The Indian Econometric Society (TIES) is a registered society under Public Societies Registration Act, formed in 1960. It is one of the oldest and largest body of professional econometricians and quantitative economists with more than 2000 members from all over India and abroad. TIES organises annual conference where experts from all over India and abroad participate and deliberate on various issues.
TIES also publishes "Journal of Quantitative Economics" three issues in a year. Soon it will be increased to four in due course of time.
Objectives of The Indian Econometric Society :
The Indian Econometric Society was formed in 1960 and the objective of the Society is:
- To organise conferences on the issues of econometrics in order to provide a forum for economists, mathematicians and statisticians of India and abroad;
- To promote development of econometric methodology and techniques in general and with special reference to Indian conditions and problems in particular;
- To undertake and organise training and research and to publish the results of econometric studies from time to time, through its own journal or other media; and
- To undertake any other activity, which in the opinion of the General Body of the Council, advance the aims and objects of the society.