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Innovating for Growth: The Story of Ingersoll Rand, India
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2013)
This is a study of Ingersoll Rand India where a leader is addled with decision taken by the head office in the United States to hive off all profitable businesses in India and only work with businesses that are new or ...
Estimating urban – rural income differential in major states of India
In this paper, we have attempted to estimate the urban – rural income differential (URID) for 15 major states based on readily available data on GSDP by sectors, population and employment by sectors and urban – rural ...
Gender and child labour in cottonseed production in India: a case study of Gujarat
(Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 2008-11-11)
Examines the nature and extent of practice of child labour and the gender dimension of labour use in hybrid cottonseed farming in the state of Gujarat.
Employee Identity in Indian Call Centres
(Response/Sage Publications, 2011-01-12)
Based on a series of qualitative inquiries exploring employee experiences of work in international facing call centres in Mumbai and Bangalore, India, this book presents the lived experience of call centre agents, coupled ...
Energy system transitions and macroeconomic assessment of the Indian building sector
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-10-03)
India’s energy sector has grown rapidly in recent years with buildings playing a major role as they constitute about 40% of India’s final energy demand. This paper provides a quantitative model-based assessment of the ...
Partially empowering but not decent? The contradictions of online labour markets
Online labour markets (OLMs) are new global workplaces that represent the latest wave of offshoring. Indians have a strong presence on OLMs, being freelancers on both international and national platforms, adding to the ...
The dyestuff industry in Gujarat: environmental issues
This chapter discusses the problems of managing environmental impacts of the dyestuff industry in India. India's dyestuff industry is concentrated in the state of Gujarat along the Golden Corridor which runs from north to ...
Smallholder organisation through farmer (producer) companies for modern markets: experiences of Sri Lanka and India
(Edward Elgar, 2016)
Farmer collectives are viewed as an important element in linking smallholders with modern markets as they provide many benefits for this interface. This chapter examines the experience of a unique set of farmer collectives. ...