Vivek Kaul is a writer who has worked at senior positions with the Daily News and Analysis(DNA) and The Economic Times, in the past. He is the author of the Easy Money trilogy. Easy Money: The Greatest Ponzi Scheme Ever and How It Is Set to Destroy the Global Financial System , the latest book in the trilogy  has just been published.
The first two books in the trilogy were published in November 2013 and July 2014 respectively. Both the books were bestsellers on Amazon.com and Amazon.in.
Currently he works as an economic commentator and writes regular columns for 
www.firstpost.com. He is also the India editor of The Daily Reckoning newsletter published by www.equitymaster.com.
His writing has appeared across various other publications in India. These include 
The Times of IndiaBusiness Standard,Business Today, Business World, The Hindu, The Hindu Business Line, Indian Management, The Asian Age, Deccan Chronicle, Forbes India, Mutual Fund Insight, The Free Press Journal, Quartz.com, DailyO.in, Business World, Huffington Post and Wealth Insight. In the past he has also been a regular columnist for www.rediff.com.
He has lectured at IIM Bangalore, IIM Indore, TA PAI Institute of Management and the Alliance University (Bangalore). He has also taught a course titled 
Indian Economy to the PGPMX batch of IIM Indore. His areas of interest are the intersection between politics and economics, the international financial crisis, personal finance, marketing and branding, and anything to do with cinema and music.


5 Responses to About

  1. Hello Sir. I am a reader of your blog and have always been looking for the new entries. it’s been two years since i started reading your articles. In your writings you have been kind enough to share your journey to present since your MBA. Somehow i am inspired by your experience. I have been writing blogs for 2-3 years now. Sir, if possible you can share your journey in continuity since your MBA. Like you joining and then left the job. After that Crossword time etc. I would love to know after that how you got into journalism and then initially full time journo and then as now.
    Thank You Sir

  2. Krishnan P S says:

    Dear Vivek

    I have been reading about your posts on Real Estate through the last year. I agree with your views that RE is extremely overpriced across all markets and we need to see a significant dip in prices. The new RE Bill though a decent start has ducked several RE reforms. The most striking miss is on the way builders cheat on the super built up area, when the actual carpet areas for most projects are shrinking are falling under 60%. Consumer education is also key here. More than 95% of the home buyers are gullible and fall for the common amenities

    The regulation should also cover what constitutes carpet, built up and super built up area and pricing should be based on carpet or built up areas with additional amenities and areas that goes into super built up priced differently

    You should write about this Vivek.


    Krishnan P S

  3. Dear sir would you like to teach a course on indian political economy at NUJS kolkata?

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