CUTS Competition Impact Assessment Toolkit

Project Advisory Commitee


Nitin Desai
Chairman, IEG


Ajay Shankar
Member Secretary, NMCCl

Andrew Jackson
Counsellor Knowledge Economy, BHC

Anil Bhardwaj
Secretary General FISME

Anil Padmanabhan
Deputy Managing Editor, Mint

Anoop Singh
Associate Professor IIT, Kanpur

Aradhna Aggarwal
Senior Fellow, NCAER

Arbind Prasad
Director General, FICCI

Arnab Hazra
Director, Pharmaceuticals, FICCI

Bhaskar Chatterjee
Director General, IICA

Dhanendra Kumar
Ex-Chairman, CCI, Principal Adviser, IICA

Dilip G Shah
Secretary-General, IPA & CEO, Vision Consulting Group

Geeta Gouri
Member, Competition Commission of India (CCI)

Menu Chandra
Joint Director & Team Leader, FICCI

Pradeep S Mehta
Secretary General, CUTS International

Pramod K Joshi
Director, South Asia, IFPRI

Rajiv Bansal
Secretary, CERC

Rajesh Chadha
Senior Fellow, NCAER

Renu Parmar
Advisor (Industry) Planning Commission of India

S L Rao
Member, Board of Governors, ISEC

S Sundar
Distinguished Fellow, Teri University

Shamnad Basheer
IP Chair, Law Ministry of HRD & Professor, NUJS

Shyamal Kumar Sarkar
Additional Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

Sudha Mahalingam
Member, NSABI

V K Mathur
Chairman & Managing Director In apex Limited

About the Project
The CUTS with support from British High Commission (BHC) has taken this initiative to take forward the agenda of a National Competition Policy and focus on three sectors: Pharmaceuticals, Electricity & Agriculture Product Marketing reforms to identify the existing gaps against the touchstone of competition and measure the benefits of correcting the same on the entire Indian economy.

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Release of the book “CUTS Competition Impact Assessment Toolkit”
November 18, 2014, Bangkok

The book was released by Mr. Supachai Panichpakdi at Bangkok on November 18, 2014. The book can be accessed here.

National Seminar on “Need For National Competition Policy For India: How to Overcome Challenges?”
February 18, 2014, New Delhi, India

The seminar had featured parliamentarians, government officials, academicia, media, business and others to deliberate on the need for adoption of National Competition Policy for India.

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