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CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR.

TARUN KANTI DAS


Proposed role in the project: Poverty and Social Protection Expert
Staff of: Independent Consultant
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 : 0091-11-25884540,
Mobile : +91-9818024569 EMAIL : das.tarun@hotmail.com
Passport holder
5.

INDIAN

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)

6.

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained


Ph.D. (Economics) 1977
Impact of Demographic Transition on Poverty and
Inequality in USA, UK, India, Sri lanka 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

Reading
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Speaking
1
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Writing
1
1
1

7.

Membership of professional bodies:


(a) Life Member, Indian Economic Association.
(b) Life Member, Indian Association for Research on Income and Wealth.
(c) Member, Indian Economic Service.
(d) Member, Indian Econometric Society
8.
Other skills: Computer literate- Very efficient in working with MSWORD, MS-EXCEL, MS-POWER POINT
and EVIEWS7 for Econometric Applications
9.
Present position: Independent International Consultant
10.
Years within the firm: Not Applicable
11.

Key qualifications:
I have more than 40 years experience as Government Macroeconomist and Public Financial Management (PFM)
Expert with specialisation in:

Identification, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluatation of poverty reduction, social


protection and public finance management reforms and policies;

Macroeconomic Forecasting, Medium Term Strategic Planning and Budgeting for Line Ministries;

Development of PFM Reforms, Stategies and Development Programs financed by Budget Support from
Donors, and Management of Public Debt, External Debt and Contingent Liabilities.

12.

Worked as a Consultant to the 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 23 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and USA. .
Have various publications on management of social securities and poverty reduction programs;
macroeconomic forecasting, PFM reforms, Monitoring and Evaluation of development projects,
Possess diversity in skills in macroeconomic forecasting, policy planning. research, teaching, training, capacity
building, policy dialogues with donors and consultation with multi-stakeholers.
Specific experience in the region and other countries in related fields: Worked on PFM Reforms and
Development and Management of Social Protection Programs in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Gambia,
Indonesia, Lao PDR, Maldives, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Thailand.

13.

Professional Experiences including Comsultancy Assignments:

Date from Date to


& Location
April 2015,
Nov 2015 to
April 2016,
Multi-Country
(CAREC
Countries)

Company & reference person


(name & contact details)

Sambit Kumar Dash


Email: sambit.k.dash@in.pwc.com

Public Financial Management Expert -[Macroeconomic


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

May-Oct 2015,
Dubai, UAE

Department of Finance, Government of


Dubai, Dubai, UEA.
Peter Winglee, Senior PFM Expert
Email: pjwinglee@gmail.com

Macro-Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic Forecasting


Expert [Macroeconomic Forecasting, Revenue
mobilisation policies, preparation of medium term
macro-economic framework and fiscal policies]

Jan 2011
June 2014,
Dhaka,
Bangladesh

World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor


(DFID/EU/ Netherlands/ Denmark/
Canada) Funded Project on Deepening
Medium Term Budget Framework
(DMTBF) and Strengthening Financial
Accounting, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh,
Finance Division, Min of Finance,
Md. Mahiuddin Khan,
Component Director (C1),
Mauddin62@gmail.com

Technical Expert (Strategic Planning and Budgeting,


M&E, Debt Management)[Prepared Medium Term Strategic Business Plans
(MTSBP) and Medium Term Budget Frameworks
(MTBF) for selected Line Ministries (viz. Education,
Agriculture, Power, Local Government and Social
Securities) focusing on accelerating growth and
employment, poverty reduction and social protection;
MTSBP also contained chapters on identification and
formulation of costed programs and PFM Reforms
financed by budget support from donors; Assisted the
Finance Division for Macro-Fiscal Modelling and
preparation of Medium Term Macroeconomic
Framework, Budget Stratedy 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);
conducted policy dialogues on PFM reforms,
strategies and work plans with the IMF,WB and
UNDP.]

