Established in August 1981, the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) is an autonomous, policy-oriented, not-for-profit, economic policy think tank. It aims at enhancing the knowledge-content of Indian policymaking by conducting and disseminating analytical research that is targeted at informing the country’s policymakers and improving its interface with the global economy. Read more>>

About Icrier’s Health Policy initiative

Access to quality, safe and efficacious drugs is a major issue in India, especially in the context of the rising profile of chronic diseases, which are care-intensive, and increasing health-seeking behavior with improving incomes, higher education, health consciousness and insurance coverage. What should be the role of the drug regulators, and how can they leverage and develop the potential of the pharmaceutical industryRead more>>