Clubhouse with Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Masterclass with Sanjeev Sanyal
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Dr. Shashi Tharoor will be on the Network Capital club on Clubhouse to discuss the technology, policy, politics trilemma for India as we attempt to create a new normal post pandemic. You can use the link below to RSVP, join the Network Capital club and skip the waiting list to join Clubhouse.
If you have questions for Dr. Tharoor, please fill up the form. We will include as many as possible and invite you to up on stage if time permits.
You can watch/listen to all previous Network Capital masterclasses by Dr. Tharoor here.
Sanjeev Sanyal is the Principal Economic Advisor to the Government of India. An internationally acclaimed economist and best-selling author, he spent two decades in the financial sector and was Global Strategist & Managing Director at Deutsche Bank till 2015. He was named Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2010. He is also a well-known environmentalist and urban theorist. In 2007, he was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship for his work on urban dynamics. He has been a Visiting Scholar at Oxford University, Adjunct Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies, Singapore and a Senior Fellow of the World Wide Fund for Nature. He has also served on the Future City Sub-Committee of the Singapore government tasked with building a long-term vision for the city-state. Sanjeev attended Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi and Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar (1992-95).
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