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Tarun Das Up-to-date CV

TARUN DAS
CV for Consultancy for Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy
Email: das.tarun@hotmail.com
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1. Name of Expert: MR. TARUN KANTI DAS

2. Current Residential Address: 10/14 First Floor, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi-110008, India.
Telephone No.: (009111) 25884540 E-Mail Address: das.tarun@hotmail.com

3. Personal:
Nationality : Indian
Date 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) Indian
Association for Research on Income and Wealth.
5. Languages known: English, Bengali, Hindi- Excellent in speaking, writing and reading.
6. (a) Professional Experiences in Backward Sequence:
June 2007-July 2008 Strategic Planning Expert, ADB Capacity Building Project on
Governance Reforms, Min of Finance, Govt of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar.
Feb 2006- May 2007 Professor (Public Policy and Economics), IILM, New Delhi-110003.
Mar 1989- Jan 2006 Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Jan 1987- Feb 1989 Adviser (Transport Modeling & Policy Planning), Planning Commission.
Oct 1984- Dec 1986 Chief Economist, Joint Plant Committee, Ministry of Steel.
Oct 1982- Sep 1984 Chief (Economic Division), Bureau of Industrial Costs and Prices
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.
Sep 1974-July 1977 Commonwealth Scholar, East Anglia University, England.
July 1973- Aug 1974 Research Officer, Economic Division, DEA, Ministry of Finance.
Nov 1971- June 1973 Assistant Director (On Training), Indian Economic Service.
June 1970- Oct 1971 UGC Research Fellow, Dept. of Econ, Presidency College, Calcutta.
6. (b) Specialisation and working experience: Macro-stabilisation policies; Governance
Reforms; Poverty and Inequality analysis and anti-poverty programs; MDGs, PRSPs and Growth
Strategy; Management of Public Debt, External Debt and Contingent Liabilities; Medium Term
Budget Planning and Public Expenditure Framework; Macro-economic modelling and
Forecasting; Strategic Planning; Performance Based Accrual Output Budgeting; Transport
Modelling and Regional Planning; Privatisation strategy and public-private partnership.
7. Other experiences:
(a) Worked as a Consultant to ADB, ILO, ESCAP, UNCTAD, UNDP, UNITAR, UN-SIAP,
World Bank, Global Development Network and Economic Commission for Africa.
(b) Worked in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Nepal,
Philippines, Thailand, Samoa, Switzerland, UK and USA. Also visited Bangladesh,

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China, France, Germany, Malaysia, Morocco, Senegal, Ireland, Singapore and U.A.E.
to attend conferences or inter-governmental meetings.
(c) Possesses diversity in skills in research, teaching, training, policy planning, modeling,
applied econometrics, official economic statistics and consultancy services.
8. Specific Country Experiences (Related to the project)
Country (Funded Designation and Scope of Consultancy
by) Period
Mongolia Strategic Planning Expert, ADB Capacity Building Project on
Governance Reforms, MOF, Govt of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
(Funded by ADB)
(a) Medium Term Financial Planning; (b) Evaluation of progress and
June 2007- July
Needs Assessment for the UN MDGs and the poverty reduction and
2008
growth strategy; (c) Estimation of financing gaps and need for external
assistance; (d) Strategic planning; (e) Performance based accrual output
budgeting; (d) Budget Performance Evaluation; (e) Identification of core
and non-core functions for the government.
Afghanistan, Consultant to the UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand
Bangladesh, (a) Inter-linkages between UN Millennium Development Goals,
Cambodia, China, National Development Plans, Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy for
Lao PDR, Maldives, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Maldives,
Mongolia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand and Timor Leste.
Nepal, Pakistan,
(b) Presented a paper at the Regional Workshop organised jointly by the
Thailand (Funded by
ADB, UNDP and UN-ESCAP at Bangkok during 15-17 October 2007.
UN-ESCAP) Dec
2006 to March 2007: (c) Contributed to the preparation of the joint UNESCAP-ADB-UNDP
Report entitled “A Future Within Reach 2008- Regional Partnerships for
the Millennium Development Goals in Asia and Pacific”, 2008.
USA, New York, Consultant to UNDP (a) Human Development Index- Concepts and
UNDP, UN-Plaza methodology for alternative Indices, 1993. (b) Financing international co-
(Funded by UNDP) operation behind national borders- country study on India, 2006.
India Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, Govt of India, New Delhi
(Funded by the govt. Macro-stabilisation policies; Governance Reforms; Poverty and
of India) Inequality analysis and anti-poverty programs; MDGs, PRSPs and
Growth Strategy; Management of Public Debt, External Debt and
March 1989 to Jan
Contingent Liabilities; Medium Term Public Expenditure Policy, Budget
2006
Planning; Macro-economic modelling and Forecasting; Member of High
Level government delegation to the ADB, Commonwealth Secretariat,
Debt Offices in UK and Ireland, IMF, UN-CSD, UNCTAD, World Bank
and WTO; Consultant to the ADB, GDN, IMF, UNCTAD, UNDP, UN-
ECA, UN-ESCAP and World Bank.
India (Funded by Project Co-ordinator and Eco. Adviser-
World Bank) World Bank Institutional Development Project on Management of Public
2002-2004 Debt, External Debt and Contingent Liabilities
India- Professor (Public Policy), IILM, New Delhi.
(a) An evaluation of implementation of the Rural Employment Guarantee
(Funded by the govt.
Scheme. (b) Conducted training programs on economic and social
of India)
evaluation methodology for poverty alleviation programs of the Ministry
February 2006- of Rural Development, March 2007. (b) Conducted a training program on
Applied Econometrics for the Indian Statistical Service, May 2007.

