Discussion Paper: # 167
by Arindam Banerjee
Abstract: The contemporary world is witnessing certain critical changes in the domain of grain utilization.
Discussion Paper: # 166
by Prabir De and Chiranjib Neogi
Abstract: This paper investigates the impact of global crisis shocks on India’s trade and industry.
Discussion Paper: # 165
by Ram Upendra Das and Meenakshi Rishi
Abstract:Trade liberalization and financial deepening have assumed greater significance for a country’s economic growth performance in recent times.
Discussion Paper: # 164
by Prabir De
Abstract:The primary objective of this paper is to find whether or not the governance and institutions matter for enhancing Asia’s trade.
Discussion Paper: # 163
by Ram Upendra Das
Abstract:Rules of origin (ROO) have emerged as an area in which consensus is hard to achieve among negotiating countries within an RTA.
Discussion Paper: # 162
by Kasturi Das
Abstract:Over the recent past, Geographical Indication (GI) has emerged as one of the most contentious categories of intellectual property (IP).
Discussion Paper: # 161
by Indra Nath Mukherji
Abstract:Relations between India and Nepal have been bound by long-standing geographical, historical, cultural, social and economic ties that the peoples of the two countries have shared since times immemorial.
Discussion Paper: # 160
by Prabir De
Abstract:Regional infrastructure is one of the major determinants of economic integration process.
Discussion Paper: # 159
by Reji K JosephAbstract:It was argued in the context economic reforms in pharmaceuticals sector, particularly in the context of changing patent regime, that growth in exports would be restricted, imports would get a fillip and balance of trade would be a
Abstract:It was argued in the context economic reforms in pharmaceuticals sector, particularly in the context of changing patent regime, that growth in exports would be restricted, imports would get a fillip and balance of trade w
Discussion Paper: # 158
by Ramgopal Agarwala
Abstract:While the global economy has pulled back from the financial abyss, it is by no means out of the woods.