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Professor Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra was the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Copenhagen Business School, the largest business school in Denmark with 20,000 students, in March.

D’Amore-McKim is pleased to congratulate Ruth V. Aguilera, Distinguished Professor in International Business and Strategy, on her recent induction as Fellow to the Strategic Management Society (SMS).

Ramachandra Guha, an award-winning biographer and historian, visited Northeastern University as part of the India Lecture Series hosted by the Center for Emerging Market. Guha gave two lectures, “Why Gandhi Matters” and “Five Fault Lines in Contemporary India.”

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor Ravi Ramamurti came to the U.S. in 1977 with hopes to make a difference in the world. He is the founder and director of Northeastern University’s Center for Emerging Markets, a leading hub of research on economies that are not quite developed—the largest of which are in Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

Symposium speakers: Ravi Ramamurti, Jack Perkowski, Cyril Perducat, Peter Goodson, Vivek Sharma, Syed Jafry (Not pictured: Jimmy Weng and Suranjan Magesvaran.) Asia is the newest world economy big enough to be compared to that of the United States. What does that mean for the U.S., and the rest of the world? The eighth annual Northeastern…

The Northeastern University Center for Emerging Markets recently held the second annual India Lecture Series: “The Outlook for the Indian Economy,” presented by Dr. Arvind Panagariya.

In the following video post, D’Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor Ravi Ramamurti answers questions about the lessons that can be learned from reverse innovation.

University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy Ravi Ramamurti and his co-author Vijay Govindarajan (VG), were recently awarded the inaugural Strategic Management Society’s (SMS) 2017 Global Strategy Journal (GSJ) Best Paper Award.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets and Cornell’s Emerging Markets Institute the inaugural lecture series, “The Other One Perfect: Indians in America,” was recently held to explore how Indians-Americans came to be so successful in the United States.