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T N Ninan: Careful with those surveys

Nielsen has put out its latest quarterly survey on the consumer mood in 60 countries. For the last few quarters, and earlier too, Indians have turned out to be the most optimistic sometimes by substantial margins over the next country in the list. Smart Investor, 2 days ago
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T N Ninan: Careful with those surveys

A survey's design determines its findings; understanding the logic behind measurement is key to interpretation T N Ninan | New Delhi July 31, 2015 Last Updated at 13:07 IST Nielsen has put out its latest quarterly survey on the consumer mood in 60 countries.
 Business Standard2 days ago How to read an economic survey well  Rediff.com1 day ago

T N Ninan: The defensive crouch

There are many India-China narratives that have been told over the past quarter-century and more. As time has passed, China has made comparisons between the two countries less and less relevant; it has placed itself in a different category from ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
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T N Ninan: The defensive crouch

China and India have approached trade negotiations very differently: the former with confidence, the latter in a defensive crouch T N Ninan | New Delhi July 24, 2015 Last Updated at 22:50 IST There are many India- China narratives that have been told over the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Trade negotiations: How India, China are starkly different  Rediff.com1 week ago

Letters: Better valuation

This refers to T N Ninan's article "Banking on non-solutions" (July 18). There's no doubt that stifling debt loads continue to weigh on government and central banks around the world. In India, even though private banks are in much better shape, the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago T N Ninan: Banking on non-solutions  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Greece: A financial slave state

The crushing of this tiny entity by demanding creditors should be a lesson for all countries, warns T N Ninan. Perhaps Angela Merkel knows the Greeks better than their prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, and finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis. Since the Greek referendum was called on whether to accept still more austerity in return for yet another bail-out, the mood in Greece would appear to have swung quite dramatically. What was strong sentiment in favour of a "No" vote (ie to not accept the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago T N Ninan: A financial slave state  Business Standard1 month ago
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The frenemy of the people

Politicians have continued taking people for granted and managed to stay above the law, says T N Ninan  “Let me tell you about the rich,” wrote F Scott Fitzgerald. “They are different from you and me. They possess and enjoy early, and it does something to them, makes them… cynical where we are trustful…They think…that they are better than we are…” Read that passage again, substitute “politicians” for “rich”, and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago T N Ninan: The frenemy of the people  Business Standard1 month ago
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Letters: Redefine literacy

Apropos the article "Wrong target for benign neglect" (June 27) by T N Ninan, India's future leaders cannot even cope with Class 2 reading and arithmetic. Isn't that disheartening? Illiteracy is a much deeper malaise than any other malaise affecting ...
 Business Standard1 month ago T N Ninan: Wrong target for benign neglect  Business Standard1 month ago

Letters: Extractive societies

I couldn't agree more with T N Ninan's column "The frenemy of the people" (Weekend Ruminations, June 20) but perhaps the answer why we collectively allow it all to happen lies in Thorstein Veblen's Theory of the Leisure Class. I quote here from Robert ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Letters: The PM's different faces  Business Standard2 months ago T N Ninan: For a softer Mr Modi  Business Standard2 months ago

T N Ninan: The republican spirit

Monsieur the Marquis's chariot has come to a halt, having run over and killed a little child. He asks about the distraught father: "Why does he make that abominable noise?" And adds a little later: "It is extraordinary to me that you people cannot take care ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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