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Evaluating Institutional Disruption

In India, from the late 1960s to the early 2000s, a consortium of three premier financial institutions gave projects long-term loans based on tangible assets. The consortium was abandoned in 2001. A transition away from the institutional logics of consortium financing is associated with a rise in the research and development activity of pharmaceutical firms. Changes in financial sector rules impacted Indian firms’ capability transformation. Management research needs to consider institutional logics changes in assessing the influence of financial factors on firms’ capabilities creation.

Determinants of Business Behaviour

Determinants of Business Behaviour David Murray Sumit Majumdar Enterprise and Competitiveness: A Syatema View of International Buaineaa by Mark Casson; Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1990; pp ix + 229.

Institutions for International Co-operation-An Analysis of the United Nations Law of the Sea Conference and Convention

An Analysis of the United Nations Law of the Sea Conference and Convention Sumit Majumdar The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea which involved the participation of more than 150 countries, represents a major advance in international co-operation in the treaty making process and underscores the utility of an international institutional framework in providing a negotiating forum. This paper describes the history of the negotiations and analyses the reasons for the success of the negotiations.
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