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N C Gautam and V Raghavswamy

Published by BSP, Hyderabad (2004)

ISBN 10: 8178000520 ISBN 13: 9788178000527

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About this Item: BSP, Hyderabad, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Land use management practices in India 1. Land use management practices retrospect and prospect/G. Ravi Shankar V. Raghavaswamy and N. C. Gautam. 2. Efficient management of land use keeping in view the ground water aspects/Asis Battacharya. II. Land use dynamics and farming system 3. Land use/land cover change with special reference to India/R. Nagaraja and R. R. Navalgund. 4. Soil fertility management in Andhra Pradesh/ A. Sreenivasa Raju. 5. Irrigability and productivity classification of some typical soils of Bhagalpur district of Bihar and their suitability for land use planning/S.K. Chandra and V. N. Singh. 6. Effect of forest leaf litter and litter compost on soil properties and growth and yield of Chilli in Laterite soils of Konkan region/K. N. Chavan S.S. Magar and D. K. Umap. III. Land use database generation and management 7. National (natural) resources information system (NRIS)/A. R. Das Gupta and R. K. Goel. 8. Remote sensing sensors and their applications with special reference to land use studies/A. S. Manjunath. 9. Remote sensing & GIS for land use/ land cover data generation at national Level An Indian experience/R Nagaraja G Ravi Shankar Manoj Raj Saxena and Rajiv Kumar and B Shyamsunder. 10. Statistical methods in land use data an analysis/Saroja Rama Rao and J. Siva Ram. IV. Land Use/Land cover and environmental issues 11. An understanding of land use/land cover with particular reference to forests in India/J.K. Rawat. 12. Geoinformatics for biodiversity assessment/MSR Murthy. 13. Disaster management and mitigation using Satellite remote sensing a few case studies/V Bhanumurthy. 14. Management of land resources in Behal Singham area Bhiwani District Haryana for Eco Development/K E Mothi Kumar M L Manchanda and G Behera. V. Land Degradation and Land use Models 15. Remote sensing for soils and land degradation/L. Venkataratnam and T. Ravisankar. 16. Land degradation status in India/S. N. Das. 17. Drivers of land degradation in Uttar Pradesh Past present and future/A N Singh. 18. Role of high resolution remotely sensed data in micro level planning/P V S P Prasada Raju/Sujata Ghosh and J. Saibabu. VI. Watershed management and sustainable agriculture 19. Delineation of watershed for land and water resource planning and development/N.C. Gautam V. Raghavswamy R. Nagaraja G. Ravi Shankar and P. Rama Mohan. 20. Integrated watershed management in dry land tracts/Y. S. Ramakrishna K. D. Sharma and P K Mishra. 21. Production systems approach in watershed management using remote sensing techniques a case study/B R M Rao. VII. Urban land use planning and land management 22. Urban land use planning and land management using remote sensing and GIS/V Raghavswamy. 23. Satellite based urban land use maps for Hyderabad metropolitan area The January 2003 draft master plan for Hyderabad seeking better public participation/S. P. Shorey and V. Raghavswamy. 24. Scenic evaluation for recreational land use a study on regional morphoforms in Khammam District Andhra Pradesh/ S. Padmaja and G. Somnath. 25. Behavioral Trends Consumers patterns a study in retail land use activities/S. Padmaja and Mohammed Akther Ali. VIII. Land use policies and strategies 26. Land use policies for the new century an Adaptive cum human ecosystems approach/ K. V. Sundaram 27. Land use planning need and strategies with special reference to Uttar Pradesh/Mridula Singh. 28. A blueprint to modernize land administration procedures in the state of Andhra Pradesh/P V S Madhusudana Rao. 29. Cost effective technology for assessment of land use/L R A Narayan. Land resources in the country are limited and are declining due to increasing population land degradation and land conversions. Today the availability of information on land use/land cover in the form of thematic maps records and statistical figures are inadequate and are not up to date on the changing land use patterns and processes. The National Conference on land use/land cover & Management. Seller Inventory # 51031

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Manoj Shankar Gupta

Published by Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. 476pp. Seller Inventory # 438449

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Manoj Shankar Gupta

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The world is changing into a global village. There is a visible change in multiple forms and from multiple directions. Starting from economic reforms with emphasis on liberalization, privatization and globalization; the world has witnessed emergence of World Trade Organization (WTO) and its conditionalities which have altered the basic principles of trade, regional groupings, barrier free movements, mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, bi-lateral and multi-lateral agreements, etc. and become the order of the day. The WTO is a multilateral trade body, which puts together the rules for global trade. India, as one of the important members, has played a significant role in the trade negotiations since the WTO came into being. It is believed that the WTO should evolve as a forum not only for free trade but also for fair trade. India is seen as a force to reckon with, as a negotiator having the potential to engage the world on trade issues and be seen as a major economic power. Developing and under-developed countries look upon India for support, advice and guidance. The evolution of G-110 demonstrates that India can be the rallying point for the least developing and small economies that continue to be subjected to trade distortions. The book WTO and Indian Economy is a modest attempt to deal with such a debatable subject. It is divided into three sections followed by a glossary of WTO and related terms. About forty-five eminent economists/researchers from different backgrounds have contributed in this book. The coverage of this book is quite comprehensive; the papers not only study the results of ongoing impact of WTO but also provide futuristic insights too. The scholars have tried to grasp various issues related to WTO in context of agriculture, global market and Indian economy. The book will be of great use to policy makers, public analysts, scholars and students of Economics and Commerce. Printed Pages: 476. Seller Inventory # 45538

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The world is changing into a global village. There is a visible change in multiple forms and from multiple directions. Starting from economic reforms with emphasis on liberalization, privatization and globalization; the world has witnessed emergence of World Trade Organization (WTO) and its conditionalities which have altered the basic principles of trade, regional groupings, barrier free movements, mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, bi-lateral and multi-lateral agreements, etc. and become the order of the day. The WTO is a multilateral trade body, which puts together the rules for global trade. India, as one of the important members, has played a significant role in the trade negotiations since the WTO came into being. It is believed that the WTO should evolve as a forum not only for free trade but also for fair trade. India is seen as a force to reckon with, as a negotiator having the potential to engage the world on trade issues and be seen as a major economic power. Developing and under-developed countries look upon India for support, advice and guidance. The evolution of G-110 demonstrates that India can be the rallying point for the least developing and small economies that continue to be subjected to trade distortions. The book WTO and Indian Economy is a modest attempt to deal with such a debatable subject. It is divided into three sections followed by a glossary of WTO and related terms. About forty-five eminent economists/researchers from different backgrounds have contributed in this book. The coverage of this book is quite comprehensive; the papers not only study the results of ongoing impact of WTO but also provide futuristic insights too. The scholars have tried to grasp various issues related to WTO in context of agriculture, global market and Indian economy. The book will be of great use to policy makers, public analysts, scholars and students of Economics and Commerce. Printed Pages: 476. Seller Inventory # 45538

