India faces a myriad of problems. Fundamental to solving them is the problem of an exploding population. It is easy to tell that I am obsessed with the problem. Continuing on from my last ruminations on India’s population problem, I… Read More ›
Month: June 2004
Today’s Business Standard carries Rajesh Jain’s article on Transforming rural India, the hub way in which he discusses the RISC model.
Yesterday’s post about the government’s anti-Midas touch concluded with the question of what explains the sordid performance of practically anything undertaken by the government. I believe that the answer has to do with what is called the objective function of… Read More ›
Some time ago, I had posted a blog entry on the logic of outsourcing which quoted Russell Roberts of BusinessWeek Online. All very serious and good. I recently came across Dave Barry’s take on outsourcing and he does not disappoint.