Biennial review of Competition & Regulation scenario in
India to promote effective markets
News & Views
Welcome to the ‘FunComp’e-discussion Group
The forum serves as a platform to exchange and communicate news and views, focussing on Competition & Economic Regulation in India.
- “Competition and Regulation in India, 2007” Report
- Some Reflections on the Report “Competition & Regulation in India, 2007”
- Proceedings of Panel discussion on “The political economy of regulation in India- what do we need to do” and Release of Report, “Competition & Regulation in India, 2007” by Dr C. Rangarajan
- Status of Competition and Regulation in India, 2007
(Briefing Paper No.3/2007)
- Competing insures help cut cost for shipping companies
- Penalty fails to curb power overdrawal
- Govt extends DGCA’s tenure again
- Bharti, TATA comm. come under DOT scanner
The Economic Times, Monday, September 01, 2008
The Hindu Business Line, Monday, September 01, 2008
The Financial Express, Monday, September 01, 2008
The Hindu Business Line, Saturday, September 06, 2008
Structure of ICRR
I. Theme Section: For each biennial issue, a theme will be selected and issues relating to the theme will be covered in this section. The section would carry out an impact assessment of competition regime prevailing in India by considering certain attributes of the impact of competition that reflects precise outcomes e.g. access/availability, price, employment generation, etc. The objective is to analyse one important dimension of competition in detail, independent from other sections and draw specific policy recommendations.
II. Sectoral Analysis: This part would be a descriptive evaluation of competition and regulation issues at sectoral level and will focus on the process of competition by looking at one regulated industry and one competitive sector.
III. Competition Regime and Stakeholders: This part will evaluate the overall impact of competition regime on consumer welfare and business welfare. In addition there would be a perception survey to summarise perception of various stakeholders on competition and regulation in the country.
IV. Conclusion: This chapter will outline specific prescriptions for government and various stakeholders that emerge from each issue of the report. It would also map out progress made between two issues of ICRR relating to competition and regulation scenario in India. Further, the chapter will bring together all divergent findings from other sections of the report and analyse them appropriately.