What’s the Deal with the Brexit Deal?

What’s the Deal with the Brexit Deal?

Posted by: on Oct 28, 2019 | No Comments

Read the first article of this series here: In the Name of Freedom – Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations

The UK is eager to arrive at a deal with the EU before it finally exits the single market. Lawmakers have voted in favor of a Brexit

Brexit: In the Name of Freedom, Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations?

Brexit: In the Name of Freedom, Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations?

Posted by: on Oct 21, 2019 | No Comments

Is it a coincidence that Brexit is slated for Halloween? Or have they chosen the date appropriately to warn UK citizens of how scary it’s going to be? There is no simple answer anymore, to this snowballing dilemma. But here’s a look at why this was doomed to be a huge mess right

Can the Casino Industry Help Revive the Greek Economy?

Can the Casino Industry Help Revive the Greek Economy?

Posted by: on Oct 14, 2019 | No Comments

The Greek city of Athens is witnessing an investor boom, with the construction of hip new hotels from leading names dotting the skyline. After plunging more than 40% in 2010, property prices are gradually trending upward, and stability is returning. This

Global Casino Giants Looking to Get a Slice of Japan’s IR Market

Global Casino Giants Looking to Get a Slice of Japan’s IR Market

Posted by: on Aug 28, 2019 | No Comments

Over the past few years, Asian markets have become prominent hubs of the Integrated Resort (IR) business model. IRs are complex resorts offering diverse leisure activities, right from huge hotels to entertainment facilities like fun shows, shopping malls,

Step Aside, Bureaucrats, And Make Way for Progress

Step Aside, Bureaucrats, And Make Way for Progress

Posted by: on Jan 25, 2019 | No Comments

We have seen markets fail, right? Some are quick to site such instances and proclaim the benefits of government regulation. However, government failure is often hidden and only a handful of people seem to be

Where is the Indian Economy Headed in 2019?

Where is the Indian Economy Headed in 2019?

Posted by: on Jan 11, 2019 | No Comments

With major publications, including Forbes, warning of a coming recession in 2019, the ancient Chinese curse seems to be coming true – May you live in interesting times. And, what an interesting time it is especially for India, given that all

What it Takes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur in India

What it Takes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur in India

Posted by: on Jul 30, 2018 | No Comments

India stands at an interesting juncture. As entrepreneurs, we can rejoice the fact that the country has a huge working-age population. This not only presents businesses with a strong consumer base, but also with a large pool of educated

Can India Hold Her Position as the World’s Fastest Growing Economy?

Can India Hold Her Position as the World’s Fastest Growing Economy?

Posted by: on Jul 20, 2018 | No Comments

The Indian economy grew at an impressive rate of 7.7% during the fourth quarter (January to March 2018). India’s GDP growth surged past China’s 6.8% growth recorded for the same quarter.

For FY18 (fiscal year ended March 31, 2018), India’s growth

India Achieves its Highest Ever Score on the Index of Economic Freedom

India Achieves its Highest Ever Score on the Index of Economic Freedom

Posted by: on May 27, 2016 | One Comment

India achieved its highest ever score on the 2016 Index of Economic Freedom. India’s score of 56.2 gave it the 123rd rank among the 178 countries ranked by this index. India was ranked the 25th among the xx nations in the Asia Pacific region. The 123rd

Daniel Kahneman: The Psychologist  who won a Nobel Prize for Economics

Daniel Kahneman: The Psychologist who won a Nobel Prize for Economics

Posted by: on Apr 21, 2016 | No Comments

Daniel Kahneman and his colleague Amos Tversky studied human behaviour when faced with uncertainty and risk, and came up with groundbreaking results; primarily, that human beings are not necessarily the rational agents of economic theory. Daniel Kahneman