Prof. Dr. Chaitanya Mishra

Professor of Sociology at Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. Dr. Chaitanya Mishra has been engaged as a teacher and researcher for the last 37 years. He is the founding head of the department of Central Department of Sociology/Anthropology at Tribhuvan University. His research interests are wide-ranging and cover economic history, policy and program analysis, analysis of organizations, political, economic and cultural correlates of development and underdevelopment, human development, decentralization and local government, livelihood, inequality, labour migration, and bilateral and regional processes in South Asia. He lectures on sociology of knowledge, micro and macro sociological theory, Marxist perspective and history of sociology. Details of his CV is attached herewith.

  Name                                 Chaitanya MishraDate of Birth                      November 1, 1951


Proficiency                         English, Nepali, Hindi, Newari

Work Address                    Central Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University,

                                          Kathmandu, Kirtipur, Nepal

                                         Telephone: Landline: x977-1-4331852

Postal Address  PO Box 8870, Kathmandu

Home Address  228 Uma Kunda Marga, WN7, Chabel, Kathmandu, Nepal

                        Telephone: Landline: x977-1-4480537, Mobile: 977-9841328877



Ph. D.                          Sociology; University of Florida, Florida, United States, 1978

M.A.                            Sociology; Nagpur University, Nagpur, Maharastra, India, 1971

B. A.                             Economics, English Literature; Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1969

B. Ed.                                     English Literature; Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1968

Fellowships and Grants

More than 20 scholarships, fellowships research grants and awards, including the Colombo Plan fellowship for graduate study in India (1969-71), and the Fulbright-Hays fellowship for graduate study in the United States (1973-1977). A number of research grants, including by Tribhuvan University, Action Aid Nepal, Winrock International, IDRC, Danish Association for International Development, the UNDP, the South Asia Poverty Alleviation Program, the NORAD and others have been accessed.

Professional Career

  • Professor of Sociology, Central Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1993-
  • Member, Advisory Committee on Same-Sex Marriage to the Government of Nepal, 2010-
  • Chair, Organizing Committee, International Symposium on Ethnicity and Federalization, Kathmandu, April 11-25, 2011, Kathmandu.
  • Short-term advisor, Department of Sociology, Bielefeld University, Germany, February 2007
  • Team Leader, Review of ActionAid International Nepal Programs during 1998-2004, December 2004-March 2005,
  • Advisor to ActionAid International Nepal on Macro Context of Nepal, 2012
  • Advisor to the Editorial Board, Contributions to the Nepalese Studies, 2003-
    • Member, Committee on Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University,1981-
    • Member, Academic Council, Tribhuvan University, October 1996-1998, 2009-
      • Team Leader, Preparation of Policy Paper, 2006-2010, Danish Association for International Cooperation-Nepal
      • Team Leader, Review of Action Aid Programming in Nepal, 1998-2004
      • Team Leader, MS-Nepal Policy Paper, 2005.
      • Principal Investigator, Review of Poverty Alleviation Initiatives in Nepal, 2002.
      • Co-Director, Nepal Human Development Report 1998.
      • Member, National Planning Commission, His Majesty’s Government of Nepal, December 1994- September 1995.
      • Advisor on Methodology, ActionAid, UK, for the preparation of Listening to Smaller Voices: Children in an Environment of Change, 1993.
        • Head, Impact Monitoring Unit, GTZ Regional Rural Development Projects in Nepal, April 1993 November 1994.
        • Reader, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1990-1993.
        • Reader, Research Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies and Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1986-1990.
        • Resident Scholar, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, November 1985-February 1986.
  • Lecturer, Research Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies and Central Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1979-1986.
  • Member, Editorial Board, Contributions to Nepalese Studies, Tribhuvan University, 1981-     1987, 1989-1991.
  • Member, Editorial Board, South Asian Anthropologist, Sarat Chandra Roy Institute for Anthropological Studies, Ranchi, Bihar, India, 1980-1985.
  • Founding Chairman, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1981-1982.
  • Team Leader, Sociology Courses of Study Preparation Committee, Tribhuvan University, 1978-1979.
  • Consultant and Senior Consultant to His Majesty’s Government, Nepal; National Commission on Population, Nepal; Integrated Development Systems, Kathmandu; Pancheshwar Consortium, Kathmandu; Stanley Associates, Canada; Agricultural Projects Services Centre, Kathmandu; IDRC, Canada; Winrock International, Kathmandu; GTZ, Kathmandu; UNDP, Kathmandu; Danish Association for International Development, Copenhagen; NORAD, Norway; etc.
  • Staff Writer, External Service Program, Radio Nepal, Kathmandu, 1972-1973.
  • Sub-Editor, The Rising Nepal (English language Daily), Kathmandu, 1972-1973.

 Additional Professional Engagement 

  • Chair and Member, Committee on Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 1981-
  • Member, Advisory Board, Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 2003-2007
  • Advisor, Mulyankan (Political Review Monthly; in Nepali), Kathmandu, 1991-
  • Member, Executive Committee, Nepal South Asia Centre, Kathmandu, 1994-2006
  • Member, Sociological/Anthropological Society of Nepal, 1988-
  • Co-convenor, First Sociological/Anthropological Congress, Nepal, September 1992.
  • Member, National Committee, Forum for the Protection of Human Rights, Nepal, 1992-96.
  • Member, Editorial Board, Human Rights Bulletin, Kathmandu, 1992-1993

Field Work Experience

Morang, (2010, two weeks), Baglung (2009, two weeks); Morang (2008, one week); Humla (2006, one week); Doti (one week, 2005); Jumla and Kailali Districts (2002, one week); Dhading District (1993, 1994, one month); Siraha and Saptari Districts (1993-1994, one month); Gorkha District (1993, two weeks); Dolakha District (1989,1991, two months); Kathmandu, Patan and Bhakatpur urban areas (1983, one month); Dhading and Chitwan Districts (1982, two-weeks); Dang, Sindhupalchok and Dhankuta Districts (1980-1981, one year)

New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal (1985-1986, two-months)

Uganda and Zimbabwe (2000, two weeks).