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May 2007
Philippines (Funded Consultant to the World Bank
by World Bank) (Management of contingent liabilities relating to govt. guarantee, Social
Jan-Feb 2002 security, social welfare, insurance and pension funds).
Country (Funded Designation and Scope of Consultancy
by) Period
Samoa (Funded by Consultant to the UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand
UN-ESCAP) Management of External debt, Public Debt and Medium Term
Sept 2005 Expenditure Framework.
Indonesia (Funded Consultant to the UNITAR, Geneva, Switzerland
by UNITAR) Resource person for the Multi-stakeholders Consultation on the Public
Dec 2005 Debt Law.
Cambodia (Funded Consultant to the UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand
by UN-ESCAP) Management of public debt, external debt and Medium Term Fiscal
Feb 2006 Policy Framework.
Lao PDR (Funded by Consultant to the UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand
UN-ESCAP) Management of public debt and Medium Term Public Expenditure
Feb 2006 Framework.
Nepal (Funded by Consultant to the UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand
UN-ESCAP) Management of public debt, external debt and Medium Term Public
May 2006 Expenditure Framework.
Philippines (Funded Consultant to the Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines
by ADB, Manila) Preparation of Country Report on India, for the ADB Asian Development
Outlook. Attended Third Workshop on Asian Economic Outlook (AEO)
Every year for short
(5-9 Nov 1990), Fourth Workshop on AEO (28-31 Oct 1991), Fifth
term in 1990-1995,
Workshop on AEO (4-6 Nov 1992), Sixth Workshop on AEO (21-23 Oct
2000 and 2003
19930 and Seventh Workshop on AEO (26-28 Oct 1994), ADB, Manila.
India (Funded by External Consultant for UN-ESCAP, every year for short term in
UN-ESCAP) 1990-2006 (Country Report on India as inputs for the ESCAP Survey).
Thailand at the UN- Consultant for UN-ESCAP- For various period in 1995 (Privatisation
ESCAP Bangkok strategy), 1998 (FDI & technology transfer), 2002 (Globalisation and
(Funded by UN- Industrial Transformation), 2003 (Role of SMEs for poverty reduction),
ESCAP) 2004 (Social security, pension and insurance funds).
Switzerland (Funded Member, UNCTAD Ad-hoc Working Group on Non-Debt Creating
by UNCTAD) (short Financial Flows – preparation of a report of foreign investment policies
period in 1993-95) and strategy of India
Japan (Funded by Resource person for inter-governmental training on Official
UN-SIAP) Economic Statistics conducted at the UN Statistical Institute for Asia and
19-25 Aug 2007 Pacific at Chiba, Japan during 19-25 August 2007.
Ethiopia (Funded by Consultant to UN-ECA- Sept-Nov 1998, Privatisation in selected Asian
UN ECA) economies and lessons for Africa, UN Economic Commission for Africa,
Sept-Nov 1998 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
USA, IMF. (Funded Member, IMF Expert Group to finalize IMF Government Finance
by IMF) Statistics Manual 2001 (Feb 2002)
India (Funded by Deputy Adviser, UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project in India-
UNDP) May 1978 to Development, test and calibration of a multi-sectoral, multi-regional,
Sept 1982 multi-modal Transport Model for India.

