Two Day Conference to examine the outlook for Indian economy and businesses in the run up to 2020 and suggest measures that should be taken by the Government and the financial industry to return to growth and come true to global expectations.
The objective of conference was to visit the overriding concerns that India will need to contend with during the next seven years or so to come true to its global expectations. With and endeavour to bring together economists, financial experts and business leaders, the conference provided a platform to deliberate on various issues that beset Indian economy and businesses along with suggesting novel solutions.
Call for papers was advertised across platforms and websites
Abstract Submission: 15th November 2013
Full Paper Submission: 31st December 2013
With more than 125 abstracts were received for paper presentation and. International submissions were received from USA and Malaysia. The conference was attended by more than 350 participants each day. 38 entries were received for poster presentations.
Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri
Former permanent representative of India to the United Nations
Prof. Jai Prakash Sharma
Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Business, and Head, Dept. of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
Mr. Anil Bisen
Consultant, Ex-Economic advisor, Dept. of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Dr. Arjun Rajagola
Legal Consultant, NIPFP
Prof. Bharat R. Kolluri
Professors, Economics, Barney School of Business, University of Hartford, USA
Prof. Renu Kohli
Eminent Economist & Consultant, ICRIER
Prof. Carol Vlassoff
Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, Cananda