Martin Nowak and the mathematics of cooperation

Mathematical biologist Martin Nowak talks to us about the evolution of cooperation. Cooperation is a puzzle for biologists because it doesn’t make obvious evolutionary sense. In cooperation, the donor pays a cost and the recipient gets a benefit, as measured in terms of reproductive success. That reproduction can be either cultural or biological and . . . → Read More: Martin Nowak and the mathematics of cooperation

Roger Wiegand: Gold Rally Only Beginning

As the global economy remains in turmoil, Trader Tracks Editor Roger Wiegand finds ways to avoid the hazards he sees ahead and profit from opportunities in precious metals, commodities, currencies and resource stocks. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Roger shares some names to help investors do the same. And, despite . . . → Read More: Roger Wiegand: Gold Rally Only Beginning

India's privatisation problem

When the UPA came to power, the word privatisation was buried, partly out of deference for the communist parties which were supporting the UPA. The sale of shares did revive after the UPA-2 commenced [history].

On a global scale, the experience with firms like British Airways and AlItalia has done a lot to persuade . . . → Read More: India’s Privatisation Problem