ISBInsight Jul-Sep 2016 cover features climate change implications and response by the society. It is guest edited by Professor Ashwini Chhatre and has a good spread of articles. Management Briefs has a summary paper presented to the former Governor of the RBI, and the Chief Economic Advisor, Government of India. Face-to-Face has two eminent personalities in Lars Peter Hansen, winner of 2013 Noble Prize in Economics, and Arun Agarwal, an authority on environmental governance, both of whom were at ISB recently. The regular feature articles and Knowledge Session are there too.
Mechanical analyses of presumed climate impacts are not enough to formulate responses to climate change, says Professor Ashwini Chhatre.
Public policy and supply chain innovations are critical to mitigate risks and encourage farmers to adopt crop diversifi cation, say Professors Ashwini Chhatre, Sripad Devalkar, Sridhar Seshadri and Research Associate Prashant Hariharan.
Democratic governance at multiple scales and articulation between institutions, across scales, are critical to successful adaptation by communities to climate change, say Post Doctoral Fellow Harry W Fischer, Professors Ashwini Chhatre, Sripad Devalkar, Milind G Sohoni and Research Assistant Sriharitej Kolagani.
Nobel Laureate Lars Peter Hansen tells Professor Bhagwan Chowdhry.
Guest Editor for this Issue:
Visiting Professor and Senior Research Fellow of the Bharti Institute of Public Policy, Indian School of Business (ISB).