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

Review Of Industry And Management

Review Of Industry And Management
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...
The IT Task Force has set a vision of making India an IT superpower by 2008. While the Task Force recognises that software and hardware are the two sides of a gold coin, its report is oblivious to...
We formulate a simultaneous equations model and with the data of a panel of 600 Indian firms for the period 1991-92 to 1997-98 test the hypothesis of finance constraint. The firms are classified by...
In this paper we have examined the impact of technological modernisation on the contractual relationships between the workers and their union and the management within a firm. This calls for an...
A number of recent firm-level studies on Indian industry have used data available from Prowess, a database of Indian firms compiled by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy. This paper attempts to...
Financial systems that are bank-based such as in Germany and Japan employ an internal strategy of managing human resources via job ladders and screening whereas in market-based systems such as in the...
In a quasi-federal democracy like India, political representatives often fight to attract central disbursements towards their own states. Among central disbursements, two most important ones are...
The mindset of Indian companies was formed by over 40 years of industrial licensing which limited production capacities. Capacity limitations made premium products the appropriate response. In...
Given the context of promoter family control of management of companies in India and the relatively poor quality of corporate governance, institutional shareholders would be doing a great disservice...
In this paper, the link between productivity, prices and profitability is examined for the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC), using its annual data from 1979-80 to 1999-2000...
Few attempts have been made at addressing the question of how the degree of foreign ownership influences the propensity of firms in developing local linkages. This empirical work shows that contrary...
Management education follows a strictly structured pattern, while meeting career demands may often entail tolerating ambiguities, or even unlearning that which has already been taught. The elective...
This paper investigates the determinants of MBA starting salaries using a unique placement database from one of the 'premier' business schools in India. We invoke some simple arguments regarding...

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