Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2021-06-14
E.g., 2021-06-14

Authored By
Dr. R. K. Pattnaik

Published in
The Hindu Business Line

May 11, 2021

Blind optimism on GDP growth

The projected 10.5% GDP growth for this year seems far-fetched, as the Covid second wave is bound hit the economy hard

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Authored By
Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi

Published in
Forbes India

May 11, 2021

Sadness, anger and schadenfreude with India's Covid-19 Crisis

As the world looks on with bewilderment, India has become the saddest news story on Earth this past month. Those images of burning pyres, gasping patients and crying doctors, that made to the front pages of all top international publications and prime-time global TV news, belie the fact that India was a fast developing and prepared country. It is not just about how ready it was, but how insufficient were the resources to manage the Covid-19 catastrophe in the second most populous country of the world.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Deccan Herald

May 10, 2021

India's vaccine debacle

The world’s second-largest market for vaccines is India. The world’s largest vaccine producer is in India. This should be a simple case of, ‘ergo, problem solved!’ But we have turned this on its head. It is clear that we don’t have enough vaccines.

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Authored By
Dr. Ashita Agarwal & Dr. Ambi Parameswaran

Published in
Economic Times

May 08, 2021

Dove’s #StopTheBeautyTest: A perspective

The marketer’s effort is indeed laudable, especially in a country that is obsessed with looks and fairness...

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
National Herald

May 03, 2021

Vaccines: why are Government, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech quiet on the questions being raised?

Barely four years ago the Modi Government had stood up to stent manufacturers and trade lobbies and forced them to reduce prices by as much as 80 percent. Why is then profiteering being allowed now?

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Authored By
Prof. R Gopalakrishnan

Published in
MoneyControl.com

April 24, 2021

What do Uday Kotak, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Anil Naik and Harsh Mariwala have in common? This book finds out

Writing a book during the lockdown is a good idea. But R Gopalakrishnan didn't want to just write any book. After all, the former director of Tata Sons, the holding company of the conglomerate, has already penned a dozen books on management.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Orrisa Post

April 21, 2021

'The Disease That Kills Us

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Authored By
Prof. Malay Krishna

Published in
The Times of India

April 14, 2021

Healthcare will never be the same after Covid – given how fast myths were shattered and consumer behaviours transformed

While the Covid pandemic has had a significant negative impact on global health, economy and society, there has been a surprising upside – longstanding practices in the healthcare sector have been transformed, perhaps forever.

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Authored By
Dr. R. K. Pattnaik

Published in
The Hindu Business

April 11, 2021

Moral hazards of RBI’s balance sheet approach

The latest Monetary Policy was along expected lines, on the surface. But barely below the surface are some concerns that pose a host of questions with implications far beyond the

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Mint

April 09, 2021

The misadventures of coronavirus in our dreamland

The misadventures of coronavirus in our dreamland

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
Deccan Herlad

April 09, 2021

The healthcare crisis we don’t see

April 7 was World Health Day, and discussions were largely focused on the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. When fighting a war, all thinking and resources are naturally focused on the immediate target. But how well we do in war time is a factor .

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Fortune India

April 03, 2021

The gig economy and India’s changing workforce

As several reports attest, India is seeing a rise in gig economy jobs, both in the blue-collar and white-collar segments, with the pandemic accelerating this trend.

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