Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi (CPR)
The CPR is an autonomous institution and has been established with the objective of studying major policy issues before the nation and suggesting alternative policy options. The CPR conceives of its larger role as one of contributing to the clarification of the continuing national debate on the present and future development of the Indian society. The CPR works in close cooperation with policy makers both political and administrative, academic policy researchers and the media. It seeks to bring together on each issue, the key policy actors, namely, politicians, policy thinkers, and administrators. The CPR has been involved in several important policy making exercises in political, economic and social fields.
Latest documents from Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi
Reforming the liability regime for air pollution in IndiaS. Ghosh / Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015Document
India’s sustainable development led approach to climate mitigation for ParisN.K. Dubash, R. Khosla / Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015Document
The institutionalisation of climate policy in India: designing a development-focused, co-benefits based approachN.K. Dubash, N.B. Joseph / Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015Document
Informing India’s energy and climate debate: policy lessons from modelling studiesN.K. Dubash, R. Khosla, N.D. Rao, K.R. Sharma / Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015Document
CZMAs and coastal environments: two decades of regulating land use change on India’s coastlineM. Menon / Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015