Unité mixte de recherche 7235

L’Inde à l’ère de la mondialisation financière

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Le Programme Franco-Indien de la Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et EconomiX, unité de recherche CNRS et Université Paris 10-Nanterre vous invitent à participer au Colloque:

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Maison des Sciences des l’Homme
54, Boulevard Raspail
Paris 75006
les 28 et 29 septembre 2006
Avec l’aide de l’UFR Segmi de l’Université Paris 10

PROGRAMME

28 September 2006

9.00-9.30. Welcome of the participants

  • Introduction by France Bhattacharaya (in charge of the Indo-French programme, Foundation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme)
  • Presentation by Jean-Luc Racine (CNRS, Center for the Study of India and South Asia, EHESS, and Foundation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris)

9.30-10.00. The Historical Evolution of the Indian Bourgeoisie: Some Questions and Reflections
Max-Jean Zins (CERI-Sciences-Po, Paris)

10.00-13.00. Session 1: The Indian Economy in the World Markets
Chair: Thierry Coville
10.00-10.30. India’s greater openness to the world market: A new position in the global division of labour?
Diana Hochraich (Ministry of Economy and Finances/EconomiX-University Paris X, Nanterre)

10.30-11.00. FDI and Globalisation in India
Françoise Hay (University of Rennes I)

11.00-11.20. Coffee Break

11.20. Session 1 (contd.)
Chair: Thierry Coville
11.20-11.50. International expansion by Indian firms,
What of European market entry?

Christian Milelli (CNRS/EconomiX-University Paris X, Nanterre)

11.50-12.20. Regional Trading Arrangements of India : Conceptual and Policy Issues
Ram Upendra Das (Research and Information System for Developing Countries, New Delhi)

12.20-12.40. Discussion of the 4 papers
TBA

12.40-13.00. Floor discussion

13.00-14.00. Lunch at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

14.00-18.00. Session 2: The Impact of Openness on the Indian Economy
Chair: Diana Hochraich
14.00-14.30. Comparative Advantage and Sustainable Economic Growth in India after 1991
Matthew McCartney (School of Oriental and African Studies/SOAS, University of London)

14.30-15.00. Stock Market Development, Capital Accumulation and Growth in India Since 1950
Prabirjit Sarkar (Jadavpur University, Kolkata)

15.00-15.30. Corporate Behaviour under Liberalized Finance : The Indian Experience
Prasenjit Bose (Independent researcher, New Delhi)

15.30-16.00. Financial Deregulation, Fiscal Balance and Corporate Investment in India In the Age of Financial Globalization
Byasdeb Dasgupta (University of Kalyani, West Bengal)

16.00-16.20. Tea Break

16.20-18.00. Session 2 (contd.)
Chair: Christian Milelli
16.20-16.50. Are there financial risks to strong growth?
Delphine Cavalier (Asia Country Risk Economist, BNP-Paribas, Paris)

16.50-17.20. Indian Reforms in the Manufacturing and Financial Sectors: Winners and Losers
Diana Hochraich (Ministry of Economy and Finances/EconomiX-University Paris X, Nanterre)

17.20-17.45. Discussion of the 6 papers
TBA

17.45-18.00. Floor discussion

18.00-19.00. Cocktail at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

19.45. Dinner. Departure from the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

29 September 2006

10.00-12.45. Session 3: Agricultural and Labour Markets
Chair: Françoise Hay

10.00-10.30. Labour Market and Social Protection Before and After Reforms
Sandrine Rol (Economist, Centre d’Observation Economique, Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris)

10.30-11.00. Labour under De-regulated Finance:Some Concerns for India
Sunanda Sen (Visiting Professor Academy of Third World Studies Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi)

11.00-11.20. Coffee Break

11.20-12.45. Session 3 (contd.)

11.20-11.50. The Indian Agriculture in the Era of Globalisation
Gilbert Etienne (Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Genève et Institut Universitaire d’Etudes du Développement, Genève)

Chair: Françoise Hay
11.50-12.20. Trade Openness, Poverty and Inequality in India: Literature and Empirics at the Sub-National Level
Rongili Biswas (Bethune College, Kolkata) and Alice Sindzingre (CNRS, EconomiX-University Paris X, Nanterre)

11.50-12.20. Discussion of the 4 papers
TBA

13.00-13.30. Floor Discussion

13.30-14.30. Lunch at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

14.30-16.30. Round Table: The Prospects of the Indian Economy: Catching Up or Falling Behind?

Chair: Gilbert Etienne
Rongili Biswas, Pabirjit Bose, Diana Hochraich, Joël Ruet, Pierre Salama, Prabirjit Sarkar, Ram Upendra Das

16.30- 17.30. The Way Ahead

AGENDA

jeudi 1 décembre 2022

Doctorants

Nicolas de Roux

Capturing international influences in US monetary policy through a NLP approach

lundi 5 décembre 2022

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Vincent Lefrère (Institut Mines Telecom)

En salle 614 et en distanciel

Privacy, Data and Competition: The Case of Apps For Young Children

mardi 6 décembre 2022

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

Eric Monnet (EHESS et PSE)

Le rôle d’amortisseur des banques centrales – une perspective historique

jeudi 8 décembre 2022

Lunch

Georges Prat

12h - 13h, salle 110

Modeling ex-ante risk premiums in the oil market

lundi 12 décembre 2022

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Clément Brébion (Copenhagen BS)

En salle 614 et en distanciel

Unemployment Insurance Eligibility and Employment Duration

mardi 13 décembre 2022

Développement Durable Environnement et Energie (DDEE)

Nicolas Astier (Paris School of Economics)

16h-17h

Riding together: eliciting travelers’ preferences for long-distance carpooling

mercredi 14 décembre 2022

Économies du monde musulman

Mohamed Touati Tliba (École Supérieure de Commerce, Alger)

The scientific wealth of nations with special reference to MENA region: a cross-country productivity analysis of academic research

jeudi 15 décembre 2022

Doctorants

Pablo Aguilar Perez

TBA

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