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Badri N. Gopalakrishnan



个人简介

英迪拉·甘地发展研究学院(IGIDR)博士。Badri研究领域,涉及国际贸易、计量经济、产业经济、农业经济、环境经济和劳动力经济,以及生产率和一般均衡分析与模拟。擅长软件有GEMPACK、Stata、SAS、GAMs、R。2003-2005年博士期间,担任IGIDR计量经济学与环境发展经济学的教学与研究助理。2006年在ICRIER,担任印度政府汽车行业项目的首席科学家;2007年至今,任职普度大学全球贸易分析中心经济研究师,作为研究骨干,参与生成多期GTAP数据集,承接20余项来自于世界银行、UN、USITC、USDA、加拿大、欧盟、印度、WHO等机构资助的相关咨询项目,并提供全球经济分析的短期与学期培训课程。其中GTAP v7数据集就发布以来,引用次数达万次以上,之后还发布GTAP v8和GTAP v9数据集。Badri发表论文30余篇,引用近1000次,同时还担任15种国际期刊的审稿人,受邀参与多达50多次国际会议与研讨会议。


Professional Experience

•   2007-present Research Economist at Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University, West Lafayette: Leading member of a team that manages the production of global economic datasets and models used by thousands of researchers/analysts across the world: GTAP (Global Trade Analysis Project) Data Base; Principal Investigator in funded/independent research and consulting projects; Teaching in short courses on Global Economic Analysis as well as full semester courses; Extremely Successful on multiple fronts - methodological innovations in data/models, immensely respected publication record as well as policy research/consulting activities and highly commended management style that involved tangible time- bound outputs with coordination among hundreds of researchers across the world, many of whom contributed on volunteering basis.

•   2015-present Visiting ScientistCenter for International Trade in Forestry, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington Seattle.

•   2015-present Consulting EconomistMcKinsey Global Institute Center for Economic Research: Pursuing a few projects for capacity development in the area of economic modelling.

•   2014 Adjunct Professor of Economics at College of Business, Purdue University, Calumet : Taught a full- semester, three credit course on International Economics to Undergraduate Seniors in the College of Business.

•   2006-2007 Fellow at Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi, India: Served as Principal Investigator in research projects, mainly on auto industry for the Government of India.

•   2005-2006 Teaching and Research Assistant in Econometrics atIGIDR1, Mumbai, India

•   2003-2005 Teaching and Research Assistant in Environmental and Development Economics at IGIDR, Mumbai, India: Co-ordinator of research projects for Governments of Maharashtra (Pollution Control Board: State of the Environment in Maharashtra) and India (Planning Commission: Maharashtra Development Report); Lecturer of a course module on environmental economics.

•   2002 Assistant Production Manager at DGM Textiles, Tirupur, India: In-Charge of Production of a new unit involved in manufacturing knitwear exported to EU, US and Canada, reporting to the CEO of the company.

Teaching Experience

•   Fall 2014: ECON 43400: International Trade at Purdue University Calumet.

•   Spring 2015: Research Guide for a course on Data Visualization for MS Data Science students at Indiana University Bloomington, for two groups of students, to visualize trade data.

•   2007-present: Faculty at the Annual Short Courses on Global Economics Analysis at Purdue University (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2015), UNESCAP, Bangkok (2009), UNECA, Ethiopia (2011), George Mason University, USA (2012) and Bahcesehir University, Turkey (2013).

•   2011 and 2013: Guest Lecturer in the course on Applied General Equilibrium Analysis offered by Prof. Tom Hertel in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University (AGEC 618). 


•   2007-present: Co-developer of and lecturer in the courses onContributing Input-Output Tables to GTAP at Purdue University (2007) and Finland Ministry of Economic Affairs, Helsinki (2008) and UNECA, Ethiopia (2011).

•   2005-06: Teaching Assistant, Econometric Aplications course taught to the graduate students at IGIDR

•   2004-05: Taught a module on Environmental Economics to the graduate students at IGIDR

•   Spring 2015: IND 701/15b: International Agricultural Trade and Policies. Bakke Graduate University, Seattle, Washington (Offered Online).

•   Spring 2015: International Economics. Amrita School of Business, Coimbatore, India (Offered Online).

•   December 2014: Lectures on Computable General Equilibrium Modeling, Quality Improvement Workshop, Indian Institute of technology, Kanpur (Offered Online)

•   October 2014: Friday University Course on Inter-disciplinary Approaches to regional Economic Development, Purdue University Calumet. 

Board  Memberships  and other  pro-bono/Honoroary  Appointments

2015-present AdvisorARTNeT (Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bankgkok, Thailand

2015-present Honorary MemberFARF (Fundamental Action and Research Network), Bangalore, India.

2014-present Member, Board of Directors and Vice-President, Finance and Fund-raisingYoung Professionals Chronic Diseases Network, Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Boston, Massachusetts.

2014-present Member, International Advisory BoardGovernment and economic Integration through Free Trade Agreements (GIFTA), Economic and Social Research Institute, London, United Kingdom.

2014-present Contributing WriterMarketExpress Blog, Mumbai, India.

2013-present FellowSouth Asian Network of Economic Modeling, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  2006-07, Participating MemberSteering Committee for Industry, Eleventh Plan, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi, India.

Educational Qualifications

•   2006-07: Ph.D. in Economics, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research(IGIDR), Mumbai. 3

•   2002: Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Textile Technology, PSG College of Technology4, Coimbatore.

Areas of Interest: Agricultural Economics, Health Economics, Applied Econometrics/Time series, Data Mining, De- mand Analysis, International Trade, Industrial Economics, Labor Economics, Productivity Analysis, Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) and simulation modeling, Environmental Economics, Developmen, Network Science.


Areas of Expertise within Applied Econometrics: Panel Data Analysis (Fixed/Random Effects, Dynamic Panel, Panel Tobit, etc.), Time-Series Analysis, Stochastic Frontier Analysis, Data Envelopment Analysis, Demand Systems (Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand Systems, Dynamic Linear Logit, etc.), Seemingly Unrelated Regressions (SUR - Panel and cross-section), Discrete choice and censored regression models, Gravity models (Pseudo-Poisson Maximum Like- lihood), Time Series (Unit roots, causality, co-integration, VAR, VECM, panel time series, etc.) and application of econometric estimates in CGE and simulation models.