Dec 2008Nov 2010


(20 months,
intermittent),
Banjul,
the Gambia

African Development Bank Funded


Project on Institutional Support for
Economic and Financial Governance,
Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs,
Mod. K. Secka,
Permanent Secretary
(Deputy Minister),
Msecka40@hotmail.com

Macroeconomic Adviser
[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.]

Sep-Oct 2009
& Apr-May
2011,
Kathmandu,
Nepal

ADB Funded Project on Central Asia


Regional Economic Co-operation,
through PWC India Limited,

Position Held and [Description of


Major Tasks Performed]

ADB funded project on Macro-economic


Modelling , Nepal Rastra Bank and ADB
Resident Office in Nepal, M S Parwez,
Project Coordinator,
msparwez@adb.org

Macroeconomic Modelling Expert and Team Leader,


(Macro-Fiscal Modelling for preparation of medium
term Strategic Plans and Budgets)

Date from Date to


& Location
June 2007June 2008,
Ulaanbaatar,
Mongolia

Company & reference person


(name & contact details)

Position Held and [Description of


Major Tasks Performed]

Asian Development Bank Capacity


Building Project on Governance
Reforms, Ministry of Finance, Mongolia,
Ulaanbaatar.
Enberish Sandagdorj,
Project Coordinator,
Sandag_e@yahoo.com

Strategic Planning [Made Macroeconomic forecasting,


Prepared medium term 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.]
Professor (Public Policy and Research Methodology)
Teaching Public Policy and Research Methodology to
MBA students

Mar 2006May 2007,


New Delhi,
India
Mar 1989Jan 2006,
New Delhi,
India

Institute for Integrated Learning and


Management, Swapna Popli, Director,
spopli@iilm.edu

Jan 1987Feb 1989,


New Delhi,
India
Oct 1984Dec 1986,
India, Delhi
Oct 1983Sep 1984,
India, Delhi

Planning Commission, Government of


India, Dr. Arvind Virmani, Principal
Adviser, avirmani@imf.org

May 1978Sept 1982,


India, Delhi

UNDP Transport Policy Planning Project


in India

Deputy Adviser (Strategic Planning for the


Transport Sector) Strategic investment planning for
the transport sector in India

July 1977April 1978,


India, Delhi

Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India.

Research Officer (Government Finance Statistics


and Fiscal Policies)

Sep 1974July 1977,


UK, England

School of Economic and Social Studies,


University of East Anglia, Norwich.

Commonwealth Scholar and Ph.D. student in


Economics (Research on decompositions of poverty
and inequality measures),

Nov 1971Aug 1974,


India, Delhi

Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India.

Research Officer (Government Finance Statistics


and Fiscal Policies)

July 1970Oct 1971,


India, Kolkata

Centre for Advanced Studies in


Economics, Presidency College,
Calcutta.

Research Fellow (Economics) - Research on


income distribution and teaching economic statistics
and macroeconomics to BA Hons

Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, New


Delhi.
Arvind Virmani,
Chief Economic Adviser
avirmani@imf.org

Ministry of Steel and Mines, Govt. of


India.
Bureau of Industrial Costs and Price,
Ministry of Industry

Economic Adviser [Identified and developed


policies, budgets and costed plans to deliver efficient
and effective social transfers to the poor; conducted
Macroeconomic forecasting and prepared budget for
the Ministry of Finance for acceleratin growth,
employment, poverty reduction and social protection;
conducted debt sustainability analysis, Identified and
formulated Budget Support for development of social
sectors 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 social
protection and securities and had PFM policy
dialogues with the ADB, World Bank, IMF and UNDP.]
Adviser (Modelling and Policy Planning) Strategic
investment planning for energy and transport sectors
Chief Economist, and Head of Economic
Research Unit (ERU) [Strategic Investment Planning
for Steel and Minerals]
Chief (Economic Division) [Costing and pricing of
public goods and services under the Government
Control and Administered Pricing System]

Date from Date to


& Location

Company & reference person


(name & contact details)

Position Held and [Description of


Major Tasks Performed]

Short Term Consultancies


Dec 2011,
Male, Maldives
Sep 2008
Nov 2008,
Uzbekistan
July-Sep 2008,
London,
United
Kingdom
15-30 Oct 2007

