Discussion Paper: # 223
Rajesh Tandon & Kaustuv Kanti Bandyopadhyay
Discussion Paper: # 222
Abstract: The frequent occurrence of natural disasters worldwide has caused massive loss of human lives and resources in the recent years, and has amplified the severity in terms of lost output and job loss.
Discussion Paper: # 221
Krishna Ravi Srinivas
Abstract: Agriculture, the backbone of many African economies, provides livelihood to the teeming millions and absorbs a significant fraction of local workforce.
Discussion Paper: # 220
T. P. Rajendran
Abstract: Agriculture is important for Africa for generating income and employment.
Discussion Paper: # 219
by V. Selvakumar
Abstract: People-to-People Partnership (PPP) is an important and inevitable mode of interactions in the sphere of international relations.
Discussion Paper: # 218
by Santosh Mehrotra
Abstract: Sub Saharan Africa is gifted with a young population underthe age of 25 years; they are two-thirds of its population.
Discussion Paper: # 217
by S.K. Mohanty, Priyadarshi Dash, Vaibhav Kaushik and Bhaskar Kashyap
Abstract: Trade facilitation infrastructure and systems in many countries of Asia and Africa are still far from global benchmarks.
Discussion Paper: # 216
by Renana Jhabvala
Abstract: Ensuring Women’s their participation in the economy requires access to skills, technology and finance.
Discussion Paper: # 215
by Harpreet Sandhu
Abstract: Asia and Africa being home to one-third of human population face the daunting challenge of meeting the demand for healthcare services, disease prevention and management. The burden of provision of healthcare
Discussion Paper: # 214
by Manmohan Agarwal
Abstract: Africa has witnessed significant economic growth in recent years but its growth process is impaired by lack of skills and emigration of skilled workforce to other regions of the world.