What’s worth reading
June 3, 2015 § Leave a comment
- Is internet really breaking the GDP calculations?
- Paper is not quite over yet
- India “arrested” a Pakistani homing pigeon last week. That led to this discussion on spying animals
- ATM use in India is declining, which is a good news. May be the combination of higher charges and better payment options is working
- Indian IT industry’s ability to remain a major job provider is under threat
- IPL’s home team advantage: a case on whether fans really feel connected with the teams located in their home cities
- Tackling the moral problems faced by self-driving cars
- Cigarette butts offer energy storage and cure for dengue
- Strange: Life expectancy has risen rapidly in last century and half, but the oldest person in the world is still dying around the same age
- John Nash, Economics Nobel winner for Game Theory, died last week. The impact of game theory on business strategy is quite notable
- An interview with the author of Nash’s biography “A Beautiful Mind”
- Should you get the chance, do watch this documentary on his life
- FIFA senior executives were arrested and charged last week, all leading to the Chairman Sepp Blatter resigning last night. What is behind all the FIFA malfeasance?
- Apart from corruption, FIFA has possibly contributed to one of the biggest modern day human rights disasters
- Is there a way to get FIFA back on track?