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The world’s digital economy stands at a threshold where opportunity and risk stand in balance. Our digital evolution and productive use of new technologies rests on how well we can build digital trust. India, with many policy-led pushes for digitalization, including a Digital India campaign and initiatives, such as demonetization, to give a boost to digital payments, warrants the need for systemic changes to boost digital evolution in this type of environment. Bhaskar Chakravorti in this seminar will explore the privacy, security, and accountability aspects of the digital environments, as users’ expectations and interests change, so does public sentiment and regulatory pressure. While it will be up to digital companies to keep up and innovate in this new frontier for competitiveness what does the definition of digital trust mean in the Indian context?
The next Development Seminar will feature Bhaskar Chakravorti, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Brookings India.
Bhaskar Chakravorti is the Senior Associate Dean of International Business & Finance at The Fletcher School at Tufts University and Founding Executive Director of Fletcher’s Institute for Business in the Global Context. In addition, Chakravorti also serves on the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, is an Advisory Board member for the UNDP’s International Center for the Private Sector in Development, based in Istanbul, a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution India and the Senior Advisor for Digital Inclusion at the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth. Chakravorti is a regular writer and columnist for multiple publications and is the author of the book, “The Slow Pace of Fast Change: Bringing Innovations to Market in a Connected World” (Harvard Business Press).
Development Seminars Series @ Brookings India
The Development Seminars Series @ Brookings India is a platform for global scholars to present their work to a curated audience of senior government officials, politicians, journalists, academics and policy enthusiasts. The format of the seminars includes a senior researcher as a lead presenter and a government/industry expert to discuss the results and relevance within the Indian context. The fundamental focus of the seminar series is to draw research-based insights to shape and influence policy dialogues in India, through purposeful and pointed discussions.
Previous Development Seminar Series Photographs
Previous Development Seminars
- Who Benefits from College and the Stock Market?
- Indian Migration to the United States
- The Real Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy, By Viral Acharya
- Immigration and its Discontents
- America’s Economic Anxiety
- Using Technology to Strengthen Democracy
- The Online Education Revolution and India
- Environmental Challenges in India
- Corporate social responsibility in India: Law, implementation and evidence
- Pathways to Reducing Poverty and Sharing Prosperity in India
- Launch of paper ‘Building Smart Cities in India’
- D. Subbarao on leading the RBI through 5 turbulent years
- Disguised Corruption: Evidence from Consumer Credit in China
- Transporting India to the 2030s by Rakesh Mohan
Non-Resident Senior Fellow - Centre for Social and Economic Progress
Senior Associate Dean of International Business & Finance - The Fletcher School, Tufts University
Founding Executive Director of the Institute for Business in the Global Context - The Fletcher School, Tufts University
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