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Manoj Shankar Gupta

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh and V S Kulkarni

Published by Abhijeet Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8188683760 ISBN 13: 9788188683765

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction/Ravishankar Kumar Singh and V.S. Kulkarni. 2. Foreign Direct Investment with particular reference to India/Usha S. Iyer. 3. FDI in India with special references to North Eastern Region/Prabha Devi and Bobo Maisnam. 4. Foreign Direct Investment and globalisation the Indian experience/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 5. Foreign Direct Investment and globalisation/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 6. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India under globalisation period/Binod Choudhary. 7. Globalisation and Foreign Direct Investment/D.N. Patil. 8. Dynamics of Foreign Direct Investment in India/Ranjan Kumar Sinha and Chandra Prakash Singh. With the advent of continuous economic reforms the economy has recorded average growth rate of around 6% in the last decade. One major reform that has taken place in the area of attracting foreign investment into India via either the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) route or from foreign institutional investors (FIIs). FDI is very stable by nature as it usually enters for long term projects. It also helps to generate employment and bring in the latest technological inventions/advancements. FIIs on the other hand usually help in developing capital markets. Entrepreneurs can tap the capital market by wooing FIIs and can thereby set up new projects or use the funds for expansion etc. However FII investment may not be very stable there can be sudden outflows if capital markets perform adversely or are expected to perform negatively. Even in the South East Asian economic crisis in countries like Thailand and Indonesia it had been the FIIs who had disturbed growth trends by creating sudden outflows of forex reserves thereby resulting in the devaluation of the local currency. The Govt. of India has set for itself the target of achieving $10 billion in FDI inflows per year. As per present guidelines FIIs can invest in shares of Indian companies subject to maximum ceiling to 24% of the issued share capital of a company. Both FDI and FIIs bring in valuable capital and must be encouraged by suitable policy amendments. The Government should consider both as the same while finalising capital expenditure for investment in companies/projects. Yet due to the factors enumerated above FDI is more suitable for a country like India as compared to FIIs as the latter is short term and volatile. Learned contributors in this book seek to explore various aspects of Foreign Direct Investment in country and how it is related to the economic development employment generation infrastructure development and the impact of FDI on a country as a whole. 178 pp. Seller Inventory # 60357

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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi (2001)

ISBN 10: 8124603235 ISBN 13: 9788124603239

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Articles 1. The beginning of agriculture in the Kunderu River basin evidence from Archaeological Survey and Archaeobotany/D.Q. Fuller P.C. Venkatasubbaiah and Ravi Korisetter. 2. Further field studies at the lower palaeolithic site of Isampur Karnataka/K. Paddayya Richa Jhaldiyal and Michael D. Petraglia. 3. Adhwariya a new Palaeolithic site from Kharagpur Hills South Bihar/D.K. Bhattacharya and Manoj Kumar Singh. 4. Mesolithic industry from Bankura a preliminary study/Subrata Chakrabarti and Banani Bhattacharya. 5. River Saraswati in history Archaeology and geology/S.P. Gupta. 6. Harappan remains at Ropar/Y.D. Sharma. 7. Rakhigarhi 1999 2000/Amrendra Nath. 8. Post urban Harappan phase settlements in North Eastern Saurashtra/Kiran Dimri. 9. Excavation at Birchhabili Tila Sikri/D.V. Sharma V.N. Prabhakar A. Pradhan and K.A. Kabui. 10. Further excavation at Ojiyana/B.R. Meena and Alok Tripathi. 11. Bhaitbari excavations a reappraisal/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 12. Cultural ecology of Mauryan India/M.K. Dhavalikar. 13. Archaeological importance of Doiyang Dhansiri Valley of Assam/Hemendranath Dutta. 14. The traditional date of Asoka Maurya archaeological evidences a consideration/A. Sundara. 15. Kushan rock art along the Indus from Leh to Batalik/B.R. Mani. 16. A rare type of Ganesa in the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden/M. Krishna Kumari. 17. The ancient and medieval roof tiles from Karnataka/Rajaram Hegde. 18. Tarati copper plate grant of King Govindacandra of the Gahadavala Dynasty Samvat1173/D.P. Dubey. 19. Studies in Indo Roman Trade to Indian Ocean Archaeology brief review of research/Sunil Gupta. 20. Balu a fortified rural settlement in Haryana/Arun Kesarwani. II. Notes and news 1. Neolithic Celt object of charm for the Nishis of Arunachal Pradesh/Prabasu Sahu. 2. Chandaukha an OCP Site in Aligarh District/Ranjit and Mohd. Abid. 3. Socio economic and religious importance of Maluti Terracotta plaques/Rashmi Sinha. 4. Technological studies of iron implements from Nagara/Ambika Patel. 5. Conservation at Anup Talao Fatehpur Sikri/D.V. Sharma. 6. Gold objects from painted grey ware levels at Jakhera/Ramjit. 7. The enigmatic temple of Boudha Danda/A.K. Singh. 8. Faunal remains from Apegaon District Aurangabad Maharashtra/P.P. Joglekar. 9. Excavation at Sirpur/Ajay Mitra Shastri. III. Archaeological research projects Book reviews 1. B.B. Lal The Sarasvati Flows on the continuity of Indian culture/S.P. Gupta. 2. D.P. Singhal Buddhism in East Asia/Jitu Mishra. 3. M.K. Dhavalikar Historical Archaeology of India/K.S. Ramachandran and Jitu Mishra. 4. H.C. Bhardwaj metallurgy in Indian archaeology/Arun Kesharwani. 5. Kalyan Kumar Chakrabarti and Robert G. Bednarik Indian rock art and its global context/Jitu Mishra. 6. Mohammed Abdul Nayeem Origin of ancient writing in Arabia and new script from Oman/R.P. Sharma. 7. Shashi Prabha Asthana Mathura Kala catalogue of Mathura sculptures in National Museum/B.S. Hari Shankar. 8. Arun Kumar Biswas minerals and metals in pre modern India/B.S. Harishankar. 9. D.P. Dubey (ed.) pilgrimage studies the power of sacred places/B.S. Harishankar. 10. K.D. Bajpai R. Jamindar and P.K. Trivedi (eds.) gleanings on Indian archaeology history and culture/Anuja Geetali. IV. Annual report Report of the XXXIV Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at National Museum New Delhi. Balance Sheet. Office Bearers. Board management. 230 pp. Seller Inventory # 55481

