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Tarun Das CV for Transport Economist

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Prof. TARUN DASAfrican Development Bank Macroeconomic AdviserTo the Ministry of Finance, Govt of Gambia, Banjul.
(Formerly Economic. Adviser, Ministry of Finance and  Adviser (Transport Modeling), Planning Commission, India, Professor (Public Policy), IILM, New Delhi, India; ADB Strategic Planning Expert ,Min of Finance, Mongolia; ADB Macroeconomic Modeling Expert to the Govt of Nepal;World Bank Debt Adviser to Philippines and Uzbekistan;UN-ESCAP Consultant to Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Laos PDR, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Samoa.
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Summary of Brief Bio-data
Prof. Tarun Das has 40 years experience as Development Economist with specialization intransport and environment economics, infrastructure financing, econometric modeling andforecasting, strategic planning and performance based output budgeting, public financialreforms and governance, millennium development goals, poverty reduction and growthstrategy, management of public debt, external debt and contingent liabilities.
Dr. Das is presently working as African Development Bank Macroeconomic Adviser in theMinistry of Finance, Government of Gambia at Banjul, Africa.
Earlier, he worked as Adviser (Transport Modeling and Policy Planning) in the PlanningCommission, and Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, India; Professor (Public Policyand Research Methodology), Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, New Delhi;ADB Macroeconomic Modeling Expert in Nepal; ADB Strategic Planning Expert, Min of Finance, Mongolia; and World Bank Debt Adviser to Philippines and Uzbekistan.
He has
also worked as a Consultant various international organizations
such as theCommonwealth Secretariat, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, IMF, UNCTAD, UNDP,UN-ESCAP, UN Economic Commission for Africa (UN-ECA), UN Institute for Trainingand Research (UNITAR), UN Statistical Institute for Asia and Pacific(UN-SIAP),International Labor Organization (ILO) and Global Development Network (GDN).
Prof. Das
has working experience in 21 countries
namely, Bangladesh, China, Cambodia,
India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal,Philippines, Samoa,
, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand, UK, Uzbekistan and USA.
He has
also visited 9 other countries
namely Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland,Morocco, New Zealand, U.A.E. and Tonga to attend international conferences.
Prof. Das is a Gold Medalist in Economics from Calcutta University, and holds a Ph.D.degree as a Commonwealth Scholar from the University of East Anglia, England.
Prof. Das possesses diversity in skills in research, training, teaching, modeling, policy planning, development management, and multi-stakeholders consultation.
TARUN DAS- Detailed Bio Data
1.Name of Expert
Prof. TARUN KANTI DAS2A.Permanent Residential Address:
10/14 First Floor, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi-110008,India. Telephone No.: (009111) 25884540
E-Mail Address:das.tarun@hotmail.com2B. Current Position:
African Development Bank Macroeconomic Adviser, Department of Statefor Finance and Economic Affairs, the Gambia, Quadrangle, Banjul.
3. Personal:
 Nationality : IndianDate of Birth : August 19, 1947.Marital status : Married (Wife: Mitali Das, Son: Arpan Das)
4. (a) Educational Qualifications:
BA Hons (Econ), Presidency College, First Class (
Gold Medalist 
), Calcutta University, 1967.MA (Econ), First Class (
Silver Medalist 
), Calcutta University, 1969.Ph.D. (Impact of Demographic Transition on Poverty and Inequality), as Commonwealth Scholar,University of East Anglia, England, 1977.
4. (b) Other credentials:
Life Member (i) Indian Economic Association and (ii) IndianAssociation for Research on Income and Wealth. Member, Indian Economic Service.
5. Languages
English, Bengali, Hindi- Excellent in speaking, writing and reading.
6. Professional Experiences in Backward Sequence:
20 Dec 2008- till date(
except period below)
African Development Bank Macroeconomic Adviser, Department of State for Finance and Economic Affairs, the Gambia, Banjul.16 Aug-15 Oct, 200901 April-31May,2010Asian Development Bank Macroeconomic Modeling Expert and TeamLeader, Central Bank of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal.
