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Donald Trump’s grand strategy

31. July 2018 - 17:36
The transactional approach to international relations on which Trump’s strategy relies is likely to persist long after he leaves office

Improving state finances by reducing power losses

31. July 2018 - 17:32
India’s total energy losses are significantly more than international norms—wastage that state budgets cannot afford

The importance of service standards

31. July 2018 - 17:23
Such initiatives in India have been driven by the need to connect with external markets, but domestic consumers matter too

The Indian economy’s changing growth constraints

31. July 2018 - 17:16
The job of policy strategists is always to identify the binding constraints to growth and then try to figure out which policies will help ease them

The Achilles heel of the draft personal data Bill

31. July 2018 - 16:57
The penalties it lays out for data fiduciaries violating its provisions have been designed with private entities in mind, not the government

India needs to build trust in the private sector

31. July 2018 - 16:51
Capital is extremely mobile in today’s interconnected world and tends to avoid economies where it is not treated well

Tycoon is ready to make $15 billion of sweet music

31. July 2018 - 13:30
As ever with Vivendi, the big question will be how it reallocates any capital beyond buybacks

Opinion | Imran Khan’s election presents a global dilemma

31. July 2018 - 10:25
We should be awake to any sign that Imran Khan—a man with enough ego for an entire cricket team—is breaking with the Pakistan army. After all, how long will a man like him be satisfied by not being the captain of his own team?

Never diss someone on social media or scream at an employee in front of their co-workers

31. July 2018 - 5:56
Listen to things that are only relevant to you and let go of the things that don’t matter

Inflation as symptom of deep-rooted class conflict

31. July 2018 - 5:38
Monetary policy these days is seen as a technical exercise, best left to the experts. But it wasn’t always quite so bloodless

Solving the mystery of missing employment data in the Indian economy

30. July 2018 - 18:52
The prime minister is partly right in the sense that the most authoritative data on employment-unemployment from the periodic NSSO were not available after 2011-12

It’s a good time to be a mid-tier IT services company

30. July 2018 - 17:38
Number of times IT services firms get chances at contracts has gone up three-fold

What economists still don’t get about the 2008 crisis

30. July 2018 - 17:30
In general, the notion that economic booms cause busts, instead of being random unrelated events seems to have much more currency beyond the ivory tower than within it

A long-term strategy to reduce crude imports

30. July 2018 - 17:25
This will bode well for energy security and make our financial markets less volatile in the event of untoward developments in the oil market

Transforming India into an AI leader

30. July 2018 - 17:21
A strong data protection law, such as the one drafted by the Srikrishna Committee, will improve data access and quality, benefitting AI research

What binds Donald Trump and his critics?

30. July 2018 - 17:16
Trump’s critics’ misjudgements and their inability to see or admit to the flaws in their intellectual frameworks is testimony to the resilience of human irrationality

Complexity will be the privacy law’s undoing

30. July 2018 - 17:04
The hydra-headed approach to operationalizing consent will demand far too much of the average user

A difficult choice for the MPC this week

30. July 2018 - 16:57
A pause is preferred but a rate hike will be understandable

AI removes real estate intermediaries, creating positive user experience

30. July 2018 - 5:46
Dependency on middlemen and his ability to sell to desperate customers now seems avoidable

The arguments against an RBI rate hike

30. July 2018 - 5:07
A no-action policy with neutral policy stance cannot be ruled out but accompanied by a hawkish language and even a marginal rise in the inflation projection for the second half of the fiscal year

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