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19
Oct

Rank List for M.A. Economics Programmes 2020-22 Offered By CUTN-MSE

Rank List for M.A. Economics Programmes 2020-22 Offered By CUTN-MSE

16
Oct

Working Paper 201: Understanding the Water Crisis in India: Application of Causal Loop Modelling to Examine the Environment-Economy Interlinkage across Sectors

16
Oct

Working Paper 200: Double Burden of Malnutrition in India: Decadal Changes among Adult Men and Women

23
Sep

Webinar on Modelling the Twin-Balance Sheet Characteristics of India’s Banking Crisis by Dr. Wasim Ahmad, on 2nd OCT 2020

Date: October 2, 2020Time: 4-5 pmTitle: Modelling the Twin-Balance Sheet Characteristics of India’s Banking Crisis Abstract: In recent years, the Indian banking sector has attracted enormous attention from academia and regulators to understand the nature and causes of the banking crisis (2016), which started with the Asset Quality Review (AQR) conducted by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The AQR

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18
Sep

Webinar on Impact of COVID-19 on agricultural markets: assessing the roles of commodity characteristics, disease caseload and market reforms by Prof. J V Meenakshi, Delhi School of Economics on 25 Sep 2020

Date: 25 Sep 2020 Time: 4-5 pm  Title: Impact of COVID-19 on agricultural markets: assessing the roles of commodity characteristics, disease caseload and market reforms  Abstract: This paper assesses the impact of the spread of COVID-19 and the lockdown on wholesale prices and quantities traded in agricultural markets. We compare whether these impacts differ across non-perishable (wheat) and perishable commodities

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31
Aug

Working Paper 199: From Income to Household Welfare: Lessons from Refrigerator Ownership in India

28
Aug

MSE Invites Applications For Ph.D. Program In Economics (Full Time) For The Year 2020-21

 Admission to MSE Ph.D Program 2020 – Advertisement Admission to MSE Ph.D Program 2020 – Application Proforma

28
Aug

Working Paper 196: Inflation Targeting in the United Kingdom: Is there evidence for Asymmetric Preferences?

28
Aug

Working Paper 195: Information Theoretic Ranking of Extreme Value Returns

25
Aug

AICTE has relaxed eligibility for admission to PGDM. Candidates who have Graduation degree with Maths in Plus two (desirable) can apply. There is no need for Qualifying test scores of CAT, XAT, CMAT, ATMA, MAT, GMAT. Those interested can apply immediately. Few seats are available.