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Book Chapters

Roy, Pallavi (2020) 'The Social Contract from Coal to Renewables: Can the Win-Win also have Losers?' In: Tongia, Rahul and Sehgal, Anurag, (eds.), Future of Coal in India: Smooth Transition or a Bumpy Road Ahead? India: Brookings India, Notion Press India.

Roy, Pallavi (2014) 'Financing Gaps, Competitiveness and Capabilities: Why Bretton Woods needs a Radical Rethink.' In: Weiss, Thomas G. and Plesch, Dan, (eds.), Wartime Origins and the Future United Nations. Basingstoke: Routledge, pp. 160-178. (Routledge global institutions series ; 94)

Roy, Pallavi (2012) 'India’s Vulnerable Maturity: Experiences of Maharashtra and West Bengal.' In: North, Douglass, Wallis, John, Webb, Steven and Weingast, Barry, (eds.), In the Shadow of Violence: The Problem of Development in Limited Access Societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 198-232.

Journal Article

Naher, Nahitun, Balabanova, Dina, McKee, Martin, Khan, Mushtaq, Roy, Pallavi, Ahmed, Syed Masud and Hutchinson, Eleanor (2022) 'Absenteeism among doctors in the Bangladesh health system: What are the structural drivers?' SSM - Qualitative Research in Health, 2. p. 100089.

Agwu, Prince, Odii, Aloysius, Orjiakor, Orjiakor, Roy, Pallavi, Nzeadibe, Chidi, Onalu, Chinyere, Okoye, Odera and Onwujekwe, Obinna (2022) 'Stakeholders’ perspectives on "miracle examination centres" in Nigeria.' Quality Assurance in Education, 30 (4). pp. 539-554.

Agwu, Prince, Orjiakor, Charles T, Odii, Aloysius, Onalu, Chinyere, Nzeadibe, Chidi, Roy, Pallavi, Onwujekwe, Obinna and Okoye, Uzoma (2021) '“Miracle Examination Centres” as hubs for malpractices in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination in Nigeria: A systematic review.' International Journal of Educational Development, 88 (102538).

Roy, Pallavi and Khan, Mushtaq (2021) 'Digitizing Taxation and Premature Formalization in Developing Countries.' Development and Change, 52 (4). pp. 855-877.

Hutchinson, Eleanor, Naher, Nahitun, Roy, Pallavi, McKee, Martin, Mayhew, Susannah H., Ahmed, Syed Masud and Balabanova, Dina (2020) 'Targeting anticorruption interventions at the frontline: developmental governance in health systems.' BMJ Global Health, 5 (12). 003092.

Khan, Mushtaq, Roy, Pallavi, Matin, Imran, Rabbani, Mehnaz and Chowdhury, Rajiv (2020) 'An Adaptive Governance and Health System Response for the Covid-19 Emergency.' World Development, 137. p. 105213.

Roy, Pallavi (2016) 'Economic growth, the UN and the global South: an unfulfilled promise.' Third World Quarterly, 37 (7). pp. 1284-1297.

Weiss, Thomas G. and Roy, Pallavi (2016) 'The UN and the Global South, 1945 and 2015: past as prelude?' Third World Quarterly, 37 (7). pp. 1147-1155.

Roy, Pallavi (2015) 'The "Brics Bank": Many Challenges and Many Opportunities.' Modern Diplomacy [Online].

Roy, Pallavi (2015) 'In fact, the BRICS bank's challenges are even greater.' Europe's World.

Roy, Pallavi (2015) 'One size can't fit all.' Infosys Science Foundation [Online].

Monographs and Working Papers

Khan, Mushtaq and Roy, Pallavi (2022) Making anti-corruption real: using a 'Power Capabilities and Interest Approach’ to stop wasting money and start making progress. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Synthesis Report, no. 1.

Roy, Pallavi, Sewell, Alexander and Dumnamene, Fyneface (2022) Mitigation and transformation solutions to networked corruption in artisanal refining in the Niger Delta: retooling anti-corruption analysis for effective policy. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 44.

Roy, Pallavi, Watkins, Mitchell, Adenikinju, Adeola, Oranye, Nkechi, Osagu, Festus, Omotosho, Yetunde, Olubusoye, Olusanya and Falobi, Emmanuel (2022) When rainy day funds run dry: corruption and mismanagement of Nigeria’s Excess Crude Account. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 45.

