The India-US Partnership

$ 1 Trillion by 2030

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ISBN:

9780199467235

Publication date:

11/04/2016

Hardback

264 pages

Price: 775.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199467235

Publication date:

11/04/2016

Hardback

264 pages

Nish Acharya

Backed by 62 interviews of leaders from business, government, civil society, and the academia, and 30 case studies on the growing impact of American organizations on the Indian economy and of Indians on the American economy, this study highlights organizations that are inspirational models for their sectors and are aiming at realizing a trillion-dollar, long-term economic partnership between India and America.

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Nish Acharya

Description

The story of US–India relations is one of unfulfilled potential. Despite their common commitment to democracy, diversity, and free markets, their short- and long-term objectives have not aligned in a way to create a robust economic and political partnership. These two nations, which will soon be the second and the third largest economies in the world, must find ways to increase their economic integration over the next 15 years—through institutional capacity building, creating a startup culture, and using India’s talent pool to resolve complex global problems.
Engaging the question of bilateral partnership from the perspectives of investment, public policy, and philanthropy, Acharya delves into ways in which India can approach the goal of $1 trillion worth of economic ties with the US by 2030. Backed by 62 interviews of leaders from business, government, civil society, and the academia, and 30 case studies on the growing impact of American organizations on the Indian economy and of Indians on the American economy, this study highlights organizations that are inspirational models for their sectors and are aiming at realizing a trillion-dollar, long-term economic partnership between India and America.

About the Author

Nish Acharya is the CEO of Citizence, a consulting firm that works with companies, governments, NGOs, and impact investors worldwide on the issues of impact, sustainability, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He is also a Visiting Fellow with Gateway House: The Indian Council on Global Relations, Mumbai, India; a Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress; and a contributor to Forbes.

Nish Acharya

Table of contents


Preface
Summary of Recommendations
(a) Philanthropy and corporate social responsibility (CSR)
(b) Business and investment
(c) Public policy and government-to-government
List of Interviews
List of Case Studies
List of Abbreviations
Introduction

1. Developing a Better Understanding of the Relationship
2. Creating Immediate Impact on the Relationship
3. The Medium Term: Early Returns in Game-changing Industries
4. The Long Term: Using Innovation to Change the World
Conclusion

Appendix: Survey of 62 Indian and American
Thought Leaders
Notes
Index
About the Author

Nish Acharya

Features

  • The first comprehensive study of US–India bilateral trade
  • Shows the growing impact of Indians and Indian organizations on the US
  • Scrutinizes the role of innovation, startups and technology in the bilateral relationship
  • Is based on over sixty interviews of leaders from business, government, non-profit organizations, and the academia
  • Offers several case studies from both India and the US

Nish Acharya

Nish Acharya

Description

The story of US–India relations is one of unfulfilled potential. Despite their common commitment to democracy, diversity, and free markets, their short- and long-term objectives have not aligned in a way to create a robust economic and political partnership. These two nations, which will soon be the second and the third largest economies in the world, must find ways to increase their economic integration over the next 15 years—through institutional capacity building, creating a startup culture, and using India’s talent pool to resolve complex global problems.
Engaging the question of bilateral partnership from the perspectives of investment, public policy, and philanthropy, Acharya delves into ways in which India can approach the goal of $1 trillion worth of economic ties with the US by 2030. Backed by 62 interviews of leaders from business, government, civil society, and the academia, and 30 case studies on the growing impact of American organizations on the Indian economy and of Indians on the American economy, this study highlights organizations that are inspirational models for their sectors and are aiming at realizing a trillion-dollar, long-term economic partnership between India and America.

About the Author

Nish Acharya is the CEO of Citizence, a consulting firm that works with companies, governments, NGOs, and impact investors worldwide on the issues of impact, sustainability, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He is also a Visiting Fellow with Gateway House: The Indian Council on Global Relations, Mumbai, India; a Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress; and a contributor to Forbes.

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Table of contents


Preface
Summary of Recommendations
(a) Philanthropy and corporate social responsibility (CSR)
(b) Business and investment
(c) Public policy and government-to-government
List of Interviews
List of Case Studies
List of Abbreviations
Introduction

1. Developing a Better Understanding of the Relationship
2. Creating Immediate Impact on the Relationship
3. The Medium Term: Early Returns in Game-changing Industries
4. The Long Term: Using Innovation to Change the World
Conclusion

Appendix: Survey of 62 Indian and American
Thought Leaders
Notes
Index
About the Author

Read More