Norway (2010) One week



  1. Ethnicity and Federalization in Nepal. Editors, with Om Gurung. Kathmandu: Tribhuvan University. 2012.
  2. Badalindo Nepali Samaj [Changing Nepal Society], Fineprint, 2010.
  3. Essays on the Sociology of Nepal. Kathmandu: Fineprint 2007.
  4. Nepal ra Punjibad [Capitalism and Nepal]. 2006. Kathmandu: Mulyankan Publications.
  5. Seasonal Agricultural Labour Migration from India to the Nepal Tarai. (with Laya Upreti and Tulsi Ram Pandey.) Kathmandu: Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University, 2000.
  6. Nepal Human Development Report 1998. (with Devendra Raj Panday and Others). Kathmandu: Nepal South Asia Centre, 1998.
  7. Nepalma Manaviya Bikas 1998. [Nepal Human Development Report 1998.] (with Posh Raj Pandey). Kathmandu: Nepal South Asia Centre, 1999. (in Nepali.) This book is an extended Nepali-language summary of the original English language version listed immediately above.
  8. Developmental Practices in Nepal. Editor, with Krishna Bhattachan. Includes authorship of the “Overview” chapter. Kathmandu: Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies/Tribhuwan University, 1997. The “Overview” chapter also published as “Developmental practice in Nepal: An overview” in The Telegraph Weekly, Kathmandu, March 12, 1997 and March 19, 1997.
  9. Nepalma Aantarik ra Antarrastriya Basai Sarai, (4 volumes)[Internal and International Migration in Nepal, (4 volumes). (with Harka Gurung and Others). Kathmandu: National Commission on Population, 1983. First volume republished by INHURED International, Kathmandu, 1994.
  10. Sex, Race and Occupational Inequalities in the United States, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Florida, 1978. Available through University Microfilms, University of Michigan.

Forthcoming Book

  1. One Hundred Lives in Transition. This is a collection of life history of 100 persons (75 men and 25 women) of different age, occupational, gender, regional, ethnic, and above all, livelihood groups. All life stories have been collected. A first draft of the 100 life histories has been prepared. The text will be edited. A longish (approx. 50-page) introduction will attempt locate, a la the best sociological tradition—and C. Wright Mills--the commonalities and specificities in individual lives in transition within a specific history and structure which is under transition itself. The final draft shall be completed by the end of 2015.
  2. Debates on Ethnicity in Nepal. (Editors: Chaitanya Mishra and Astri Suhrke). First draft of six of the eight chapters of the book is complete. The introductory and concluding chapter will be drafted by July 2014. It is expected that the book will be published in 2015.  

Forthcoming Papers

  1. 'Household, Generational, and Fraternal Pathways to Poverty and Prosperity.' Available at
  2. 'Rethinking belongingness'. Manuscript submitted to Studies in Nepali Society and History, Kathmandu.
  3. 'Making sense of recent social and political changes in Nepal.' Paper presented to the biannual convention of the United Mission to Nepal, October 2013.
  4. 'Keynote Address: Historical and structural sensitivity and conceptualization and categorization in Sociology.' Forthcoming in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Sociology and Anthropology. Kathmandu: Sociological and Anthropological Society of Nepal. 2014.
  5. Three chapters in the Advisory Report to the Government of Nepal on Same-Sex Marriage. The report is expected to be submitted by May 2014. The three chapters are on (1) Marriage through history and cultures, (2) Field interview with LGBTI persons, and (3) Field report on LGBTI from Norway
  6. 'The Maoist crossroads in Nepal: Postponing New Democracy or Sensing Limits of Agency?' Paper presented to Kyoto University, Japan in May 2012 and South Asian University, New Delhi, India in September 2013. Available at
  7. 'Nepal: The communist versus the progressive option'.

