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Does India want to grow at 10 per cent? A workshop organised by Vedanta Resources - News Nation

Does India want to grow at 10 per cent? A workshop organised by Vedanta Resources  News Nation

Dhiraj Nayyar emphasized on the need for public policy making to be based on evidence, a deviation from the current scenario.

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 8:41 am | Google News

Trump's Art of the Spin | by Stephen S. Roach - Project Syndicate

Trump's Art of the Spin | by Stephen S. Roach  Project Syndicate

Policy blunders of epic proportion have become the rule, not the exception, for the US administration. The toxic combination of ill-timed fiscal stimulus, ...

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 8:05 am | Google News

Tech Nation's cyber security cohort: Red Sift's company profile - Information Age

Tech Nation's cyber security cohort: Red Sift's company profile  Information Age

Estimates suggest that it's 400 times cheaper to launch a cyber attack than it is to defend against one. Red Sift wants to change this.

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 4:53 am | Google News

Another View: Trump's war on science behind lab's move - Press Herald

Another View: Trump's war on science behind lab's move  Press Herald

In its war on science and statistics, the Trump administration has a habit of sidelining inconvenient information. Last week, it was at it again. On Thursday, the ...

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 3:01 am | Google News

Prof RV on why the foreign-educated Economists do not get India's economics. Part 2 - PGurus

Prof RV on why the foreign-educated Economists do not get India's economics. Part 2  PGurus

Prof RV on why the foreign-educated Economists do not get India's economics. Part 2.

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 2:24 am | Google News

Relying on often-biased student evaluations to assess faculty could lead to lawsuits (opinion) - Inside Higher Ed

Relying on often-biased student evaluations to assess faculty could lead to lawsuits (opinion)  Inside Higher Ed

It is simply a matter of time before a class-action one is filed against an institution for knowingly using biased instruments in evaluating its faculty, argues Ann ...

Posted on 24 June 2019 | 2:03 am | Google News

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