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Amalesh Banerjee

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Macro Aspects 1. Introduction/Amalesh Banerjee. 2. Development of Eastern India/Anupam Gupta. 3. Impact of Mahalanobis strategy on labour use in West Bengal agriculture a spatial and temporal analysis/Tapati Sanyal. 4. Economic reform and the eastern and north eastern states/Amalesh Banerjee. 5. Sixth Schedule and working of the district councils in north eastern states an appraisal/R.N. Prasad. II. Agriculture and food security 6. Growth and diversification of agriculture in Bihar/Ram Bharat Thakur. 7. Need to reform the agricultural sector of Bihar in global era/Baij Nath Singh. 8. Demand supply analysis of food security in rural Orissa/Raj Kishore Panda. 9. Problems of poverty and food insecurity in KBK districts of Orissa/S.N. Tripathy. 10. Growth of agricultural sector in Eastern India since 1980s/Prankrishna Pal. 11. Agricultural credit and indebtedness in Bihar some issues/Mithilesh Kumar Sinha. 12. Rural indebtedness in North East India in the post liberalization period/Apurba Kumar Redhi. III. Industry 13. Agri industries and the north east economy problems and prospects/A.K. Agarwal. 14. Industrial development in Arunachal Pradesh problems and prospects/R.P. Bhattacharjee. 15. Industrialisation in Arunachal Pradesh/Salam Ibamacha. 16. 150 years of Cachar Tea a healthy sector turned sick/Alok Sen. 17. Problems and prospects of tea industry in Assam/Pranay Jyoti Goswami. 18. Prospect of eco tourism in the north east/Sukhendu Mazumder. 19. Financial reforms and the progress of East India Economy/Pranay Kr. Roy Barman. IV. Demography 20. Human resource and its status in North East India/Keya Sengupta. 21. Population growth in Assam/Prabin Baishya. 22. Economic development and demographic transition in Aunachal Pradesh/N.C. Roy. 23. Demographic variables of Arunachal Pradesh and its policy implications/Manish Sharma. 24. Socio economic profile of the Kuki Hill tribes in Loharbund/Swarupa Kar Ruma Paul Devashish Kar. V. Panchayati Raj and woman empowerment 25. Panchayati Raj Institutions in West Bengal cases of effectiveness and limitations/Dilip Kumar Ghosh. 26. Rural women entrepreneurs the case of Kokrajhar District/Sujata Bhadra. 27. Empowerment of women and Panchayati Raj/Umesh Prasad and Archana Kumari. 28. Empowering rural women through micro enterprise development a case study of Bihar/Manoj Kumar Singh. VI. Vision of North East 29. North east vision 2020 and millennium development goals/Amalesh Banerjee. 30. Vision of Nagaland 2020/Mithilesh Kumar Sinha. 31. Mizoram marching towards progress some observations/Shankar Chatterjee. 32. South Assam a study in geo political perspective/Purnendu Kumar. Index. East India economy is an amalgam of the economies of advance state like West Bengal and the backward states like Bihar Orissa and Assam. The north east tribal states are under the sixth schedule of the constitution but are not extraordinary in terms of progress which they should have been. Food insecurity and supply side bottlenecks in Orissa agricultural stagnation in Bihar Assam and some other states are examined. Along with the sick tea industry of Assam the new dimension of industrial progress in Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura are certain fields of upcoming research which are included in the volume. Sustainable high rate of growth of West Bengal economy and the financial repression are also important issues of study. Compared to other regions the east zone economies is on average marching ahead only slowly. The implicit classification of the researches are such Section I deals with the macro aspects of planning models growth and the character of the civil society. Section II attempts to make an incisive analysis of the food security of Orissa and the agricultural progress of Bihar and other states. Section III presents the industrial progress in eastern states and the financial repression of the east zone economy. Section IV gives the demographic transition of the region. Section V upholds t. Seller Inventory # 64669

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Manoj Shankar Gupta

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The world is changing into a global village. There is a visible change in multiple forms and from multiple directions. Starting from economic reforms with emphasis on liberalization, privatization and globalization; the world has witnessed emergence of World Trade Organization (WTO) and its conditionalities which have altered the basic principles of trade, regional groupings, barrier free movements, mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, bi-lateral and multi-lateral agreements, etc. and become the order of the day. The WTO is a multilateral trade body, which puts together the rules for global trade. India, as one of the important members, has played a significant role in the trade negotiations since the WTO came into being. It is believed that the WTO should evolve as a forum not only for free trade but also for fair trade. India is seen as a force to reckon with, as a negotiator having the potential to engage the world on trade issues and be seen as a major economic power. Developing and under-developed countries look upon India for support, advice and guidance. The evolution of G-110 demonstrates that India can be the rallying point for the least developing and small economies that continue to be subjected to trade distortions. The book WTO and Indian Economy is a modest attempt to deal with such a debatable subject. It is divided into three sections followed by a glossary of WTO and related terms. About forty-five eminent economists/researchers from different backgrounds have contributed in this book. The coverage of this book is quite comprehensive; the papers not only study the results of ongoing impact of WTO but also provide futuristic insights too. The scholars have tried to grasp various issues related to WTO in context of agriculture, global market and Indian economy. The book will be of great use to policy makers, public analysts, scholars and students of Economics and Commerce. Printed Pages: 476. Seller Inventory # 45538

