Tony Cookson: How similar are the markets for textbooks and drugs?
Charlie Stross: What Amazon's E-Book Strategy Means.
Mihir Sharma: Our Creamy Layer.
India is the most elitist, exclusive, unequal and stratified country in the world, and we don’t even know it. The Indian elite – which smugly calls itself the “middle class”, since it alone benchmarks itself globally – has constructed walls of privilege for itself that are all the more powerful for being invisible to many eyes. And if not invisible, then concealed behind other words — “culture” and “merit”, for example.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Posted by Abi. Posted at 5:56 PM