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CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR.

TARUN KANTI DAS


Proposed role in the project: Public Financial Management Expert
Staff of:
Family Name/s DAS
First Name/s TARUN KANTI
Date of Birth 19 August 1947
Contact Address : 10/14 First Floor, East Patel Nagar, New delhi-110008, India. Tel : 009111-25884540, Mobile : +91-9818024569 EMAIL : das.tarun@hotmail.com
Passport holder INDIAN
6.

Education
Institution
[ Date from Date to ]
School of Economic and Social Studies,
University of East Anglia, Norwich, NOR 7TJ
England, U.K. (Sep 1974- July 1977)
University of Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal,
India (Sep 1967- Sep 1969)
Presidency College, University of Calcutta,
West Bengal, India (July 1964-June 1967)

7.

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained


Ph.D. (Economics) 1977
Impact of Demographic Transition on Poverty and
Inequality in USA, UK, India, Pakistan and
Bangladesh
MA ( Economics) 1969 with Econometrics, Statistics
and Mathematical Economics as Special Papers
BA Hons (Economics) 1967 with Statistics and
Mathematics as Accompanying Papers

Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)


Language
English
Bengali
Hindi

8.

Reading
1
1
1

Speaking
1
1
1

Writing
1
1
1

Membership of professional bodies:


(a) Member, Indian Economic Service Association
(b) Life Member, Indian Economic Association.
(c) Life Member, Indian Association for Research on Income and Wealth.
(d) Member, Indian Econometric Society

9.

Other skills: Computer literate- Very efficient in working with MSWORD, MS-EXCEL, MS-POWER POINT
and EVIEWS7 for Econometric Applications

10.
11.

Present position: Independent International Consultant


Years within the firm: Not Applicable

12.

Key qualifications:

Tarun Kanti Das has more than 30 years experience as Public Financial Management (PFM) Expert with
specialisation in Macroeconomic Forecasting; Medium Term Strategic Planning (MTSP) and Multi-Year
Budgeting for Line Ministries; Identification and Formulation of PFM Reforms, Stategies and Projeccts and
Programs funded by Budget Support from Donors; Project Appraisal and Result Based Monitoring and
Evaluation; Management of Public Debt, External Debt and Contingent Liabilities.

Worked as a Consultant to the Multi-Donor (EU/ DFID/ Canada/ Denmark/ Netherlands) Funded Project, Asian
Development Bank, African Development Bank, World Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat, IMF, UN Economic
Commission for Africa (UN-ECA), UNCTAD, UNDP, UN-ESCAP, UNITAR, UN-SIAP in 22 countries in Asia,
Africa, Europe and USA. .

Possesses diversity in skills in macroeconomic forecasting, policy plaanning. research, teaching, training,
capacity building, policy dialogues with donors and consultation with multi-stakeholers.

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13.

Specific experience in the region and other countries in related fields:


