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SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES

IARNIW organizes conferences and seminars. So far 50 conferences/ seminars have been organized. The last conference was held at Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata during 15-16 March 2013.

The conference consists of technical sessions generally spread over two days. All the members are invited to attend the conferences. IARNIW provides a modest travel grant to members presenting papers in the conferences.

Some of the topics covered in the conferences held so far are, distribution of national income by factor shares; national balance sheet; public sector; regional accounts; half-yearly estimates of national income; capital formation saving uses of national accounts aggregates and components; inter-regional disparities in the purchasing power of rupee; measurement of land values; stock of precious metals and consumer durables; monetized and non-monetized transactions in the economy; asset formation at state level; estimates of unreported income; real indicators of development etc.

Biennial seminars were also held on selected themes where generally papers are invited from acknowledged experts in the field.

The seminars have been held on subjects like Indian economic growth; system of national accounts for developing countries; monitoring the current trends of the Indian economy; inter-sectoral flows and financing of capital formation in India; sectoral and regional variations and determinants thereof; public services in national consumption concept, evaluation and measurements; capital stock and consumption of fixed capital; System of National Accounts 1993 etc.

For the past few years the Association have been holding only annual conferences

 
List of Conferences /Seminars organised by the IARNIW
Conferences Seminars

Sl No.

Venue Year Sl No. Venue Year
1. Calcutta 1958 1. Pune 1962
2. Delhi 1960 2. Bhopal 1971
3. Bombay 1961 3. Mahabaleswar 1973
4. Bhopal 1963 4. Panchmari 1975
5. Ahmedabad 1966 5. Nainital 1977
6. Bangalore 1968 6. Trivandram 1979
7. Hyderabad 1970 7. Pune 1981
8. Lucknow 1972 8. Kodaikanal 1982
9. Ootacamand 1974 9. Pune 1984
10. Panaji 1976 10. Bhopal 1986
11. Shillong 1977 11. Lucknow 1988
12. Bangalore 1980 12. New Delhi 1991
13. Bhubaneswar 1982 13. Hyderabad 1993
14. Calcutta 1983 14. New Delhi (Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi) 1995
15. New Delhi 1985 15. Chandigarh 1997
16. Madras 1987 16. Delhi (17-19 December)
(IASRI, Library Avenue, New Delhi)
1999
17. Calcutta 1990 17. Pune (National Institute of Bank Management) 2001
18. Goregaon (Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research) 1992 18. Jaipur (16-18 Jan.)
(Staff Training Centre, Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur)
2003
19. Bangalore
Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Karnataka)
1994 19. Goa ( 1-3 December 2005), International Center, Dona Paula, Goa 2005
20. Calcutta
(Indian Institute of Management, Joka)
1996      
21. Delhi (16-20 November)
(International Conference, Claridges Hotel)
1998      
22. Pondicherry (1-4 Sept.)
(Hotel Mass, Pondicherry)
2000      
23. Guwahati, (8-10 November)
North Eastern Institute of Bank Management
2002      
24. Ooty (7-9 November 2004) 2004      
25. Bhubaneshwar (15-16 Dec 2006) 2006      
26. Dehradun (10-11 January 2008) 2007      
27. ISEC, Bangalore (27-29 November 2008) 2008      
28. CDS, Trivandrum (8-9 January 2010) 2009      
29. CESS, Hyderabad (11-12 March 2011) 2010      
30. Puducherry (15-16 March 2012) 2011      
31. ISI, Kolkata (15-16 March 2013) 2012      
           
 

Annual Conference of IARNIW in collaboration with Indian Statistical Institute, at Platinum Jubilee Hall, ISI, Kolkata during 15-16 March 2013
List of Sessions and Paper

Date: 15.3.2013

     

SESSION I: NATIONAL ACCOUNTS (NA)

   
  Chairman: Dr. Pronab Sen
Discussants: Dr. A C Kulshreshtha, Shr Pratap Narain & Shri R P Katyal

Authors of papers at NA1, NA2, NA7 & NA9 will present their papers and the rest of the papers will be discussed