Onwujekwe, Obinna, Agwu, Prince, Odii, Aloysius, Orjiakor, Charles, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Roy, Pallavi, McKee, Martin and Balabanova, Dina (2022) Exploring the nature, enabling factors and solutions to corruption in the procurement of pharmaceuticals in Nigeria tertiary health institutions: a qualitative study. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 42.

Roy, Pallavi, Obidairo, Simeon and Ogunleye, Ifejesu (2022) How exchange rate (mis)management leads to illicit financial flows: a political economy analysis of feasible reform in Nigeria. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 43.

Agwu, Prince, Orjiakor, Charles T, Odii, Aloysius, Onalu, Chinyere, Nzeadibe, Chidi, Roy, Pallavi, Onwujekwe, Obinna and Okoye, Uzoma (2022) Corruption during final external examinations in private secondary schools in Nigeria: Qualitative insights into operations and solutions to ‘Miracle Examination Centres’. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 40.

Neupane, Saumitra, Rana, Shreeya, Karna, Avinash, Roy, Pallavi and Khan, Mushtaq (2021) Responding to Covid-19: Insights from Nepal's Provinces and Local Governments. London: Policy Entrepreneurs, SOAS University of London.

Khan, Mushtaq and Roy, Pallavi (2020) Building Back Greener: A Strategy for Project Selection and Development. London: SOAS University of London. (Unpublished)

Khan, Mushtaq and Roy, Pallavi (2020) COVID-19: Locking in Solutions while in Lockdown. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Briefing Paper no.8.

Roy, Pallavi, Iwuamadi, Kelechi and Ibrahim, Jibrin (2020) Breaking the cycle of corruption in Nigeria’s electricity sector: a political settlements analysis. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 20.

Black, Anthony, Roy, Pallavi, El-Haddad, Amirah and Yilmaz, Kamil (2020) The political economy of automotive industry development policy in middle income countries: A comparative analysis of Egypt, India, South Africa and Turkey. Manchester: Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre (ESID).

Onyema, Emilia, Roy, Pallavi, Obidairo, Simeon, Ayinla, Seye and Oredola, Habeeb (2019) Anti-corruption agencies as debt recovery agents: the unintended consequences of anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 17.

Khan, Mushtaq and Roy, Pallavi (2019) Digital identities: a political settlements analysis of asymmetric power and information. London: SOAS-ACE.

Roy, Pallavi, Onwujekwe, Obinna, Odii, Aloysius, Agwu, Prince, Orjiakor, Charles T, Ogbozor, Pamela, Hutchinson, Eleanor, McKee, Martin, Obi, Uche, Mbachu, Chinyere and Balabanova, Dina (2019) Exploring health-sector absenteeism and feasible solutions: evidence from the primary healthcare level in Enugu, South East Nigeria. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 14. (Unpublished)

Khan, Mushtaq, Andreoni, Antonio and Roy, Pallavi (2019) Anti-corruption in adverse contexts: strategies for improving implementation. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no.13.

Khan, Mushtaq, Andreoni, Antonio and Roy, Pallavi (2019) Illicit Financial Flows: theory and measurement challenges. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 10.

Onyema, Emilia, Roy, Pallavi, Oredola, Habeeb and Ayinla, Seye (2018) The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the politics of (in)effective implementation of Nigeria’s anti-corruption policy. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 7.

Roy, Pallavi and Khan, Mushtaq (2017) Nepal’s Political Settlement and Inclusive Growth: Not Quite Business as Usual. (Unpublished)

Roy, Pallavi (2017) Anti-Corruption in Nigeria: A political settlements analysis. SOAS University of London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 2.

Khan, Mushtaq, Andreoni, Antonio and Roy, Pallavi (2016) Anti-Corruption in Adverse Contexts: A Strategic Approach. London: SOAS. (Unpublished)

Roy, Pallavi (2012) Pakistan A Crisis of Legitimacy and Liberalization 1980-2010. London: SOAS University of London.

Roy, Pallavi (2011) Tamil Nadu: Growth in the Time of Clientelism. (Unpublished)

Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs

Roy, Pallavi (2021) Rethinking anti-corruption: The need for politically located data. Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment Blog [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Roy, Pallavi (2021) Outside/In: Caste and Race: The criminalization of protests. Global Integrity : Outside/In [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Khan, Mushtaq and Roy, Pallavi (2020) Rethinking anti-corruption for COVID-19. From poverty to power [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Roy, Pallavi (2019) The IMF, World Bank and SDGs. SDGs: Transforming our World [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Theses

Roy, Pallavi (2013) The political economy of growth under clientelism: an analysis of Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Pakistan. PhD thesis. SOAS, University of London. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25501/SOAS.00018261

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