Completed Projects

From the beginning it was decided that teaching and research should go hand in hand. Besides, very soon after the School started functioning, requests started coming for undertaking research for different agencies as well as collaborative research with other academic institutions. At the same time, the faculty were encouraged to publish their own research findings in well-known journals. Thus, research has become an important part of the academic work of MSE.

Following are list of projects completed by MSE
Centre of Excellence in Environmental Economics and ENVIS Centre on Environmental Economics Coping with Pollution in India with Eco-taxes: Integrated Approach consistent with GST Regime
Ministry of Environment and Forests 2009
Cost of Adaptation to Climate Change: Concepts, Issues and Estimates for India
M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation 2009
Formulating a Policy Frame work for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific Region 2009
Handicrafts and Handloom Estimation Project
Crafts Council of India, Chennai 2010
Socio-Economic Profile of India: Enabling Activities for Preparation of India’s Second National Communication to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Issues Relating to the Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Department of Commercial Taxes, Government of Tamil Nadu 2011
Developing a Strategy and Action Plan for Accelerating Growth in Madhya Pradesh
Department for International Development, London, UK 2011
Green Economy Report: Sustainable Cities Chapter in collaboration with Urban Age Institute at the London School of Economics
United Nations Environment Programme, Geneva 2011
State Finances of Tamil Nadu: Review and Projections
Fourth State Finance Commission, Government of Tamil Nadu 2011
MSE Decision Sciences and Financial Research Lab – State Finances of Tamil Nadu: Review and Projections
GHIAL 2011