NA1 Estimates of Net Domestic Products in India: Some Unresolved Issues in National Accounts Manoj Kumar Sanyal and Panchanan Das  
NA2 Estimation of Savings for the Private Corporate Sector at Quarterly Intervals Anujit Mitra and Ujwala Kelkar  
NA3 Producer Price Index - Issues and Perspective A. B. Chakraborty, Nivedita Banerjee and Abhiman Das Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
NA4 Estimates of Gross Value added per worker from the NSS Unorganized Enterprises Surveys of service sector S V Ramana Murthy Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
NA5 Improving GDP Estimation of The Public Health Services In India: A Resource Utilization Efficiency Approach Suparna Pal
Subhendu Chakrabarti
Pratap Narain
NA6 Need for a focused Input-Output Survey for constructing Input Output Table of Indian Economy A.C.Sharma and
Ramesh Kolli
Pratap Narain
NA7 Estimation of Private Final Consumption Expenditure in India: Issues regarding Data Availability and Validation Anindita Sinharay  
NA8 Estimation of Gross Value Added by the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises of India from ASI and NSS unit data: an Industry Level Analysis Avishek Chanda R P Katyal
NA9 Construction of Monthly GDP data for the Indian Economy Sanjib Bordoloi  
NA10 Local Body Accounts – Conceptual and Methodological Issues Mrinal Bhaumik and Neha Kalra R P Katyal
NA11 An Alternative Approach for Estimating Valued Added in Unorganised Banking and Insurance Industry Anindita Sinharay Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
NA12 Contribution of Insurance Corporation in India Anindita SinhaRay, S.S.Jakhar,
Bharti Gautam
Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
NA13 Estimating Gross State Domestic Product at Market Prices Deepak Sethia
 
Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
NA14 Issues Regarding Estimation of Gross Value Added in case of Cooperative Credit Societies Anindita SinhaRay, S.S.Jakhar, Bharti Gautam R P Katyal
NA15 Estimation of capital Formation and Incremental Capital Output Ration in Uttar Pradesh (2004-05--2009-10) Arvind Kumar Tewari R P Katyal
NA17 Trade and Transport Margins in National Accounts R P Katyal Pratap Narain
NA18 DOMESTIC PRODUCTBYGENDERIN THE FRAMEWORK OF 2008 SNA A C Kulshreshtha Pratap Narain
 

SESSION: II SATELLITE ACCOUNT (SA)

   
  Chairman: Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
Discussants: S V Ramana Murthy

Papers at SA1 by S V Ramana Murthy and SA3 by Pratap Narain will be presented by the authors and the rest of the papers will be discussed

SA1 Framework and Tourism Satellite Account of India, 2009-10 Ramesh Kolli, Poonam Munjal and Amit Sharma  
SA2 Satellite Account of NPIs in Uttarakhand Survey Results & Improvements for Capturing Volunteerism Pankaj naithani,
Trilok Singh Anna,
Sashi Kant Giri,
Pratap Narain
SA3 Satellite Account for Food Balances Pratap Narain  
SA4 Approach to Compile Regional Tourism Satellite Accounts – Experience from the State TSAs of Kerala and Madhya Pradesh, 2009-10 Ramesh Kolli,
Poonam Munjal and
Amit Sharma
S V Ramana Murthy
SA5 Education Satellite Accounts S V Ramana Murthy Pratap Narain
SA6 Health Satellite Accounts S V Ramana Murthy Pratap Narain
 
Date: 16.3.2013      
SESSION: III PAPERS ON POVERTY, WELL BEING AND LABOUR (PW)
  Chairman: Prof. Dipankar Coondoo
Discussants: G C Manna, Prof P K Chaubey
PW1 The Trend of Regional Growth and Disparity in the Major States of India
 
Asoke Chatterjee, Pronita Pegu Saikia To be Presented by auhtors
PW2 Regional Inequalities in Human Development in India MADHUSUDAN GHOSH To be presented by authors
PW3 Dynamics of Rural Labour Markets: Evidence from Longitudinal Panel Data in India A Amarender Reddy G C Manna
PW4 Employment Probabilities and Salary Expectations of Engineering Graduates in Delhi: An Empirical Study
 
