Organized by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                   New Delhi : 16th and 17th Dec 2010
Director's Message 

Global financial crisis has highlighted the challenges of an integrated Global Economy. Academicians, researchers, policymakers and Trade & Industry are grappling with the problem and searching for answers as to how to tackle a crisis of such intensity. They are unanimous that a fresh perspective needs to be spelt out safeguarding concerns of global trade and finance. This second research conference aims to meet that quest.

K.T. Chacko
Director, IIFT


The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organisation to help professionalise the country's foreign trade management and increase exports by developing human resources; generating, analysing and disseminating data; and conducting research. Today it is one of India's most prestigious business schools.

No registration fee. But, it's mandatory to register by giving all your relevant details to submit a paper.

The Conference aims to have intellectual discourse on issues related to international trade and finance and provide platform to the researchers for communicating their views on their intellectual standing of empirical research in international economics.

To encourage young researchers who are currently pursuing PhD in the area of international trade and finance a separate track is added in the Conference. The session is open for all doctoral students pursuing PhD in Indian universities ( or recently submitted their thesis but degree is awaited).