Cornell EMI in collaboration with NU CEM Presents a Symposium on

"Modi-fication of the Indian Economy"


Speaker: Jayant Sinha, Rustom Desai, Arun K. Singh, and many more
Location: Conference Center, Cornell U. School of Industrial & Labor Relations, New York City

Cornell EMI in collaboration with NU CEM Presents a Symposium on

“Modi-fication of the Indian Economy”

October 13, 2015, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Conference Center, Cornell U. School of Industrial & Labor Relations, New York City


With the election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May 2014, India has entered a new phase of optimism. The economy has been growing at approximately 7 percent p.y. and the government has launched several initiatives, such as the Make in India program, to promote growth and investment. What opportunities can businesses expect over the next 12 months?


Keynote Speakers:


sinha  desai  singh

Jayant Sinha                                 Rustom Desai                               Arun K. Singh

Hon. Minister of State of Finance            CEO, Corning India            Hon. Ambassador of India to USA


Besides Keynote speakers, there will be panels on (1) India’s capital markets, (2) R&D and Innovation opportunities in India, and (3) the Make in India program.


Other speakers include Lourdes Casanova (Director, EMI, Cornell U), Soumitra Dutta (Dean, Johnson Graduat School of Business, Cornell U), Hugh Courtney (Dean, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern U), Mukesh Aghi (President, US-India Business Council), Tarun Das (Former Director General, Confedration of Indian Industries), Ravi Ramamurti (Director, CEM, NU), Venkat Srinivasan (CEO, Rage Frameworks and CEM Advisory Board member), and about a dozen other senior executives with extensive experience in India.