The Other One Percent: Indians in America
By Sanjoy Chakravorty, Devesh Kapur and Nirvikar Singh
Indian-born Americans in the US today number 2 million and are probably the most successful minority group in the country. Compared with all other big foreign-born groups, they are younger, richer and more likely to be married and supremely well educated. On the west coast they are a mighty force in Silicon Valley; well-off Indians cluster around New York, too. The Other One Percent is a book about the first major study of how this transformation happened. Filled with crunchy analysis, it exudes authority on a hugely neglected subject. –The Economist
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Tom Connelly is the President and Chief Investment Officer at Versant Capital Management, Inc. His background is not only financial – he has considerable interests other than just making money. His broad curiosity informs and inspires Tom to create an expansive context to investment numbers, which leads to deeper and more strategic conversations with clients.