: University of Toronto, Centre for South Asian Studies, 1991). Pp. 142-172.
1987 "State Entrepreneurship in the Nehru Era: Ideology versus Necessity", in Issues in Public Sector Analysis: Papers Presented at the Canada-India Conference on the Public Economy, ed. by B.S. Sahni (Calgary: Shastri IndoCanadian Institute, 1987). Pp. 109-208.
1979 "A World Role: The Dialectics of Purpose and Power," in John W. Mellor (ed.), India: A Rising Middle Power.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1979. Ch. 5.
1979 "Regional Power in a Multipolar World," in ibid., Ch. 6.
“India in 2005: India Rising, but Uphill Road Ahead”, 2006 Asian Survey, vol. 46, no. 1 (January/February 2006), pp. 95-106.
“India in 2004: Regime Change in a Divided Democracy”, 2005 Asian Survey, vol. 45, no. 1 (January/February 2005), pp.71-82.
“Globalization and India’s National Autonomy”, 2003 Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol. 41, no. 2 (July 2003), pp. 1-34.
“Opening Up and Openness of Indian Economy”, 2001 Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 36, no. 37 (September 15-21, 2001), pp. 3529-37.
“The Limits of Economic Nationalism in India: Economic 2000 Reforms under the BJP-Led Government, 1998-1999", Asian Survey, vol. 40, no. 5 (September/October 2000), pp.
1999 "Policy and Performance under Democratic Coalitions:
India's United Front Government and Economic Reforms, 1996-98", Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol. 37, no. 2 (July 1999), pp. 22-56.
1998 "Political Structure and India's Economic Reforms of the 1990s", Pacific Affairs, vol. 71, no. 3 (Fall 1998), pp. 337Regimes, Power, and International Aviation", International Organization, vol. 49, no. 1 (Winter 1995).
1992 "The Politics of Economic Restructuring in India: The Paradox of State Strength and Policy Weakness," The Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol.
30, no. 2 (July 1992), pp. 145-171.
1975- 1977 Member, Dean's Review Board, Faculty of Arts 1970 – 1972 Member, Board of Directors, Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute 1969 – 1971 Head, South Asia Programme, Centre for Developing-Area Studies 1969 – 1971 Member, Executive Committee, Centre for Developing-Area Studies 1969 – 1970 Secretary-Treasurer, Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute 1968 – 1987 Chairman, Dissertation Committee, Department of Political Science.
1968 – 1971 Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Department of Political Science
1966 – 1967 Secretary Member, Executive Committee, Centre for Developing-Area Studies