Aditi Roy Ghatak
Aditi Roy Ghatak: invVEST Ambassador, Communications Strategy.
Aditi Roy Ghatak, who set standards in economic journalism in the 80s with her analyses of the process of economic development and corporate growth, especially in the Statesman, is among the leading economic commentators in India today. After an exciting career with the Statesman, as leader writer and business editor, she ventured into niche consulting in 1994 with offices in Calcutta and Delhi. The group of consultants working with the syndication comprises specialists in the field of economic analysis, communications, accounting, human resource development, media and the environment. Her articles and those from her syndication have appeared in most leading newspapers in the country. Miss Roy Ghatak is currently doing research for a book on Lakshmi Mittal and working for the Right to Information movement in India.
Aditi Roy Ghatak has written four books: Down Lyons Range, 100 years of the Calcutta Stock Exchange, released by the West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharya on June 24, 2008, Partnerships for Progress – the Assocham history released by Dr Manmohan Singh; In Full Bloom – the history of the Agrihorticultural Society, released by the then President of India, Dr Shanker Dayal Sharma; and a profile of Indian tea for the Tea Board and edited a significant work on philately published by the Philatelic Congress of India. She has also worked on a theory of science and society interaction for greater social benefits on behalf of ICI. Besides, she edits books for the Oxford University Press and Sage Publications and is currently Editor of the Calcutta Management Association Journal, the Contemporary Manager. She has been an invitee to the finance minister’s annual economic editor’s conference in India as has been invited by the governments/industry associations of United States, Germany and Italy for interaction on economic issues.