Research Profile: Summary

•   Number of Refereed Publications (including reviews): 50 in journals such as Energy EconomicsEconomic ModellingApplied Economics,Applied Economics LettersInformation Technology and manage- mentEngineering Design Graphics Journal and Economic and Political Weekly; Books: 5;

•   Google Scholar Citations from all publications: 1000; h-index:10; i10-index: 10. Citations appeared in outlets such as American Economic Review, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, The Economist, Nature, Economic and Political Weekly, Swarajya, The Hindu, Indian Express, etc.

•   Citations for GTAP Data Base5 from 2009 after the publication of version 7 by Narayanan and Walmsley, 2008: 7500+

•   Peer reviewer for 15 international journals, editorial board member for two of them

•   42 presentations/papers in international conferences/proceedings; 33 more in workshops and invited seminars

•   Sole/Joint Principal Investigator for 30 projects. 

Fellowships and Academic/Other Honours

•   Fellowship (2002-2007) to pursue PhD from Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research,Mumbai

•   Fellowship with an invitation to participate in the ‘Meeting with Nobel Laureates in Economics’ at Lindau, Germany, during 1-4, September 2004, for research discussion with 11 Nobel Laureates in Economics (Awarded to two PhD students from India, based on rigorous tests and interviews).

•   Fellowship to pursue a course titled ‘South Asia Short Course on Global Trade Analysis’ held from 28th November 2005 for three months, organized by Purdue University, USA.

•   Listed as a member of International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, among the ”Leading Professionals of the World 2013”.

•   Listed in the 26th, 27th and 28th Editions of Marquis Whots Who in the World (2009, 2010 and 2011)

•   Listed in 2008-09 Honors Edition of Madison’s Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals.

•   2015 IATRC (International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium) Meetings: One among the four commissioned papers on Trade Policy, selected based on a worldwide competition.

•   Multiple grants for presenting papers/seminars/lectures in 18 countries across the world: Australia, Belgium, Chile, China, Ethiopia, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Senegal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey and USA.  

Consulting Assignments

2015-present Consultant at Food and Agricultural Organisation, Rome: Pursued a research project on Russia’s food import bans.

2014-2015 Consultant at International Institute of Sustainable Development, Canada: Pursued research projects on modeling the pluril-lateral trade agreements.

2014-present Consultant at International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva: Pursued a research project on modeling the role of tariffs in global manufacturing sectors.

2014-present Consultant at World Health Organisation, Geneva: Pursued research projects in the area of tobacco control policy modeling and presented in a workshop in WHO-Geneva.

2012-present Short-Term Consultant at The World Bank Group, Washington DC : Presented in a World Bank work- shop in India on environmental policy tools and models; Pursued research projects worth about USD 500,000 in the areas of modeling water scarcity and agri-business sector in India and rest of South Asia as well as developing models and datasets to address many economic issues in African countries.

2012-present Consultant at The European Commission, Brussels: Pursued several research projects worth about USD 300,000 in the areas of modeling of EU-Andean trade pact, development of datasets and models of public procurement, domestic support, etc.

2012 Consultant at Price WaterHouse Coopers, Germany : Provided consulting services to perform a model development to analyze the energy market deregulation in Turkey.  

Short-term Visiting Positions

•   June 2015 Visiting Researcher at Center of Policy Studies, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

•   June 2015 Visiting Researcher at European Commission - DG Trade, Brussels

•   May-June 2015 Visiting Researcher at European Commission- Joint Research Center, Institute for Prospective Technologies and Standards (IPTS), Seville

•   November 2014 Visiting Researcher at World Health Organization, Geneva

•   August 2014 Visiting Researcher at World Bank, Washington DC

•   May 2014 Visiting Researcher at Center for WTO Studies, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, India

•   October 2013 and March 2014 Visiting Researcher at Center for Environmental and Resources Economics, Umea, Sweden.

•   September-October 2013 Visiting Researcher at International Trade Center, Geneva, Switzerland

•   August 2013 Visiting Faculty at the Annual Short Course on Global Economic Analysis at Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey

•   August 2012 Visiting Faculty at the Annual Short Course on Global Economic Analysis at George Mason University, USA

•   April 2011 Visiting Faculty at the Annual Short Course on Global Economic Analysis at United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

•   August 2009 Visiting Faculty at the Annual Short Course on Global Economic Analysis at United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asian and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand

•   December 2008 Visiting Researcher at Research Institute for Economics and Business Administration, Kobe University, Japan.

•   June 2008 Visiting Faculty at the Course on Input-Output Tables atGovernment Institute of Economic Research (VATT), Helsinki, Finland

•   Provided consultancy services and pro-bono technical advice to several clients including the World Bank, Price- WaterHouse Coopers, United Nations (UNCTAD, ILO), US Federal governmental agencies (e.g. USITC, USDA), Canadian government (Statistics Canada, Environment Canada), the European Commission, the World Health Organisation, Governmental agencies and research organizations in India (e.g. NMCC, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Prasar Bharati, NCAER, IIFT, ICRIER, Madras School of Economics.).

Professional Memberships

International Input Output Association: 2015 - Present

Association of Scientists of Indian Origin in America (ASIOA): 2015 - Present Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): 2014 - Present Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA): 2011 - Present American Economic Association (AEA): 2011 - Present

International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium (IATRC): 2011 - Present The Indian Econometric Society (TIES): 2004 - 2006.

Papers in Refereed Journals

1.   Narayanan, Badri G., Sachin Kumar Sharma and Mohammad RazzaqueforthcomingAn Analysis of Trade ariff Reductions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for the Indian Economy Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research.

2.  Vijay Rajmohan and Narayanan, Badri G. forthcomingCGE Modelling of Trade Policy Issues in India” A Survey Review of Development and Change.

3.   Amlan Ray and Narayanan, Badri G. forthcomingIndia’s Services Trade: In the Perspective of RTAs with ASEAN Review of Development and Change.

4.  Narayanan, Badri G., Sachin Kumar Sharma and Mohammad RazzaqueforthcomingAn Analysis of Trade ariff Reductions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for the Indian Economy Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research.

