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What Role Does Human Behaviour Play in Corporate Frauds?

Like the rest of the world, corporate frauds in India have been exacting a devastating toll on the economy, and resulting in the loss of livelihoods. Crises in Jet Airways, Crompton Greaves, and Fortis–Religare are a few among the multitude of corporate downfalls in the recent years. Although regulatory and compliance mechanisms are important to keep a tab on the corporate world, there is a need to look at the human element, the persons who are responsible for such fraudulent behaviour, by bringing in a behavioural approach.

Ideologies and Their Impact on Higher Education

As universities across the country face tumultuous times, it is pertinent to take note of a new rhetoric around these driven by ideology. Public universities of a good standing and long history are increasingly being targeted as spaces harbouring “seditious activities.” Privatisation in higher education is making new inroads, and exacerbating coercive inequality among the youth of the country. It is to be examined if this is a manifestation of the dominant right-wing ideology.
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