This paper by NCAER project team led by Dr Rajesh Chadha, Senior Research Counsellor, been produced under the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) Programme on Competitiveness and Development. The objective of this study is to analyse the likely impacts of the trade preference scheme on India and the AFLDCs. The study is... Read More
This is the first in a series of reports that NCAER has prepared on detailed tourism satellite accounts for the states and Union Territories of India. This study was commissioned by the Ministry of Tourism in the Government of India in 2013 to compile Regional Tourism Satellite Account for all states and UTs of India... Read More
NCAER, the National Council of Applied Economic Research, is privileged to present the 2013-14 Malcolm S. Adiseshiah Mid-Year Review of the Indian Economy for the third successive year in partnership with the India International Centre. The Mid-Year Review highlights the policy flip-flops and paralysis that plagued policymaking in New Delhi in the run up to... Read More
The nature of monsoon in terms of amount of rainfall received during the months of June-September and distribution of rainfall across regions of the country and over the four month period remains the most important determinant of annual agricultural harvest in the country. This year, there has been a significant deficiency in rainfall received in... Read More
The study aims to estimate the economic and social benefits of the services provided by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) as well as benefits realised by beneficiaries and their perception about the reliability and utility of such services. The services chosen for this study were agro-meteorological advisory, fishery, tsunami warning, severe weather warning and... Read More
This comprehensive study on the socioeconomic impact of HIV and AIDS was sponsored by UNDP and NACO and was undertaken by NCAER during the period October 2004 to May 2005.
The Quarterly Agricultural Outlook provides an overview of agricultural trends both globally and at the national level. Agriculture continues to be critical to India’s economy given its role in meeting the food and fibre needs of over a billion people and providing livelihoods to millions of households in rural areas.
Despite their significance and importance to the economy, research on domestic remittances in India has been severely limited by the lack of nationally representative data on such remittances.