Individual articles at The Economist are written anonymously, with no bylines, in order for the paper to speak as one collective voice. For more information on The Economist's no-bylines policy, read here. The following are my articles, which have been published in print, online, and mobile.
- Peer-to-peer lending- Created to democratize credit, P2P lenders are going after big money
- Cybersickness- Virtual reality continues to make people sick. Will the technology ever take off?
- One size fits men-- Silicon Valley is bad at making products for women. That's a missed opportunity.
- Power shutdown-- Why California can't quit PG&E
- Egghead hunting- How Silicon Valley woos Stanford students
- Shroom to grow- Investors hope psychedelics are the new cannabis. Are they high?
- Human-machine interface- Data-labelling startups want to help improve corporate AI
- Running on empty- As cars ditch fossil fuels, how can governments tax motorists?
- Juicy market for lemons- Can you buy a good second-hand car?
- Trick or treat- Quadruple witching day
- Up in smoke- Energy companies are divided over a plan to scrap methane-emission rules
- Turbulence ahead- America's jobs report
- The Economist, The Intelligence Podcast - On biased product design in Silicon Valley (2019)
- The Economist, The Intelligence Podcast- On the burgeoning business of therapeutic psychedelics (2019)
- The Economist, Babbage- On virtual reality and whether the technology will ever take off (2019)
- The Economist, Videos- Narrated video regarding poverty levels in America (2019)
- The Economist, Videos- Video based on my article on therapeutic psychedelics (2020)
- Unconventional Paths into Venture: An interview with Deena Shakir, Partner at Lux Capital (2020)
- Enterprising Founders: Cailin Hardell, CEO & Co-founder of Segmed AI (2020)
- Q&A With Sarah Frier, Author of No Filter: On Instagram And More (2021)
- What Investors Look for in AI/ML- Evaluating the AI/ML market
- Growing Applications of Synthetic Data- Understanding the emergence of synthetic data
- Why Sierra Ventures invested in Speedscale- Speedscale is an API automation testing company
- StartX Demo Day- StartX Demo Day serves as opportunity for startups
- California's Common Core- Talking Common Core Standards with Michael Kirst
Stanford Honors in the Arts
- Small Talk- Small Talk is a novella about an Indian-American family based out of New York City during the 2007-2009 Recession. Told from varying viewpoints and interspersed with flashbacks, Small Talk provides an account of each family member's unique perspective, giving a multifaceted view into the family's financial struggles and their resilience through the crisis.