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C Veeramani  

 

 

Education :

Ph.D (Economics), Jawaharlal Nehru University (CDS Trivandrum), 2002.

 

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International Trade and Investment, Industrial Economics.

 

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    Journal Articles
  • C. Veeramani “Capital Goods Imports, Knowledge Spillovers and Income Growth”, Journal of Economic Integration, forthcoming.
  • C. Veeramani (2012) “Anatomy of India’s Merchandise Export Growth, 1993-94 to 2010-11”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLVII (1), pp 94-104.
  • C. Veeramani and Gordhan Kumar Saini (2011) “Impact of ASEAN-India Preferential Trade Agreement on Plantation Commodities: A Simulation Analysis”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLVI, March 5, 2011, pp 83-92.
  • C. Veeramani (2009), “Trade Barriers, Multinational Involvement and Intra-Industry Trade: Panel Data Evidence from India”, Applied Economics (Routledge), Vol 41, Issue, 20, pp 2541-2553, September.
  • C. Veeramani (2008), “Impact of Exchange Rate Appreciation on India’s Exports”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLIII, No. 2, May 31-June 6 (Refereed), pp 10-14.
  • C. Veeramani (2007) “Sources of India’s Export Growth in Pre-and-Post Reform Periods”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLII, No 25, June 23-29, pp 2419-2427 (also in Pulapre Balakrishnan (ed) “Economic Reforms and Growth in India”, Readings on the Economy, Polity and Society, EPW and Orient BlackSwan, 2011).
  • C. Veeramani (2007), “Industry-Specific Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade in India” Indian Economic Review, Vol XXXXII, No. 2, July-December, pp 211-229.
  • C. Veeramani and B N Goldar (2005) “Manufacturing Productivity in Indian States: Does Investment Climate Matter?” Economic and Political Weekly, Vol 40, No 24, June 11 (Refereed Special Article), pp 2413-2420.
  • C. Veeramani (2004) “Growing Intra-Industry Trade in Manufacturing: Implications for Policy” Economic and Political Weekly, October 9, pp 4556-4559.
  • C. Veeramani (2002), “Intra-Industry Trade of India: Trends and Country-Specific Factors”, Review of World Economics/ Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv (Springer-Verlag), Vol.138, No. 3. Kiel Institute of World Economics, pp, 509-533.
  • C. Veeramani (1999), “Intra-Industry Trade under Economic Liberalization: The Case of Indian Capital Goods Industries”, Journal of Indian School of Political Economy, Vol. 11, No. 3, July.

  • Papers in Edited Volumes
  • C. Veeramani (2012) “The ‘Miracle’ Still Waiting to Happen: Performance of India’s Manufactured Exports in Comparison to China, in S.Mahendra Dev (ed.) India Development Report 2012-13, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp 132 – 150.
  • C. Veeramani and Gordhan K Saini (2011) “India’s Export Sophistication in a Comparative Perspective”, in D M Nachane (ed.) India Development Report 2011, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
  • C. Veeramani (2009), “Specialization Patterns under Trade Liberalization: Evidence from India and China”, in Natalia Dinello and Wang Shaoguang (ed.) “China, India and Beyond: Development Drivers and Limitations”, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • C. Veeramani (2008) “India and China: Changing Patterns of Comparative Advantage?” in R Radhakrishna (ed.) India Development Report 2008, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2008.
  • Arvind Virmani, B N Goldar and C. Veeramani and V Bhat (2006) “Impact of Tariff Reforms on Indian Industry: Assessment based on a Multi-sector Econometric Model”, in Arvind Virmani, Propelling India from Socialist Stagnation to Global Power (Volume 2, Chapter 7), Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2006.
  • Vertical Specialisation, Trade Integration and Business Cycle Synchronisation
  • India’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment
  • Extensive and Intensive Margins in Trade
  • India’s Manufacturing Sector Performance
  • Trade and Female Labour Market Outcomes
  • Exchange Rates and Pass Through
  • Production Fragmentation and International Trade
 
  • Applied International Trade