Reviving AT1 Bond Market Using Pre-Mortem Strategy: A Potential Way To Recover From Credit Suisse’s Write-Off | Dr. Gayathri Giri writes for ABP Live

  • Jul 18, 2023 | ABP Live

The article highlights that the decision to bail-in the AT1 bonds issued by Credit Suisse has created a ripple effect in the $260 billion AT1 bond market. Although AT1 bonds offer high returns, they are considered the riskiest investment due to their vulnerability to losses, when a bank faces potential distress. Conversely, the write-off of AT1 bonds by Credit Suisse has compounded the banking jitters around the world.

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Internationalize the rupee while a BRICS currency loses traction | Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for Live Mint

  • Jul 17, 2023 | Live Mint

The article highlights that for a country’s currency to achieve world dominance, its economy must be large, open to free trade in goods and services, and also open to flows of foreign investment in and out. It must have a deep financial market and its banks should have a significant presence worldwide. The country should have low and stable inflation and a credible fiscal policy that supports confidence in the currency’s value.

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Enhancing students’ learning effectiveness through technology detoxification | Prof. Rammyaa writes for Times of India

  • Jul 16, 2023 | The Times of India

The article shares SMART Tips for Technology Detoxification as below:

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Tomato Challenge - Hoarding is not as bad as it sounds | Prof. Vidya Mahambare's article published by Mint

  • Jul 09, 2023 | Live Mint

The article highlights that, given that tomatoes and onions are essential food items in most Indian households, relatively low-income families face the brunt of it in terms of household expenditure when these prices shoot up, and without notice. The release of hoarded produce lowers tomorrow’s prices when tomorrow comes. This is because supply would be higher tomorrow than it would’ve been had no hoarding taken place. In economics, these are called 'invisible' trade offs because what happens tomorrow cannot be seen today. Such trade-offs are largely ignored. Overall, hoarding tends to reduce price volatility. We should consider the welfare gains from lower variation in food prices between today and tomorrow.

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The Next New - Book Review by Prof. Suresh Srinivasan Published by The Hindu Business Line

  • Jul 06, 2023 | The Hindu Business Line

The review highlights that although the author provides insights on a spectrum and range of technologies and their applications that are evolving, some of them specific to certain industries while others are more industry-agnostic, managers need to distil down to those that are likely to become dominant in the future. Technological forecasting will become crucial in the coming years and it will entail gauging which of those technologies companies need to choose to create value for their key stakeholders.

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Close the prestige gap to find takers for unfancied jobs | Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for Live Mint

  • Jun 29, 2023 | Live Mint

The article highlights that the debate on unemployment must address the issue of prestige associated with various professions that keeps educated youth from taking up jobs that get tagged as 'unsuitable'. Job status is crucial for social standing in Indian Society and affects our employment choices. India needs to bridge prestige gaps so that there are more takers for all kinds of jobs.

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Creating a culture of continuous learning to mitigate layoffs | Prof. Shameem S writes for Education Times

  • Jun 19, 2023 | Times of India

The article highlights that leaders set a good example for the rest of the company when they emphasise and stress the importance of ongoing education. These could include training sessions, seminars, webinars and workshops that consider the changing demands of the company. Dedicated time for learning, collaboration & knowledge sharing and recognition & rewards are some examples.

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Companies must strive to retain productive women employees | Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for Live Mint

  • Jun 19, 2023 | Live Mint

The article highlights that only 19% of married women in the 24-29 age group with a child or children in urban India were employed in 2019. In contrast, 44% of single urban women in that age group were employed. This proportion falls to about 33% of married women with no child.

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Dean Dr. Suresh Ramanathan's Exclusive Interview with Financial Express

  • May 27, 2023 | Financial Express

Finance Express did an exclusive interview with Dean, Dr. Suresh Ramanathan where he shares his views on opportunities and challenges of the education system in India.

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How management education can integrate AI in curriculum - Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for The Hindu Business Line

  • Apr 25, 2023 | The Hindu Business Line

The article highlights that AI technology is constantly evolving, and individuals who are adaptable, resourceful, and can learn new skills and tools quickly would be valuable assets to their companies.

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