Pradeep Kumar Choudhury G C Manna
PW5 Wage Share, Labour Productivity and Unit labour Cost in West Bengal : An Assessment of Labour Market Stickiness and Regional Competitiveness in the Era of Globalisation Dr. Tushar Das G C Manna
PW6 Work participation and engagement in public works in rural areas – a study based on NSS P C Mohanan G C Manna
PW7 Comprehensive Wealth and Sustainability: the Case of India Surender Kumar  
PW8 The Pursuit of Happiness Subrata Dhar Prof P K Chaubey
PW9 Access to Basic Amenities: Aspects of Caste, Ethnicity and Poverty in Rural and Urban India - 1993 to 2008-09 Arjun Kumar Prof P K Chaubey
PW10 Poverty Accounts and Measurements in India: Some Criticisms M.VADIVEL
Dr.S.PONNARASU
Prof P K Chaubey
PW11 Levels of Human Development in Uttarakhand: District Level Measures of HDI with Technical Notes & Analysis PANKAJ NAITHANI Prof P K Chaubey
PW12 Quality and diversity of Health Care facilities in Rural West Bengal Arun K Sengupta Prof P K Chaubey
PW13 Dimensions of Well being T V Sharma
 
Prof P K Chaubey
 

SESSION: IV PAPERS ON ECONOMIC ANALYSIS (EA)

 
  Chairman: Dr Pronab Sen
Discussants: A B Chakraborty and KGK Subba Rao

Papers EA1, EA2, EA3 & EA9 will be presented by authors and rest of the papers will be discussed

EA1 Index of Capacity Utilisation in Indian Manufacturing Sector Angshuman Hait and
Rosin Paul
 
EA2 Sources of Growth and Structural Change in Input Output System in India: Estimating Temporal Leontief Inverse Panchanan Das  
EA3 Elasticity of Direct Taxes in India: An Analysis Dr. Monica Singhania
Chandan Karki
 
EA4 Credit-Deposit Ratios of Scheduled Commercial Banks and States’ Income: An Examination of Dependencies through Panel Data Approach Amarjit Singh Sethi and Anu Bajaj A B Chakraborty
EA5 Increasing negative net income from abroad with increasing net import poses some questions on the performance of an economy DILIP KUMAR SINHA A B Chakraborty
EA6 small farmers in India: challenges and opportunities M.ELANGOVAN &
Dr. C.A. PAARI
 
A B Chakraborty
EA7 Structure and Growth Aspects of Large Scale Industries in West Bengal: Some Results with ASI Data DR. ANINDITA SENGUPTA
DR. PANCHANAN DAS
A B Chakraborty
EA8 Co-operative Banking and Rural Development in Punjab – An Examination of Interdependencies through Canonical Correlation Approach Amarjit Singh Sethi and Sanjeev Kumar A B Chakraborty
EA9 Growth Accounting Analysis in India with Specific Reference to the Economies of Punjab and Haryana Amarjit Singh Sethi and Supreet Kaur  
EA10 MONETARY POLICY, CAPITAL FLOWS AND EXCHANGE RATE IN INDIA
 
Harinam Singh KGK Subba Rao
PA11 AN ANALYSIS OF TRENDS IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVIL SERVICE PENSION EXPENDITURE IN INDIA Ayanendu Sanyal
Dr. K. Gayithri
Dr. S. Erappa
KGK Subba Rao
EA12 THE INFLATION AND INDIAN ECONOMY M. Saravanan
Dr. C.A. Paari
KGK Subba Rao
EA13 Food Inflation in India Dr. Smt. Mukta S. Adi
Guruprasad Ganeshkar
KGK Subba Rao
EA14 SOME OBSERVATIONS ON
GSDP-EXPENDITURE IMBALANCE IN BIHAR
J. K. SINHA KGK Subba Rao
 

Annual Conference of IARNIW in collaboration with Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Puducherry at Hotel Green Palace, 15-16 March 2012
List of Sessions and Paper (15.03.2012)

Sl. No.

Title

Author

SESSION A: Papers on National/Regional Accounts Estimation

Chairman: Pratap Narain || Discussants: R P Katyal & Dr. A C Kulshreshtha

1.

