‘Funny and Disturbing’

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I recently read Aman Sethi’s A Free Man. Insightful, humorous, and disturbing, this work of non-fiction is the story of millions of invisible men that that toil around us everyday, building our cities (and breaking them down when asked to), preparing our meat, selling us lemons… Aman Sethi explores not just the mazdoor, but the […]

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Atonement: Indian Microfinance Looks Inward — My article in this week’s Sunday Guardian

I recently gave my two cents on the microfinance industry in India, with reference to Microfinance India: State of the Sector Report 2012 and The Social Performance Report 2012 released by ACCESS Development Services. The piece is the cover story for The Sunday Guardian to be published tomorrow: Atonement: Indian Microfinance Looks Inward “The good stories of ‘Doing Good and […]

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