We have to deal with complexity—and for that we need space
Category : big-ideas
Daniel Kahneman, grandfather of behavioural economics, talks about how the field came to be and the impact it has had
We live in polarised times. It leaves no room for middle ground. Either you’re good or bad. There is no room for nuance or discourse. What a pity!
A meeting between the state government and the people in Jaipur demonstrates how a little thought to the format of a meeting can make a significant difference
The pro-privacy debate has become an anti-Aadhaar stance. Are we missing the forest for the trees?
Is the current debate in India around privacy misplaced? All evidence suggests it is about the evolution of money and the need for a uniform identity
Apparently, there is a battle raging between Indian liberals and orthodox forces. Unfortunately, much like unicorns and pink fairies, the Indian liberal is a myth
Notes from Milken Institute Global Conference 2017: How IndiaStack and Aadhaar will transform access to capital and other ideas in impact investing
Democracy is in peril with innovations in technology running too far ahead of innovations in democracy’s processes
India’s subsidy system needs reform, but the lack of information from the ground undermines the state’s ability to design right policies. Aadhaar promises that information and transparency