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How Companies in Emerging Markets Break Out

Prof. Tarun Khanna will be giving a guest lecture on the topic“Creating Billions of Entrepreneurs”at ‘Three on the Bund’, Shanghai, China on 11th July, 2011 from 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm.
Location: Shanghai
Time: 11th July, 4.00pm to 6.00 pm

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Prof. Tarun Khanna has been interviewed recently by Songul Hatisaru for a Turkish article. The article says, “Indian enterprneurship guru partners with his students.”

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Prof. Tarun Khanna shares his opinion with livemint on ways to improve the higher education scenario in India. Rendering focus on the higher education Bill introduced by Kapil Sibal some time back, Prof. Khanna expects the bill to address to the inadequacies being faced by the higher education system in India.

Prof. Khanna points out three main inadequacies faced by the higher education system of India. These are – inadequate competition from other better institutions, inadequate experimentation and inadequate measurement of returns.

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Prof. Tarun Khanna and Krishna G. Palepu share their opinion in The World Financial Review on ‘Spotting and Responding to Institutional Voids’. They share their views on how should managers respond to institutional voids.

The authors opine on how the institutional approach aids in finding the exact match of features needed for productive exchange of resources in emerging markets.

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Prof. Tarun Khanna will be giving a lecture at the Agri Vision 2011, the sixth biennial international food and agribusiness conference organised by Nutreco at The Netherlands on 22nd June 2011.
Location: The Netherlands

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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.