Krishnamurthy Subramanian, an executive director of the International Monetary Fund and former chief economic adviser to the prime minister of India, outlined his case for rapid growth of India, which he said could be a $55 trillion economy by 2047, in a keynote discussion at Darden's Emerging Markets Conference.
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus Leslie E. Grayson, a distinguished professor who not only shaped the School’s international presence but also left an indelible mark on generations of students. Grayson passed away on 24 January in New York City at the age of 96, leaving behind a legacy of academic excellence, global exploration and heartfelt mentorship.
The Darden Worldwide Course in Morocco featured work with the High Atlas Foundation in the wake of the enormous earthquake the country experienced in September.
At the Darden School, stories of ambition, legacy and transformation reverberate. One such story is that of Frank M. Sands (MBA ’94), the new chair of the Darden School Foundation Board of Trustees.
Escalating geopolitical tensions and the implications of the rapid rise of artificial intelligence dominated discussion at the annual University of Virginia Investing Conference.