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Equitable reforms for equitable growth

If India grows at 8 to 9 per cent annually, the per capita GDP will increase from the current level of US$ 1600 to US$ 8000 by 2030. Then India will transit from being a low income to a genuinely middle-income country.  From the special article on Development by Dr C

A rare treat awaits you

IE will present close to 50 policymakers, academics, finance specialists, business leaders in the daylong seminar at ITC Grand Chola on 15 March 2018 For registration email us at : indecom1968@gmail.com                                 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMIST (IE) GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS  

The IE Golden Jubilee Committee

IE Golden Jubilee Committee Members Pure gold committee members  Dr M Anandakrishnan, former Vice-Chancellor, Anna University/ Chairman, IIT -K Chandrajit Banerjee, Director-General, CII R Gopalakrishnan, former Director Tata Sons N Gopalaratnam, Chairman, Seshasayee Group S Gurumurthy, Chartered Accountant, Editor - Thuglak F C Kohli, Tata Consultancy Services K Jayaramakrishnan, TCS Dr V Krishnamurthy, BHEL,Maruti,SAIL,NMCC Lakshmi Narayanan, Cognizant Technologies S V Mony , former Chairman, 

A collector’s copy

IE Golden Jubilee Article Contributors The IE Golden Jubilee issue deals with the theme India 2030. The contributors include: Dr M Anandakrishnan, former Vice-Chancellor, Anna University/ Chairman, IIT –K Prof. S. Ayyappan, NABARD Chair Professor, Mr Kandasamy Bharathan, Managing Director,Kavithalaya Productions Mr R Dinesh, Managing Director, TVS Logistic Services Mr N Gopalaswami, former Chief Election Commissioner

Urban Mobility on AUTO-MODE!

We must nurture a home-grown eco-system, lest we just swap bill for oil importation with an invoice for electronics, batteries and critical raw materials. From the special article on automobile by Dr V Sumantran, Chairman, Celeris Technologies. Such special articles by 25 other such experts on the theme India 2030 will appear

Dawn of a new technological era

The coming technological revolution will happen through artificial intelligence and machine learning. Next-gen drones and robots would be smarter, lighter and faster than today’s versions. From the special article on technology by S Ramadorai, Former vice chairman TCS. Special articles by 25 other such experts on the theme India 2030 appear in

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