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Dr. Abdey On Academic Direction by LSE For the International Programmes Offered At ISBF

Dr. Abdey On Academic Direction by LSE For the International Programmes Offered At ISBF

Posted on October 23, 2018 by Dr. Abdey  | Academics | Blog

Dr. James Abdey is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer in Statistics having gained his PhD in 2010 from LSE, he teaches undergraduate courses in mathematical statistics and quantitative methods, as well as elective courses in market research.
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Dr. Abdey On How The LSE Curriculum Gives Students An Edge

Dr. Abdey On How The LSE Curriculum Gives Students An Edge

Posted on October 23, 2018 by Dr. James Abdey  | Academics | Blog

Dr. James Abdey is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer in Statistics having gained his PhD in 2010 from LSE, he teaches undergraduate courses in mathematical statistics and quantitative methods, as well as elective courses in market research.
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The Future of Higher Education and Employment: A Study in Unpredictability

The Future of Higher Education and Employment: A Study in Unpredictability

Posted on October 6, 2018 by Saurav Jain  | Blog | Events

I had the privilege to sit in the same room as Mr. Francisco Marmolejo, the Global Leader of Tertiary Education (World Bank) as did many of my batch mates, here at ISBF. Anything I say would not be enough to capture the essence of this man, who has seen it all.
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A Student’s Guide to Know Everything about a Degree in Business Management

A Student’s Guide to Know Everything about a Degree in Business Management

Posted on September 24, 2018 by Stuti Sharma  | Academics | Blog

The world is surrounded by 10,000+ brands; how they come into existence, survive and eventually flourish is great mechanics in itself. There is an ethos that one creates, the products that one offers, the business ethics that one adopts, and the customer services that one provides, amidst other things.
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Prof. Paul Kelly, LSE, Visits ISBF for Graduation Day 2018

Prof. Paul Kelly, LSE, Visits ISBF for Graduation Day 2018

Posted on September 14, 2018 by Prof. Paul Kelly  | Academics | Blog

During his recent visit to the ISBF campus, Professor Paul Kelly, Pro-Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), awarded degrees and certificates to students at the IXth Graduation Day Ceremony 2018.
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Prof. Paul Kelly on LSE and ISBF

Prof. Paul Kelly on LSE and ISBF

Posted on August 24, 2018 by Prof. Paul Kelly  | Academics | Blog

Prof. Paul Kelly talks about the relationship Indian School of Business & Finance (ISBF) has with The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the many benefits that the students enjoy sitting in the comforts of their home country, India. He explains how the programmes taught to students at ISBF are designed, examined and assessed by the LSE. Maintaining the same standards as at LSE, ISBF too abides by the former’s motto, rerum cognoscere causas, translating to ‘to know the causes of things’.
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BSc Business Management and Sharkonomics 101

BSc Business Management and Sharkonomics 101

Posted on August 17, 2018 by Aakanksha Reddy Balguri  | Academics | Blog

A degree in business management is highly rewarding. Business management is an multifaceted programme that encompasses areas such as economics, finance, accounts, marketing, human resources, operations and supply chain management, to name just a few.
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The A-Z of ‘Bachelor of Business Management’

The A-Z of ‘Bachelor of Business Management’

Posted on August 3, 2018 by Admin  | Academics | Blog

A career in Business Management is much more than the basic Microsoft PowerPoint skills, grey suit, black briefcase and meetings with a whiteboard.
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An (admittedly naïve) answer to the Bitcoin Bubble

An (admittedly naïve) answer to the Bitcoin Bubble

Posted on July 20, 2018 by Siddharth Jamad  | Academics | Blog

The most important economic event in history—that is, if there is such a thing—is The Great Depression. The economic collapse of the 1930s, in challenging the monetarist assumption that markets are self-correcting, necessitated an economic institution that supervised and managed crises.
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Cryptocurrencies- tech era

Cryptocurrencies- tech era

Posted on July 19, 2018 by Sneha Saravanan  | Academics | Blog

Bitcoin Billionaires, Bitcoin will soon be legal in India, RBI asks banks not to allow buying cryptocurrency.
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Career Prospects after Economics (Hons) from University of London