 Published Articles and Reports

  1. ‘Naya Nepalko jat ke ho?’ (‘What caste does New Nepal belong to?’ Kantipur, Shrawan 7, 2071 (23 July 2014). p. 7. In Nepali.
  2. ‘Nepali samajma kasto khale punjibad?’ (‘What kind of capitalism does Nepal run?’)  Kantipur, Jestha 25, 2071 (8 June 2014). p. 7. In Nepali.
  3.  ‘Sikshit ra swasthya: Naya pusta.’ (The new generation: More educated and healthier.’) Jestha 22, 2071(5 June 2014). p. 1. In Nepali.
  4. ‘Srijanshil Nepali.’ (‘Creative Nepalis.’) Annapurna Post, Baishakh 27, 2071(10 May 2014). p. ‘I’ In Nepali.
  5. ‘Politics of cartels.’ Republica, March 19, 2014. p. 8.
  6.  ‘Jatiya ahankarle lokatantra fastaundain.’ (‘Ethnicism does not promote democracy.’) Kantipur, Chaitra 2, 2070(16 March 2014). p. 6. In Nepali.
  7. ‘Lokatantra ki dalatantra: Rojaun.’ (‘Making a choice: Democracy or rule by political parties.’), Kantipur, Falgun 26, 2070(10 March 2014). p. 6. In Nepali.
  8. ‘Prasna wiwek ko.’ (‘A question of conscience.’). Himal. 16-22 February 2014: 38. In Nepali.
  9. 'Why social democracy in Nepal now?' Pp. 1-21 in Meena Acharya (ed.), Why Social democracy for Nepal? Kathmandu: Tanka Prasad Acharya Memorial Foundation and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Nepal. 2013.
  10. ‘The Nepal Experience.’ [Review of James Fisher’s At Home in the World: Globalization and the Peace Corps in Nepal.] The Kathmandu Post. 23 November 2013. p. 9. Also published in Nepali as ‘Peace Corps ko samjhana.’ (‘Memory of the Peace Corps.’) Kantipur. 15 November 2013. p. Cha.
  11. Samriddhi ra sahar’. (‘Prosperity and the urban.’) Kantipur. 13 November 2013. p. 7. In Nepali.
  12. ‘Khusiko khoji.’  (A search for happiness.) Himal. 20 October 2013. In Nepali.
  13. ‘Swatantra nari: purna nagarik.’ (‘Free women: Full citizens.’) Himal. 16 June 2013. p. 23. In Nepali.
  14. ‘“Samrajyawad” ra Nepalko bhabisya.’ (‘“Imperialism” and Nepal’s future’). Kantipur. 20 February 2013. p. 7. In Nepali.
  15. ‘Madhyam warga.’ (‘Middle class.’) Kantipur. 18 February 2013. p. Pha (special issue). In Nepali.
  16. ‘Impunity, memory and democracy.’ The Kathmandu Post. 17 January 2013. p. 6. (with Kanak Mani Dixit). Also published in Nepali as ‘Dandahinata, smaran, ra lokatantra.’ Kantipur. 22 January 2013. (with Kanak Mani Dixit)
  17. ‘Garikhane bargale kam napaye samasya airahanchha.’ (‘There will be problems galore if the able and willing cannot find work.’) Kantipur, Poush 15, 2069 (30 December 2012). p. 7. In Nepali.
  18. ‘Ethnic upsurge in Nepal: Implications for federalization.’ Pp. 58-90 in Ethnicity and Federalization in Nepal. Pp. 58-90 in Chaitanya Mishra and Om Gurung (eds). Ethnicity and Federalization in Nepal, Kathmandu: Tribhuvan University, 2012. Translated in Nepali as ‘Nepalma jatiya ubhar ra sanghiyakaranko sandharbha.’ Bichar Bishesh 2, 5-6(July-December 2012): 41-71.
  19. ‘Upabhoktako kraya xyamata badhekai ho?’ (‘Has the purchasing power of the consumer really increased?’) Annapurna Post, Ashoj 29, 2069(15 October 2012). p. 8. In Nepali.
  20. ‘Sawai bhanda pragatisheel wyawastha: social democracy.’ (The most progressive system: Social democracy.’) Kantipur. 8 August 2012. p. 7. In Nepali.
  21. ‘Sambidhansabha ra sthaniya nirwachan sangai garaun.’ (‘Let constitutional assembly and local government elections be organized simultaneously.’) Kantipur. 10 July 2012. p. 6. In Nepali.
  22. ‘Demos or Ethnos?’ Republica. July 5, 2012. p. 8.
  23. ‘Bichar:’ Awako japana ra tapana.’ (‘Idea: Focus on school education.’) Sixyak. June 2012: Pp. 52-5. In Nepali.
  24. ‘Madheshko samaj: Arthale adyaunchha.’ (‘Madhesi society: The economy as the bulwark.’ Himal. 15-29 June, 2012: 22-3. In Nepali.
  25. ‘Bahujatiya hoina, bahuljatiya.’ (‘Not multicultural but pluricultural.’) Kantipur. 22 June 2012. p. 7.  In Nepali.
  26. ‘Federalism is not the vehicle to solve all inequalities.’ The Kathmandu Post. May 21, 2012. p. 6.
  27. Wargiyata ko mudda ta punjipati le po boknu parne bela ayeko chha.’ (‘It appears as if it the capitalist who has to shoulder the burden of class divisions.’ Karowar: National Economic Daily. May 16, 2012. p. 12. In Nepali.
  28. ‘Society: Varshaka panch ka chhanot.’ (‘The best five persons of the year.’ Kantipur, 25 Chaitra, 2068 (7 April 2012). p. ‘Ja’. In Nepali.
  29. ‘Uhilyai dekhi dharmabhiru.’ (‘God-fearing, for long.’) Nagarik. 12 February 2011. In Nepali.
  30.  ’Niskarsa mantabya: “samrajyabad” ra nepali kranti’ (‘Concluding remarks: “Imperialism” and Nepali revolution.’ Kathmandu: Nepal Study Centre and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. 2012. In Nepali.
  31. ‘Aitihasik chet ra rastrako bhavisya.’ (‘Historical consciousness and the future of the nation.’ Kantipur. July 2012. p. 7. In Nepali.
  32. ‘Dr Chaitanya Mishra wata widwadprawachan.’ (Sambat 2068 salko Jagadambashree  tatha Madan-puraskar samarpan garne samaroha) (‘Address by Chaitanya Mishra’ (to the ceremony marking the 2068 Jagadambashree and Madan Puraskar award of 2068). June 2012.  In Nepali.
  33. ‘Sociology and Anthropology in Nepal today.’ in Dilli Ram Dahal, Laya Prasad Uprety and Bipin Kumar Acharya (eds.), Readings in Anthropology and Sociology of Nepal: Proceedings of SASON Silver Jubilee Conference, June 2-3, 2012, Kathmandu, Nepal. Kathmandu: SASON.
  34. Marxle nadekheko jamanalai marxwadi dristikonwata hernu parchha.’ (The Marxist view should be utilized to dissect a world which Marx did not witness.’) Sourya Dainik Saptahanta. 7 April 2012. p. 7. In Nepali.
