INET in the News in India (Feb 2024)

The media coverage of the INET team’s February 2024 visit to India. Prof. Michael Spence, Chair of the Commission on Global Economic Transformation (CGET), along with INET Governing Board Chair Dr. Rohinton Medhora, and INET President Dr. Rob Johnson, took part in this visit.

1. Global Business Summit (GBS), Feb. 9-10, 2024

2. Prof. Michael Spence, Rob Johnson, and Rohinton Medhora visit to Bennett University (Feb. 12, 2024)

3. Bengaluru Visit (Feb. 15, 2024)

  • New Indian Express: India’s digital economy architecture will be exported to the world: Nobel Laureate Michael Spence
  • Deccan Herald (Bengaluru, Karnataka) announcement of event at the Indian Institute of Management
  • Indian Institute of Management visit announcement via Twitter
  • The Hindu: Azim Premji University lecture of Prof. Spence

4. LEPC VI Conference at Gokhale Institute (Feb. 16-18, 2024)

  • Indian Express: Prof. Spence at 84th Kale Memorial Lecture at Gokhale Institute ‘There’s no doing away with humans in the age of AI’: Nobel laureate Michael Spence
  • Economic Times: Indian entrepreneurs to find newer, innovative uses for AI: Nobel Laureate Michael Spence
  • India Education Diary
  • BWEducation

5. INET Delegation Hosts the Young Scholar Initiative (YSI) Festival at IIT Bombay (Feb. 20-22), featuring Michael Sandel

6. Prof. Sandel in the News

  • Michael Sandel’s lecture during the closing of Meeting of Young Minds in Frontiers of Economics at IIT Bombay
  • Indian Express on Adda hosting Prof. Michael Sandel
  • Hindustan Times: Important to create genuine equality of opportunity: Michael Sandel, political philosopher
  • IndianExpress Adda Michael Sandel Interview: Why A Party Should Care For Minority | Philosopher Michael Sandel Unpacked
  • Times Now Video: Famous Political Philosopher Michael Sandel Decodes Why Philosophy Is Important In Life | Exclusive
  • Times Now full video interview: Prof. Michael Sandel Super Exclusive On Times Now, Explains Importance Of Philosophy In Our Lives
  • Times of India: Need for new paradigm on meritocracy: Michael Sandel
  • Indian Express: ‘Can Opposition’s politics address aspirations expressed by Modi with national pride?’: Michael Sandel at Express Adda
  • ETNow: Bennett University Thought Leaders Series ‘Need to shift political discourse away from…’ - What world-renowned political philosopher Prof. Michael Sandel told Times NOW

7. Other coverage