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction/Manoj Shankar Gupta. I. WTO and agriculture 1. WTO and India's agricultural trade an empirical analysis/Ramphul. 2. WTO and Indian agriculture/Ashutosh Kumar. 3. Impact of WTO on Indian agricultural exports/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 4. WTO and market access for non agriculture sector/Shamim Akhtar. 5. Indian agriculture better future opportunities under WTO/R.K. Srivastava and Md. Tarique. 6. WTO policy framework's impact on agriculture Indian experience/Shaily Verma. 7. WTO and agriculture Indian case/K.K. Sinha. 8. WTO and Indian agriculture/Syed Eqbal Afzal and Sandhya Rani. 9. WTO Agreement on agriculture and India/Pushpa Sinha and Ratna Mitra. 10. WTO and its impact on Indian agriculture/Alakh Deo Prasad and Vijay Mistry. 11. A comparative study on agricultural reforms and WTO in India and China/Deepak Bishoyi and Santosh Kumar Sahu. 12. Impact of WTO on Indian agricultural trade/B.N. Pandey and N.K. Mishra. 13. Review and potentials of agro products exports of India under WTO regime/Reeta Kumari Bhagat and S.K. Upadhaya. 14. Agri export business and role of banks under WTO regime/Rashmi Akhoury and R.C. Choudhary. 15. WTO some opportunities and challenges to Indian agriculture/Punam. 16. WTO agreement on agriculture opportunities and challenges/R.U. Singh and R.P. Gupta. 17. Experiences on implementation of agreement on agriculture under WTO implications and concerns for India/Lokbardhan Gupta and K.B. Gupta. II. WTO and global market 18. WTO regulations employment and exports from India's IT sector problems and prospects/Vikram Chadha and Neeru Chadha. 19. WTO and information technology/Asha Singh and Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 20. GATS and higher education in India prospects and problems/Talwar Sabanna. 21. WTO GATS and India an overview/Dinesh Kumar Sharma and Vikas Kumar. 22. WTO regime and India global market competitiveness opportunities and challenges/Shakeel Ahmad Khan and Md. Reyazuddin. 23. New Global Scenario and Indian agriculture/Anjali Prasad. III. WTO and Indian economy 24. Some aspects of product patent regime in Indian pharmaceutical industry/Kuldip Kaur and Kushwinder Kaur. 25. WTO some tasks and challenges/Mahesh Chandra Prasad. 26. Impact of WTO on Indian economy/Md. Murshid Alam and Kumkum Jha. 27. WTO and its impact on Indian economy/Krishan Kant Jha and Usa Jha. 28. Impact of WTO on rural development/Mridula Kumari. 29. Indian standard setting institutions and technical barriers to trade/Md. Imteyaz Hassan. Appendix a glossary of WTO and related terms. The world is changing into a global village. There is a visible change in multiple forms from multiple directions. Starting from economic reforms with emphasis on liberalization privatization and globalization the world has witnessed emergence of World Trade Organization (WTO) and its conditionalities which have altered the basic principles of trade regional groupings barrier free movements mergers and acquisitions foreign direct investment bi lateral agreements etc. and become the order of the day. The WTO is a multilateral trade body which puts together the rules for global trade. India as one of the important members has played a significant role in the trade negotiations since the WTO came into being. It is believed that the WTO should evolve as a forum not only for free trade but also for fair trade. India is seen as a force to reckon with as a negotiator having the potential to engage the world on trade issues and be seen as a major economic power. Developing and under developed countries look upon India for support advice and guidance. The evolution of G 110 demonstrates that India can be the rallying point for the least developing and small economies that continue to be subjected to trade distortions. The book WTO and Indian Economy is a modest attempt to deal with such a debatable subject. It is divided into three sections followed by a glossary of WTO and related terms. About forty six eminent economists/researchers fr. Seller Inventory # 64671

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Siddhartha Sarkar and John V Mensah

Published by Arise Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Arise Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. African context 1. Gender differences in small scale firms in Ghana/Rosemond Boohene and Bernice Kotey. 2. Gender energy and poverty nexus in Ghana/Aba Obrumah Odoi Agyarko and Daniel K.B. Inkoom. 3. Analysis of household bargaining theory poverty and gender dynamics in Northern Nigeria/Fatima L. Adamu and John V. Mensah. 4. Best foot forward voice of women for educational reforms in Ghana/Mildred Asmah. 5. Gender inequality and agricultural commercialisation results from a case study in Kenya/Tabitha W. Kiriti Nganga. 6. Women in formal employment and politics analysis of women in decision making positions in Botswana/Lewis B. Dzimbiri and Mary Pendame. 7. Women in local governance for sustainable development in Ghana/John Victor Mensah and Kwabena Barima Antwi. 8. Gender poverty and microfinance in Eritrea/Ravinder Rena and Ghirmai Tesfy. II. Indian context 9. Socio economic consequences of role conflict among working women/Basavaraj S. Benni. 10. Women environment and poverty/Siddartha Sarkar. 11. Technology and women empowerment/K. Muraleedharan. 12. Improving economic status of women through microfinance/Jyotirmayee Kar. 13. Women leadership role of community development programmes/Nirmala Johnson and Dhulasi Birundha. 14. Witchhunting leading to women unsustainability/Arup Kanti Konar. 15. Measuring women empowerment/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 16. Migrants and their families a comparative study of rickshaw pullers and construction workers/Nirupam Gope. Index. The crucial role of gender in rural poverty reduction and sustainable development has recently gained much more attention it deserves in the development arena while rights based approach has initiated in some developing countries recognizes that support to indigenous women's claims to entitlements enhancing their traditional knowledge systems protection of their intellectual property rights and sensitivity to their culture language and cosmogony can assist in mainstreaming their concerns into the development arena on their own terms. It also acknowledges these elements as important to the building of partnerships and the ownership and hence engendering sustainability of development initiatives. This book highlights the concerns of indigenous African and Indian vulnerable people and the challenges they face. 352 pp. Seller Inventory # 71078

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

Published by Abhijeet, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188683647 ISBN 13: 9788188683642

