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    • Group decision theory and production planning problems 

      Abad, Prakash; Lahiri, Somdeb (2010-03-26)
      In the present work it is argued that a group decision problem can be viewed as a problem in output choice of a regulated firm and conversely. Having developed the above isomorphism, we turn to a related problem: that ...
    • Group in Organizations 

      Bhatnagar, Jyotsana; Singh, J. P. (2010-03-28)
      This note deals with the basics of Group Dynamics. It discusses the nature and types of groups in organization and elaborates on the need to study group behavior as well as why individuals join groups. The note also discusses ...
    • Growth Acceleration and Potential in Gujarat 

      Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2009-08-08)
      The paper begins by considering the growth experience of Gujarat in 17 sectors compared to the nation during the pre-reform period of 1980-92 and reform period of 1991-2004 identifying areas of strength and weaknesses. ...
    • Growth Acceleration and Potential in Gujarat 

      Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2009-03-11)
      The paper begins by considering the growth experience of Gujarat in 17 sectors compared to the nation during the pre-reform period of 1980-92 and reform period of 1991-2004 identifying areas of strength and weaknesses. ...
    • Growth Acceleration and Potential in Gujarat 

      Dholakia, Ravindra H. (2009-08-31)
      The paper begins by considering the growth experience of Gujarat in 17 sectors compared to the nation during the pre-reform period of 1980-92 and reform period of 1991-2004 identifying areas of strength and weaknesses. ...
    • Growth and economics of pesticide use in India: overview - analysis of the environment, patterns and market potential 

      Gandhi, Vasant P. (2009-12-12)
      The pesticide industry is the most dynamic agricultural input industry in India, being substantially in private hands. Yet the pesticide use levels in India are among the lowest in the world. This paper presents an ...
    • Growth and instability in Gujarat agriculture 

      George, P. S.; Kumar, Krishna (2010-03-13)
      The agricultural development strategy followed in India during various Five Year Plans laid emphasis on achieving growth and stability in agricultural production and equity in distribution of grains from increased production ...
    • Growth of a social change organization: a case study of SIDH 

      Bhatnagar, Deepti (2009-12-12)
      This report is the outcome of a study of Society for Integrated Development of Himalayas (SIDH), a social change organisation working in the Jaunpur block of the Tehri Garhwal district in Uttar Pradesh. This is sequel to ...
    • Growth of Factor Inputs and Total Factor Productivity in Public Sector Enterprises in India 

      Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-03-13)
      This study makes an attempt to examine the trend in Total Factor Productivity in the public sector enterprises by estimating and analyzing the contributions made by major factor inputs to the growth rate of not product ...
    • Growth of foodgrains production inIndia, 1960-61 to 1975-76 sources of growth and future prospects 

      Desai, Gunvant M. (2010-03-12)
      This paper focuses on growth in foodgrains (FGs) production in India between 1960-61 and 1975-76. To understand the sources of this growth, we have scrutinized year to year changes in FGs production, estimated the relative ...
    • Growth of new stoves - a model 

      Sharan, Girja (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1990-01-01)
      Promotion of new wood stoves has been made into a nation-wide time-bound program. At present, setting of targets in each area proceeds somewhat arbitrarily. Generally, no account is taken of the mechanics of absorption. ...
    • Growth of total factor productivity in Indian agriculture 

      Dholakia, Ravindra H.; Dholakia, Bakul H. (2010-03-23)
      In the present study the sources of Growth of Indian agriculture have been estimated for three sub-periods during 1950-51 to 1988-89. It also estimates the contribution of adverse weather conditions and intensity of resource ...
    • Growth of tractors in India: past and future 

      Sharan, Girja; Kayastha, Sandeep (2010-03-25)
      A casual, discrete, dynamic mathematical model to describe the growth of tractors in India has been proposed. It is able to describe the past pattern of growth quite closely, and yields results that are much better than ...
    • Growth of trade unionism in India 

      Verma, Pramod; Mookherjee, S.; Rai, Ajai K. (2010-03-20)
      This paper gives a historical account of trade unionism. It considers political, economic and social developments which have moulded the growth pattern of trade unionism in India. The survey is divided into various phases ...
    • Growth performance of niger crop: a state-wise analysis 

      Rao, V. M. (2010-03-20)
      Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra are the major producers of Niger seed in India. Despite alteration in their relative shares, these four states together continue to dominate the scene in terms of area and production. ...
    • Growth strategy for tiny and rural industries sector need for marketing orientation 

      Khurana, Rakesh (2010-03-25)
      The paper proposes a three-dimensional conceptual framework for understanding the pedagogical methods. It discusses the characteristics of behaviour simulation and the relevant concepts of learning for these. Various ...
    • Growth variations across developing countries: how much and why 

      Gupta, G. S. (2010-03-19)
      The paper examines the extent and the causes of variations in economic growth across twenty-nine developing countries. The sample countries come from Asia, Africa, and South/Central America. It finds that while Brazil, ...
    • gTime, gDate and a gCalender 

      Singh, J. P. (2010-03-28)
      The emergence of a cyberconnected Global Village demonstrates the need for a universal time for global events. A professor at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad argues that we need to delink the measurement ...
    • The guru shishya relationship: some implications for educational institutions 

      Sastry, S. Trilochan (2010-03-25)
      In this paper we trace the historical basis of the Gurushishya relationship and explore its implications for modern education. Our hypothesis is that this relationship is rooted in a religious and spiritual basis and that ...