India needs system reforms in education, infrastructure, culture to grow innovation and commercialization efforts

India needs system reforms in education, infrastructure, culture to grow innovation and commercialization efforts

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - India remains one of the world's fastest growing economies. But cultural, educational, infrastructure and leadership challenges are inhibiting growth of its innovation and commercialization efforts, a new study by a Purdue University professor shows.

Pankaj Sharma, a Purdue professor with a courtesy appointment in technology leadership and innovation and a native of India who moved to the United States in 1982, said India needs systems-driven reforms to promote growth and innovation and sustain the economic growth it has achieved in recent decades.

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