Issues in Preparing Back Series of State Income with Base Year 2004-05: Challenges for State Bureaus

Deepak Sethia and Ravindra H. Dholakia

2.

Estimating Urban and Rural Incomes in Gujarat, 1993-94 to 2004-05

Ravindra H. Dholakia and Manish B. Pandya

3.

Economic Performance of Airport Sector in India in 2010-11 

Anindita Sinharay &  S.S.Jakhar

4.

Estimation of Fixed Capital Stock: A Comparative Analysis for Punjab and Haryana States

Amarjit Singh Sethi and Supreet Kaur

5.

Estimation of Rural and Urban Net Domestic Product in Uttar Pradesh

Ajit Kumar Singh and Arvind Kumar Tewari

6.

Coverage of NPISH in National Accounts of India- Some Issues

Ashish Kumar, Reena singh  and Naresh Kumar

7. Methodology of FISIM Compilation N. Eagambaram & S S Jakhar
8. An Approach to compile Quarterly estimates of Savings T Rajeswari
9. How valid is the Industry Technology assumption for conversion of Supply Use Table (SUT) to Symmetric Input Output Transaction Table (SIOTT)? : A case study of Indian Economy A C Sharma
     
SESSION B : Special Session on Recommendations of SNA 2008 By Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
SESSION B1 : Sectorisation in the System of National Accounts , 2008 By Dr. K G K SubbaRao
     
SESSION: C Data Base Papers  Chairman: Dr. Pronab Sen || Discussants: Dr. S L Shetty and KGK SubbaRao
1. Measurement of output of public enterprises Anindita Sinharay& S. S. Jakhar
2. A Critical Assessment of the Index of Industrial Production Data in India Raj Rajesh and Naveen Kumar
3. Private Corporate Sector – Issues and Concerns T. Rajeswari
4. Revisiting Growth Scenario Dr S L Shetty
5. Analysis of Inter-Sectoral Linkages in Indian Economy Samir Kumar Das
6. Service Sector Index for India Arti Sinha, Indrajit Roy and Seema Saggar
7. Potential Output Growth Rate in India – Measurement, Impact and Determinants Bichitrananda Seth, Rakesh Kumar
     
SESSION D :  Dimensions of Well Being and Measurement of Real Output in Health and Education  Chairman: Dr Pronab Sen || Discussants: Dr S Durai Raju, S V R Murthy
1. Regional Convergence in Education, Health and Human Well-being in India Madhusudan Ghosh
2. Inter-Regional Gaps in Nutritional Intake in India: An Evidence through Cluster Analysis Approach Amarjit Singh Sethi and  Ritu Pandhi
3. Structural Determinants of Well Being in Rural West Bengal: Logit Estimation of District Effect Panchanan Das and Dipankor Coondoo
4. Health Accounts T V Sharma
5. Application of Health Accounts Framework to Resource Flows for HIV / AIDS: A District Level Analysis in India Vinod.B. Annigeri
6. Socio-Economic condition and health status of Textile Industrial worker in Coimbatore Region M. Vadivel and S.Ponnarasu
7. Well-being in Human Development Framework: Constituents and Aggregation Prof. P K Chaubey
     
SESSION E : Other Research Papers
Chairman: Dr Pronab Sen || Discussants: Dr S Durai Raju, S V R Murthy
1. Balance of Payments Constrained and Economic Growth in India- An Application of Vector Error Correction Mechanism Dr. (Mrs.) Paramjit Nanda and Dr. Sandeep Kaur
2. Are Indian States Converging on Public Expenditure? An Empirical Evidence Amarjit Singh Sethi and Baljit Kaur
3. Sources of Agricultural Productivity Growth in Orissa: A District Level Analysis A. Amarender Reddy
4. What Determines Household Expenditure on Engineering Education? Findings from Delhi, India Pradeep Kumar Choudhury
5. Economic Reform ,Unit Cost of Labor and Competitiveness Arun K Sen Gupta
6. Economic Liberalisation and Balance of Trade Scenario of India :A decomposition analysis Arun K .Sen Gupta
7. Indian Service sector: During the Era of Economic reforms and GATS Hanagodimath and Dyamanna Manakatti
8. Youth Tourism in India Poonam Munjal
9. Cost effectiveness ,equity and efficiency of Public Distribution System An “Across the States of India“ Study Arun K. Sen Gupta
     
