Ravi Ramamurti Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy and Director, Center for Emerging Markets firstname.lastname@example.org 617.373.4760 Expertise globalization, government regulation in emerging markets, India and China, innovation in emerging markets, multinationals from emerging markets, rising power of emerging markets Ravi Ramamurti in the Press Forbes How Counterfeit Covid-19 Vaccines And Vaccination Cards Endanger Us All Ravi Sundaram, professor of computer science at Northeastern University, went further in an email interview. “The problem is worse than what Javier Guzman says – it is not restricted to malicious mafias and unwilling governments but there is passive connivance from big tech (search, social network, ads, e-commerce) in turning a blind eye to illegal sales so […] Global Crowdsourcing Can Help the U.S. Beat the Pandemic Ravi Ramamurti is the University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy and the director of the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business. After coronavirus, ‘Made in China’ isn’t what it used to be “I suspect coronavirus will be a game-changer,” said Ravi Ramamurti, a Northeastern University professor of international business and director of its Center for Emerging Markets. “For years, many US companies have been over-dependent on China, especially for supply . . . But the coronavirus crisis may have exposed the systemic risk of sourcing from China.” PBS NewsHour How the Cayman Islands could become a new health care destination Northeastern University business Professor Ravi Ramamurti recently co-authored a book called “Reverse Innovation in Health Care” that studied the Cayman hospital. CCTV Security leads first day of the BRICS summit Ravi Ramamurti on the first day of the BRICS summit For more on why this year’s BRICS Summit is different from ones in the past, CCTV America’s Susan Roberts spoke to Ravi Ramamurti. He’s a Professor of International Business and Strategy and the Director of the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University. CCTV China invests big in Cambodia’s newest sugar mill For a deeper analysis of China-Cambodia economic relations, CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo interviewed Ravi Ramamurti, director at the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University. Yahoo! Apple Inc.’s Silent Killer: Obscure Smartphone Newcomers in China (AAPL) “Apple will do well in China only if its products are good enough to do well in the U.S.,” says Ravi Ramamurti, professor of international business and strategy at Northeastern University. “The Chinese consumer will not pay top dollar for products that Chinese copycats can clone in months and sell for a fraction of the […] Computerworld South China Sea conflict could be IT’s Black Swan Ravi Ramamurti, a professor and director of the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University, said if there were a U.S. military confrontation, “the shipment of goods out of Asian factories could be suspended indefinitely, which would be particularly catastrophic for companies that sole-source out of Asia.” CCTV Ravi Ramamurti on India’s growing economy India’s economy powered ahead in the March quarter to secure its lead as the world’s fastest growing economy. It posted year-on-year GDP growth of 7.9 percent, which was ahead of China’s 6.7 percent growth during the same period. The strong results will give Prime Minister Nahendra Modi something to talk about when he travels to […] MSN Money 5 key issues OPEC must wrestle with at its June meeting The OPEC meeting will also be the first with Khalid al-Falih as Saudi Arabia’s oil minister. Al-Falih, chairman of Saudi Arabia Oil Company, replaced longtime Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi earlier this month. “The appointment of a new energy minister is significant because it signals that Saudi Arabia, under Prince [Mohammed bin] Salman, intends to […] Ravi Ramamurti for Northeastern Global News To deal with COVID-19, the US should look to countries in Asia and Africa To deal with COVID-19, the US should look to countries in Asia and Africa Compared to the US, some countries have experienced only a fraction of the number of COVID deaths relative to their population. Multinational companies are seeking to diversify operations because of China’s trade war with the United States, says Northeastern trustee Spencer Fung Multinational companies are seeking to diversify operations because of China’s trade war with the United States, says Northeastern trustee Spencer Fung Spencer Fung, a Northeastern graduate and trustee, told a symposium on the Boston campus that companies around the world are seeking to expand their operations beyond China because of the country’s trade war with the United States. But moving operations to other countries is not easy, he warned. Gandhi was born 149 years ago, and he is still missed Gandhi was born 149 years ago, and he is still missed Award-winning biographer and historian Ramachandra Guha gave two lectures on the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi and the issues of modern-day India on Thursday at Northeastern. “Compare him with Churchill or de Gaulle or Roosevelt or Stalin," Guha said of Gandhi. "These other people, you couldn’t just go and talk with them." Northeastern professor Ravi Ramamurti couldn’t find a good emerging markets program, so he built one Northeastern professor Ravi Ramamurti couldn’t find a good emerging markets program, so he built one Northeastern professor Ravi Ramamurti founded the Center for Emerging Markets in 2007. “We planted the flag here at Northeastern,” he said. Emerging markets beyond the BRICs Emerging markets beyond the BRICs Northeastern hosted the sixth annual Emerging Markets Symposium, where experts examined the opportunities in BRIC economies in Africa beyond, as well as why Brazil’s growth has slowed. Why emerging markets are slowing down Why emerging markets are slowing down Emerging markets are currently experiencing an economic slowdown, according to scholars and business leaders who spoke at the fifth annual Emerging Markets Symposium on Tuesday at Northeastern. They pointed to inflation, a sharp drop in currency, and a downturn in foreign investments as the prominent reasons for the financial slump. “These are not the go-go […] Why reverse innovation will change the world Why reverse innovation will change the world Global business strategist Vijay Govindarajan said on Monday at Northeastern’s Presidential Speaker Series “Profiles in Innovation” that reverse innovation represents one of the biggest opportunities for corporate growth in America. Conference: Emerging markets shape international business Conference: Emerging markets shape international business Northeastern’s Center for Emerging Markets hosted a weekend conference on emerging market multinational companies. Winning in emerging markets Winning in emerging markets Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick said on Thursday at Northeastern’s fourth annual Emerging Markets Symposium that the state’s education, innovation and infrastructure make it an ideal business partner. Why ‘trickle-up’ innovation may shape the global economy Why ‘trickle-up’ innovation may shape the global economy Ravi Ramamurti, a Distinguished Professor of International Business, explains why reverse innovation in emerging markets may shape the globe’s innovation landscape.