Amazing Anthony Deden!

I stumbled upon this long interview (2 hrs 25 mins) of Anthony Deden who is Chairman of Edelweiss Holdings! He is amazingly articulate and his clarity of thought (in his domain) reminded me of Charlie Munger! Watch this interview at leisure and with full attention...and let it sink in...slowly.


The Value of Superfluous Option

I read this interesting post on LinkedIn: Why giving 3 options is better than giving 2 options? A few weeks back I was to a local juice shop. A girl came and asked for a glass of juice, he gave her a choice of two sizes (INR 40 and INR 50). She asked neither the... Continue Reading →

Sendhil Mullainathan Wins Infosys Prize 2018

Just read this news that Harvard Prof Sendhil Mullainathan won (along with 5 others) Infosys Prize 2018 for science and research I had watched Sendhil's TED talk and had liked it a lot! There are many economists of late who write and talk about behavioral economics, cognitive biases and nudge. This one is also... Continue Reading →

Good Read: Unit Economics matter, Scalability of the Unit Economics matters more…

I came across this article on LinkedIn, written by Raghav Bahl of Bessemer Venture Partners (Link: and thought of sharing. This is somewhat similar to a Marketing Assignment I had done during my MBA. Will write a blog on that some other day. Meanwhile, do check this article: I like entrepreneurs who think hard about... Continue Reading →

Good Read: On Remittances

If you follow the Economics of emerging countries you would know that remittances from other countries back to the home country is a significant contributor in the development of that country! India has a huge population and equally huge number of migrants to various countries. There are regional pockets and affiliations based on decades of... Continue Reading →

Basic Laws of Management and Marketing

My Prof at IIM-A once said that every subject in management has its roots in some mother subject. For example, he said, Economics has its roots in Psychology. Finance is a derivative of Economics (Micro-economics, to be precise). HR has its roots in Organizational Behavior, which in turn borrows from Social Science. Operations Management is... Continue Reading →

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