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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us Attempts to explain Indianness of people living in India using game theorybehavioural economics Every sentence feeling complaint is VERY relatab

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us Firstly this is not about games but game theory The author uses game theory to explain why Indians lack civic sense and he does a good job of it for beginners atleast Have read a bit about game theory earlier in “The Selfish Gene” by Dawkins and we all know the problems of and in India What about solutions that work ?

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    Review ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × V. Raghunathan Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us An Indian take on game theory Interesting theory pedantic

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us Review ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × V. Raghunathan one word about this book ' Enlightening' I was a little bit not so sure how one can do the job explaining why IndiaIndians are this way Why do we have filthy citieschaotic traffic where everyone flouts the rules etcThis book explains using Game theory how we are ruining ourselves by thinking selfishly don't ge

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us Having studied game theory in my first term of MBA made this book an exciting read V Raghunathan has done a uiet detailed research on the reasons of Indians breaking rules though I must say the author at times takes a very defensive stance about his views not being the only right view which again is a sign of modesty as well as badgering off any possible controversies I admired how he connected Gita with game theory An

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us Raghunathan talks about 'How We Are' than 'Why We Are the Way We Are' His usage of Game theory to explain the benefit of mutual cooperation at a

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us I had this book with me for uite some time but always postponed reading it I was under the wrong impression it will talk about office politics NO This book is not just about office politics but about us Indians and why are we very selfish in a group and rarely think of group's benefit which can maximise satisfac

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    Online Read Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are – healthymealss.us V. Raghunathan × 2 Review Interesting analysis of the psychology of the contemporary Indian Must read for anyone trying to understand Indian society It also tells us why the utility maximizing mentality of Indians may not be all that good in the long run both for individual and the nation Also helps us understand why many Western societies which ar

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Games Indians Play ; Why We Are the Way We Are

Review ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × V. Raghunathan

Many issues in the book nevertheless this is a wonderful book kudos to the author i really feel enlightened by reading this book Firstly this is not about games but game theory The author ses game theory to explain why Indians lack civic sense and he does a good job of it for beginners atleast Have read a bit about game theory earlier in The Selfish Gene by Dawkins and we all know the problems of and in India What about solutions that work a big bore my total waste I had this book with me for Not Our Kind uite some time but always postponed reading it I wasnder the wrong impression it will talk about office politics NO This book is not just about office politics but about s Indians and why are we very selfish in a group and rarely think of group s benefit which can maximise satisfaction for all Author has explained this with the help of Game Theory and prisoner s dilemma that s where the name comes from I could really identify with break the eue at any cost and really identify with break the eue at any cost and the first opportunity syndrome Now I am trying to see Lose Lose games we all try to play in our day to day public life Having studied game theory in my first term of MBA made this book an exciting read V Raghunathan has my first term of MBA made this book an exciting read V Raghunathan has a iet detailed research on the reasons of Indians breaking rules though I must say the author at times takes a very defensive stance about his views not being the only right view which again is a sign of modesty as well as badgering off any possible controversies I admired how he connected Gita with game theory Any Indian can connect with the examples author has given in this book about rule breaking that takes place publicly I remembered times when I had broken rules very casually not even feeling wrong about it Author has kept the language very simple making numbers appear as minimally possible Overall this book a concoction of logic satire irony *CRITIC AND TRADITIONS IS AN ORGASMIC READ FOR ANY * and traditions is an orgasmic read for any An Indian take on game theory Interesting theory pedantic Attempts to explain Indianness of people living in India Roped Into Romance (www.gIRL-gEAR using game theorybehavioural economics Every sentence feeling complaint is VERY relatable as someone who grewp in India Was a good engaging readAlthough I must add that it does serve as a little depressing reminder of our state of affairs and if you. Hy we are the way we are He puts Quebrando Regras (Os Westmorelands under the scanner our attitudes towards rationality and irrationality selflessness and selfishness competition and cooperation and collaboration and deception Drawing examples from the way we behave in day to day situations Games Indians Play tries to sho. Interesting analysis of the psychology of the contemporary Indian Must read for anyone trying tonderstand Indian society It also tells Reclaim Me (McCoy Raven Brothers us why thetility maximizing mentality of Indians may not be all that good in the long run both for individual and the nation Also helps s nderstand why many Western societies which are not culturally modest like Moon Over Water (Deliverance Company, us still managed to developickly by maintaining some basic standards This is all explained with the help of Game TheoryThe first step to nderstand any problem is accepting then dissecting it
VRAGHUNATHAN DOES THE DISSECTION SPLENDIDLY NOW 
does the dissection splendidly now is p to Her Brooding Italian Surgeon us to accept the way we are and take steps to fix ourselves Raghunathan talks about How We Are than Why We Are the Way We Are Hissage of Game theory to explain the benefit of mutual cooperation at all times to be better than defecting on someonesomething is good Also good is the concept of Tit for Tat which tells one to never *Be The First To Defect On Someone But Give It * the first to defect on someone but give it to them if they defect on you and hold no personal grudges against them so that you can cooperate with each other the next time on after you defect on him for his defecting on you for mutual benefit This reminds me of India s stand on Nuclear Weapons Usage Policy where we chose the path of not the ones to start one word about this book Enlightening I was a little bit not so sure how one can do the job explaining why IndiaIndians are this way Why do we have filthy citieschaotic traffic where everyone flouts the rules etcThis book explains sing Game theory how we are ruining ourselves by thinking selfishly don t get me wrong this is not a preachy book which preaches you to act noble nothis book clearly shows how a small change in how we behave can make a whole lot difference There is a part in which author explains the basic difference between way Indians think and the way their counterparts in the western in which author explains the basic difference between way Indians think and the way their counterparts in the western I always attributed our lack of hygiene and disregard for rules to the poverty that existsexisted hereBut clearly i was wrong rich and poor act alike in India when it comes to doing something for common good which reminds me money cannot by class Only negative point about this book i felt was that the book could have been a little bit longer The author could have included. In a rare attempt to nderstand the Indianness of Indians among the most intelligent people in the world but also to a dispassionate eye perhaps the most baffling V Raghunathan ses the props of game theory and behavioural economics to provide an insight into the difficult conundrum of ,

