Working Papers

Impact of Globalisation on South Asian Economic Development

Globalisation has significantly influenced economic growth in developing countries. However, its impact on development has been diverse. The growing divergence in the impact of globalisation on developing countries has been noticeable. The Centre for Policy Research in its research program of 200...

The Economic Experiences of the Indian Diaspora

Indians have, since times immemorial, been guided by the philosophy of ‘Vasudhaiva Kudumbakam’. It is hence not surprising that people from India have been responding to economic opportunities of an international nature knocking at their doors and have migrated to other parts of the world in sear...

Supplier Reliability and Economic Reforms

Production around the world is now increasingly characterized by shorter product cycles and just-in-time processes. Consequently, the reliability of the supplier is an important distinguishing characteristic. This paper presents a situation where suppliers in more distorted economies would be mor...

Special Economic Zones: Promise, Peformance and Pending Issues

Over the past few months, the CPR has been engaged in studies about some of the aspects of the Special Economic Zones (SEZs). This set of four CPR Occasional Papers addresses different facets of what continues to be a contentious subject.