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Past Issue • Oct-Dec 2012

A Regulator’s View on Doctoral Education

Phanish Puranam, the Roland Berger Chair Professor of Strategy and Organisation Design at INSEAD, interviews M M Pallam Raju, Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India about the challenges facing doctoral education in management.

Phanish Puranam: As management academics, many of us feel that research and doctoral education in management in India is an area in urgent need of fixing. Yet, if I step back and look at the scale of the challenges in education in general in India – whether at the primary, secondary, collegiate or graduate levels – I must ask, with all humility, where do you see research and graduate education in management in the larger scheme of priorities for the Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry?

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