  35. ‘Bholiko sixyale rastra hit, blabakhat bhayeka pariwartan ra janatako hit lai sambodhan garnu parchha’ (‘Education, national well being, change and popular expectation.’) Education for tomorrow: Collection of Interviews. By Saradchandra Simkhada, Binod Prasad Humagain and Guman Singh. Kathmandu: Retired Teachers’ Association and Human Rights and Social Transformation Movement. 2012. In Nepali.
  36. ‘Nepal: The macro context and implications for ActionAid International Nepal.’ Report submitted to ActionAid International Nepal for Country Strategy Paper IV. September 2012.
  37. Punjibadi srinkhalako prarambhik binduma Nepali samaj (‘Nepal at the starting blocks of the capitalist road.’) Samayabodh 7 March 2012, p. 23-7. In Nepali.
  38.  ‘Ayogle pahila sanghiyataka adhar nai khojnuparchha.’ (‘The commission must first identify platforms for federalization.’ Nagarik. November 21, 2011. p. 7. In Nepali.
  39.  ‘Jatiyatabad athawa naya dakhinapanthi bhadkau.’ (Ethnicism or the new rightist deviation.’) Nepal Magazine, 24 Poush, 2068 (8 January 2012). p. 22. In Nepali.
  40. ‘Ma sano chhanda.’ (When I was young.’) Interview to Kantipur Kopila, 26 Chaitra, 2068 (8 April 2012). p. ‘Gha’ and ‘Nga’. In Nepali.
  41. Nepalma samajik lokatantrako aniwaryata bare’ (On the necessity of social democracy in Nepal). Bichar Bishesh 1(2), 2011: 23-34. Special issue on Social Democracy. In Nepali.
  42. ‘Foreword.’ To The Use and Misuse of Social Science Research in Nepal. By J Gabriel Campbell, Ramesh Shrestha and Linda Stone. Second edition. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point. 2011.
  43. ‘Panch prasna: ghanti heri had nilna birsiyauin.’ (‘On five questions: We have missed to size the throat before gulping the bone.’) Himal 2-17 September, 2011: p. 8. In Nepali.
  44. ‘Atma nirnayako kura fajul ho.’ (‘Self-determination is a false issue.’) Kantipur, Baishakh 15, 2068(28 April 2011). p. 7. In Nepali.
  45. ‘Changing livelihood at the root of ethnic struggle.’ Kathmandu Post, April 25, 2011. p. 7.
  46. ‘Ishwor guhardai Marxbadi.’ (‘The Marxists are seeking divine help.’) Nagarik, Magh 29, 2067(12 February 2011). p. 6. In Nepali.
  47. ‘Introduction: ‘”Dalit samasya,” rajaniti, ra arthatantra’ (‘The “Dalit problem,” polity and economy.’ Introduction to Nepalma Varnawyawastha ra Wargasangharsa‘ (The Caste System and Class Struggle in Nepal.) By Ahuti. Kathmandu: Samata Foundation. 2010. In Nepali.
  48. ‘Punjibad ekdamai nirdayi prakriya ho.’ (‘The capitalist process is a cruel one.’) Nawayug, Aug, 2010. p. 60. In Nepali.
  49. ‘Kele lyayo ganatantra.’ (‘What led to democracy?’) Kantipur, Jestha 15, 2067(29 May 2010). p. ‘Gha’-‘nga’. In Nepali.
  50. ‘Loktantra masine khatara.’ (‘The risk of the debacle of democracy.’) Nagarik, Baishakh 11, 2067(24 April 2010). p. ‘Ka’. In Nepali.
  51. ‘Hami garib chhainau.’ (‘We are not poor.’) Nagarik, Magh 23, 2066(5 February 2010). p. 1. In Nepali.
  52. ‘Awako rajya-samrachana kasto hunu parchha?’ ‘How should the new state be structured?’ Pp. 373-81 in Shyam Shrestha (ed.) Nepalko: Naya Sambidhan: Naya Rajya Samrachana: Bahuayamik Chintan ra dristikonharu (New Constitution and New State Structure of Nepal: Perspectives and Views. Kathmandu: Intellectual Forum for Social Research and Learning Materials. 2010. In Nepali.
  53. ‘Pahad uchalne sakti’. (The power which can lift a mountain). Himal. March 29-April 13, 2010. In Nepali.
  54. ‘Samajbadma jane kalpanako hawaijahaj chadhera hoina.’ (‘One cannot travel toward socialism on an imaginary airplane.’) Nawayug, 2067 (2010). p. 60. In Nepali.
  55. ‘Samajik Janabad Nai Kina?’ (‘Why social democracy?’) Mulyankan, 2067 (2010), Purnank 184. p. 45. In Nepali.
  56. ‘Swayatta shasan ra srotko bandphand.’ (Autonomous rule and the distribution of resources.’ Naya Patrika, Mangsir 7, 2066 (22 November 2009). p. 11. In Nepali.
  57. ‘Paribartanko dharma pariwar.’ (‘The family in the throes of change.’) Himal, 1-31 Ashoj, 2066 (September-October 2009). p. 40. In Nepali.
  58. ‘Prasanga.’ (In context.’) Nepal Magazine, Ashoj, 2066 (September 2009). p. 54. In Nepali.
  59.  ‘Bibahako artha rajniti.’ (The political economy of marriage.’) Naya Patrika, Push 7, 2066(22 December 2009). p. 11. In Nepali.
  60.  ‘Purna nyayako ramrajya ki kam anyayako rajya.’ (‘An ideal state with full justice or a less unjust state?’) Review of Amartya Sen’s The Idea of Justice. Nagarik, Kartik 7, 2066(24 October 2009). p. Akshar ‘ki’. In Nepali
  61. ‘Satta, shakti, srot, ra bikendrikaran.’ (The state, power, resources, and decentralization.’) Naya Patrika, Mangsir 21, 2066(6 December 2009). p. 11. In Nepali.
  62. ‘Andhyaroma dhunga hanera banaidaichha sanghiya Nepal.’ (‘Federal Nepal cannot be erected by throwing rocks in the dark.’) Naya Patrika, Poush 12, 2066(27 November 2009). Pp. 6-7. In Nepali.
  63. ‘Kun itihas, kun Marxbad ra kun kranti?’ [Which history, which Marxism and which revolution?] Jhilko, Summer 2009: 19-34. In Nepali.
  64. ‘Making research sociological.’ Dhaulagiri Journal of Sociology. Vol 3 (2009): 1-18
  65. ‘Punjibadi bikasko model.’ [A model of capitalist development.’] Naya Patrika.  Push 9, 2065 (24 December 2008). p.7 (in Nepali.)
  66. ‘Gaunle jivan, sahari jivan.’ [‘Rural life, urban life.’] Naya Patrika. Push 5, 2065 (20 December 2008), p. 7 (in Nepali)
  67. ‘Samajko pariwartan ra samajshastra.’ [‘Social change and sociology.’] Naya Patrika. Push 1, 2065 (16 December 2008), p. 7. In Nepali.
  68. ‘Lokako tantra ra loka kalyan: punjibad ra samjbadma.’ [‘Democracy and social welfare in capitalism and socialism.’] Naya Patrika. Mangsir 11, 2065 (26 November 2008), p. 7. In Nepali.
  69. ‘Arthik sanghiyatako parikalpana.’ (‘Imagining economic federalism.’) Gorakhapatra Daily. In Nepali, Asoj 3, 2065 (19 September 2008). p 7.
