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  • Panda, Tapan Kumar (Business Line - Catalyst- Hindu Magazine, 2002-09-19)
    The strategy to develop a global brand depends on two key factors i.e. the domestic compulsion and the global market opportunity. Entry and success of various multinationals in different emerging markets including India ...
  • Goswami, Rahul; Sharma, Swati (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2008-04-05)
    There had not been any difference in the proportion of farms using pesticides. Dependency on ITC has been more for marginal farms and it has gradually reduced with the increase in the size of farm.
  • Bhattacharyya, Ritu; Kohli, Sangita (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-04-10)
  • Soumyatanu Mukherjee (Indian Institute of Management Kozhilode, 2016-06)
    This paper, using a three-sector full employment general equilibrium model with segmented domestic factor markets, shows that policy of import restriction using tariffs can be beneficial for a small, open developing economy ...
  • Deepa, S. (English for Specific Purposes, 2012)
    Oral communication fulfills a number of general and discipline-specific academic functions. It is vital to learn to speak, since it provides students a set of skills they can use all through their lives. Speaking is the ...
  • Sahadev, Sunil (ICFAI Press, 2003-02)
  • Balooni, Kulbhushan (Indian Management, 2000-01)
    Taxing production of and consumption of 'grey' products (antithetical to 'green' products) is quite likely in view of the deteriorating environment and increasing awareness and clamour for sustainable environment in ...
  • Cyriac, K. (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, 2002-12)
  • Suresh, R.P. (2002)
    Statistics is taught as a core course in the Management programmes leading to the degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) or an equalent degree in various Universities and Managmenet Institutes in India. As a ...
  • Balooni, Kulbhushan (Unasylva, 2000)
    Unethical practices and inflated claims put into question the future of schemes for investment in Teak plantation in India.
  • Balooni, Kulbhushan; Gangopadhyay, Kausik (Elsevier, 2012)
    Despite the fact that the multifaceted values of urban green spaces in the public and private domain constitute the core of urban sustainability, their importance is not adequately investigated in the context of developing ...
  • Krishnan, T.N. (Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 2008)
    This article provides an overview of the consequences of technology change on employment relationship in India . New technologies opened up employment opportunities in new and emerging sectors. Skills needed have undergone ...
  • Soumyatanu Mukherjee (Elsevier, 2016)
    Drawing on the evidence from Indian provinces, this paper, using a four-sector general equilibrium model with segmented domestic labour and capital markets, proposes that factor-specific technological progress only in the ...
  • Choudhuri, Gopal (Journal of Statistical Planniny and Inference, 1997)
    In this paper we propose a test statistic for testing exponentiality versus L-class of life distributions. This test is based on an estimate of a functional of the cdf which discriminates between the exponential and L-family.
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre; Pushpangadan, K.* (Economic and Political Weekly, 2002-01-26)
    Establishing accelerated productivity growth in the 1980s is contigent on the use of single deflation, a procedure flawed in principle. There is no credible option to double deflation when working with value added as the ...
  • Jayasankar, Ramanathan (IIMB Management Review, 2010-08-11)
    The doctoral curriculum in management, worldwide, lays emphasis on the following four topics: the philosophical underpinnings of management research, theory building for research, research design planning and choice of ...
  • Sthanu, R. Nair (Hindu Business Line, 9-11-20)
    The fact that the agriculture sector in India has not experienced any significant growth during the post-economic reforms period is well established. For the revival of the sector, policy makers have suggested among others, ...
  • Mathews, Col G.G. (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-05-19)
    Leadership is increasingly seen as an instrument of empowerment. The influence of power of leaders is in proposition to their ability to confer power on people; such empowerment implies that leaders are prepared to shred ...
  • Nandakumar, M.K. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2010)
    This book helps readers develop a good understanding of outsourcing and its impact on performance. The main objective of the book is to develop a new perspective of outsourcing and discuss ways to control the performance ...
  • Krishna Kumar (2001)
    The sugar group of mills comprised of 67 mills, 37 of them belonging to the UP State Sugar Corporation (UPSC) and 32 belonging to UP State Cooperative Sugar Mills Federation (UPSF). Most of the mills were making losses in ...

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