Shivkrit Rai, a fourth year law student, has reviewed a very famous book called ‘Phishing for Phools’ by Akerlof and Shiller. Read on to know more about what to expect out of it.
Professor Sudip Patra, in this article, discusses about the phenomenon of asset misevaluation: over or under valuation. Read on to know more about what he has to say in this regard.
The article, originally published on ‘The Millennial Investor’ talks about various ways to diversify our investments, so as to reap maximum benefits out of it.
Priyam Agarwalla conducted a field research project in an area of Jharkhand to analyse the impacts of the Direct Benefit Transfer scheme introduced by the Government of Jharkhand. Read on to know more about what she observed.
This following article summarizes the discussion carried out by Dr. Nupur Tiwary and Dr. Indranil Mukopadhyay, regarding some of the issues related to healthcare in India.
This article puts forth the ideas of Dr. Ananth Padmanabhan in the form of a discussion note regarding the Right to Privacy and it’s various aspects. The discussion was carried out under Politica Discussion Series.
Professor Sudip Patra, in this article, discusses the rise of a promising paradigm in social science, namely quantum decision theory, when applied to financial models in specific.
No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark – Warsan Shire. By the means of this article, the author tries to give us an insight into European Crisis by stating major causes and hard facts.
Through this article, the author tries to elaborate on compulsory licensing as a legal instrument which can indirectly guarantee that the patients get access to essential commodities like life-saving drugs.
The article, originally published on ‘The Millennial Investor’ discusses why investing in stock markets is not as good an idea as people deem it to be because people don’t really know and understand the concept of stock markets. Read on to find out why he says that.
Budgets in India have often suffered from a hope versus reality conundrum. Deepanshu Mohan uses the examples of Minimum Support Price, the healthcare scheme, and wage inequality to illustrate how when hope does not necessarily translate into reality.
A deconstruction of the divergence between the economic situation of the country and its social progress in light of the recent Union Budget.