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Review Of Industry And Management

Review Of Industry And Management
The policy initiatives taken to develop the information technology sector in India have yielded rich dividends in terms of exports and established the country's credibility in international IT...
This paper discusses the possible reasons for the boom in industrial investment in the first half of the 1990s, in the wake of the relaxation of industrial regulation and controls, and why the boom...
This paper examines the trends in R and D expenditure in different areas between 1994-95 and 1999-2000 linking this expenditure with the economic importance of the areas. Based on this assessment...
Based on a survey of software-related companies in major cities of India, the authors provide an analytical framework for examining the organisation and size of the Indian software industry. The...
This paper attempts to analyse the performance of major ports in India taking into account the absolute cargo handled by them during 1951-52 to 1992-93. A particular focus of the study is the...
Grounding Economics in Geography This paper is concerned with the economics of Indian ports as one important phenomenon in Indian economic geography, and its relationship with regional development...
Cost-benefit analysis has on the one hand been enlisted by decision-makers around the world as a way of justifying or scrutinising choices about whether to build dams, road, airports; what actions to...
This paper looks at the impact of the Supreme Court ban on timber logging on the people of north-east India. Though the force of its impact is felt deeply across the entire region, the paper focuses...
When we think about the value of something, we often focus on what we value or how much we value something. This paper argues that how we value is an important social and political relationship...
This paper begins with a discussion of three brief examples of the application versus non-application of cost-benefit analysis (CBA) or CBA-type approaches: the author's own early work on the...
Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is a part of the neoclassical paradigm and is an example of the neoclassical ideology. But CBA is even more specific as an ideology. Proponents of the CBA approach insist...
The modern world has witnessed the introduction of markets mechanisms and norms into spheres of life that previously have been protected from markets. Non-market goods including the environment are...
Anthropologists perceive that culture and economy are made up of multiple and sometimes inconsistent value domains. In the cost-benefit world, all values belong to a single sphere and can be compared...
Dams have been the epitome of modernisation and development cornering a large share of public resources in many countries. It is only fair that dams are opened to public scrutiny and informed debate...
The Census 2001 has revealed some interesting and worrying features with regard to sex ratios which calls for some explanation. For example, the overall improvement in sex ratio in favour of females...

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