India Institute is organizing the first India Property Rights Conference on the theme ‘Property Rights for Ease of Doing Business’ on July 13, 2015 at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi.
The Union government’s focus on improving India’s Ease of Doing Business ranking offers a good opportunity to bring together the best minds of the country to advocate creative measures to strengthen rule of law and protect physical and intellectual property rights, which are three common parameters measured by all the major economic freedom indices.
India Property Rights website : indiapropertyrights.org
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (09:30 to 13:30 HRS):
Launch of International Property Rights Index
Session 1: Rule of Law: How to create institutions that work for everyone?
Session 2: Property Rights: For securing justice, peace and prosperity for all
Session 3: Intellectual Property rights: The Balancing Act
KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Dr. Nirvikar Singh, Professor of Economics and Co- Director of the Centre for Global, International and Regional Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Prof. Devesh Kapur, Director of the Centre for Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania.
Prof. Ajay Shah, NIPFP.
Mr Mukesh Gulati, Executive Director, Foundation for MSME Clusters
Dr Parth Shah, President, Centre for Civil Society
Ms. Prathiba Singh, Senior Advocate, Partner at Singh & Singh Lall & Sethi (SSL&S).
Mr. Lorenzo Montanari, Executive Director of Property Rights Alliance.
Mr. Barun Mitra, Director, Liberty Institute.
Mr. Ananth Padmanabhan, author of the leading treatise, “Intellectual Property Rights: Infringement and Remedies”.
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