Call for applications for Ph.D Scholars and Faculty in Social Sciences for participating in the Research Methodology Workshop on “Using Large-scale Survey Data”, December 16-23, 2016.

The Society for Social and Economic Research (SSER), New Delhi is organising a training programme cum research methodology workshop on statistical and computational tools to handle large-scale survey data. The workshop will be held in New Delhi from December 16thto 23rd, 2016. Scholars currently enrolled in Ph.D. programmes in any discipline of social sciences as well as young faculty from universities, colleges and research institutes are invited to apply. Preference will be given to women candidates as well as those belonging to Scheduled Caste groups, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward classes. For details sser_annoucement  (click to download) sser_workshop_application_form  (click to…

Call for papers for the workshop on “Macroeconomics, Development and Structural Change”, Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 19 – 20, 2016.

The Research Institute for Development, Growth and Economics (RIDGE) and IIEP-BAIRES UBA-CONICET announce the call for papers for the workshop on “Macroeconomics, Development and Structural Change”, to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on December 19 and 20, 2016. The deadline for submission of the abstracts is October 15, 2016. The notification of the organizers’ decision will be made on November 1, 2016. Accepted papers must be submitted by December 1, 2016. Click here for details.

Workshop on “Diverse Regional Responses to the Global Crisis: Implications for finance and the real economy”, 24-26 January, 2015, Muttukadu, Chennai, India.

The Programme: DAY 1: January 24, 2015 (Saturday) 3:00 – 6:00 Regional Dimensions of the Global Recovery Jan Kregel (Download Presentation) Prabhat Patnaik (Download Presentation) Mario Tonveronachi (Download Note) Chair/ Discussant: Alicia Puyana DAY 2: January 25, 2015 (Sunday) 9:00 – 10:30 Transformation of Asian Finance C.P. Chandrasekhar (Download Presentation) Jayati Ghosh (Download Presentation) Chair/ Discussant: Jan Kregel 10:45 – 12:45 Finance and Democracy Chris Baker & Pasuk Phongpaichit (Download Presentation) Rizal Ramli T.M. Thomas Isaac Chair/ Discussant: Sashi Kumar 2:00 – 4:00 Deregulation and Fragility: Some examples Alicia Puyana (Download Presentation) Parthapratim Pal (Download Presentation) Andong Zhu (Download Presentation)…

Workshop on “Understanding the Nature and Implications of the Expanding Presence of India and China, with Special Reference to Asia” Organised by IDEAs and Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS)

Click for the Workshop Report The Context High and sustained growth of GDP in China and India has impacted the global economy in general and developing countries in particular in myriad ways. With regard to the impact on the developing world, the tendency to meet rapidly expanding consumption through imports has meant that developing countries are not faced only with the threat of imports from China and India, but the opportunity to export to these countries as well. Moreover, in their search for raw materials, food, energy and other intermediates to meet their rapidly increasing requirements, China and India are increasingly…

Workshop on ‘India, China and the World Economy’ Organised by IDEAs at Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24 January, 2008.

International Development Economics Associates (IDEAs) held a one day workshop on 'India, China and the World Economy' on the 24th of January, 2008 in New Delhi. The objective was to analyse the implications of the emergence of China and India as large economic powers in the Asian region for the global economy and other developing countries. Earlier activities of IDEAs had already been concerned with the questions of how to make the high growth in China and India pro-poor, better distributed and more beneficial to other developing economies. These issues became even more interesting in the context of the looming…

International Conference and Workshop on ‘Policy Perspectives on Growth, Economic Structures and Poverty Reduction’ Organised by IDEAs in partnership with the Institute of Economics, at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing and the School of Economics, Renmin University, Beijing held in Beijing, China, 3-9 June, 2007

Supported by Christian Aid, UK, UNDP, India and Action Aid, China International Development Economics Associates (IDEAs) organized a three day workshop followed by a three day international conference at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The workshop was held between 3-5th June and the conference followed between the 7-9th of June, 2007. The events were organized to focus discussions on the recent economic growth witnessed in some parts of the developing world, and its impact on economic structures and thereby on income distribution and poverty reduction. The issue is particularly relevant as the recent decades have thrown up interesting dilemmas for…

Workshop entitled ‘Financial Crime and Fragility under Financial Globalisation’, Organised by IDEAs at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India,19 - 20th December, 2005.

International Development Economics Associates (IDEAs) hosted a two day workshop on the theme of 'Financial Crime and Fragility under Financial Globalisation'. The workshop was meant for about 40 participants. The 2 day workshop was held as part of series of intensive workshops on topical themes organized by Ideas towards promoting dissemination and application of critical analysis of existing economic policy frameworks and development of heterodox tools of economic analysis appropriate for meeting the challenges of a more sustainable, participatory and equitable development process. Financial globalisation, and the wave of financial sector reform that it has generated, seeks to homogenise financial…