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Seminar by Dr.P.L.Beena

Pattern of International Trade through Kerala under the WTO regime A seminar on ‘Pattern of International Trade through Kerala under the WTO Regime,’ was presented by Dr PL Beena, Associate Professor, CDS  and Mr George Paily
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Lecture by Professor Gurpreet Mahajan

Reluctant Secularism, Committed Multiculturalism: The Framing of India’s Democracy The Second Inaugural Lecture titled ‘Reluctant Secularism, Committed Multiculturalism: The Framing of India’s Democracy,’ was delivered by
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Lecture by Prof. Deepak Nayyar

India’s Path to Structural Transformation: An Exception and the Rule The first Inaugural Lecture titled “India’s Path to Structural Transformation: An Exception and the Rule,” was delivered by Professor De
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Inauguration of new Academic Year (2018-19)

The inauguration of the new academic year 2018-19 was held in the Baker Auditorium, CDS at 2.45 pm on 1 August 2018. Prof Sunil Mani, Director briefly spoke on the previous batches of the MA, MPhil/PhD programmes at the Centre. A self-introduction by
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Panel Discussion on Global Migration Issues

A Panel Discussion on the theme ‘Global Migration Issues’ was held in the Joan Robinson Hall on 26 July, 2018. The panel comprised of Dr. Elizabeth Ferris and faculty members of the CDS. Professor Sunil Mani, Director, CDS welcomed Dr. Elizabe
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Seminar by Mr. Mijo P Luke

Globalization and the Re-articulation of the Rural: A Case Study from Kerala’s Midlands A seminar on ‘Globalization and the Re-articulation of the Rural: A Case Study from Kerala’s Midlands,’ was presented by Mr. Mijo P Lu
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Seminar by Prof. Jagadeesh Sivadasan

Skewed Sex Ratios in India: Role of Gender-Specific Effects of Early Rainfall Shocks Professor Jagadeesh Sivadasan, Ross School of Business,  University of Michigan- Ann Arbor, USA delivered a seminar on “Skewed Sex Ratios in I
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Seminar by Prof. Saikat Sinha Roy

‘Does WTO improve Market Access? May be, but with maturity,’ A seminar titled ‘Does WTO improve Market Access? May be, but with maturity,’ by Professor Saikat Sinharoy, was held at the Joan Robinson hall at CDS on 5 July, 20
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Seminar by Dr.Priya Menon

Keralan Gulf Emigrants as Absence-Presences in Representative Literary Fiction A seminar on “Keralan Gulf Emigrants as Absence-Presences in Representative Literary Fiction,” was held at the Joan Robinson hall on Friday 29 June
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Seminar on Outcome Evaluation of State Finances in the Context of Recommendations of the 14th Finance Commission

A seminar on 'Outcome Evaluation of State Finances in the Context of Recommendations of the 14th Finance Commission’ was held at the Joan Robinson hall on 21 June, 2018. The CDS had been commissioned by the 15th Finance Commission to prepare a r
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