Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2020-09-22
E.g., 2020-09-22

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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Authored By
Dr. Rakhi Thakur

Published in
Forbes India

September 09, 2020

Shopping during a pandemic

During Covid-19, shoppers are looking only for essential products offered by reliable national and regional brands, research shows

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
Mint

September 08, 2020

A stronger rupee can’t slay inflation

"India’s foreign currency reserves are now at an all-time high of $541 billion. After allowing the rupee to drop from 75 per dollar to 73, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) noted last week that “the recent appreciation of the rupee is working towards containing imported inflationary pressures".

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Authored By
Prof. Vidyut Lata Dhir

Published in
People Matters

September 03, 2020

Why we need to engage in agendaless conversation

Not being able to have conversations leads to stress because people are not able to vent out feelings and share their aspirations. Lack of empathy in the workplace leads to mistrust and further hinders free-flowing conversation. This has become a major cause for concern and, unfortunately, often goes unnoticed or not given its due importance. Added to this is the unprecedented pandemic of COVID-19 due to which small talk at workplaces has stopped because majority of the people (who have managed to retain their jobs) are working from home.

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Authored By
Dr. R.K. Pattnaik

Published in
The Hindu Business Line

September 01, 2020

Q1 GDP shocker shows India must brace itself for a long grind

Collapse in investment and consumption has led to a huge growth contraction. A V-shaped recovery seems like a tall order

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Authored By
Dr. Hemant Manuj

Published in
Business World

August 25, 2020

DFI Is Not The Solution For Infrastructure Projects

There have been suggestions, lately, of the need for one or more development financial institutions (DFIs) in India. This is expected to boost the financing of infrastructure projects in India. However, the argument misses the root problem. Let us see why.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattnani

Published in
The Hindu

August 24, 2020

On pain, dying and suffering

The child had been in and out of consciousness for all of the last six months. An infection in the child’s brain had left him semi-conscious, suffering continual pain from muscle spasms.

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