ADB Project on Public Financial


Management Reforms, Ministry of Fin. &
Treasury. Peter Griffin, PFM Expert and
Team Leader, Pgriffin1@aol.com
World Bank Resident Office in
Uzbekistan, Dr. Saumya. Mitra,
s.mitra@worldbank.org
Commonwealth Secretariat,
Arindam Roy, Debt Adviser,
a.roy@commonwealth.int

UN-ESCAP, Bangkog
Thailand,
Bangkok
15-31 Aug 2007 United Nations Statistical Institute for Asia
Japan, Tokyo
and Pacific (UNSIAP)
Feb 2006,
Ministry of Finance at Phnom Penh,
Cambodia &
Cambodia, and Vientiane, Lao PDR.
Lao PDR
December
Malaysian Institute for Economic
2006,
Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Malaysia
May 2006,
Ministry of Finance
Kathmandu,
Nepal
UNITAR (UN Institute for Training &
Dec 2005,
Research) Consultant, MOF,
Indonesia,
Indonesia, Jakarta.
Jakarta,
Nov 2005,
Office of Development Studies, UNDP,
New York,
UNDP Plaza, New York
Igma Kaul, Director
USA
Sept 2005,
Ministry of Finance and Planning,
Samoa, Apia.
Apia, Samoa
Jan 2005,
Global Development Network and
Dakar,
African Commission
Senegal
Oct 2004,
UN-ESCAP, Bangkok
Bangkok,
Thailand
Feb 2002,
International Monetary Fund,
Washington
Statistics Division,
D.C., USA
March 2003
UN-ESCAP, Bangkok
Bangkok,
Thailand
Jan Feb
Ministry of Finance, Govt of
Philippines, Manila.
2003, Manila,
Philippines
Oct 2002
UN-ESCSAP, Bangkok
Bangkok,
Thailand
Oct 2000
UN-ESCSAP, Bangkok
Bangkok,
Thailand
Sept-Nov
UN Economic Commission for Africa
1998,
(UN-ECA)
Addis Ababa,

Public Debt Adviser (Management of Public


Debt and External Debt)
World Bank Consultant (Management of Public and
External Debt, Formulation of Debt Management
Strategy and Policies)
Consultant (Debt Sustainability Modelling and
Analysis)
UN-ESCAP Copnsultant for linking MDGs with
National development Plans and PRSPs
UNSIAP Resource Person for Intergovenmental
Taining on Economic Statistics
UN-ESCAP Consultant (Debt Management),
[ Formulation of Debt Management Strategy and
Policy]
Consultant , [Role of FDI for Mergers and Acquisitions]
UN-ESCAP Consultant [anagement of External Debt
and Public Debt, Formulation of Debt Management
Strategy and Policy]
UNITAR Consultant [Drafting of Law on Public Debt
Management]
UNDP Consultant [Financing international cooperation behind national borders]
UN-ESCAP Consultant [Management of External
Debt]
GDN Consultant [Bridging Research and Policy]
(BRP)
UNESCAP Consultant [Social security, pension and
insurance funds]
Member, IMF Expert Group to finalize IMF
Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001
UN-ESCAP Consultant (Role of Natural Resourved
Based SMEs for Poverty Reduction and Employment)
World Bank Consultant, Management of contingent
liabilities relating to social securities
UN-ESCAP Consultant (Globalisation and
Industrialization)
UN-ESCAP Consultant (Economic and Financial
Surveillance)
Consultant (Private sector development policies in
Africa)

Date from Date to


& Location
Ethiopia

Company & reference person


(name & contact details)

May 1995,
Beijing, China
2 weeks
every year in
1993-1995,
Geneva,

China International Centre for Economic


and Technical Exchanges
UNCTAD Ad-hoc WG on Non-Debt
Creating Financial Flows, UNCTAD,
Switzerland, Geneva.

