What’s worth reading | Shreyas Recommends (Week 25 : Oct 7 – Oct 13 )
Its the silver jubilee week of this series!
How to read an Annual Report, The contrast of Satyarthi and Malala’s Nobel, PPP growth of global economies and much more in this week’s edition.
Indians think success is almost equally dependent on hard work and being lucky
And a look at how, according to IMF, global economies have grown in PPP terms
Bangladesh is the ideal model India should be looking up to when it comes to fighting open defecation: in terms of the investments required, but also in creating social pressure and behavioural change
Surveilling government employees: does that really bring in more accountability or just another system bureaucrats will game
Ebola may not be the fastest spreading disease, but it is among the deadliest
A bit of Corp Finance 101: How to read an annual report
Don’t ignore theory just because the reality don’t seem to follow it. Understand why theory isn’t working
And why are they among the most controversial
Indian writers can’t seem to get a sniff of Literature Nobel
Kailash Satyarthi’s Peace Nobel: the significance of his work
The contrast of Satyarthi and Malala’s Nobel: For one it is recognition of years of effort, for the other it could be fraught with more risks
A comedy club that charges you by how much you laugh
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Shreyas is a Delhi-based Consultant working with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He blogs at shreyasp.wordpress.com. He is an alumnus of IIM Indore.