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Sixteenth Annual Conference on Macroeconomics and Finance

The Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) invites submissions of research papers in money and finance for its 16th Annual Conference on Macroeconomics and Finance on December 19 and 20, 2016. The objective of the Conference is to bring together scholars, who are engaged in quality research in the […]

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Integrated Model of Computable General Equilibrium and Social Cost Benefit Analysis of an Indian Oil Refinery: Future Projections and Macroeconomic Effects

NO : WP-2016-024 AUTHOR :  Shovan Ray, A. Ganesh Kumar, Sumana Chaudhuri TITLE :  Integrated Model of Computable General Equilibrium and Social Cost Benefit Analysis of an Indian Oil Refinery: Future Projections and Macroeconomic Effects ABSTRACT :  Social Cost Benefit Analysis has long been used as a useful tool to appraise and […]

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IGIDR Working Paper:Differential Impacts of Currency Undervaluation on Growth and Exports in Natural Resource vs. Manufacturing Exporting Countries

NO : WP-2016-023 AUTHOR :  Sanika Sulochani Ramanayake & Keun Lee TITLE :  Differential Impacts of Currency Undervaluation on Growth and Exports in Natural Resource vs. Manufacturing Exporting Countries ABSTRACT :  In the existing literature, we find a huge debate on the impact of exchange rate undervaluation (depreciation) on growth […]

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IGIDR Working Paper : Abductive Reasoning in Macroeconomics

NO : WP-2016-022 AUTHOR :  Ashima Goyal TITLE :  Abductive Reasoning in Macroeconomics ABSTRACT :  Macroeconomic analytical frameworks change with events they are unable to explain. The process is closer to abductive reasoning that is based on both events and analysis, unlike induction which is data-based and deduction where analysis […]

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IGIDR Working Paper: PICKING THE WINNER: MEASRUING URBAN SUSTAINABILITY IN INDIA

NO: WP-2016-021 AUTHOR:B.Sudhakara Reddy and Arpit Tiwari TITLE:  PICKING THE WINNER: MEASRUING URBAN SUSTAINABILITY IN INDIA ABSTRACT :  This study provides a snapshot of the sustainability of selected Indian cities by employing 57 indicators in four dimensions to develop an overall city sustainability index. In recent years, its complexity has […]

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Seminar: Marketing capability and stock returns

Prof. Harminder Singh of Deakin University is giving a talk on Tuesday, 16th August in Seminar Hall 1 at 2:30 p.m. The title of his talk is: “Marketing capability and stock returns”. A brief abstract is given below. Abstract:  We find that firms’ marketing capability – the ability to deploy marketing resources to achieve […]

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