5.   Narayanan, Badri G. and Sachin Kumar Sharma (2016). An Analysis of Tariff Reductions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for the Indian Economy Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research 10(1): 1-34.

6.  Prity Sinha, Brinda Viswanathan and Badri Narayanan (2015). Financial Market and Growth: Evidence from post-reforms IndiaCogent Economics and Finance 3(1).

7.   Britz, Wolfgang, Perez, Ignacio and G. Badri Narayanan (2015).Analyzing Results from Large-Scale Agricultural Economic Simulation Model Results: Recent Progress and the Way AheadGerman Journal of Agricultural Economics 64(2): 107-119.

8.  Huang, Cheng-kui, Ting-Yi Chang and G. Badri Narayanan (2015), Mining the Change of Customer Behavior in Dynamic MarketsInformation Technology and Management:16(2):117-138.

9.  Steinbucks, Jevgenijs and G. Badri Narayanan. (2015) Fossil FuelProducing Economies have Greater Potential for Inter-fuel Substitution,Energy Economics 47: 168-77.

10.   Narayanan, Badri G. (2014) Can Mergers be Useful to Face Trade Liberalisation?: The Role of TechnologyJournal of Quantitative Economics 12(2).

11.    Narayanan, G Badri and Sangeeta Khorana (2014). Tariff Escalation, Export Shares and Economy-wide Welfare: A Computable General Equilibrium Approach Economic Modelling, 41: 109-118.

12.   Narayanan, Badri G. and Rungta, Vasundhara (2014). Export Subsidy Reforms and Productivity Improvements: The Case of Indian Textile and Clothing Sector Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research8(3): 327-52.

13.   Mirza, Tasneem, Badri Narayanan G and Nico van Leeuwen (2014).Impact of Chinese Growth and Trade on Labor in Developed Countries,Economic Modelling 38: 522-32.

14.   Narayanan, G Badri and Pankaj Vashisht (2013). Indian Auto Industry: A Global Hub in Making?Review of Development and Change, 18(2), June-December.

15.   Chandramouli, M, G Badri Narayanan and Gary Bertoline (2013). A Graphics Design Framework to Visualize Multi-dimensional Economic DatasetsEngineering Design Graphics Journal 77(3): 1-14.

16.   Walmsley, TL., Angel Aguiar and G. Badri Narayanan (2013). A Global Dataset of Input-Output Tables Linked by International Trade and Policy DataThe Journal of Life Cycle Assesment, Japan 9(2): 76-83.

17.   Narayanan, G. Badri., Hertel, Thomas W. and Horridge,J. Mark (2010).Disaggregated Data and Trade Policy Analysis: The Value of Linking Partial and General Equilibrium ModelsEconomic Modelling 27(3): 755-66.

18.   Narayanan, Badri G. Thomas W. Hertel and Mark Horridge (2010).Linking Partial and General Equilibrium Models: A GTAP Application using TASTE GTAP Technical Paper No: 29, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University,USA, older series of Journal of Global Economic Analysis, Ideas REPEC Impact Factor: 12.

19.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2010),Long-run Relationship between Output, Capital, Labour and Productivity: Evidence from Indian Textile Sector inApplied Economics, 42(6): 759-68


20.  Narayanan, G.Badri (2008), Effects of Phasing out of MFA Quotas on Indian Garment Exports in Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, 8(1): 71-93.

21.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2007), Effect of Mergers on Firm Profits with Trade Liberalisation: The Role of Technology

in Applied Economics Letters 14(8): 607-610.

22.  Narayanan, G.Badri (2006), Effects of Trade Liberalisation on Firm Profits and Social Welfare: The Role of TechnologyApplied Economics Letters 13(1):63-66.

23.  Narayanan, G.Badri (2005), Exchange Rate, Productivity and Exports: The Case of Indian Textile Sector in The Journal of Indian School of Political Economy 17(4):657-678.

24.  Narayanan, G.Badri and Gopal V. (2001) Garment Exports -A Mission With Vision in Journal of Textile Association, March. 

Other Refereed Papers/Book Chapters

1.   Roman Keeney, Badri Narayanan and Ernesto Valenzuela forthcoming.The Global Trade Analysis ProjectˆaA˘Z´s (GTAP) Database and CGE Model as a Tool for Agricultural and Environmental Economic Analysis, In Ed. Ariel, Computable General Equilibrium Modeling of Agricultural Policies. World Scientific Publishers, USA.

2.  Pratima Pandey and Narayanan, Badri G. forthcomingAssessment of Impact of Food Safety Measures on Exports: A Gravity and CGE Analysis focusing on India. In Ed. Somesh Mathur Empirical Issues in International Trade Policy Research. Palgrave MacMillan Publishers, New Delhi.

3.   Narayanan, Badri G. (2016). Global Economic Burden of Chronic Diseases: An Economic Analysis. Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington DC.

4.  Narayanan, Badri G. (2016). Computable General Equilibrium Modeling in Trade Policy: An Introduction and Recent Developments. In Ed. Somesh Mathur Methods and Applications in Trade Policy Research. Palgrave MacMillan Publishers, New Delhi.

5.   Narayanan, G. Badri and Singh, Harsha Vardhana and Ciuriak, Dan. (2016) Quantifying Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Spillovers on India. Chapter 4 in Ed. Harsha Vardhana Singh TPP and India: Implications of Mega-regionals for Developing Economies New Delhi: Wisdom Tree, 2016. Pp 133-197.. Available at SSRN: http //ssrn.com/abstract = 2680185 http ://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2680185

6.  Narayanan, G. Badri and Singh, Harsha Vardhana and Ciuriak, Dan. (2016) Quantifying Mega-Regional Trade Agreements:A Review of Models. Chapter 3 in Ed. Harsha Vardhana Singh TPP and India: Implications of Mega-regionals for Developing Economies New Delhi: Wisdom Tree, 2016. Pp 103-132.

7.   Badri Narayanan G. (2016). Natural Solutions to Environmental Issues: The Case of Indian Textile Sector, In Ed. K S Kavi Kumar and S Shanmugam, Environment and Development: Essays in Honor of Professor U. Shankar, Sage Publishers, New Delhi.

