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Arvind Panagariya

Speaker for March 30th, 2004 Young India Event

Arvind Panagariya is the Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy & Professor of Economics at Columbia University. In the past, he has been a Professor of Economics and Co-director, Center for International Economics, University of Maryland at College Park and the Chief Economist of the Asian Development Bank. He has also advised the World Bank, IMF, WTO, and UNCTAD in various capacities. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Economics from Princeton University.

Professor Panagariya has written or edited more than half dozen books including The Economics of Preferential Trade Agreements, 1996, AEI Press (with Jagdish Bhagwati), The Global Trading System and Developing Asia, 1997, Oxford University Press (with M.G. Quibria and N. Rao), and Lectures on International Trade, 1998, MIT Press (with J. Bhagwati and T.N. Srinivasan). A collection of his essays on regionalism has appeared recently under the title Regionalism in Trade Policy: Essays on Preferential Trading, 1999, World Scientific Press.

Professor Panagariya is the founding editor of the Journal of Policy Reform, which he edited with Dani Rodrik during 1996-2001. He is currently an Associate Editor of Economics and Politics. His technical papers have appeared in the American Economic Review, Quarterly journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of International Economics, and International Economic Review while his policy papers have appeared in the World Economy, Journal of International Affairs and Finance and Development.

Professor Panagariya writes a monthly column in the Economic Times, India’s top financial daily. He has also written guest columns in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Hindu, India Today and Outlook. He has appeared on Jim Lehrer Newshour (USA), CNN (Asia), CNBC (Asia), CNBC (India), Reuters TV (Asia), Bloomberg TV (Asia), NDTV (India), Aaj Tak (India), Door Darshan (National-India), Chicago Public Radio, Minnesota Public Radio and BBC Radio.


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