• Critical evaluation of Mixed economy
    We may notice two opposite views on the working of mixed economy: one represented by the business community or 'big business' properly speaking and the other by the political leaders in the Government. These views are usually given expression to in the annual conferences of the Chambers of Commerce which...
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  • Line Per
    UNIT 2nd NATURE OF INDIAN ECONOMY India has the twelfth largest economy in the world. Among the third world countries, India has proved itself to be one the best players in the world economy. The economic condition of India has improved immensely over the last few decades. Recently many policies...
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  • Economics meaning and types
    CHAPTER 1 ECONOMY: MEANING AND TYPES MEANING OF AN ECONOMY Every person has innumerable human wants. Food, clothing, shelter, entertainment, healthcare, and education…the list is endless. In order to satisfy their wants, people produce various goods and services to earn income for livelihood...
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  • Suraj
    The economy in India is mixed economy like the Australia economy. Mixed economy means it is a combination of socialism and capitalism. In the pre-british period, Capitalism prevailed in India whereas in Australia in recent times, the government is capitalist on wealth creation. Nationalism is the movement...
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  • Latin America
    Latin America became part of the world economy as a dependent region. The Iberians mixed with native populations and created new political and social forms. The resulting mixture of European, African, and Indian cultures created a distinctive civilization. Indian civilization, although battered and transformed...
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  • Whap Chapter 19 Notes
    Granada (last Muslims kingdom) in 1492Christian control of Iberian Peninsula -Isabella ordered Jews to convert/leaveJews leftdisrupted Castilian economy -Isabella and Ferdinand also supported Christopher Columbus -Iberian Society and Tradition • Spanish and Portuguese forms exported to the Americas ...
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  • communism or capitalism in india
    diverse yet a unified single well oiled machine. Despite occasional unavoidable friction the cogs of this nation still turn. The complexity of her the economy seems to function defies basic human understanding. It is mystifying and explainable only via a simplistic hypothetical model. After the staccato...
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  • The Indian Economy
    * * * Suggest Us * Report Errors * Contact Us 1036 Words Essay on Indian Economy: Adopting New Approach By Dipti After independence, India chartered a path of economic development based on mixed economy, building a new industrial structure around the public sector and a closely monitored...
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  • India's Transformation
    Summary India adopted a democratic system of government and a mixed economy after gaining independence in 1947. However, a large part of their economy was still comprised of state-owned entities. Because of this, the private sector was stifled and any growth came only with hard-won government permission...
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  • History Of Economic Development In India After 1947, The Crisis Of 1990 And The Economic Reforms Initiated Thereafter
    Reforms Initiated Thereafter Today, Indian economy is the 10th largest in the world by nominal GDP and the 3rd largest by purchasing power parity. India is a member of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) and one of the G-20 major economies. But India has come a long way in terms of...
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  • Indian Economy: Adopting New Approach
    Indian Economy: Adopting New Approach After independence, India chartered a path of economic development based on mixed economy, building a new industrial structure around the public sector and a closely monitored, regulated and controlled system where government played the role of licenser in the process...
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  • Jacksonian Presidency
    constitutional beliefs, hurt, more than helped the economy and did little himself for the political power of the common man. President Jackson, in fact, violated his constitutional beliefs. Firstly, he defied Congress by removing the Indians from their land saying it would be better for them...
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  • Case Study
    Three Economies All the economies of the world face the problem of scarcity of resources, which limits the production activities. Scarcity of resources makes an economy face trade-offs as producing more of one commodity means producing less of another commodity. Such trade-offs compel an economy to answer...
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  • sectoral change in indian GDP
    COMPARE THE CONTRIBUTION MADE BY DIFFERENT SECTORS OF INDIAN ECONOMY TOWARDS GDP DURING THE PLANNING PERIOD Acknowledgement Index Introduction: About the Indian economy- The economy of India is the ninth-largest in the world by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity(PPP). India...
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  • Early Latin America Notes
    Chapter 19: Early Latin America * Emperor of Aztecs: Moctezuma * Latin America was drawn into new world economy * Creation of plantations worked by coerced laborers Spaniards and Portuguese: From Reconquest to Conquest * Iberian Peninsula: religious conflict, Muslim vs. Christian * Ferdinand...
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  • Early Latin America Notes
    Chapter 19: Early Latin America * Emperor of Aztecs: Moctezuma * Latin America was drawn into new world economy * Creation of plantations worked by coerced laborers Spaniards and Portuguese: From Reconquest to Conquest * Iberian Peninsula: religious conflict, Muslim vs. Christian * Ferdinand...
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  • India vs China 2020
    emerging economies. Both form an important part of BRICS. At present, China is the world’ second largest economy and India the Fourth (as per PPP). Both India and China have been said to be the global leaders in the coming 20 years. But what is it that will differentiate both the economies in 2020??...
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  • Business Economy
    purchasing habit of the working women is different from the home maker 3. Value for money: Oganised retail deals in high volume and are able to enjoy economies of large scale production and distribution. They eliminate intermediaries in distribution channe 4. Emerging rural market: Today the rural market...
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  • Classical Athens and Han China
    fortified ports 4. Encomiendas were grants of Indians for labor in Spanish colonies in the Americas. 5. Which of the following men was an advocate of Indian rights? Bartolome de Las Casas 6. The tremendous decline of the Indian population was matched by the rapid increase in European...
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  • Bureaucracy and Liberalisation
    Liberalisation After independence the newly emerged Indian State was characterized by the dominant role in all the spheres of society. It was a welfare state whose objective was to secure political, social and economic justice to all the sections of Indian population. The Westminister model of parliamentary...
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