Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research

IGIDR

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research

Type Research Center
Website igidr.ac.in
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Year founded 1987
Location Mumbai, MH India India
Functions Education and training, Research
Funding sources Foundations or grants
Tags environment energy trade economics rural development agricultural economics game theory
Summary Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) is an advanced research institute established and fully funded by the Reserve Bank of India for carrying out research on development issues from a multi-disciplinary point of view. Starting as a purely research institution, it rapidly developed into a full-fledged teaching and research organisation when it launched a Ph.D. program in the field of development studies in 1990. The objective of the Ph.D. programme is to produce researchers with diverse disciplinary backgrounds who can address issues of economics, energy and environment policies. In 1995, the Institute initiated an M. Phil programme. The M.Sc. programme commenced in 2003 to introduce students to the world of research at an earlier stage. It has university status.

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IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 28 March 2023 English

While in the developed countries, the governments announced massive fiscal stimulus packages in the wake of the pandemic in order to stimulate demand, in India, much of the heavy lifting …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 14 March 2023 English

Second, using the consecutive MPC meetings of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) we have constructed two measures of implicit dissent and investigated their influence on anchoring the growth and …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 10 February 2023 English

The share of non-bank financing of the commercial sector rose to 70.8% in 2020–21 compared to 47.7% in 2018–19 (Table 2). [...] In the absence of a development finance institution …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 9 February 2023 English

The successful bidder has to lineup the candidates/staff to be deputed for the said contract in the Institute, and the Institute reserves the right to select the candidates from the …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 9 February 2023 English

The successful bidder has to lineup the candidates/staff to be deputed for the said contract in the Institute, and the Institute reserves the right to select the candidates from the …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 6 February 2023 English

Ours is the first study to analyse the influence of the IBC on the cost of credit in the bond market. [...] Ours is the first study to analyse the …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 3 February 2023 English

The successful bidder shall bring to the notice of the Employer in case of any extra items not mentioned in the schedule of quantities during the course of the work …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 13 January 2023

The successful bidder has to lineup the candidates/staff to be deputed for the said contract in the Institute, and the Institute reserves the right to select the candidates from the …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 13 January 2023 English

On receipt of intimation from the Institute of the acceptance of their tender, the successful vendor/contractor shall be bound to sign the formal contract and within seven days thereof, the …


IGIDR: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research · 13 January 2023 English

The successful bidder has to lineup the candidates/staff to be deputed for the said contract in the Institute, and the Institute reserves the right to select the candidates from the …


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