Other Papers and Concluding Session
1. Working Paper on the Sampling Design of ASI by Soumya Chakrabor
2. An Overview of Indian Corporate Sector Database at MCA by Dr. Pankaj Srivastava
3. MEASUREMENT OF RURAL HOUSEHOLD DEBT IN INDIA – A NOTE ON THE ALL-INDIA DEBT AND INVESTMENT SURVEY by Pallavi Chavan
4. India Data Base Forum - A Proposal by S L Shetty
5. Assessment of Private Demand in India through Expenditure Side of GDP by Rakesh Kumar
6. On Recommendations of 2008 SNA- Changes from 1993 SNA by Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
 

Annual Conference of IARNIW in collaboration with Centre for Economic and Social Studies and Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Andhra Pradesh at CESS campus, Hyderabad, 11-12 March 2011
(List of Sessions and Papers presented in Hyderabad Conference)

Sl. No.

Title

Author

SESSION: A Measurement of Output of Education & Health
Chairman Prof. B B Bhattacharya || Discussants: Pratap Narain

1.

Analysis of Social Sector Spending across States over Time in India

Dr Aditya Kumar Patra

2. Health Care Output: A Framework towards Measurement Subhendu Chakrabarti
3. Public expenditure on health in Karnataka: Recent trends Sheshagiri.B
4. Determinants of demand for health insurance in urban Andhra Pradesh: a socio-economic analysis Yellaiah Dr. J. Srinivasan
5. Health and Educations accounts Tarunbala
6. An Improvement to Labour Input Method: The Case of Health Care Service Suparna Pal
     

SESSION B : Poverty, Inequality and Growth
Chairman: Prof Manoj Panda || Discussants: Dr G K Mitra

1. Differential Inequalities in Calorie Intake among Indian States: Evidence From Different Rounds of NSS Amarjit Singh Sethi and Ritu Pandhi
2. Inclusive Growth, Employment and Poverty in Rural India Madhusudan Gosh
3. Relative Measures of Poverty and Inequality in India: Disparities by States, Religions and Social Groups Panchanan Das
4. Interstate comparison of domestic products: A Special Reference to Himalayan States Pankaj Naithani
5. Impact of Growth of Infrastructure Sectors on the growth of Gross State Domestic Product at Regional Level Savita Sharma, Reena Singh and Naresh Kumar
     
     
SESSION C : External Transactions, Consumption, Savings and Investment
Chairman: Dr R B Barman || Discussants: Dr. K G K Subba Rao (1 to 3) and Dr. Ramachandra Rao (other papers)
1. The External Sector And India’s Economic Growth-An Empirical Analysis. Ratan Kumar Ghosal
2. Forex Intensity : Concept and Its Estimates for Various Sectors in India Tushar Das and Arun SenGupta
3. India’s Agricultural Sector: Investment and Productivity A K Tripathi
4. Household Debt and Investment Surveys with reference to National Accounts K.G.K. Subba Rao
5. Can the New Pension Scheme for Central Government Civil Servants be Successful? Ayanendu Sanyal
6. The complementarity of private consumption and government consumption in India Rakesh Kumar

Presentation on the State Strategic Statisitcal Plan (SSSP) from Andhra Pradesh by Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Governemnt of AP

     
SESSION D : Measurement Issues of National Accounts
Chairman: Dr A. C. Kulshreshtha || Discussants: Shri R.P. Katyal
1.

National Accounts Statistics – Issues and Concerns

Pratap Narain

2.

Index of Service Production and National accounts

S V Ramana Murthy

3.

Issues on Measurement of Value Added from Banking and Insurance Sector

K S Ramachandra Rao

4.