8.  Narayanan, Badri G., Sachin Sharma and Mohammad Razzaque (2016).Trade Facilitation in the Commonwealth. International Trade Working Paper and Background paper for the Flagship report of the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK.

9.  Mesa-Arango, R, Narayanan, Badri G., Sadri, A., Qian. X and Satish Ukkusuri (2016). Evolution of the Com- monwealth Trade Network: Hubs, Criticality and Global Value Chains. International Trade Working Paper and Background paper for the Flagship report of the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK.

10.   Narayanan, G. Badri (2014). CGE-based Analysis of Trade Policies: Capturing the “Devil” in the Details, In Ed. Gouranga Das, Current Issues in International Trade: Methodologies and Development Implications for the World Economy. Nova Science Publishers, USA.

11.    Walmsley, TL., Angel Aguiar and G. Badri Narayanan (2013).Introduction to Global Trade Analysis Project and Data Base, In Ed. Manfred Lenzen and Joy Murray, The Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Common Ground Publishers and The University Press at Urbana Champaign, Illinois, USA.

12.   Narayanan, Badri G. (2013). Trade and Environment. Dissemination Paper No: 24. Center for Excellence in Environmental Economics (Sponsored by Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, Madras School of Economics, India.

13.   Francois, Joseph., Badri Narayanan, Hanna Norberg, Guido Porto and Terrie Walmsley (2012). Assessing the Economic Impact of the Trade Agreement Between the European Union and Signatory Countries of the Andean Community (Columbia and Peru). Project Report published by the Directorate General of Trade, European Commissionunder Framework Contract TRADE10/A2/A16 and Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, July.

14.   Narayanan, Badri G. and Pankaj Vashisht (2011). Impact of Foreign Investment on Indian Auto Industry in eds. Shahid Ashraf and Shahid Ahmed. Regional and Multilateral Trade in Developing Countries, Routledge India, London. pp 294-323.

15.   Narayanan, G.Badri and Pankaj Vashisht (2008) Determinants of Competitiveness of Indian Auto Industry, ICRIER Working Paper No: 201, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi.

16.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2008) Indian Textile and Apparel Sector: Performance, Employment and Demand In Ed. R.Radhakrishna, India Development Report: 2008, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp. 157-77.

17.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2007) Pollution Control by the Natural Dyes, In Ed. Nirmal Sengupta, Economic Studies of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge, Academic Foundation in association with Indian Economic Association Trust for Research Development, New Delhi, pp. 251-82.

18.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2008) Indian Textile and Apparel Sector: an Analysis of Aspects Related to Domestic Supply and Demand In Eds. UNESCAP, Unveiling protectionism: regional responses to remaining barriers in the texties and clothing trade, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Bangkok, pp. 129-56.

19.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2005) An analysis of environmental impacts of the renewable natural dyes in the Indian textile industry, In Ed. R. Dayanandan, Sustainable Development: Opportunities and Challanges, Serial Publications, New Delhi, pp. 370-405.  

Book  Reviews/Commentaries  in  Refereed Journals

1.   Narayanan, G. Badri (2011), The Political Economy of Work by David Spencer, Journal of Economic Issues, 45(1): 254-5.

2.  Narayanan, G.Badri (2005) A note on Labour Flexibility debate in India inEconomic and Political Weekly, September 26- October 1.

3.   Narayanan, G.Badri (2005) Questions on Textile Industry Competitiveness in Economic and Political Weekly, February 26-March 4. 

Books

1.   Narayanan, G. Badri (forthcoming) Economic and Environmental Issues in Indian Textile Industry, Springer Pub- lishers, USA.

2.  Narayanan, G.Badri, Angel Aguiar and Robert McDougall, Editors. (2015).Global Trade, Assistance, and Pro- duction: The GTAP 9 Data Base, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University.

3.   Narayanan, G.Badri, Angel Aguiar and Robert McDougall, Editors. (2012). Global Trade, Assistance, and Pro- duction: The GTAP 8 Data Base, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University.

4.  Narayanan, G.Badri and Pankaj Vashisht (2011). Determinants of Competitiveness of Indian Auto Industry, Lam- bert Academic Publishing, Germany.

5.   Narayanan, G.Badri and Terrie L. Walmsley, Editors (2008). GlobalTrade, Assistance, and Production: The GTAP 7 Data Base, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University. 

Papers under Review

1.   Narayanan, Badri and Naveen Kadasala. International Trade Regulations on BPA: Global Health and Economic Implications, submitted to Health Affairs.

2.  Narayanan, G Badri and Pankaj Vashisht. The Structure of Indian Automotive Industry: How Different are the Organised and Unorganised Sectors?, submitted to Review of Development and Change.

3.   Narayanan, G Badri and Sachin Sharma. An Analysis of Tariff Reductions in Trans-Pacific Partnership: Impli- cations for Indian Economy, submitted to Margin: The Journal of Applied Economics, currently available as working paper no:14 of the Centre for WTO Studies, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, India, June 2014.

4.  Narayanan, Badri G. Implications of History for the Current Policies and Industrial Structure: The Case of Indian Textile Sector, Submitted toEconomic and Political Weekly.

5.   Golub, Alla and G. Badri Narayanan. Global Economic Impact of Russia’s Food Import Bans, Submitted to Food Policy.

6.  Khorana, Sangeeta and G. Badri Narayanan. Trade Liberalisation through Bilateral Agreements: Analysis of the proposed European Union-India Free Trade Agreement, Submitted to Journal of South Asian Economies.

7.   Patri, Rojalin, G. Badri Narayanan and Sangeetha Gunasekar Trade and Access to Credit in Import Destinations: Evidence from India’s Exports to Africa, Submitted to International Trade Journal.

8.  Khorana, Sangeeta, Manitra Rokotoarisoa and G. Badri Narayanan.Examining Trade Liberalization-Labor Pro- ductivity Nexus: The Case of Sub Saharan Africa, Submitted to Journal of African Economies

9.  Mesa Arango, Rodrigo, G. Badri Narayanan and Satish Ukkusuri. The Impact of International Crises on Maritime Transportation Based Global Value Chains, Submitted to Network and Spatial Economics  

Papers in Progress

Narayanan, Badri G., Vinayak Prasad, Anne-Marie Perucic and Shakhnoza Djureva. Employment Implications of Tobacco Control in Kenya.  Work in Progress.

