How We Buy

Ranjan Banerjee

Why we savour as much as monitor our family experience at large-format outlets. And why we are not ready to dump our cornerstore kiranawala

The Imperfect Investor

Spare a moment to recognise and think about your cognitive biases and other behavioural quirks, and you might just make a lot more money

It’s Animal Spirits, Silly

Keynes’ big idea was inspired by Indian attitudes towards money. Yet, as India Inc behaves stingy and the economy turns weak, it is dangerous to apply his policies blindly

A Voyeur’s Guide to the Billionaire Experience

A hedonistic celebration of affluence

Box-Office Followers

The danger of reducing movies to money

Got Change?

The logic of currency denominations. And the possible irrelevance of it all

The Savings Shift

Strapped for money, most Indians have sought a risk-return midpoint. It’s quite a mindset shift from the pre-2008 days

Keep It Simple, Silly

A for assets, B for blue-chips, C for cashflows… Going by these guides, personal investment is kid’s play

The Man Who Doesn’t Ask for Money

Money makes him uncomfortable, so Vinod Sreedhar refuses to charge for his workshops. He accepts whatever people want to pay. He trusts the universe to provide for him. Here he is, in his own words

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Filmmaker Oliver Stone demonises the culture of money.


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