Faculty Articles

Working for the working women

It is almost unanimously accepted that the path economies take to attain high competitiveness—where firms embrace international competition—goes through innovation. To increase competitiveness, this path enables innovators to acclimatise swiftly...

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When there’s a fire, manage the leakages

It is almost unanimously accepted that the path economies take to attain high competitiveness—where firms embrace international competition—goes through innovation. To increase competitiveness, this path enables innovators to acclimatise swiftly...

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A 70- year old dream

The presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran came together for a key summit in Tehran on September 7. The situation in Syria, of course, dominated the meeting of President Hassan...

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Tasteful metaphors, poor politics

We witnessed in August the resolution of the tussle between the union government and the Supreme Court in Mahajan vs State of Maharashtra on the reading of the Scheduled Castes...

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Bereft of choice

The Supreme Court’s recent judgment reading down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code is a landmark on many counts. But while we celebrate the judgment, it is important to...

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