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CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR.

TARUN KANTI DAS

Proposed role in the project: Monitoring and Evaluation Expert


Staff of: Independent Consultant
1. Family Name/s DAS
2. First Name/s TARUN KANTI
3. Date of Birth 19 August 1947
Contact Address : 10/14 First Floor, East Patel Nagar, New delhi-110008, India. Tel : 0091-11-
25884540, Mobile : +91-9818024569 EMAIL : das.tarun@hotmail.com
4. Passport holder INDIAN
5. Education
Institution [ Date from – Date to ] Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained
School of Economic and Social Studies, Ph.D. (Economics) 1977
University of East Anglia, Norwich, NOR 7TJ Impact of Demographic Transition on Poverty and
England, U.K. (Sep 1974- July 1977) Inequality in USA, UK, India, Sri lanka and Bangladesh
University of Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, MA ( Economics) 1969 with Econometrics, Statistics and
India (Sep 1967- Sep 1969) Mathematical Economics as Special Papers
Presidency College, University of Calcutta, BA Hons (Economics) 1967 with Statistics and
West Bengal, India (July 1964-June 1967) Mathematics as Accompanying Papers

6. Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)

Language Reading Speaking Writing


English 1 1 1
Bengali 1 1 1
Hindi 1 1 1

7. Membership of professional bodies:


(a) Life Member, Indian Economic Association.
(b) Life Member, Indian Association for Research on Income and Wealth.
(c) Member, Indian Economic Service.
(d) Member, Indian Econometric Society
8. Other skills: Very efficient in working with MSWORD, MS-EXCEL, MS-POWER POINT, SPPS and EVIEWS7 for Econometric
Applications
9. Present position: Independent International Consultant
10. Years within the firm: Not Applicable
11. Key qualifications:
I have more than 40 years experience as Government Macroeconomist and Public Financial Management (PFM) Expert with
specialisation in:
 Designing and Implememting Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation of government Policies, Projects and Programs;
 Preparation and implementation of Logical Framework for Project Appraisal, Monitoring and Evaluation,
 Preparation of Operational Methododology for Result Based Monitoring nd Evaluation for the Planning Commission of the
Government of Bangladesh;
 Macroeconomic Forecasting, Medium Term Strategic Planning and Program Budgeting for Line Ministries including transport;
 Identification, formulation, implementatio of poverty reduction, social protection and public finance policies;
 Development of PFM Reforms, Stategies and Development Programs financed by Budget Support from Donors;
 Management of Public Debt, External Debt and Contingent Liabilities; and
 Conducting capacity development training and .organising multi-stakeholders’ workshops on above mentioned subjects.

 Worked as a PFM Consultant to the Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, World Bank, Commonwealth
Secretariat, IMF, UN Economic Commission for Africa (UN-ECA), UNCTAD, UNDP, UN-ESCAP, UNITAR, UN-SIAP in 26
countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and USA. .
 Have various publications on Monitoring and Evaluation of development projects, macroeconomic forecasting, PFM reforms,
management of social securities and poverty reduction programs;
 Possess diversity in skills in. research, teaching, training, policy planning, capacity building, and conducting policy dialogues
with donors and consultation with multi-stakeholers.

12. Specific experience in the region and other countries in related fields: Worked on Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects, PFM
Reforms and Development of Social Protection, Poverty Alleviation and Growth Enhancing Programs in Bahrain, Bangladesh,
Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Dubai (UAE), Ethiopia, the Gambia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Maldives, Malaysia, Mongolia,
Nepal, Philippines, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, UK, USA, Uzbekistan.
13. Professional Experiences including Consultancy Assignments:

Date from - Company & reference person Position Held and [Description of
Date to (name & contact details) Major Tasks Performed]
& Location
March 2017- Asian Development Bank, Manila, Research Specialist (Monitoring and Evaluation, and Economic-
03-26 till date Philippines Finanial-Social-Environmental Assessment o the Transport Sector
Colombo, Investment Plan and Programs)
Sri Lanka
Dec 2016 to World Bank Funded Project on Social and World Bank Resource Person for capacity building on Monitoring
Feb 2017, Environmental Impact Analysis and and Evaluation, project appraisal of hydropower projects in Lao
Vientiane, Financial, Economic and Social Cost PDR, prepared lecture notes and conducted training for capacity
Lao PDR Benefit Analysis of Hydro Power Projects building of multi stake holders for Social and Environmental Impact
in Laos PDR, through PWC India Limited, Analysis and Financial, Economic and Social Cost Benefit Analysis
Sambit Kumar Dash of Hydro Power Projects in Laos PDR
Email: sambit.k.dash@in.pwc.com
Sep 2016 to ADB Funded Project on Debt ADB Public Resource Management Expert, Conducted Debt
Nov 2016, Sustainability Analysis for Bhutan, Sustainability Analysis for Bhutan for financing the expansion of
Thimpu, through PWC India Limited, their power projects
Bhutan Sambit Kumar Dash
Email: sambit.k.dash@in.pwc.com
April 2015, ADB Funded Project on Central Asia Public Financial Management Expert -[Macroeconomic
Nov 2015 to Regional Economic Co-operation, Forecasting, Monitoring and Evaluation, and assessment of
April 2016, through PWC India Limited, Macroeconomic Stability, Fiscal Viability and Debt Sustainability
Multi-Country Sambit Kumar Dash Analysis for CAREC (Central Asia Regional Economic
(CAREC Email: sambit.k.dash@in.pwc.com Cooperation) Countries]
Countries)

May-Oct 2015, Department of Finance, Government of Macro-Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic Forecasting Expert –
Dubai, UAE Dubai, Dubai, UEA. [Macroeconomic Forecasting, Monitoring and Evaluation, Revenue
Peter Winglee, Senior PFM Expert mobilisation policies, preparation of medium term macro-economic
Email: pjwinglee@gmail.com framework and fiscal policies, conducted capacity development
training and multi-stakeholders workshops on these subjects]

Jan 2011 – World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor Technical Expert (Strategic Planning and Budgeting, M&E, Debt
June 2014, (DFID/EU/ Netherlands/ Denmark/ Management)-
Dhaka, Canada) Funded Project on Deepening [Provided guidance for Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation of
Bangladesh Medium Term Budget Framework Development Projects/ Programs; Prepared Medium Term
(DMTBF) and Strengthening Financial Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP) and Medium Term Budget
Accounting, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh, Frameworks (MTBF) for selected Line Ministries (viz. Transport
Finance Division, Min of Finance, and communications, Education, Agriculture, Power, Local
Md. Mahiuddin Khan, Government and Social Securities) focusing on accelerating growth
Component Director (C1), and employment, poverty reduction and social protection; MTSBP
Mauddin62@gmail.com also contained chapters on identification and formulation of costed
programs and PFM Reforms financed by budget support from
donors; Assisted the Finance Division for Macro-Fiscal Modelling
and preparation of Medium Term Macroeconomic Framework,
Budget Strategy Paper and Fiscal Policy Paper; Assisted the
Planning Commission for Macroeconomic Forecasting and
preparation of National Five Year Plan and Perspective Plan;
conducted Debt Sustainability Analysis and prepared Medium
Term Debt Management strategy (MTDS); conducted policy
dialogues on PFM reforms, conducted capacity development
training and multi-stakeholders workshops on these subjects,
formulated strategies and work plans with the IMF,WB and UNDP.]

Dec 2008- African Development Bank Funded Macroeconomic Adviser –


Nov 2010 Project on Institutional Support for [Provided guidance for Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation of
(20 months, Economic and Financial Governance, Development Projects/ Programs; Made Macroeconomic
intermittent), Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, forecasting, prepared strategic plans and budgets for the Ministries
Banjul, Mod. K. Secka, of Finance, transport and Communications, Education, Trade and
the Gambia Permanent Secretary Industry, Labor and Employment; Assisted the Ministry of Finance
(Deputy Minister), for Macro-Fiscal Modeling for preparation of Medium Term
Msecka40@hotmail.com Macroecoomic Framework, Budget Stratedy and Fiscal Policy
Papers; Identified and formulated Budget Support for development
of education, health and roads from EU, World Bank, AfDB and
Date from - Company & reference person Position Held and [Description of
Date to (name & contact details) Major Tasks Performed]
& Location
UNDP; Conducted debt sustainability analysis, conducted capacity
development training and multi-stakeholders workshops on these
subjects Formulated PFM Strategies and Action Plans, and had
PFM policy dialogues with AfDB, World Bank, IMF, UNDP, EU.]
Sep-Oct 2009 ADB funded project on Macro-economic Macroeconomic Modelling Expert and Team Leader, (Macro-Fiscal
& Apr-May Modelling , Nepal Rastra Bank and ADB Modelling for preparation of medium term Strategic Plans and
2011, Resident Office in Nepal, M S Parwez, Budgets)
Kathmandu, Project Coordinator,
Nepal msparwez@adb.org
June 2007- Asian Development Bank Capacity Strategic Planning [Provided guidance for Result Based
June 2008, Building Project on Governance Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects/ Programs;
Ulaanbaatar, Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Mongolia, Made Macroeconomic forecasting, Prepared medium term
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar. strategic plans and budgets for the Ministries of Finance, Trasport
Enberish Sandagdorj, and communications, Education and Culture, Health, Food and
Project Coordinator, Agriculture, Labor and Employment; Identified and formulated
Sandag_e@yahoo.com Budget Support for development of education, health and PFM
reforms from EU, World Bank, ADB and UNDP; Prepared Macro-
economic Framework, Fiscal Policy and Budget Strategy Papers;
conducted capacity development training and multi-stakeholders
workshops on these subjects Formulated PFM Strategies and
Action Plans and had PFM policy dialogues with the ADB, World
Bank, IMF and UNDP.]
Mar 2006- Institute for Integrated Learning and Professor (Public Policy and Research Methodology) Teaching
May 2007, Management, Swapna Popli, Director, Public Policy and Research Methodology to MBA students,
New Delhi, spopli@iilm.edu conducted capacity development training and multi-stakeholders
India workshops on monitoring and evaluation of development projects
for government officials
Mar 1989- Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, New Economic Adviser – Provided guidance for Result Based
Jan 2006, Delhi. Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects/ Programs in
New Delhi, Arvind Virmani, Transport, Energy and other Infrastructure; Identified and
India Chief Economic Adviser developed policies, budgets and costed plans to deliver efficient
avirmani@imf.org and effective social transfers to the poor; conducted
Macroeconomic forecasting and prepared budget for the Ministry of
Finance for acceleratin growth, employment, poverty reduction and
social protection; conducted debt sustainability analysis, Identified
and formulated Budget Support for development of social sectors
and PFM reforms from IMF, World Bank, ADB, EU and UNDP;
Prepared Macro-economic Framework, Fiscal Policy and Budget
Strategy Papers; conducted capacity development training and
multi-stakeholders workshops on these subjects Formulated PFM
Strategies and Action Plans for social protection and securities and
had PFM policy dialogues with the ADB, World Bank, IMF and
UNDP.]
Jan 1987- Planning Commission, Government of Adviser (Modelling and Policy Planning) Strategic investment
Feb 1989, India, Dr. Arvind Virmani, Principal planning for energy and transport sectors, monitoring and
New Delhi, Adviser, avirmani@imf.org evaluation of transport projects, conducted capacity development
India training and multi-stakeholders workshops on these subjects)
Oct 1984- Ministry of Steel and Mines, Govt. of Chief Economist, and Head of Economic Research Unit (ERU)
Dec 1986, India. [Strategic Investment Planning for Steel and Minerals, conducted
India, Delhi research and capacity development training and multi-stakeholders
workshops on these subjects],
Oct 1983- Bureau of Industrial Costs and Price, Chief (Economic Division) – [Costing and pricing of public goods
Sep 1984, Ministry of Industry and services under the Government Control and Administered
India, Delhi Pricing System]
May 1978- UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project Deputy Adviser (Strategic Planning for the Transport Sector)
Sept 1982, in India Strategic investment planning for the transport sector in India
India, Delhi
July 1977- Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India. Research Officer (Government Finance Statistics and Fiscal
April 1978, Policies)
India, Delhi
Sep 1974- School of Economic and Social Studies, Commonwealth Scholar and Ph.D. student in Economics
July 1977, University of East Anglia, Norwich. (Research on decompositions of poverty and inequality measures),
UK, England
Nov 1971- Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India. Research Officer (Government Finance Statistics and Fiscal
Aug 1974, Policies)
Date from - Company & reference person Position Held and [Description of
Date to (name & contact details) Major Tasks Performed]
& Location
India, Delhi

July 1970- Centre for Advanced Studies in Research Fellow (Economics) - Research on income distribution
Oct 1971, Economics, Presidency College, and teaching economic statistics and macroeconomics to BA Hons
India, Kolkata Calcutta.

