V. Sridhar presented on “Cross border digital flows and its economic impacts” at the 14th South Asian Network of Economic Research Institutes (SANEI) Annual Conference held in Kathmandu, Nepal during 7th-8th November, 2016.
V. Sridhar took an invited session on “Spectrum Management: The Regulatory and Policy challenges”, at the Workshop on Telecom Policy and Regulation for the officials of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) on 20th October 2016.
Onkar Hoysala presented the paper titled “Ola! Moral Economies of the Digital” authored with Kavitha Narayanan and Janaki Srinivasan at the 28th Annual Conference of the . It was held at University of California-Berkeley, during 24th-26th June 2016.
Kavitha Narayanan presented the paper titled “The Digital Transformation? A Study of Ola Auto“, authored with Onkar Hoysala and Janaki Srinivasan, at the Workshop on Bangalore’s ‘Great Transformation’: Land, Ecologies, Economies , Communities. It was organized by National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore during 24th-25th June 2016.
To explore new possibilities to solve some of the most pressing social challenges of the 21st century, this talk will explore the hybrid domain as an emerging institutional form to generate social innovation.
The shifting relations between states, markets, not-for-profit sectors, and technology shape the landscape for social innovation. The empowerment of low-income populations in India in particular, and in the Global South in general, as contributors of knowledge for social innovation promises developmental impacts that earlier efforts could not deliver. Particularly in the context of state failure to deliver services that fulfill the basic needs of citizens, collaborative governance can serve as an useful alternative to blend economic and social objectives by overriding organizational boundaries which were previously considered ideologically incompatible and, therefore, unbridgeable.