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Batch 1

SL

Name and Institutional Affiliation Conference/Seminar Period of Visit Title of the Paper
1

Prof. M.N. Murty Institute of Economic Growth University Enclave Delhi - 110 007 Ph - 7257288, 7257570 Fax 7257410 (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Measuring non-user benefits from cleaning Ganges.

2

Dr. Rita Pandey Fellow National Institute of Public Finance and Policy 18/2 Satsang Vihar Marg New Delhi - 110 067 Ph 6569303 Fax 6852548 rita@nipfp.org.in (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Tradeable Permits for Industrial Pollution control in India - A case study.

3

Mr. Geetesh Bhardwaj Project Associate National Institute of Public Finance and Policy 18/2 Satsang Vihar Marg Ph 6569303 Fax 6852548 g_bhardwaj@hotmail.com (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Consumption Pattern, Trade and Greenhouse Gas Leakage: A case study of India.

4

Dr. K. N. Ninan Associate Professor
Ecological Economics Unit Institute for
Social and Economic Change, Nagarbhavi
Bangalore- 560 072 Ph - 3215468,
3215519 Fax - 3217008
(ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Watershed development programmes in India: An assessment from the perspective of poverty
reduction and the poor.
5

Mr. Puttaswamaiah S Ph. D. Scholar Ecological Economics Unit Institute for Social and Economic Change, Nagarbhavi Bangalore- 560 072 Ph - 3215468, 3215519 Fax 3217008 sputtaswamy@hotmail.com (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Natural resource management: A case of farm forestry in dry land management.

6

Dr. T. N. Prakash Associate Professor Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Bangalore - 560 065 Ph - 080-8563595, 8560267 Fax 333277 hittalu@bgl.vsnl.net.in (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Environmental sustainability in the context of agricultural development - the case of Karnataka agriculture - India.

7

Dr. Gopal K. Kadekodi Research Professor Centre for Multi-Disciplinary Development Research D. B. Rodda Road Jubilee Circle Dharwar - 580 001 Karnataka, India Ph - 0836-745273, 745184 Fax 447627 kadekodi_gk@hotmail.com cmdr@bgl.vsnl.net.in (ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Towards sustainability: Reversing biodiversity losses of Chilika Lake in India.

8

Dr. Madhu Verma, Associate Professor
Forest Resource Economics and
Management Indian Institute of Forest
Management Nehru Nagar, Post Box No.
357 Bhopal - 462 003 Madhya Pradesh
Ph - 0755-775716, 773799
Fax -0755-772878 mverma@iifm.org
madhuver@hotmail.com
(ISEE 2000) International Society of Ecological Economists Congress 2000

Canberra,
Australia 5 - 8, July 2000
Integrated modeling of solid waste flows: Analysis of policy options for Bangalore.

9

Ms. Kakali Mukhopadhaya Ph. D.
Student Centre for Urban Economic
Studies Department of Economics
University of Calcutta Calcutta - 700 027
Ph - 033-4790156 Fax - 033-4757456
cuescu@cal.vsnl.net.in
13th International Conference on Input- Output Technique

Macerata, Italy
August 21 - 25, 2000
Energy consumption changes and carbondioxide emission in India during 1968-69 to 1996-97

   
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Batch 2
    
SL Name and Institutional Affiliation Seminar/Conference Period of Visit Title of the Paper
1

Dr. Purnamita Dasgupta 
Institute of Economic Growth University Enclave
Delhi - 110 007
The 2nd World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists

Monterey, California, USA
June 24 - 27, 2002.
Benefits of Safe Water for the Urban Poor in Delhi, India: Alternative Valuation Measures.

2

Mr. Jyothis S, Researh Officer Institute of Social and Economic Change, Nagarbhavi
P O Bangalore - 560 072
The 2nd World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists

Monterey, California, USA
June 24 - 27, 2002.
De facto Asccess Right and People's Preference to Conserve Biodiversity at Micro level. A Case Study from India.
3

Mr. C. S. Shylajan, Project Associate
Madras School of Economics 
Gandhi Mandapam Road 
Chennai - 600 025
Regional Science Association (IRSA) International Conference

Bali, Indonesia June 20 21, 2002. Non Timber Forest Produce Extraction, Community Dependence and Management of Protected Areas: A Study from Kerala, India.

   
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