Rasigan Maharajh

Tshwane University of Technology
Institute for Economic Research on Innovation

159 Nana Sita Street
Pretoria CBD
Tshwane, Gauteng
South Africa
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rasigan@ieri.org.za |  Visit Personal Website


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I study the political economy with specific foci on science, technology and of innovation for sustainable development.

Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “Desenvolvendo sustentabilidade e a emergência de um novo paradigma científico.” Sustentabilidade Socioambiental em um Contexto de Crise (pp. 141 – 172). Jose Eduardo Cassiolato, Gabriela von Podcameni and Maria Clara C. Soares, eds. Rio de Janeiro: E-Papers.
Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “Left in the City: A Conceptual Contribution on the Right to the City as a Safe and Just Space for Humanity.” Right to the City for a Safe and Just World: The BRICS Case (pp. 19-36). Sergio Veloso and Paulo Esteves, eds. Rio de Janeiro: BRICS Policy Centre and Oxfam.
Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “Persistence and Possibilities: On the Archaic and Planetary Civilisation.” State of Civil Society 2015 (pp. 102-107). Andrew Firmin, ed. Newtown: CIVICUS-World Alliance for Citizen Participation.
Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “Innovation, Indicators and Development Challenges of the BRICS.” VI BRICS Academic Forum (pp. 97 – 110). Renato Coelho Baumann das Neves and Tamara Gregol de Farias, eds. Institute for Applied Economic Research, Brasilia.
URL: http://www.ipea.gov.br/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=24280
Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “The Metabolic Rift, Anachronistic Institutions and the Anthropocene.” SPANDA Journal 6 (1):1-10.
URL: http://www.spanda.org/SpandaJounrnal_VI,1.pdf
Citation:
Maharajh, Rasigan. 2015. “Betwixt Now and Then: Travails in the Interregnum.” Global Governance: Crossed Perceptions (pp. 357 – 394). Sérgio Eduardo Moreira Lima, ed. Fundação Alexandre de Gusmão: Brasília.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy SECONDARY
Science and Technology Policy PRIMARY
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY

Keywords

POLITICAL ECONOMY GEO-POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION