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Ajit Balakrishnan: The American university - trouble in paradise?

The American university, once the envy of the world, is in crisis

Ajit Balakrishnan: Reflections at a convocation

Why management syllabi should not be attuned to the markets

Ajit Balakrishnan: Sons who won't leave home

Successful parents are increasingly faced with continuing to support children in their 20s or 30s

Ajit Balakrishnan: India's economic theory fashion cycles

'Make in India' could suffer the same fate as did privatisation and the command economy

Ajit Balakrishnan: The impending broadband wars

Soon, India will have to deal with the question of whether broadband service providers are 'common carriers', like highways

Ajit Balakrishnan: Of websites and factories

Regulating the internet only as a medium is somewhat similar to regulating electricity only as a driver of the TV industry

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