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Liberty Institute publications


  • Climate Change Reconsidered: The report of the Nongovernmental International panel on Climate Change – Edited by Craig Idso & S. Fred Singer
  • International Property Rights Index 2011 – Property Rights Alliance
  • International Property Rights Index 2010– Property Rights Alliance

Liberty Books

  • At Liberty Freedom to Express and Offend: by Ravi Shanker Kapoor

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  • Towards a Health Future, edited by Debashish Chakraborty and Philip Stevens
  • Four Wheels for All: The Case for Rapid Automobilisation of India, by Sauvik Chakraverti
  • Peter Bauer and Economics of Prosperity: Edited by James Dorn and Barun Mitra (co-published by Cato Institute and Liberty Institute)
  • Ayn Rand at 100, edited by Tibor Machan (published in association with Pragun Publication)
  • Keeping the Water Flowing, edited by Barun Mitra, Kendra Okonski and Mohit Satyanand (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • The Trade Game: Negotiation trends at WTO and Concerns of Developing Countries, edited by Bibek Debroy and Debashis Chakraborty (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • Anti-Dumping: Global abuse of a trade policy instrument, edited by Bibek Debroy and Debashis Chakraborty (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • Eco-Imperialism: Green Power, Black Death, by Paul Driessen, with an introduction by Deepak Lal (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • WTO at Ten: Looking back to look beyond, Vol. I & II edited by Bibek Debroy and Mohammed Saqib (in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, co-published by Konark Publishers)
  • In Defence of Global Capitalism, by Johan Norberg, with an introduction by Bibek Debroy (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A free market odyssey, by Ken Schoolland (published in association with Academic Foundation)
  • Mukto Bazarer Pathe: (Bengali translation of The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A free market odyssey) by Ken Schoolland, Bengali Translation by Prof Kali Sadhan Mukhopadhyay
  • The Liberal Tide: From tyranny to liberty,edited by Jim Peron
  • Population: The Ultimate Resource edited by Barun S. Mitra (Recipient of the 2001 Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award )

Classics Revisited

  • The Essential Frédéric Bastist, Edited by Sauvik Chakraverti (in collaboration with Frederic Naumann Stiftung – FÜR DIE FREIHEIT)
  • Equality, by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay, Translated by Bibek Debroy, from the original Bengali essay titled Samya
  • Bureaucracy by Ludwig von Mises
  • Self Help: with illustrations of conduct and perseverance, by Samuel Smiles, Abridged and edited by Sauvik Chakraverti
  • The Law by Frederic Bastiat

Working Papers

  • Unlocking wealth: Need to release the value of unbanable assets of India’s poor, by Monika Halan
  • Market for Water, by Laveesh Bhandari,
  • Marketing Waste, by Laveesh Bhandari,
  • The Basel Convention of 1989: A developing country perspective on hazards of restricting trade in waste, by Prasanna Srinivasan
  • Renewable Energy in India: Is it Viable? By Sutanu Guru
  • Malaria and Climate Change : A Liberty Institute, Africa Fighting Malaria, and ESEF Working Paper
  • Incentive-Based Approaches for Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Issues and Prospects for India , by Shreekant Gupta, Delhi School of Economics
  • Climate Change: Some ways to lessen worries , by Jesse H. Ausubel, Rockefeller University

Policy Papers

  • Saving the Fisheries: A Property Rights Approach, by Santhakumar
  • Resolving Conflicts in Indian Fisheries: A property rights approach, by V Santhakumar
  • People Power: Market for Electricity from Below, by Seetha
  • Whither the WTO?, Razeen Sally
  • Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO Framework: Reconciling Free Trade Objectives, by Debashis Chakraborty
  • Unshackling Indian Air Transport, by Laveesh Bhandari

Occasional Papers

No. 16 - Courage, Fear and Immigration: The significance of welcoming immigrants in a free economy, by Ken Schoolland

No. 15 - The Globalisation of Human Well Being, by Indur Goklany

No. 14 - China, India and the Fate of Globalisation, by Joydeep Mukherji

No. 13 - The Joy of Gambling, by Rakesh Wadhwa, Atam Uppal and Tom Bell

No. 12 - The Burden of Malaria, By Barun Mitra and Richard Tren

No. 11 - Incentive-Based Approaches for MitigatingGreenhouse Gas Emissions: Issues and Prospects for India, by Shreekant Gupta

No. 10 - Climate Change: Some Ways to Lessen Worries, by Jesse H. Ausubel

No. 9 - The Japanese Slump: Was Hayek Right After All? by Deepak Lal

No. 8 - Ideal Matter: Globalisation and Intellectual Property Debate, by Julian Morris, Rosalind Mowatt and W. Duncan Reekie

No. 7 - When Politics Kills: Malaria and the DDT Story, by Richard Tren and Roger Bate

No. 6 - The Enterprise of Education: Opportunities and Challenges for India, by James  Tooley

No. 5 - The New Cultural Imperialism: The Greens and Economic Development, by Deepak Lal

No. 4 - War on Tobacco: At What Cost? by Deepak Lal and Roger Scruton

No. 3 - Democracy, Market and Human Rights, by Tibor R. Machan and Barun S. Mitra

No. 2 - Swadeshi and MNC’s in India, by R.K. Amin

No. 1 - Corporate India: In the age of globalization, By Gurcharan Das

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