Dr Abhijit Sharma (School of Management, Bradford University, United Kingdom) is presenting a seminar on “Live Football and Tourism Expenditure: Match Attendance Effects in the UK”. Date: 16th August 2017 (Wednesday) Time: 4:00 pm Venue: Seminar Hall 1 Abstract We employ unconditional quantile regression with region of origin fixed effects, whereby we find that […]
Dr. Rajeswari Sengupta, Assistant Professor has been awarded a Scholarship by the RBI under their “Scholarship Scheme for Faculty Members from Academic Institutions – 2017”. This scheme aims at bringing on board scholars, who would be able to undertake and pursue critical projects successfully and thereby contribute to the Reserve […]
Date: 9th August 2017 (Wednesday) Time: 4:00 pm Venue: Seminar Hall 1 Abstract Whether currency can be efficiently provided by competitive money suppliers is arguably one of the fundamental questions in monetary theory. It is also one with practical relevance because of the emergence of multiple competing financial assets as well as competing […]
Date: 7th August 2017 Time: 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm Venue: Seminar Hall 1, IGIDR, Mumbai Dr Johannes’s bio-note.
Prof Sushanta Mallick (School of Business and Management Queen Mary University of London) is presenting a seminar on “Is financial inclusion good for bank stability? International evidence “. Date: 2nd August 2017 (Wednesday) Time: 4:30 pm Venue: Seanza Conference Hall ABSTRACT Financial inclusion has become an important public policy priority following the recent global financial […]
NO : WP-2017-010 AUTHOR :Taniya Ghosh and Soumya Bhadury TITLE : Money’s Causal Role in Exchange Rate: Do Divisia Monetary Aggregates Explain More? ABSTRACT : We investigate the predictive power of Divisia monetary aggregates in explaining exchange rate variations for India, Israel, Poland, UK and the US, in the years leading […]
NO : WP-2017-009 AUTHOR :Sanika Sulochani Ramanayake & Chandana Shrinath Wijetunga TITLE : Rethinking the Development of Post-War Sri Lanka Based on the Singapore Model ABSTRACT : This study explores three major points, namely, Singapore’s development process, Singapore’s model of economic development, and the economic challenges of post-war Sri Lanka. This […]
Mr. Jai Mohan Pandit will be required to travel US, to visit some of the best Universities for two weeks, to understand the functioning of US University’s academic administration and human resource systems.His visit to US will enable him to obtain additional knowledge in the field of academic administration and […]