Beyond the Transition Phase of the WTO: An Indian Perspective

India’s dilemma is to manage to pursue economic integration (necessary for economic efficiency) without undue structural upheaval given the risk of protectionism that the developed world gives to its producers. In this context, the objective of the project is to take stock of: developments in the various sectors of the Indian economy in the last decade; the compatibility of Indian laws with the WTO framework; implication of environmental and labour laws; implications of Regional Trading Arrangements; implications of e-commerce.

The project surveys existing literature and also uses primary documents and data available in the public domain.

  • Participants :
    Pritam BANERJEE
    Debashis CHAKRABORTY