Tweets that were especially informative for me, and hopefully for you as well!
I’ve been working in Indonesia since 2014 & from talking to people, I’m convinced it’s among the most under-appreciated countries in terms of size & importance. Here’s an attempt to convince you there’s much more going on: pic.twitter.com/VZ40OpAASo
— manvir singh (@mnvrsngh) January 18, 2020
Today, my grandfathers attendant (in his early 20s) came to me to asking why @Flipkart was only allowing him use @Paytm to make a purchase.
I asked him to show me his phone and what followed really blew my mind…
— kartic rakhra ⛓️ (@karticrakhra) January 19, 2020
How to make a conference/event more useful? Great thread on "intellligent design" of a conference: better nametags, cutting down wasted time at the beginning and end of each talk/panel, and maximizing useful times. https://t.co/30dJMOVVTF
— Navin Kabra (@ngkabra) January 20, 2020
Thread on the India chapter in *The Narrow Corridor* by Acemoglu and Robinson, which focuses on caste 1/nhttps://t.co/Iy2r98Xl0E
— Arpit Gupta (@arpitrage) January 20, 2020
This is a long thread on the analytical structure of the inflation targeting regime in India. The tweets below are based on the Quarterly Projection Model of the RBI. The aim is not to get into a debate on inflation targeting but correct some of the misconceptions on Twitter.
— Niranjan Rajadhyaksha (@CafeEconomics) January 17, 2020