Markets on the boil? Ask Buffett - Prof. Suresh Srinivasan featured in Outlook Money

  • Aug 29, 2021 | outlookindia

Before the Covid-19 pandemic struck India, and took it by a storm, the domestic equity markets were doing quite well, even though there were some concerns surrounding an economic slowdown

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How are advertisements evolving to reflect a better society? Prof. K Rajeshwari and Ankita Bhuniya

  • Aug 26, 2021 | medianews4u

It is believed that an average American trysts with the brand Coco-cola a whopping 27 times a day! All through various forms of brand communications/ interactions. In the early ’70s, the average number of daily ad exposures per individual was around 1000, and a few decades later in 2007, it increased to around 5000. And today, it stands at approximately around 10,000. (Source- https://ppcprotect.com/how-many-ads-do-we-see-a-day/)

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Differences in sentiment within our monetary policy committee

  • Aug 26, 2021 | medianews4u

It is believed that an average American trysts with the brand Coco-cola a whopping 27 times a day! All through various forms of brand communications/ interactions. In the early ’70s, the average number of daily ad exposures per individual was around 1000, and a few decades later in 2007, it increased to around 5000. And today, it stands at approximately around 10,000. (Source- https://ppcprotect.com/how-many-ads-do-we-see-a-day/)

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Implementation of Central Bank Digital Currency - Prof. Ranjitha Ajay & Arnab Sarkar

  • Aug 25, 2021 | BW Businessworld

Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) is a digital or virtual form of legal tender issued by a central bank. It functions in the same way as fiat money and can be exchanged for fiat money in a one-to-one ratio. CBDC is not similar to private virtual currency (VCs), as VCs do not have any intrinsic value, have no issuer, and are not convertible in one-to-one ratio into sovereign currency. However, CBDC would be a sovereign currency in electronic form, and it would appear on a central bank’s balance sheet as a liability (currency in circulation). The insane growth of VCs and since it is not regulated due to its Peer to Peer (P2P) transaction system, the central banks need to come up with an alternative for the same to safeguard the public from the volatile nature of VCs. In addition to this, the need for CBDC stems from the fact that central banks across economies want to popularize a digital mode of transactions that is more stable and secure and to incorporate the ease of transactions, easier international trade, accountability in the blockchain, and strong security features of digital currency into the existing fiat currency.

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83% of RBI’s MPC statements had net negative sentiment: A study by Professors Vidya Mahambare & Jalaj Pathak

  • Aug 23, 2021 | thehindubusinessline

Negative sentiment had dominated the statements of RBI’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) since its first meeting in October 2016 to the latest one in August 2021, according to a sentiment scoring analysis done by professors of Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai.

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Chicago Booth School, India’s Great Lakes to jointly offer customised programs

  • Aug 16, 2021 | LiveMint

New Delhi: Chennai-based Great Lakes Institute of Management of India has tied up with the world-renowned Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago to provide custom executive education programs in areas like leadership, strategy, management, and finance frameworks.

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Great Lakes Institute of Management partners with the University of Chicago Booth School of Business

  • Aug 16, 2021 | New Indian Express | edex

Great Lakes Institute of Management in Chennai announced a partnership with The University of Chicago Booth School of Business – a globally renowned business school – to provide custom executive education programs that offer leadership, strategy, management, and finance frameworks to take participants and their organizations to the next level.

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Great Lakes To Design Custom Executive Education Program With Chicago Booth

  • Aug 16, 2021 | BW Businessworld

Great Lakes Institute of Management in Chennai announced a partnership with The University of Chicago Booth School of Business to provide custom executive education programs that offer leadership, strategy, management, and financial frameworks to take participants and their organizations to the next level.

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Great Lakes Institute ties up with Chicago Booth School

  • Aug 16, 2021 | Hindu BusinessLine

Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM), Chennai, on Monday announced its partnership with The University of Chicago Booth School of Business — a globally renowned business school — to provide custom executive education programmes that will offer leadership, strategy, management and finance frameworks to participants.

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In memory of Subir Gokarn - Former RBI Deputy Governer - Prof. Vidya Mahambare

  • Aug 07, 2021 | LiveMint

Work-from-home (WFH) is a buzzword today in the aftermath of the covid pandemic, but some leaders had recognized its benefits for the well-being of employees and their productivity many years earlier. Subir Gokarn was one such stalwart, and I was one of the beneficiaries of his vision 15 years ago.

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  • Cornell University
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  • Skema Business School
  • Universite De Bordeaux
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