Occasional Papers

No. Title Author(s) View / Download
01  Competing for the Indian Market : Local Firms vs MNCs  Aneel Karnani

02  Foreign Direct Investment in India : Facts and Issues  B. Bhattacharya & Satinder Palaha
03  Regional Trade Enhancement: SAPTA and Beyond  B. Bhattacharya & Vijaya Katti
04  Towards Economic Integration through Regional Trade Blocs  Satinder Palaha & H.L. Sharma
05  Duty Free Access to India within SAPTA Framework  B. Bhattacharya & Somasri Mukhopadhyay
06  India’s Trade Liberalization since 1991 : A Statistical Appraisal  B. Bhattacharya, Somasri Mukhopadhyay & B. K. Panda
07  Indian Garments Industry in the Post-MFA period  Satinder Bhatia
08  Impact of Economic Reforms on India’s Major Exports : Policy Guidelines  H.A.C. Prasad
09  Intellectual Property Rights in the present Indian context  Shahid Ali Khan
10  India’s competitiveness in export of Garments in the MFA Phase-out and Post-MFA Phase-out Periods  H. Ashok Chandra Prasad
11  Democracy and Human Rights  Justice P.N. Bhagwati
12  Currency Turmoil in South East and East Asia : Impact on India’s Exporters  B. Bhattacharya
13  Chinese Response to Asian Economic Crisis : Implications for India’s Trade  B. Bhattacharya
14  Trade and Environment issue in the WTO Indian Experience  B. Bhattacharyya & L.D. Mago
15  Advent of EURO : Implications for India  B. Bhattacharyya & Vinayak N. Ghatate
16  Non-Tariff Measures on India’s Exports  B. Bhattacharyya
17  Export Product Diversification in the US Market  B. Bhattacharyya & Prithwis K. De
18  Export Performance : Increasing Competitiveness through New Sources of Productivity Growth  B. Bhattacharyya
19  Dispute Settlement System Under World Trade Organization  Sumitra Chishti
20  Impact of WTO on Marketing Cooperatives  B. Bhattacharyya
21  Food Trade, Trade Flows and Trade Policies : A comparative analysis of World and India  Sunitha Raju & Tamanna Chaturvedi
22  Rules of Origin under Generalized system of Preferences as a Market Access Barrier to Indian Textiles and Clothing Exports : With Special Reference to US and EU Markets  K. Rangarajan
23  Development of an Enduring Involvement Scale Using Flow Concept in Hypermedia Computer Mediated Environments  Anshu Saxena & D. P. Kothari
24  A Review of India-Srilanka Trade Cooperation  Biswajit Nag
25  ASEAN-India FTA: Emerging Issues for Trade in Agriculture  Sunitha Raju

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The major objective of the Centre has been to provide research and analytical support on a continuous basis to the Department of Commerce on identified issues pertaining to the World Trade Organization. In addition, it is also tasked to carry out research activities, bring out Publications on WTO related subjects, carry out Outreach & Capacity Building programmes by organizing seminars, workshops, subject specific meetings etc., and to be a repository of important WTO documents in its Trade Resource Centre.

Recognising the role of innovations, R&D and technology for the growth and competitiveness of trade and industry in a knowledge based economy, the Centre for International Trade and Technology (CITT) has been set up in 2001 at IIFT with the active technical and financial support of Ministry of Science & Technology, DSIR, GoI. The CITT primarily aims to promote the technology business through policy research, capacity building, dissemination of information and networking and collaborations.

The model envisaged for the SME Centre reinforces IIFT’s basic philosophy of integrating research and training for the benefit of the SMEs with a special focus on Internationalisation of SMEs. This will be complementary to the current activities of other Institutions in this regard. The center plays a pivot role of knowledge partner in all its activities to provide and disseminate the latest developments affecting the sector.