Tag Archive: Economics

Nothing is more important than Sustenance

If we cease to exist as individuals or groups or countries, does it matter then, who was the great inventor of products or runner of the political regime? Probably it does, but for the historians alone. If we rise above…
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Politicians are the same everywhere

READ, WEEP, PRINT AND KEEP! This should be on the front page of every newspaper. Charley Reese’s final column for the Orlando Sentinel… He has been a journalist for 49 years. He is retiring and this is HIS LAST COLUMN….
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Governance – A challenge or a commitment

In spite of the many definitions of governance, probably the best is ‘a framework of people processes and rules that enable and foster manifestation of political intentions’. The word political intention is important here, and it speaks not much about citizens’…
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Financial Bailouts another name for Corporate-Political mafia

This is something, which they do not teach you at Harvard or London School of Economics. It is financial imperialism of another kind. How the big wigs of economics and politics perform tricks that erode a country’s economy and how…
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The innovative imperialisms – one cannot evade

Financial Imperialism [1] Imperialism has been a popular word in politics. Three new versions of this word were defined and elaborated in my book A Wonderful World – one was ‘Population Imperialism‘ and the other was ‘Financial Imperialism‘, ‘Cultural Imperialism‘ is another….
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Education policy – why should we tolerate chaos in it

The Chaos Policy is a statement by the regulatory body or the government. It can only be used beneficially if It is implementable smoothly and devoid of the frequent need to revise. Alas, these are being done on an adhoc…
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Rich and the poor – what separates them

Citizens are tagged as rich or poor with reference to the shared socio economic conditions in the society. Three classes are prevalent namely upper, middle and lower class. That, in India we spread them into seven classes namely billionaires, high,…
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Budget – Why not once in 2 Years

February is ­important month one in our lives because not only it is the onset of the spring but also the month when government unfolds plans for its earnings and expenditures for the forthcoming year. To some it brings joy,…
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Castes – will these continue forever

Deep rooted implications Indians have continued with the traditional caste system. They live and breathe with it in their daily lives. But the question is whether castes will continue or somebody will find arguments against them. Ask the politicians and…
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Mega Economics Cycle – Do we know about this

Something they don’t teach you at Stephen’s Mega Economics Cycle is not something they teach you in London School of Economics. It goes beyond the scope of temporal economics ie micro and microeconomics. But some economists do discuss it in private…
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