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  • Keyoor Purani, Sunil Sahadev; Deepak S. Kumar (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The impact of globalization on academic research is undeniable. This impact is more pertinent and strongly felt in the academic field of marketing. The pattern of this impact can be easily discerned from the trends in ...
  • Narayanamoorthy, A; Devika, N; Bhattarai, M (Sage Publications, 2016-01)
    In the light of the rapid decline in the irrigation water potential and increasing demand for water from different sectors in India, there is a need of the emergence of small-scale irrigation technology to conserve scarce ...
  • Vivek (Sage Publications, 2016-01)
    Sustainable water management is vital for sustainable development, especially in lightof threats such as climate change, growing population, rising prosperity and industrialization. India is facing increasing freshwater ...
  • Aparajith Ramnath (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    Globalization accentuates the local, as seen in the increasing emphasis on ‘indigenous knowledge’ in the discourse of governments, universities and international organizations.This essay explores the categories of ‘indigenous ...
  • Abhoy K. Ojha; Dwarkaprasad Chakravarty (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    With the bulk of India’s population residing in rural areas, access to quality primary education in non-urban areas is vital to unlock the country’s vast economic potential. Good primary education is likely to provide a ...
  • Sofia Amaral; Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay (Sage Publications, 2015-07)
    We analyze the relationship between a ‘weak judiciary’, as measured by the percentage of pending trials, and the propensity to engage in criminal activities. Using state-level panel data for India from 1995 to 2007, we ...
  • Rajat Deb (Sage Publications, 2016-07)
    The financial inclusion models that have been implemented successfully in various parts of India have not gained momentum in North East India. The inherent characteristics of the states in this region and the prominence ...
  • Shankar Sharma (Sage Publications, 2014-07)
    Electricity governance and planning ought to have been two important areas of administration in India right since Independence, but unabated growth in demand, chronic power cuts, nature’s limits and global warming implications ...
  • Paul Smith (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The processes of globalization have often been described by way of the metaphor of ‘flows’—flows of people, goods, capital or ideas. Since the recent worldwide economic recession the nature, direction and vectors of those ...
  • Subhash Sharma (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    This article traces the evolutionary journey of the idea of Indian management 1960 onwards. It identifies four phases of development of Indian management ideas in terms of adopting a scientific approach (1960–1980), ...
  • Kausik Gangopadhyay (Sage Publications, 2013-07)
    Dr Eugene H. Stanley (1941–) is one of the most influenc-ing figures in the discipline of Econophysics. He was born in Oklahoma City, US, and was awarded the PhD in physics at Harvard University.1 In 1976 he joined Boston ...
  • Katar Singh (Sage Publications, 2016-01)
    Water is essential not only for the survival of all living beings but also for socio economic development of households, communities and nations all over the world. It contributes to achieve the goal of sustainable development ...
  • Anand Gurumurthy; Gunjan Soni; Surya Prakash; Gaurav Kumar Badhotiya (Sage Publications, 2013-01)
    In India, Supply Chain Management (SCM) has gained significant importance due to opening up of domestic economy as a result of globalization. However, a review of literature revealed that not many papers are available which ...
  • Rajat M. Nag (Sage Publications, 2012-01)
    As developing Asia seeks to cement the gains from a decades-long economic boom and sustain its growth momentum, it will need to take bold action to address the plethora of governance challenges facing the region. Failure ...
  • Somnath Zutshi (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The word ‘development’ is at the same time both ‘concrete’ as well as ‘contentious’. It is subject to the historic contexts determined by prevailing ideology of the period. The attempt is to focus on the post-World War II ...
  • Siew Ann Cheong (Sage Publications, 2013-07)
    In this article, I have described an experimental econophysics course for advanced undergraduates in the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. This course was offered for the first time in Semester II ...
  • Narayanan, K; Santosh K. Sahu (Sage Publications, 2014-07)
    In this article, the contributions of energy use to the climate variation debates are explored. Analyses based on secondary data depict that global fossil fuel use has increased and dominated world energy consumption and ...
  • Arpita Amarnani; Neeraj Amarnani (Sage Publications, 2015-07)
    Microfinance, in simple terms, can be defined as financial services for the poor. Currently, the policy-makers all over the globe are increasing their emphasis on microfinance. At this point of time, considering the energy ...
  • Repaul Kanji; Rajat Agrawal (Sage Publications, 2016-07)
    The concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has witnessed various interpretations since its inception. Even though the present era of CSR has been significantly reassuring, there is an urgent need to understand ...
  • Mukundhan K. V. (Sage Publications, 2013-01)
    As economies undergo institutional transition, firms change their internationalization strategies to take advantage of the prevailing institutional environment of the time. Extant studies on firm internationalization have ...

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