Since it was jugaad that got Nicholas to get me to blog on Installing (Social) Order, here’s a ‘jugaad reading list’ that I’ve used in the writing of my doctoral dissertation. It’s reasonably comprehensive and is a combination of newspaper articles, Journal publications and also books. Some of these are accessible online and I do have pdfs of many of the journal publications – so if anyone is looking for the full text please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Jugaad reading list
Birtchnell, T. (2011). Jugaad as systemic risk and disruptive innovation in India. Contemporary South Asia, 19(4), 357–372.
Bound, K., & Thornton, I. (2012). Our Frugal Future: Lessons from India’s Innovation System. London: Nesta.
Cappelli, P., Singh, H., Singh, J., & Useem, M. (2011). The India Way – How India’s Top Business Leaders are Revolutionizing Management. Boston, Massachusets: Harvard Business Press.
Datta, P. (2010). A Case Study Special on Innovation – Making Aspirations Count (Editorial). In P. Datta (Ed.), (p. 4). New Delhi: BusinessWorld.
Giridharadas, A. (2010). A Winning Formula for Hard Economic Times. The New York Times. New York.
Govindarajan, V., & Trimble, C. (2012). Reverse Innovation: Create Far from Home, Win Everywhere. Massachusets: Harvard Business Review Press.
Gupta, A. (2013b, July 1). The grassroots innovators. Mint.
Jolly, M. (2009). The Jugaad Country. Retrieved from http://www.vccircle.com/columns/the-jugaad-country
Jugaad in not innovation: PC. (2012, August 8). The Indian Express. Pune.
Krishnan, R. T. (2010). From Jugaad to Systematic Innovation – The Challenge for India. Bangalore: The Utprerka Foundation.
Lin, C. h. (2009). The Silenced Technology: The Beauty and Sorrow of Reassembled Cars. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 3(1), 91–131. doi:doi: 10.1007/s12280-009-9088-3
Mashelkar, R. A. (2011a). India @ 75: An innovation superpower? CSIR News, 61(19 & 20), 225–232.
Mashelkar, R. A. (2011b). Reinventing India. Pune: Sahyadri Prakashan.
MST. (2013). Science, Technology and Innovation Policy 2013. (M. of S. and Technology, Ed.). Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India.
Munshi, P. (2009). Making Breakthrough Innovation Happen. New Delhi: HarperCollins Publishers.
Prahalad, C. K., & Mashelkar, R. A. (2010). Innovation’s Holy Grail. Harvard Business Review, (July-August 2010), 10.
Purie, A. (2010). Editorial. India Today, 1.
Radjou, N., Prabhu, J., & Ahuja, S. (2012). Jugaad Innovation – Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Rangaswamy, N., & Sambasivan, N. (2011). Cutting Chai, Jugaad and Here Pheri: towards UbiComp for a global community. Personal Ubiquitous Computing, 15(6), 553–564.
SC Bans Farmers’ “Jugaad.” (2013). Retrieved from http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-329924197.html
Sekhsaria, P. (2011). Jugaad as a materials and conceptual commons. Common Voices, (8), 21–23.
Sekhsaria, P. (2013a). The making of an indigenous scanning tunneling microscope. Current Science, 104(9), 1152–1157.
Sekhsaria, P. (2013b). The making of an indigenous STM: Technological jugaad as a culture of innovation in India. In K. Konrad, C. Coenen, A. Dijkstra, C. Milburn, & H. van Lente (Eds.), Shaping Emerging Technologies: Governance, Innovation, Discourse (pp. 137–152). Amsterdam: IOS Press and AKA, Berlin.
UNEVOC. (1998). Under the Sun or in the Shade? Jua Kali in African Countries. National Policy Definition in Technical and Vocational Education: Beyond the Formal Sector. Berlin: UNESCO.
Varma, P. K. (2004). Being Indian – The Truth about why the 21st century will be India’s. New Delhi: Penguin Books.