Tenth Annual NCAER-NBER-ICRIER Neemrana Conference



"Sustaining Growth in Troubled Times"


10-13 January, 2009 

Neemrana Fort Palace Resort, Rajasthan, India




(Papers & Presentations)

 (Photo Gallery)






The annual NCAER-NBER-ICRIER Neemrana Conference on Indian and Global Economic Developments is held at the Neemrana Fort Palace Resort in Rajasthan, India. The conference is organised jointly by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), New Delhi, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) of Cambridge, MA and the Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRIER).

The conference brings together Indian policy makers, researchers, regulators and other professionals to interact with leading American researchers and policy makers. The conference is informal and off-the-record to allow free discussions on current issues related to economic policy and research covering a range of topics including macro economy (monetary and fiscal policy), international trade, banking and finance, privatisation, regulation, economic reforms, employment, poverty, social sector and delivery of services. As is evident from the list, current and on-going problems facing the policy makers are selected as themes and discussion is focussed around these themes.

This year's conference was the tenth such conference in the series and was held from January 10 to 13 2009.