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.
Discussion Paper: # 213
by Ruchita Beri
Abstract: India’s development partnership in Africa has acquired new momentum in the recent years.
Discussion Paper: # 212
by Manmohan Agarwal and Irfan Shah
Abstract: This paper seeks to examine how the objectives of monetary policy have changed over the years from one of supporting public investment to one of inflation control and still later to inflation targeting.
Discussion Paper: # 211
by Durairaj Kumarasamy and Prakash Singh
Abstract: This study attempts to examine how access to finance and financial development affects firm’s ability to export in Asia–Pacific countries.
Discussion Paper: # 210
by Rajeev Kher and Pritam Banerjee
Abstract: Trade facilitation has been focused on addressing issues related to customs clearance and regulatory processes of other agencies dealing with clearance of goods.
Discussion Paper: # 209
by V. S. Seshadri
Abstract: RCEP member countries cover half the world population, 30 per cent of world GDP and a quarter of world trade.
Discussion Paper: # 208
by Dr. Nagesh Kumar
Abstract: This paper presents new evidence on pre-mature deindustrialization being witnessed by India in terms of rising share of imports in final consumption.