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Alpa, Shah and Lerche, Jens and Axelby, Richard and Benbabaali, Delel and Donegan, Brendan and Raj, Jayaseelan and Thakur, Vikramaditya (2018) Ground Down by Growth. Tribe, Caste, Class, and Inequality in Twenty-First Century India. London and New delhi: Pluto Press and Oxford University Press (India). (Anthropology, Culture and Society)

Crewe, Emma and Axelby, Richard (2018) 'International Development, Anthropology in.' In: Callan, Hilary, (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Oxford: John Wiley & Sons. (Forthcoming)

Axelby, Richard (2017) 'Gaddis and Gujjars in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh.' In: Shah, Alpa and Lerche, Jens and Axelby, Richard and Benbabaali,, D. and Donegan, B. and Raj, J. and Thakur, Vineet, (eds.), Ground Down by Growth: Inequality in 21st century India. London: Pluto, pp. 143-175. (Anthropology, Culture and Society)

Shah, Alpa and Lerche, Jens and Axelby, Richard and Denbabaali, D. and Donegan, B. and Raj, J. and Thakur, Vineet (2017) Ground Down by Growth: Inequality in 21st century India. London: Pluto. (Anthropology, Culture and Society)

Axelby, Richard (2016) '‘Who Has the Stick Has the Buffalo’: Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion on a Pasture in the Indian Himalayas.' South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal (13).

Axelby, Richard (2015) 'Hermit Village or Zomian Republic? An update on the political socio-economy of a remote Himalayan community. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 46: 35-61.' European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 46. pp. 35-61.

Crewe, Emma and Axelby, Richard (2012) Anthropology and Development: Culture, Morality and Politics in a Globalised World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Axelby, Richard (2008) 'Calcutta Botanic Garden and the colonial re-ordering of the Indian environment.' Archives of natural history, 35 (1). pp. 150-163.

Axelby, Richard (2007) '‘It Takes Two Hands to Clap’: How Gaddi Shepherds in the Indian Himalayas Negotiate Access to Grazing.' Journal of Agrarian Change, 7 (1). pp. 35-75.

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