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About this Item: Abhijeet, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction/R.K. Singh. 2. Globalisation and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) the Indian experience/S.M. Jawied Akhtar. 3. Implications of globalisation in India/Kumari Nibha. 4. Globalisation and Foreign Direct Investment/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 5. World economic development and India/J. Bala Komaraiah. 6. An assessment of Indian agriculture under WTO regime/Krishna Nand Yadav. 7. Globalisation of domestic banks in India/Umesh Prasad. 8. Globalization of Indian agriculture challenges and future prospects/P.N. Sharma. 9. India's agricultural exports in the post globalisation period/Anju Kumari. 10. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India under globalisation period/Binod Choudhary. 11. Wage flexibility under globalization era/Navin Kumar. 12. Restructuring world economic order dimensions challenges and opportunities/R. Shashi Kumar. 13. Role of information technology in Indian banking in globalised era/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 14. Globalisation and emerging trends in Sub Saharan Africa a critical observation/S.N. Malakar. Vol. II 15. Globalisation and Indian economy an evaluation from past to present/Baij Nath Singh. 16. Gandhian economics versus globalisation/Birendra Kumar Jha. 17. Globalisation and human development/Dayanidhi Prasad Roy. 18. Globalisation and Indian economy/Ram Binod Singh. 19. Priority sector lending/Gopal Kumar Kalkoti. 20. Towards an appropriate technology for employment creation in India/M.G. Basava Raja. 21. Towards an Asian economic union feasibility and prospects/G.S. Kushwaha and D.R. Singh. 22. Globalisation emerging perspectives/P. Jagadish Gnadhi. 23. Micro enterprises in the era of globalisation a case of KVI sector in India/T.L.N. Swamy. 24. Globalisation a move towards freer trade/Smriti Mukherjee. 25. Globalisation and inequalities in developing economies/Mohd Izhar Ahmad. 26. Globalization and Foreign Direct Investment/D.N. Patil. 27. Globalisation and dynamics of Foreign Direct Investment in India/Ranjan Kumar Sinha and Chandra Prakash Singh. 28. Globalization and its impact on employment a case study of unorganised organised and rural non farm sector in India/Tara Kant Jha. 29. Management of NPAs in RRBs a critical evaluation/K.C. Tomba Singh. 30. Impact of globalisation on Indian economy/Harindra Kishor Mishra. 31. Liberalisation of financial sector in India an evaluation/Nishit Kumar. 32. Women in unorganised sector post reform scenario/Rashmi Akhoury. 33. WTO and India the perspective of developing countries/Ram Naresh Thakur. 34. Globalisation challenges for the developing world in the new millennium/Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay. Index. At the beginning of the 21 century Globalisation a term first used in 1985 by Theodore Levitt has become a household name in all corners of the world. It connotes pervasiveness inclusiveness and sweepingness with epidemic and pandemic implications in international trade and financial relations. It is a new avatar of the 18 century imperialist colonisation and exploitation and the 20 century neo liberal economic fundamentalism. In its global scope and sophisticated operations it is referred to as the new face of liberal capitalism. Globalisation of any economy means its integration with the world economy. More importantly it refers to a process of deepening economic integration increasing economic openness and growing economic interdependence between countries in the world economy. About thirty five eminent economists/scholars from various backgrounds have contributed in this book. The book is divided into two volumes. The coverage of this book is quite comprehensive the papers not only study the results of ongoing globalization but also provide futuristic insights too. The scholars have tried to grasp various issues related with the globalization of world economy and integration of local/national/regional economy. Globalisation of agriculture capital market and labour are the main areas of concern for the economists. The p. Seller Inventory # 56735

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Anil Kumar Thakur and Md Abdus Salam

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176299588 ISBN 13: 9788176299589

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of abbreviations. List of contributors. Introduction. 1. An overall and a comparative analysis of fiscal health of Indian states 1990 91 to 2003 04/Kalpana Singh. 2. Deteriorating fiscal management of states in India remedial measures needed/P.K. Bhargava. 3. Fiscal responsibilities of Indian states/Tushar Kanti Das and Lopamudra Mishra. 4. Contemporary issues in the working of centre state financial relations in India/Janak Raj Gupta. 5. Emerging trends and issues in centre state financial relations/M.P. Goswami. 6. Twelfth Finance Commission and trends of Centre and state finances/Anil Kumar Thakur. 7. Estimation of vertical transfer of resources and non plan revenue deficit of states a comparison with the estimates of Twelfth Finance Commission/Arvind Awasthi. 8. The Twelfth Finance Commission on tax revenue devolution criteria and equity/V. Anbumani and R. Balasubbiramani. 9. Twelfth Finance Commission recommendations and implications/B.M. Joshi. 10. Impact of recommendations of Twelfth Finance Commission/P.L. Sablok and Geetanjali Sharma. 11. Impact of tax revenue on economic growth in view of Twelfth Finance Commission/M. Ramanjaneyulu. 12. Emerging issues in centre state financial relations approach to Twelfth Finance Commission/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 13. Twelfth Finance Commission and tax devolution criteria and equity/P.N. Sharma and Anju Kumari. 14. Fiscal restructuring in less developed states with special reference to Madhya Pradesh an alternative approach to the Twelfth Finance Commission/Shakun Palharya. 15. Controlling states increasing deficits revenue reforms is the answer/Anil Kumar Jain. 16. Twelfth Finance Commission and indebtedness of states/R.Y. Mahore. 17. Unsustainability of the debts of states and Twelfth Finance Commission's proposed debt reduction package/G. Karunakaran Pillai. 18. Restructuring the finances of State Governments in India and Twelfth Finance Commission/V.P. Gupta. 19. Financial liberalisation and government finance theory and Indian evidence/Ram Pratap Sinha. 20. Grants to states and local bodies a case of fiscal imbalance/Mohammad Asif. 21. Restructuring public finances an approach of Twelfth Finance Commission/Manoj Shankar Gupta and Asha Singh. 22. Social and fiscal policy in India at cross road/Arabinda Ghosh. 23. Inter governmental resource transfer and fiscal management reflections from an underdeveloped state in India/Mihir K. Mahapatra. 24. Fiscal reforms and fiscal consolidation in Andhra Pradesh/R. Sudarsana Rao. 25. Restructuring of fiscal health of Indian states and Twelfth Finance Commission/Mohan Pd. Shrivastava N. Sahay and S.P. Singh. 26. Emerging trends and issues in centre state financial relations/Upendra Sharma Chitranjan Ojha and R.N. Singh. Appendix. Index. This book is an offshoot of the Indian Economic Association (IEA) policy of publishing edited volumes from papers contributed to the Indian Economic Association Annual Conferences. The papers included in this volume are those submitted for the 88 Annual Conference of IEA held at Andhra University Vishakhapatanam during 27 29 December 2005. It consists of 26 articles distributed in respective chapters. The constitutional provision of appointment of a Finance Commission (FC) by the President of India periodically to recommend tax sharing between the center and the states and grants in aid to states for a period of five years is a key pillar of Indian federal finance. 524 pp. Seller Inventory # 63157

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R K Uppal and Rimpi Kaur

Published by Mahamaya, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183250270 ISBN 13: 9788183250276

