Yashvardhan Bardoloi

Yashvardhan's Articles

02 Mar 2017 The Indian government's demonetisation may only have a limited effect in exposing black money, but cause potential long-term damage to the country's economy.
10 Nov 2016 Ticket touts, or scalpers, are frequently cast as the bane of sports and music fans. They take advantage of a limited ticket supply to resell at much higher prices.
03 Nov 2016 The toughest assessments are perhaps self-assessments. How should you evaluate yourself? Conservatively, generously, or something in between?
27 Oct 2016 Last week, I argued against any premature interest rate rises by central banks. A couple of objections to extremely low interest rates – on the basis that they don’t work very well in pushing current growth – were addressed.
20 Oct 2016 Of the many stress-inducing questions facing investors and economists these days, one looms particularly large: when are central banks going to raise interest rates?
13 Oct 2016 In another blow to Wall Street’s reputation, it was recently reported that Wells Fargo employees had created more than two million fake accounts in an attempt to meet ambitious sales targets.
29 Sep 2016 It would be unnecessary to comment on the shock dealt to financial markets around the world by the Brexit. And despite the efforts of “Remain” campaigners - Britain will be leaving the EU for good.
30 Jun 2016 Markets pervade our society. For transportation we have Uber, for living space Airbnb. Even the right to pollute is for sale, at €13 (HK$111) per metric tonne of carbon dioxide, on the European emissions market.
23 Jun 2016 When talking about development, foreign aid is often seen as a remedy for the severe poverty faced by hundreds of millions of people around the world.
16 Jun 2016 In 1930, John Maynard Keynes wrote that by the time of his “grandchildren’s generation”, people in the developed world would be working no more than 15 hours a week.