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IIM-A and SAGE Publications announce the annual IIMA-SAGE Lecture series

01-June-2007
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IIM-A and SAGE Publications announce the annual IIMA-SAGE Lecture series

Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad and SAGE Publications India have signed a memorandum of agreement to launch the prestigious IIMA-SAGE Lecture Series. The IIMA-SAGE Lecture Series would be an annual affair starting from 2008.

Distinguished personalities from the world of business, economics and well-known individuals involved in public issues will be invited to give a talk on a topic of current interest at this event to be held at IIM-Ahmedabad.

Said Vivek Mehra, MD & CEO, SAGE Publications India, “SAGE has been always the natural home for authors, editors and societies. IIM-A, India’s premier business school, has always been the first choice of the discerning student wanting a holistic management education. The IIMA-SAGE Lecture Series was a natural alliance waiting to happen. This lecture series will cater to both the discerning reader and the discerning scholar.”

Welcoming the partnership, Bakul Dholakia, Director, IIM-A, said, “The IIMA-SAGE Lecture Series will provide a unique opportunity to students, faculty and research scholars at the institute to interact with and get inspired by distinguished academicians and thought leaders in different fields from across the globe.”

SAGE Publications is a leading international publisher of journals, books and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets. It has offices in the USA, the UK, Singapore and India, and globally publishes over 450 academic journals and over 500 new book titles a year.

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