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Wharton West Forum Waxes Optimistic on India’s Innovation.

Indiawest.com | Jan 01, 2014

Optimism about India playing a major role in global innovation was the prevailing opinion at a conference Nov. 18 here at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School West campus. Wharton School Dean Thomas Robertson delivered the opening remarks in a video message from Philadelphia. The West Coast event culminated Wharton’s “India as a Pioneer of Innovation” conference, which began on the Penn campus 14-15 and featured speakers including ICICI CEO and managing director Chanda Kochhar and Sam Pitroda, adviser to the prime minister of India and founder and chairman of C-SAM.

Inventus Capital Partners managing director and TiE co-founder Kanwal Rekhi keynoted the San Francisco session, which was preceded by two panels covering India’s advantages for innovation and its legal and regulatory framework.

Robertson rattled off UPenn’s claim to fame as a center for India and South Asia studies, citing the “scores of (Penn) faculty working on India,” the plethora of students from India attending UPenn and the university’s cooperative role in helping advance the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad and the new Indian School of Business in Mohali, Punjab.

“It is a high priority for us,” the dean emphasized.

Penn’s South Asia Center was one of the earliest federally recognized National Resource Centers for the study of South Asia when it started 48 years ago.

Penn’s Center for the Advanced Study of India is the only U.S. research center dedicated to the study of contemporary India.

Knowledge@Wharton, the university’s excellent newsletter, has more than 300,000 subscribers in India, Robertson pointed out.

Harbir Singh, management professor and co-director of the Mack Institute for Innovation Management at the Wharton School, moderated a panel on “India’s Role in Global Innovation.”

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