The paper posits that the term ‘unstable stablecoin’ might actually be factually correct. Through the case studies of Terra, DAI and USDT, it argues that stablecoins can sometimes be deceptive in nature.
As central banks around the world try their best to combat the rising inflation, the global edible oil crisis, caused by a variety of reasons, has unsettled the economic recovery.
While it is true that states themselves have emerged weaker from the pandemic, there might be a silver lining to such developments after all.
Conflicts are eternal, what matters is how they are dealt with. India has managed to keep her international water conflicts at bay but her domestic conflicts often get out of hand and become violent at the first chance that people see.
Since the beginning of time, traditional financial decision-making has been based on logic, arithmetic, and statistical measures, neglecting emotions. Emotional finance studies how conscious and unconscious emotions influence investors’ individual decision-making that come to climax markets’ development.
Over the past decade, Netflix has become a household name in entertainment and pop culture. The first half of 2022, however, has not been particularly kind to the company.
In May 2022, states across India issued panic warnings regarding low coal reserves, highlighting the problem of potential electricity blackouts. This article deals with the reasons for India’s current power insecurity.
This article examines how—and why—the new labour codes, which have the potential to change the labour market, are creating unrest among the workers with their pitfalls.
Human behaviour often follows a pattern – there is an event, then a reaction, and then further reactions, few of them original, many of them borrowed. It is usually the most negative events – like crises, that evoke the most powerful reactions from people, surely replicated by others in some form or other. But what if we had an existing framework that mapped out how predictably we react?
This provision has done more harm than good, and the following piece aims at exploring how so by revolving around its archaic origin and its disproportionate effects on women. This piece also covers how RCR is violative of the Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right to Privacy, and Right to life and liberty.
In continuance with the theme of analyzing issues of environmental clearances within India, this article provides yet another perspective on faulty regulatory regimes being the primary cause of coastal erosion.
Given the problem of ‘twin deficit’– a budget shortfall as well as a current account deficit – it is natural to ponder how a country that consistently performed better than its neighbors in terms of various social indicators dug itself deep into this bottomless hole?