Welcome to India Economy & Business Analysis e learning portal… The portal owes its origin to my own difficulty in understanding business/economy/policy news during my MBA. The thought and my experience in research & writing prodded me to build this site providing simplified, yet insightful and engaging analysis of key developments in these areas. And I believe it is important for the younger generation, especially the management students to have a broad understanding of these issues to evolve as smarter managers.
The portal also attempts to delve on corporate failures and decisions gone wrong (without getting into governance issues). As Former President, Late APJ Abdul Kalam had said, “Don’t read success stories, you will only get a message. Read failure stories, you will get some ideas to get success”. Further, as Honorable President Pranab Mukherjee recently said, “Adjunct faculty from the industry and research institutions can provide practical orientation to course modules”. There is a need to understand the practical aspects of business and policy decision making. I would call this site a modest attempt towards this, a desire to share perspective with my 20 years of industry experience.
The endeavor is to keep the stories simple and focus on broad trends/insights rather than on exact numbers. There may appear to be a bias towards policy news as these issues are even more complex and less understood even though they have much larger ramifications.
And most importantly, I want this site to evolve as a classroom in the longer run. A virtual classroom, where we all can interact. To learn from each other. And make business learning an enjoyable experience..!
The views/ opinions expressed are personal and may not be in agreement with other Research/ Company reports. The sole objective of the website is to give business students/other beginners simplified content and help develop understanding of the economic/business environment. However, if there are factual errors, I would be happy to correct it.
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