Economic Integration and External Shocks: Modeling Outcomes for India

This project formed an integral part of an undertaking by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to study the impact of trade policy changes and other changes in the international economic environment on economic growth, agriculture and other sectors, employment and wages, poverty alleviation and income distribution in India and other large developing countries. The research on India was funded by the William Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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start date
1 June 2006
end date
30 June 2007


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Sherman Robinson

Honorary Associate