UN-ESCAP Consultant (Role of FDI for regional


cooperation in technology transfer)
Member (UNCTAD WG on Non-Debt Creating
Financial Flows)

March 1993,
New York,USA

UNDP

Consultant (Human Development Index), Human


Development Index
ADB Country Reporter on Indian Economic Progress,
Reforms, Prospects, Development Policies and Issues
for preparation of the Asian Development Outlook.

2 weeks every
year in
1990-1998
Manila
2 weeks every
year in
1991-2005
Thailand .

14.

Asian Development Bank,


Manila, Philipines
UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, thailand

Position Held and [Description of


Major Tasks Performed]

UN-ESCAP Country Reporter on Indian Economic


Progress, Reforms, Prospects, Development Policies
and Issues for preparation of the Asian Development
Outlook.

Other relevant information (e.g., publications) : Selected Reports/ Publications on PFM


Reforms and Social Protection by Tarun Kanti Das on related subjects; See:
www.scribd.com/tarundas/
1. Structural Reforms and Policies for Poverty Reduction and Social Protection
A.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17

Books and Research Reports Published by Donors

Social Security System in India Needs and Policy Issues, pp.1-40, ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok,
December 1999.
Interlinkages between UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), National Development Plans and Poverty
Reduction Growth Strategy - Selected Country Experiences from ESCAP, Part-1, pp.1-84, Part-2, pp.1-78,
ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok, October 2007.
Role of Agro-based and Resource-Based SMEs for Export Promotion and Poverty Alleviation in ESCAP
countries, pp.1-126, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, January 2003.
Impact of Pro-Market Reforms on the Poor in India- an Assessment and Lessons for Policy Makers, pp.1-40,
Global Development Network, June 2003.
Promoting resource-based export-oriented SMEs in Asia and the Pacific, pp.33-76, Investment Promotion and
Enterprise Development Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok, Sept 2003.
Poverty and inequality in IndiaTrends and policy issues, pp.1-30, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, Oct. 2002.
Poverty and Environment- How to break the vicious circle? Pp.39-46, Souvenir of the Global Society for
Protection of Human Rights, Delhi, Jan 2000.
UNDP Human Development Index Some Methodological Issues and Alternative Measures, pp.1-30, UNDP,
UN Plaza, New York, March 1993.
Interlinkages between development research, policy planning and outcome in the post reforms period in India
and analytical lessons for other developing countries, jointly with Arvind Virmani, pp.1-115, East Asian Bureau
for Economic Research (EABER), Australia, April 2008.
Financing International Cooperation behind National Borders- a Case Study for India, pp.1-46, Office of
Development Studies, UNDP, New York. March 2006.
An assessment of the financial sector liberalization in India in the context of its commitment to the WTO, pp.150, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi, June 2003.
Economic Reforms in India- Rationale, Scope, Progress and Unfinished Agenda, pp.1-80, Bank of
Maharashtra, Planning Department, Pune, February 2003.
Preparation of Indices for Services Production, jointly with R. Dasgupta, pp.1-250, National Institute for
Banking and Management, Pune, India, Jan 2003.
Implications of Globalization on Industrial Diversification in Asia, pp.ix+1-86, UN ESCAP, Bangkok, UN
Publications Sales No.E.02.II.F.52, December 2001.
Role of private sector including Privatization in Selected Asian Countries and Lessons for Africa, pp.1-110, UNECA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 1998.
Foreign Investment- Technology Transfer- and Growth Nexus in Asian Economies, pp.1-158, ESCAP, United
Nations, Bangkok, Oct 1997.
Policies and Strategies for Promoting the Role of the Private Sector and Privatization in Industrial and
Technological Development in Asian Economies, pp.1-171, ST/ESCAP/1696, UN, NY, 1996.

