Faculty Press Articles
The Hindu Business Line
July 25, 2021
The flip-side to building forex reserves
Ample reserves are a source of comfort, but there are costs in managing them as well as risks due to debt and hot money flows.
July 24, 2021
Will Union Cabinet Expansion With New Women Ministers Be Harbinger Of Good Change?
Even though currently, total number of women in Parliament is at an all-time high, less than 15 per cent women are part of political decision making at the national level.
July 23, 2021
What critics of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code get wrong about the recovery model
Any belief that the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code has not performed better than the erstwhile mechanisms of recovery is not supported by facts.
BLoC- BusinessLine On Campus
July 22, 2021
Nurturing a healthy mentor-mentee relationship
Mentorship is a gift of time and expertise built on mutual respect and trust, with clear rules of engagement.
The Navhind Times
July 17, 2021
UP's misdirected population policy
The draft bill by the Uttar Pradesh government to enforce what is commonly referred to as the two-child norm has caused much political noise.
July 15, 2021
Creating job-creators requires us to celebrate failure
Failure seems anathema to the Indian psyche and unless we begin to accept and celebrate it in schools, homes and elsewhere, an entrepreneurial culture could remain a pipe dream.
strategy + business
July 12, 2021
How to help India’s farmers
In September 2020, the Indian government passed a set of laws to deregulate the market for agricultural produce and boost corporate investment in agriculture.
Dr. Dinyar Patel
July 11, 2021
The Horde: Marie Favereau rewrites the conventional history of the Mongol conquerors
Mongols. Few conquering peoples have excited such fear, trepidation, vilification – and, according to the French historian Marie Favereau, such a thorough misunderstanding.
The New Indian Express
July 08, 2021
Is India’s current account surplus a reason to rejoice?
The news of a current account surplus of 0.9% of GDP ($24 billion) in Fiscal Year 2020-2021 comes amid concerns regarding other macro-economic parameters—the GDP, employment and inflation.
July 06, 2021
A lot else died with Father Stan Swamy but his 'case' is unlikely to die in a hurry
In an India divided, every attempt is being made to divide the nation between “them” and “us”. More such attempts may follow the passing of Fr Stan Swamy but his death may serve as a lightening rod
City of London
July 02, 2021
Unleashing the Potential of the Indian Debt Capital Markets
Robust capital markets, including the corporate bond market, are essential for reviving economic growth, in India and worldwide.
July 01, 2021
How not to write off a loan
India’s Non-Performing Assets, or NPAs, the official term for loans that have gone bad, are of the order of nine lakh crore rupees.