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    • Macro economic theory and policy: a perspective 

      Gupta, G. S. (2010-07-27)
      The paper provides a brief account of the scope and developments in macro economic theory and policy. In particular, it highlights the significant determinants of economic well-being and of the effectiveness of economic ...
    • Macroeconomic analysis fo the union budget 1997 - 98 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-04-03)
      The Union Budget for 1997-98 has been widely acclaimed as a historic budget. In view of the serious differences among different members of the coalition government on major economic issues ranging from the size of fiscal ...
    • Macroeconomic analysis of housing demand and housing investment in India 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-03-22)
      An attempt is made in this paper to examine various aspects of housing demand and housing investment in India. The main objectives of the study area: (i) to estimate the income and price elasticity of demand for housing ...
    • Macroeconomic analysis of the union budget 1996-97 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-04-05)
      The Union Budget for 1996-97 was the maiden budget of the recently formed United Front Government. Given the political context and the economic scenario, the formulation of this budget was a fairly difficult task. An attempt ...
    • Macroeconomic analysis of the union budget 1998-99 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1998-09-01)
      Union Budget 1998-99 was the maiden budget of the newly elected coalition government led by the BJP. There were apprehensions about the economic philosophy of the new government indicating the possibility of a reversal of ...
    • Macroeconomic analysis of union budget 1995-96 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-03-27)
      Union Budget for 1995-96 was the fifth consecutive budget presented by Dr. Manmohan Singh, the main architect of India s recent economy policy reforms. Formulation of this budget was, however, a more difficult task than ...
    • Macroeconomic Framework for Development in Gujarat 

      Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2009-09-02)
      The paper begins by discussing need for developing a regional accounting framework and estimating relevant variables to formulate realistic growth targets and appropriate development strategy in the reform era for the ...
    • Macroeconomic performance and tax revenue the case of gujarat state 

      Dholakia, Archana; Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2010-01-16)
      It is hypothesised that the tax revenues of a state economy would be sensitive to the macroeconomic performance of the state economy measured in terms of inflation and the growth of real income. The case of Gujarat state ...
    • Make in India: Re-chanting the Mantra with a Difference 

      Deodhar, Satish (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2015)
      Make in India is an old mantra. It was very much there during India‟s colonial period and the post-independence decades till 1991, and now it has been pronounced from the ramparts of Red Fort. The paper attempts to trace ...
    • Making way for foreign trade marks: the new trade mark law in India 

      Pathak, Akhileshwar (2010-04-06)
      Following the requirements of the General Agreement on Trade and Tariff (GATT), India enacted the Trade Marks Act, 1999, replacing the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act of 1958. The new law has come into effect only ...
    • Malaysia's privatization programme 

      Dholakia, Bakul H.; Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2010-03-26)
      Malaysia is among the first few developing countries that launched a large scale programme of privatisation of public enterprises. Malaysia s experience of formulating and implementing the privatisation programme is generally ...
    • Male and female managers in United States and India: a study of change agent styles personality factors and biographical differences 

      Ottaway, Richard N.; Bhatnagar, Deepti (2010-03-19)
      4his paper reports results of a study conducted to investigate the differences in male and female managers in America and India. Two samples were used, one male and one female, in each country. The samples were matched ...
    • Management and operations of regional rural banks: two case studies 

      Wadhva, Charan D. (2010-03-13)
      This paper presents the findings of two such case studies. The banks selected are the Haryana Kshtriya Gramin Bank, Bhiwani (Haryana) and the Jaipur Nagaur Aanchalik Gramin Bank, Jaipur (Rajasthan). These two banks are ...
    • Management Capacity Assessment for National Health Programs: A study of RCH Program in Gujarat State 

      Ramani, K. V.; Mavalankar, Dileep (2009-08-13)
      We would like to acknowledge the financial support from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for carrying out this study. We would like to thank the Gujarat State Department of Health and ...
    • Management contribution to population programs: an overview 

      Satia, J. K.; Maru, Rushikesh M. (2010-03-14)
      A considerable effort has been devoted all over the world during the last decade on improvement in management of population programmes. This paper reviews experiences in selected developing countries and addresses the ...
    • Management control in banks: some issues for consideration 

      Govindarajan, V.; Ramamurthy, B. (2010-03-18)
      This paper examines the following issues: (i) Should branches of commercial banks be treated as profit centers or not? (ii) What should be the transfer pricing policy with regard to funds transferred from branches to Head ...
    • Management education in India 

      Khandwalla, Pradip N. (2010-04-17)
      The paper briefly sketches the history and special features of Indian management education. It offers an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities. It concludes that while the prospects are uncommonly ...
    • Management in our backyard 

      Khandwalla, Pradip N. (2010-03-20)
      The paper describes the tentative conclusions from interviews with a variety of individuals with respect to indigenous modes of management and also from the study of the annual reports of about 200 companies. Evidence ...
    • Management interventions in established bureaucracies: IIM's experiences in population programme management 

      Maru, Rushikesh; Murthy, Nirmala; Satia, J. K. (2010-03-13)
      The paper describes the process of designing the implementing management interventions in the health department of Uttar Pradesh. The interventions were in the areas of planning, monitoring and performance evaluation, ...
    • Management issues of biogas programme: a case of Bihar: 1984 - 1986 

      Moulik, T. K.; Shukla, P. R.; Mehta, Swati (2010-03-15)
      In these days of depleting sources of conventional energy the development of non conventional energy and renewable sources of energy has gained momentum. India, has about 75% of it's population in rural areas. Biogas being ...