Country/Place
Bangladesh,
Dhaka

Multi-country
UAE, Dubai
Maldives, Male
The Gambia,
Banjul

Nepal,
Kathmandu
Mongolia,
Ulaanbaatar

India,
New Delhi

India,
New Delhi
UK, ComSec
Thailand
India
Laos PDR
Cambodia
Jakarta,
Indonesia

Period
January 2011June 2014

Major Tasks Performed


Prepared Medium Term Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP) and Medium
Term Budget Frameworks (MTBF) for selected Ministries/ Divisions viz.
Education, Finance, Agriculture, Power, Local Government and Social
Sectors; MTSBP contained chapters on identification and formulation of
projects/ programs and PFM Reforms financed by donors; prepared
brief for PEFA Review by the IMF/World Bank, Assisted the Finance
Division for Macro-Fiscal Modelling and prepared Medium Term
Macroecoomic Framework and Fiscal Policy Paper; Assisted Planning
Commission for Macroeconomic Forecasting and preparation of
National Five Year Plan and Prespective Plan; Provided guidance for
Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects/ Programs;
conducted Debt Sustainability Analysis and prepared Medium Term
Debt Management strategy (MTDS) in the IMF-World Bank Framework;
conducted policy dialogues on PFM reforms, strategies and work plans
with the IMF, World Bank, EU Delegation and UNDP.
April 2015, Nov
Made Macroeconomic Forecasting for assessment of Macroeconomic
2015 to April 2026 Stability and Fiscal and Debt Sustainability Analysis for Central Asia
Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Countries
May-October 2015 Macro-Fiscal Policy and Domestic Revenue Mobilisation
Dec 2010
Management of Public Debt and External Debt
Dec 2008 to Nov
Made Macroeconomic forecasting, prepared strategic plans and
2010 (20 months budgets for the Ministries of Finance, Education, Trade and Industry,
on Intermittent
Labor and Employment; Assisted the Ministry of Finance for MacroBasis)
Fiscal Modeling for preparation of Medium Term Macroecoomic
Framework, Budget Stratedy and Fiscal Policy Papers; Identified and
formulated Budget Support for development of education, health and
roads from EU, World Bank, AfDB and UNDP; Conducted debt
sustainability analysis, Formulated PFM Strategies and Action Plans,
and had PFM policy dialogues with AfDB, World Bank, IMF, UNDP, EU.
Apr-May 2010 And Macroeconomic Modeling for Medium Term Planning and Budgeting
15Aug-15Oct 2009
1 June 2007Made Macroeconomic forecasting, Prepared strategic plans and
7 July 2008
budgets for the Ministries of Finance, Education and Culture, Health,
Food and Agriculture, Labor and Employment; Identified and
formulated Budget Support for development of education, health and
PFM reforms from EU, World Bank, ADB and UNDP; Prepared Macroeconomic Framework, Fiscal Policy and Budget Strategy Papers;
Formulated PFM Strategies and Action Plans and had PFM policy
dialogues with the ADB, World Bank, IMF and UNDP.
March 1989Macroeconomic forecasting, budget preparation for the Ministry of
Jan 2006
Finance after consolidating the budgets for different ministries; In
charge of Public Debt Management, formulated pocies and procedures
for Domestic Revenue Mobilisation, Identified and formulated Budget
Support for development of education, and other developoment
projects and PFM reforms from IMF, World Bank, ADB, EU and
UNDP; Prepared Macro-economic Framework, Fiscal Policy and
Budget Strategy Papers; Formulated PFM Strategies and Action Plans
for Macro-Stabilisation Policies and had PFM policy dialogues with the
ADB, World Bank, IMF and UNDP.
Jan 1987Macroeconomic Modeling and Policy Planning in the Planning
Feb 1989
Commission
July-Aug 2008
Macroeconomic Modeling and Debt Sustainability Analysis
December 2006
Linking MDGs with National Development Plans and PRSP
Mar 2006-May
Teaching Public Policy and Research Methodology
2007
15-28 Feb 2006
Macroeconomic Forecasting and Debt Sustainability Analysis
01 14 Feb
Macroeconomic Forecasting and Debt Sustainability Analysis
2006
Dec 2005
Drafted Law for Public and External Debt Management for the Ministry
of Finance, and conducted Multi-Stakeholders Workshop

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14. Professional experiences including comsultancy assignments:


15.
16.
Date
17.
Loca
18.
Company & reference
20.
Position
from - Date
tion
person1
to
19.
(name & contact details)
23.
Jan
25.
Dhak
27.
World Bank Administered
37.
Technical Expert (Medium
2011
a,
and Multi Donor (EU, DFID,
Term Strategic Planning and

26.
Bang
Canada, Denmark, Netherlands)
Budgeting, Project Monitoring and
24.
June
ladesh
Funded Project on PFM Reforms,
Evaluation, Macro-Fiscal modelling
2014
Min of Finance, Govt of Bangladesh ,
and Public Debt Management)
Finance Division, Min of Finance,
28.
Dhaka, Bangladesh.
29.
Through PDP Australia Pty
Ltd.
30.
31.
Reference Person
32.
33.
Md. Mahiuddin Khan,
34.
Component Director (C1),
35.
Mauddin62@gmail.com
36.

21.
22.