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Annex-1:
Member of Indian Delegation and presentation of academic papers:

1. UNCTAD Ad-Hoc Working Group on Non-Debt Creating Financial Flows, Geneva, 1st
meeting (June 1993), 2nd meeting (Nov 1993) and Final meeting (Oct 1994).
2. Third Workshop on Asian Economic Outlook (AEO) (5-9 Nov 1990), Fourth Workshop on
AEO (28-31 Oct 1991), Fifth Workshop on AEO (4-6 Nov 1992), Sixth Workshop on AEO
(21-23 Oct 19930 and Seventh Workshop on AEO (26-28 Oct 1994), ADB, Manila.
3. UNCTAD Meeting on Mid-Term Global Review, UN, New York, 26 Sep-6 Oct 1995.
4. UNDP and Harvard Institute Workshop on Population Growth and Economic
Development, at Dhaka, Bangladesh, 22-25 April 1998.
5. UNDP and UNICEF Regional Workshop on the Public Expenditure on Basic Social
Services, at Bangkok, Thailand, 30 July-1 Aug 1998.
6. Workshop on Budget and the Economy, IMF Institute, Singapore, 15-30 Aug 1998.
7. Study Team on Economic Crisis, Asian Productivity Council, Tokyo, 15-18 Dec. 1998.
8. Forum on Sovereign Debt, World Bank, Washington D.C., 1-3 Nov. 1999.
9. Seminar on External Debt, IMF Institute, Singapore, 21-24 Mar 2000.
10. Workshop on Sovereign Debt, World Bank, Washington D.C., 28 March-4 April 2000.
11. Second UN Commission on Sustainable development, UN, New York, 24-28 April 2000.
12. Visits to Public Debt Offices of England and Ireland, 16-20 October 2000.
13. Workshop on Contingent Liabilities, World Bank, Washington D.C., 9-11 Nov 2000.
14. Expert Group Meeting on Revised GFS, IMF, Washington D.C., 5-9 February 2001.
15. Investors Role for Mitigation of Financial Crisis, IMF, Washington D.C., 5-7 Nov 2001.
16. Expert Group Meeting on Development Policies, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 10-12 Dec 2001.
17. Trade Policy Review Meeting, World Trade Organisation, Geneva, 19-21 June 2002.
18. Expert Group Meeting on Development Policies, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 9-11 Dec 2003.
19. Annual Conference of the Global Development Network, New Delhi, 21-25 January 2004.
20. Annual Conference of the Global Development Network, Dakar, Senegal, 22-26 Jan 2005.
21. Annual Conference of the World Trade Centre, Mumbai, India, 22 October 2005.
22. National Workshop on Capacity Building on External Debt Management, organised by UN-
ESCAP and the Government of Samoa, at Apia, Samoa, 20-22 August 2005.
23. Multi-stakeholders’ Consultation on Draft Law on Public Debt, organized by the UNITAR,
and the Ministry of Finance, Government of Indonesia, at Jakarta, Dec 2005.
24. Expert Group Meeting on Development Policies, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 9-11 Dec 2005.
25. Annual Conference 2005 of the Centre for Social Markets, U.K., New Delhi, Dec 2005.
26. International Conference on Globalization, organized by The Academy of International
Business, USA and IILM, New Delhi, 17-19 February 2006.
27. National Workshop on Capacity Building on External Debt Management, organized by the
UN-ESCAP and the MOF, Govt of Cambodia, at Phnom Penh, 20-22 Feb 2006.
28. National Workshop on Capacity Building on External Debt Management, organized by the
UN-ESCAP and the MOF, Govt of Lao PDR, at Vientiane, 24-25 February 2006.
29. National Workshop on Capacity Building on External Debt Management, organised by the
UN-ESCAP and the Ministry of Finance, Govt of Nepal at Katmandu, Nepal, May 2006.
30. International Seminar on Global Economic Environment, Malaysian Institute for Economic
Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 2006.
31. Regional Conference on Bond Markets, organized by UN-ESCAP, ADB and Bank of
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, 21-22 June 2007.
32. Lecturer for Training on Official Economic Statistics, UN-SIAP, Chiba, Japan, Aug 2007.

