Doing Business in India
January 7-11, 2013
Doing Business in India provides an overview of the Indian economy. This one-credit course looks at the successes and challenges India faces as it moves from a developing nation to one with a resilient, growing economy. Topics include business etiquette and culture within the context of Indian traditions and society; service industries; India’s appeal as an investment destination; the country’s evolution from an agricultural society to a modern, capitalist one; rural marketing; the role of multinationals; and how entrepreneurship works in India’s dynamic marketplace. Students who complete the course receive a certificate.
This course will be taught by two faculty members from the economics department of the H.R. College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai: Lavanya Rekha Bahadur, vice principal and director of student affairs, and Jehangir Bharucha, director of postgraduate studies and associate professor.
Each day of class will include 2 sessions:
10:00am-1:00pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm
Classes will take place in Honors Hall, Room 17
Co-sponsored by the Business & Liberal Arts (BALA) program and the Office of Global Education Initiatives (OGEI)
For questions, contact Barbara.Sandler@qc.cuny.edu
To apply, contact Saskia.Layden@qc.cuny.edu