- xxii, 37 pages : ilustrations ; 28 cm.
- Additional Authors
- Khambatta, Persis.
- Corporate Author
- Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.)
- As the U.S.-India relationship continues to deepen, some misconceptions unfortunately linger about the forces driving India's economic growth. Over the course of a year-long lecture series, the CSIS Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Policy Studies invited key business leaders to discuss the issues facing some of the foundational, albeit underexplored, sectors of the emerging Indian economy. Infrastructure, energy, health care, and manufacturing are all top priorities for India's leaders. The policies affecting these sectors will have long-lasting implications for India's growth trajectory. The business leaders who delivered public remarks for this project outlined some of those choices and their importance. You will find their respective analyses and recommendations compiled in this report.Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- India's energy options: new sources, innovations, and areas of cooperation -- India on the move: infrastructure for the 21st century (part I) -- India on the move: infrastructure for the 21st century (part II) -- The United States and India: innovating health care -- The United States, India, and the future of automotive manufacturing -- Appendices.Includes bibliographical references.