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Prof. Rafiq Dossani Stanford University, USA

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Biography

Rafiq Dossani is a senior research scholar at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center of Stanford University and is responsible for directing its South Asia Initiative. He teaches courses in the development, religion, and politics of South Asia. A specialist on sectoral policy reform, he has advised the Indian government on... read moretelecommunications, venture capital, energy, and rural access to information technology. Prof. Dossani's research interests include South Asian security and education, and financial, technology, and energy-sector reform in India. He is currently undertaking projects on higher education, innovation, and security in the Indian subcontinent. His most recent books are Does South Asia Exist? Prospects for Regional Integration (co-edited with Daniel Sneider and Vikram Sood), published in 2010 by APARC Stanford University; India Arriving, published in 2007 by AMACOM Books/American Management Association; Prospects for Peace in South Asia (co-edited with Henry Rowen), published in 2005 by Stanford University Press; and Telecommunications Reform in India, published in 2002 by Greenwood Press.