Yashvardhan Bardoloi

Yashvardhan's Articles

26 May 2016 Last week, EgyptAir Flight 804 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, killing all 66 people on board, and questions have been raised about the safety of air travel.
19 May 2016 Around this time every year, one begins to notice a marked shift in the attitude of students everywhere.
12 May 2016 How much should an ice cream cost? Is there a justified level of profit, and when does profit turn into consumers being cheated? Should governments try to protect people from high prices?
05 May 2016 India’s current prime minister, Narendra Modi, was elected in 2014 on his economic credentials and the promise that he would bring prosperity to the nation.
28 Apr 2016 According to Hong Kong government figures, between 15 and 20 per cent of the population lives below the poverty line, defined as half the city’s median annual income of about HK$180,000.
21 Apr 2016 Free-market policies key to putting Venezuela’s economy back on track.
14 Apr 2016 Bernie Sanders, the septuagenarian presidential candidate, has captivated millions of mainly young, middle and working class Americans with his vision for economic equality.
07 Apr 2016 Buying textbooks is one of the most expensive parts of going to university. HKIS student writer Yashvardhan Bardoloi explores the economics behind the textbook industry.