India's Impact -- Lecture Tonight @ RAND | KCET
India's Impact -- Lecture Tonight @ RAND
Krishna Kumar, RAND's senior economist, lectures free-of-charge this evening in Santa Monica about, "Mumbai Rising? The Implications of India's Economic Rise for the United States"
From the media alert:
"[The lecture] will explore how India's impact on the global economy has increased significantly over the past two decades as a result of the rapid growth that followed its economic reforms. Investors and multinational businesses have been drawn to India's affordable, highly skilled workforce, and the improved business climate has spurred the United States to become India's largest trading and investment partner.
But how will this strategic partnership continue to develop, in the wake of the global financial crisis? Will the United States continue to inspire Indian entrepreneurship and be a magnet for Indian talent? Will India's economic reforms continue to receive support in the absence of inclusive growth?"
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