Short Term Consultancies

Dec 2011, ADB Project on Public Financial Public Debt Adviser (Management of Public
Male, Maldives Management Reforms, Ministry of Fin. & Debt and External Debt)
Treasury. Peter Griffin, PFM Expert and
Team Leader, Pgriffin1@aol.com
Sep 2008– World Bank Resident Office in World Bank Consultant (Management of Public and External Debt,
Nov 2008, Uzbekistan, Dr. Saumya. Mitra, Formulation of Debt Management Strategy and Policies)
Uzbekistan s.mitra@worldbank.org
July-Sep 2008, Commonwealth Secretariat, Consultant (Debt Sustainability Modelling and Analysis)
London, United Arindam Roy, Debt Adviser,
Kingdom a.roy@commonwealth.int
15-30 Oct 2007 UN-ESCAP, Bangkog UN-ESCAP Copnsultant for linking MDGs with National
Thailand, development Plans and PRSPs
Bangkok
15-31 Aug 2007 United Nations Statistical Institute for Asia UNSIAP Resource Person for Intergovenmental Taining on
Japan, Tokyo and Pacific (UNSIAP) Economic Statistics
Feb 2006, Ministry of Finance at Phnom Penh, UN-ESCAP Consultant (Debt Management), [ Formulation of Debt
Cambodia & Cambodia, and Vientiane, Lao PDR. Management Strategy and Policy]
Lao PDR
December Malaysian Institute for Economic Consultant , [Role of FDI for Mergers and Acquisitions]
2006, Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Malaysia
May 2006, Ministry of Finance UN-ESCAP Consultant [anagement of External Debt and Public
Kathmandu, Debt, Formulation of Debt Management Strategy and Policy]
Nepal
Dec 2005, UNITAR (UN Institute for Training & UNITAR Consultant [Drafting of Law on Public Debt Management]
Indonesia, Research) Consultant, MOF, Indonesia,
Jakarta, Jakarta.
Nov 2005, Office of Development Studies, UNDP, UNDP Consultant [Financing international co-operation behind
New York, UNDP Plaza, New York national borders]
USA Igma Kaul, Director
Sept 2005, Ministry of Finance and Planning, UN-ESCAP Consultant [Management of External Debt]
Apia, Samoa Samoa, Apia.
Jan 2005, Global Development Network and GDN Consultant [Bridging Research and Policy] (BRP)
Dakar, African Commission
Senegal
Oct 2004, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok UNESCAP Consultant [Social security, pension and insurance
Bangkok, funds]
Thailand
Feb 2002, International Monetary Fund, Member, IMF Expert Group to finalize IMF Government Finance
Washington Statistics Division, Statistics Manual 2001
D.C., USA
March 2003 UN-ESCAP, Bangkok UN-ESCAP Consultant (Role of Natural Resourved Based SMEs
Bangkok, for Poverty Reduction and Employment)
Thailand
Jan –Feb Ministry of Finance, Govt of Philippines, World Bank Consultant, Management of contingent liabilities
2003, Manila, Manila. relating to social securities
Philippines
Oct 2002 UN-ESCSAP, Bangkok UN-ESCAP Consultant (Globalisation and Industrialization)
Bangkok,
Thailand
Oct 2000 UN-ESCSAP, Bangkok UN-ESCAP Consultant (Economic and Financial Surveillance)
Bangkok,
Thailand
Sept-Nov UN Economic Commission for Africa Consultant (Private sector development policies in Africa)
1998, (UN-ECA)
Addis Ababa,
Date from - Company & reference person Position Held and [Description of
Date to (name & contact details) Major Tasks Performed]
& Location
Ethiopia

May 1995, China International Centre for Economic UN-ESCAP Consultant (Role of FDI for regional cooperation in
Beijing, China and Technical Exchanges technology transfer)
2 weeks UNCTAD Ad-hoc WG on Non-Debt Member (UNCTAD WG on Non-Debt Creating Financial Flows)
every year in Creating Financial Flows, UNCTAD,
1993-1995, Switzerland, Geneva.
Geneva,
March 1993, UNDP Consultant (Human Development Index), Human Development
New York,USA Index
2 weeks every Asian Development Bank, ADB Country Reporter on Indian Economic Progress, Reforms,
year in Manila, Philipines Prospects, Development Policies and Issues for preparation of the
1990-1998 Asian Development Outlook.
Manila
2 weeks every UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, thailand UN-ESCAP Country Reporter on Indian Economic Progress,
year in Reforms, Prospects, Development Policies and Issues for
1991-2005 preparation of the Asian Development Outlook.
Thailand .

