Discussion Paper: # 206
by T.P. Rajendran and Amit Kumar
Abstract: India-Africa seed sector has promises for improving trade with various African nations.
Discussion Paper: # 205
by Sunanda Sen
Discussion Paper: # 204
by Prabodh Saxena
Abstract: Development cooperation is an integral part of India’s foreign policy and India has been extending cooperation to its fellow developing countries even before its independence in 1947.
Discussion Paper: # 203
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: India’s development cooperation efforts began soon after the country gained its independence in 1947. Indeed there are some incidences that date back to even pre-independence days.
Discussion Paper: # 202
by Sachin Chaturvedi, Krishna Ravi Srinivas and Rashmi Rastogi
Abstract: The role of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in economic growth is well accepted.
Discussion Paper: # 201
by Beena Pandey
Abstract: The establishment of the India-Brazil-South Africa Trilateral Cooperation Forum (IBSA), formalised by the Brasilia Declaration in 2003 is a distinctive international trilateral development initiative to promote SouthSout
Discussion Paper: # 200
by Manmohan Agarwal & Pragya Atri
Abstract: It is widely proclaimed that capital account liberalisation would immensely benefit developing economies because once capital controls are lifted capital would flow from the capital abundant rich countries to th
Discussion Paper: # 199
by Ram Upendra Das
Abstract: One of the most important ways in which several of the common developmental challenges in South Asia could be addressed is by focusing on manufacturing.
Discussion Paper: # 198
by Sushil Kumar
Abstract: Ethiopia is one of the few countries in Africa with whom India has enjoyed a long standing partnership in development cooperation.
Discussion Paper: # 197
by Sabyasachi Saha
Abstract: While India’s emergence as a rising economic power is an outcome of dynamic advantages based on technological learning and skills, innovation driven competitiveness has been much less prominent.