The Arvind Subramanian speeches are focused upon his expertise in the realm of geopolitical relations. As the American debate surrounding the rise of China has reached unprecedented levels, Subramanian debunks just how far the phenomenon has gone, alongside his informative attention to its considerable implications.
Subramanian currently works as the senior fellow for the Peterson Institute for International Economics and at the Center for Global Development. His prestigious academic career began with his undergraduate education at St Stephens College. He later obtained his MBA degree from the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad and went on to further this with his completion of a D.Phil at the University of Oxford.
The Arvind Subramanian speeches are consistent with his longstanding interest in oil, aid and development. He has also remained true to his Indian roots as one of the government's trusted advisers. His sprawling knowledge and experiences were synthesized in 2011 with his co-authorship of the book 'Who Needs to Open the Capital Account?.'