  70. Dharma, samaj ra dasain.’ (‘Religion, society, and the Dasain festival.’) Gorakhapatra. October 6, 2008. p. 7. In Nepali.
  71. ‘Punjibad gali hoena.’ (‘Capitalism is not a term of abuse.’) Naya Patrika. Saun 9, 2065 (24 July 2008). Pp. 8-9. In Nepali.
  72. ‘Gadha prem ra chhip-chhipe prem.’ [‘Deep love and love rubbed on the surface.’] Naya Patrika. Asar 30, 2065 (July 14, 2008), Pp. 8-9. In Nepali.
  73. ‘Rajatantra antyako karan: Khukuliyeko samajik sambandha.’ (‘The end of monarchy and the loosening of old social relationships.’) Nepal. Jeth 26, 2065 (June 8, 2008). Pp. 34-6. In Nepali.
  74. Sociology and Anthropology at Tribhuvan University: Suggestions for improvement.’ Pp. 18-31 inBiswo Kallyan Parajuli (ed.), Sociology and Anthropology in Nepal. Pokhara, Nepal: Tribhuvan University, Prithwi Narayan Campus. 2008.
  75. ‘Sajha adhar: samajik lokatantra.’ (‘Common ground: Social democracy.’) Himal. Jeth 1-15, 2065 (14-28 May, 2008). Pp. 14-16. In Nepali.
  76.  ‘Naya Nepal, naya Nepali.’ (‘New Nepal, New Nepalis.’ Gorakhapatra Daily. Baisakh 24, 2065 (May 6, 2008). Pp. 1, 7. In Nepali.
  77. ‘Raja punarsthapit hundainan.’ (‘The king cannot make a comeback.’] Himal. Chait 16-30, 2064 (March 29-April 12, 2008). In Nepali.
  78. ‘Nepalma rajanitik sankraman.’ (‘Political transition in Nepal.’) Mulyankan. Baisakh 2064 (April 2007), Pp. 28-31. (in Nepali).
  79. ‘Sociology in Nepal: Underdevelopment amidst growth.’ Occasional Papers in Sociology and Anthropology. (Tribhuvan University) Vol. 10 (2007): 1-45.  Also published in Contributions to Nepalese Studies 32(1) January 2005: 93-128.
  80. ‘Maobadi sangharsha: Karanharuko nirupan.’ (‘The Maoist struggle: Locating the causes.’) Rupantaran: Social Studies. 1(1) Baisakh 2062 (April 2006): 79-139. In Nepali.
  81. ‘Nepali samaj uhi chhaina.’ (‘Nepali society is not the same anymore.’) Himal. Baisakh 1-15, 2063 (April 14-28 April 2006). Pp. 43-45. In Nepali.
  82. ‘Sixya and artha-rajaniti.’ (‘Education and political economy.’) Popular Education 7, 15 (Spring  2006): 16-22. In Nepali.
  83. ‘A review of the Ujyalo Humla program.’ Pp. 21-6 inLight of Progress: Lessons Learned from Lighting Humla Villages with Solar Energy. Kathmandu: Ujyalo Humla Program. 2006.
  84. MSiS Policy Paper: Partnership against Poverty. Kathmandu: MSiS, Nepal. 2005.
  85. ‘Kina chandai sthapit hundaichha lokatantra?’ (‘Why is democracy being established soon?’) Mulyankan. Fagun 2062 (February 2005). Pp. 8-11. In Nepali.
  86. ‘Locating the “causes” of the Maoist Struggle.’ Studies in Nepali History and Society 9(1) June 2004: 1-53.
  87. ‘Abako rajya samrachana kasto hunuparchha?’ (‘What should the features of the new state of Nepal?’) Mulyankan 118 (Baisakh 2061; April 2004): 33-40. In Nepali.
  88. Review of Action Aid Nepal, 1998-2004. Report Prepared for Action Aid Nepal. December 2004.
  89.  ‘Punjibad.’ (Capitalism.) Pp. 125-54 inMary des Chene and Pratyoush Onta (eds.) Nepalko Sandharvama Samajshastriya Chintan (Sociological Thinking in the Context of Nepal). Kathmandu: Social Science Baha. 2004. In Nepali.
  90. ‘Iraqmathi akraman: Pristhabhumi ra parinam.’ (‘The invasion of Iraq: Background and consequences.’) Mulyankan 107(Chaitra 2059-Baisakh 2060; March 2003): Pp. 42-44, 46. In Nepali.
  91. ‘Aemalele Janakpurma ke garnuparchha?’ (‘What should the CPN-UML party be doing during its convention in Janakpur?’) Himal 12(20), (16-19 Magh, 2059; 30 January-12 February, 2003): Pp. 25-26. In Nepali.
  92. ‘Aemaleko nimti vaicharik sarokar.’ (Food-for-thought for CPN-UML.) Mulyankan 105(Magh-Fagun 2059; January-February 2003): 9-10. In Nepali.
  93. ‘Iraq yuddhapachhiko vishwa-byabastha.’ (‘The world system following the Iraq war.’) Mulyankan 108  (Jeth 2060; May 2003): 36-37. In Nepali.
  94. ‘Pluralism in Nepal.’ Chumlung Bulletin-One Voice for Indigenous Peoples 2(3), October 2003, 1, Pp. 4-5.
  95. ‘Sthaniya swayatta shasan ra rajanitik saghanata.’ (Local autonomy and political density.) Mulyankan 114 (December 2003): 38-40. In Nepali.
  96. Progress Report 2002: Millenium Development Goals: Nepal. Draft report prepared for the UNDP, Nepal, 2001. Edited and published by UNDP, Nepal, 2002.
  97. ‘Shixya chhetraka jwalanta chunautiharu.’ (‘Key challenges in the education sector.’] Rajdhani Daily, Fagun 3, 2058/February 15, 2002. p.6. In Nepali.
  98. Review of Poverty Alleviation Initiatives in Nepal. Report prepared for the South Asia Poverty Alleviation Program, UNDP, Kathmandu, November 2002.
  99. ‘Pustakka barema.’ [‘About the book.’] In Ghanashyam Bhusal’s Nepalko Artha-rajanaiti: Sankatko Punarutpadan ra rupantaranko disa. [Political Economy of Nepal: Reproduction of Crisis and the Direction of Transition.] Kathmandu: Nepal Study Centre, 2002. In Nepali.
  100. ‘Hamro sanskritik yatra.’ (Cultural transitions we are living through.’) Mulyankan 102 (Kartik 2059; October 2002): Pp. 16-21. Special issue on culture. In Nepali.
  101. ‘Ke 2007 salpachhi matrai Nepal vishwasamu khuleko ho?’ (Did Nepal open up to the world only after 1951?’) Mulyankan 84(Magh-Fagun 2057; January-February 2000): 30-32. In Nepali.
  102. ‘We cannot pretend to have a constitutional monarchy when our laws are archaic and feudal.’ Nepali Times, 15-21 June, 2001. p. 7.
  103. ‘Ajhai ekikaran bhayeko chhaina.’ (The nation remains to be unified yet.) Kantipur, Fagun 7, 2057 (February 18, 2001). In Nepali.
  104. ‘Sixyama niyantran ra nijikaran dubai abashyak chhan.’ (‘Both government regulation and private initiative necessary in the education sector.’) Himal 10(25) (16-31 Chait 2057; 29 March-13 April 2001): 38-39. In Nepali.
