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  • Financial Globalization in India: Opportunities, Challenges and Reforms

    Since the early nineties, India has cautiously opened up to private foreign capital. While financial openness has increased over time, it is still limited in many dimensions. Gross Capital Flows as a percentage to GDP, a measure of financial openness, peaked in 2007 at 67.4 per cent, from just 15 per cent in the 1990s....   Read More

  • State of the Economy Seminar

    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. NCAER’s annual model predicts that GDP at market price, 2011-12 prices will grow at 7.8 per cent in 2015-16, according to this...   Read More

  • Addressing Infrastructure Deficits and Transforming Finance in Asia

    Please join us for the third in the series of five lectures on the Asian Century by NCAER Distinguished Fellow, Mr Rajat M. Nag. Much of Asia is still plagued by severe physical infrastructure deficits. This lecture will address the important challenges of meeting such infrastructure deficits, both hard and soft, and how they could be...   Read More

  • Addressing Infrastructure Deficits and Transforming Finance in Asia

    Please join us for the third in the series of five lectures on the Asian Century by NCAER Distinguished Fellow, Mr Rajat M. Nag. Much of Asia is still plagued by severe physical infrastructure deficits. This lecture will address the important challenges of meeting such infrastructure deficits, both hard and soft, and how they could be...   Read More

  • Do Mothers have Enough Time to feed their Children?: Effect of Maternal Time use on Child Nutrition in Bangladesh

    By accounting for seasonality, income, and education, Dr Monica Jain’s research reveals some of the factors that constrain women’s time use – and some surprising factors that don’t – to understand what may shape women’s ability to provide adequate complementary feeding. Complementary child feeding practices that complement breast feeding are poor in Bangladesh and have...   Read More

  • Women Workers in India: Why so Few Among so Many?

    At this seminar, 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. Using extensive Indian household survey data, the paper models the labor force participation choices of women, conditional on...   Read More

  • NCAER IHDS team attends the Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015

    NCAER IHDS team attended the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America in San Diego from 30 April to 2 May, 2015. The Population Association of America (PAA) is a nonprofit, scientific, professional organization established to promote the improvement, advancement and progress of the human race through research of problems related to human population....   Read More

  • NCAER IHDS team attends the Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015

    NCAER IHDS team attended the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America in San Diego from 30 April to 2 May, 2015. The Population Association of America (PAA) is a nonprofit, scientific, professional organization established to promote the improvement, advancement and progress of the human race through research of problems related to human population....   Read More

  • India Development Update: Towards a Higher Growth Path

    Dr Poonam Gupta, Senior Economist, World Bank, presented an update on the Indian Economy, at this seminar held at NCAER. World Bank’s India Development Update notes that aided by reform measures and a supportive external environment, the Indian economy seems to have turned the corner with significant improvement in economic outlook. Most indicators point toward improved macroeconomic...   Read More

  • India Development Update:Towards a Higher Growth Path

    Please join us for a seminar on the World Bank’s latest India Development Update “Towards a Higher Growth Path”, by Dr Poonam Gupta, Senior Economist at the World Bank. The Bank’s latest biennial India Development Update notes that aided by reform measures and a supportive external environment, the Indian economy seems to have turned the...   Read More

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