Escobar, Neus, Badri Narayanan and Wallace Tyner. Global Land Use Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions due to Recent European Biofuel Policies, Draft ready for submission.

Pichot, Xavier, Mondher Mimouni, G. Badri Narayanan and Janine Pelikan.Constructing a Globally Consistent Tariff Dataset. Work in Progress.

Pichot, Xavier, Mondher Mimouni and G. Badri Narayanan.  Utilization of Tariff Preferences.  Work in  Progress.

Narayanan, Badri G., Houssein Guimbard, Kenichi Kawasaki and Arata Kuno.Tariff Concessions in East Asia: A CGE Analysis, Work in Progress.

Narayanan, Badri G., Rahul Sen and Sadhana Srivastava. Can India Plug into Asian International Production Networks through RTAs?, Work in Progress.

Narayanan, Badri G. and Kausik Chaudhuri. Determinants of Efficiency of Unorganized Sector in a Developing Economy: Evidence from Indian textile Sector, Draft ready to be  submitted.

Narayanan, Badri G. and Kausik Chaudhuri. Trade Liberalisation, Environmental and Labour Regulations: Impact on Employment in a Developing Economy, Draft ready to be submitted.

Narayanan, Badri G. and Nelson Villoria. Global Agricultural Supply Shocks and Price Volatility: The Role of Specific Tariffs, Work in progress.

Narayanan, Badri G. and Terrie Walmsley. The Role of Labor Standards in International Trade: The Case of Child Labor

Work in progress.

Narayanan, Badri G., Terrie Walmsley, Angel Aguiar and Robert McDougall.Reconciling Global and Regional Datasets from Multiple Sources: The Case of GTAP Data Base Construction, Work in  progress.

Krishnamurthy, Chandra Kiran and Badri Narayanan. An Investigation into Employment Growth in Indian Manufac- turing, Work in Progress.

McDougall, Robert and G. Badri Narayanan. Total Requirement Coefficients and Decomposition of Effects in CGE Model Simulations, Work in Progress.

Narayanan, G Badri. Tax Policy Implications of Demand Elasticities: Evidence from Demand for Textiles in India Draft Ready for Submission.

Narayanan, Badri G. and Chakravarthy, Sumathi L. Using Economic Demand Elasticity to Improve Recommendation Systems. Work in Progress.

Ray, Amlan, Badri Narayanan and Sangeetha Gunashekhar. Import Content of Exports: Evidence from Firm-level Data in India. Draft Ready for Submission to an International Conference

Patri, Rojalin, Badri Narayanan and Sangeetha Gunashekhar. Trade and Access to Credit in Import Destinations: Evidence from India’s Exports to Africa, Draft Ready for Submission to an International  Conference

Mitra, Amlan and Badri Narayanan. Corporate Governance, Audit and Firm Performance. Draft accepted for presen- tation at IJEB Conference at Denver, December 2014.

Narayanan, G. Badri. International Trade Policies and Sustainability of Nano-Textiles. Work in Progress Narayanan, G. Badri.  Global Trends in Exports of Technical and Industrial Textiles.  Work in  Progress

Sponsored Research Projects

1.   Principal Investigator (2016): Development of Global CGE Dataset with new IO tables of selected African countries, by the World Bank (USD 20,000)

2.  Co-Principal Investigator (2016): Public Procurement Regulations in the EU Trade Partners, by the European Commission (with Sangeeta Khorana) (USD 100,000)

3.   Co-Principal Investigator (2015): Domestic Support in Developing Countries, by the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium (with Roman Keeney) (USD 35,000)

4.  Co-Principal Investigator (2015): Development of a new GTAP-based trade-FDI model and dataset for Canada, by the Department of Foreign Trade and Development, Government of Canada (with Charles Xiao) (USD 20,000)

5.   Co-Principal Investigator (2015-2016): Growth, Climate Change and the Role of Water in the South Asian Econ- omy: A General Equilibrium Modeling Approach: Phase II, by the World Bank (with Thomas Hertel and Farzad Taheripour) (USD 150,000)

6.  Principal Investigator (2015): Regional Economic Impact of New Biorefinery Production in Western Oregon and Washington, by University of Washington Seattle. (USD 15,000)

7.   Principal Investigator (2015): Productivity and Investment Gaps in Indian Agri-business sectors, by World Bank. (USD 26500)

8.  Principal Investigator (2015): Study on Global Economic Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases, by Woodrow Wilson Center of International Affairs. (USD 1000)

9.  Principal Investigator (2015): Study on Directed and Targeted Subsidies for Tobacco Growing and Trade-Decoupled Subsidies, by World Health Organisation, Geneva. (USD 15,000)

10.   Co-Principal Investigator (2015): Analysis of Economic Impact of Russia’s Import Bans, by the Food and Agricul- tural Organisaion, Rome, Italy. (USD 25,000)

11.    Principal Investigator (2015): Quantifying the Impact of Trade Facilitation on the Commonwealth, by the Com- monwealth Secretariat, London, UK. (USD 10,000)

12.   Principal Investigator (2014): Modelling the Trade Policies of Tobacco Control, by World Health Organisation, Geneva. (USD 10,000)

13.   Principal Investigator (2014): Long-run Implications of Pluri-lateral Trade Negotiations on India, by Department For International Development (DFID), UK and International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD), Canada. (USD 7000)

14.   Principal Investigator (2014): Choice of a dynamic model to analyse the long-run Implications of Pluri-lateral Trade Negotiations, by Department For International Development (DFID), UK and International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD), Canada. (USD 3000)

15.   Co-Principal Investigator (2014-2016): Public Procurement: Data Base Extension and Modelling Modifications for Analysis, by the European Commission (with Thomas Hertel, Angel Aguiar, Robert McDougall and Joseph Francois) (USD 200,000)

16.   Co-Principal Investigator (2014-2015): Growth, Climate Change and the Role of Water in the South Asian Economy: A General Equilibrium Modeling Approach, by the World Bank (with Thomas Hertel and Farzad Taheripour) (USD 200,000)

17.   Principal Investigator (2013): Review of Agricultural Outlook Models, by National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER), New Delhi, India. (USD 8000)

