Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2021-01-21
E.g., 2021-01-21

Authored By
Dr. Ambi Parameswaran

Published in
Business Standard

January 18, 2021

Ready for a reboot: How B-Schools can adapt to the new normal amid Covid-19

There has been an ongoing debate on the need for B-schools to rejig what and how they teach. From being just a glorified placement services cell for top companies, they were being asked rather pointed questions about what they were really imparting as education.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
National Herald

January 17, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine rollout in India seen as high-handed and reckless by many people

As India rolls out what will be the world’s largest vaccination drive to contain the Sars-Cov-2 pandemic, it is instructive to look back to another time and another disease that was sought to be tamed with an equally large rollout.

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Indian Express

January 16, 2021

Examining budgetary health during the pandemic

Empirical evidence suggests that the two episodes associated with macroeconomic vulnerability in India were those preceded by expansionary fiscal policies

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Authored By
Dr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
Scroll

January 10, 2021

‘Black Spartacus’: A biography of the man who may have been the first great anti-colonialist leader

“The name of Toussaint L’Ouverture is all but unknown in India,” remarked Ramananda Chatterjee, the editor of the Calcutta-based Modern Review, in April 1908. “Lives such as his,” nevertheless, “may inspire us with self-confidence.” Chatterjee, whose Modern Review was a fearless critic of imperialism and racism, printed for his readers a biographical sketch of this intrepid Haitian revolutionary leader. It ended with a poignant question: was he “the greatest man that has ever lived?”

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Ratnani

Published in
Deccan Herald

December 30, 2020

What the farmers telling us

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Authored By
Dr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
BBC

December 23, 2020

The pioneering lawyer who fought for women’s suffrage in India

In the US, it has been 100 years since women cast their votes for the first time. A century ago in the United Kingdom, the first female law students were admitted to the Inns of Court.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Ratnani

Published in
Deccan Herald

December 20, 2020

What awaits India, post-Covid-19

Almost four decades ago, the late Bal Thackeray of the Shiv Sena and the technologist Sam Pitroda found themselves on the same stage. Pitroda talked of innovation that could grow watermelons square-shaped so that they could be packed efficiently and ...

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Authored By
Dr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
Scroll.in

December 19, 2020

What we have forgotten about the pandemics that killed millions of Indians over 100 years ago

Depending on one’s perspective, this blighted year has been the best or worst possible time to pick up a book (properly sanitised, of course) about the history of deadly global pandemics. Chinmay Tumbe makes a strong case for the former.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Ratnani

Published in
Deccan Herald

December 17, 2020

Embracing nature during pandemic: Building a positive attitude

Our relationship with nature is delightfully summed up in this quote from the popular tele-serial ‘Boston Legal’. As the lawyer on an exotic holiday tells his friend talking about environmental laws: “Let me tell you something, I came out here to enj...

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Authored By
Prof. Vidhu Shekhar

Published in
Swarajya

December 16, 2020

How APMC Monopoly Is The Core Reason For Farmer Suicides In India

The corroding nature of Agricultural Produce Market Committee’s (APMC's) monopoly on Indian farming is well known. However, it's more sinister impact on farmers — that they were directly responsible for farmer suicides — is not that well known.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Ratnani

Published in
The Shillong Times

December 15, 2020

What Amitabh Kant’s remarks reveal to us

The BJP has distanced itself from the remarks by the CEO of Niti Aayog Amitabh Kant that India has been “too much of a democracy” to allow for reforms that the career bureaucrat categorised as “bold”. Officers trying to keep the ruling party in good humour, particularly when they have been given plum roles, is nothing new.

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Authored By
Dr. RK Pattnaik

Published in
Business Line

December 15, 2020

Driving growth through a sticky patch

Higher investment relative to GDP and augmentation of total factor productivity in terms of physical and human capital are key

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