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India and the Knowledge Economy

 

The Skills and Innovation Policy (SIP) program's interactions with top Indian policymakers interested in knowledge economy issues date back to 2001 when it organized a very successful high level forum for policymakers and representatives of the private sector and civil society from Brazil, China and India. A comprehensive report on India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities followed in 2005. The program is currently working with the World Bank’s India country team on issues of enhancing the environment for innovation and fostering Diaspora networks.

 

Publications

 

arrowPromoting Inclusive Innovation in India. Anuja Utz and Carl Dahlman. October 2007.


arrowIndia and the Knowledge Economy - The road to a best selling World Bank report. An article about the publication of a best-selling report, India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities.

 

arrowDiaspora Networks and the International Migration of Skills: How Countries Can Draw on their Talent Abroad. The book offers a chapter on Indian Diaspora. June 2006.

 

arrowIndia and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities. The book makes key policy recommendations to increase India's competitiveness in the global economy, boost economic productivity and growth, and help reduce poverty. June 2005.

 

arrowPreliminary Benchmarking KE Assessments: India. Presentation by Carl Dahlman and Anuja Utz, November 2004. (PDF, 1.6Mb)

 

arrowIndia’s Transformation to Knowledge-Based Economy – Evolving Role of the Indian Diaspora. The key objectives of this paper are to analyze the increasingly important role of the successful Indian Diaspora in facilitating growth and improving process management within the knowledge intensive industries in India. July 2004. (PDF, 84Kb)

 

Learning Events

 

bullet point for eventsGovernance of Technical and Engineering Education in India - Pilot Learning Forum. Hyderabad, India, September 23-26, 2009. New!

 

bullet point for eventsForum on Governance of Higher Education in India: How Best to Strike the Balance between Autonomy and Accountability? India, July 9-10, 2008.

 

arrowGlobal Workshop on Migration of Talent and Diasporas of the Highly Skilled.The workshop focused on the design of public policies to leverage expatriate skills abroad for the benefit of the countries of origin. April 2005.

 

arrowGlobal Innovation Policy Dialogue: India and China. The event was designed to discuss issues related to the promotion of innovation in developing economies. April 2005.

 

arrowWorkshop on India and the Knowledge Economy. The main aim of the workshop was to have a broad discussion with a wide range of stakeholders from government and the private sector on how Indiacan leverage its potential to further compete in the global knowledge economy. November 2004.

 

arrowK4D Policy forum for Brazil, China, and India. A policy forum for high level policymakers and representatives from the private sector and civil society. March 2001.

 

All Available Downloads

 

Did not find what you are looking for? The search engine below provides access to all the downloadable SIP resources relevant to India’s strive towards knowledge economy, big and small – books, reports, policy notes and presentations. 

 

kam chart smallUse an interactive database - the Knowledge Assessment Methodology (KAM), to benchmark India’s position in the global knowledge economy.

 




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