2006

  • LSE Asia Forum 2006
    6-7 December 2006
    Keynote: Dr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India
    Other Speakers: Professor Danny Quah, Professor Fred Halliday, Professor Razeen Sally

    LSE's third Asia Forum - a major academic and social event to celebrate and reinforce its relationship with India. India's prominent business leaders, policy makers and academic experts came together to explore developments in Asia and to engage with the continent's contribution to the governance of globalisation. An LSE chair was announced, named in honour of Dr Patel and the setting up of an India Observatory, both supported by the Reserve Bank of India and State Bank of India.
  • IG Patel Memorial Lecture:  Growth and Equity in a Globalising World: Can India meet the challenge?
    Speaker: Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman of the Indian Planning Commission at the LSE
  • UNAIDS Report: HIV/AIDS and Security: Fact, Fiction and Evidence
    Authors: Gwyn Prins, Tony Barnett
  • Workshop: Globalisation and Millennium Development Goals
    Organisers: LSE, Jawaharlal Nehru University
    Inaugural Address: Lord Meghnad Desai
  • Launch: Global Civil Society Yearbook 2005
    New Delhi supported by Sage India  (see  invite)
    Speaker: Lord Meghnad Desai, Director of the LSE based Centre for the Study of Global Governance (CSGG)
  • Howard Davies, Director of LSE, Visit to India
    • Kolkata
      EU-India Ties: on a broader canvas, at the Confederation of Indian Industrie Summit
      • Global Economy and India, at the Bengal National Chamber of Commerce
      • The Future of the EU, at the Alumni and British Council meeting at the Bengal Club
    • Mumbai
      • Globalisation and the Future of Universities. See press cutting, The Third Wave
      • The Future of Central Banking: the political dimension, an inaugural address at a workshop on central banking
      • The Future of Regulation in Financial Markets, at an alumni and corporate meeting
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