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Research at the DOC
By applying the paradigm of Dialogue of Civilization as both theoretical framework and methodology, we identify the most pressing issues we are facing now, and we explore and offer global policy makers and major multi-national corporations practical advice and solutions on six research themes:
• East and West: Bridging the Postmodern Identity Gap
• Civilisations Against the Threat of Social Barbarism
• Life Space for Humanity: Protecting the Humane in Human Beings
• Infrastructure as the Backbone of Global Inclusive Development
• Policies, Institutions, and Progress for Global Inclusive Development
• The Economics of Post-Modernity: When Conventional Models Fail
Through our research, publications, and research activities, we aim to suggest alternative social, economic, and political models for regional and global sustainable development.
Research projects adhere to the research topics and themes identified by the DOC Research Institute. The process for research topic publications is as follows:
Research Projects
Research projects at the DOC are established in accordance with the following procedure:
1. A project description is reviewed and approved by an expert committee of internal staff and external expert members. This is a memo of 5-10 pages outlining the concept of the study and the major papers to be written by in-house researches and outside experts (to be commissioned by internal Research Topic Leaders in collaboration with Research Directors), as well as names of prospective authors (10-20 papers and authors).
2. Projects plan to result in a publication of a book or a special issue of an academic journal. Most papers are published on the DOC Research Institute website

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Jagdish Sheth, the Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing at the Goizueta Business School of the Atlanta-based Emory University was speaking on the “Role of India in the Global Order” at a special public lecture organized by DOC Research Institute. Observing that the the three new world economic powers of the future are China, the US and India, with the relationship […]

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New Delhi, 15 July 2018 – The extent to which the return of geopolitics continues to disturb the view on sustainable development and cooperation among nations became clear at a recent roundtable discussion in the Indian capital. Jointly organised by the Indian think tank Research and Information Systems for Developing Countries (RIS) and the Dialogue […]

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