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Assessing and Learning from India's Economy
October 2, 2002

Is India a model for development in third-world economies? How must Western business approaches be transformed to work in poorer countries? What can India's institutions tell us about change necessary to support economic growth?

Raghuram Rajan and C. K. Prahalad explored these questions at a symposium cosponsored by the Consulate General of India-Chicago and Chicago GSB.

View highlights of the presentation by clicking on the video links below.
Video clips are in Windows Media format.

WELCOME
Edward A. Snyder
Dean and George Pratt Shultz Professor of Economics
Chicago GSB

INTRODUCTION
Surendra Kumar, '79
Consul General
Consulate General of India-Chicago

PARTICIPANTS
C.K. Prahalad
Harvey C. Fruehauf Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Corporate Strategy & International Business
University of Michigan Business School
» Rethinking traditional business approaches (5:58)
» Why outsource knowledge work to India (6:10)
» India as "laboratory" for proof of concept (9:05)

Raghuram Rajan
Joseph L. Gidwitz Professor of Finance
Chicago GSB
» On lack of government support (2:41)
» How India's legacy has hindered past growth (5:23)
» Factors contributing to India's current growth (5:35)


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