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

38.
Prepared Medium Term
Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP)
and Medium Term Budget
Frameworks (MTBF) for selected
Ministries/ Divisions viz. Education,
Finance, Agriculture, Power, Local
Government and Social Sectors;
MTSBP contained chapters on
identification and formulation of
development projects/ programs and
PFM Reforms for budget support
from donors; prepared brief for PEFA
Review by the IMF/World Bank,
Assisted the Finance Division for
Macro-Fiscal Modelling and
prepared Medium Term Macroeconomic Framework, Budget
Strategy Paper and Fiscal Policy
Paper; Assisted the Planning
Commission for Macroeconomic
Forecasting and preparation of
National Five Year Plan and
Perspective Plan; Provided guidance
for Result Based Monitoring and
Evaluation of Development Projects/
Programs; conducted Debt
Sustainability Analysis and prepared
Medium Term Debt Management
strategy (MTDS) in the IMF-World
Bank Framework; conducted policy
dialogues on PFM reforms,
strategies and work plans with the
IMF, World Bank and UNDP.

1 The Contracting Authority reserves the right to contact the reference persons. If you have any objection to this fact, kindly state so and provide a
justification.

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16.
Date
from - Date
to
39.
April
2015,
40.
Nov
2015
to
April
2016

17.

Loca
tion

18.
19.

41.
MultiCountry

42.

43.

46.

MayOct
2015

47.
i, UAE

Duba

48.

Company & reference


person
(name & contact details)
PWC India Ltd and Asian
Development Bank Funded
Project on Central Asia
Regional Economic Cooperation, Sambit Kumar

20.

44.
Public Financial
Management Expert

Dash
Power & Utilities
Manager,
Email:
sambit.k.dash@in.pwc.c
om
Department
Government
Dubai, UEA.

of Finance,
of
Dubai,

57.
58.

71.

Dec
2008
Nov
2010
(exc
ept
perio
d in
the
next
row)

SepOct
2009

59.
Banj
ul,
60.
the
Gambia

72.

Kath
mand
u,

21.
22.

52.

49.
50.

56.

Position

Macro-Fiscal
Revenue
Expert

Policy and
Forecasting

53.

Peter Winglee, Senior


Public Financial
Management Expert
51.
Email:
pjwinglee@gmail.com
61.
African Development Bank
Funded Project on Institutional
Support for Economic and Financial
Governance, Ministry of Finance
and Economic Affairs,
62.
Government of the
Gambia.
63.
64.
65.
Mod. K. Secka,
66.
Permanent Secretary
67.
(Deputy Minister),
68.
Msecka40@hotmail.com

73.
ADB Resident Office in
Nepal, and
74.
Nepal Rastra Bank and M S

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69.
Macroeconomic Adviser
(Macro-Fiscal Modelling, Debt
Management, Strategic Planning)

76.
Macroeconomic Modelling
Expert and Team Leader, ADB
funded project on Strengthening

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

45.
Macroeconomic
Forecasting for assessment of
Macroeconomic Stability and Fiscal
and Debt Sustainability Analysis for
CAREC (Central Asia Regional
Economic Cooperation) Countries

54.
Macroeconomic forecasting.
Revenue mobilisation policies and
procedures, revenue forecasting,
preparation of medium term macroeconomic framework and fiscal
policies
55.
70.
Made Macroeconomic
forecasting, prepared strategic plans
and budgets for the Ministries of
Finance, Education, Trade and
Industry, Labor and Employment;
Assisted the Ministry of Finance for
Macro-Fiscal Modeling for preparation
of Medium Term Macroecoomic
Framework, Budget Stratedy and
Fiscal Policy Papers; Identified and
formulated Budget Support for
development of education, health and
roads from EU, World Bank, AfDB and
UNDP; Conducted debt sustainability
analysis, Formulated PFM Strategies
and Action Plans, and had PFM policy
dialogues with AfDB, World Bank, IMF,
UNDP, EU.
77.
Macro-Fiscal Modeling for
preparation of medium term
Strategic Plans and Budgets

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16.
Date
from - Date
to
&
AprMay
2011
78.
Sep
2008

79.
Nov
2008
86.
1
June
2007
87.
7
July
2008
88.

100.
101.
108.
109.

Mar
2006
May
2007
Mar
1989
Jan
2006

17.

Loca
tion
Nepa
l

80.
kistan

18.

Company & reference


person
19.
(name & contact details)
Parwez, Project Coordinator,
75.
msparwez@adb.org

20.

Position

21.
22.

