Monday 13th July 2020,
Sandeep Mann

Competitiveness & Economics

We simply can’t be bound to our skin, our immediate family, our community interests – we need to be aware of potential and our rights towards the nation, and the whole planet. Competitiveness is a potent thought in this direction. It emanates from fundamental Economic deliberations – and sadly, most of the citizenry lacks even basic grasp of economic truths. Do visit the Governments section.

What enunciated as an academic engagement, that of imparting the course Microeconomics of Competitiveness [MoC], to students and to corporate leaders, dovetailed later on in consulting the governments on Competitiveness and Governance. MoC is a leading course taught at Harvard Business School by Professor Michael Porter, Harvard University.

Have keen grasp in assessing the competitiveness landscape of hundreds of economies, states and regions, providing insight into the drivers of their productivity and prosperity. Thus try to uplift a dialogue between government, business and civil society about the actions required to improve economic prosperity.

Competitiveness is defined as the set of institutions, policies and factors that determine the level of productivity of a country. The level of productivity, in turn, sets the level of prosperity that can be earned by an economy. I believe in structural impact of things than form induced instrumentalism.

Specialization in Competitiveness of Island Economies and carrying the BRICS economies further together in collaborative spirit rather than destructive competitive. Unique formulations on Death of Nationhood, Death of Cities set Sandeep’s work distinctively apart. His conceptions have evolved the existing frameworks into indigenously more useful ones, with easier implementation metrics.

I love to support innovative conceptions/ frameworks which are better integrated or forceful.
Economic illiteracy, if it can be countered, I would love to put muscle

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