EVENTS

27th International Input-Output Association Conference

June 30 - July 5, 2019

Glasgow, Scotland


The E3-India team presented a series of papers highlighting the depth and breadth of the E-3 India model. The team shared early results from new research aimed at evaluating the socio-economic outcomes of meeting India's Nationally Determined Commitments under the Paris Accord. Initial results reveal overall positive impacts at the national level, but also underscore the adverse social impacts in coal-bearing states already identified as climate hotspots. The research forms a crucial foundation for the development of effective state level climate policy in India.

ABSTRACTS

Introduction to the
E3-India model

PRESENTERS:
Unnada Chewpreecha, Cambridge Econometrics
Hector Pollitt, Cambridge Econometrics

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Mapping effectiveness of Indian COP24 commitments towards low carbon climate resilient sustainable growth trajectory for India

PRESENTERS:
Surabhi Joshi, Regulatory Assistance Project
Kakali Mukhopadhyay, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Science and McGill University

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Estimating welfare impacts of de-facto and de-jure state transfers towards financial inclusion across Indian households

PRESENTERS:

Partha Pratim Ghosh, Department of Economics, St. Xavier’s College
Kakali Mukhopadhyay, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Science and McGill University

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ABOUT E3-INDIA

E3-India is a collaborative initiative by the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) and Cambridge Econometrics (CE).

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