Anthony P. D'Costa (University of Washington)
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Anthony P. D'Costa
Professor of Comparative International Development
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Program
University of Washington
1900 Commerce Street
Tacoma, WA 98402 USA
phones: 253-692-4462 (office)
Description of work:
2006 D.Costa, A.P. (Editor) The New Economy in Development: ICT Challenges
and Opportunities, (Foreword by Matti Pohjola) (August, Basingtoke:
2005: The Long March to Capitalism: Embourgeoisment, Internationalization,
and Industrial Transformation in India (Basingtoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
2004: Co-Editor with E. Sridharan, India in the Global Software Industry:
Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development (Basingtoke, New Delhi:
1999: The Global Restructuring of the Steel Industry: Innovations,
Institutions, and Industrial Change (London: Routledge; Foreword by Amiya
2003: Series Editor, Technology, Globalization, and Development
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), under which the following has been
2006 Parayil, G.(Editor) Political Economy & Information Capitalism in
India: Digital Divide, Development Divide and Equity (Basingtoke, Palgrave
2006: ICTs and Decoupled Development: Theories, Trajectories and
Transitions in Parayil, G.(Editor) Political Economy & Information
Capitalism in India: Digital Divide, Development Divide and Equity
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), 11-34.
2006: Globalisation of South Asia.s Economies in Thomas, J. (Editor)
Engaging South Asia: Challenges and Opportunities, Singapore: National
University of Singapore Press (forthcoming).
2006: Exports, University-Industry Linkages, and Innovation Challenges in
Bangalore, India, World Bank Policy Research Paper (WPS 3887),
2004: Flexible Institutions for Mass Production Goals: Economic Governance
in the Indian Automotive Industry, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol.
13, No. 2, (335-367).
2003: Uneven and Combined Development: Understanding India.s Software
Exports, World Development, Vol. 13, No. 1 (211-226).
2003: Institutions and Industrial Governance in India: Learning
Cooperation the Japanese Way, Asian Business and Management Journal, Vol.
2, No. 1 (63-89)
2005: .The International Mobility of Technical Talent: Trends and
Development Implications,. .International Mobility of Talent and
Development Impact,. UNU-World Institute of Development Economics
Research, Helsinki and UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the
Caribbean in Santiago, Chile, (May 26-27, 2005).
2004: .Globalization, Development, and the Mobility of Technical Talent:
India and Japan in Comparative Perspectives,. UN University, World
Institute of Development Economics Research, Helsinki, Research Paper
Series (WIDER RP2004/62).