Measuring Migrants’ Remittances and Disposable Income in Regional Accounts

Chinmay Tumbe

     
SESSION E : Measuring Informal Economy, labour input and capital input
Chairman: Prof. K L Krishna || Discussants: Dr. S. L. Shetty (Papers 1 to 6)
1. Share of Informal sector and Informal Employment in GDP and Employment Ramesh Kolli and Anindita Sinharay
2. Unorganized manufacturing in India: Some Spatial-Sectoral trends Suresh Babu M Narendra Jena and Rajesh Raj S N
3. Informal Employment by Institutional Sectors and Activities in India Ramesh Kolli and Anindita Sinharay
4. Under-employment and Work among Women in Rural Andhra Pradesh A. Amarender Reddy and Praduman Kumar
5. Locked in low-skill equilibrium? Trends in labour supply and demand in India Jayan Jose Thomas
6. GFCF in Household sector break-up between Consumers and Enterprises Ramesh Kolli and Anindita Sinharay
7. Measuring Labor Input for Indian Economy- A Sectoral Perspective Dr Suresh Agarwal
8. Measuring Capital Input for Indian Economy- A Sectoral Perspective Dr Deb Kusum Das
     
SESSION F : National Accounts
Chairman: R. P. Katyal || Discussants: Dr. N. Eagambaram and GSN Murthy
1. Issues in the Compilation of GDP of Registered Manufacturing Sector Ramesh Kolli, A.C. Sharma and L.S. Deswal
2. Contribution of Railways in National Accounts Anindita Sinharay
3. Challenges of Implementing SNA 2008 in India T. Rajeswari
4. Integrated Economic Statistics for Implementing 2008 SNA Dr. A C Kulshreshtha
5. Conceptual issues for measuring domestic product and final consumption expenditure of general government sector G S N Murthy
 

List of Papers (Thiruvananthapuram Conference)

Session

Topic and Chapter reference

Chairman

Discussants

1.

B. Estimation of Saving, Capital Formation and Assets

Prof. B. B. Bhattacharya

R. P. Katyal

2.

D: Corporate and Public Sector

Dr. R. B. Barman

K. S. R. Rao

3.

F: Studies on National Accounts Statistics

Prof K N Nair

Dr. Eagambaram

4.

C: Estimation of Value Added by Industry

R. P. Katyal

Pratap Narain

5.

E: Regional Accounts and Welfare

CDS

Dr. Biswa Swarup Misra (Papers E1 to E 4)
J S Venkateswarulu (Papers E 5 to E 7)

6.

A. Measurement of Inflation

Deepak Mohanty

A. K. Tripathi
(Papers A2 to A7)
Pratap Narain (Paper A.1)

 

Topic A. Measurement of Inflation

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

A

1.

Understanding the Price – Production Puzzles in the Indian Economy

A. K. Tripathi

RBI, New Delhi

A

2.

Measurement of price differentials

Sanjay Kumar and Naresh Kumar

CSO

A

3.

Estimation of Inflation with Higher Frequency and its Usefulness for Now casting

Joice John, Sanjay Singh and Sanjoy Bose

RBI

A

4.

Constant-price Value Added and Sectoral shares

Madhusudan Dutta

Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedabad.

A

5.

The dynamics of Inflation in India : Co integration and causality

Panchanan Das

Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata

A

6.

Provisional and Final Index Numbers of WPI

Dr. M. S. Kapadia

Economic Research India Ltd

A

7.

Measurement of Inflation in India: Issues and Associated Challenges for the Conduct of Monetary Policy

G.  V Nadhanael and Sitikantha Pattanaik

RBI
 

 

Topic B. Estimation of Saving, Capital Formation and Assets

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

B

1.

An Enquiry into Direct Estimation of Household Saving from Household Surveys

K. G. K. Subba Rao

 

B

2.

Concept and Method of Ascertaining Assets of rural households

Subhendu Chakrabarti

ISI, Kolkata

B

3.

Investment in New Pucca Residential Building Construction: An Approach to Estimate in Indian Context

Joice John and Abhiman Das

RBI
 

B

4.

Annual Corporate Statistics in RBI and Estimating Saving and Capital Formation in Private Corporate Business Sector

Pardeep Maria, Angshuman Hait and Ramesh Jangili

RBI

B

5.

New Accounting Standard and the Measurement of Private Corporate Sector’s Saving

Seema Saggar and Ujwala K. Kelkar

RBI

B

6.

