The Political Economy of ICT Growth and Development in India

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The Globalization, Innovation, and Development Speaker Series presents, "The Political Economy of ICT Growth and Development in India" with Anthony P. D'Costa, Copenhagen Business School.

Anthony P. D'Costa is a Professor in Indian Studies at the Asia Research Centre, Copenhagen Business School. Prior to this appointment in 2008 he was with the University of Washington for eighteen years. He has written extensively on the global steel, Indian automobile, and Indian IT industries. He is currently working on the theme of globalization and the international mobility of IT workers examining migration pattern, immigration policies, national innovation systems, and tertiary education inIndia, Japan, and the US. His books are: The Long March to Capitalism: Embourgeoisment, Internationalization,and Industrial Transformation in India (2005), India in the Global Software Industry (coedited, 2003), The New Economy and Development: ICT Challenges and Opportunities(edited, 2006), and The New Asian Innovation Dynamics: China and India in Perspective(coedited, 2009). He has several fellowships, including the American Institute of Indian Studies, Fulbright-Hays, Korea Foundation, Social Science Research Council, WIDER, and most recently the Abe. He edits "Technology, Globalization and Development"and "India's Changing Role in the Global Political Economy" book series and serves on the editorial boards of Asian Business and Managementand the European Journal of Development Research.

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