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Alan Rosling

The author is an entrepreneur and strategic adviser. He co-founded Kiran Energy and was earlier an Executive Director of Tata Sons. He was a Special Advisor to the British Prime Minister during 1991-93. He now lives in Hong Kong but is frequently in India. He is the author of Boom Country? the New Wave of Indian Enterprise.

Latest Articles By Alan Rosling

It’s Not All Gloom And Doom

Alan Rosling

The Roslings illustrate the pessimistic bias in how humans see the world by conducting a simple multi-choice test with groups from many backgrounds and nationalities

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Surya Namaskar

Alan Rosling

In many ways, solar demonstrates what can be achieved in India, even in infrastructure

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In Defence Of Lobbying

Alan Rosling

Lobbying government is a normal and acceptable business practice globally

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Modi @4: A Foreign Investor’s Perspective

Alan Rosling

Most foreign investors are encouraged by Mr Modi but want more from him, both in terms of more years of strong, honest and effective governance, but also in terms of deeper economic reforms that boost the growth rate nearer to India’s full potential

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India Needs Its Own Mark Carneys

Alan Rosling

The private sector in India has a better record of appointing foreign talent than does the public sector

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Boosting The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Alan Rosling

In recent years, India has seen a surge in new business creation, powered by digital technologies, greater availability of risk capital, supportive Government policy and a profound cultural change favouring entrepreneurship, especially among younger people

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Of Doklam And Dangal

Alan Rosling

One simple and actionable step, that would greatly facilitate both business and tourism, would be to open up more air routes between China (and Hong Kong) and India

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Protectionist Pleading

Alan Rosling

The key goal of economic policy should be to encourage competition in the interests of consumers, not producers

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The War For Talent

Alan Rosling

The war for talent will be won by those companies who rethink from first principles how to treat people

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Finding The Exit

Alan Rosling

Over the long term, no doubt, the underlying fundamentals of a changing India will support the case for burgeoning PE/ VC investments

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