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India's reform push stronger than others, but Modi could have ...

India is a country that has consistently disappointed the optimists and the pessimists, Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets and chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, wrote in his latest book, The Rise and Fall of ... Economic Times, 3 days ago

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On The Rise And Fall Of Nations

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Ruchir Sharma about his new book The Rise and Fall of Nations, which is an excellent book outlining Ruchir's thoughts on the global economy. Below is a summary of our discussion and highlights from his ...
 Seeking Alpha2 days ago Book review: The Rise and Fall of Nations; sneak peak into the future  Financial Express6 days ago Ruchir Sharma Offers New Math for the World's Economic Future  Time2 weeks ago Why Ruchir Sharma Thinks India Has a Bright Future  Bloomberg2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

India has a policy of privatisation by 'malign neglect': Ruchir Sharma

NEW DELHI: India should have sold state-owned companies when they were valuable instead of simply watching private firms drive them into irrelevance, according to noted investment banker Ruchir Sharma. "India has adopted a de-facto policy of what ...
 Economic Times2 days ago
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Financial Express

India should have sold valuable PSUs; why adopt policy of privatisation by malign neglect: Ruchir Sharma

Ruchir Sharma says, India has adopted a de-facto policy of what I can only describe as privatisation by malign neglect. (PTI Photo) India should have sold state-owned companies when they were valuable instead of simply watching private firms drive ...
 Financial Express2 days ago

Ruchir Sharma on why India faces a grave risk, and it's got to do with small cities

When I visited Bangkok in early 2010, the city was still reeling from the running conflict between political parties representing the capital elite on one side and the impoverished provinces on the other. Locals said the roots of the trouble could ...
 Economic Times6 days ago

China continues to face 'kiss of debt'; prefer US: Ruchir Sharma

Speaking to CNBC about his new book, “The Rise and Fall of Nations” Sharma said that he prefers US over China despite the possibility of Donald Trump making it to the White House.
 Money Control2 weeks ago China's kiss of debt  CNBC2 weeks ago How China Fell Off the Miracle Path  RealClearWorld2 weeks ago

India will struggle to cash in on is demographics

A crucial yet sometimes overlooked driver of economic growth, Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma wrote in the March/April issue of Foreign Affairs, is growth in the working-age population. Over the next decade, India is expected to be the leader by that metric among the world's 10 biggest economies. Read ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Bloomberg

Comparing Wall Street to the Wild

Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, talks about his new book "The Rise and Fall of Nations: Forces of Change in the Post-Crisis World."
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago Morgan Stanley sees babies as key to emerging markets  Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago Babies and Billionaires Key to Emerging Markets, Morgan Stanley Says  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Morgan Stanley Sees Babies, Billionaires Key to Emerging Markets  La Repubblica2 weeks ago
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Ruchir Sharma

LSE public lecture Date: Tuesday 12 July 2016 Time: 6.30-8pm Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building Speaker: Chair: Jonathan Black Ruchir Sharma explores the forces triggering political revolts and economic slowdowns in every major region. By ...
 London School of Economics2 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Brexit is bad for markets, but it's the uncertainty that is killing

With the Brexit vote now in, Britain's departure from the European Union (EU) is now only a matter of time. The negotiation of Britain's future relationship with the EU may take up to two years, which is why the markets will remain skittish for a ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
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