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Online Two-week Capacity Building-cum-Faculty Development Programme 

 

The Institute organised a two-week online Capacity Building Programme from February 15–27, 2021 on “Industrialisation, Corporate Sector and Development” for the faculty of Indian universities and colleges. The programme objective was to familiarise and enable the participants with relevant theoretical and empirical literature around industrialisation and impart them with large-scale enterprises databases, advance techniques, and methods. It covered issues around (i) political economy of industrialisation, industrial policy, growth and market structure; (ii) industrial finance, corporate sector and FDI; (iii) trade, technology, innovation, global integration; (iv) developmental issues around agriculture, health and education, skill-mismatch and employability; (v) large datasets, statistical tools, techniques and methods. The well-established and eloquent speakers from various universities/institutions/organisations within and outside Delhi were invited to deliver lectures around these themes. In all, there were 36 sessions. The programme was sponsored by ICSSR. The programme was jointly organised by Prof M R Murty, Dr Shailender Kumar Hooda, and Dr Ramaa Arun Kumar. 

 

 

SN.TitleResource Person
1Inaugural Address Industrial Policy from the Domestic Industry PerspectiveM.R. Murty, ISID
2Evolution of Industrial Policy in IndiaAditya Bhattacharjea, DSE
3Role of Public Sector: Contemporary IssuesR. Nagaraj, CDS
4MSMEs in India: Concerns and PossibilitiesKeshab Das, GIDR
5Industrial Transformation of India: Lessons from the Experiences of East Asian CountriesNagesh Kumar, Director-UNESCAP and Director-Designate, ISID
6Introduction to Enterprise Survey DataGC Manna, NCAER
7Political Economy of DevelopmentPulin B. Nayak, DSE
8Research Methodology: Ethics in ResearchM.H. Suryanarayana, IGIDR
9Introduction to CMIE Prowess and Consumer SurveyRajeev Ranjan, CMIE
10Intro to SPSS & Basic Statistical ToolsManoj Diwakar, CESP, JNU
11Modelling Bad Outputs: Theory and EmpiricsSurinder Kumar, DSE
12Growth and Productivity in Indian ManufacturingArup Mitra, IEG
13Introduction to STATA and ASI DataK. Varghese, CSRD, JNU
14Reforming Agriculture Markets from Above: Understanding Implications for (small) FarmersSukhpal Singh, IIM-A
15Working with ASI Unit Level Data: Extraction and EstimationK. Varghese, CSRD, JNU
16India’s Recent Inward FDI Experience: Perceptions vs. RealityK.S. Chalapati Rao, ISID
17India’s Economic Dependence on ChinaBiswajit Dhar, JNU
18Globalization and Development PolicyDev Nathan, IHD
19Political Economy of IndustrializationSatyaki Roy, ISID
20Competition Issues: Anti Cartel Enforcement in India Aditya Bhattacharjea, DSE
21Academia-Industry Interface: Employability and Skill-mismatchMona Khare, NIEPA
22Industrial Finance in Liberalized Phase of IndiaSantosh K. Das, ISID
23GST and its Implications for Industrial SectorR. Kavita Rao, NIPFP
24Global Value Chains and Input-Output MethodC. Veeramani, IGIDR
25New Healthcare Financing and Policy Paradigms: Towards Transforming the Healthcare System?Shailender Kumar Hooda, ISID
26Importance of Interdisciplinary Research in Industrial and Development StudiesBabu P. Remesh, AUD
27 IndustrialisationAmitabh Kundu, RIS
28Digital EconomyParminder Jeet Singh, IT for Change
29Corporate Sector-Innovation and Firm StrategyRakesh Basant, IIM-A
30Corporate Finance, Governance and CSR IssuesEkta Selarka, MSE  
31Patents and InnovationReji K. Joseph, ISID
32SEZ Policy for Industrialization: Indian ExperienceRamaa Arun Kumar, ISID
33SEZ in India-Insights from fieldSurya Tewari, ISID
34Higher Education and DevelopmentJ.B.G. Tilak, CSD & NUEPA
35Why India Need a Manufacturing Strategy?Santosh Mehrotra, JNU & Uni. of Bath, UK
36MSME: The Role of BanksP.S. Rawat, ISID
37MSME Promotion Policy: Are they EffectiveAkhilesh K. Sharma, ISID
38VALEDICTORY ADDRESSProfessor. V.K. Malhotra, Member-Secretary, ICSSR