ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

GLOBAL ACTIVITY HAS BROADLY STRENGTHENED AND IS EXPECTED TO IMPROVE FURTHER IN 2015-16, WITH MUCH OF THE IMPETUS COMING FROM ADVANCED ECONOMIES.

The global economy is transitioning into what is likely to be a smoother and less volatile period. Financial conditions in high-income countries have improved and risks are down, but growth remains subdued, especially in Europe. Growth is firming in developing countries, but conditions vary widely across economies. In developing countries, GDP is expected to firm somewhat. Less volatile external conditions, a recovery of capital flows to levels that support growth, the relaxation of capacity constraints in some middle income countries, and stronger growth in high-income countries are expected to yield a gradual acceleration of developing-country growth .Looking ahead, global growth is projected to strengthen from 3 percent in 2013 to 3.6 percent in 2014 and 3.9 percent in 2015. In advanced economies, growth is expected to increase to about 2¼ percent in 2014–15, an improvement of about 1 percentage point compared with 2013. Financial market risk indicators, such as credit default swap rates, sovereign debt spreads, and stock market volatility indicators have all improved significantly across emerging economies.



CONVENERS


Dr. Ashwani Varshney
Dean Academics
+91 9958077088
Dr. Mamta Kumari
Associate Professor
+91 9818817739
Dr. Ajay Tripathi
Associate Professor
+91 9958222099
Dr. Rajni Singh
Assistant Professor
0120-4550106

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