18.   Principal Investigator (2012-13): Analysis of Economic and Environmental Impact of Sustainable Energy Trade Agreement, by International Center for Sustainable Trade and Development (ICTSD), Geneva. (USD 10000)

19.   Co-Principal Investigator (2011-2013): Quantitative Analysis of Vulnerability Reduction and Diversification in Africa, by the World Bank (with Terrie Walmsley, Angel Aguiar, Robert McDougall and Peter Minor) (USD 300,000)

20.  Co-Principal Investigator (2013-2014): Employment Growth in Indian Manufacturing: An Evaluation, by the Umea School of Business and Economics Research Institute (with Chandra Kiran Krishnamurthy) (USD 5000)

21.   Co-Principal Investigator (2011-2012): PE-GE Analysis of EU’s FTAs with the Andean Pact and with Central America, by the European Commission (with Terrie Walmsley, Angel Aguiar and Joseph Francois) (USD 40,000)

22.  Principal Investigator (2011): Modelling the Effects of Energy Market regulations in Turkey, by Price Waterhouse Coopers, Germany. (USD 3000)

23.  Principal Investigator (2009-10): Impact of Trade Restrictions and Fiscal Stimulus on Employment and Welfare, by International Labor Organisation (ILO), Geneva. (USD 10000)

24.  Principal Investigator (2009-10): Trade and Environmental Regulations in Indian textile Industry, by Madras School of Economics (MSE), Chennai, India and Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi, India. (USD 5000)

25.  Co-Principal Investigator (since 2007): Ongoing projects on Development of GTAP Data Base, supported by 30 different international, national and private agencies that are GTAP Consortium Board Members (with Robert McDougall, Terrie Walmsley and Angel Aguiar). (about USD 1.6 Million per year)

26.  Principal Investigator (2006-2007): Determinants of Competitiveness of Indian Automotive Industry, by National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council and Automotive Components Manufacturers Association of India. (USD 30,000) 

Other Publications

Horridge, J. Mark, Robert A. McDougall, Badri Narayanan G. and Terrie L. Walmsley (2008) Exercises in Contributing I-O Tables to the GTAP Data Base, GTAP Resource No:2850, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University, USA.

Narayanan, G.Badri (2005) Effects of Trade Liberalisation, Environmental and Labour Regulations on Employment in India’s Organised Textile SectorIGIDR Working Paper No:  WP-2005-005.

Narayanan, G.Badri (2004) An Analysis of Long-run Environmental Impacts and Multi-criteria-based Prioritisation  of the Natural Dyes in the Indian Textile Industry in Social Science Research Network Electronic Library, January 2004

Narayanan, G.Badri (2003) Interactions Between Technology, Profits, Welfare and Profit Effects of Mergers with Trade Restrictions in Social Science Research Network Electronic Library, December 2003 

Popular Articles in the Media

India’s Budget 2016-17: A Quick Review, February, 2016. MarketExpress Blog and Swarajya Magazine.

Textile and Steel Industry: Policy, behavior and Demographics: Are they related?, January 15, 2015. MarketExpress Blog.

Trade Policy faced by India: A Tale of Two Industries, December 9, 2014.  MarketExpress  Blog. 

International Conference Proceedings

1.   Co-existence of Good Economic Policy and Tobacco Control, Invited Seminar at Institute of Diseases Modeling, Intellectual Ventures, Bellevue, WA.

2.  Recent Developments in Global CGE Models, 4th GIFTA Conference, University of Bath, Bath, UK, January 2016.

3.   An Overview of GTAP Data Base, 23rd IIOA (International Input Output Association) Conference, Mexico City, June 2015, coauthored with Robert McDougall and Angel Aguiar.

4.  Impact of India’s Food Security Policy across Household Types 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Anal- ysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, co-authored with Dileep Birur (Presenter) and Angel Aguiar.

5.   Reconciling the GTAP Data Base: Where are the Big Changes? 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, co-authored with Terrie Walmsley (Presenter), Angel Aguiar and Robert McDougall.

6.  Water Scarcity in South Asia: A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Analysis 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, and 2015 AAEA Meetings at San Francisco, July 2015, co-authored with Farzad Taheripour, Thomas Hertel, Sebnem Sahin and Jorge Escurra.

7.   Agricultural production, irrigation, climate change, and water scarcity in India 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, and 2015 AAEA Meetings at San Francisco, July 2015, co-authored with Farzad Taheripour (Presenter), Thomas Hertel, Sebnem Sahin and Jorge Escurra.

8.  East Asia tariff concession: A CGE analysis 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, and 2015 AAEA Meetings at San Francisco, July 2015, co-authored with Ken Kawasaki (Presenter), Houssein Guimbard and Arata Kuno.

9.  The economic impact of the Russian import ban 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, and 2015 AAEA Meetings at San Francisco, July 2015, co-authored with Zornitsa Kutlina- Dmitrova.

10.   Agricultural Policy Reforms in Sub Saharan Africa: A CGE Analysis 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, Australia, June 2015, co-authored with Jean Balie.

11.    The Impact of International Crises on Maritime Transportation Based Global Value Chains, 94th Annual Con- ference of Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, Co-authored with Mesa Arango, Rodrigo and Satish Ukkusuri (Presenter), January 2015.

12.   Exploring the energy-water-food-climate nexus for the Indian Economy in 20302014 Meeting of the Ameri- can Geophysical Union, Co-authored with Farzad Taheripour (Presenter) and Tom Hertel, San Francisco, CA, December 2014.

13.   Corporate Governance, Audit and Firm Performance2014 Conference of the Indian Journal of Economics and Business, Denver, CO, co-authored with Amlan Mitra, December 2014.

14.   Conventions and Standards in GTAP Framework: An Overview. A Presentation at the GEOSHARE and Agricul- tural Model Improvement Workshop held at Purdue University, September 2014.

15.   Invited Plenary Talk on International Trade Policies and Sustainability of Nano-Textiles, 2nd International Con- ference on Industrial and Technical Textiles, presented remotely by video-conferencing, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India, August 2014.

16.   Application of dynamically calculated total requirements coefficients to CGE simulation analysis, 22nd IIOA (Inter- national Input Output Association) Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2014, coauthored with Robert McDougall (presenter).

