Discussion Paper: # 133
by Ramgopal Agarwala
Abstract: Despite a plethora of programs for increased financial co-operation in Asia, there has been very little real progress in developing a regional architecture for financial co-operation in Asia.
Discussion Paper: # 132
by Bhagirath Lal Das
Abstract: The lure of big benefits from successful conclusion of the multilateral negotiations and the risks of bilateral and regional routes if these negotiations fail should not be taken by the developing countries as determining factors in thei
Discussion Paper: # 131
by Rajat Nag
Abstract: There is indeed a strong opportunity for South Asian countries to benefit from intensifying regional ties.
Discussion Paper: # 130
by Prabir De and Biswa N. Bhattacharya
Abstract: In recent years, South Asia has received growing attention as a region that is integrating successfully into the global economy.
Discussion Paper: # 129
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: Since the Doha Ministerial, the developing countries have been raising issues related to the indigenous knowledge system (IKS) and access and benefit sharing (ABS) in context of conflict between the CBD and the TRIPs.
Discussion Paper: # 128
by Sachin Chaturvedi and S. K. Mohanty
Abstract: In this paper the authors make an effort to address the concerned issues in light of Indian experience with the usage of ICT in trade transactions.
Discussion Paper: # 127
by Maria Lúcia L.M. Pádua Lima
Abstract: The paper begins by analysing the Brazilian economic development stressing the external sector of its economy.
Discussion Paper: # 126
by S.K. Mohanty and Sanjib Pohiti
Abstract: The experiences of Asian countries suggest that the region has substantial economic potentials and synergies between these countries can be better tapped with comprehensive economic cooperation.
Discussion Paper: # 125
by Nagesh Kumar
Abstract: This paper summarizes the conceptual rationale for investment liberalization to fully exploit the potential of regional trading arrangements.
Discussion Paper: # 124
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: The prospective entry of generic dominated Indian pharmaceutical sector in the ambit of new technologies is likely to give filip to emergence of strong biopharmaceutical sector.It is pertinent in this context to draw a p