Thursday, July 09, 2009

India Policy Forum: 2009 conference

There are very few good economics conferences in India, and NCAER runs two of them. It is an attempt at using some of the process design of the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, in collaboration with the Brookings Institution, in trying to get a bigger flow of interesting research on the Indian economy. This initiative is a few years old and has made some headway. Here are the materials of the 2009 IPF conference.

5 comments:

  1. How come this is a closed forum? Are there any open conferences coming up?

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  2. IPF is by invitation only.

    I am not aware of any good quality `open conference'. But it never hurts to write email to the conference organiser, introduce yourself and describe yourself, and request an opportunity to attend. Generally, if they have room, they'll take you in.

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  3. Ajay, the link is broken now, earlier it was accessible.
    This also highlights the possibility of NCAER to try and learn something from NBER.

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  4. Dear Ajay,

    I am not able to access the link. The screen remains blank and no message also appears. Would it be possible to put the presentation in a pdf ?

    Regards,
    Sritanu

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  5. Thank You Ajay. I am now able to access all the working papers.

    Regards,
    Sritanu

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