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    • A review of health system infection control measures in developing countries: What can be learned to reduce maternal mortality 

      Hussein J.; Mavalankar D.V.; Sharma S.; D'Ambruoso L. (2011)
      A functional health system is a necessary part of efforts to achieve maternal mortality reduction in developing countries. Puerperal sepsis is an infection contracted during childbirth and one of the commonest causes of ...
    • A Review on Bilevel Optimization: From Classical to Evolutionary Approaches and Applications 

      Sinha A.; Malo P.; Deb K. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2018)
      Bilevel optimization is defined as a mathematical program, where an optimization problem contains another optimization problem as a constraint. These problems have received significant attention from the mathematical ...
    • A scoping review of the contributions of farmers' organizations to smallholder agriculture 

      Bizikova L.; Nkonya E.; Minah M.; Hanisch M.; Turaga R.M.R.; Speranza C.I.; Karthikeyan M.; Tang L.; Ghezzi-Kopel K.; Kelly J.; Celestin A.C.; Timmers B. (Springer Nature, 2020)
      Farmers' organizations (FOs), such as associations, cooperatives, self-help and women's groups, are common in developing countries and provide services that are widely viewed as contributing to income and productivity for ...
    • A snapshot of gut microbiota of an adult urban population from Western region of India 

      Tandon D.; Haque M.M.; Saravanan R.; Shaikh S.; Sriram P.; Dubey A.K.; Mande S.S. (Public Library of Science, 2018)
      The human gut microbiome contributes to a broad range of biochemical and metabolic functions that directly or indirectly affect human physiology. Several recent studies have indicated that factors like age, geographical ...
    • A System Dynamic Study of Apple Movement from Orchards to Wholesale Market 

      Sharan G.; Kayastha S. (SAGE Publications Ltd, 1997)
      This paper presents a simulation model of fruit movement from orchards in Himachal Pradesh to the market of Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) in Delhi. Daily arrivals in Delhi as predicted by the model are ...
    • A-One Starch Products (A1) 

      Jain, Abhinandan K.; Saha, Jahar (Prentice Hall, 2010-07-09)
    • A-One Starch Products Limited (A) 

      Jain, Abhinandan K.; Saha, Jahar (2010-08-17)
      A-One Starch Products Limited established in the late thirties, member of a large business group, manufactures starch and its derivatives for many diverse industries, and is the acknowledged industry leader for its ...
    • The Aadhaar debate: Where are the sociologists? 

      Khera, Reetika (Sage Journals, 2018)
      The Aadhaar project which aims to provide all residents in India with a unique identity number requires much more attention from sociologists of India. There are several areas of research where sociologists can help: one, ...
    • Aadhar and privacy 

      Khera, R. (Orient Black Swan, 2018)
    • Aakash Book Store 

      Sinha, Piyush Kumar (2010-09-03)
      This case discusses possible entry strategy of Aakash Book Store into Ahmedabad market. The chain store was operating in the state of Kerala. The owner of the chain, Aakash Shetty was evaluating possible entry into the ...
    • ABC Bank Credit Card for Farmers 

      Bhattacharjee, Sourindra; Desai, Bhupat M. (2010-08-13)
      This case highlights the failure of top-down approach as well as the product not matching the actual needs of the farmer-borrower. Rigid and centralized decision-making process, developing product alien to farmers, etc. ...
    • ABC Fisheries Limited (A) 

      Srivastava, U. K. (2010-08-04)
    • ABC Fisheries Limited (B) 

      Srivastava, U. K. (2010-08-04)
    • ABC Inc. (Tata Infotech Limited) 

      Sinha, Piyush Kumar; Raghuram, G. (2010-08-24)
    • ABC Investments 

      Jain, Rekha (2010-08-05)
    • ABC State Road Transport Corporation: Fuelling Plan of Buses 

      Raghuram, G.; Padmanabhan, Gita (2010-08-04)
      This case describes how the fueling plan of buses can affect the fuel expenditure, since the prices of fuel differ in various locations. The objective of this case is to pick up fuel at the cheapest points, ensuring that ...
    • ABC’s Search for the Pied Piper of Consultants 

      Sharma, Sunil; Srinivasa, Addepalli (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 2014)
      The case provides rich description of an actual decision making situation related to selection of a consulting company. An Indian company that has recently acquired a US-based manufacturer of widgets, intends to capture ...
    • ABS Tyres 

      Banerjee, Arindam; Banerjee, Bibek (2010-08-31)
    • ABS Tyres 

      Banerjee, Arindam (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 2013)
      ABS Tyres was a medium sized 2-wheeler tyre manufacturer which sold most of its tyres through the OEM channel (sale of tyres fitted in new vehicle). It had minimal presence in the replacement market, the direct to consumer ...
    • Absence of economic and social constants 

      Chakrabarti, Anindya; Lahkar, Ratul (Springer, 2016)
      In this article, we discuss the possibility of economics as a discipline emulating the success of hard sciences. In our view, a fundamental obstacle arises from the fact that economics does not have (m)any stable and ...