Random Thoughts: La vita è bella

What is it that we learn in our childhood and teenage age at school? alphabets, numbers, equations, theory of something … But how much of it is relevant when we step into real life? Ever wondered, what is this system meant to produce? An unlimited supply of skilled and unskilled labour that can easily fit into the labyrinth of…

Is doing a PhD a waste of time?

I found this interesting survey from the Economist Magazine …   The Economist Asks Is doing a PhD a waste of time? In most countries a PhD is a basic requirement for a career in academia. It is an introduction to the world of independent research—a kind of intellectual masterpiece, created by an apprentice in close…

The living legend of Coase Theorem

  Prof. Ronald Coase was still very sharp and funny at his age “strange experience for me giving a coase lecture…actually any lecture i give is a coase lecture”… ;))           So, why is this man so important? it’s because, he made some major contributions to the field of economics. He initiated the theorizing on why companies exist….

My Passion for Fashion Art: List of Remarkable Fashion Image Makers

My top 5 list of world’s remarkable image fashion makers. Their works catch my attention. I absolutely love how powerful the photographs style from these five are, not to mention the passion they had for fashion, they have a great eye on it.  Tim Walker especially had an impact on my work. I always love his choices for colour harmony. Other photographers are…

Womenomics*

Comment : ….”Judging people as individuals rather than as representatives of groups is both morally right and good for business.”This is the only bit of information worth keeping from the whole article. Sure, stereotypes may be “easier,” but it’s the individual humanness of each of us – regardless of gender, race, etc. – that defines…