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33. Regional Workshop on MDG, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 16-17 October 2007.


34. International Seminar on 'Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Policy Performance in
Asia' by NCAER and East Asia Bureau of Economic Research, Delhi, 3-4 April 2008.

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Annex-2

Major Publications (in reverse chronological order) by Dr. Tarun Das

1. Development Management- Poverty, Inequality and Environment

1.1 Mainstreaming UN-MDGs in National Development Plans and Poverty Reduction and
Growth Strategy- Some Country Experiences from ESCAP, Part-1, pp.1-84, Part-2, pp.1-
78, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, June 2007.
1.2 Topics on Applied Econometrics and Income Distribution, Part-1, pp.1-210, and Part-2,
pp.1-55, Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, New Delhi, May 2007.
1.3 Economic and Social Cost Benefit Analysis and Project Review, pp.1-30, prepared for the
Ministry of Rural Development, Govt of India, New Delhi, March 2007.
1.4 An evaluation of the implementation of the Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in the
Uttar Pradesh in India, jointly with Ashish Bose, pp.1-50, IILM, Oct 2006.
1.5 Role of public policies and public institutions in market economy, pp.1-22, Centre for
Social Markets, Kolkata, 2005.
1.6 Dynamics of Population Ageing: How India can Respond, pp.1-18, UN-ESCAP,
Bangkok, December 2004.
1.7 Impact of Pro-Market Reforms on the Poor in India- an Assessment and Lessons for
Policy Makers, pp.1-40, Global Development Network, Washington D.C., June 2003.
1.8 Poverty and inequality in India–Trends and policy issues, pp.1-30, UN-ESCAP,
Bangkok, Oct. 2002.
1.9 Poverty and Environment- How to break the vicious circle? Pp.39-46, Annual Souvenir
of the Global Society for Protection of Human Rights, New Delhi, January 2000.
1.10 Social Burden on Indian Railways, submitted as a Member to the Working Group on
Social Burden of Indian Railways, Railway Board, New Delhi, Sept 1996.
1.11 Impact of reforms on productivity of the public sector enterprises in India, pp. 1-35, Asian
productivity Council, Tokyo, Sept 1994.
1.12 UNDP Human Development Index – Some Methodological Issues and Alternative
Measures, pp.1-30, UNDP, UN Plaza, New York, March 1993.
1.13 Pricing, productivity and competitiveness of Indian Steel industry, pp.269-292, in Indian
Industrialization, edited by Dr. Arun Ghosh, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 1992.
1.14 Trends and projections of rail and road goods and passenger traffic in India, pp.105-161,
in Transport Planning and Development, ed. V Mahajan, Deep & Deep, Delhi, 1991.
1.15 Perspective Planning for Transport Development, Planning Commission, New Delhi,
August 1988.
1.16 Economic Evaluation of Short Haul Air Services, Planning Commission, Jan 1988.
1.17 Economic Evaluation of Metro Rail Services in Delhi, Planning Commission, June 1987.
1.18 A multisectoral and multiregional transport model for India – database and calibration
techniques, pp.391-403, Environment and Planning (London), 15-A, 1983.
1.19 Inequality index with differences in inequality aversion for groups, Rivista
Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commercialli (Milan, Italy), vol.30, 1983.
1.20 Decompositions of inequality measures and a comparative analysis, jointly with Prof. A.
Parikh, pp.23-48, Empirical Economics (Vienna, Austria), vol.7, 1982.
1.21 Statistical interpretation and decomposition of Atkinson’s inequality index, pp.13-18,
Rivista di Mathematica per le Scienze Economiche e Socoali (Milan), 15(1), 1982.

