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Why Air India is in trouble

Views:3686 | Comments:99 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on April 15, 2010

Air India, the brand that today encompasses both the erstwhile Air India and Indian Airlines, is in serious trouble. The National Aviation Company of India (NACIL), formed by the merger of the two air.. Read full story

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Begone, management gurus!

Views:2062 | Comments:45 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on July 8, 2010

Leading B-schools are looking to overhaul the MBA syllabus. Nitin Nohria, the newly-appointed dean of Harvard Business School (HBS), is said to believe that the way management is taught in B-schools c.. Read full story

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Let foreign banks into rural areas

Views:1331 | Comments:38 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on March 18, 2010

Pranab Mukherjee’s mention of additional banking licences to private players in his recent budget created a buzz. It is hard to understand why. There is a policy for private bank licensing in pl.. Read full story

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Let IIT directors retire at 65

Views:1334 | Comments:36 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on September 16, 2010

Over past year or so, three leading business schools in the US — Harvard, Chicago and Stern — have hired new deans. The oldest of them is 48.
Here in India, we seem to be moving in t.. Read full story

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HRD in banks is more than just pay

Views:2077 | Comments:17 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on September 30, 2010

At a recent conference on banking, I was asked what the three priorities for public sector banks (PSBs) should be. My impulse was to say that they should simply focus on HRD.
But, then, I hap.. Read full story

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Tread warily on new private banks

Views:1491 | Comments:17 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on August 19, 2010

Is it time to let industrial houses into banking? This is by far the most important question raised in the RBI discussion paper on entry of new banks in the private sector. Industrial houses will not .. Read full story

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At last, the remaking of banks?

Views:328 | Comments:10 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on February 4, 2010

Ever since the onset of the sub-prime crisis, there have been calls for an overhaul of the banking sector. But governments everywhere have shrunk from measures that would seriously address the disrupt.. Read full story

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Banks, relax — until the next crisis

Views:749 | Comments:8 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on September 2, 2010

Every economic crisis gives rise to suggestions for radical reform. But these suggestions typically last only as long as the crisis. Once the crisis has blown over, it is business as usual.
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The world falters, India booms

Views:553 | Comments:8 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on August 5, 2010

The divergence between macroeconomic policies in India and those in the advanced economies in recent months has been striking. Fiscal tightening has been under way since fiscal 2009-10 itself. Monetar.. Read full story

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Grow, but don't try to rule the world

Views:487 | Comments:8 | Author:T T Ram Mohan | Posted on June 10, 2010

Emerging markets have come out of the sub-prime crisis better than the advanced economies. Banks are a play on the economy, so this is reflected in the condition of banks in advanced and emerging e.. Read full story


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