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    Framework for Industrialisation Before analysing the Indian approach, we want to introduce the aims of industrialisation, give a rough overview of the industrialisation strategies for Less Developed Countries (LDCs) and identify indicators for the evaluation of the success of industrialisation policies...
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    Industrialisation In India Jana Hambrock and Sebastian Hauptmann - Socrates |The development of India into a modern industrialised country is a slow but continuing process. Jana Hambrock and Sebastian Hauptmann | |provide a detailed analysis of the Indian economy, referring to its historical and...
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  • Trial
    | | |1 or 2 suggestions of measures, but no detail, eg industrialisation | | |no place reference or very general eg create jobs...
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  • international relations
    environment, crime and the spread of infectious diseases to mention the least has made many to believe that it is a huge problem however its positive benefits. 2. Reasons why globalization is a huge problem. 2.1 Migration People have been migrating for thousands of years back but their movement has intensified...
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  • Introduction to International Development
    agriculture’s share declines, and that of the manufacturing and service sector increases. * Development strategies have therefore focussed on industrialisation, at the expense of agriculture and rural development. * Problems of poverty, discrimination, unemployment and income distribution were often...
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  • Advents
    commercial hold in India remained rather limited. In the next century, India was visited by a large number of European travellers - Italians, Englishmen, Frenchmen and Dutchmen. They were drawn to India for different...
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  • east asian business
    orientated growth, using there comparative advantage in labour intensive industries The developmental state- Explanations of successful late industrialisation in terms of “the developmental state” which is a term used to describe East Asia's state led macroeconomic planning at the end of the twentieth...
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  • Monitoring and evaluation
    Lecture-I Dec 2, 2013 Learning objectives 1 What is development? 2 Emergence of development economics 3 Development planning in India 4 Evaluating development programmes 5 What is impact evaluation? 6 Types of evaluation 7 Evidence-based policy making 8 ...
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  • To What Extent Did Large Dams Built Before 1990 Fulfil Nehru's Aim?
    To what extent did large dams built before 1990 fulfil Nehru’s ambitions? After gaining independence from the British Empire in 1947, India had two opposite development alternatives: the village economy model of Ghandi and the modernization scheme of Nehru. Nehru prevailed, running for office...
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  • IMPACT SOCIO CULTURAL FACTORS ON BUSINESS
    Values and Attitudes In India Today, most of these age-old social institutions are dying fast. It is because the social values and attitudes are changing very fast. The western values...
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  • Public Enterprises
    What are the Objectives of Public Enterprises? SOUMYA SINGH In India, public enterprises have been assigned the task of realising the objectives laid down in the Directive Principles of State Policy. Public sector as a whole seeks: (a) to gain control of the commanding heights of the economy, (b)...
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  • India Economy
    Delhi Delhi - 110007, India Suresh@cdedse.ernet.in and T.A. Bhavani Institute of Economic Growth Delhi University North Campus Delhi - 110007, India adi@ieg.ernet.in Understanding The Indian Economic Policy Reforms 1. Motivation The wide ranging economic reforms in India since 1991 involved a...
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  • Reginal Imbalances
    5 20.6 20.7 20.8 20.9 20.10 20.11 20.12 20.13 20.0 OBJECTIVES This unit describes the processes of regionalisation of the vast sub-continent of India. Some of the problems of National Unity arise out of these processes. These create regional imbalance - some regions of the country forging ahead leaving...
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  • Urban Biased
    Urban biased- India is a country in which more than 70% population stays in rural area. After independence urbanisation process took pace in India. After industrialisation Indian government started heavy industries for employment generation and the nation building purpose. This started migration from...
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  • modernisation vs dependency theory
    freshly decolonised, 'underdeveloped' nations began a frenetic process of catching up with the West. 'Development' meant economic growth and industrialisation. But this 'modernisation theory' is increasingly being challenged today About 50 years ago, many countries around the world—freshly decolonised...
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  • abstract on oil subsidies
    six times more than subsidies to renewables. Today India imports around 80 % of its oil. This means India’s subsidy-fuelled energy consumption is contributing to energy insecurity in terms of an increased risk of external supply disruptions. India subsidises fuels in a variety of ways. Kerosene and ...
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  • Impact of Tourism on Indian Economy
    regional and economic development. The government of India understood the importance of tourism as an industry in 1980s. Recent study shows that the globalisation and open economy helped tourism to emerge as one of the biggest forex earners for India. It brings the opportunity of infrastructure development...
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  • Child labor
    of our national garden. It is our duty to protect these flowers. Child labour is a socio-economic problem. Child labour is not a new phenomenon in India. From ancient times, children were required to do some work either at home or in the field along with their parents. However, we find in Manusmriti...
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  • Why did the Industrial Revolution occur in Europe as opposed to China or India or any of the other great Agricultural Empires?
    China or India or any of the other great Agricultural Empires? ! ! The Industrial Revolution was the period starting in the late 18th century right through to the early 20th1 century and was characterised by the rapid economic growth and development as a direct cause of industrialisation. The Industrial...
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  • Sugarcane Industry - to Grow or Not to Grow
    you an idea of the Sugar Industry of India, its strengths, opportunities, weaknesses and risks/threats through the case study of Selvan Sugar Ltd. What happened with Selvan Sugar Ltd. is a practical life situation faced by the many sugar factories of India. India is a major source of sugar and sugarcane...
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