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1.22 Decompositions of inequality measures and a comparative analysis, jointly with Prof. A.
Parikh, pp.23-48, Empirical Economics (Vienna, Austria), vol.7, 1982.
1.23 Decompositions of Atkinson’s measure of inequality, jointly with Prof. Ashok Parikh,
pp.171-178, Australian Economic Papers, vol.20 (36), June 1981.
1.24 Application of shift and share technique for forecasting regional and sectoral growth in
India in the Sixth Plan, pp.187-200, Indian Journal of Regional Science, 13(2), 1981.
1.25 An economic evaluation of investment on roads and road transport in India, Planning
Commission, New Delhi, WP No.18, pp.1-50, May 1980.
1.26 Choice of demographic units in analyzing the size distribution on income, pp.20-29,
Journal of Income and Wealth, 3 (1), 1978.

2. External Assistance, Budget Preparation and


Macroeconomic Management

2.1 Program Assessment Rating Tool- Methodology and Applications for Mongolia, pp.1-50,
ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance,
Mongolia, June 2008.
2.2 An Introduction to Program Budgeting, Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT)
and Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART), pp.1-36, ADB Capacity Building Project
on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, May 2008
2.3 Budget Performance Evaluation- Methodology and Systems, pp.1-55, ADB Capacity
Building Project on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, April 2008.
2.4 Medium Term Macro-economic forecasting and assessment of needs and financing gaps
for achieving UN-MDGs, pp.1-35, ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance
Reforms, Mongolia, March 2008.
2.5 Identification of Core and Non-core Functions for the Government of Mongolia and
Exploring Public Private Partnership for supply of public goods and services, pp.1-55,
ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, MOF, Govt of Mongolia,
Ulaanbaatar, February 2008.
2.6 Financial Planning- Part-1: Methodology, pp.1-34, and Part-2: Policies, pp.1-32, ADB
Capacity Building Projects on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Mongolia,
January 2008.
2.7 Benchmarks Setting and Best Practices for Output Costing and Output Budgeting- Part-1:
Basic Concepts, pp.1-31, and Part-2: Practical Applications for Mongolia, pp.1-36, ADB
Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, December 2007.
2.8 Accrual Accounting and Accrual Budgeting- Basic Concepts and Methodology, pp.1-43,
ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, October 2007.
2.9 Output Costing and Output Budgeting – Basic Concepts and Methodology, pp.1-51, ADB
Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, Sept 2007.
2.10 Official Economic statistics- Part-1 on Government Finance Statistics and Balance of
Payments Statistics, pp.1-70, and Part-2 on Monetary and Financial statistics and Multi–
Factor Productivity Measures, pp.1-62, UN-SIAP, Chiba, Japan, August 2007.
2.11 Strategic Business Plans and Governance Reforms, pp.1-74, ADB Capacity Building
Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Mongolia, July 2007.
2.12 Bridging research and policy- a case study of India, pp.14-15, GDN Research Monitor.
No.1, September 2006.
2.13 The impact of research on policy making: the case of labour market and external sector
reforms in India, BRP Brief Series, Global Development Network, April 2006.

