ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Review Of Industry And Management

Review Of Industry And Management
and Growth An Overview N S SIDDHARTHAN IIIIIIntroduction IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction India began liberalising its economy and, in particular, its manufacturing...
This paper traces trends in the efficiency of firms in the Indian manufacturing sector and investigates the factors that affect it in the era of liberalisation. The DEA approach has been used to...
The classical theory of modernisation recognises only one path to modernity and the tendential disappearance of diversities during the last stage of the process. The development of Karur as an...
An attempt is made here to examine the interrelationship among scale, technology and other economic characters in the Indian textile power processing sector. Scale is denoted by employment �¢���...
The growth centres programme was announced by the government in 1988 to promote the industrialisation of backward areas. The growth centres provide basic industrial infrastructure like power, water,...
The relationship between quality, reputation and firm performance is a new research area, where aspects like productivity, efficiency, quality and competitiveness have come to the forefront. Our...
The financial performance of state-owned Indian Airlines has been far from satisfactory since 1989-90. The main reason for this has been the high growth in unit cost. So far no attempt has been made...
This paper primarily probes the nature and dimensions of R and D activities carried out in small-scale industries in Karnataka. Quite a number of small firms are informally engaged in R and D in the...
Indian silk has not only been unable to capture international markets because of its poor quality, but it is also having to compete with better quality imported yarn in the domestic market. While...
The beedi industry in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka is rapidly undergoing substantial changes, with some units shifting out of the area. What is the nature of the change? What impact...
This study explores how socio-economic factors interlink producers' businesses and production activities, and how business interlinkings cause extra-economic coercion on producers of both the Hindu...
This paper presents a case study of three similar projects in the Caribbean relating to water and sewerage management. After analysing the process of planning and implementation of the projects, the...

Pages

Back to Top