Discussion Paper: # 69
by Barnali Nag
Abstract: India, with its rapidly increasing energy demand and stagnating domestic oil reserves offers a large potential market for the oil and gas reserves of the Central Asian countries.
Discussion Paper: # 68
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: The biotechnology is being seen as a major force for economic development in South Asia, despite the fact that there is a strong limitation of funding, infrastructural facilities and experienced manpower.
Discussion Paper: # 67
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: In international trade, consideration of environmental issues is no more a matter of choice. The linkage is also widely being recognized at the normative level as well.
Discussion Paper: # 66
by Prabir De and Buddhadeb Ghosh
This paper tries to find out the role played by infrastructure facilities in economic development across South Asian countries over the last quarter century.
Discussion Paper: # 65
This paper reviews the Indian experience with FDI since the 1991in a comparative East Asian perspective. The structure of the paper is as follows: Section 2 summarizes the evolution of Indian government’s policy towards FDI.
Discussion Paper: # 64
Sweta Chaman Saxena
This paper examines the relevance of India’s monetary integration with East and Southeast Asia in particular the existence of the economic criteria for a common currency.
Discussion Paper: # 63
Jaya Prakash Pradhan
The rise of service sector outward FDI (O-FDI) activities has emerged as one of the most important aspects of Indian economy during nineties.
Discussion Paper: # 62
Rajesh Mehta and Parul Mathur
The existing country-wise models have not given due attention to the trade sector since most of them have been built keeping in view specific objectives, and a systematic effort is still required for building a short-term econometric forecasting m
Discussion Paper: # 61
This paper attempts to look into the dynamics of National System of Biotechnology Innovation (NSBI) in the wider framework of its role in the economic development.