Estimation of gross fixed capital formation by industry for household sector

Ramesh Kolli,
T. Rajeswari, and
Aninidita Sinharay

CSO

 

Topic C: Estimation of Value Added by Industry

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

C

1.

Measurement of output of trade

Ramesh Kolli

CSO

C

2.

Proposals for estimating value added for manufacturing in the new series

N. Eagambaram, J. S. Venkateswarlu and L. S. Deswal

CSO
 

C

3.

An alternative approach to estimating value added of unregistered manufacturing

Aninidita Sinharay and Savita Sharma

CSO

C

4.

Estimation of value added of services of owner occupied dwellings from the user cost approach

T. Rajeswari

CSO

C

5.

Ratio for Accounting Contribution to Various Sector’s Share of Livestock Feed: A case study of Hills of Uttarakhand

Rajiv Pandey and Jawaid Ashraf,

Indian Council of Forestry Research & Education
Dehradun
 

 

Topic D: Corporate and Public Sector

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

D

1.

Role of autonomous institutions in National Accounts

G. S. N. Murthy

CSO

D

2.

Role of Local Body Accounts in National Accounts

G. S. N. Murthy

CSO

D

3.

Treatment of R&D expenditures in National Accounts

Dr. N. Eagambaram, J. S. Venkateswarlu, and S. S. Jakhar

CSO

D

4.

Research and Development Expenditure in Private Corporate Business Sector – Possible Treatment in National Accounts Statistics

Angshuman Hait and Ramesh Jangili

RBI

D

5.

Issues in Measuring GDP of Health Care Service in India in the Standard National Accounts Framework

Suparna Pal

CDS, Trivandrum

D 6.

Estimating PFCE at State level

Savita Sharma and Janardan Yadav

CSO

 

Topic E: Regional Accounts and Welfare

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

E

1.

Measurement of Welfare

K. G. K. Subba Rao

 

E

2.

Regional Economic Growth and Inequality in India during Pre- and Post-Reform Periods

Madhusudan Ghosh

Professor of Economics, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan-731235.

E

3.

Gender Discrimination in Education and Economic Development

Raj Rajesh

Reserve Bank of India, Patna

E

4.

Liberalisation and Net Resource Cost (Saving)

Arun K. Sengupta, Tushar Das

 

E

5.

Income disparity at regional level

Savita Sharma, Naresh Kumar and Reena Singh

CSO

E 6.

Growth and Structural Patterns in State Economies during 1999-00 to 2007-08

Rajiv Sharma

CSO

E 7.

Changing Dimensions of India’s Growth Process: A State Level Analysis

Dr. Biswa Swarup Misra

Associate Professor Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, Orissa

 

Topic F: Studies on National Accounts Statistics

Topics

S. No

Title

Author

Address

F

1.

Growth and Volatility of Indian Economy

Dr. Ratan Kumar Ghoshal

Professor of Economics, Deptt. of Commerce, University of Calcutta

F

2.

Scope for Industrialisation in Odisha : An Inter-Sectoral Analysis

Aditya Kumar Patra

Lecturer in Economics, Kalinga Mahavidyalaya, G. Udayagiri, Kandhamal, Orissa-762100

F

3.

Tracking the Flow of Resources in Education Sector : An Application of System of Education Accounts

Mahesh.E

Research Associate, Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Mangalore University

F

4.

Corporate Sector in national accounts

Ramesh Kolli

CSO

F

5.

Some Dynamic Aspects of Net Domestic Product in India - A Sectoral Analysis

Amarjit Singh Sethi & Gurwinder Kaur

Professor & Research Student, Punjab School of Economics, GND University, Amritsar

F 6.

