Dr. Dilli Raj Khanal is the former Member of Parliament and National Planning Commission. After PhD in economics in 1986, he is in research, teaching and social works. He is the founder Chairman of the Institute for Policy Research and Development (IPRAD) established in 1995. He teaches advance macro economics to the M. Phil. students in the Central Department of Economics, T.U. He has published several books, policy papers and reports individually and jointly to his credit. His recent paper is Political Economy of Self-reliant Development: Theories and Practices in Nepal in a book on Political Economy of Nepal (2017). His published book include Contemporary Issues on Global and Nepalese Economy: Mainstreaming the Real Policy Agenda (2014), Aid Effectiveness under PRSP in Nepal (2008), Understanding Reforms in Nepal: Political Economy and Institutional Perspective (2005), Macroeconomic Policies, Shocks and Poverty Reduction in Nepal: Simulation Based Quantitative Analysis (2005) and Public Expenditure in Nepal: Growth, Pattern and Impact (1988). He has worked extensively to many international and regional agencies. His pioneering contributions include input/output and macro modeling in Nepal. His recent research works and writings are focused on political economy aspects of socio-economic transformation and development.
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