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    . Tata (1992) · Satyajit Ray | |(1992) · A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (1997) · Gulzarilal Nanda (1997) · Aruna Asaf Ali (1997) · M. S. Subbulakshmi (1998) · Chidambaram | |Subramaniam (1998) · Jayaprakash Narayan (1998) · Ravi Shankar (1999) · Amartya Sen (1999) · Gopinath Bordoloi (1999) · Lata...
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  • Liberalisation, Privatisation and Industrialisation in India
    create boundaries. Protectionism destroyed globalisation in total. But again in the late 20th century the winds of globalisation began to blow. Dr. Allen Green Span as well as Dr. Paul Walker began to egg the nation in favour of globalisation and it was July 1, 1991, when India became the part and...
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    Practice, London : J. & A. Churchill Ltd. 20. Wilson Logan & Kolb (1949) Sociological Analysis, Harcourt, New York : Brace and Company. 21. Wilson, Everett K. (1966) Sociology – Rules, Roles and Relationships, The Dorsey ress 17 General References : 1. Amartya Sen (2005) The Argumentative...
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  • “Globalisation and Small
    Commission Report 4}Extract from Dr. Amartya Sen article on globalisatioin 5}Extracts from the speeches of Mr. L. K. Advani...
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  • Sen, Amartya
    | |Sen, Amartya, An Aspect of Indian Agriculture, Economic Weekly, Vol. 14, 1962. |Prize in Economics for his work| |Collective Choice and Social Welfare, 1970, Holden-Day, 1984, Elsevier. |in welfare economics in 1998. | |Sen, Amartya...
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  • Finanical App
    Global Ethics & Bussiness: A Philosophical Approach Dalulka Forest-Smith Chapter Three Ethics of Virtue The Principle of Virtue IN THIS CHAPTER .... The Principle of Virtue Virtue Philosophers Excellence: Alasdair MacIntyre Achievement: Amartya Sen Entitlement: Martha...
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  • Great Indian personalities
    ....................................................................................................................5 Amar Bose .....................................................................................................................6 Amartya Sen...
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  • Hello All!
    globalisation especially as a result of changes in economic policies in the early 90’s and will have to face increasing world competition given its commitments at the WTO. China is the world’s most populated country with 1.3 billion people. The GDP per head is US$ 870 and had a total GDP of US$1.1trn...
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  • Elcs
    RAO PAGIDIPALLI I BTECH-ENGLISH IV UNIT - AMRTYA KUMAR SEN Sen’s Early life : Amartya Sen was born in 1933 to a Bengali Hindu family of Santiniketan, West Bengal, India. Rabindranath Tagore is said to have given Amartya Sen his name ("Amartya" meaning "immortal"). Sen hails from a...
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  • Technical Education in India
    University, play therapy held in different villages and schools. 21. The poor sections of the society who live invariably in low-lying area were the to get inundated by floods. sessions were first ones Dr. AMARTYA KUMAR SEN (Non-Detailed) Objectives of the Lesson To understand the biographical...
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  • Stri Bhrun Hatya Essay in Marathi
    and Land Rights in South Asia, Cambridge; Cambridge University Press. Appadurai, Arjun, 1997; Modernity at Large; Cultural Dimensions of Globalisation, New Delhi, OUP. Dereze, Jean and Amartya Sen; 1996; India: Economic Development and Social Opportunity, New Delhi: OUP. Desai, A.R.; 1985; India’s...
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  • Book Review of Amartya Sen's 'the Argumentative Indian'
    , 2008 Amartya Sen rewrites ‘The Argumentative Indian’ Report by Pagal Patrakar Kolkata. Nobel laureate and leading thinker Professor Amartya Sen has rewritten his bestselling book ‘The Argumentative Indian’. Professor Sen has replaced the word ‘argumentative’ with ‘sensitive’ in deference to...
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  • Economics
    approach of comparing and contrasting the viewpoints of two of the most prominent Indian economists of our times. The Bhagwati-Sen debate Jagdish Bhagwati and Amartya Sen, probably the two most influential voices amongst Indian economists, represent the two divergent ways of thinking about the...
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  • Success Vision
    APPLICATION EXAMPLE 3.6: ROLE MODEL Amartya Sen’s Success Vision: Finding solutions to the problems which affect the well-being of the community Professor Sen is an Indian Economist born in Bengal in 1933. He received his doctorate from the University of Cambridge. He has been a professor...
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  • MARKETTING,POLICY,PLANNING & COMMUNICATION
    regarded as having developed the theory of comparative Advantage? (a) Adam Smith (b) David Rechardo (c ) Joseph stiglits (d) Amartya Sen 74 Globalisation refers to (a) A more integrated and interdependent world(b) Lower income world wide (c ) Less foreign trade and investment (d) Global warming...
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  • Increased Inequality Is a Reasonable Price to Pay for Increased Output and Welfare and Reduced Poverty.
    Amartya Sens arguments. 9 Table data and result sourced from [4] 10 Positive effects of Globalisation From the previous sections we see that globalisation has lead to increased inequality within nations but at the same time it has had tremendous positive effect on indicators like reduction in...
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  • The Contributions of Amartya K. Sen to Development Economics
    The Contributions of Amartya K. Sen to Development Economics By Dr. Srinivasulu Bayineni Associate Professor Department of Economics Yogi Vemana University KADAPA – 516003 Andhra Pradesh Mobile: 9705639110 e-mail: bayineni@rediffmail.com “Ours is also a world of extraordinary...
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  • Book Review
    FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW: JUNE 20TH: REVIEW: THE ARGUMENTATIVE INDIAN: WRITINGS ON: BY AMARTYA SEN: REVIEWED BY SALIL TRIPATHI. One of the enduring images of Calcutta is the presence of an adda. Roughly translated as 'the place,' it is a spot where people gather, often at a street corner...
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  • Kerela
    India, other states look at Kerala's record of firsts with envy. Dr Amartya Sen, the Nobel laureate, has hailed it as a model. But Kerala, caught in a web of paradoxes, is not what it seems, writes Ramesh Menon.     •  Write the author   •  Guest column   •  Society   •  Kerala   •  Send to a...
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  • Free Media For Economic Development
    Free media for economic development Publish Date : 2014-03-09,  Publish Time : 00:00,  View Count: 2 http://observerbd.com/details.php?id=6356 9 hours ago Nobel Laureate Dr. Amartya Sen?s research finding is that there has never been a famine in a country that is a democracy and has a...
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