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About this Item: Mahamaya, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Consumer protection through mass awareness policies and strategies in the global age/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Kaur. 2. Economic concerns emerging new competition effective consumer protection policy need of the hour/R.K. Uppal and Harminder Kaur Guliani. 3. Globalization and its impact on consumers challenges ahead/Abha Sethi. 4. Globalization v/s Indian Masses/Aneelika Thind Pooja Virdi and Anu. 5. FMCG's in the consumer's life/Rajwinder Singh Rajinder Kaur Ankush Safaya and Rajkamal Garg. 6. Bottlenecks in consumer redressal mechanism/Anshu Jain. 7. Consumer protection through mass awareness challenges in the new global era/Anupma Shama. 8. Consumerism an opportunity for marketers/B.B. Goyal and G.S. Mattoo. 9. Consumerism in India a study of present level of protection/B.B. Goyal and Neelam Rani. 10. Rural consumer protection through mass movement/B.L. Vaishnaw. 11. Bottlenecks in consumer redressal mechanism/Cheena Gambhir. 12. Consumer protection and students make the next generation aware/Deepika Jain. 13. Consumer education and protection challenges and responses/S.K. Agarwal and Himanshu Agarwal. 14. Consumer Protection Act 1986 a call for consumer awareness/Subhash Chander Sharma and Kanwaldeep Kaur and Shivani Gupta. 15. Customer retention in BSNL a challenge ahead/A.S. Chawla and Labh Singh. 16. Growth and development of pharmaceutical industry in India a study of the patent act/Bhawdeep Singh and Parminder Kaur. 17. Consumer orientation as core competency and undisputed mantra for corporate excellence/B.S. Bodla. 18. Problems of the educated consumers in respect of consumer protection/G.L. Bhong. 19. Consumer protection challenges and responses/Monika Chopra. 20. Cyber crimes and cyber laws in India/Shalini Dubey and Pranjal Bansal. 21. Adoption of new product in advertising era/Upasna Sharma. 22. Globalization new challenges and opportunities for the consumers/Yogita Modi. 23. Globalization new challenges and opportunities for the consumers/Girija Shankar and T.G. Gite. 24. Consumer protection bottlenecks in consumer redressal mechanism/Gursharan Cheema. 25. Bottlenecks in consumer redressal system/Harpreet Singh. 26. India at the crossroads privacy and security laws in India/Inderjit Kaur. 27. Consumer awareness in rural markets a survey/Jasvir Singh. 28. Role that print and electronic media plays in consumer awareness/Manjula Bhalla and Harjot Kaur. 29. Consumer protection act vis a vis medical profession/Manoj Sharma. 30. Consumer awareness a need of the hour/Manoj Sharma and Rupam Jagota. 31. An educated consumer is not necessarily an aware consumer hesitancy aspect of consumer to complain/Marinal Gupta. 32. Role of consumer's cultural and subcultural setting towards its awareness/Nitu Gupta. 33. Consumer awareness and students make the generation aware/Nidhi Gupta. 34. Problem of consumer exploitation in the Indian Society need for spreading consumer awareness and education/Pooja Chugh. 35. Consumer consciousness the need of the hour in the emerging new competition/Poonam Goyal. 36. Consumer protection through mass awareness an educated consumer is not necessarily an aware consumer/Priyanka and Zeenia. 37. Consuming for consumers and protection from NGOs/Puja Kaur and Shalini Dubey. 38. Consumer protection need of the hour in the global age/Rajni Oberoi. 39. Performance evaluation framework for banking sector in India/Rajveer Kaur R.K. Uppal and Maninder Kaur. 40. Globalization new challenges and opportunities/Ranjana Sood. 41. Role of consumer organizations in the protection and promotion of consumer interests/Ruchita. 42. Consumer protection through education challenges and responses in the new millennium/Sapna. 43. Balanced scorecard framework for telecom sector/Sawtantar Singh Pardeep Gupta and Maninder Kaur. 44. Awareness regarding CPA among educated consumers/Shallini S. Taneja. 45. Crisis of consumer protection in the globalized era dynamic role of youth/Swati Setia Ekta and Shilpi. 46. Seller Inventory # 63246

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Anil Kumar Thakur and R N Thakur

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. India's economic reform and its social dimension/Shrawan Kumar Singh. 2. Impact of economic reforms on poverty and workforce structure among social groups with reference to rural India/Kumar Ratnesh and Binay Kumar Singh. 3. Impact of economic reform policies on the Indian economy/R.N. Singh Upendra Sharma and Chitranjan Ojha. 4. Prospects of economic empowerment of tribals through value addition of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) in Jharkhand/B.K. Jha and R.K. Marandi. 5. Economic reforms and status of Dalits/Surendra Prasad Saha and Binod Kumar Chaudhary. 6. Impact of globalization on Dalits/Rashmi Akhoury. 7. Changing pattern of Kamioti system with special reference to Musahar community/Sanjay Kumar and Bipin Prasad Singh. 8. Economic reform and empowerment of women issues options and concerns/Ranju Ranjan Kumari and Krishna Nand Yadav. 9. Empowerment of women in Bihar/Ram Naresh Thakur. 10. The Dalit in India caste and social class/Hari Narayan Prasad Singh. 11. Impact of economic reform policy on weaker sections and Dalits/S.K.L. Das. 12. Problems of child labour under globalisation/Sukhmani Das and Meera Ranjan Lal. 13. Economic reform and child labour/Birendra Kumar Jha. 14. Economic reforms and child labour/Md. Reyazuddin. 15. Impact of reforms on child labour/Pashupati Ray and Shambhu Prasad Sah. 16. Economic reforms and child labour/Umesh Prasad and Binod Choudhary. 17. Reforms and child labour/Jagdish Prasad and Rajesh Kumar. 18. Female child labour and economic reforms/Mridula Kumari. 19. Child labour in India dimensions issues and policies/Ram Kumari Devi. 20. Economic reforms and women empowerment a view point. 21. Empowerment of women after fifty years of independence where do they stand/Chandra Prakash Azad and Chandra Prakash Singh. 22. Empowering women through legal and government based approaches in India/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 23. Economic empowerment of women/Padmini Prasad. 24. Empowerment of Muslim women/Md. Imeteyaz Hassan. 25. Empowerment of Dalits a socio political analysis/M. Alamgeer. 26. Bihar in a state of despair/S.K. Jha and Nand Kumar. 27. Child labour in India an emerging issue/Sheela Sharan Singh. 28. Women's empowerment through Panchayati Raj Institutions some problems and prospects. 29. Impact of economic reforms on Dalits/Anil Kumar Thakur Ashwani Kumar and K.B. Padamdeo. Index. The themes of this book include the concept various analysis of policies made under the globalisation suited and not suited for the Dalit and weaker sections of society. The Dalits Adivasis minorities women and backward castes are seen and treated as second class citizen still now. Though empowerment of Dalits SCs STs OBCs women and minorities are being held but still they are far behind in the stream of development. The policies are made for their upliftment but they become unable to be real beneficiaries of those policies. This book will be fruitful for those oppressed depressed and down trodden sections of society as well as for them who show their real or mechanical sympathy for them. 386 pp. Seller Inventory # 67171

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

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ISBN 10: 8188683531 ISBN 13: 9788188683536

