• Financial Analysis of Wipro Technologies
    project is to perform a financial and trend analysis of Wipro Technologies Private Limited by extracting the balance sheet and profit & loss account statements and calculating different ratios related to Profitability, Liquidity, Asset Management and Long-Term Debt Paying Ability. Also, I will be doing...
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  • IMF loan and debt structuring
     External Debt Development and Management: Some Reflections on India Dr HK Pradhan Professor of Finance and Economics XLRI Jamshedpur India Regional Workshop on Capacity-building for External Debt Management in the Era of Rapid Globalization 6-7 July 2004 Bangkok ...
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  • Capital Flows to India
    BIS Papers No 44 235 Capital flows to India Rakesh Mohan1 Introduction In most of the period since the mid-1990s, external sector developments in India have been marked by strong capital flows. Capital inflows, which were earlier mainly confined to smallscale official concessional finance, gained...
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  • poverty
    unparalleled prosperity that saw a burgeoning middle-income group and saw the poor becoming more and more isolated from the mainstream of American life. Public preoccupations with the increasing affluence of the middle class both obscured poverty and outmoded the definitions of it that were used decades before...
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  • Global Wealth Report
    (using official exchange rates).The first chart shows changes in mean wealth over 2000–11. Since exchange-rate fluctuations can alter the apparent trend, for each country, we provide an alternative series using its average USD exchange rate over the twelve years. A typical pattern is a mild decline in...
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  • Economic Indicators of BRICS nations
    predominantly contribute to global economic growth in the coming decade, though it has posed several challenges in countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China. There have been studies showing that there may be a major shift in the global economic balance and it is foreseen that BRIC countries may...
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  • Term Paper
    International companies associated with this sector have stimulated, assisted and spearheaded this dynamic development in the past 53 years and helped to put India on the pharmaceutical map of the world. Growth Scenario in 2010 : India's pharmaceutical industry is now the third largest in the world in terms...
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  • Indian Economy
    Indian Economy National Income of India 90 Concepts of National Income 91 Methods of Measuring National Income 91 CSO Releases National Income-Related Estimates for 2009-10 and 2010-11 92 PMEAC’s Review of the Economy 2010-11 93 Estimates of National Income in India Some Aspects of Indian Economy ...
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  • Toc Banking
    Synopsis Industry Insight: Indian Retail Banking (2006 edition) Retail banking in India has fast emerged as one of the major drivers of the overall banking industry and has witnessed enormous growth in the recent past. The Retail Banking Report encompasses extensive study & analysis of this rapidly...
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  • Economics
    Public Disclosure Authorized WPS6409 Policy Research Working Paper 6409 Public Disclosure Authorized Subnational Fiscal Policy in Large Developing Countries Some Lessons from the 2008–09 Crisis for Brazil, China and India Shahrokh Fardoust V.J. Ravishankar Public Disclosure Authorized ...
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  • Public Administration
    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ( CODE NO. 18) PAPER – I PART - I Administrative Theory 1. Meaning, Scope and Significance of Public Administration, Public and Private administration, Wilson's vision of Public administrations, Evolution of the discipline and its present status. 2. New Public Administration...
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  • Public Expinditure
    publi PUBLIC EXPENDITURE by Valentino Piana (2001) Contents 1. Significance 2. Composition 3. Determinants 4. Impact on other variables 5. Long-term trends 6. Business cycle behaviour 7. Data 8. Related papers 9. Formal models Significance Public expenditure...
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  • |Financing a Thermal Power Plant in India
    | |Financing a thermal power plant in INDIA | SUBMITTED BY: (Name) Amit Sood MBA-IB (2010-2012) ...
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  • Sub Sovereign Bonds
    experience of the US, it develops a supply and demand side framework for analysis of the market for sub-sovereign bonded debt in developing countries and applies this framework to Mexico, India and South Africa. Finally, it draws lessons for countries seeking to promote markets for sub-sovereign bonds. Evidence...
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  • Emerging Country Equity Markets
     This  essay  discusses  the   strong   growth   of   the   four   main   emerging   equity   markets   –   China,   India,   Brazil   and   Russia.   Growth   has   been   supported   by   economic   and   financial   developments   in   these...
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  • Indian Fiscal Deficit
    Fiscal Deficit-Economic Growth Nexus in India: A Cointegration analysis Ranjan Kumar Mohanty1 Abstract The basic aim of the study is to examine both the short run and long run relationship between fiscal deficit and economic growth in India by covering the time period from 1970-71 to 201112. Johansen...
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  • documentary
    population fraction and wealth share, for instance China accounts for 21.4 % of global world population yet only 9.2% of global wealth. In Africa and India, the population share exceed wealth share by a factor of 10. Distribution of wealth across regions: A person only needs 40,000 to be in the wealthiest...
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  • FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT ACT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE STATES
    PUBLIC FINANCE POLICY REPORT FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT ACT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE STATES BY: NIPUN KHEMKA(10HS20028) MOHIT KHETPAL (10MA20030) Introduction: Since its external crisis of the early nineties, India has witnessed a turnaround on most indicators of macro-economic...
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  • Non Performing Loans and Terms of Credit of Public Sector Banks in India-- an Empirical Assessment
    Reserve Bank of India Occasional Papers Vol. 24, No. 3, Winter 2003 Non-Performing Loans and Terms of Credit of Public Sector Banks in India: An Empirical Assessment Rajiv Ranjan and Sarat Chandra Dhal* This paper explores an empirical approach to the analysis of commercial banks' nonperforming...
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  • Internationa Capital
    this issuing process. The banks underwrite the securities. That is, they guarantee a minimum price for a business's securities and sell them to the public. Since the primary market is limited to issuing new securities only, it is of lesser importance than the secondary market C. Internationalization...
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