1.18 Macro-economic Framework and Foreign Investment in India, WG on Investment and Financial Flows, pp.175, TD/B/WG.1/Misc.3/ Add.3, UNCTAD, 1993.
B. Published Research Papers in International Journals and Edited Books
1.19 Structural Reforms and Stabilization Policies in India Rationale and Medium Term Outlook, pp.20-56, in
Economic Liberalization and its Impact, ed. by SP Gupta, Macmillan India Ltd., Delhi, 1993.
1.20 Pricing, productivity and competitiveness of Indian Steel industry, pp.269-292, in Indian Industrialization, ed.
Arun Ghosh, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 1992.
1.21 Inequality index with differences in inequality aversion for groups, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze
Economiche e Commercialli (Milan, Italy), 1983.
1.22 Decompositions of inequality measures and a comparative analysis, jointly with Prof. A. Parikh, pp.23-48,
Empirical Economics (Vienna, Austria), vol.7, 1982.
1.23 Statistical interpretation and decomposition of Atkinsons inequality index, jointly with Prof. A. Parikh, pp.1318, Rivista di Mathematica per le Scienze Economiche e Socoali (Milan, Italy), 15(1), 1982.
1.24 Decompositions of Atkinsons measure of inequality, jointly with Prof. Ashok Parikh, pp.171-178, Australian
Economic Papers, vol.20 (36), June 1981.
1.25 Choice of demographic units in analyzing the size distribution on income, pp.20-29, Journal of Income and
Wealth, 3 (1), 1978.
2. Macroeconomic Modeling, Medium Term Planning and Budgeting, and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
A. Consultancy Reports
2.1 Macro-Fiscal Models for Assessment of Macroeconomic Stability, Fiscal and Debt Sustainability of CAREC
Countries, pp.1-125, ADB Funded Project on Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation, Feb 2016.
2.2 Revenue projections for Dubai by different forecasing models such as Secular growth, GDP Bouyancy and
Elasticity, and Revenue Drivers Basd Models, pp.1-60, MOF, Govt of Dubai, Dubai, UAE, Sept 2015.
2.3 Public investment Management in Bangladesh, pp.45, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (DFID, EU,
Netherlands) Funded Project on DMTBF, MOF, Bangladesh, Dhaka, July 2012.
2.4 Project execution, M&E, and development budget, PP.1-25, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (DFID,
EU, Netherlands) Funded Project on DMTBF, MOF, Bangladesh, Dhaka,
2.5 An operational consistent macroeconomic accounting spreadsheet model for Bangladesh- analytical
framework, model structure, data base, test and calibration techniques and base line medium and long term
projections, pp.1-96, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (DFID, EU, Netherlands) Funded Project on
DMTBF, MOF, Bangladesh, Dhaka, 20 May 2014.
2.6 An Operational Guide to Prepare Medium Term Strategic Business Plans (MTSBP) for Line Ministries/
Divisions, pp.1-38, World Bank Administered and Multi-Donor (DFID, EU, Netherlands) Funded Project on
DMTBF, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh, Dhaka, January 15, 2012.
2.7 An Operational Macro-econometric Model and a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model for NepalModel Structures, Data Base, Test and Calibration Techniques, Part-1: 60 pages and Part-2: 65 pages, ADB
Resident Office in Kathmandu & Nepal Rastra Bank, Kathmandu, Oct 2009.
2.8 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.
2.9 Financial Planning- Part-1: Methodology, pp.1-34, Part-2: Policies, pp.1-32, ADB Capacity Building Projects
on Governance Reforms, Mongolia, January 2008.
2.10 Preparation of Strategic Business Plans- Structural Framework and Guidelines to Line Ministries, pp.1-74,
ADB-CBPGR, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Sep 2007.
B.

Published Papers in International Journals and Government Reports

2.11 Trends and projections of rail and road goods and passenger traffic in India, pp.105-161, in Transport
Planning and Development, ed. V Mahajan, Deep & Deep, Delhi, 1991.
2.12 Monitoring and Projecting Budget Deficits of the Government A Technical Note, Ministry of Finance, pp.121, August 1990.
2.13 Multisectoral and multiregional transport model for India database and calibration techniques, pp.391-403,
Environment and Planning (London), 15-A, 1983.
2.14 Application of shift and share technique for forecasting regional and sectoral growth in India in the Sixth Plan,
pp.187-200, Indian Journal of Regional Science, 13(2), 1981.
3. Management of External Debt, Public Debt and Contingent Liabilities
A. Books and Research Reports Published by Donors
3.1

