Today News Online Service
New Delhi, March 13
Deepak Mishra will be the next director and chief executive of Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), a Delhi-based think-tank that was headed by the late economist Isher Judge Ahluwalia.
Mishra is with the World Bank’s East Asia and Pacific division and had served as its Delhi-based Country Economist for India from 2001-04. He was also the Country Economist for Ethiopia, Pakistan, Sudan and Vietnam. Deepak Mishra will take over from Rajat Kathuria who has was the ICRIER Director and & Chief Executive since 2012, said an announcement by ICRIER Chairperson Pramod Bhasin.