14. Other relevant information (e.g., publications) : Selected Reports/ Publications on Monitoring and Evaluation and
Related Subjects by Tarun Kanti Das; See: www.scribd.com/tarundas/

1. Development Project Appraisal, Project Implementation and


Result Based Monitoring & Evaluation and Management

1.1 Framework for Project Appraisal, Monitoring and Evaluation Techniques and Methodology, pp.1-50, World Bank
Administered and Multi-Donor Funded Project on DMTBF and Strengthening Financial Accountability, Min of
Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, June 2012.
1.2 Diagnostic Study on Project Appraisal and Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation Techniques, Methodology,
Systems and Procedures in Bangladesh, pp.1-65, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor Funded Project on
DMTBF, Min of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, December 2011.
1.3 Diagnostic Study on Business Process Review and Training Needs Assessment of the Planning Wings of the
Budgetary Agencies for Public Investment Management and Integrating Planning with Medium Term Budgeting, pp.1-98,
World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, April 2011.
1.4 Diagnostic study on Public Investment Management, pp.1-40, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor
project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2 Nov 2011.
1.5 GED Capacity Building Activity-Result Based Monitoring & Evaluation, pp.1-12, World Bank Administered and
Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Dec 2011.
1.6 Institutional arrangements for preparation of Annual Development Plan (PDP) and Multi Year Public Investment
Plan (MYPIP), pp.1-45, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance,
Bangladesh, Dhaka, January 2012.
1.7 Lessons from experiences of the Indian Planning Commission, pp.1-15, World Bank Administered and Multi-
Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, june 2012.
1.8 Manual on Project Appraisal Techniques- An Outline, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor Project on
DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, 21st Feb 2012.
1.9 Preliminary thoughts on the change of roles of the Bangladesh Planning Commission, pp.1-12, Multi-Donor
Project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, June 2012.
1.10 Project execution, M&E, and development budget, PP.1-25, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of
Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka,
1.11 Public investment Management in Bangladesh, pp.45, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance,
Bangladesh, Dhaka, July 2012.
1.12 Public Investment Management in Bangladesh- Methodology, Institutional and Legal Systems, Procedures,
Regulations and Processes And Suggestions for Improvement, pp.1-40, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor
Funded Project on DMTBF, Min of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, October 2011.
1.13 Diagnostic Study on Strategic Plans and Integrating Planning with Budgeting in the Medium Term Budgeting
Framework, pp.1-103, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance,
Bangladesh, Dhaka, July 2011.
1.14 Medium Term Strategic Business plans for the Ministries of Agriculture, Education, Social welfare, Energy,
Transport and Communications, Local Governments, Women and Child Development, World Bank Administered and
Multi-Donor Funded project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2012-13.
1.15 An Operational Guide for Preparation of the Medium Term Strategic Business plans for the Line Ministries, pp.1-
60, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor Funded Project on DMTBF, Min of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka,
April 2012.
1.16 Framework for Project Appraisal of Development Projects and Programs and Strategic Planning for Line
Ministries, pp.1-40, African Development Bank Institutional Support Project on Economic and Financial Governance
(AfDB-ISPEFG), the Gambia, Banjul, September 2010.
1.17 Interlinkages between development research, policy planning and outcome in the post reforms period in India,
jointly with Arvind Virmani, pp.1-115, NCAER, New Delhi and East Asian Bureau for Economic Research (EABER),
Australia, April 2008.
1.18 Framework, Methodology and Procedures for Project Appraisal of Development Projects, Strategic Planning and
Program Budgeting for Line Ministries, pp.1-50, ADB Capacity Building Projects on Governance Reforms (ADB-
CBPGR), Ministry of Finance, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Sept 2007.
