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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # Concept-9788170227335

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries. Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # 112435

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # Concept-9788170227335

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries. Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # 41420

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries. Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # 41420

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. North-East India is struggling with the problems of ecomomics development. The entire Norh-East India is caught up in a low producivity and low income syndrome in all sectors of Economic development. The value system of the societies of the different ethinic and cultural group of North-East India are mostly grounded to fatalism based on continuity and traditions, customs and usage. The potentialities created by modern science and technology are either not really known or not readily available or bot systematically applied owing to the advice to preserve the tradiotin and geritage. The population is growing markets are expanding and consumerism has caught imaginaion of the expanding middle class. There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indugenous people, their surrender of fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent socienties in North-East India. Sociological constrainsts to economic development are not insurmountable. North-East India should learn from the success and failures of industrial development especially from the developing countries. Printed Pages: 273. Bookseller Inventory # 41420

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This volume containing 20 articles as an interdisciplinary in nature presented in the National Seminar organized by Deptt. of Economics, Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi. This book consist four sections to provide a clear cut picture on various perspectives and issues for the development of Khadi and Village Industries in Socio-Economic Development of North-East States. The village industries and traditional unorganized industries constitute an important segment of the economies of the North-East States where 40 per cent people are living under BPL and more than 80 per cent in the rural belt making agriculture as the main occupation. Unemployment is a major problem in today?s developing economies, particularly in N-E Region informal sector is an important segment to generate employment through village industries to make the best use of indigenous knowledge and the craftmanship of the artisans. Khadi and Village Industries (KVI), therefore, offers enormous prospects for increasing the opportunities for income and employment generation in this region Printed Pages: xxxv, 338. Bookseller Inventory # Concept-9788180698804

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Item Description: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This volume containing 20 articles as an interdisciplinary in nature presented in the National Seminar organized by Deptt. of Economics, Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi. This book consist four sections to provide a clear cut picture on various perspectives and issues for the development of Khadi and Village Industries in Socio-Economic Development of North-East States. The village industries and traditional unorganized industries constitute an important segment of the economies of the North-East States where 40 per cent people are living under BPL and more than 80 per cent in the rural belt making agriculture as the main occupation. Unemployment is a major problem in today’s developing economies, particularly in N-E Region informal sector is an important segment to generate employment through village industries to make the best use of indigenous knowledge and the craftmanship of the artisans. Khadi and Village Industries (KVI), therefore, offers enormous prospects for increasing the opportunities for income and employment generation in this region Printed Pages: xxxv, 338. Bookseller Inventory # Concept-9788180698804

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This Book is made up of a collection of papers painstakingly written over a year. All the contributors worked around a central question: In spite of being rich in Natural resources, why do the states in North Eastern region of India remain economically backward? What is the Nature of Structural change that the economies of these states are experiencing? What are the policy implications of this change for local governments? Is there any need for intervention in order to bring conformity between structural change and socially desirable goals? How rich is the resource base of the economies of north eastern states? How strong is the resource-industry linkage in them? Where lays the Strength of the local economy? What are the options available with them for faster and sustainable development? Each State specific contribution in this volume has attempted to throw light on these issues. The book will act as a guide to the researchers, policy makers, businesses, development agencies, administrators and above all, to those who are concerned with the future of the region. Table of Contents Introduction Contributors 1. Changing Economic Structure and the Prospects of Resource Based Industrialization in Arunachal Pradesh 2. A Study of Sectoral Development of Assam : Retrospect and Prospect 3. Development Experience of Manipur : A Framework for Industrialization 4. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Meghalaya 5. Economic Sustainability and Structural 6. Structural Change in Nagaland Economy : Resource-Industry Linkages and Strategies for Development 7. Resource-Industry Linkages in Sikkim : Strategy of Development in the Context of Structural Change 8. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Tripura 9. Structural Change and Resource Industry Linkages in North-East India 10. Public Resource and Its Utilization : Implications for Development of North-Eastern Region 11. Resource Anxieties and Development Arbitrariness : Paradoxes of Modernity in the North-Easter Region 12. What Ails Development in North-East India? 13. Structural Change and Resource-Industry Linkages in India?s North-East : Some Policy Imperatives Printed Pages: 355. Bookseller Inventory # 63259