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About this Item: Abhijeet, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction/R.K. Singh. 1. Poverty alleviation programmes issues and challenges/B.H. Nagoor. 2. Economic reforms and poverty alleviation in India/S.V. Sowani. 3. Dimension of poverty in India/Ram Binod Singh. 4. Poverty and India's economic development an assessment/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 5. Critical issues in poverty alleviation and sustainable development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 6. Poverty and economic development/Dayanidhi Prasad Roy. 7. Poverty reduction in India a state level study/D.N. Patil. 8. Poverty and sustainable development the Indian Panorama/R.N. Thakur. 9. Sustainable development and the challenge of poverty an Indian perspective/R. Shashi Kumar. 10. Human development and poverty an integrated issue/Ram Naresh Thakur. 11. Poverty in India/K. Ramachandran. 12. Public distribution system in India problems and prospects/V.S. Kulkarni. 13. Sustainable agricultural development in Gujarat a perspective/P.K. Singh. 14. Poverty and sustainable development in India/J. Balakomaraiah. 15. Poverty alleviation a goal for ever/K. Nageswara Rao. 16. Population pauperisation and development an ecological economics perspective of the Indian economy/Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay. 17. Poverty and sustainable development an Intra and interregional analysis/M. Narasimhulu and Mohamed Irfanulla Khan. 18. Sustainable development poverty and environment do we have a solution/Ajitava Raychaudhuri. 19. Poverty reduction a long view from the 1950s to the millennium/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 20. Poverty eradication through micro finance/SHG/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 21. Poverty an international problem/Umesh Prasad. 22. Globalisation and rural poverty in India/Kumari Nibha. 23. Poverty a challenge for human development/Krishna Nand Yadav. 24. Rural development in India/L.D. Vaikunthe. 25. An economic analysis of Indian agriculture from green revolution to sustainable development/Baij Nath Singh. 26. Sustainable agricultural development and poverty reduction/K.K. Kaushik. 27. Poverty eradication a challenge in India/Rashmi Akhoury. 28. Sustainable economic development socio economic and environmental study of North East/K.C. Tomba Singh and Th. Pangamba Meitei. 29. Institutions for sustainable development and common property resources/S. Srinivasa Rao. 30. Poverty and sustainable development/Paramjeet Kaur and R.S. Bawa. 31. A human right approach to the disaster of poverty in India/Rachna Suchinmayee. 32. Rural poverty in Uttar Pradesh a suggestive approach/S.P. Tiwari. 33. Poverty and sustainable development/S.P. Tiwari and Himanshu Sekhar Singh. 34. Dynamics of poverty reasons a micro study of poverty scenario in India/Tara Kant Jha. 35. impact of W.T.O on India's agricultural trade/Mohd. Izhar Ahmad. 36. SHGs women and poverty alleviation in Karnataka state/Sabanna S. Talwar. 37. Poverty studies in India a critique/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 38. Poverty and sustainable development strategy for India/I.D. Gupta. 39. Amartya Sen's strategy of poverty reduction and its relevance to India/Bimla Kumari. 40. Poverty and dilemma in development policy/Smriti Mukherjee. Index. Sustainable development is a process of change in which the exploitation of resources the direction of investment the orientation of technological development and institutional change are all in the harmony and enhance both current and future potential to meet human need and aspirations. Any serious attempt and reducing poverty requires sustained economic growth in order to increase productivity and level of income in developing countries. Sustainable development requires not just to economic growth but also to environmental and social issues. More current estimates suggest that 2 billion people will be added to the world population over the next 30 years and another billion in the flowing 20 years. Virtually all of this increase will be in developing countries the bulk of it in urban areas. In these countries 2.5 billion to 3 billion people now live less than $2 a day. Seller Inventory # 54415

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8188683876 ISBN 13: 9788188683871

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction/Ravishankar Kumar Singh. 2. Indian banking and global aspirations/J. Bala Komaraiah. 3. Globalisation and India's financial service sector/Ram Pratap Sinha and Nitish Datta. 4. Transforming Indian banking/G.M. Bhat and Altaf Hussain Kira. 5. Realigning banking objectives for the rural segment/Kavita G. Kalkoti. 6. Prudential norms for banking sector in India/Satish Shrivastav. 7. Insurance reforms issues and challenges/Anand D. Mulgund. 8. Priority sector lending/Gopal K. Kalkoti. 9. Insurance Industry under GATS Challenges and opportunities/Sadhana Phadnis. 10. Emerging trends and reforms of regional rural banks in India/Baij Nath Singh. 11. Banking sector reforms/R.Y. Mahore. 12. Globalisation and financial sector reforms in India/Ram Binod Singh. 13. Banking sector reforms in India progress and prospects/Harindra Kishor Mishra. 14. Issues and challenges of the merger and acquisition of banking sector in India Mission 2020/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava. 15. Financial reforms and the performance of Indian banking sector/R. Shashi Kumar. 16. Banking scene in the global economy challenges ahead/R. Hiremani Naik. 17. Banking sector reforms performance analysis of public sector banks/S.V. Sowani. Vol. II 18. Impact of Liberalisation Policy on commercial banking sector/Padmasree Jalandhar and Bharati Devi Anchula. 19. Indian banking realising global aspirations/V. Siva Prakasam. 20. Banking sector reforms and their viability in the age of globalization/Sudhakar Dwivedi and Arun Bhadauria. 21. Source and knowledge of rural credit system in agriculture sector/Amod Sharma. 22. Globalization as a source of growth/Smriti Mukherjee. 23. Banking sector reforms in India/H.V. Jhamb. 24. Towards banking excellence under reforms some issues/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 25. Financial stability under reforms/Asha Singh and M.S. Gupta. 26. Formation of an Asian economic community dream or reality/Radhika Lobo. 27. Globalisation and the developing world/Vibhuti Patel. 28. Financial structure and development/Medha Tapiawala. 29. Health insurance an option/Hema Jagannathan. 30. Empowering of Indian Banking System through recovery of Non Performing Assets (NPAs)/B.N. Pandey. 31. Banking sector reforms an assessment and future vision/Umesh Prasad. 32. Strengthening banking system through Narasimham Committee/K.N. Yadav. 33. Banking sector reforms in India progress impact and tasks ahead/P.N. Sharma. 34. Legislative and other structural issues of banking sector in India under reforms/Tapan Kumar Shandilya and Deepak Kumar. 35. Consolidation in banking industry mergers and acquisitions/Anjali Prasad. Index. Of late the banking industry has undergone rapid changes followed by a series of fundamental developments. Most significant among them is the advancement in information technology as well as communication system. This has changed the very concept of traditional banking activities and has been instrumental behind broadening the dissemination of financial information along with lowering the costs of many financial activities. Information technology and communication networking systems have revolutionised the functioning of the banks. In the highly industrialised countries access to financial entities is on an online basis. Banks as well as other financial institutions in India have only recently entered the world of information technology and computer networking. Secondly increasing competition among a broad range of domestic and foreign institutions in product marketing area has become a prevalent practice. Thirdly in line with the increase in overall economic activities financial institutions too have modified themselves accordingly in all the spheres including customer services. Consequently the institutional and systematic structure of the financial sector in general and banking sector in particular has undergone drastic changes. Nowadays we see many changes in banking administration and customer service area. Seller Inventory # 69082