17.   Can India connect with Asian International Production  Networks through RTAs?,  The  55th  Annual  Conference of the New Zealand Association of Economists, July 2014, and Fourth IIFT Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade, December 2014, coauthored with Rahul Sen (presenter) and Sadhana Srivastava.

18.   Compound Tariffs in EU Agriculture: A Linked Partial and General Equilibrium Analysis 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis6, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014, co-authored and presented with Janine Pelikan.

  19.   Construction of ITC MacMAP Tariff dataset 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Sene- gal, June 2014, co-authored with Xavier Pichot (presenter), Mondher Mimouni and Janine Pelikan.

  20.  Utilization of Preferential Tariffs 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Senegal,  June 2014, co-authored with Xavier Pichot and Mondher Mimouni (presenter).

  21.   Global Land Use Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions due to Recent European Biofuel Policies, 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014, Co-authored with Neus Escobar (presenter) and Wally Tyner.

  22.  Price Volatility Effects of the Special Safeguard Mechanism in the Presence of Specific Tariffs 17th Annual Confer- ence on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014, co-authored with Amanda Leister (presenter).

  23.  Can Reciprocal Tariff Elimination Reduce the Welfare Losses due to Labor Productivity?: An Analysis of Reciprocal Preferential Trade Access between Sub-Saharan Africa and Industrialized Countries 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014, co-authored with Manitra Rakotoarisoa (presenter) and Sangeeta Khorana.

  24.  Free Trade Agreements, Rules of Origin and Re-exports: The Case of the UAE 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014, co-authored with Ashraf Mahate (presenter).

   25.  GTAP Data Base: Progress and Future Directions, the Annual meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014.

   26.  Trade and Protection Datasets, the Annual meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Dakar, Senegal, June 2014.

   27.  A GTAP Model Extension for Specific Tariffs at 16th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, held at Shanghai, China, June 2013, co-authored and presented with Nelson Villoria.

   28.  Gave a Presentation on GTAP Data Base Releases 8 and 9 in the Annual Meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Shanghai, June 2013.

   29.  Gave a Presentation on Review of GTAP 8 Data Base and Overview of Data Goal in the Annual Meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Geneva, June 2012.

   30.  Plenary Presentation on Overview of GTAP 8 Data Base at 15th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, held at WTO, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2012.

   31.   A GTAP-E Extension for Emission Abatement Analysis at 15th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, held at WTO, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2012, co-authored and presented with Robert McDougall.

   32.  Post-model Analysis in large-scale models: the examples of Aglink-Cosimo, CAPRI and GTAP at 15th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, held at WTO, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2012, co-authored with and presented by Wolfgang Britz and Ignacio Perez.

   33.   Integrating India into Global Production Networks Through RTAs at 15th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, held at WTO, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2012, co-authored with and presented by Rahul Sen.

   34.  Invited Plenary Talk on Global Economic Analysis of Technical and Industrial Textiles at the First International Conference on Industrial and Technical Textiles held at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore India, August 2012.

  35.   Gave Presentation on GTAP Data Base: Development and Future Directions in the Annual Meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Venice, July 2011.

  36.  The Role of Labor Standards in International Trade: A CGE ApproachPresented at the 14th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Venice, Italy, June 2011; at Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, June 2011 and Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai, India, July 2012, co-authored with Terrie

L. Walmsley.

  37.   Does Tariff Escalation affect Export Shares?: The Case of Global Cotton and Coffee Sectors Presented at AAEA Meetings at Pittsburgh, PA and a revised version at IATRC Meetings at St. Petersburg, FL, 2011, co-authored with Sangeeta Khorana.

  38.  The Proposed EU-India FTA: Implications for Textiles, Wearing Apparel and Leather Products Presented at the 14th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Venice, Italy, 2011, co-authored with and presented by Sangeeta Khorana.

39.  International Inter-Fuel Substitution: Do Factor Endowments Matter?Presented at 4th EMEE (Empirical Methods in Energy Economics) Seminar in Dallas, Texas, 2011, co-authored with and presented by Jevgenijs Steinbuks.

40.  Incorporating Domestic Support into GTAP 7 Data Base and Overview of GTAP 7 Data Base. Presentations at 12th Annual Conference of Global Economic Analysis, Santiago, Chile, June 2009.

41.   Gave Presentations on Review of GTAP 7 Data Base and Overview of Data Goal and GTAP Africa Data Base in the Annual Meeting of Consortium Board Members of GTAP, Helsinki, June 9-10, 2008.

42.  Co-Authors: Hertel, TW. and Horridge, JM. A Nested PE/GE Model for GTAP: Simulating the Disaggregated Impacts of Tariff-Liberalization on Automotive Industry in India. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of Global Economic Analysis, Helsinki, Finland, June 12-14, 2008.

43.  Inflation-Openness Relationship in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Approach in Sixth Annual Conference on Money and Finance atIGIDR,Mumbai (March 2004).

Invited Presentations, Seminars and National Conferences

1.   Invited Workshop Presentation on GTAP Domestic Support Dataset for the European Union Members at the Institute for Prospective Technologies and Standards, European Union - Joint Research Centre, June 2, 2015.

2.  Invited Workshop Presentation on Trade Policies and Non-Communicable Diseases at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA, March 28-29, 2015.

3.   Invited Workshop Presentation on Trade Policy Modeling of Tobacco Control at the World Health Organization, Geneva, November 7, 2014.

4.  Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Regional Economic DevelopmentFriday University Workshop, Purdue Uni- versity Calumet, Hammond Indiana, October 2014.

5.   Seminar by Video-Conferencing on Inter-disciplinary Modelling for Policies and Strategies at Indian Institute of Management Kashipur and Amrita School of Business, India, September 2014, and at Monmouth College, Illinois, March 2014..

6.  Presentation on Low Water High Growth in South Asian Economies at World bank, Washington D.C. (Co- presenter: Farzad Taheripour, co-authored with Thomas Hertel), July 2014.

7.   Invited Seminar on Impact of China’s Growth and Trade on Labor in Developed Countries, held at Eastern Illinois University, March 2014 and at Amrita School of Business, Coimbatore in May 2014.

