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Unformatted text preview: TARUN KHANNA | JORGE PAULO LEMANN PROFESSOR January 2007 EDUCATION 1993 Ph.D., Business Economics, Harvard University 1988 B.S.E., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Princeton University HARVARD UNIVERSITY Appointments 5/27/2004-Current Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor 7/1/2002-5/26/2004 Professor of Business Administration & Novartis Fellow 7/1/98-Current Associate Professor of Business Administration 7/1/93-6/30/98 Assistant Professor of Business Administration Current Responsibilities Comprehensive Leadership General Management Program, Strategy Faculty Globalization of Emerging Markets, MBA Elective Curriculum Harvard University-wide South Asia Initiative Harvard University-wide China-India Healthcare and Development Initiative (with David Bloom) Recent Responsibilities Course Head, Required first-year course on Strategy in HBS MBA Program Dragon and Elephant: China-India MBA Elective Course Doctoral Program Coordinator, Strategy Department, HBS. Economics of International Business Ph.D. Seminar Selected Recent HBS Executive Education Program Participation Chair, Samsung General Management Program, Seoul and New Jersey, 2006-Current ThyssenKrupp General Management Program, Boston, 2006-Current Senior Management Program for China, HBS-Tsinghua University, Beijing, 2003-Current Chair, Strategy Leadership and Governance Senior Management Program, 2002-2005 Senior Executive Program for Middle East, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, 2001-2003 Senior Executive Program for Southern Africa, Johannesburg, 1997-2002 T. Khanna 1 Selected Doctoral Dissertations Supervised Catherine Thomas, Essays on Multinationals, Assistant Professor, Columbia Business School (Chair) James Costantini, Essays on Finance and Industry Structure, Assistant Professor, INSEAD (Chair) Jasjit Singh, Innovation in Multinationals, Assistant Professor, INSEAD (Chair) Jordan Siegel, Strategy and Institutions (Mexico and South Korea), Assistant Prof. HBS C. Fritz Foley, Multinationals and Institutions, Asst Professor, Univ. of Michigan & HBS Daniel Elfenbein, Intellectual Property, Instructor Univ.Cal. Berkeley, Asst Prof, Washington U. Ray Fisman, Strategy and Institutions (Indonesia, India), Professor, Columbia Business School (Chair) Ishtiaq Mahmood, Business Groups & Innovations, Asssistant Professor, National Univ. Singapore Arturo Condo, Strategy in Latin America, Professor, INCAE Costa Rica. RESEARCH The Dragon and the Elephant: Modern China and India in Comparative Perspective The project studies the alternative development trajectories undertaken by two large populous Asian countries, China and India, projected to account for close to half the world population in a few decades....
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