Anil Gupta, the Michael D. Dingman Chair in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, recently gave a talk on Indo-China relations as part of the Breakfast at the Asia Society India Centre series in Mumbai.
Gupta, with his Silk Road Rediscovered (Wiley, 2014) co-author Girija Pande, shared insight from the book with local Asia Society members, who include leaders in business, education and policy.
The book proposes a roadmap for Indian and Chinese companies to become globally stronger by “winning in each other’s markets.” The work follows Getting China and India Right (Wiley, 2009); Global Strategies for Emerging Asia (Wiley, 2012) by Gupta, who is listed in Thinkers 50 -- widely recognized as the world’s definitive ranking of the top 50 business thinkers.
In addition to Mumbai and five U.S. centers, Asia Society operates outposts in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Manila, Seoul and Sydney. Its mission involves disseminating industrial and cultural knowledge and promoting collaboration across Asia Pacific and the United States.