By Prof. Keyoor Purani Courtesy: FutureKerala, July 29,2017, p6 https://futurekerala.in I was reading the Kerala Chief Minister’s interview, focused on the first year performance of his government, in the recent issue of India Today. One of the initial questions put to the CM (which was also highlighted in large print) by the interviewer struck me – ‘Kerala is investment unfriendly state, what has …Read more »
By Prof. Rohit Jindal Dr. Rohit Jindal is an Associate Professor in the Department of Decision Sciences at MacEwan University School of Business. He holds a PhD from Michigan State University (USA) and an MSc from the University of Edinburgh (UK). He has previously worked at University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business and in the Department of Resource Economics at …Read more »
Prof. Justin Paul, professor with the graduate school of business University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, USA and a visiting professor at Deakin University, Australia delivered a seminar on “A new model for internationalization of a firm” & a session on publishing different types of Research articles (empirical, conceptual, review etc.). Abstract: The speaker made a presentation on how to develop a …Read more »
By Prof.Aparajith Ramnath Abstract short talk and informal interaction by Prof Aparajith Ramnath on his new book “The Birth of an Indian Profession: Engineers, Industry, and the State, 1900–47″ published by Oxford University Press.
By Dr. Badri Narayana Gopalakrishnan Abstract: Trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are the two major channels through which spillover of benefits—embodied and disembodied—occur between the source and the host nations. In this paper, we consider the technological spillover to the domestic firms in the host nations via FDI. As countries pass through stages of industrialization and undergo structural transformation …Read more »