Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER)
ICRIER, New Delhi, India.
Self-description: “ICRIER — established in August 1981 — is an autonomous, policy-oriented, not-for-profit economic policy think tank. ICRIER’s main focus is to enhance the knowledge content of policy making by undertaking analytical research that is targeted at improving India’s interface with the global economy. We have nurtured our autonomy by establishing an endowment fund, income from which enables us pursue our priority research agenda. ICRIER’s office is located in the prime institutional complex of India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.”
Site contents: * About ICRIER; * Research (Ongoing and Recently Completed Research Projects: #Trade, Openness, Restructuring and Competitiveness [Abstracts of 7 Ongoing projects, Abstracts and full-text pdf files of 14 Completed projects]; #WTO Related Issues [Abstracts of 2 Ongoing projects, Abstracts and full-text pdf files of 5 Completed projects]; #Regional and Bilateral Issues [Abstracts of 9 Ongoing projects, Abstracts and full-text pdf files of 9 Completed projects]; #Financial Liberalization and Regulation [Abstracts of 4 Ongoing projects, Abstracts and full-text pdf files of 3 Completed projects]; #Macroeconomic Management in an Open Economy [Abstracts of 1 Ongoing project, Abstracts and full-text pdf files of 3 Completed projects]; #Strategic Aspects of India’s External Relations [Abstracts of 3 Ongoing projects]); * Publications (Books, Working Papers, WTO Research Series, ICRIER Think Ink, WTO News & Views, Doha Updates, Others); * News and Events (Seminars, Conference & Workshop, Lectures, Forthcoming Events, ICRIER in News, WTO News & Views); * Carieer at ICRIER; * Library; * Related Links [Economics Research Organizations in India & world-wide, Online Economic Databases (India, International); * Search; * Contact Us. * Announcements; * Latest; * The Japan Project at ICRIER; * ICRIER National interest Project; * Study on Sports Sector in India; * Studies On Indian Retail Sector.
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