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2.14 Financing International Cooperation behind National Borders- a Case Study for India,
pp.1-50, Office of Development Studies, UNDP, UN Plaza, New York. March 2006.
2.15 Management of External Debt- International Experiences and Best Practices, pp.1-46,
Best Practices series No.9, UNITAR, Geneva, January 2006.
2.16 Governance of Public Debt- International Experiences and Best Practices, pp.1-43, Best
Practices series No.10, UNITAR, Geneva, January 2006.
2.17 Public-Private Partnership for financing infrastructure in Asian economies- Scope,
Progress, Issues and Perspectives, pp.-1-30, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, December 2005.
2.18 Interlinkages between development research and policy planning- a case study on India,
pp.1-145, Global Development Network, World Bank, March 2005.
2.19 Role of services production and trade in Asia and Pacific- Problems and prospects,
pp.842-849, Proceedings of the Indian Economic Association Annual Conference
2004, December 2004.
2.20 Promoting resource-based export-oriented SMEs in Asia and the Pacific, pp.33-76,
Investment Promotion and Enterprise Development Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific,
ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok, Sept 2003.
2.21 General Agreement on Trade in Services – Implications for the Indian financial sector,
pp.6-14, Bima Vidya, Management Development Centre, LIC, Mumbai, July 2003.
2.22 An assessment of the services trade liberalization in India in the context of its
commitment to the WTO, pp.1-50, ICRIER, New Delhi, June 2003.
2.23 Off budget risks and their management, Chapter-3, Philippines - A Public Expenditure,
Procurement and Financial Management Review (PEPFMR), Report No. 24256-PH, A
Joint Document of The Philippines Govt, World Bank and ADB, April 30, 2003.
2.24 Economic Reforms in India- Rationale, Scope, Progress and Unfinished Agenda, pp.1-80,
published by the Bank of Maharashtra, Pune, India, February 2003.
2.25 Role of Agro-based and Resource-Based SMEs for Export Promotion and Poverty
Alleviation in ESCAP countries, pp.1-126, UN ESCAP,, Bangkok, January 2003.
2.26 Prepayment of expensive external debt of India, Expert Group Report, pp.1-40, Ministry
of Finance, New Delhi, Sept 2002.
2.27 Management of Public Debt in India, pp.85-110, in Accompanying Document to the
Guidelines for Public Debt Management, IMF, Washington, June 2002.
2.28 Management of Contingent Liabilities in Philippines- Policies, Processes, Legal
Framework and Institutions, pp.1-60, World Bank, Washington D.C., March 2002.
2.29 Implications of Globalization on Industrial Diversification in Asia, pp.ix+1-86, UN
ESCAP, Bangkok, UN Publications Sales No.E.02.II.F.52, December 2001.
2.30 External Sector Contingent Liability- a Case Study on India, jointly with Raj Kumar, Anil.
Bisen and M.R. Nair, pp.1-123, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, Jan 2001.
2.31 Sovereign Debt Management in India, pp.561-579, Sovereign Debt Management Forum:
Compilation of Presentations, World Bank, Washington, Dec 2000.
2.32 Economic and financial monitoring system and surveillance in India, pp.1-30, UN
ESCAP, Bangkok, December 1999.
2.33 Fiscal Policies for Management of External Capital Flows, pp. 194-207, in Corporate
External Debt Management, edited by Jawahar Mulraj, CRISIL, Bombay, Dec 1999.
2.34 Social security system in India – needs and policy issues, pp.1-40, UN ESCAP, Bangkok,
December 1999.
2.35 East Asian Economic Crisis and Lessons for External Debt Management, pp.77-95, in
External Debt Management, ed. by A. Vasudevan, RBI, Mumbai, April 1999.
2.36 Private Sector Development Programmes in Selected Asian Economies and Lessons for
Africa, pp.1-165, UN Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa, Nov. 1998.

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2.37 Foreign Investment- Technology Transfer- and Growth Nexus in Asian economies, pp.1-
158, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, Oct 1997.
2.38 Policies and Strategies for Promoting Private Sector’s Role in Industrial and
Technological Development in Asia, pp.1-171, ST/ESCAP/1696, UN, New York, 1996.
2.39 Reforms and liberalization of the financial sector in India- organizational structure, needs
and policy issues, pp.1-40, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, 1995.
2.40 Structural Reforms and Stabilization Policies in India – Rationale and Medium Term
Outlook, pp.20-56, in Economic Liberalization and its Impact, edited by SP Gupta,
Macmillan India Limited, Delhi, 1993.
2.41 Macro-economic Framework and Foreign Investment in India, WG on Investment and
Financial Flows, pp.1-75, TD/B/WG.1/Misc.3/ Add.3, UNCTAD, Geneva, 1993.
2.42 Monitoring and Projecting Budget Deficits of the Government – A Technical Note,
Ministry of Finance, pp.1-21, August 1990.