Gurcharan Das Interviews: Noted Author, Commentator & Public Intellectual | IBEF
Over a 100 multinationals today have got R&D bases in India and they are taking advantage of the Indian scientists and knowledge workers. Read More >>
Exclusive Interview on Indian Economy with Gurcharan Das, noted author, commentator & public intellectual
Gurcharan Das has been widely acclaimed for his views on the potential of India’s economy and the values of its people, which are aptly reflected in his bestsellers like Elephant Paradigm, India Unbound and The Difficulty of Being Good: On the subtle art of dharma. He is a regular columnist in leading newspapers and also writes periodically for renowned international publications like the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Foreign Affairs and Newsweek. In this exclusive interaction with IBEF, he highlights the unique characteristics of the Indian economy and why India’s long term success is inevitable.
India’s role in a post-crisis world
In a decade, once we go back to the 7-8 per cent growth rate, the middle class will be around 50 per cent of the total population. Read More >>
Future of India's bottom up growth story
India has created around 25 globally competitive companies and another 25 companies are very close to that Read More >>
Is India’s success inevitable?
The per capita income is around US$ 1500-1600. This will double every decade. Read More >>
Investor perspective on India
When your savings rate is above 30 per cent, it means that you will go back very quickly to an 8 per cent rate of growth Read More >>