A FREE MAN (Book Review)

A FREE MAN is a gripping account of a daily wage laborer’s life and his associates at Bara Tooti Chowk in Delhi. Neither is it a dull social commentary nor an overly emotional narration of a poor man’s woes. Ashraf, the protagonist leads the story into the nether regions of Delhi’s Sadar Bazaar. The illegal [...]

FREAKONOMICS: A treasure grove for the curious

Incentives – the heart and hearth of economics The book written by Steven Levitt in collaboration with Stephen Dubner beautifully unravels the simplicity of economics and how incentives make the world go round. Levitt, in a very subtle way, enriches the reader with how incentives shape individual lives, functioning of gangs and administration of a [...]