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This Book is made up of a collection of papers painstakingly written over a year. All the contributors worked around a central question: In spite of being rich in Natural resources, why do the states in North Eastern region of India remain economically backward? What is the Nature of Structural change that the economies of these states are experiencing? What are the policy implications of this change for local governments? Is there any need for intervention in order to bring conformity between structural change and socially desirable goals? How rich is the resource base of the economies of north eastern states? How strong is the resource-industry linkage in them? Where lays the Strength of the local economy? What are the options available with them for faster and sustainable development? Each State specific contribution in this volume has attempted to throw light on these issues. The book will act as a guide to the researchers, policy makers, businesses, development agencies, administrators and above all, to those who are concerned with the future of the region. Table of Contents Introduction Contributors 1. Changing Economic Structure and the Prospects of Resource Based Industrialization in Arunachal Pradesh 2. A Study of Sectoral Development of Assam : Retrospect and Prospect 3. Development Experience of Manipur : A Framework for Industrialization 4. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Meghalaya 5. Economic Sustainability and Structural 6. Structural Change in Nagaland Economy : Resource-Industry Linkages and Strategies for Development 7. Resource-Industry Linkages in Sikkim : Strategy of Development in the Context of Structural Change 8. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Tripura 9. Structural Change and Resource Industry Linkages in North-East India 10. Public Resource and Its Utilization : Implications for Development of North-Eastern Region 11. Resource Anxieties and Development Arbitrariness : Paradoxes of Modernity in the North-Easter Region 12. What Ails Development in North-East India? 13. Structural Change and Resource-Industry Linkages in India’s North-East : Some Policy Imperatives Printed Pages: 355. Bookseller Inventory # 63259

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Item Description: Mittal Publications, 2011. tables, figs, graphs (illustrator). Contents Preface Introduction I North East region 1 A geographical analysis of industrial backwardness in North-East IndiaDK Mandal 2 Constraints to economic development in North-East IndiaParitosh Chandra Dutta 3 Unorganised manufacturing sector a potential source of livelihood generation in the North Eastern regionIra Das 4 Informal border trade imperial industrialization in North-East India a perceptionTh Priyokumar Singh 5 Potentiality of Hydel power generation and its effect on industrial development in North-East IndiaDK Mandal  6 Rubber industry in the hill villages of North-East India an observationKomol Singha 7 Industrial growth and structure in the North-Eastern region 1993 to 2005L Santomba Meetei 8 Potentialities of industries and trade for future development of North-Eastern regionDipti Khaund  9 Development of fruit processing industry in North-East India prospects and problemsN Achouba II Assam 10 Export potentialities of Assamese beer a new paradigmChimun Kumar Nath and Ratul Dutta 11 Problems and prospects of fruits and vegetables industries in AssamNabajit Deka AK Sarmah and S Kakoty 12 Problems and prospects of brick industry in Assam a case study of Rangia sub divisionJagadish Deka and Brajendra Saikia 13 Small scale industries its status and growth trends in AssamNamita Das 14 An overview of potentialities of tourism in Lakhimpur DistrictPadma Hazarika III Manipur 15 Manipurs industrial growth supply and demand side factorsE Bijoykumar Singh 16 The problems and prospects of industrialization in ManipurA Surenjit Singh 17 Prospects of food processing industry based on horticultural products of ManipurAshraf Ali IV Arunachal Pradesh 18 Income and employment situation in indigenous industrial activities a case study of idu Mishmi Community of Arunachal PradeshFames Linggi 19 Development of industrial co-operatives in Arunachal Pradesh a brief analysisHage Hassang 20 Status of vocational programme for KVI sector with special reference to Arunachal PradeshSukamal Deb 21 Inland waters its values and threat perception in Arunachal PradeshP Nath and Gopi GV 22 Growth of services sector in Arunachal Pradesh introspectionA Ibotombi Singh 23 Industrialization in Arunachal Pradesh new dimensions and challengesRam Krishna Mandal 24 Tourism in Arunachal Pradesh a case study of religious tourismPC Panda 25 Khadi and village industries in Arunachal Pradesh problems and prospectsDeepali Mandal 26 Constraints to industrial development of Arunachal PradeshDani Chobin V Other region 27 Tripura with other states of NER still Awaits a well formulated plan to be industrialized to catch up the growth rate of the nationSwapanendu Sen 28 The inefficiency of state owned enterprise SOEs and the privatization initiative in BangladeshGazi Salah Uddin Index There are differences among the North-East India with respect to their natural resource endowments levels of industrialization and infrastructural facilities On the whole all the economies of the region are underdeveloped agrarian societies with very week industrial sectors and inflated services sectors The absence of a well articulated policy framework led the region to remain underdeveloped Two paradigms dominated Government of Indias North-East Policy as a whole One relates to overstress on security strategic consideration rather than on development efforts in a development perspective The other relates to the minimum intervention in traditional systems and institutions of the hill economy which is what has led to their non compatibility with the functioning of market system Since the mid 1990s however uninterrupted disorder and its relation with persistence underdevelopment of the North-East India began to find in the mainstream collective psyche as reflected in growing national level debate deliberations and discourse as well as Pronouncement of special economic packages for the economic development of North-East India The book attempts to provide a clear cut picture on various. Bookseller Inventory # 98772