  105. ‘Antarkriya: Naswan punjibadka bishistataharu’ [‘Transient capitalism and its key features: A symposium.’] Mulyankan 86(Baisakh 2058; April 2001): 32-35, 87(Jeth 2058; May 2001): 26-30; 89 (Srawan 2058; July 2001): 38-41; 90 (Bhadra 2058; August 2001): 38-40. In Nepali.
  106. ‘Kine bhayo Americama atankakari akraman?’ (‘Why did the USA become a target of terrorist attack?’) Mulyankan 91(Asoj 2058; September 2001): 8-11. In Nepali.
  107. ‘Gyan ra satta: Teen jhankiharu.’ (‘Knowledge and power: Three constructions.’) Mulyankan 93(Push 2058; December 2001): 40-41. In Nepali.
  108. ‘New predicaments of humanitarian organizations.’ In K.B. Bhattachan, Dev Raj Dahal, Sheetal Rana, Jyoti Gyawali, Min Bahadur Basnet, Kashi Ram Bhusal and ram Raj Pokharel (eds.), NGO, Civil Society and Government in Nepal. Kathmandu: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University, 2001. Also published as Nye forudsaetninger for de humanitaere organisationer in Danish in Folkeligt, Festligt—og Forandret: Rapportfra en taenketank, edited by Thinktank on Humanitarian Organizations, Copenhagen, 2000.
  109. ‘Nepal: Five years following the social summit.’ Contributions to Nepalese Studies 27(1), (January 2000): 1-22.
  110. Review of “MS in the South” Programme. (with Neil Webster and Others.) Danish International Development Association, Copenhagen, 2000.
  111. ‘Bibahako artha-rajniti.’ (‘Political economy of marriage.’) Mulyankan 85 (Chait 2057; March 2000): 23-24. In Nepali.
  112. ‘Aemalejasto sashakta partyko nimti yo suhanundo kuro hoina.’ (‘This does not fit the powerful image of the CPN-UML.’) Budhabar Weekly, Baisakh 7, 2057 (April 19, 2000). p. 5. In Nepali.
  113. ‘Regionalization of the MS-in-the-South programme in South Asia: Visions and potentials.’ Paper presented at a workshop organized by the Danish Association for International Development (“MS” in Danish), Copenhagen, June 2000.
  114. ‘Nepalma rajnitiko apaharan.’ (‘Hijacking of politics in Nepal.’) Mulyankan 78(Asar-Srawan 2057; June-July 2000): 16-17. In Nepali.
  115. ‘Rastriya punjipati barga ra samajbadko margadisa.’ (‘The national-capitalist class and the path towards socialism.’) Mulyankan 83(Push 2057; December 2000): 32-33. In Nepali.
  116. ‘Human rights and humane life.’ The Rising Nepal (English Daily), Kathmandu, December 15, 2000, Friday Supplement, p. 2.
  117. ‘Samaj: 2046 ko das barsha yeta.’ (‘Society: Ten years following the restoration of democracy.’) Mulyankan 82(Mangsir 2057; November 2000): 33-34. In Nepali.
  118.  ‘Nepaliharu kina ra kasari garib bhairaheka chhan?’ (‘Why and how are Nepalis becoming poorer?’) Vikas, Special Issue on Poverty, 12(Push 2055; January 1999): 26-37. In Nepali.
  119. ‘Hamile afnai anubhavlai badhta dhyan dinuparchha.’ (‘We should become more attentive to our own experience.’) Pragyik Sansar. Student Union Journal of Tribhuvan University, Kiritipur Campus. 2(2). (Fagun 2055; March 1999): 73-74. In Nepali.
  120. ‘Kati bistrit ra gahiro chha prajatantrako jaro?’ (‘How extensive and deep are the roots of democracy?’) Vikas 16(Magh 2056; February 1999): 49-73. In Nepali.
  121. ‘Marxlai chinnuparne ra Marxbata siknuparne teen-charwata mulbhut kuraharu chhan.’ (‘Four fundamental lessons that one must learn from Marx.’) Mulyankan 75(Chait 2056; March 1999): 29-31. In Nepali.
  122. MS-Nepal: Strategic Planning Document, 1999-2004. With Saket Bihari Thakur and Others. Kathmandu: MS-Nepal, 1999.
  123. ‘Gairasarakari samsthaharu antarrastriya datrisamsthaka das bhayeka chhan.’ (‘On the slavishness of NGOs to donor organizations.’) Swabalamban [Journal published by the Rural Self-Reliance Development Centre], Kathmandu 1(2), (Bhadra 2056; August 1999): 6-12. In Nepali.
  124. Citizens’ Report on the Kalapani Border Dispute with India. (With Padma Ratna Tuladhar, Shyam Shrestha and Others.) September 1999. In Nepali.
  125. ‘Kun ho wastabik Kalinadi? Kasari bhayeko chha seema atikraman?’ (‘Which is the real Kali River? In what way has the national border been transgressed?’) This article summarizes the Citizens’ Report on the Kalapani Border Dispute with India. Mulyankan 70 (Asoj 2056; September 1999): 5-15, 41. In Nepali.
  126. ‘Kasto chha sarkarko bisbarse swasthya niti?’ (‘Review of the Second Long-Term Health Plan of the government of Nepal.’) Mulyankan 70(Asoj 2056; September 1999): Extracts published in Haka-haki 14(Kartik-Mangsir 2056; October-November 1999):19-22. In Nepali.
  127. ‘Swasthyabidharu beech bhayeko antarkriya: Kasto chha sarkarko bisbarse swasthya niti?’ Roundtable discussion on the presentation ‘Review of the Second Long-Term Health Plan of the government.’ Mulyankan 71(Kartik-Mangsir 2056; October-November 1999): 22-27. In Nepali.
  128. ‘Interview’ [with Chaitanya Mishra]’. Discourse (Student journal published by students of Sociology and Anthropology, Patan Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University), vol. 2. (November 1999). In Nepali.
  129. ‘Ke ho bidesi sahayata? Kasto parirahechha yasle samajma asar?’ (‘Foreign aid and its impact on society.’) Mulyankan 71(Kartik-Mangsir 2056; October-November 1999): 11-14. In Nepali.
  130. ‘Shixyalai antarikikaran garna nasaknu sabaibhanda thulo kamjori ra mukhya samasya ho.’ (‘Weak indigenization remains a key problem.’) Discourse (Journal edited by students of Sociology and Anthropology, Patan Multiple Campus, Tribhuwan University) 2(November 1999): 13-20. In Nepali.
  131. ‘Samagra bampakshyabeech talmel hunu jaruri chha’ (‘It is necessary to bring the left political forces together.’) Mulyankan 64(Magh-Fagun 2055; January-February 1998): 10-11. In Nepali.