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Edited by Aparna Bhardwaj and Rajesh Kumar

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About this Item: Regal Publications, 2011. Contents Preface Introduction 1 Inflation an iniquitous taxQuddus and Rajendra Prasad Gupta 2 Commodity prices and inflation in a global scenario with special reference to IndiaDev Raj 3 Inflation recession financial meltdown and the Indian economy an analysis of some missing rootsParamanand Singh and Shashi Bhushan Singh 4 Inflation in India a result to the excess supply of moneyCB Sharma 5 Inflationary trends in IndiaAnil Kumar Thakur and Aparna Bhardwaj 6 Role of fiscal and monetary policies to control inflationVD Sharma and Brijesh Sharma 7 Inflation in India an analysisShrawan Kumar Singh 8 Inflationary trends in India an analysisDalip Kumar Rekha Rani and Bharti Kumari 9 Inflation pendulum strikes after 20 years 2008Abha Mittal 10 Issues and policy options for inflationary trends in IndiaBM Jani 11 Determinants of Inflation in India an empirical analysisZafar Ahmad Sultan and Sharful Hoda 12 Inflationary trends and measures taken to curbSP Saha and Bishnu Roy 13 Inflation in India; causes and measuresShailesh Kumar and Ratnesh Kumar 14 Inflationary trends in IndiaJagdish Prasad Sharma Kanchan Prahba and Vivek Kumar 15 An analysis of inflationary trends in India pre and post reform periodSunil Kumar and Sunil Kumar 16 An analysis of inflationary trends in India with special reference to foodgrains pricesKumari Rekha and Vikash 17 Global inflation changing dynamics and its impact on Indian economySudha Ranjan Singh and Ajit Kumar 18 Inflationary trend in India during five year plantsSyed Alay Mujtaba and Pankaj Purushotam 19 Inflation in India and ways outSadanand Jha and Anil Kumar Jha 20 Inflationary trends in India overall an exclusive truthPriyatam Kumar 21 Growth and inflationRina Chand 22 Review of inflationary control measures a micro analysisChandra Shekhar Ravi and Badri Narayan Sah 23 Recent global inflationary trends and the role of central banks in developing economy IndiaDK Bhattacharya and Niyati Chakraborty 24 Inflationary trends in IndiaMina Kumari and Manoj Kumar Verma 25 Inflation trends during pre and post-reform eraVivek Kumar Manish Kumar and Niranjay Kumar 26 Global economic crisis and UPA Government policy to counter itRavi Ranjan 27 Pros and cons of global economic crisisPushpa Kumari 28 The global economic crisis and IndiaSanjay Kumar 29 Monetary and fiscal policy to control inflationRahul Kumar Santosh 30 Impact of global economy on price movements in IndiaSurendra Kumar Bhagat and DN Sah 31 Recent Global inflationary trends and its impact on Indian economyChitranjan Ojha and Uma Shankar Singh 32 Agflation in India a paradoxical situationShyam Sunder Singh Chauhan Ravi Kant and Manish Dev 33 Price inflation and its economic effectsDC Mishra Tahir Hussain and Uma Shankar Bharati Index Inflationary Trends in India show a vide fluctuations during the last decades with varied degree of ups and downs The book reviews various aspects of inflation in India The book examines various options of price control available with the government and the central bank and their impact The raging inflation and rising prices of commodities particularly of mass consumption is a matter of concern for the policy-makers-Central Bank and Ministry of finance--Galloping inflation severely hurts the common man whose real income decrease with every rise in prices of essential commoditiesThis book will help policy planners to choose a right mix of policies for the proper balance in demand and supply of various commodities The book will also be useful for researchers and students to understand various aspects of Inflation jacket 377 pp. Seller Inventory # 91515

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About this Item: Verlag Kettler, 03.08.2015., 2015. gebunden. Condition: Gut. 204 S. Sofortversand! Gutes Exemplar, geringe Gebrauchsspuren, Cover/SU berieben/bestoßen, innen alles in Ordnung; good fine Immediate delivery in bubble wrap envelope! Good copy, light signs of previous use, cover/dust jacket has some rubbing/wear (along the edges), interior in good condition. The India Vision Quest zeichnet ein vielschichtiges Bild des indischen Alltagslebens. 18 junge FotografInnen suchen nach einer neuen Orientierung in ihrer Gesellschaft, indem sie mit ihren Visionen existentiell wichtige Fragen beleuchten. Ohne falschen Pathos und folkloristische Verklärung spüren sie Momente im städtischen Leben der indischen Metropolen auf, die ein authentisches Bild von Indien zwischen einer tief verwurzelten Tradition und dem Streben nach den Verlockungen der Moderne liefern. Ihre von Leidenschaft geprägten Blicke auf das Theater des realen Lebens fügen sich zu intelligent verdichteten fotografischen Serien zusammen mit ganz individuellen Perspektiven.Die Publikation präsentiert die Ergebnisse mehrerer Workshops des Fotografen Wolfgang Zurborn in Ahmedabad und Kolkata 2013/14. Mit einem Vorwort von Manik Katyal (Emaho Magazine) und Fotografien von: Imran Ahmed ⢠Arko Datto ⢠Shruti Desai ⢠Shubham Dharmsktu ⢠Manoj Bharti Gupta ⢠Aamir Jasdanwala ⢠Srinivas KN ⢠Kannagi Khanna ⢠Sunny Lamba ⢠Poornima Marh ⢠Hiten Noonwal ⢠Swastik Pal ⢠Anoop Ray ⢠Aditi Rokade ⢠Shankar Sarkar ⢠Partha Sengupta ⢠Rutul Shah ⢠Sneha Trivedi ⢠Alexander P. Hansen ⢠Wolfgang Zurborn. 170123axy19 ISBN: 9783862064953 Alle Preise inkl. MwST Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1640. Seller Inventory # 405423

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