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Think India: The Rise of the World's Next Great Power and What It Means for Every American
“If you don’t read this book, you are going to be left behind. The future of the world will be determined by India.” —Richard D’Aveni, Professor of Strategic Management, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and author of Hypercompetition
With 1.1 billion residents and the fastest growing free market economy, the world’s largest democracy is poised to dominate the world stage. Vinay Rai, one of India’s top businessmen and philanthropists, gives an insider’s view into his country’s dynamic transformation and meteoric rise. With the economy soaring at eight percent a year, India is a medical and pharmaceutical frontrunner, an R&D powerhouse, a rising manufacturing hub, and an upand- coming cultural trendsetter from fashion to film. Rai also explores what impact this stunning growth will have on the United States in terms of business development and foreign policy, especially regarding China, with which India shares a border. Think India is fascinating and essential reading for forward-thinking businesspeople and anyone who wants to understand India’s new muscle on the global stage.read more
Vinay Rai is the founder and president of Rai University and president of the Rai Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the quality of education at all levels in India. He was educated at Delhi University in India and MIT in the United States. William L. Simon is the author of Beyond the Numbers: How Leading Companies Measure and Drive Success and coauthor of The Art of Deception and the bestseller iCon: Steve Jobs. Kent Cassella is an actor who divides his time between Vermont and New York. Television and film credits include all of the Law and Order franchise shows, FX's Rescue Me, Showtime's Brotherhood, and the Ben Affleck film The Town.read more
Reviews for Think India by Vinay Rai, William Simon
If I as an American, was suddenly assigned on a Friday afternoon to a sales position in India, I might pick this one up for the plane. It is a brief, optimistic and sometimes propagandistic treatment of business, history, world affairs, culture, ethics, future opportunities and (some minor problems (such as overpopulation poverty and the arcane legal system).read more
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