Network & Programmes


At Oval Observer, our vision for the future of the emerging economies landscape rests on a two-pronged approach- creation of intelligent analysis on emerging markets’ interests and dissemination of knowledge to all stakeholders in such economies. Oval Observer believes in the need to create relevant engagement channels uniting multiple stakeholders on one single platform. Through our strategic initiatives, Oval Observer aims to provide flexible, relevant and diverse engagement channels to our stakeholders alongside intelligent research solutions. This dual approach enables us to provide a channel for our research and insights to take off from the ground, thus maintaining our commitment to generating real-world impact.

Oval Media Network:
The past two decades have seen the explosion of communications on multiple fronts with a vast network of interconnected information channels stretching across all 7 continents. This circumstantial change has vastly increased the relevance of the media in developing and harnessing networks for growth and development. Increasing informational symmetry through a global media network that cuts across geographical boundaries can optimize the role of the media in influencing opinion. Through a variety of instruments such as Closed Working Groups, newsletters, seminars and discussion groups, Oval Observer Foundation harnesses media networks for more informed international debate on key issues. At present, Oval Observer has set up a Media Network that develops linkages and access channels across 50+ frontline media companies from Asia, Europe and Africa.

Emerging Markets Parliamentarians’ Working Group:
Oval Observer Foundation is setting up an inter-parliamentary working group that will be able to appreciate multiple dimensions of the emerging economy landscape before framing a final opinion on interconnected issues. The Emerging Markets Parliamentarians’ Working Group (EMPWG) comprises of parliamentarians from the leading emerging markets of the world. The main objective of the group shall be to promote dialogue on trade and development between the member nations. The emergence of the BRICS bloc and its potential to change the course of international trade and investment is proof of the need to establish stronger ties between emerging markets. The Group serves as a platform to enhance trade and investment exchanges within the respective national parliaments as well as between parliamentarians from these economies. This dedicated Group aims to ensure greater market access between these economies. In this regard, the EMPWG shall aspire to identify its desired mandate and the necessary resources that are required to execute the same. While there have been numerous initiatives by civil society organizations and multilateral bodies to create an enabling environment for trade and investment to flourish in these economies, a parliamentarians’ working group has the potential to encourage substantial progress on such issues.

Projects

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Look West: India’s Leadership Role in West Asia

The project intends to throw light on India’s current foreign policy stance with respect to West Asia and engage the strategic and diplomatic community as well as the general public to build support for a more proactive stance by India in the region.

North East India Economic Forum

Act East Initiative: North East India Economic Forum

The North East India Economic Forum is being launched with the objective of creating a sustainable economic corridor for encouraging investments in the North East Region. The Forum will provide the much-needed platform for business leaders, industry and government to engage in deliberations focused on the socio-economic growth of the region as India’s growth story will remain incomplete without including this region, which is endowed with rich natural resources and a strategic geographical landscape.

Innovative Financial Instruments for Emerging Markets

Innovative Financial Instruments for Emerging Markets

The emerging economies have a huge potential for capital formation in infrastructure sectors, expansion of trade, growth of services and agrarian economy. However, a significant lack of financial innovation in these markets has hampered growth and investment in these economies. Traditional structures continue to thrive in these markets as they rely much on arbitrage. As a result, many new ventures are stifled at a very nascent stage given the dire need for well-established financial instruments as the necessary fuel.

 

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