01 September 2008 – 19 December 2008Professor (Public Policy and Research Methodology), IILM, NewDelhi, India, and
Consultant to World Bank (Uzbekistan).16 July 2008-31 August 2008Consultant (Debt Sustainability Modeling), Commonwealth Secretariat,London, England.1 June 2007-8 July 2008Strategic Planning Expert, Asian Development Bank Capacity BuildingProject on Governance Reforms, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Feb 2006- May 2007Professor (Public Policy and Research Methodology), Institute of Integrated Learning in Management (IILM), New Delhi, India.
Mar 1989- Jan 2006Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Jan 1987- Feb 1989 Adviser (Transport Modeling and Policy Planning), PlanningCommission, Government of India.
Oct 1984- Dec 1986 Chief Economist, Joint Plant Committee, Ministry of Steel, India.Oct 1982- Sep 1984 Chief (Economic Division), Bureau of Industrial Costs and Prices, India.
May 1978- Sep 1982 Deputy Adviser, UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project in India.
Aug 1977- May 1978 Research Officer, Economic Division, DEA, Ministry of Finance, India.Sep 1974-July 1977 Commonwealth Scholar, East Anglia University, Norwich. England.July 1973- Aug 1974Research Officer, Economic Division, DEA, Ministry of Finance, India. Nov 1971- June 1973 Assistant Director (On Training), Indian Economic Service.
June 1970- Oct 1971Research Fellow, Dept. of Econ, Presidency College, Calcutta, India.
Annex-1Teaching and Research Supervising Experience of Prof. Tarun Das
External Examiner on Transport Economics during 1987-1990:
Department of Transport Economics and Technology, Roorkee Engineering University, India.(b)Department of Transport Economics and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
Supervising Experience of Ph.D. students during 2006-2007;
Institute of Integrated Learning in Management and Jamia Mila University, Delhi;(b)Delhi School of Economics, Delhi, India;(c)Pacific Institute for Management and Udaipur University, India.
1.3Teaching Experience:
Taught Public Policy, Research Methodology, Transport Modeling and EnvironmentEconomics to the MBA students at the Institute for Integrated Learning inManagement (IILM), New Delhi during February 2006-May 2007 and Sep-Dec 2008.
Part time teaching of Economic Statistics and Applied Econometrics to the graduateand post-graduate students at the School of Economic and Social Studies, Universityof East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, England during September 1974 to June 1977.
Taught Micro Economics and Economic Statistics to the BA Honors students at theDepartment of Economics, Presidency College, Calcutta, June 1970- October 1971.
Guest Faculty at the following academic and training institutes during 1990-2007
:(a)UN Statistical Institute for Asia and Pacific, Chiba, Japan;
Indian Foreign Service Training Institute, New Delhi for Indian and foreign diplomats.
Indian Economic Service Training at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi,
Indian Statistical Service Training Institute, Central Statistical Organization, Delhi.(e)Indian Defense College, New Delhi for defense officers and foreign diplomats.(f)Indian Institute for Foreign Trade, New Delhi for Diploma/ MA courses.(g)Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi.(h)National Institute for Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi.(i)Institute for Manpower and Education Planning. New Delhi.(j)Management Development Institute, Gurugaon, Haryana.(k)National Institute for Financial Management, Faridabad, Haryana.(l)Institute of Government Accounts and Finance, New Delhi.(m)Institute for Costs and Works Accountants, New Delhi.(n)Fortune Institute for Management, New Delhi.(o)Institute for Technology and Management, Ghaziabad, U.P.(p)Northern Institute for Banking Management, Noida, U.P.(q)Institute for Development Studies (IDS), Lucknow, U.P.(r)LBS National Academy of administration, Mussorie, U.P.(s)International Institute for Management, Oxford-Brooks University, Kolkata.(t)Pacific Institute for Management (PIM), Udaipur, Rajasthan.(u)Jawaharlal Nehru Institute for Development Banking, Hyderabad, AP.
 National Institute for Banking and Management (NIBM), Pune, Maharashtra.(w)World Trade Centre, Mumbai, Maharashtra.(x)Management Development Centre, LIC, Mumbai.

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