Discussion Paper: # 203
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: India’s development cooperation efforts began soon after the country gained its independence in 1947. Indeed there are some incidences that date back to even pre-independence days.
Discussion Paper: # 202
by Sachin Chaturvedi, Krishna Ravi Srinivas and Rashmi Rastogi
Abstract: The role of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in economic growth is well accepted.
Discussion Paper: # 201
by Beena Pandey
Abstract: The establishment of the India-Brazil-South Africa Trilateral Cooperation Forum (IBSA), formalised by the Brasilia Declaration in 2003 is a distinctive international trilateral development initiative to promote SouthSout
Discussion Paper: # 200
by Manmohan Agarwal & Pragya Atri
Abstract: It is widely proclaimed that capital account liberalisation would immensely benefit developing economies because once capital controls are lifted capital would flow from the capital abundant rich countries to th
Discussion Paper: # 199
by Ram Upendra Das
Abstract: One of the most important ways in which several of the common developmental challenges in South Asia could be addressed is by focusing on manufacturing.
Discussion Paper: # 198
by Sushil Kumar
Abstract: Ethiopia is one of the few countries in Africa with whom India has enjoyed a long standing partnership in development cooperation.
Discussion Paper: # 197
by Sabyasachi Saha
Abstract: While India’s emergence as a rising economic power is an outcome of dynamic advantages based on technological learning and skills, innovation driven competitiveness has been much less prominent.
Discussion Paper: # 196
by Manmohan Agarwal
Abstract: This paper examines the implications of the establishment of the New Development Bank (NDB) and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA) for the international financial system and for the BRICS countries.
Discussion Paper: # 195
by Sachin Chaturvedi and Sahil Arora
Abstract: Technological interventions have contributed to increased yields and food security.
Discussion Paper: # 194
by Krishna Ravi Srinivas
Abstract: Synthetic biology is an emerging technology that can facilitate ‘design’ and ‘creation’ of micro-organisms which may not be found in nature.