Guest Speaker Seminar
In conjunction with Case Study (Finance & Development in Emerging Asia) | Course No. 5140723 A-Semester 2016
“India’s Experience with the PPP and its Consequence on the Banking Sector”
Open to all students
Speaker: Mrs. Madoka Koda
Senior Economist, Japan Center for International Finance (JCIF)
Monday, December 12, 2016, 10:25-12:10
Room 623, Administration Bureau Building 2
Facilitator: Prof. Toshiro Nishizawa
India is trying to build the infrastructure in dire need which will then enable to develop the manufacturing sector. However, against the backdrop of the chronical significant fiscal deficit, the government had to call for the PPP—public private partnership, which has been having difficulties taking off in India. Mrs. Koda is going to focus on the background, the reasons for the failure of PPP and its consequences on the banking sector.
About the speaker: Mrs. Madoka Koda joined Japan Center for International Finance in 1992 as a country analyst – economist. She spent years covering a wide range of countries and areas such as Indonesia, South Africa, European Union and Australia. She was posted to JCIF Representative Office in London from 2003 to 2006. Since 2009 she is serving as a senior economist on India.