  132. ‘Notes on party manifestoes and their relevance.’  Pp. 125-37 inJeevan Thiagarajah (ed.), Governance and the Electoral Process in Pakistan.  Colombo: International Centre for Ethnic Studies, 1998.
  133. ‘Garibi niwaranma samudayik ra rajanaitik sangathanko bhumika.’ (‘The role of community and political organizations in alleviating poverty.’) Vikas, April 1998, Pp. 95-106. In Nepali.
  134. ‘Samudaik sangathanka bibidh ayamharuko samikchhya.’ (‘Dimensions of community-level organizations: A review.’) Pp. 90-111 inRajendra Maharjan (ed.), Community Organization: Why and How? Kathmandu: Society for Participatory Cultural Education (SPACE), 1998. In Nepali.
  135. ‘Mantrima jane chahin dubai paxaka parechhan.’ (‘Cabinet ministers from both sides.’) Janaastha Weekly Chaitra 13, 2053 (March 26, 1997), p. 5. In Nepali.
  136. ‘Aemalema matbhedko ‘bukhyancha’ khadagarera byarthako bibad bhairahechha.’ (‘Fake ideological differences exacerbating intra-party conflict within CPN-UML.’) Mulyankan 54 (Magh 2054; February 1997): 9. In Nepali.
  137. ‘Kasari pasirahechha samrajyabad Nepalko samskritima?’ (‘Imperialism and cultural transitions in Nepal.’) Proceedings of a roundtable discussion in Mulyankan 44(Magh 2053; February 1996): 20-25, 45(Fagun 2053; March 1996): 32-36 and 46 (Chait 2053-Baisakh 2054; April-May 1996): 21-25. In Nepali.
  138. ‘Nepalko arthik-samajik chhetrama samrajyabad kasari pasirahechha?’ (‘Imperialism, economy and society in Nepal.) Mulyankan 40(Srawan-Bhadra 2053; July-August 1996): 10-13, 38-39. In Nepali.
  139. ‘Thotro samajik samrachanta bhatkinchha nai.’ (The old social system will have to give way.’) Mulyankan, 39 (Asar 2053; June 1996) 32-37. In Nepali.
  140. ‘Upper Dolkha: Socioeconomy and problems and potentials of development.’ Report prepared for the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University/IDRC, Canada, 1994.
  141. Institutional Autonomization of Small Farmers’ Co-operatives in Dhading, Nepal. (with Krishna Bhattachan) Report submitted to GTZ, Kathmandu, 1994.
  142. ‘Indo-Nepal relations: A view from Kathmandu.’ Pp. 123-155 inBertram Bastiampillai (ed.) India and Her South Asian Neighbours. Colombo: Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies, 1992. Also published, Pp. 179-93 and 325-40, in Shelton Kodikara (ed.), External Compulsions of South Asian Politics. 1993. New Delhi: Sage.
  143. ‘Purusnai sampattiko swami ra sanchalak bhayepachhi dayitwa uthaunuparchha.’ (‘As owners and managers of assets, men must discharge their responsibilities.’) Asmita  20 (Magh 2050; January 1993): 21. In Nepali.
  144. Project Progress Review of Gorkha Development Project. (with Theo Rauch and Elke Rapp). Eschborn, Germany: GTZ, 1993.
  145.  ‘Ke ke bhaye Beijing mahila sammelanma?’ (‘What happened at the Beijing women’s conference?’) Mulyankan, 33(Mangsir 2052; December 1995): 5-10. In Nepali.
  146. ‘Comments on Shyam Bahadur Khadka’s “Overview of poverty alleviation programmes in Nepal”’. In NPC/UNDP/WB (ed.), Poverty Alleviation in Nepal: Problems and Prospects. Kathmandu: NPC/UNDP/WB, March 1992.
  147. ‘Ansama saman hak le ulat-pulat paribartan lyaunechha.’ (‘Equal rights to ancestral property for women will result in major social change.’) Mulyankan 10(Phagun 2049; March 1992): 10-12. In Nepali.
  148. ‘Itihas, nari ra bikas.’ (‘History, women and development.’) Asmita, Kathmandu, 14 (Asar-Srawan 2049; July-August 1992): 25-27. In Nepali.
  149. ‘State, development and transformation.’ Paper Presented to the Congress of Sociological and Anthropological Society of Nepal on Society, Poverty and Politics in Nepal, September 1992.
  150. Peak-period labour allocation in Tarai agriculture.’ (with Tulsi Ram Pandey and Laya Uprety.) Paper presented to Sociological/Anthropological Congress on Society, Poverty and Politics in Nepal, September 1992.
  151. ‘Notes on state, development and democracy in Nepal.’ Discussion paper circulated to the Second South Asia Dialogue, Kandy, Sri Lanka, November 1992
  152. ‘Comments on Kishore Gurugharana’s “Development cooperation: An appraisal of the activities of donor agencies in Nepal”’. Pp. 17-19 inHeinz Bongaartz, Madan K. Dahal, Ananda Aditya and Dev Raj Dahal (eds.), Foreign Aid and the Role of NGOs in the Development Process of Nepal. Kathmandu: Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies, 1992.
  153. Nepalma sajha karyakram (The cooperative programme in Nepal.) (with Radha Krishna Mainali and Others). Kathmandu: Department of Cooperatives. April 1991. Report submitted to His Majesty’s Government of Nepal. In Nepali.
  154. ‘Swasthyama bampanthi bikalpa bhaneko jananiti, janasahabhagita ra janamukhi swastha pranali ho.’ [‘The left alternative in health is one of democratic policies and popular participation.] Contribution to a discussion on the theme, “How can the health system in Nepal be changed radically?” Mulyankan 19(Jeth 2051; May 1991): 29. In Nepali.
  155. ‘Comments on Bihari Krishna Shrestha’s “The political dimension of decentralization planning and development in Nepal”’. Presented to a seminar on Decentralization, Planning and Development, Kathmandu, December 1991.
  156. ‘Rajanaitik muldhar ra agami andolan.’ [‘Mainstream politics and the current political movement.’] Jhilko 13(Push-Chaitra 2046; January-March 1990): 67-74.  (in Nepali)
  157. Socio-Economic Impact of Pancheshwar Multipurpose Project. (with Tod Ragsdale and Dilli Ram Dahal.) Report submitted to the Pancheshwar Consortium, Kathmandu, 1990.
  158. Drinking Water from Outside the Kathmandu Valley. (with Stanley Associates, Canada and                East Consult, Kathmandu.) Report prepared for HMG and the World Bank, February 1990.
