Press Briefing: An economic strategy for India

8:30–9:30 am
UChicago Center in Delhi

Dec.
14

A group of economists, both from India and abroad, and both from industry and academia, will outline an economic agenda for the country over the next five years. By setting out some of the key challenges as well as outlining proposals well before the coming elections, the intent is to spur debate and discussion.

The economists are Abhijit Banerjee, Pranjul Bhandari, Sajjid Chinoy, Maitreesh Ghatak, Gita Gopinath, Amartya Lahiri, Neelkanth Mishra, Prachi Mishra, Karthik Muralidharan, Rohini Pande, Eswar Prasad, E. Somanathan, and Raghuram Rajan.

A subset of these economists will be at the meet to outline their report as well as key proposals, and answer questions.

Please click here to read the report on An Economic Strategy for India

Please click here to read the report written by Abhijit Banerjee on Healthcare.  

Please click here to read the report written by Pranjul Bhandari on Slow Pace of Infastructure Build out

Please click here to read the report written by Sajjid Chinoy on De-Risking the External Sector

Please click here to read the report written by Maitreesh Ghatak on Reforming Anti-Poverty Policies and Land Market Reform

Please click here to read the report written by Gita Gopinath and Amartya Lahiri on India's Exports

Please click here to read the report written by Neelkanth Mishra on Agricultural Reforms and Energy Reforms.

Please click here to read the report written by Prachi Mishra on Responsible Growth: Way Forward for India.

Please click here to read the report written by Karthik Muralidharan on Reforming the Indian School Education System.

Please click here to read the report written by Rohini Pande on Building an inclusive labor force to boost economic growth and reduce poverty.

Please click here to read the report written by Eswar Prasad on Financial Sector Development and Reforms.

Please click here to read the report written by Raghuram Rajan on Banking Reforms.

Please click here to read the report written by E. Somanathan on Environment Brief.