Career Prospects after Economics (Hons) from University of London

Posted on June 27, 2018 by Ms. Stuti Sharma  | Academics | Blog

The advent of globalisation has brought about effective growth in economies. Naturally, this opens up a gamut of job opportunities
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5 Reasons to Study Bachelor’s of Business Management

5 Reasons to Study Bachelor’s of Business Management

Posted on June 21, 2018 by Ms. Stuti Sharma  | Academics | Blog

The skill set that comes with studying Business Management can lead to a lucrative career, both in terms of the number of gateways that it provides, and the monetary returns it can generate.
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Choosing the Right Economics Degree – BSc Economics or BA (Hons) Economics?

Choosing the Right Economics Degree – BSc Economics or BA (Hons) Economics?

Posted on June 19, 2018 by Mohika Mudgal  | Academics | Blog

Today, Economics is easily one of the best programmes one can choose for graduation. It is offered by hundreds of universities the world over. In studying human behaviour and its implications for society at various levels micro and macro it explores issues ranging from demand-supply, price-setting, elasticity, cost and production to inflation, economic growth, development, poverty, unemployment and inequality.
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Basic Economics and How We Live It-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Basic Economics and How We Live It-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Posted on June 19, 2018 by Navni Kothari  | Blog | Events | Media

This isn't one of those articles about the applications of rocket science concepts that prove economics to be an important science. This is just a link between those small things all of us know, or at least pretend to know, but choose to ignore.
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Studying Sociology as a Subject in a Management Degree?-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Studying Sociology as a Subject in a Management Degree?-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Posted on June 19, 2018 by Prof. Aryapriya Ganguli  | Blog | Teaching

LSE's motto is rerum cognoscere extent to which Sociology lies at the and also how causes which means 'to know the very core of the trio of business, they relate to their peers and subalcauses of things'.
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Campus Life at ISBF

Campus Life at ISBF

Posted on June 19, 2018 by Mohika Mudgal  | Academics | Blog

What was that saying again? All good things come in small packages! Well, the Indian School of Business and Finance is a leading case for this point. It was brought to being with the concept of imparting beyond doubt excellent quality education in India. Students at ISBF have spread their wings in all the right places.
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Having an Economics Honours degree, what avenues branch out for me in the future?

Having an Economics Honours degree, what avenues branch out for me in the future?

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Sravan Pallapothu  | Academics | Blog

It is likely that one would sputter in utter disbelief if they were to ever come across the aforementioned quote; because something that is so inherently self-explanatory posits absolutely no information with regard to what economics can enable one to do.
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MY VIEW. MY TAKE.-CHETAN BHAGAT REVOLUTION 2020-LOVE.CORRUPTION.AMBITION- The ISBF Gazette_Issue V

MY VIEW. MY TAKE.-CHETAN BHAGAT REVOLUTION 2020-LOVE.CORRUPTION.AMBITION- The ISBF Gazette_Issue V

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Madhav Khemka  | Blog | Media

Chetan Bhagat’s latest novel is not, as the title suggests, about a revolution. It’s the story of a love triangle, set in the time of engineering entrance exams in Varanasi.
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ISBF: An LSE Education in India

ISBF: An LSE Education in India

Posted on May 14, 2018 by Editor's Voyage  | Academics | Blog

Having been founded with the objective of bringing international standards of education to the Indian subcontinent, Indian School of Business & Finance has come a long way since its establishment in 2006.
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The First Monetary Policy Committee: A Summary

The First Monetary Policy Committee: A Summary

Posted on April 15, 2018 by Shalini Singh  | Academics | Blog

The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday, 4th April 2018 through their Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2018-19 announced that RBI will maintain the neutral stance for the fourth time. The report indicated RBI’s status quo attitude by keeping the repo rate “unchanged” at 6%, the reverse repo rate at 5.75 % and the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate at 6.25 per cent to achieve the medium-term target for Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation of 4% within a band of +/- 2%. The Policy is a pleasing revelation for the market.
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