Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations

Research on Agricultural Markets in India

 

 

Research on Agricultural Markets in India

(with National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange)

 

Under the research collaboration signed recently between ICRIER and National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), ICRIER’s agriculture team will research to increase growth in the commodities markets in India for the benefit of farmer’s community and provide policy relation opinions to the Government and Industry and also for improving investor education, awareness and participation in the commodities markets in India. This study will be towards making agriculture marketing function more efficient helping the farmers to get the best possible price.

 

The study will also indentify the characteristics of commodities that need to be brought under future contracts helping SEBI to have a robust system of developing commodity markets.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 27 Nov
    ICRIER - IHC Conversation Series: Urban Travel in India: Problems, Opportunities and Challenges"

    Place : New Delhi By invitation only

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  • 23 Nov
    IARIW-ICRIER Conference on “Experiences and Challenges in Measuring Income, Inequality"and Poverty in South Asia”

    Place : New Delhi By invitation only

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  • 05 Jul
    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT:" RESEARCH FELLOW (URBANISATION & CLIMATE CHANGE) "
  • 29 Jun
    SURVEY: Competition Issues in India’s Mobile Handset Market, we request you to spend a few minutes participating in this survey. This will be used for analysis that will feed into "policy recommendations for the sector Click here "
  • 29 Jun
    SURVEY: Online Freelancing: Challenges and Opportunities for India, we request you to participating in this survey. This will be used for analysis that will feed into "policy recommendations for the sector Click here "
  • 19 Apr
    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT:" Chair Professor of Urbanization "
  • 18 Sep
    VACANCY:" Requires 9 motivated researchers for its large Agri-programme "