September 23, 2013, Washington DC
Lectures were delivered by Bill Kovacic, Professor George Washington University and Rakesh Mohan, Executive Director, IMF on the topics, “Capacity-Building in New Competition Systems” and “Emerging Powers and Global Governance” respectively, at the George Washington Law School in Washington DC on 23rd September, 2013.
Nirupama Menon Rao, India’s Ambassador to USA chaired the lecture while Swaminathan S. A. Aiyar and Edward Luce commented.
“By 2030, China’s economy and by 2060, India’s economy could be much larger than the economy of United States, if one goes by current projections. The rate of change that has been predicted, if it does come around, it would be quite dramatic in the next 20 years. These changes do indicate that changes at the level of global governance to have to happen, for example the emergence of G-20 countries, which is more participatory” – Rakesh Mohan, Executive Director, IMF
“Recruitment of the right people and the right level is one of the key ingredients to ensure success of a competition agency” – Bill Kovacic, Professor George Washington University
- China and India to Outgrow USA in Times to Come: Mohan
Washington DC, September 24, 2013
- Opening remarks by Ambassador Nirupama Menon Rao
- Capacity Building in New Competition Systems by William E. Kovacic
- Emerging Powers and Global Governance by Rakesh Mohan