ICAI seeks its Members inputs on the Indian Economy.
November, 01st 2013
October 14, 2013
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has constituted a “Study Group on Indian Economy” with the objective to study the Qualitative Assessment of the Macro Economic Developmental indicators interalia pertaining to trade, Globalization, Monetary management Fiscal prudence, Financial Reforms, Trade as a tool to Development and recommend measures.
The detail Terms of Reference of the group are as follows:-
Empathisation of Key Governmental Initiatives in sustaining economic momentum and leveraging ICAI’s contribution to the core work programme in the said area
Providing inputs through Research and Dialogue on some of the Emerging Developments in the key sectors of the economy.
Contributing in the area of Economic Advocacy to position ICAI as a valued partner to existing knowledge depository
Bringing position Papers and Reports on various facets of Indian Economy
Organizing interactions with Chamber of Commerce/ Regulators/Other key stakeholders on emerging perspective of economy.
Your kind prospects/inputs/observations/suggestions are invited on the following issues in not more than 150 words on each of the following area latest by 7th November 2013.
Harnessing India’s relative comparative Advantages for Higher Trajectory Growth
Revival of Manufacturing Sector
Consolidating on Services Advantage
Addressing Structural Constraints within the system
Building up Infrastructure
Building up productive Employment
Bringing money within the system through increased FDI
Calibrating Social Welfare & Economic Growth
Controlling Menace of Population
Accountability in policy formulation & implementation
Addressing Fiscal & Monetary Management
Strengthening Indian Rupee to insulate Economy from external shocks
Social Inclusion & Balanced Regional Economic Growthdas