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Call for papers :IGIDR Workshop on DSGE Modeling for Emerging Economies

IGIDR Workshop on DSGE Modeling for Emerging Economies August 6th and 7th, 2018   On August 6th and 7th, 2018, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), is organizing a workshop on dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) modeling for emerging markets. The latest-generation DSGE models are the workhorse of modern […]

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Candidates Shortlisted for Interviews for the M.Sc/M.Phil/Ph.D. Programme 2018

1. Candidates Shortlisted for Interviews for the M.Phil/Ph.D. Programme 2018  2. Candidates Shortlisted for Interviews for the M.Sc.(Economics) Programme 2018 Important note for candidates short-listed for interviews: 1. Candidates are requested to book their tickets 2. Interview call letters are being sent by email. Please read the instructions in the Interview Call […]

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IGIDR Workshop on DSGE Modeling for Emerging Economies ; August 6th and 7th, 2018

On August 6th and 7th, 2018, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), is organizing a workshop on dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) modeling for emerging markets. The latest-generation DSGE models are the workhorse of modern macroeconomic theory and policy.  Dr. Viktoria Hnatkovska (Vancouver School of Economics) will conduct Dynare- […]

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IGIDR working Paper: Signaling through Public Antitrust Enforcement: A Generalization

NO : WP-2018-015 AUTHOR : Madhuparna Ganguly and Rupayan Pal TITLE : Signaling through Public Antitrust Enforcement: A Generalization ABSTRACT : This note shows that the argument of Saljanin(2017) [Saljanin, 2017. Signaling through publicantitrust enforcement, Economics Letters 169, 4 – 6] that public antitrust enforcement complements private investment is robust […]

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IGIDR Working Paper: WP-2018-012,WP-2018-013,WP-2018-14

NO : WP-2018-012 AUTHOR : Chandan Kumar TITLE :Opportunism and Hold-up in the Incomplete Public Private Partnership (PPP) Contracts ABSTRACT : Opportunism is a concern for contracts that are incomplete in the presence of bounded rationality and uncertainty. Since Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts are incomplete, are these contracts prone […]

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