Conference On Indian Economics

Published: 31st July 2015 05:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st July 2015 05:38 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS), a non-profit academic organisation, which is functioning since 41 years, will hold its 21st Biennial Conference at the School of Economics, UoH. The organisation aims at promoting interest of the study of Indian Economics and Finance in its broadest sense. This is only the third occasion that the AIEFS Biennial Conference is being held in India.

The conference which will be held on August 3 and 4 will see participation of distinguished scholars and researchers from across the globe working in Economics and Finance areas with focus on the Indian economy.

They will facilitate exchange of useful research insights for academicians, professionals and policy makers. The conference will deliver critical research insights on contemporary issues concerned with the Indian Economy and finance in general and in areas such as growth, socio-economic challenges, trade, banking, financial markets and Indian corporate sector etc in particular.

The conference programme consists of a meaningful mix between exciting papers by researchers based in India and abroad and special lectures by distinguished speakers in India- Dr Y V Reddy, Former Governor, RBI, and Chairman, Fourteenth Finance Commission, Government of India; Prof. Sunil Kanwar, Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi; Prof. Ganti Subrahmanyam, Former Director, National Institute of Bank Management, Pune and Prof.  Sugata Marjit, Center for Studies in Social Sciences Culcutta, Kolkata.

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