Industrial Policy 1991 Essays and Term Papers

  • Impact of New Economic Policy 1991

    by the public sector, those reserved for the private sector, and those open to development by either or both sectors. The reforms of 1991 abolished industrial licensing, except in a few industries for locational reasons or for environmental considerations, and import licensing, except in the...

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  • Industrial Policy

    INDUSTRIAL POLICY SINCE 1956 When India achieved Independence in 1947, the national consensus was in favour of rapid industrialization of the economy which was seen not only as the key to economic development but also to economic sovereignty. In the subsequent years, India's Industrial Policy evolved...

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  • Industrial Policy

    tSpecial articles and Industrial Policy Which 1980: since Performance Now? Way Since 1980-81, manufacturingsector output has grown at 7 per cent per year, with economic reforms making little difference to the trend in the 1990s. But growth has decelerated over the last seven years, after...

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  • Industrial Policy

    cyINDIA’S INDUSTRIAL POLICIES FROM 1948 TO 1991 INDUSTRIAL POLICY RESOLUTION New Delhi, 6 April, 1948 No. 1(3)-44(13)/48-The Government of India have given careful thought to the economic problems facing the country. The nation has now set itself to establish a social order where justice and equality ...

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  • Industrial Policies

    The Political Economy of Industrial Policy in Pakistan 1947-1971 Mushtaq H. Khan, Department of Economics, SOAS, University of London. The period from 1947 when Pakistan was created to the watershed of 1971 when East Pakistan split off to become Bangladesh is an important one for studying the determinants...

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  • Social Welfare & Industrial Policy

    Social Welfare and Industrial Policy The social welfare of society is restricted using policies whose goal is to improve the standard of living and opportunity by providing services and benefits for those at a physical or financial disadvantage. Social policy costs account for between 50-60% of government...

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  • industrial policy india

    Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors, and issues arising out of their design and implementation DEVELOPMENT during 1950s – 80s: A critical evaluation Ever since independence, development of the country and the community has always been the top priority of the government...

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  • Amendments in Industrial Policy

    Amendments in India’s Industrial Policy The main purposes of India’s Industrial Policy of the Government are to maintain a sustained growth in productivity, to enhance gainful employment, to achieve optimal utilization of human resources, to attain international competitiveness, and to transform...

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  • Indian Industrial Policy

    Industrial Policy, 1991 INTRODUCTION The industrial policies pursued till 1990 enabled India to develop a vast and diversified industrial structure. India attained self–sufficiency in a wide range of consumer goods. But the industrial growth was not rapid enough to generate sufficient employment...

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  • Industrial Policy Resolution

    Industrial activity is a major source of stability in an economy. It is more crucial in a planned economy wedded to the achievement of such an objective of economic growth and social justice. Achievement of such an objective requires active State participation in the process of industrialization to...

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  • Germany Industrial Policy

    UNIVERSITY OF NATIONAL AND WORLD ECONOMY Germany Industrial Policy June, 2012 Prepared by: Sofia, Bulgaria Dimitar Vutkov F...

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  • Industrial Policy of Assam

    ASSIGNMENT ON INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF ASSAM SUBJECT: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Submitted to: Submitted by: Ms. SUMAN MAHANTA ARUP BORDOLOI ASST. PROFESSOR ROLL NO: 06/12 CONTENTS: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF ASSAM : 1982 ...

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  • Fiscal Policy of India from 1991 to 2011

    Fiscal Policy in India (An overview 1991-2011) Abstract This essay examines the trajectory of India’s fiscal policy with a focus on historical trends, fiscal discipline...

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  • Industrial Policy Ambition Paper for Swaziland

    Swaziland Industrial Development Policy -An Ambition Paper Submitted to the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) for development of SACU Industrial Policy Framework 1. INTRODUCTION The growth of the Swaziland economy is to a large extent dependant on the performance of the manufacturing sector...

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  • Policy Analysis on Industrial Building Revitalization

    Policy Analysis on Industrial Building Revitalization 1. Background In the past few decades, Hong Kong has undergone economic transformation from secondary industry to tertiary service. Due to the northern movement of the manufacturers and industrialists for the relocation of production activities...

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  • Industrial Policy of India , Critical Anaysis

    In the post-World War II period India was probably the first non-communist developing country to have instituted a full-fledged industrial policy. The purpose of the policy was to co-ordinate investment decisions both in the public and the private sectors and to seize the ‘commanding heights’ of the...

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  • Manage Australian Industrial Relations policies and procedures.

    current Australian Industrial Relations history, performance and any strategic objectives that may be in place. Learners should seek to identify any relationships between the two, whether consideration is given to IR/ER issues in the course of strategic planning, and whether the IR policies & procedures that...

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  • THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY IN INDIA

    THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY IN INDIA: ADAPTING TO THE CHANGING DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge Working Paper No. 376 by Ajit Singh CERF, Judge Business School, and Centre for Business Research University...

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  • 1991 reforms

    Positive outcomes of 1991 reforms The following points illustrate various achievements that 1991 reforms brought for India. 1. Indian economy has touched a higher growth plateau of over 7% long-term average annual GDP growth rate. 2. Domestic savings has increased noticeably that has enabled domestic...

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  • 1991 crisis

    point that India could barely finance three weeks worth of imports. In mid-1991, India's exchange rate was subjected to a severe adjustment. This event began with a slide in the value of the Indian rupee leading up to mid-1991. The authorities at the Reserve Bank of India took partial action, defending...

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