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By Manash Ranjan Gupta and Trishita Ray Barman Abstract This paper develops a model of endogenous economic growth with special consideration to the role of productive public expenditure and environmental pollution; and analyses the properties of optimal fiscal policy in the steady state growth equilibrium.
Given this context, in the paper, ‘Optimal Taxation in a Federation and GST in India’ (goo.gl/TjBpXH), this author and Trishita Ray Barman try to understand the short-term and long-term dynamic effects of this change to GST.
Trishita Ray Barman (ISI, Kolkata): “Health, Infrastructure, Environment and Endogenous Growth” Lakshmi Iyer (Harvard Business School) and Anandi Mani (University of Warwick): “Traveling Agents: Political Change and Bureaucratic Turnover in India” Brishti Guha (Singapore Management
by Trishita Ray Barman This paper attempts to develop a model of endogenous growth with special consideration to the role of productive public expenditure in the presence of congestion effect of private capital and environmental pollution.
Last, but de nitely not the least, I would like to thank my closest friends, Trishita Ray Barman, Piyali Khasnobis, and Sashwati Bhattacherji, for their love and understanding and for forgiving me for not being able to be a part of their happy and sad moments.
HEALTH, INFRASTRUCTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND ENDOGENOUS GROWTH Manash Ranjan Gupta and Trishita Ray Barmanψ Economic Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, B. T. Road, Kolkata ABSTRACT This paper attempts to develop a model of endogenous growth with special focus on the role of health capital, public infrastructure and ...
(with Trishita Ray Barman) Abstract: Optimal tax models, starting from Ramsey (1927), are often studied using a single government. However, there are several countries which are federations and multiple level of governments have fiscal authority.