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

Macro-Economic Modelling

Uzbe

81.
World Bank Resident Office
in Uzbekistan, Dr. Saumya. Mitra,
82.
Lead Economist,
83.
s.mitra@worldbank.org

84.
World Bank Consultant
(External Debt Management).

85.
Management of Public and
External Debt, Formulation of Debt
Management Strategy and Policies

Ulaa
nbaat
ar,
Mong
olia

91.
Asian Development Bank
Capacity Building Project on PFM
Reforms, Ministry of Finance,
92.
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar.
93.
94.
Enberish Sandagdorj,
95.
Project Coordinator,
96.
Sandag_e@yahoo.com

97.
98.

102.
New
Delhi, India

103.
Institute for Integrated
Learning and Management,
104.
Swapna Popli, Director
105.
spopli@iilm.edu

106.
Professor (Public Policy and
Research Methodology

99.
Made Macroeconomic
forecasting, Prepared strategic plans
and budgets for the Ministries of
Finance, Education and Culture,
Health, Food and Agriculture, Labor
and Employment; Identified and
formulated Budget Support for
development of education, health
and PFM reforms from EU, World
Bank, ADB and UNDP; Prepared
Macro-economic Framework, Fiscal
Policy and Budget Strategy Papers;
Formulated PFM Strategies and
Action Plans and had PFM policy
dialogues with the ADB, World Bank,
IMF and UNDP.
107.
Teaching Public Policy and
Research Methodology to MBA
students

110.
New
Delhi, India

111.
Ministry of Finance, Govt. of
India, New Delhi.
112.
113.
Arvind Virmani,
114.
Chief Economic Adviser
115.
avirmani@imf.org

116.
Economic Adviser, Ministry
of Finance, Government of India,
New Delhi.

89.
90.

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Strategic Planning Expert

117.

Macroeconomic
forecasting, budget
preparation for the Ministry
of Finance after
consolidating the budgets
for different ministries; In
charge of Public Debt
Management, formulated
pocies and procedures for
Domestic Revenue
Mobilisation, Identified and

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16.
Date
from - Date
to

118.
119.
126.
1984127.
1986
133.
1983134.
1984
142.
1978143.
1982
148.
1974149.
1977
154.
1971155.
1974

17.

Loca
tion

18.
19.

Company & reference


person
(name & contact details)

20.

Position

21.
22.

formulated Budget Support


for development of
education, and other
developoment projects and
PFM reforms from IMF,
World Bank, ADB, EU and
UNDP; Prepared Macroeconomic Framework,
Fiscal Policy and Budget
Strategy Papers;
Formulated PFM Strategies
and Action Plans for MacroStabilisation Policies and
had PFM policy dialogues
with the ADB, World Bank,
IMF and UNDP.
Strategic investment
planning for energy and
transport sectors

Jan
120.
New
1987
Delhi, India
Feb
1989
Oct
128.
India,
129.
New Delhi
Dec

121.
Planning Commission,
Government of India,
122.
Arvind Virmani, Principal
Adviser
123.
avirmani@imf.org
130. Ministry of Steel and Mines,
Govt. of India.

124.
Adviser (Modelling and
Policy Planning)

131.
Chief Economist, and Head
of Economic Research Unit (ERU)

132.
Strategic Investment
Planning for Steel and Minerals

Oct

137. Bureau of Industrial Costs


and Price, Ministry of Industry,
Government of India
138.
145. UNDP Transport Policy
Planning Project in India, Planning
Commission, Government of India

139.
140.

141.
Costing and pricing of
public goods and services under the
Administered Pricing System of the
government
147.
Strategic investment
planning for the transport sector in
India

150.
UK,
England

151. School of Economic and


Social Studies, University of East
Anglia, Norwich.

152.
Commonwealth Scholar
and Ph.D. student in Economics

153.
Research on
decompositions of poverty and
inequality measures,

156.
Delhi

157. Ministry of Finance, Govt. of


India.

158.
Research Officer (Public
Finance)

159.
Government Finance
Statistics and Fiscal Policies

Sep
May

135.
136.
Delhi

India,
New

144.
Delhi

India,

Sept
Sep
July
Nov

India,

Chief (Economic Division)

146.
Deputy Adviser (Strategic
Planning for the Transport Sector)

125.

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

Aug

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16.
Date
from - Date
to
160.
July
1970161.
Oct
1971
166.

