1. Priyanka Dutta and Hemanta Barman, Role of Information and Communication Technologies in India's Services Trade, Changing Dynamics in Business and Management Technological Intervention and Environmental Responsiveness , 33-61, [2022]
2. Dutta, P. and Barman, H., Services sector growth and interstae income divergence in India, Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science , vol.6, [2022],
3. Tanushree Baruah, Anamika Barua, Sumit Vij, Hydropolitics intertwined with geopolitics in the Brahmaputra River Basin, WIREs Water (Impact Factor: 7.5) published by Wiley Periodicals LLC. , [2022],
4. Dutta, P., Goswami, G. and Barman, H., Financial Inclusion among Backward Communities: A Study of the Tea Garden Workers in Assam, India , Forum for Social Economics , [2021],
5. Rupon Basumatary, Are migrant sending households better off? evidence from a flood Prone District in North-Eastern India, Asian Man , vol.14, [2020], 10.5958/0975-6884.2020.00010.9
6. Barman, H., Nath, H. K. and Dutta, M. K. (2018)., The Telecommunications Divide among Indian States, Telecommunications Policy , vol.42, 530-551, [2018],
7. Morang, H. C., Barman, H., and Bezbaruah, M. P., Development Transition of a Riverine Tribe: A Study of the Misings in Brahmaputra Valley, Indian Journal of Human Development , vol.12, 52-73, [2018],
8. Rupon Basumatary, Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change: Do floods affect cropping intensity? Evidence from a flood prone district in Assam, India, IRA-International Journal of Management and Social Sciences , vol.12, 49-54, [2018]
9. Rupon Basumatary, Understanding Household’s vulnerability to floods: A study in Dhemaji district in Assam, India, Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research , vol.7, 60-72, [2018]
10. Das, A. and Barman, H., Extent of Use of Farm Capital Goods in India’s Agriculture and Its Determinants, Assam Economic Review , vol.11, 139-153, [2018]
11. Barman, H. and Nath, H. K., What determines international tourist arrivals in India? , Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research , vol.24, 180-190, [2018],
12. Saikia, D. and Barman, H. , Urban informal manufacturing sector in Assam in the post reform period, Urban India , vol.37, [2017]
13. Rupon Basumatary, Do floods affect the livelihood strategy choices of household heads? Evidence from a severely flood affected district in Assam, India, Golden Research Thoughts , vol.6, 1-5, [2017]
14. Rupon Basumatary, Frequent Floods and Agriculture: Alternative Livelihood Strategies of Flood Affected Households in Dhemaji District of Assam, Assam Economic Review , vol.10, 157-177, [2017]
15. Saikia, D. and Barman, H., Health Workforce in the rural public health sector in Assam: current status and way forward, Productivity , vol.56 (1), 36-46, [2015]