Mohammed Saqib has over 30 years of experience with Government think tanks like Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies (RGICS) and Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRIER). He has strong expertise in International Trade, economic reforms, FDI, Industrial Policy and WTO related issues.
Some of his publications are as follows –
- MSME Report, RGICS/ SIDBI 2010
- “FDI Funded and Export- Oriented Mass Manufacturing in China: Lessons for Indian Manufacturing Sector”. ADB/ ICRIER 2010
- “A Sino-Indian Axis for Innovation and Sustainability”, The WWF 2009
- “Sustainable Investment in Indian Industry: A cross section analysis” The WWF 2008
- “Environmental Goods and Services: Emerging opportunities and Old Threats”. Ministry of Environment, Government of India 2007
- “TRIPS and the Convention on Biological Diversity: Impact on India under Multilateral Trading System” Ministry of Environment, Government of India2007
- “India’s Industrial subsidy and incentive: Are They WTO Compatible?” DGFT, Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India. 2007
- “WTO Implementation Issues: Institutional Framework and Domestic Capacity Building in India”. The World Bank 2005
- “International Standards and Domestic Capacity Building in India” Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India.
- “WTO Agreement on Sanitary and Phyto- Sanitary Measures and its Implications on India’s Agri exports ” European Union SPF Project. 2005
- “Implications of the WTO Agreements on SPS and TBT on Access to Health” Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and WHO Project, 2006
- “Non Tariff Barriers to India’s processed food Exports: Analysis of Marine products” The World Bank 2004
- “Report on Poverty Alleviation through Generating Employment in India” UNDP 1999
- “Impact of Environmental Requirement on India’s Export Performance: Scoping Study For Environment Friendly Products” UNCTAD 2004
- “Environmental Issues and Domestic Regulations in Indian Electronic Industry” International Institute for Environment and Development and Commonwealth Secretariat. UK 2005.