These are difficult times for the world economy,and India,with slowing growth and falling investment,faces its own challenges. It is an apt time for a powwow with Ruchir Sharma,the head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management,and a widely read global financial analyst.
Sharma will be guest tomorrow at Express Adda a series of interactions with individuals at the centre of change in our times. Since it began last year,the Adda has provided a unique platform for a range of conversations that are both informal and informed with a glittering range of news- and opinion-makers from India and abroad.
Sharma,a former columnist with Newsweek and a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal,and whose book Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles released to wide acclaim this month,will interact with the whos who of the financial capital. The discussion will be moderated by Uday S. Kotak,vice-chairman and MD of Kotak Mahindra Bank,and Shekhar Gupta,Editor-in-chief of The Express Group.
This is the best book on global economic trends Ive read in a while,says Fareed Zakaria,Editor-at-Large,Time magazine,and an Adda guest last month,on Breakout Nations.
Mr Sharmas intent is to help you find the best places around the world to invest,emphasizing that it will take some work on your part, says The New York Times.