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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

Just Say No

Alan Rosling

The Prime Minister has established a tone in Delhi that eschews corruption by ministers or officials

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Fat Cats & Revolting Shareholders

Alan Rosling

There seems at best a loose linkage between pay and performance in the Indian boardroom

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Echoes Of A Younger Self

Alan Rosling

The potential remains for the UK and India to develop a truly special relationship, but it would require imagination, humility and boldness from both sides

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It’s Not All Gloom And Doom

Alan Rosling

The Roslings, for example, point to widespread ignorance over the global achievement of poverty reduction through economic growth

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Welcome To India

Alan Rosling

To attract and retain investors, we urgently need to re-assess the regulatory demands placed on business

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High ESG Standards Mean Higher Profits

Alan Rosling

This upsurge in ESG investment is partly because investors increasingly demand that companies behave ethically and govern themselves well, as a matter of principle

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The Second Law Of Bureaucracy

Alan Rosling

The policy purpose for every regulation and compliance should be clear, its cost benefit assessed and benchmarked against requirements in other countries. The process for completing returns should then be streamlined and made easy online

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36 Years On From The Step Inn

Alan Rosling

In his second term, if Mr Modi wins next year, he will need to be more confidently radical in economic policy

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Can Elephants Dance?

Alan Rosling

So, how might large firms survive and retain leadership in an increasingly Darwinian world?

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Enterprisers Matter

Alan Rosling

It is entrepreneurs who are the enzymes animating the complex process that engenders innovation

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