Political Game Theory: The psychology behind political behaviour, games, choice architecture, and strategic interactions.
Property tax reform in developing countries, with special reference to India.
Electronic aggression, technology- and Internet-based addictions, maladjustive and maladaptive online behaviours, cyber bullying, lurking, trolling.
Political and social impacts associated with the application of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in society, with specific interest in the role and impact of ICTs in public service provision and on democratic processes in Europe and South Asia.
Practical issues associated with the incorporation of ICTs into government processes, and subsequent implications for public policy.
The use of Web 2.0 technologies and applications by Government to encourage and increase public participation in decision-taking and policy-making processes.
Accessibility of information online – determining the extent to which information is easily accessible via the World Wide Web/Internet and subsequent policy implications.