The Gambia- Independent Debt Sustainability Analysis, pp.1-40, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, U.K.
August 2008, www.publications/thecommonwealth.org/

3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15

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/
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.
Economic Situation and Management of External Debt in Nepal, pp.1-15, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, May 2006.
Management of external debt in Nepal- legal, institutional framework and policy issues, pp.1-30, UN-ESCAP,
Bangkok, May 2006. www.unescap.org/pdd/debt/workshop/
Report on National Workshops on Capacity Building on External Debt Management in the Era of
Globalisation in Cambodia and Lao PDR During 20-24 February 2006, pp.1-21, UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, May
2006. www.unescap.org/pdd/debt/workshop/
Manual on Effective Debt Management, pp.1-118, ESCAP, United Nations, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006.
www.unescap.org/pdd/publications/debt-manual/
Management of external debt in Samoa- legal, institutional framework and policy issues, pp.1-30, UN-ESCAP,
Bangkok, Sept 2005. www.unescap.org/pdd/debt/workshop/
Country Experiences of India, pp.141-147, part-2, External Debt Statistics - Guide for Compilers and Users,
IMF and World Bank, Washington D.C., 2003.
Off budget risks and their management, Chapter-3, Public Expenditure, and Financial Management Review,
Report No. 24256-PH, A Joint Document of The Govt of the Philippines, World Bank and ADB, World
Bank Philippines Country Office, April 30, 2003.
Management of Public Debt in India, pp.85-110, in Accompanying Document to the Guidelines for Public Debt
Management, IMF, Washington, June 2002.
External Sector Related Contingent Liability- a Case Study on India, pp.1-123, Commonwealth Secretariat,
London, U.K., Jan 2001. www.publications/thecommonwealth.org/
Sovereign Debt Management in India, pp.561-579, Sovereign Debt Management Forum: Compilation of
Presentations, World Bank, Washington, 2000.
East Asian Economic Crisis and Lessons for External Debt Management, pp.77-95, in External Debt
Management, ed. by A. Vasudevan, RBI, Mumbai, April 1999.
Fiscal Policies for Management of External Capital Flows, pp. 194-207, in Corporate External Debt
Management, edited by Jawahar Mulraj, CRISIL, Bombay, Dec 1999
B.

Other Consultancy Reports

3.16 Guidelines for Management of Guarantees of the Government of Bangladesh, pp.1-40, World Bank
Administered DMTBF Project, Finance Division, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh, April 2014
3.17 Alternative Medium Term Debt Management Strategies for Bangladesh, pp.1-28, World Bank Administered
DMTBF Project, Finance Division, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh, Oct 2013.
3.18 Debt Sustainability Analysis for Bangladesh 2013, pp.1-25, World Bank Administered DMTBF Project,
Finance Division, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh, July 2013.
3.19 International Best Practices for Medium Term Debt Management Strategy, pp.1-20, World Bank Administered
DMTBF Project, Finance Division, MOF, Govt of Bangladesh, Aug 2012.
3.20 External Debt Management in Maldives- Policies, Strategies, Procedures and Institutional Set Up- An Inception
Report, pp.1-54, ADB Project on Public Financial Reforms, Min of Finance and Treasury, Maldives, Male,
Dec 2010.
3.21 External Debt Management in Uzbekistan- Policies, Strategies, Procedures, Legal and Institutional Set Up,
pp.1-45, World Bank Country Office, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, November 2008.
3.22 Management of external debt in Indonesia- legal, institutional framework and policy issues, pp.1-30, Ministry
of Finance, Govt of Indonesia, Dec. 2005.
3.23 Sustainability of External Debt- Conceptual Issues, Methodology and International Best practices- pp.1-36, UNESCAP, Bangkok, January 2006.

15.

Certification:

I, the undersigned, certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that


(i) This CV correctly describes my qualifications and my experience;
(ii) I am sanctioned (ineligible for engagement by any donors);
(iii) I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or
dismissal, if engaged.

Signature of expert

Date: 14 June 2016


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