Psychology, Behavioral & Qualitative Analysis

Recap 2021

First posted under Insights, needs to elaborated with an educational video. This is a special feature on 2021, kickstarts the first podcast on Social Impact Update from The middle Road. Do refer to the add on educational publication following this podcast. This is going to be a regular feature from The middle Road. Note: GERD figures are in PPP$ (constant

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Special on Theory of Change with Dr. Helene Clark

Theory of change is a dynamic, critical thinking process, it makes the initiative clear and transparent – it underpins strategic planning. It is developed in a participatory way over time, following a logical structure that is rigorous and specific, and that can meet a quality test by the stakeholder. The terminology is not important, it is about buying into the

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Episode 20: Alfredo Quarto, Program & Policy Director/ Co-founder of Mangrove Action Project (MAP)

               “Human Nature Needs Nature” Alfredo Quarto   In this episode, Nishant Malhotra, Sole Founder of The middle Road platform has an animated chat with Alfredo Quarto, Program & Policy Director/ Co-founder of Mangrove Action Project (MAP), a thought leader US-based nonprofit enabling social change and impact by conserving, and restoring our world’s mangrove forests. Mangrove Action Project is educating coastal

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Episode 4: Prof Thomas Finholt, Dean School of Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

In this mini-podcast, Nishant Malhotra has a riveting conversation with Prof Thomas Finholt, Dean of Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor for Episode 4 on The Middle Road. We chat about e-Privacy laws in the US and Europe and ethics in social computing. He has a doctorate in social and decision sciences from Carnegie Mellon University.  

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Digital Cooperation Step Forward

Best way to fight this rising malice in artificial intelligence is to get the best kick-ass team of hackers, get them in one place and code pathways to nullify the evils of deep fake and alike. The United Nations nudge for Digital Cooperation signifies the growing importance and role of digital interconnections between economies. This publication looks at how best to leverage digital

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SEDA, Wellbeing and Social Equality

  Boston Consulting Group’s Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA) inspired by leading economists such as Amartya Sen, Michael Spence, and Joseph Stiglitz lays a foundation of measuring economic and socio-economic developments of countries. Further, it aids in peer comparison to benchmark global best business practices. SEDA is a step forward in understanding how wealth creation is translating into well-being and

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Catalytic Philanthropy: The Project Meth

The article on Catalytic Philanthropy by Mark R. Kramer inspired this piece. Thomas Siebel foresight, tenacity, and wisdom are instrumental in bringing about a paramount change in the lives of substance abuse in the United States, especially teenagers. The article is dedicated to youth around the world, especially in America, to Thomas Siebel for his wisdom and compassion for identifying

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US Equity Markets, Technology, Innovation and Wage Growth: Part 1

  Benjamin Franklin ” Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Founding Father United States of America VIX Index also known as fear index reflects the market sentiment in a country. A higher value of VIX shows a high probability of uncertainty in the market usually reflected during crisis. Higher the

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Curious Case of Guns in America: A Quantitative Analysis

  According to CNN, America’s population accounts to only 5 percent of the world population but owns 50 percent of the Guns on Earth. United States has  a population of around 300 million and has roughly about the same number of weapons.   Deaths of Americans in War Revolutionary War 4435 War of 1812 2260 Mexican War 13283 Civil War (Union and

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