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by Tarun Khanna

ISBN: 0670081485
ISBN13: 978-0670081486
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books; First Edition edition (May 30, 2008)
Pages: 368
Subategory: Work and Money

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In Billions of Entrepreneurs, Tarun Khanna examines the entrepreneurial forces driving China's and India's trajectories of development. He shows where these trajectories overlap and complement one another-and where they diverge and compete. He also reveals how Western companies can participate in this development.

The billions of entrepreneurs book was very informative. Tarun Khanna's text is part travelogue, part reflection, part history and part speculation about the future. This book is really a comparison between the history and current positioning of India and China. I really enjoyed learning the history of the two nations and how they compare against each other. Another aspect of the book that was very surprising, was the history of India being under British rule and that the . Anyone who has read to any depth about China and India will not find all that much that is surprising here.

Billions of Entrepreneurs is a book by Harvard Business School professor, Tarun Khanna. It was published in 2008 by Harvard Business School Press. Harvard Business Press Book Billions of Entrepreneurs.

Khanna has written an objective and insightful comparison of China and India. His analysis of Indian developments is particularly outstanding, because it is based on his firsthand experiences in India. But he does not hold back in his praise of Chinese successes. The result is a very fair-minded report on the two Asian giants. - Foreign Affairs "Khanna delivers a dense but lively blend of anecdotes and analysis.

BILLIONS OF ENTREPRENEURS book. Dengan adanya revolusi sosial dan ekonomi, Asia mendapatkan pakar-pakar terbaik dan uang dari seluruh dunia.

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According to Tarun Khanna, it's the new entrepreneurial emergence of these two nations that will have the greatest impact on business, politics, and global society as a whole. China and India are home to one-third of the world's population. And they're undergoing social and economic revolutions that are capturing the best minds-and money-of Western business. In Billions of Entrepreneurs, Tarun Khanna examines the entrepreneurial forces driving China's and India's trajectories of development.

For the first time since the rise of western capitalism, entrepreneurs in china and india can ignore new york and london?and still build companies worth billions thanks to social and economic revolutions, asia has captured the best minds and money from all around the world in billions of entrepreneurs, tarun khanna uses on-the-ground stories and thorough research to show how china and india are embracing the world on their own distinct terms entrepreneurs are powering change through new business models and bringing hope to countless people through intriguing, often provocative comparisons of triumphs and travails in both countries, the author illuminates such critical areas as: the challenges of governing 24 billion people with entrepreneurial tendencies the need for information accessibility, transparency, and reliability the balance between private property rights and public interests the need to encourage and fund indigenous enterprise the role of overseas chinese and indians in development back home the rise of medical tourism and the inequality of health care this book reveals how such differences will influence chinas and indias future development as well as what the two countries can?and must?learn from each other today a compelling account, billions of entrepreneurs paints a vivid picture of how china and india are reshaping business, politics, and society around the world
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Ral
Being born and raised in India, married in the US to my beloved who is orignially from China, and currently living and raising our two kids in China for the last several years, I have had the opportunity to observe a lot of what this book talks about in an up-close and personal way. While I am impressed by the amount of research and effort that has obviously gone into this book, I am ultimately disappointed by the author's inability to transcend his own biases and the tendency to measure everything from what may be best called a "Western" viewpoint. The author's understanding of India is clearly much superior than his familiarity with China. China is a notoriously difficult onion to peel and I'm afraid the author does not get beyond a couple of outer layers. As a result, while the book has some interesting anecdotes and some valiant attempts at analysis, it fails in providing an objective and genuinely insightful comparison of the two countries and cultures. I found particularly galling the failure to adequately examine areas of radically different performance of the two nations in areas such as literacy, general health and nutrition, gender equality, social harmony, facility with the physical world, success in organized sports, and many other areas where China is outpacing India. There are some salient reasons for the differences, but you won't find them in this book. What analysis does exist, I would rate as average at best.

For those interested in understanding China and India and indeed Asia more deeply, I would recommend much more highly the work of Kishore Mahbubani, Dean of the Lee Kwan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.

Mysterious Wrench
The billions of entrepreneurs book was very informative. This book is really a comparison between the history and current positioning of India and China. I really enjoyed learning the history of the two nations and how they compare against each other. Another aspect of the book that was very surprising, was the history of India being under British rule and that the U.S. started the same way - so why don't we spend more time understanding India than China? Aligning those ideas made me question for the first time, why do we focus on China so much? These salient points and others made the book worth reading.

sobolica
This is great and glad I bought it. Was just what I was looking for!!

Qudanilyr
I was in the US for a few days and ordered the book "Billions of Entrepreneurs". There was a short wiondow to receive the book at my hotel adress. I was promised the book for a set date and it arrived just that day. An exchange of email with the seller was promptly replied.
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Grillador
Good account of history and context. Well researched. Great book for those trying to learn more about India and China. Impressive...

But, one thing dismayed me - it was the number of typos, calculation mistakes and grammatical errors! Poor job of editing.

LONUDOG
This is a curious book, not really about entrepreneurship but rather about a broad range of cultural, social, historical and economic subjects involving and contrasting China and India, from 1.5 billion village dwellers to urbanites in Beijing and Mumbai. Tarun Khanna's text is part travelogue, part reflection, part history and part speculation about the future. Anyone who has read to any depth about China and India will not find all that much that is surprising here. However, getAbstract recommends this book with enthusiasm because of its nearly unique richness of anecdotes, variety of perspectives, color and range.

Sharpmane
A great book to show the contrast between the two countries. India is a democratic society and China is controlled by the central and provicial government. Yet there are more news of China daily in American media.

China is efficient, with good engineers, hardware infrastructure. India is transparent, accountable, and with soft power. China government can complete projects over night, but the same project will take years to complete in India. India railways, 1.6 million employees, inefficient. China Shanghai Pudong airport, Maglev train, magnetic levitation, German tech, constructed in a short time.

I love the many personal accounts from the author. Through his in-depth interview, he got the primary source of data. Machimmar Village Dharavi slum coexists with the Ambani billionaires, only in India. Red Princes (sons and daughters) of China Communist Party ruled everything in China. While in India, it is done by consensus, just like USA.

The winning in the market place of National Stock Exchange over Bombay Stock Exchange, Weihua Group (China) success, Self Employed Women Association (India) The failure of Microsoft in China, TCL global stumble, Hukou registration system, GE Healthcare and GE Medical success stories make this book a compelling read.

Caste (India) has four levels:
a. Brahmins: the priest, teacher, philosopher for education and religion
b. Kshatriya or warrior class: kings, and defense governors
c. Vaisyas: traders for agriculture and commerce
d. Sudras: serve the above three

Dr. Devi Shetty, Walmartization of Healthcare, at Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital is amaging, like Mother Teresa reborn!

The problem of Chinese Health services was severe. 640 million Chinese received no health insurance coverage.

Huge investment in Burma was made, from Chinese top three oil firms: Chinese National Petroleum Corporation, Sinopec, and CNOOC. Now the top three are in Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Angola, and Nigeria.

1962 China India war was due to boarder issues. It was a set back for India. But a minor event in China.

In 2003, 3.6 billion people watched 1100 Bollywood movies, compared with 2.6 billions attended 600 Hollywood firms.

A quote from Jawaharlal Nehru, India and China fly over the mountain to bring their messages of cheer and goodwill and creat bonds of friendship that will endure. From Buddha to software, the cooperation of China and India is necessary.

At Singapore, Chinese is 77%, Indian 10%, rest Malay. It has been a success, while the Chinese and Indians worked together. The question is, will the two countries work together going forward?

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