1.19 Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) - Basic Concepts, Methodology and Applications for Mongolia, pp.1-50,
ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Govt of Mongolia, July 2008.
1.20 An Introduction to Program Budgeting and Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT), pp.1-36, ADB
Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, June 2008
1.21 Budget Performance Evaluation- Methodology, Systems and Management, pp.1-55, ADB Capacity Building
Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, May 2008.
1.22 Performance Based Budgeting- Methodology, Systems and Management, pp.1-55, ADB Capacity Building
Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, March 2008.
1.13 Identification of Core and Non-core Functions for the Government of Mongolia and Exploring Public Private
Partnership for Supply of Public Goods and services, pp.1-55, ADB Capacity Building Projects on Governance
Reforms (ADB-CBPGR), MOF. Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, February 2008.
1.14 Financial Planning- Part-1: Methodology, pp.1-34, Part-2: Policies, pp.1-32, ADB Capacity Building Projects on
Governance Reforms, Mongolia, January 2008.
1.15 Benchmarks Setting and Best Practices for Output Costing and Output Budgeting- Part-1: Basic Concepts, pp.1-
31, Part-2: Practical Applications for Mongolia, pp.1-36, ADB Capacity Building Projects on Governance Reforms,
Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, December 2007.
1.16 Strengthening Budget Preparation Information System (BPIS) in Mongolia- Basic codes and chart of accounts for
the general ledger, pp.1-100, ADB Capacity Building Projects on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, November 2007.
1.17 Accrual Accounting and Accrual Budgeting- Basic Concepts and Methodology, pp.1-43, ADB Capacity Building
Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, Oct 2007.
1.18 Output Costing and Output Budgeting – Basic Concepts and Methodology, pp.1-51, ADB Capacity Building
Project on Governance Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Government of Mongolia, Sept 2007.
1.19 Official Economic statistics- Part-1 on Government Finance Statistics (GFS) and Balance of Payments (BOP)
Statistics, pp.1-70, UN Statistical Institute for Asia and Pacific, Chiba, Japan, Aug 2007.
1.20 Official Economic statistics- Part-2 on Monetary and Financial statistics (MFS) and Multi–Factor Productivity
Measures (MFP), UN Statistical Institute for Asia and Pacific, Chiba, Japan, Aug 2007.
1.21 Strategic Business Plans for the Ministries of Finance, Agriculture, Education, Health, Employment and Social
Welfare, Preparation of Strategic Business Plans- Structural Framework and Guidelines to Line Ministries, pp.1-74, ADB-
CBPGR, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Sep 2007.
1.22 Pricing of Environmental Resources and Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis, pp.1-20, Institute for Integrated
Learning and Management (IILM), New Delhi, India, Oct 2006.
1.23 An Evaluation of the Implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGA) in the
Raebareli District of Uttar Pradesh, Institute for Integrated Learning and Management (IILM), New Delhi, India,
February 2007.
1.24 Macro-economic Framework and Foreign Investment in India, WG on Investment and Financial Flows, pp.1-
75, TD/B/WG.1/Misc.3/ Add.3, UNCTAD, 1993.
1.25 Pricing, productivity and competitiveness of Indian Steel industry, pp.269-292, in Indian Industrialization, ed. Arun
Ghosh, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 1992.
1.26 A Techno-Economic-Financial Appraisal on New Railway Lines for the North-Eastern States of India, pp.1-60,
UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project, Planning Commission, New Delhi, May 1979.
1.27 An economic evaluation of investment on roads and road transport in India, WP No.18, pp.1-50, UNDP
Transport Policy Planning Project, Planning Commission, New Delhi, May 1980.
1.28 A Techno-Economic-Financial Appraisal on Inland Water Transport System in India, pp.1-65, UNDP Transport
Policy Planning Project, Planning Commission, New Delhi, June 1981.
1.29 A Social Cost Benefit analysis of Indian Railways, pp.1-30, UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project, Planning
Commission, New Delhi, August 1981.
1.30 A Comprative Cost Benefit Analysis of Road, Rail and Transport System for Passengers and Goods Traffic in
India, pp.1-60, UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project, Planning Commission, New Delhi, August 1982.

