IndUS Forum Blog

Oct 29th

2011

Author By Prabhu Guptara
CategoryPosted in Economics
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The Role of Business Schools in Promoting Values in Business

I have only just had the time to finalise the text of my presentation at The Global Ethics Forum, Geneva, 30th June to 2nd July 2011, on the topic: “The Role of Business Schools in Promoting Values in Business”. Here it is: Mr Chairman, many thanks for that very kind introduction, and do allow me […]

Oct 21st

2011

Author By Prabhu Guptara
CategoryPosted in Current events
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Mahbubani: “What can save our world? The social contract!”

Professor Kishore Mahbubani, the Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, has an article in today’s Financial Times, arguing that “Two words can save our turbulent world: social contract. The social contract of the last three decades has died. We need to create a new one” […]

Oct 18th

2011

Author By Prabhu Guptara
CategoryPosted in Current events
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“A Final Chance?: The Economic Crisis and the Future of the USA.” Text of the talk given to the Arizona Council on Economic Education

Mr Chairman, many thanks for that very kind introduction, and I am grateful to you President Bill Hicks, to Executive Director Debbie Henney, and to your Board Member Dr Bill Weldon for your kind invitation for me to speak here this evening. May I say how delighted I am to see so many people taking […]

Oct 14th

2011

Author By Prabhu Guptara
CategoryPosted in IndUS Forum Blog
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“The four principles of Indian spirituality”

A friend sends me a beautiful set of powerpoints, propagating “the four principles of Indian spirituality”: (1) whomsoever you encounter is the right one (2) whatever happened is the only thing that could have happened (3) each moment in which something begins is the right moment (4) what is over is over” I was forced […]

Jul 21st

2011

Author By Prabhu Guptara
CategoryPosted in Current events
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The new China that is ahead

I have been thinking about President Hu’s comments at the recent APEC summit, in which he seemed to say that the new generation of Chinese leaders are committed not only to a greater liberalization in the Chinese economy, but also to transform the government so that it is bound by the rule of law and […]

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