Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS) is a New Delhi–based autonomous policy research institute that specialises in issues related to international economic development, trade, investment and technology. RIS is envisioned as a forum for fostering effective policy dialogue and capacity-building among developing countries on global and regional economic issues.
The focus of the work programme of RIS is to promote South-South Cooperation and collaborate with developing countries in multilateral negotiations in various forums. RIS is engaged across inter-governmental processes of several regional economic cooperation initiatives. Through its intensive network of think tanks, RIS seeks to streng...
- Saturday, 20 January, 2018
Lecture on 'Role of Sri Lanka in South Asia and beyond : Emerging new Contours' by Dr. Dinusha Panditaratne, Executive Director, Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute, Sri LankaFriday, 19 January, 2018
- Tuesday, 16 January, 2018
5th STIP Forum Lecture : Technologies and Strategies for Achieving Excellence in Health Care for Indian MassesMonday, 15 January, 2018
- Friday, 12 January, 2018
- Monday, 8 January, 2018
Saturday, 20 January, 2018RIS, New Delhi
Monday, 12 February, 2018 to Friday, 9 March, 2018RIS, Delhi
STIP Lecture – "The Role of AI in Healthcare and Imperatives for India"by Dr. Anurag Agrawal Director, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (IGIB)Tuesday, 27 February, 2018IHC
PhD in Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 2018
This paper attempts to look into the various issues involved in the debate on geographical indications in the background of EU-India cooperation. While Section II deals with the conceptual aspects of GI and explains India’s stand, Section III looks into the on-going debates in the TRIPs council...
The issues of environmental regulation and international competitiveness revolve around the question of harmonization of standards and it is generally observed that competitive deregulation could lead to downward harmonization of environmental standards. In the context of WTO, the nature of...
This paper attempts an analysis of changing India’s export behaviour during 1960/61 to 1999/2000. Broadly, there are two sharply divided views on the India’s export behaviour. While the predominant view stresses the importance of supply and policy related constraints, other studies find the...
The main objectives of this study are: (i) to examine the coverage of the environment related to non-tariff measures (NTMs) in different product groups of the EU’s imports, and the role of other NTMs in limiting the market access of developing countries, (ii) to analyze the structure of ad...
The paper attempts to get to the ground realities prevailing in India as far as the application of SPS measures is concerned. After detailed introduction, Section II of the study takes a quick overview of the salient features of the agro food exports and the food processing industry in India....