• Lessons from Two Clusters
    Working Paper N o : 2 009/01 GARMENTS INDUSTRY IN INDIA Lessons from Two Clusters Satyaki Roy ISID December 2009 I SID   WORKING PAPER  2009/01   GARMENTS INDUSTRY IN INDIA Lessons from Two Clusters Satyaki Roy I nstitute for Studies in Industrial Development 4, Institutional...
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  • Exoport and Import of Handicrafts
    This research paper attempts to explain the innovative idea of Tri-country trade of a booming market of handicrafts which can be uplifted even more by certain strategies so as to benefit both the firm and the nations as whole. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude...
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  • Capitalism
    capitalistic fashion in that it is accumulation-driven, the need economy is geared to the fulfilment of subsistence requirements albeit through the market. Second, the central feature of the postcolonial economy is the continued operation of a specific form of primitive accumulation that also requires...
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  • About Economic Liberalisation
    edit. Economic liberalisation in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The economic liberalisation in India refers to ongoing economic reforms in India that started on 24 July 1991. After Independence in 1947, India adhered to socialist policies. Attempts were made to liberalize economy in...
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  • Industry
    industry to innovate and upgrade. The most important indices of competitiveness are productivity of both labour and capital. The concept of attaining competitiveness on the basis of low cost and abundant labour, favourable exchange rates, low interest rates and concessional duty structure is becoming inadequate...
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  • L'Oreal
    lower wages will reduce Dell’s cost of production. However the impact of wage costs in Poland compared to Ireland depends on how far Dell depends on labour – E.g. Automation may be involved. 2. Analyse two reasons why the Polish government were willing to pay a €52.7 million aid package to attract Dell...
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  • Luxury Automobiles
    adaptation to local conditions 12 Investigation of local partnerships 12 Development of manufacturing centres 12 Appendix 13 Luxury Car Marketing in India- the past, present and Future There is saying “For a luxury car to remain a luxury car, its features have to stay ahead of the innovative curve”. ...
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  • Role of Trade Unions in National and International Context
    Historical Development of Trade Union 1 III. History of Trade Union in India 2 1. Trade Union in India: Formation of First Union Association 2 2. Trade Union in India: Formation of the First Trade Union 3 IV. Phases of Trade Union in India 3 1. First phase: 3 2. Second phase: 3 3. Third phase:...
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  • Essay
    merchants from towns & cities began moving to the countryside supplying money to the peasants & artisans to produce for the international markets. --As demands were increasing, merchants could not expand in the urban areas because of the existing TRADE GUILDS.-(these were the associations of...
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  • Tourism in India
    Tourism in India - 13 million child labour in tourism sector India Booming in Child Labour! Its shameful to know that India as an emerging market or power has rampant growth of child labour as well. Tourism in India is booming….growing….scaling new heights…country is earning well in foreign exchange...
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  • Automation In The Manufacturing Industry
    Automation knowledge that produces quality goods at low cost has now become a commodity – everyone knows how to do it. Case Study China • China's labor market is shrinking • The pool of rural surplus labor has declined dramatically, to 25 million last year from 120 million in 2007. Part of the reason is...
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  • Child Labour
    Child labour in India Child labour in India is the practice where children engage in economic activity, on part or full-time basis. The practice deprives children of their childhood, and is harmful to their physical and mental development. Poverty, lack of good schools and growth of informal economy...
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  • Recruitment and Selection
    SECOND NATIONAL LABOUR COMMISSION INDUSTRY AND EMPLOYMENT PERSPECTIVE Dr C S Venkata Ratnam Abstract: This paper is presented in four parts. Part provides an introduction by way of stating the contextual factors and key expectations from the 2nd National Commission on Labour. Part II examines...
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  • Export Import
    CARPET INDUSTRIES OF INDIA CONTENTS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 4 INTRODUCTION 5 TYPES OF CARPETS 6 MAJOR CARPET PRODUCING CENTERS IN INDIA 7 MARKET SIZE AND SEGMENTATION 9 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 10 GLOBAL MARKET FOR CARPETS 11 PRESENT...
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  • Garment Indstry
    Garments Industry in India: Some Reflections on Size Distribution of Firms Satyaki Roy The context There has been a significant relocation of global manufacture followed by a restructuring of global trade in the past two decades. It seems that both in respect to the quantum as well as in terms of...
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  • Service Sector India vs China
    SERVICE SECTOR INDIA v/s CHINA BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (2012-2013) PROJECT GUIDE: Prof. ZEENAT KHAN SUBMITTED BY DHRUMIN PANDYA ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- CHIKITSAK SAMUHA’S S.S. & L.S. PATKAR COLLEGE...
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  • indian economy growth
     ECONOMIC GROWTH OF INDIA Economic Development in India In past decade The economic development in India followed  socialist-inspired policies for most of its independent history, including state-ownership of many sectors;  India's per capita...
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  • Dumping Legal Defination
    LEGAL DEFINITION 2. The act of selling goods at less than fair market value, typically for the purpose of injuring a competitor and gaining market share. 3. The selling of large amounts of a stock, or stocks in general, at whatever market prices are in effect. For example, investors might dump stocks...
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  • Social
    INDIA AND THE WORLD When did UNO come in to force? Where is the head quarter of UNO? What is the present total number of member nations of UNO? Who played an important role in establishing UNO? Name the organs of UNO? What are the aims of UNO? Name the...
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  • Industry Analysis
    investment in it.     Technical revolutions sometimes bring unexpected opportunities for countries (Arora et al. 2001). The developing economy of India seems to have found this opportunity in the Information Technology (IT) revolution. The success story of the Indian Software Industry is one of evolution...
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