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ADJUSTING TO GLOBAL ECONOMIC VOLATILITY: THE CASE OF SOUTH ASIA

ADJUSTING TO GLOBAL ECONOMIC VOLATILITY: THE CASE OF SOUTH ASIA

  • 17 Feb, 2015
The SANEI Secretariat, in association with the Academic Foundation, New Delhi, has published an edited volume on Adjusting to Global Economic Volatility: The Case of South Asia containing 12 research studies from SANEI 10th, 11th, and 12th rounds of Regional Research Competition (RRC). The volume was edited by Mustafa Mujeri and Wahiduddin Mahmud. The book was launched at the Inauguration Ceremony of the 13th SANEI Annual Conference on 30 August 2014.

Chapters and Contributors:

Chapter 1: Growth, Employment and Poverty in the Current Financial Crisis in South Asia: Exploring the Nexus and Estimating the Impact of the Crisis
-    Sadia M Malik
-    Yasin Janjua

Chapter 2: Financial Crisis and Migrant Remittances: effects on growth and poverty in selected South Asian countries
-    Mahreen Mahmud
-    Naved Hamid

Chapter 3: The Financial Crisis in the Gulf and its Impact on South Asian Migrant Workers
-    S Irudaya Rajan
-    D Narayana

Chapter 4: The Employment Implications of current Financial Crisis: Challenges, threats and coping strategy in India
-    Partha Pratim Sahu

Chapter 5: Market Integration in Agricultural Commodities: A Study on Impact of Movement in Prices on Household Welfare
-    Namrata Ghosh

Chapter 6: Global Commodity Price Volatility and Domestic Inflation: Impact on the Performance of the Financial Sector of Bangladesh, 1990-2010
-    Monzur Hossain
-    Farhana Rafiq

Chapter 7: An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Delinking of Local Wholesale Prices with International Prices: The Case of Rice Market in Bangladesh
-    Minhaj Mahmud
-    Syed Naimul Wadood

Chapter 8: Climate Change, Food Prices and Poverty in India
-    Saibal Kar
-    Nimai Das

Chapter 9: Trade in Health Services in South Asia: An Examination of the Need for Regional Cooperation
-    Arindam Banik
-    Pradip K Bhaumik
-    Sheikh Md. Monzurul Huq
-    Bhuban B Bajracharya

Chapter 10: Liberalization of Trade in Services under SAFTA: Prospects and Challenges for Pakistan
-    Safdar Sohail
-    Noorulain Hanif
-    Maliha Quddus

Chapter 11: Health Costs of Dung-Cake Fuel Use by the Poor in Rural Nepal
-    Krishna Prasad Pant

Chapter 12: Impact of Remittances on the Household of the Emigrant and on the Economy of the Migrant’s Country: Sri Lanka
-    Nisha Arunatilake
-    Suwendrani Jayaratne
-    Priyanka Jayawardena
-    Roshini Jayaweera
-    Dushni Weerakoon

 

Announcement

"SAARC Recognized Body" status of SANEI, renewed | SANEI Secretariat relocated in Kathmandu, Nepal | The Global Development Awards Competition is an innovative award scheme launched by GDN with the generous support from the Ministry of Finance, Government of Japan. The Awards Competition recognizes excellence in policy-oriented research, supports research capacity development of researchers in developing countries and funds innovative social development projects benefiting marginalized groups in the developing world. Since its inception in 2000, GDN has provided US$ 3.8 million in awards and travel grants to finalists and winners. The winners of the current round will be chosen by an eminent jury at GDN’s 17th Annual Global Development Conference to be held in Peru from 17-18 March, 2016; an event expected to be attended by over 200 practitioners in the field of development where finalists will present their proposals. Finalists from both award categories will be invited to present their proposals at the Conference. | SANEI is now associate member of International Economic Association |