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November 30, 2006
Kandathil K Jacob: How India can be the global KPO king
Sheetal Bahl: Low wages don't drive FDI
B Raman: India, China trade: Still miles to go
Shankar Acharya: Fiscal deficit, what's that?
November 29, 2006
Business Standard: India waits as Budget exercise begins
November 28, 2006
Govindraj Ethiraj: Learn, & then co-operate with China
November 27, 2006
A V Rajwade: What we need to learn from China
Abheek Barua: If the US doesn't slow down next year...
BS Bureau: India: Smaller, but unhealthy, families
KVSS Narayana Rao: The merit of value investing
Mukesh Butani: US tightens grip on Indian R&D centres
November 24, 2006
Ajit Balakrishnan: Field notes from an evening out
November 23, 2006
Aneel Karnani: Jobs, not microcredit, is the solution
November 22, 2006
Keya Sarkar: Target-setting bad for microfinance
November 20, 2006
Subir Gokarn: Economic origins of India's middle-class
Sunil Jain: Jobless growth, ha'ah!
November 17, 2006
Business Standard: India a gas surplus nation? Bah!
Business Standard: Have reforms helped India's poor?
November 16, 2006
Kanika Datta: Is there an 'Indian' style of management?
Nitin Desai: How Indian firms can go global
Ajay Shah: Of pension and government blunder
Business Standard: The Rs 63,000-crore question
Manoj Kumar: 9 more ways to find, retain best tutors
November 15, 2006
Sandeep Shanbhag: Infosys buyback: A great opportunity
Business Standard: Pharma cos: Taxmen may spoil the party
Manoj Kumar: 10 ways to find, retain best tutors at IIMs, IITs
November 14, 2006
R Venkataraman: B-schools ignore man-management
Rajeev Malik: Three suggestions for the RBI
Govindraj Ethiraj: India-China: Queering the pitch
November 13, 2006
A V Rajwade: A paranoid India and a confident China?
Bibek Debroy: Choosers should not be beggars
Mukesh Butani: Mother of all tax settlements
Abheek Barua: Of Indian bourses and reforms
November 11, 2006
Amit Tandon: Financing India's growth
Kandathil K Jacob: Why India can be global knowledge economy leader
November 10, 2006
Ajit Balakrishnan: The last days of an IIM professor
T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan: Of economists and dowry
November 09, 2006
Ketul Shah: When will petro prices come down?
Arvind Singhal: The modern retail juggernaut
November 08, 2006
Anirban and Ketul Shah: Gujarat, the next IT hub
A K Bhattacharya: The Bombay Club is alive
November 07, 2006
M Govinda Rao: The path to domestic trade tax reform
Sunita Narain: Making space for emissions
Sanjeev Aggarwal: B-schools don't teach leadership skills
November 06, 2006
Subir Gokarn: How PSUs can catch up with private sector
November 03, 2006
A G Krishnamurthy: Live to tell the tale
Jamal Mecklai: The last (?) unopened envelope
Madhukar Sabnavis: How Indian cos can be true global players
Ajay Shah: Reddy and RBI's 1st goal
November 02, 2006
Shyam Ponappa: Tata's Corus buy: A game theory analysis
November 01, 2006
Subir Roy: Growth leader, development laggard
R Lakshminarayanan: 5 things that beat B-school training
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