Indian GDP and Inflation

DR. G. Ramesh Babu

Lecturer In Commerce, S. S. R. J. COLLEGE, Khammam 507 003

 

List of papers presented at the Bangalore Conference in November 2008

Sr. No

Title Author(s)
1. National Transfer Accounts M R Narayana, ISEC
2. On estimates of saving and investment of the household sector KGK Subba Rao
3. Measurement of Capital Services in Administrative Departments of the Government Naresh Kumar, T. Rajeswari and Anindita Sinha Ray
4. Capital formation at state level T. Rajeswari, Anindita Sinha Ray and Harihar Sahoo
5. Alternative estimates of construction T. Rajeswari & Amit Kamal
6. Measurement of capital stock, depreciation and wealth T. Rajeswari
7. Treatment of defence expenditures G S N Murthy
8. Capital formation in Punjab and Haryana Dr. Amarjit Singh Sethi and Sunaina,
9. Saving Behaviour In India [1990-2005]: An Empirical Study Dr. Mahalaya Chatterjee and others
10. Estimation of capital formation in Karnataka DES, Karnataka
11. Accounts of local bodies R.K.Khurana and G.S.N.Murthy
12. Accounts of local bodies R.K.Khurana, J. S. Venkateswarlu
and S.S. Jakhar
13. Cross classification by industry and institutions T.Rajeswari and S.K.Gupta
14. Survey on frame of NPIs – important findings Dr.Savita Sharma, Anjana Dube and Reena Singh
15. Annual Supply and Use Table of India for
2003-04 and subsequent years
A C Sharma
16. Treatment of Public Private Partnerships(PPPs)
in National Accounts
R.K.Khurana, J.S.Venkateswarlu and S.S. Jakhar
17. Proposed Changes in the New Series of National Accounts (Base Year 2004-05) In respect of agriculture and livestock sectors P. Bhanumati
18. Workforce estimates for new series Ramesh Kolli, Savita Sharma and Anindita Sinha Ray
19. Labour inputs in National Accounts Sanjay Kumar
20. An assessment of Recent type studies to fill data gaps and update the rates /ratios used for estimation of GDP Dr.Savita Sharma, Janardan Yadav, Anjana Dube and Reena Singh
21. Private Final Consumption Expenditure–some measurement issues Dr. Savita Sharma and Janardan Yadav
22. Prices of selected agricultural commodities and price margins at different points of sale Dr G M Bhupathi and P. Bhanumathi
23. Estimates of Livestock feed from forest for integration into system of national accounts – a case study of lower Himalayas Rajiv Pandey and Alok Mishra,
24. Measurement issues in service sectors-An Analysis Dr.Savita Sharma and Rajiv Sharma
25. Issues relating to estimates of SDP and related aggregates in private organised sector DES, Orissa
26. Retention of growth in rebasing back series DES, Arunachal Pradesh
27. Do the IIP data move along other coincident macro variables? A. K. Tripathi and D. Biswas
28. An empirical investigation on inter-sectoral linkages in India Gunjeet Kaur, Sanjib Bordoloi and Raj Rajesh
29. Global Poverty Estimates – subjectivity wrapped in dispute inside confusion Sanjay Kumar and N K Sharma
30. National Income Deflators & Explicit Price Indices Dr M. S. Kapadia
31. Nexus between Growth, Infrastructure and Poverty in India Dr Savita Sharma
32. Cross State differentials in poverty and inequality in India Dr. R. K. Ghosal,
33. Regional disparity and increasing returns in manufacturing industries in India Dr. Panchanan Das
34. Are Rural Poor benefited from economic growth? Evidence from Indian States Mr. V.R. Hegde
35. Secondary effects of rise of prices of petroleum products on inflation Dr. Vidya Dhar
36. Foreign direct investment and economic growth in India after globalisation: A causality Analysis Pabitra Kumar Jena
37. Monetary and Financial sector reforms in India since 1991 Harnam Singh
38. Inter-country variations in economic welfare and economic costs and their relation with economic development: some evidence from 58 countries Dr Naveen Sharma
39. Reclassify Economic Activities of National Income for Deriving Measures of Economic Welfare and Economic Cost Dr. Naveen Sharma
40. Slowdown in income and structural changes in UP: Causes and consequences Dr. M. K. Agarwal,
41. Pattern of interdependence and structure of linkage in the post liberalisation era in the Indian Economy By Arun K Sen Gupta and Tushar Das
42. Import Intensity of export Dr Mahua Paul, Prof T P Bhat,
D K Ojha
 

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