  159. ‘Nepalko bartaman arthik awastha.’ (‘The present economic condition of Nepal.’) Chaaso,  29(Push 2045; January 1989): 38-41. In Nepali.
  160. ‘Nepal-Bharat bibadka aayamharu.’ (‘Aspects of Nepal-India discord.’) Jhilko, April 1989. In Nepali.
  161. ‘The new push for privatization.’ Sambad, IDS Bulletin, Kathmandu, 1988/2. A summary version published in the Nepali language Himal 2047, Kathmandu, Himal Association, March-April 1990.
  162. ‘Review’ (of James F. Fisher’s Trans-Himalayan Traders: Economy, Culture and Society in North-West Nepal.)  South Asia Journal, New Delhi, 2(3), (January-March 1989): 338-342.
  163. Indo-Nepal migration: Data and issues.” (with D.R. Dahal.)  Paper presented to a Seminar on Indo-Nepal Relations: Issues in Population Dynamics, organized by Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, July 1989.
  164. Development Strategies for the Remote Areas of Nepal. (with Khadga Bikram Shah and Others.) Report prepared by the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies for the National Planning Commission, Nepal, October 1989.
  165. ‘Basic needs: Some answers, many more questions.’ Sambad, IDS Bulletin, Kathmandu, 1988/3.
  166. ‘Comments on Gajendra Man Shrestha’s “Village profile: Educational, academic and developmental dimensions”’. In The Role of NDS in the Present National Context, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, 1988.
  167. ‘Youth and society in Nepal: Viewpoints for the future’. In Asian Association of Social Science Research Councils (ed.), Youth in Asia. Delhi: New Statesman Publishing Company, 1988.
  168. ‘Migration.’ (with Tulsi Ram Pandey.) Pp. 87-119 in Raghab Dhoj Pant and Sunil Acharya (eds.), Population and Development in Nepal, Kathmandu:  National Population Commission, 1988.
  169. Status of Youth in Nepal. Research report prepared jointly with Govinda Malla, Krishna Bhattachan, Jit Pal Kirat and Bal Krishna Suwal for Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University, 1988.
  170. ‘Toward a theoretical framework of regional cooperation in South Asia.’ Pp. 131-50 inBhabani Sen Gupta (ed.), Regional Cooperation and Development in South Asia, Vol. 2, New Delhi: South Asian Publisher, 1986.
  171. ‘The Gurkhas: Its Genesis’ Strategic Studies Series. (Journal edited by Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University.) Number 6 and 7, (Winter-Spring, 1985-1986): 155-61.
  172. ‘Mountain and development: A brief theoretical note.’ Jhilko, Kathmandu, August 1987.
  173. ‘Development and underdevelopment: A preliminary sociological perspective.’ In James Fisher (ed.), Occasional Papers in Sociology and Anthropology, volume 1, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, 1987. Also extracted in Jhilko, (Kathmandu), 9(1), April 1988): 1-14.
  174. ‘Nepali emigrants in India.’ (with Dilli Ram Dahal). CNAS Forum Current Issues Series, Number 4, November 1987.
  175. ‘Foreign aid and social structure: Notes on intra-state relationship.’ (with Pitamber Sharma.) Pp.  1-14 in Integrated Development Systems (ed.), Foreign Aid and Development in Nepal, Kathmandu: Integrated Development Systems, 1983. Reprinted in Economic Journal of Nepal 7(1), (January-March 1984): 32-44.
  176. ‘Social research in Nepal: A critique and a proposal.’ Contribution to Nepalese Studies, 11(2), (April 1984): 1-10.
  177. Health and Utilization of Health Services and Facilities in Nepal. (with Indira Shrestha.) Report prepared for the United States Agency for International Development, Kathmandu, 1984.
  178. Fertility and Size, Structure and Functions of the Family in Nepal. (with Dilli Ram Dahal.) Report prepared for the United Nations Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand, 1984.
  179. ‘Samajik anusandhanko parampara ra byabahar.’ (‘The tradition and practice of social research in Nepal.’) Parivesh 25(Fagun 2040): 189-200. In Nepali.
  180. Perspectives on Decentralization Act, 2039. (with G. Bhatta, D. R. Dahal and D.P. Ojha.) Report prepared for the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, 1984.
  181. ‘Political economy of population redistribution: A case study of a Dang village.’ Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 11(3), (August 1984): 1-9. Also published, Pp. 15-26, in Aijajuddin Ahmed, John I. Clarke and C.B. Shrestha and A. Trilsbach (eds.), Mountain Population Pressure.  New Delhi: Vikas, 1990.
  182. ‘The state and surplus.’ [Review of M.C. Regmi's The State and Economic Surplus.]Contribution to Nepalese Studies, 13(1), (December 1985): 123-27.
  183. ‘A search for an appropriate methodology.’ Review of Use and Misuse of Social Sciences in Nepal by Gabriel Campbell, Linda Stone and Ramesh Shrestha. Nepal Tribune, 1(1), (July-August 1981): 34-36.
  184. ‘Political economy of a crisis.’ Review article on Nepal in Crisis: Growth and Stagnation at the Periphery by Piers Blaikie, John Cameron and David Seddon. Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 8(1), (December 1981): 223-28.
  185. Planning and Administration of Development Programmes for Disadvantaged Ethnic Groups: Country Report on Nepal. (with Udaya Gurung.) Kathmandu: Agricultural Projects Services Centre, 1982.
  186. Evaluation of Population Education through Panchayats and Other Agencies. (with Fr. Ludwig Stiller). Report prepared for the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, Kathmandu, 1982.
  187. ‘Sociology in Nepal: Challenges for the 1980′s.’ Paper Presented at the UNESCO Seminar on Professionalization of the Social Sciences, Kathmandu, 1981.