8.  Invited Seminar on Inter-fuel Substitution: The Role of Fossil Fuel Production Potential, held at Center for Environmental and Resources Economics, Umea, Sweden, October 2013.

9.  Invited Seminar on Introduction to GTAP: A Computable General Equilibrium Model in the World Bank Work- shop on Diagnostic Tools and Instruments for Assessing Environmental Challenges, held at Madras School of Economics, India, December 2012.

10.   Invited Lecture on Introduction to Computable General Equilibrium Modelling to the MBA students at Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirapalli, India, December 2012.

11.    Invited Guest Lecture on textitEconomic Research on Indian Textile Industry at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Institute of Textile Management, Coimbatore, India, July 2012.

12.   Invited Presentation on Impact of Pollution Abatement on the Trade Competitiveness of Indian Textile Sector

at Madras School of Economics, Chennai, July 2012.

13.   Invited Inaugural Guest Lecture on International Inter-fuel Substitution Elasticities at Solar Energy  Society of India, PSG COllege of Technology, India, July 2012.

14.   Invited Guest Lecture as a part of the Network and Complex Systems Talk Series on The Global Trade Analysis Project at the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, Indiana University Bloomington, USA, on December 6 2010

15.   Invited Seminar on International Trade and Pollution Abatement Costs in Indian Textile Sector at Madras School of Economics, Chennai, on November 12, 2010 and at South Indian Textile Research Association on November 20, 2010.

16.   Invited Seminar on Impacts of Tariff Liberalization of Indian Auto Industry: Application of a CGE model on disaggregated sectors at Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai on November 12, 2010

17.   Co-Authors: Hertel, TW. and Horridge, JM. Linking Partial and General Equilibrium Models: Impact of Tariff- Liberalization on Automotive Industry in India. A Seminar delivered at IGIDR, Mumbai, on August 19, 2008 and at Madras School of Economics, Chennai on September 18, 2009.

18.   Invited to deliver a lecture on Indian Textile, Apparel and Automotive industries: Some Recent Trends and Economic Issues in a Workshop on‘BRIC Economies’ at Kobe University, Japan on December 13, 2008

19.   Lectures on CGE Modelling: An Introduction as a part of the UNCTAD Capacity Building Program in Allahabad University, Allahabad, India, August 22, 2008.

20.  Contributed a paper on Will Phasing out of MFA Quotas Benefit India’s Garment Exports? at 43rd Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society held in IIT-Mumbai on 5th January 2007

21.   Some Economic Issues in Indian Textile Sector at Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University, USA on February 12, 2007.

22.  Competitiveness of Indian Auto Industry: Some Findings at National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council, New Delhi on January 20, 2007 and at Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi on January 4, 2007.

23.  India’s Handloom Exports: Recent Trends and Perspectives for Future in a seminar on ‘Export Competitiveness of Textiles- Focus Handloom’ organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Textiles Committee, and sponsored by UNCTAD, held at Panipat on August 31st, 2006.

24.  Determinants of Employment in India’s Organised Textile Sector atIndian School of Business on May 31, 2006.

25.  Some Economic Issues in Indian Textile Sector at National Council of Applied Economic Research on June 15, 2006.

26.  Presented a part of a project entitled Global Welfare Implications of Non-ratification of Kyoto Protocol by USA: A Multi-region Multi-sector CGE Analysis in ‘A short Course on Global Trade Analysis’ Organised by Purdue University at IGIDR, Mumbai from 18-24 February, 2006.

27.  Delivered a lecture on “Analysis of NSS data using suitable statistical tool” in a two day workshop on “Data, Databases and Data Inter-conversion”, organised by Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR) - Western Regional Center, in Mumbai University, on Feb 3-4, 2006.

28.  Delivered a lecture on “Analysis Using NSS Data”, to the students of I year MSc/MPhil/PhD students in IGIDR (January 2006)

29.  Presented the “Second Draft of the State of Environment Report: Maharashtra” in a workshop on ‘State of En- vironment Report: Maharashtra’ at Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB), representing IGIDR in July 2005.

30.  Exports, Exchange Rate and Productivity: A Cointegration Analysis of Indian Textile Sector in the 41st Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society at Jadavpur University, Kolkata (January 2005).

31.   Determinants of Employment in Indian Textile Industry in the 40th Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society at Institute of Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bangalore (February 2004).

32.  Analysis of Long-run Environmental Impacts and Prioritisation of the Natural Dyes in the Textile Industry in National Conference on Advances in Environmental Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai (December 2003).  

Other Activities Pertaining to Teaching/Research

•   Editorial Board Member for Universal Journal of Industrial and Business Management (Horizon Research Publish- ing) and EPRA International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Studies (ISSN: 2347-4378)

•   Refereed for International Journals: Applied EconomicsEconomic ModellingEconomic SystemsEconomic Sys- tems ResearchThe Energy JournalInternational Economic JournalJournal of Economic Integration,Journal of Economic StudiesJournal of Environmental InformaticsJournal of Quantitative EconomicsJournal of Develop- ment and Agricultural EconomicsJournal of South Asian DevelopmentAfrican Journal of Business ManagementJournal of the Asia Pacific EconomyScientia Agriculturae Bohemica and Textile Research Journal.

•   Refereed research papers submitted for various conferences including the Annual Conferences on Global Economic Analysis, Purdue University; reviewed various research proposals/reports of World Bank, Government of India, USA and those submitted to industry associations.

•   Reviewer for a policy document by NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog on Indian Power Sector in 2015.

•   Participated in the First and Second Meetings of Steering Committee on Industry for the Eleventh Five Year Plan, held at Planning Commission, Government of India in August to December, 2006.

•   Organised and Chaired several Conference Sessions.

•   Participated in a workshop on “Trans-Pacific Partnership and its Implications for Brazil and India” held at the Center for Global Development, Washington DC, June 2014.

•   Participated in a workshop on “Trans-Pacific Partnership and its Implications for India” held at the Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi, August 2014.

•   Participated in several other workshops and helped Organise various conferences such as three Annual Conferences on Money and Finance in Indian Economy at IGIDR, from 2002 to 2006.


Languages Known : Tamil (Native), English (Near Native) and Hindi (Near  Native)

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