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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Interesting readings

Home Free by Jennifer Gonnerman in The New Yorker, 20 June.

Social media and corruption: Evidence from a Russian blog by Ruben Enikolopov, Maria Petrova, Konstantin Sonin in The Vox, 20 June.

The best way to welfare by Abhijit V. Banerjee in The Indian Express, 18 June.

Maharashtra govt to Bombay HC: 'Issued tenders for decibel meters' by Express News Service in The Indian Express, 18 June. Such measurement is in all Android phones.

World without leaders: Bowing to every prejudice thrown up by the mob is the new norm by Kanti Bajpai in The times of India Blogs, 18 June.

A cashless dream for kirana stores by Varad Pande and Manisha Pandita in The Mint, 17 June.

How to win the financial inclusion war by Varad Pande and Manisha Pandita in The Mint, 15 June.

Is Sebi overstating money laundering concerns? by Mobis Philipose in The Mint, 14 June.

Emami founders say hospital investment was a big mistake by Soumonty Kanungo in The Mint, 14 June.

Forced unbundling for greater competition by Ajay Shah in Business Standard, 13 June.

Cracking the payments bank puzzle by Varad Pande and Manisha Pandita in The Mint, 13 June.

SEBI and FMC: The story of a merger that took a dozen years by Shaji Vikraman in The Indian Express, 13 June.

Across the aisle: Gross domestic product or puzzle? by P Chidambaram in The Indian Express, 12 June.

Understanding the financial needs of the underserved customer by Varad Pande, Nirat Bhatnagar and Manisha Pandita in The Mint, 11 June.

JS-level posts vacant at Centre, few takers by Subhomoy Bhattacharjee in The Business Standard, 11 June.

The unnoticed agreement by Jaya Jaitly in The Indian Express, 11 June.

Why I Quit Twitter - and Left Behind 35,000 Followers by Jonathan Weisman in The New York Times, 10 June.

Integration between spot and futures markets and the way forward in commodity markets by Samir Shah in NIPFPMF YouTube Channel, 9 June.

India's liberalised yet restrictive visa policy by Natasha Agarwal in The ORF, 8 June.

Hopping in His Matchbox by Neal Ascherson in London Review of Books, 2 June.

The Management Myth by Matthew Stewart in The Atlantic, June 2006.

Economic History in South Asia: In Conversation with Professor Tirthankar Roy in The LSE Blogs,

How a tiny, secretive research shop exposed one of the world's biggest commodity traders by Heather Timmons in The Quartz, 30 May.

Anonymous Hackers Turned Stock Analysts Are Targeting US, Chinese Corporations by BeauHD in The Slashdot News, 26 May.

Why West Bengal continues to be a place for unauthorised money raising (This time is hardly different)? in The Mostly Economics Blog.

Addresses in India are chaos. I see two candidates that can help: Open Location Code and Mongolia is changing all its addresses to three-word phrases by Joonlan Wong in The Quartz.

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