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  • Crosscutting Economic Reforms to make Digital India, Start-up India and Make in India work

    At a seminar held at NCAER, Nirvikar Singh, Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, reviewed and analyzed the three initiatives of the Government of India, namely, Digital India, Start-up India and Make in India in terms of the needed sectoral economic reforms, including in education and skilling, labor markets, finance, infrastructure, urbanization,...   Read More

  • Launch of Vijay Joshi’s book, ‘India’s Long Road: The Search for Prosperity’

    NCAER in association with Penguin Random House India, hosted Vijay Joshi for the launch of his book, 'India’s Long Road: the Search for Prosperity', at India Habitat Center on July 14, 2016 to a packed house. Vijay Joshi was in conversation with  Bimal Jalan, Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, and former President...   Read More

  • The India Policy Forum 2016

    The India Policy Forum, IPF, in its 13th continuous year in 2016, is organized by NCAER in New Delhi in July every year. Its objective is to promote rigorous empirical research on Indian economic policy with commissioned papers, an annual two-day conference leading to a volume, the India Policy Forum Volume published by SAGE, and the annual...   Read More

  • State of the Economy Seminar May 2016

    NCAER’S Quarterly Review of the Economy May 2016 NCAER predicts GDP will grow at 7.7 percent in 2016-17 NCAER Team presented the Quarterly Review of the Economy at a seminar held at its Conference Room. The review covers the performance of the Economy in the 2015-16 and forecast for the year head. NCAER’s annual model...   Read More

  • India launch of the World Development Report 2016 on Digital Dividends

    NCAER and The World Bank co-hosted the India launch of the World Development Report 2016 on Digital Dividends, followed by a roundtable discussion on how to best speed up India’s digital transformation and reap the digital dividends of faster growth, greater opportunity and jobs, and better service delivery for India. Dr Shekhar Shah, Director-General, NCAER & Mr Onno Ruhl, India Country Director, The World...   Read More

  • Looking East: India and the East Asian Policy Experience

    Building on Asia’s Strengths during Turbulent Times A discussion around the IMF’s Spring 2016 Asia and Pacific Regional Economic Outlook A conversation around the IMF’s Spring 2016 Asia and Pacific Regional Economic Outlook (REO), Building on Asia’s Strengths during Turbulent Times, led by Dr Thomas Richardson, Senior IMF Resident Representative in India, Nepal, and Bhutan was held at...   Read More

  • Comparing Cross-country Trends in Household Finance

    Prof Tarun Ramadorai (University of Oxford and NCAER) presented on Cross-country Trends in Household Finance at this NCAER Seminar. Dr Pallavi Choudhuri from NCAER shared her views as the discussant for the seminar. Household finance studies the ways in which households use financial instruments to attain their objectives. The field has grown rapidly in recent...   Read More

  • Growth, Urbanization, and Poverty Reduction in India

    Gaurav Datt of Monash University presented his work on “Growth, Urbanization, and Poverty Reduction in India”, co-authored with Martin Ravallion at Georgetown University and Rinku Murgai at the World Bank.  This new work delivers the most robust evidence to date that economic growth in India has not only come with a lower incidence of absolute poverty...   Read More

  • Looking East: India and the East Asian Policy Experience

    Regional Cooperation: Perspectives from China and India Second in NCAER’s Looking East Video Conversation Series with key policymakers in East Asia This dialogue brought together Chinese and Indian policymakers and analysts for a discussion on how the Asian landscape will evolve as regional linkages and partnerships in Asia take more concrete shape over this decade....   Read More

  • Launch of the NCAER Labour Economics Research Observatory (N-LERO): India’s 3E Challenge- Education, Employability, and Employment

    NCAER today launched its first research on India’s 3E Challenge- Education, Employability, and Employment under the New Skills at Work India (NSAWI) program. Housed in NCAER’s Labour Economics Research Observatory (LERO), NSAWI is an inaugural research initiative that will look at the skills gap currently affecting the Indian work environment. The two-year research program, supported by J.P...   Read More