2. Macroeconomic Modelling, Strategic Planning and Economic Reforms

1.1 An operational consistent macroeconomic accounting spreadsheet model for Bangladesh- analytical framework,
model structure, data base, test and calibration techniques and base line medium and long term projections, pp.1-96,
Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, 20 May 2014.
1.2 Concept Note on the Preparation of the Medium Term Strategic Business Plan (MTSBP) for Line Ministries, pp.1-18,
Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, October 23, 2011.
1.3 An Operational Guide to Prepare Medium Term Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP) for Line Ministries/ Divisions,
pp.1-38, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, January 15, 2012.
1.4 Policy Note on Medium Term Strategic Business Plan- Participants’ Feedback and follow Up Action of the Workshop,
pp.1-25, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, February 01, 2012.
1.5 Concept Note on the Preparation of the Medium Term Strategic Business Plan (MTSBP) for Line Ministries, pp.1-18,
Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, October 23, 2011.
1.6 An Operational Guide to Prepare Medium Term Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP) for Line Ministries/ Divisions,
pp.1-38, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, January 15, 2012.
1.7 Policy Note on Workshop on the Medium Term Strategic Business Plan- Participants’ Feedback and follow Up Action,
pp.1-20, Multi-Donor project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, February 01, 2012.
1.8 An Operational Macro-econometric Model and a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model for Nepal- Model
Structures, Data Base, Test and Calibration Techniques, Part-1: 60 pages and Part-2: 65 pages, ADB Resident Office in
Kathmandu and Nepal Rastra Bank, Kathmandu, October 2009.
1.9 Macroeconomic Analysis, Modelling and Projections- an Inception Report, pp.1-57, African Development Bank
(AfDB) Institutional Support Project on Economic & Financial Governance (ISPEFG), Gambia, Banjul, 31 Jan 2009.
1.10 An Operational Consistent Macroeconomic Forecasting Model for Gambia- Basic Concepts, Data Base, Calibration
Techniques and Projections, pp.1-71, African Development Bank ISPEFG, the Gambia, Banjul, 31 January 2009.
1.11 Trends and projections of sectoral GDP growth rates for the Gambia during 1998-2008-2013 and some policy
issues, AfDB ISPEFG, pp.1-18, 28 Feb 2009.
1.12 Macro-economic forecasting and assessment of needs and financing gaps for achieving MDGs and mobilizing
external aid for Mongolia in the near and medium term, pp.1-35, ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance
Reforms, Ministry of Finance (ADB-CBPGR), Mongolia, May 2008.
1.13 Interlinkages between development research, policy planning and outcome in the post reforms period in India and
analytical lessons for other developing countries, jointly with Arvind Virmani, pp.1-115, NCAER, New Delhi and East
Asian Bureau for Economic Research (EABER), Australia, April 2008.
1.14 Identification of Core and Non-core Functions for the Government of Mongolia and Exploring Public Private
Partnership for supply of public goods and services, pp.1-55, ADB-CBPGR, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, February 2008.
1.15 Preparation of Strategic Business Plans- Structural Framework and Guidelines to Line Ministries, pp.1-74, ADB-
CBPGR, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Sep 2007.
1.16 Dynamics of Population Ageing: How India can Respond, pp.1-18, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, December 2004.
1.17 Role of services production and trade in Asia and Pacific- Problems and prospects, pp.842-849, Proceedings of
the Indian Economic Association Annual Conference 2004, December 2004.
1.18 Economic Reforms in India- Rationale, Scope, Progress and Unfinished Agenda, pp.1-80, Bank of Maharashtra,
Planning Department, Pune, February 2003.
1.19 Preparation of Indices for Services Production, jointly with R. Dasgupta, pp.1-250, National Institute for Banking
and Management, Pune, India, Jan 2003.
1.20 Impact of reforms on productivity of the public sector enterprises in India, pp. 1-35, Asian productivity Council,
Tokyo, Sept 1994.
1.21 Implications of Globalization on Industrial Diversification in Asia, pp.ix+1-86, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, UN Publications
Sales No.E.02.II.F.52, December 2001.
1.22 Role of private sector including privatization in selected Asian countries and lessons for Africa, pp.1-110, UN-ECA,
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 1998.
1.23 Foreign Investment- Technology Transfer- and Growth Nexus in Asian economies, pp.1-158, ESCAP, United
Nations, Bangkok, Oct 1997.
1.24 Policies and Strategies for Promoting the Role of the Private Sector in Industrial and Technological Development,
including Privatization in South Asian Economies, pp.1-171, ST/ESCAP/1696, UN, NY, 1996.
1.25 Macro-economic Framework and Foreign Investment in India, WG on Investment and Financial Flows, pp.1-75,
TD/B/WG.1/Misc.3/ Add.3, UNCTAD, 1993.
1.26 Structural Reforms and Stabilization Policies in India – Rationale and Medium Term Outlook, pp.20-56, in Economic
Liberalization and its Impact, edited by SP Gupta, Macmillan India Limited, Delhi, 1993.
1.27 Pricing, productivity and competitiveness of Indian Steel industry, pp.269-292, in Indian Industrialization, ed. Arun
Ghosh, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 1992.
1.28 Trends and projections of rail and road goods and passenger traffic in India, pp.105-161, in Transport Planning and
Development, ed. V Mahajan, Deep & Deep, Delhi, 1991.
1.29 Multisectoral and multiregional transport model for India– database and calibration techniques, pp.391-403,
Environment and Planning (London), 15-A, 1983.
1.30 Application of shift and share technique for forecasting regional and sectoral growth in India in the Sixth Plan, pp.187-
200, Indian Journal of Regional Science, 13(2), 1981.
1.31 An economic evaluation of investment on roads and road transport in India, WP No.18, pp.1-50, UNDP Transport
Policy Planning Project, Planning Commission, New Delhi, May 1980.

