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Indian agriculture: retrospective and prospects
As India has depend almost exclusively on her own efforts and resources, she must not depend too much on external markets in the short run. She must economize on resources in all fronts ans channel them towards building ...
The Milky way
Price thresholds in a promotion Intensive environment: how consumers optimally make decisions on how much to buy
How do consumers behave when they are confronted with price promotions at the retail level? Do they buy as much as they can and stock for future? Do they postpone their purchases in anticipation of further price cuts? Do ...
A new approach to system reliability
Calculating system-reliability via the knowledge of structure function is not new. Such attempts have been made in the classical 1975 book by Barlow & Proschan. But they had to compromise with the increasing complexity ...
Desired: a phased implementation of ERP
The business problem faced by ELIL currently is how to cope with competition and improve its market and financial performance. On pages 59 and 60 of the case, it was stated that the competitors, because of their small ...
No return, no refund: an analysis of deposit refund systems
Firms and governments in developed economies frequently employ deposit-refund systems to promote return and reuse of product packages and containers. We analyze a model of monopoly facing heterogeneous consumers in which ...
Precious shipping public company limited
Precious Shipping Public Company Limited (PSL) went through a process of financial restructuring in response to the economic crisis that hit Thailand in 1997. PSL faced trouble since payments were due in dollars and ...
Supply chain management: the imperative evolution