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Disability-Friendly Organizations Outperform the Rest: A Case for Inclusive Workplace Practices

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In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the benefits of creating disability-friendly workplaces. Organizations that prioritize inclusivity not only uphold ethical standards but also experience tangible advantages in terms of employee engagement, productivity, innovation, and overall business performance. This article explores...

Telecom Price Hikes Ring a Bell: Three Lessons of Economics

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Recent telecom price hikes have sparked discussions not only among consumers and industry analysts but also among economists studying the broader implications of such decisions. These price adjustments by telecom operators illustrate fundamental economic principles that influence markets, consumer behavior, and regulatory dynamics. This...

Crack the Jobs Paradox While We Still Have Time: Navigating the Challenges of Employment in the Modern Era

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The global landscape of employment is undergoing rapid transformation, driven by technological advancements, demographic shifts, and economic uncertainties. The "jobs paradox" encapsulates the simultaneous challenges of high unemployment rates in certain sectors alongside skills gaps and labor shortages in others. This article explores the...

Master Class: The Role of Psychology in Decision Making and Financial Success

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The intersection of psychology and finance has become increasingly relevant as researchers and practitioners recognize the profound impact of human behavior on financial decision-making processes. Understanding how psychological factors influence financial choices, risk management strategies, and long-term wealth accumulation is crucial for individuals, investors,...

Is a Current Account Deficit Good for India?

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The current account deficit (CAD) is a critical economic indicator that measures the difference between a country's total exports of goods, services, income received from abroad, and its total imports of goods, services, income paid abroad. A deficit occurs when a country imports more...

Action on Diversity is More Powerful than Eloquence

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In today's globalized and interconnected world, diversity has emerged as a cornerstone of organizational strength, societal progress, and ethical leadership. While public discourse often emphasizes the importance of diversity and inclusion (D&I), translating words into meaningful actions remains a critical challenge. This article explores...

GenAI’s Brain Fog Will Not Stop a Reckoning for Creative Folks

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In an era increasingly defined by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, the role of creativity and its intersection with technology has sparked both enthusiasm and apprehension among creative professionals. This article explores the evolving landscape where Generative AI (GenAI) intersects with creative industries,...

The New Government Should Act to Broaden India’s Fiscal Agenda

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As India navigates the complexities of governance and economic policy, the role of fiscal agenda-setting becomes increasingly pivotal in shaping the country's trajectory towards sustainable development, economic prosperity, and social equity. This article delves into the imperative for the new government to broaden India's...

Let’s Tackle the Emerging Climate-Included Health Crisis

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The intersection of climate change and public health has emerged as a critical issue of global concern, with profound implications for human well-being, healthcare systems, and socioeconomic development. This article explores the escalating climate-included health crisis, examines its multifaceted impacts on communities worldwide, discusses...

Deepfakes and Indian Elections: A Case of Much Ado Over Nothing

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The intersection of technology and politics has always been a contentious arena, and the advent of deepfake technology has added a new layer of complexity to electoral landscapes worldwide. In the context of Indian elections, the discourse surrounding deepfakes—synthetic media created using artificial intelligence...