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“NSEL Debacle” article in EPW

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Did you follow the recent news of NSEL crisis in India? Or are you a victim of it by any chance? A magazine named the Economic & Political Weekly (EPW) from India, invited my views on this crisis. Have you … Continue reading

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International Conference in London : “Emerging Markets”

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Along with a few colleagues of mine, I am organizing an International Conference in London. The theme of the conference is: “Emerging Markets and the New Dynamics of Management” and shall be on 17-18 May, 2012. Yes you are invited … Continue reading

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Proud of Middlesex University!

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It is always a matter of pride when the place where we work gets recognized by third parties, especially, by credible independent international organizations. Yes, our Middlesex University is now ranked among top 10 universities to add value for students … Continue reading

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Latest Research: Micro Financing in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) is one of the largest micro financing providers and is operating several types of micro financing programmes in Bangladesh. Among these programmes the CFPR (Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction) programme of BRAC

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Brain Drain or Brain Gain?

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Kindly find the following article authored jointly by my research partner and friend Dr. Justin Paul and myself. This article titled ‘Brain Drain or Brain Gain?’ is published in today’s (6th February 2007 Tuesday) ‘Knowledge @ Work’ section, page no. … Continue reading

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Research and publication

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Research and publication Had been to a research workshop and had interesting ideas today. The publishing process as described by the speaker is follows: 1) Design and implement research with a main target journal and a back-up in mind. 2) … Continue reading

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Management Science: Practices v/s Theory

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There are not always black or white answers in management. A lot of aspects in management fall in grey area. And that is really fascinating to me. I tell my MBA students since long that ‘There is no accurate formulae … Continue reading

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Welcome!

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Welcome to JP’s blog! Welcome to my blog! This blog will have my reflections on my thinking related to life, careers, businesses, opportunities, travel, photography, ideas, influences, organizations, individuals and more. Depending on various factors and my schedule this blog … Continue reading

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