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ANNUAL WINTER CONFERENCE

The Annual Winter Conference is a paper presentation competition organised by the Editorial Board in collaboration with The Ramjas Economics Society. The conference typically sees a panel discussion by eminent economists followed by the paper presentation competition. The conference began as an initiative for providing a platform for budding economists to showcase their skills and apply theoretical concepts to the real world. Since its inception in 2002, the department has successfully organised 19 conferences which are usually held in the first week of February each year.

WINNERS OF PAST ANNUAL WINTER CONFERENCES
COVID-19 lockdown, she-cessions and policy retaliation: A micro-theoretic model

Ananya Bhattacharyya, Kasturi Ghosh and Ahana Tanti

2021-22
The Political Economy of Crony-capitalism and Dis-investment: A dynamic game-theoretic model

Rahul Sinha

2021-22
Covid-19 Impact on Education, Child Labour and Policy Responses: A Dynamic Model

Monishankar Dutta, Rahul Sinha and Shouryo Bose

2020-21
Analysis of Innovation - A Game Theoretic Model

Samiran Dutta and Varun Bansal

2019-20
Well Being - The Ultimate Goal

Anushka Sharma

2018-19
Stability in the Market for e-Rickshaw Services

Tanay Raj Bhatt

2017-18
Is Nordic Model the Way Forward for Sustainable Development?

Bharath Kumar and Vinayak Khanna

2016-17
How Global Value Chains Have Been Redefined Due to Globalization and Liberalization with Special Emphasis on India

Vinayak Khanna

2015-16