My Mind

  • May
    By Mark Buchanan, Bloomberg

    In the field of economics it’s not easy to keep an open mind. That at least is the conclusion one might draw from the experience of

  • May

    The monumental Indian general elections were followed with great interest in east Asia. Now that the results are out and India has a government with a solid majority

  • May
    By James Saft, Reuters

    Investor enthusiasm for new Indian prime minister-to-be Narendra Modi and for activist investment may spring from a common underlying cause: the reality of lower, less explosive growth.
    India handed Modi

  • May

    It is time to challenge two widely held beliefs in the information technology industry. The first belief is that Silicon Valley is the hotbed of all or nearly

  • May

    There is no more strategic issue for a company or any organisation than its ultimate purpose. For those who think business exists to make a profit

  • May

    Finally the curtain falls on the biggest festival of the democratic world. It’s been a clean sweep for Narendra Modi shocking many but living up to

  • May

    The verdict from this general election is two-fold. One corruption is not really an issue with voters; it is just a way of life

  • May

    The critique of economic theory is not just a textbook problem but has a wider scope. Policy analyses and economics demands the use of cost-benefit analysis (CBA); however