17.

Loca
tion

162.
India,
Kolkata

18.

Company & reference


person
19.
(name & contact details)
163. Centre for Advanced Studies
in Economics, Presidency College,
Calcutta.

20.

Position

21.
22.

164.
Research Fellow
(Economics)

165.
Research on income
distribution and teaching economic
statistics and macroeconomics to BA
Hons

167.

169.

Dec
2011

170.
Male,
Maldives

176.

16
JulySep
2008
May
2006

177.
Lond
on, United
Kingdom

183.

188.

194.
2005

Feb
2006

Dec

200. Nov 2005

208.
2005

Sept

214.
2004

Oct

184.

189.
190.
PDR
195.
ta,
196.
esia
201.
York,
202.
209.
210.
oa
215.
kok,
216.
and

Kath
mand
u,
Nepa
l
Cam
bodia
&
Lao
Jakar
Indon
New
USA
Apia,
Sam
Bang

Short Term (Less than 3 months) Consultancies in Other Countries


168.
171.
Ministry of Fin. & Treasury
173.
Public Debt Adviser, ADB
172.
Peter Griffin, PFM Expert
Funded Project on PFM Reforms
and Team Leader,
Pgriffin1@aol.com
178.
Commonwealth Secretariat,
181.
Consultant (Debt
London
Sustainability Modelling),
179.
Arindam Roy, Debt Adviser,
Commonwealth Secretariat, London,
180.
a.roy@commonwealth.int
England, UK.
185.
Ministry of Finance,
186.
UN-ESCAP Consultant
Governemt of Nepal, funded by UN(External Debt Management)
ESCAP, Thailand, Bangkok.

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

174.
175.

Management of Public Debt and


External Debt

182.
Debt Sustainability
Modelling and Analysis
187.
Management of External
Debt and Public Debt, Formulation of
Debt Management Strategy and
Policy

191.
Ministry of Finance, Govt of
Cambodia and Lao PDR, Funded by
UN-ESCAP, Thailand, bangkok.

192.
UN-ESCAP Consultant
(External Debt Management), at
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and
Vientiane, Lao PDR.

193.
Management of External
Debt and Public Debt, Formulation of
Debt Management Strategy and
Policy

197.
Ministry of Finance, Govt.
Of Indonesia, funded by UNITAR,
Geneva, Switzerland

198.
UNITAR (UN Institute for
Training & Research) Consultant,
Ministry of Finance, Indonesia,
Jakarta.
206.
UNDP Consultant
(Financing international co-operation
behind national borders)

199.
Drafted Law for Public and
External Debt Management, and
conducted Multi-Stakeholders
Workshop
207.
Financing international cooperation behind national borders

212.
UN-ESCAP Consultant,
Ministry of Finance, Samoa, Apia.

213.
Debt

218.
Consultant (Social security,
pension and insurance funds) for
UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand.

219.
Social security, pension and
insurance funds

203.
Office of Development
Studies, UNDP, UNDP Plaza, New
York
204.
Igma Kaul, Director
205.
211.
Ministry of Finance and
Planning, Govt. Of Samoa, Funded
by UN-ESCAP, Thailand, Bangkok
217.
UN-ESCAP, Bangkok

Thail

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16.
Date
from - Date
to
220. Feb 2002
226.
Jan
March 2003
232.
SeptNov 1998
238. May 1995

244.
Short
period every
year in 19931995
250. March
1993

17.

Loca
tion

221.Washington
D.C.,
USA
227.
Manil
a,
228.
Philip
pines
233.
Addis
Ababa,
234.
Ethio
pia
239.
Beijin
g,
240.
Chin
a
245.
Gene
va,
246.
Switz
erland
251.
New
York,
252.
USA

18.

Company & reference


person
(name & contact details)
International Monetary

20.

Position

21.
22.

19.
222.
Fund,
223.
Statistics Division,
229.
Ministry of Finance, Govt of
Philippines, Funded by World Bank

Description of
Major Tasks Performed

224.
Member, IMF Expert Group
to finalize IMF Government Finance
Statistics Manual 2001
230.
World Bank Consultant,
Ministry of Finance, Govt of
Philippines, Manila.

