Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2021-06-13
E.g., 2021-06-13

Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
Bloomberg Quint

May 14, 2020

Covid-19: A Samudra Manthan Of Our Financial Sector

Even before Covid-19, beyond the smokescreens, the true gross non-performing assets across banks and NBFCs probably stood at 12 percent of the Rs 140 lakh crore of advances. Covid-19 could well push this to 20 percent of advances. This fear is reflected in the current state of savings, lending, and credit markets.

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Authored By
Prof. R. Jayaraman

Published in
Manufacturing Today

May 13, 2020

The COVID 19 Lockdown and the Indian manufacturing industry – effects and recovery

The ongoing lockdown has put a lot of strain on the manufacturing industry, which contributes almost 20% of the GDP. Of this, 50% is contributed by the auto industry.

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Authored By
Dr. R K Pattnaik

Published in
The Hindu Business Line

May 11, 2020

A fiscal collapse is in the offing for India

In a surprise move, the Government of India (GoI) in consultation with the RBI has enhanced the magnitude of its gross market borrowing programme to ₹12 lakh crore for fiscal 2021, an increase of 54 per cent over the budgeted market borrowings of the same year.

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Authored By
Prof. Ratika Gore

Published in
BW Wellbeing World

May 08, 2020

Gratitude In Lockdown: Story From A Slum Colony

“Tai, kashe aahat tumi?” (sister, how are you?) I heard the soft, dignified voice of my part-time helper ask me on the phone. Bela has been with us for last 6 years. She resides in a small two-room kholi nestled in a slum in the Western suburbs of Mumbai. Every afternoon she comes to our home to cook and stays till evening. This petite Maharashtrian woman begins her tasks at hand daily by lighting the lamp in my small mandir in the kitchen corner followed by tucking her palo into her saree. Now familiar with our needs and tastes, she more than often tends to pamper my kids with their favorite snacks, plays with our dog and winds up sharing a cup of tea with me before leaving for the day.

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Authored By
Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi

Published in
Hindustan Times

May 07, 2020

Covid-19: We need to restore the idea of village swaraj

As the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) wreaks havoc across the world, India faces another massive challenge: How to ensure the safety and the well-being of its poor and marginalised living in urban agglomerations.

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
CNBC TV18

May 04, 2020

Explained: What is Modern Monetary Theory and can it rescue India’s economy

As Covid-19 pushes the world economy into recession, key developed markets are throwing between 5 percent to 20 percent of GDP of additional fiscal spend at the problem. India’s policymakers, however, are in a bind. Our economy and fiscal balance was far weaker than we cared to admit before Covid-19 hit us.

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Authored By
Dr. Srivatsan Lakshminarayan

Published in
Business World

May 03, 2020

Mind The GAAP: Covid-19 And The Financial Reporting Challenge

The speed and scale of the economic crisis caused by the outbreak of Covid-19 has been unprecedented in recent times. Accounting regulators and standard-setters around the world have had to scramble to issue guidance to financial statement preparers for upcoming quarterly and annual financial reporting.

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Authored By
Dr. Ruppal W. Sharma

Published in
ET Brand Equity

May 01, 2020

Is your brand a 'Friend in Need' in the pandemic pandemonium?

A brand resides in the hearts and minds of the consumers. Very often this distance between the mind and the heart is the distance between a good and a great brand. So how do we get brands to connect with the consumer in times of a pandemic like Covid 19?

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Authored By
Dr. Rajiv Agarwal

Published in
Financial Express

May 01, 2020

Online classes will change education forever; here’s how business schools must evolve

The current Covid-19 lockdown has hit the education institutions hard. Overnight, they were forced to either go online or temporarily shut down. Online education had been seen as a low priority experiment for most institutions, and working from home was mostly restricted to the correspondence courses.

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Authored By
Dr. Disha Bhanot

Published in
Fortune India

May 01, 2020

Covid-19 lockdown: Do the poor need cash or calories?

The most compelling reason to invest resources in kick-starting a community kitchen model is to not only save people from dying of hunger, but to also avert the risk of food riots.

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Authored By
Prof. M. D. Parameswaran

Published in
The Hindu Business Line

April 28, 2020

How to nudge consumers back to the marketplace

As the lockdown gets lifted, three types of shoppers will emerge. Marketers will need to appeal to each of them differently

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Authored By
Dr. Vidyut Lata Dhir and Gaurav Vijay Karkhanis (FPM 2016 Scholar)

Published in
Business World

April 27, 2020

Who Are We To Judge The Migrant Workers? : (Ir)Rationality From Their Perspective.

‘Social distance, cleanliness, personal hygiene, stay at home’ are words that we are bombarded with day in and day out. We believe that this is the only way to deal with this wicked problem, the human race is grappling with. Humankind is waging a war against a common enemy but because of the socio-economic conditions, each country is trying to solve this major crisis from its stance. We are rooted in our own cultural moorings and trying to cope with it from our perspectives.

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