Prof. Tarun Khanna talks to Business Standard on strategies to be adopted by companies before setting foot in other nations. ‘Companies should keep on asking themselves what they are good at,’ says Khanna. He talks about emerging markets, their scope and limitations highlighting institutional voids and how companies are working towards filling them.

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Outlook Business takes Prof. Tarun Khanna’s views on challenges faced by Indian Inc. today post liberalization and on what needs to be done to grow and shine in the coming decade. “This is the best time for India to get its house in order. It has to look at every form of public good,” says Prof. Khanna.

It is likely that protectionism is increasing its presence in the country. Prof. Khanna says it could be a ’setback’ in case it increases much. “This is when it has to look at every form of public good like infrastructure, education and healthcare. It is really back to basics for India,” he feels.

Prof. Tarun Khanna shares his opinion in Fortune magazine on the recent uprising in Egypt and how can it be reconstructed back. He opines that “Business leaders working in the Middle East should not stand by the sidelines or hop on the next flight out. They should act to rebuild trust, wherever and whenever it is possible.”

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