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Amey Sapre
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
amey@iitk.ac.in
Amey Sapre graduated from Symbiosis International University, Pune, and is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Economics at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur. Prior to joining IIT, he was a teaching assistant in Economics at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad, and IIM Indore. He also worked as a UGC-SAP Research Fellow at the School of Economics, Indore for sponsored research programmes in areas of development and agriculture in Madhya Pradesh. His doctoral research is on aspects of tax evasion and corruption. His research interests include public finance, and measurement issues in national accounts statistics.

Articles By Amey Sapre
Moving towards a principles-based drug retail policy in India
Posted On: 02 May 2017

Topics:   Health
Tags:   IT

The health ministry has proposed a new e-platform for tracking the country’s entire drug supply chain, including online sales. In this article, Smriti Sharma and Amey Sapre contend that the e-platform is a step in the right direction, but imposing the requirement of brick-and-mortar facilities on e-pharmacies is incorrect. Regulators should adopt an approach that promotes the principles of competition, innovation, and customer protection and responsibility in the drugs market.
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GDP conundrum: Some areas of concern around growth overestimation in Indian manufacturing
Posted On: 18 Nov 2016

Topics:   Economic Growth

Based on the new GDP series, large upward revisions in manufacturing growth rates were made – from 1.1% to 6.2% in 2012-13, and from -0.7% to 5.29% in 2013 – 14 that were not reflective of the actual performance of the sector during the period. In this article, Amey Sapre, doctoral student in Economics at IIT Kanpur, analyses some of the methodological issues in measuring growth in the manufacturing sector.

This is the third of a four-part series.

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