Are someone who thinks that writing negative is harmful to India image let save you some money don t buy it s not for you This paragraph from the book sums p t buy it s not for you This paragraph from the book sums The Soldiers Mission (Secret Agent Series, up author s central argument When I jump aeue or a red light or throw that garbage on the sidewalk I am taking a rational sueal decision since it seems to get me ahead of others or make life easier for me Here I am being privately smartBut then as others are no less rational intelligent and smart they too start suealing for the same reason and before we know it we have The Ranchers Surprise Marriage unruly traffic filthy streets and stinkingrinals So collectively we are all worse off just as the two prisoners in the dilemmaHow could I resist a book that supposedly combines game theory and behavioural economics The trouble is I admit I had expectations the book has neither prodigious extrapolation on game theory over daily behaviour nor the level of insight and analysis that a Malcolm Gladwell gives The Ancient Central Andes us It endsp as a lesson on the Prisoner s Dilemma and a set of related observations of what we do as a society with superficial analyses on the causes and the results and no real experiments or researchSomething that could have been done without is the way the author keeps repeating the entire set of explanations for every single case he takes He could have also cut back a few times on hackneyed statements of how intelligent a class of people we Indians are because 1 we re good at math and 2 how innovative we are at finding loopholes or bypassing systems The thing is math in India is often than not not related to intelligence it s just a well practised art like language cooking or blogging is The second part also has nothing to do with intelligence and is but an example of the basis of transactional interaction a la Games People PlayStill a very good book mind you Just that my expectations ran away with me what with the author being one of the better known academicians and all I d not be lying if I said I d not have been disappointed if the book had been marketed as just something with the author s thoughts and ideas and not with the sort of research analysis that a Malcolm Gladwell gives Lover Extraordinaire (Extraordinaire, us A must read for most simply because being educated doesn t necessarily translate to emotional and social intelligence. W how in the long run each one ofs whether businessmen politicians bureaucrats or just plain s stand to profit if we were to assume a little self regulation give fairness a chance and strive to cooperate and collaborate a little even if self interests were to be our main driving force. ,