Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) is an independent public policy organization known for providing informative and insightful ideas to accelerate India's inclusive development. Established in 1981 with the motto of "linking India with the world," it has grown to become one of India's most well-known policy research think tanks in the areas of Agriculture, Climate Change, Digital Economy, Economic Growth, Jobs and Gender, and Trade, Industry and Investment. While serving as a trusted advisor to the governments, corporates, multilaterals and foundations, ICRIER continues to function as a bridge between the academic world and the policy arena.

ICRIER has two office locations in Delhi; in the institutional complex of India Habitat Centre and a new office at the Institutional Area, Sector 6, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi.

ICRIER's Board of Governors include leading academicians, policymakers, and representatives from the private sector. Mr. Pramod Bhasin is ICRIER's chairperson and Dr. Deepak Mishra is Director & Chief Executive.

ICRIER conducts thematic research in the following five thrust areas:
  • Growth, Employment and Macroeconomics (GEM)
  • Trade, Investment and External Relations (TIER)
  • Agriculture Policy, Sustainability and Innovation (APSI)
  • Digital Economy, Start-ups and Innovation (DESI)
  • Climate Change, Urbanization and Sustainability (CCUS)

To effectively disseminate research findings, ICRIER organises workshops, seminars and conferences to bring together academicians, policymakers, representatives from industry and media to create a more informed understanding on issues of major policy interest. ICRIER routinely invites distinguished scholars and policymakers from around the world to deliver public lectures and give seminars on economic themes of interest to contemporary India.