c. “Social Accountability in Pakistan: Gaps, Challenges, Opportunities and the Way Forward”- Fayaaz Yaseen, Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Pakistan

d. “Culture of both Citizenship and Democracy in Bangladesh: A Critical Study”- Supad Kumar Ghose, School of Liberal Arts, University of Information Technology and Sciences (UITS), Rajshahi, Bangladesh

3. Theme 2: Accountable Governance for Inclusive Development and Societal Transformation

a. “Social Accountability and its Conceptual Challenges”- Eelco Jacobs, Basel Institute of Governance, Basel, Switzerland

b. “Multiple Leadership Accountabilities, Discordant Discourses and Clumsy Structures Within Plural Governance”- Donald Curtis, International Development Department, University of Birmingham, UK

c. “Institution Building, Inclusive Growth and Accountability: A Study China and India”- Gurumurthy Kalyanaram, NMIMS University Mumbai, India

4. Theme 3: Equity Architecture of Government - Business relations for Growth

a. “Governing through Force and Consent: The Case of the Ready-Made Garments Industry in Bangladesh”- Kazi Mahmudur Rahman, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia

b. “Role of Institutions in ensuring sustainable livelihoods- Case of Waste pickers of Lucknow City”- Vandana Tripathi, Institute for Technology and Management, Mumbai, India

c. “Determinants Influencing Collaborative Governance Under Public Private Partnerships (PPPs): An Australian Experience”- Dr. Quamrul Alam, Monash University, Australia and Dr. Humayun Kabir, Ministry of Public Administration, Bangladesh

d. “Can Mobile Phone Technology Lead the Way in Bringing Financial Inclusion? Evidence from India”- Dr. Sumanjeet and Minakshi Paliwal, Ramjas College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India

5. Theme 4: Leadership and Capacity for Efficient Public Service Management

a. “Collaborative Public Service Delivery in Bangladesh: Does it really boost all- inclusive development?”- Mohammad Mohabbat Khan, Ph.D. and Md. Shahriar Islam, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh

b. “Measuring And Managing Performance In Government – Critical Appraisal Of India’s Performance Monitoring And Evaluation System (PMES)”- Ashish Vachhani, IAS, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy Of Administration, Government Of India, Uttarkhand, India

c. “Primal Leadership: An Imperative for Effective Public Service Management”- Radha R. Sharma, Management Development Institute (MDI), Harayana, India

d. “Combating corruption: the role of CAG in India”- Ronojoy Sen, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

6. Concluding Note:

a. Human Security and the Next Generation of Comprehensive Human Development Goals – Prof. Des Gasper, ISS, The Hague

7. Additional Papers:
a. “Balochistan Local Government Act: A Governance Roadmap by Locals’ Participation” Sana-Ur-Rahman Sheikh, Assistant Professor, Institute of Management Sciences, University of Balochistan, Sariab Road, Quetta, Pakistan

b. “Replicable Strategies of a Grama Panchayat for Finance Management” Aljo C. Cheriyan, Training Associate, Kerala Institute of Local Administration, Mulangunnathukavu P. O., Thrissur, Kerala, India