225.
Government Finance
Statistics Manual 2001

235.
UN Economic Commission
for Africa (UN-ECA)

236.
Consultant to UN Economic
Commission for Africa (UN-ECA)

237.
Private sector development
policies in Africa

241.
China International Centre
for Economic and Technical
Exchanges

242.

243.
Role of FDI for regional
cooperation in technology transfer

247.

UNCTAD

248.
Member, UNCTAD Ad-hoc
WG on Non-Debt Creating Financial
Flows

249.
Non-Debt Creating
Financial Flows

253.

UNDP

254.
Consultant (Human
Development Index), UNDP, New
York, USA.

255.

UN-ESCAP Consultant

231.
Management of contingent
liabilities

Human Development Index

256.
257.

Other relevant information (e.g., publications) : Selected Reports/ Publications on PFM Reforms by Tarun Kanti Das on related subjects; See: www.scribd.com/tarundas/

258.
15.1

Medium Term Strategic Business Plan for Agriculture in Bangladesh, pp.1-80, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (EU/DFID) Funded Project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance,
Bangladesh, Dhaka, May 2012.
15.2 An Operational Guide for the preparation of a Medium Term Strategic Business Plan for Line Ministries in Bangladesh, pp.1-71, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (EU/DFID)
Funded Project on DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, February 2012.
15.3 Budget Strategy and Policy Framework Paper, pp.1-39, AfDB-ISPEFG, MOFEA, the Gambia, Banjul, July 2010.
15.4 An Operational Macro-economic Model for Nepal- Model Structures, Data Base, Test and Calibration Techniques, Part-1: 60 pages and Part-2: 65 pages, ADB Resident Office in
Kathmandu and Nepal Rastra Bank, Kathmandu, Oct 2009.
15.5 An Operational Consistent Macroeconomic Forecasting Model for Gambia- Basic Concepts, Data Base, Calibration Techniques and Projections, pp.1-71, African Development Bank
ISPEFG, the Gambia, Banjul, 31 January 2009.
15.6 Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) - Basic Concepts, Methodology and Applications for Mongolia, pp.1-50, ADB Capacity Building Project on Governance Reforms (ADBCBPGR), Ministry of Finance (MOF), Govt of Mongolia, July 2008.
15.7 Manual on Medium Term Budget Preparation and Procedures for Line Ministries, pp.1-34, ADB-CBPGR, MOF, Mongolia, Feb 2008.
15.8 Strategic Plans and Program Budgets for 3 Pilot Ministries in Mongolia- Ministry of Education, Culture and Science; Ministry of Food and Agriculture; and Ministry of Social Welfare and
labor, pp.1-94, ADB-CBPGR, MOF, Mongolia, January 2008.
15.9 Policies and Strategies for Promoting the Role of the Private Sector in Industrial and Technological Development, including Privatization in South Asian Economies, pp.1-171,
ST/ESCAP/1696, UN, NY, 1996.
15.10 External Debt Management in Maldives- Debt Sustainability Analysis and Debt Management Policies and Strategies, pp.1-54, ADB Project on Public Financial Reforms, Min of
Finance and Treasury, Maldives, Male, Dec 2010. www.scribd.com/tarundas/

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15.11 External Debt Management in Uzbekistan- Policies, Strategies, Procedures, Legal and Institutional Set Up, pp.1-45, World Bank Country Office, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, November
2008. www.scribd.com/tarundas/
15.12 External Debt Sustainability Analysis for Gambia- Trends and policy issues, pp.1-40, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, August 2008. www.scribd.com/tarundas/
15.13 The Gambia- Independent Debt Sustainability Analysis, Commonwealth Secretariat, London (major contribution). www.publications/thecommonwealth.org/
15.14 Management of External Debt-International Experiences and Best Practices, pp.1-46, Best Practices Series No.9, UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Geneva, 2006.
www2.unitar.org/dfm/Resource_Center/Bestpractices/bps.9/
15.15 Governance of Public Debt- International Experiences and Best Practices, pp.1-44, Best Practices Series No.10, UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Geneva, 2006.
www2.unitar.org/dfm/Resource_Center/Bestpractices/bps.9/
15.16 Financing International Cooperation behind National Borders- a Case Study for India, pp.1-50, Office of Development Studies, UNDP, New York. March 2006.
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