Tag: economics

  • A fortress of regulations

    A fortress of regulations

    For the past 6 months or so, I have been involved in building up a fintech based business. You might have seen me post about real estate and how the young Indian workforce needs help to own a house. This organization is HomeCapital which provides home down payment assistance for first time home buyers. In […]

  • Game Theory in Dating, more towards understanding Nash’s Equilibrium

    Game Theory in Dating, more towards understanding Nash’s Equilibrium

    Game Theory is a fascinating subject. Especially when you take it out of theoretical economics and start applying it to human collectives. I had written about applying Game Theory to SEO, a competitive field, where the more important point was to have a strategy and keep evolving instead of having a static winning strategy. Game […]

  • Game Theory and SEO

    Game Theory and SEO

    This blog has been my place to articulate my thoughts, to propose experiments and my views on multiple topics. Having said that, this is one such piece. I would love to hear your views about this and feel free to scroll down to that comment box and leave a line (or two). What is Game […]

  • Price of information

    Rajat Gupta, the head honcho who was caught in the scam with Rajaratnam, the fund manager of Galleon. Little do we realize what was his crime … his crime was to provide information that he was privy to, to the hedge fund manager. In a world where markets are made on information asymmetry, the price […]