The India Policy Forum 2017
July 11, 2017
NCAER’s 14th India Policy Forum was held at the India International Centre in New Delhi on July 11-12, 2017. The IPF is NCAER’s annual economic policy research conference that brings together academics, policymakers, industry representatives, media, and researchers for discussions on key issues of Indian economic policy. The IPF includes presentations of original commissioned papers, leading to a published volume, and the annual IPF Lecture.

     
The Northeast Regional Workshop on Direct Benefit Transfer
November 21, 2016
NCAER in collaboration with the DBT Mission, organized a one day Northeast Regional Workshop on Direct Benefit Transfer in Imphal, Manipur NCAER in collaboration with the DBT Mission, organized a one day Northeast Regional Workshop on Direct Benefit Transfer in Imphal, Manipur. This workshop is part of NCAER’s ongoing study on “Implement Digital Direct Benefit Transfers: A DBT Readiness Index for the States of India”. A DBT Readiness Index for the States of India”. The workshop helped in promoting an understanding of the myriad problems faced by the North-eastern states in implementing DBT.

     
Malcolm Adiseshiah Mid-Year Review of the Indian Economy, 2016-17
November 5, 2016
NCAER presented the 2016-17 Mid Year Review of Indian Economy at a seminar held in New Delhi. The review presents the most comprehensive, independent assessment of the Indian economy as the Indian Government and its Ministry of Finance begin preparation of the FY 2017-18 Union Budget. Dr Pronab Sen, Country Director, International Growth Centre’s India Central Programme chaired the Review.

     
State of the Economy Seminar July 2016
August 4, 2016
NCAER presented its Quarterly Review of the Economy, covering the performance of the Indian Economy in the first quarter of 2016-17 and forecast for the year ahead at this seminar held at NCAER. This quarterly report is designed to meet the needs of policy makers, corporates and others interested in tracking the latest developments in the Indian economy.

     
State of the Economy Seminar May 2016
May 12, 2016
NCAER released its widely-reported Quarterly Review of the Economy at this seminar held at its Conference Room. The report includes review of the Indian Economy 2015-16 and the Forecast for 2016-17.

     
Third Annual India Human Development Survey Data User Conference
March 16, 2016
NCAER formally launched the public-use India Human Development Survey-II (IHDS-II) data, India’s first national, multi-topic, longitudinal household panel survey, at the start of the Third IHDS Users’ Conference at the Neemrana Fort Palace, Rajasthan. A training session was also held in conjunction with the conference for students and scholars working with IHDS data.

          
Malcolm Adiseshiah Mid-Year Review of the Indian Economy 2015-16
November 14, 2015
The Review of Indian Economy presented by NCAER today, covered the performance of the economy during the first half of the current fiscal year and made projections for the later part of the year. The presentations were Webcast Live, enabling remote participation.

     
State of the Economy Seminar
May 14, 2015
NCAER presented its Quarterly Review of the Economy at this seminar held at NCAER. The review covered the performance of the economy in the last quarter of 2014-15 and presented forecast for 2015-16.

     
Women Workers in India: Why so Few Among so Many?
April 30, 2015
Sonali Jain-Chandra and Sonali Das from IMF presented a paper that examines the determinants of female labor force participation in India, against the backdrop of one of the lowest female participation rates among its peers. Rinku Murgai, Lead Economist from the World Bank, as the discussant for the seminar, took forward the conversations with the audience.

     
The Neemrana Conference 2014
December 13, 2014
Neemrana is the most prestigious forum in India for some of the best US scholars associated with NBER to come together with Indian policymakers and policy analysts from the public and private sectors. For 2014 conference, NCAER brought together a varied and exciting set of Indian participants to engage with our visiting NBER researchers on issues of common policy interest dealing with Indian, US, and global economic developments.

          
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