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Howlett, Peter and Velkar, Aashish (2011) Technology transfer and travelling facts: a perspective from Indian agriculture. In: Howlett, Peter and Morgan, Mary S., (eds.) How Well Do Facts Travel? the Dissemination of Reliable Knowledge. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 273-300. ISBN 9780521196543

Monograph

Velkar, Aashish (2010) ‘Deep’ integration of 19th century grain markets: coordination and standardisation in a global value chain. Economic History Working Papers (145/10). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Howlett, Peter and Velkar, Aashish (2008) Agri-technologies and travelling facts: case study of extension education in Tamil Nadu, India. Working papers on the nature of evidence: how well do 'facts' travel? (35/08). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Velkar, Aashish (2007) Accurate measurements and design standards: consistency of design and the travel of 'facts' between heterogeneous groups. Working papers on the nature of evidence: how well do 'facts' travel? (18/07). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Velkar, Aashish (2006) Institutional facts and standardisation: the case of measurements in the London coal trade. Working papers on the nature of evidence: how well do 'facts' travel? (11/06). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Conference or Workshop Item

Howlett, Peter and Velkar, Aashish (2007) Agri-technologies and travelling facts: case study of extension education in India. In: Enquiry, Evidence, and Facts, 2007-12-13 - 2007-12-14.

Online resource

Howlett, Peter and Velkar, Aashish (2013) Travelling facts: a perspective from Indian agriculture. South Asia @ LSE (07 Jan 2013). Blog Entry.

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