Faculty Press Articles

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E.g., 2021-06-12

Authored By
Dr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
Scroll.in

October 13, 2020

JBS Haldane’s life, via Samanth Subramanian’s biography, shows why scientists must be political too

Do scientists have a duty to engage with politics? This is a question that animates Samanth Subramanian’s A Dominant Character, an absorbing biography of one of the greatest scientific minds of the twentieth century, JBS Haldane. Haldane’s genius, wit, and passion seem to leap from the pages of this work.

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Authored By
Dr. Ashita Aggarwal

Published in
Business Standard

October 12, 2020

Mega e-sales: Compare prices across platforms before clicking on buy

With the festive season just round the corner, e-commerce giants Flipkart and Amazon are set to kick off their sales on October 16 and 17, respectively. Snapdeal, too, has announced its “Kum Mein Dum” Diwali sale from October 16. Customers can expect to get higher discounts this year.

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Authored By
Mr. R Gopalakrishnan and Dr.Sushmita Srivastava

Published in
The New Indian Express

October 08, 2020

Shaping Institutions: The art of critical thinking

On August 10 and September 9 respectively in this newspaper, we covered what business institutions are and a first practice in institution building: people power. We will now describe the second practice of institution building called ‘critical thinking’. Critical thinking contributes to organisational resilience and agility by compelling managements to challenge existing realities and think of new ones

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Authored By
Dr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
The Atlantic

October 07, 2020

Kamala Harris and the ‘Other 1 Percent’

In a few weeks, the United States might elect its first vice president of Indian heritage. Kamala Harris’s rise mirrors the fortunes of Indian Americans, a wildly successful community whose high levels of education and income have led to it being dubbed “the other 1 percent.”

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
Economic Times

October 02, 2020

View: Alongside stimulus, real economy bottlenecks blocking job-creation and output must be removed

When India does emerge from Covid-19, it will need high and sustainable economic growth to heal the economy. Can this be achieved by putting money in people’s hands and stoking demand?

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Authored By
Dr. Ranjan Banerjee

Published in
Economic Times

September 28, 2020

Covid-19: A game changer for Indian education

Even as the pandemic caught everyone off guard, the education sector rose gamely to the challenge. The mode of education shifted online, and, in the process, educational institutions navigated the challenges and discovered the opportunities that opened up, for the present and the future. Heads of some of India’s top institutes spoke to Sreeradha D. Basu on how Covid-19 has been a game changer for Indian education, not just for their institutes but the ecosystem at large.

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Authored By
Dr. Hemant Manuj

Published in
Financial Express

September 22, 2020

New Mutual Fund Rules: A new way to measure performance

A recent circular issued by the Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI), dealing with the composition of multi-cap schemes, has invited a lot of interest from, and discussion amongst, market participants. This is an important subject for the mutual fund industry.

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Indian Express

September 21, 2020

A tale of 3Gs: Of God, goals and government policy

The new number that is on everybody’s lips in September is 23 (actually 23.9)%—the dramatic drop in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), for the April-June quarter of 2020-2021. Given that consumption had dropped owing to the lockdown

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Authored By
Mr. Dinyar Patel

Published in
Economical & Political Weekly

September 19, 2020

Much More Than a Sport

Cricket Country: The Untold History of the First All India Team tells the story of the first all-India team to tour Britain, but it achieves much more. Other scholars, such as Rama­chandra Guha, have explored how sport has operated in India as a social and ­political baro­meter.

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Authored By
Dr. Ashita Aggarwal

Published in
Economic Times

September 14, 2020

Decoding consumer behavior during pandemic

Even as the country was preparing for its first unlock, 57% of respondents across the nation were extremely concerned and bothered about COVID-19 and its lingering impact on their health and lifestyle...

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Authored By
Mr. R. Gopalakrishnan and Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
he New Indian Express

September 09, 2020

Shaping institutions —of, by and for the people

People orientation is at the core of business institutions just as it is in democracies. Such firms contribute to society and communities, and, incidentally, also make profits

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar

Published in
Entrepreneur

September 09, 2020

Surviving the COVID: Addressing the business challenges in Family Business

How can family businesses withstand the challenges posed by a Black Swan event like Covid? We segregate the challenges facing family businesses , family and ownership parts

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