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Item Description: Akansha, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Changing economic structure and the prospects of resource based industrialization in Arunachal Pradesh/Pravat Kumar Kuri. Supplementary observation M.A. Salam. 2. A study of sectoral development of Assam retrospect and prospect/Kishor Singh Rajput. Supplementary observation Archana Sharma. 3. Development experience of Manipur a framework for industrialization/Amar Yumnam. 4. Structural change and strategy of development resource industry linkages in Meghalaya/Rajesh Dutta. Supplementary observation Nirankar Srivastav. 5. Economic sustainability and structural transformation in Mizoram/Santanu Ray. Supplementary observation Gorky Chakraborty. 6. Structural change in Nagaland economy resource industry linkages and strategies for development/B. Kilangla Jamir. Comment E. Bijoykumar Singh. 7. Resource industry linkages in Sikkim strategy of development in the context of structural change/Anil Bhuimali and Kanak Kanti Bagchi. 8. Structural change and strategy of development resource industry linkages in Tripura/K.S. Chakraborty. 9. Structural change and resource industry linkages in North East India/Utpal Kumar De. 10. Public resource and its utilization implications for development of north eastern region/B. Mishra. 11. Resource anxieties and development arbitrariness paradoxes of modernity in the north eastern region/B.S. Butola. 12. What ails development in North East India/Rabindra N. Bhattacharya. 13. Structural change and resource industry linkages in India's north east some policy imperatives/Gurudas Das. Index. This book is made up of a collection of papers painstakingly written over a year. All the contributors worked around a central question in spite of being rich in natural resources why do the states in north eastern region of India remain economically backward. What is the nature of structural change that the economies of these states are experiencing. What are the policy implications of this change for local governments. Is there any need for intervention in order to bring conformity between structural change and socially desirable goals. How rich is the resource base of the economies of north eastern states. How strong is the resource industry linkage in them. Where lays the strength of the local economy. What are the options available with them for faster and sustainable development. Each state specific contribution in this volume has attempted to throw light on these issues. The book will act as a guide to the researchers policy makers businesses development agencies administrators and above all to those who are concerned with the future of the region. 344 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 54417

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This Book is made up of a collection of papers painstakingly written over a year. All the contributors worked around a central question: In spite of being rich in Natural resources, why do the states in North Eastern region of India remain economically backward? What is the Nature of Structural change that the economies of these states are experiencing? What are the policy implications of this change for local governments? Is there any need for intervention in order to bring conformity between structural change and socially desirable goals? How rich is the resource base of the economies of north eastern states? How strong is the resource-industry linkage in them? Where lays the Strength of the local economy? What are the options available with them for faster and sustainable development? Each State specific contribution in this volume has attempted to throw light on these issues. The book will act as a guide to the researchers, policy makers, businesses, development agencies, administrators and above all, to those who are concerned with the future of the region. Table of Contents Introduction Contributors 1. Changing Economic Structure and the Prospects of Resource Based Industrialization in Arunachal Pradesh 2. A Study of Sectoral Development of Assam : Retrospect and Prospect 3. Development Experience of Manipur : A Framework for Industrialization 4. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Meghalaya 5. Economic Sustainability and Structural 6. Structural Change in Nagaland Economy : Resource-Industry Linkages and Strategies for Development 7. Resource-Industry Linkages in Sikkim : Strategy of Development in the Context of Structural Change 8. Structural Change and Strategy of Development : Resource-Industry Linkages in Tripura 9. Structural Change and Resource Industry Linkages in North-East India 10. Public Resource and Its Utilization : Implications for Development of North-Eastern Region 11. Resource Anxieties and Development Arbitrariness : Paradoxes of Modernity in the North-Easter Region 12. What Ails Development in North-East India? 13. Structural Change and Resource-Industry Linkages in India’s North-East : Some Policy Imperatives Printed Pages: 355. Bookseller Inventory # 63259

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Item Description: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Nov 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - North Eastern Region of India is one of an economically backward region of India. Agriculture can of course sustain the people of north east but cannot generate appreciable surplus. This has compelled the rural population to take up some off firm activities based on their traditional skills and surrounding available resources for livelihood. The role of industry clusters in rural economies is receiving renewed attention in worldwide. The industrial clusters strengthen the local economy by facilitating income and employment, act as an instrument for poverty alleviation, proper utilization of local resources, etc. Present study highlights how the cluster initiative is helping the regional economy by generating income and employment opportunities particularly in the North Eastern Region. The book will help the academicians, researcher and policy makers involve in industrial cluster studies and expected to provide a clear picture to the cluster development agencies and organizations about the performance of cluster development initiative in north eastern region of India. 160 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783659290398

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