Madhuri Saripalle(2015), “R&D spillovers across the supply chain: Evidence from the Indian automobile industry”, in Globalization of Indian Industries: productivity, exports and investments by Filip De Beule and K.Narayanan (Eds.), 2016, India Studies in Business and Economics, Springer. http://www.springer.com/in/book/9789811000829
•Madhuri Saripalle(2015), “Tamil Nadu’s Electronics Industry: Lessons for Make in India (June 2015)”, Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 1, Numbers 26&27.
‘Cooperative Banking in India and Social Banking’ in the Conference Principles of Alternative Banking at the Bellagio Center in July 5th and 6th 2011.
‘Evaluation of saving strategies between the urban and rural ultra poor: A study in Tamil Nadu, India’ at IMTFIs Annual Conference at University of California at Irvine during September 29th and 30th
‘Total factor productivity growth in Indian Banking – Innovation vs. catch-up effect’, Proceedings of the International Conference of the Economic Science Association (Asia-Pacific), Hong Kong, with D. Malathy and L. S. Ganesh (2006).
‘Economic Effects of IT on the Structure and Performance of Banks’, Proceedings of the International Conference on Banking and Finance, New Delhi, with L. S. Ganesh and D. Malathy (2005).
“State of the Tamil Nadu Agriculture -present state and prospects” in an interactive seminar organized by IFMR to the government officials of Tamil Nadu and academia (2003).
‘Virtual Banking’, University Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored Seminar, at Chennai, August (2002).
Lakshmi Kumar and R Madhumathi (2004) Multifactor evaluation and forecasting of Bank performance in India, Prajan.
Productivity growth and efficiency change in Indian Banking-Technology effect versus Catch up effect
Lakshmi Kumar, D Malathy, L S Ganesh (2010), Productivity growth and efficiency change in Indian Banking-Technology effect versus Catch up effect, Journal of Advances in Management Research, Vol. 8 (Issue 2).