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Interference in academic matters extreme under NDA, says Nobel laureate Amartya Sen

Interference in academic matters extreme under NDA, says Nobel...

Provided by IBNLive New Delhi: The extent of government intervention in academic matters has become "extraordinarilycommon" and often "politically extreme" under the NDA regime, says Nobel laureate Amartya Sen. He, however, says this is not the ... MSN News US, 1 week ago

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Where are our girls?

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen wrote an article back in 1990 that shocked people all over the world because it suggested that the common assumption that women make up half of the population is wrong. In the article, titled More than 100 million women ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Nobel laureate steps down from Nalanda after run-in  University World News1 month ago Fifth column: Questions for a Nobel laureate Amartya Sen  Indian Express1 month ago Where poor are concerned, there is very little change: Amartya Sen  Hindustan Times1 month ago

Behind Amartya Sen's outburst: An old man's old tricks to grab attention

Provided by Firstpost One could rationalise, even justify, the recent outburst of the economist Amartya Sen against the Prime Minister by considering the circumstances. Here Sen is, well over 81, at a point in most men's lives when the enfant ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

The Amartya Sen Guide to passing off petty pique as high principle

One of the fundamental realities of human behaviour is that people tend to develop instant likes or dislikes. Most people seldom change their minds once they have decided they don't like someone. And so it is with Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, who has ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago The Amartya Sen Guide to disguising petty pique as high principle  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Is social business the way forward?

Wahiduddin Mahmud The idea of socially-oriented business is not new, although Nobel laureate Muhammed Yunus has certainly given an enormous impetus to it by his articulate branding of it as social business. The reason his campaign has caught so ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Amartya Sen: Right And Wrong On Kerala

01:46 pm …I was told that Kerala's policies were unaffordable because it was one of the poorest states in India. It was not unaffordable, and Kerala has had the highest life expectancy in India for many decades now (in fact, higher than the ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Three Seminal Works in the Social Sector: A Beginners Guide for Social Sector Aspirants

Bottom of the pyramid, social inequalities, marginalization, socio-economic growth, Millennium Development Goals, etc. are buzz words we hear often in the social sector. However, how deeply do we understand them? With shallow knowledge, one often ...
 Yourstory.in4 weeks ago
Bangkok Post

Prescriptions for prosperity

The challenge for Asia now is to see if it can avoid the "secular stagnation" so often seen in mature economies, says Haruhiko Kuroda, the governor of the Bank of Japan. Long-term sustainable growth in Asia depends very much on the how the ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago
Bangkok Post

Democracy and economic progress

Bangkok last week was the venue for addresses by two highly influential economic thinkers about the way countries in the region should proceed with development. You can read more about the views of Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda and Nobel ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago

How to say no in Greek

Life with a known devil is often preferable to a future of unknowns. With their banks shuttered and an economy on the verge of seizure, Greek voters on July 5 turned that wisdom on its head. Whatever uncertainties the future held, the punishing ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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