Brexiters are making a dangerous mistake in their argument for leaving the EU
An essential claim of UK campaigners who want to leave the European Union is that the country could negotiate the same access to European markets from the outside as it now has from the inside.
This is a dangerous folly.
Read the full piece from Prof. Bhide at Quartz
Sustainable Business and Sustainable Development: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Given that 2030 is not that far, when one considers the magnitude of the [UN Sustainable Development] goals, it is worthwhile asking, which of the many stakeholders can maintain the momentum? Whose incentives are most closely aligned with achieving the goals and who has the resources to execute at scale across countries?
The answer is unavoidable: global business, as a stakeholder group, is best positioned to take the lead.
Read the full op-ed from Dean Chakravorti at The Guardian
What the Next Silicon Valley CEO Traveling to India Must Read to Avoid a Dusty Downfall
In case you had any doubts that the Valley sees India as its next Valhalla, witness the parade of tech titans coming through. Apple’s Tim Cook was only the latest, following in the footsteps of Messrs Bezos, Ma and Zuckerberg, among so many others, along with the homegrown lads, Nadella and Pichai. India is a market like no other; here lies seemingly endless opportunity.
Read the full op-ed from Dean Chakravorti in The Indian Express