3. MDGs, PRSP, Poverty and Inequality Analysis

3.1 Interlinkages between development research, policy planning and outcome in the post reforms period in India and
analytical lessons for other developing countries, jointly with Arvind Virmani, pp.1-115, NCAER, New Delhi and East
Asian Bureau for Economic Research (EABER), Australia, April 2008.
3.2 Interlinkages between UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), National Development Plans and Poverty
Reduction Growth Strategy - Selected Country Experiences from ESCAP, Part-1, pp.1-84, Part-2, pp.1-78, ESCAP, United
Nations, Bangkok, October 2007.
3.3 Bridging research and policy- a case study of India, pp.14-15, Global Development Network (GDN) Research
Monitor. No.1, September 2006.
3.4 Economic and Social Cost Benefit Analysis and Project Review, pp.1-30, Training Material prepared for the Ministry
of Rural Development, Govt. of India, Mar 2007.
3.5 Role of services production and trade in Asia and Pacific- Problems and prospects, pp.842-849, Proceedings of the
Indian Economic Association Annual Conference 2004, December 2004.
3.6 Role of Agro-based and Resource-Based SMEs for Export Promotion and Poverty Alleviation in ESCAP countries,
pp.1-126, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, January 2003.
3.7 Economic Reforms in India- Rationale, Scope, Progress and Unfinished Agenda, pp.1-80, Bank of Maharashtra,
Planning Department, Pune, February 2003.
3.8 Preparation of Indices for Services Production, jointly with R. Dasgupta, pp1-250, National Institute for Banking
and Management, Pune, India, Jan 2003.
3.9 Implications of Globalization on Industrial Diversification in Asia, pp.ix+1-86, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, UN Publications
Sales No.E.02.II.F.52, December 2001.
3.10 Role of private sector including privatization in selected Asian countries and lessons for Africa, pp.1-110, UN-ECA,
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 1998.
3.11 Foreign Investment- Technology Transfer- and Growth Nexus in Asian economies, pp.1-158, ESCAP, United
Nations, Bangkok, Oct 1997.
3.12 Policies and Strategies for Promoting Private Sector’s Role in Industrial and Technological Development in Asia,
pp.1-171, ST/ESCAP/1696, UN, NY, 1996.
3.13 Impact of reforms on productivity of the public sector enterprises in India, pp. 1-35, Asian productivity Council,
Tokyo, Sept 1994.
3.14 Macro-economic Framework and Foreign Investment in India, WG on Investment and Financial Flows, pp.1-75,
TD/B/WG.1/Misc.3/ Add.3, UNCTAD, 1993.
3.15 Structural Reforms and Stabilization Policies in India – Rationale and Medium Term Outlook, pp.20-56, in Economic
Liberalization and its Impact, edited by SP Gupta, Macmillan India Limited, Delhi, 1993.
3.16 Pricing, productivity and competitiveness of Indian Steel industry, pp.269-292, in Indian Industrialization, edited by
Dr. Arun Ghosh, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 1992.
3.17 Trends and projections of rail and road goods and passenger traffic in India, pp.105-161, in Transport Planning and
Development, ed. V Mahajan, Deep & Deep, Delhi, 1991.
3.18 Impact of Pro-Market Reforms on the Poor in India- an Assessment and Lessons for Policy Makers, pp.1-40, Global
Development Network, June 2003.
3.19 Promoting resource-based export-oriented SMEs in Asia and the Pacific, pp.33-76, Investment Promotion and
Enterprise Development Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok, Sept 2003.
3.20 Poverty and inequality in India–Trends and policy issues, pp.1-30, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Oct. 2002.
3.21 Poverty and Environment- How to break the vicious circle? Pp.39-46, Souvenir of the Global Society for
Protection of Human Rights, Delhi, Jan 2000.
3.22 UNDP Human Development Index – Some Methodological Issues and Alternative Measures, pp.1-30, UNDP, UN
Plaza, New York, March 1993.
3.23 Inequality index with differences in inequality aversion for groups, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e
Commercialli (Milan, Italy), 1983.
3.24 Decompositions of inequality measures and a comparative analysis, jointly with Prof. A. Parikh, pp.23-48, Empirical
Economics (Vienna, Austria), vol.7, 1982.
3.25 Statistical interpretation and decomposition of Atkinson’s inequality index, jointly with Prof. A. Parikh, pp.13-18,
Rivista di Mathematica per le Scienze Economiche e Socoali (Milan, Italy), 15(1), 1982.
3.26 Decompositions of inequality measures and a comparative analysis, jointly with Prof. A. Parikh, pp.23-48, Empirical
Economics (Vienna, Austria), vol.7, 1982.
3.27 Decompositions of Atkinson’s measure of inequality, jointly with Prof. Ashok Parikh, pp.171-178, Australian
Economic Papers, vol.20 (36), June 1981.
3.28 Choice of demographic units in analyzing the size distribution on income, pp.20-29, Journal of Income and Wealth,
3 (1), 1978.

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