About the author

G Venkat Raman
G Venkat Raman

Associate Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences

IIM Indore

Dr. G Venkat Raman is an Associate Professor in the area of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIM Indore. He is a Sinologist. He received his doctoral degree from the School of Government in China’s oldest and premier university, Peking University, Beijing. He has also worked in Beijing as a professional for two years and eight months, and has a native speaker’s fluency in Mandarin. 

At IIM-I he teaches Doing Business with China, Geopolitical Perspectives in Business and Business Ethics. Venkat is also a Business Excellence assessor and has been part of the Business Excellence assessment team under the auspices of the Confederation of Indian Industries. His areas of research interest are China and Global Governance, and Business Ethics pedagogy. He has published in the Journal of Business Ethics, the International Journal of Emerging Markets, among others.

Articles By Me

Should the world be worried about Chinese tech?
Should the world be worried about Chinese tech?

China's growing tech prowess, access to Big Data, and its expanding digital footprint gives it a strategic advantage—in espionage and surveillance, in global finance, and global trade. All of which will play a decisive role in determining China’s role in international politics and business. Read part 2 of this two-part article

The US-China war for tech supremacy is splitting the world in two
The US-China war for tech supremacy is splitting the world in two

It’s important for India to understand the Sino-US ‘techonomic’ rivalry in emerging technologies like AI, 5G, and IoT, and China’s efforts to carve out a sphere of influence. So that it can tweak its own relationship with China. Read part one of this two-part essay