Biennial review of Competition & Regulations Scenario in India to promote effective markets
CUTS in association with CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition (CIRC), has been publishing biennial reports on the state of competition and regulation in India. The reports are designed to undertake reviews of level of competition and regulation to assess functioning of markets in the country. This is desirable given the existence of distortions in economic management of the country that impede realisation of competitive outcomes. The objective is to improve the quality of regulation and enhance the level of competition in select sectors of the economy through research, network and advocacy based on research findings. Five reports (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015) have been published till date.
The 2017 report, released in March 2018, deals with IPR-Competition interface as well as optimal regulation, which are necessary for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through innovation. The report covers areas, such as agriculture marketing, GM cotton seeds, Information and Communication Technology and Department of Financial Services. A chapter is also devoted on how competition policy can help achieving SDGs.
Contact Person and Implementing Organisation:
Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS)
Centre for Competition, Investment & Economic Regulation (C-CIER)
D-217 Bhaskar Marg, Bani Park
Jaipur 302 016, India
Tel: 91.141.228 2821, Fax: 91.141.228 2485
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