Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2002
Ensuring sustainable livelihoods:

challenges for governments, corporates, and civil society at Rio+10
8 - 11 February 2002, New Delhi

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Mr Jairam Ramesh
Former Union Minister and Member of Parliament, India

Jairam Ramesh is presently Secretary of the Economic Affairs Department of the Congress Party. He also serves as an economic advisor to various Congress-ruled states. He writes a weekly column called Kautilya for India’s leading weekly newsmagazine India Today and is also a frequent TV commentator. He has served as an aide to two Prime Ministers and two Finance Ministers, apart from having occupied key positions in various government departments between 1983-1996. He serves on the board of various institutions and public service organizations and has received prestigious fellowships and awards. He has authored many well-known publications one of which Yankee Go Home But Take Me With You; A Perspective on Indo-American Relations was published by the Asia Society and the Council for Foreign Relations just before President Clinton’s visit to India. He has spent time Yale University’s recently-established Center for the Study of Globalisation. He is also associated with the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi. He has also advised the Chinese Government on the WTO. The URL of his popular website is www.jairam-ramesh.com. He has studied engineering, management, economics and technology policy at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Carnegie-Mellon University and MIT.