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    • Brave new world of young Indian decision elites 

      Sambrani, Shreekant; Garg, Pulin K. (2010-07-27)
      Among the young elite decision-makers in modern India, Indian Administrative Service (IAS) probationers and management graduates from institutions such as Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) rank high. They come from ...
    • Control of shifting cultivation: the need for an integrative approach and systematic appraisal 

      Gupta, Tirath; Sambrani, Shreekant (2010-03-22)
      The paper proposes an analytical framework for assessing schemes for control of shifting cultivation. Necessary and sufficient conditions relating to per capita income, its growth rate, internal rate of return, availability ...
    • Does futurology have a future in India? 

      Sambrani, Shreekant; Dholakia, Nikhilesh (2010-07-27)
      A population growth rate of around 2 per cent per annum being the one certainty of India's future, predictions have varied between Malthusian nightmares and blissful utopias. The methods used for arriving at these conclusions ...
    • Employment generation in Panchmahals 

      Sambrani, Shreekant (2010-03-13)
      Panchmahals is a relatively backward district in east-central Gujarat. It is largely hilly and tribal. The district as a whole is highly susceptible to droughts and scarcity conditions, owing primarily to the uneven and ...
    • Integrated rural development through farmers' organizations 

      Desai, Gunvant M.; Sambrani, Shreekant (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 1977-03-01)
    • Managing the agriculture sector 

      Sambrani, Shreekant (2010-03-20)
      The paper attempts a broader, systems definition of the agriculture sector. It tries to establish the relevance of managerial concerns to tasks of decision-making in the agriculture sector. This is done through brief ...
    • Transforming the rural poor: the big push revisited 

      Sambrani, Shreekant (2010-03-20)
      The paper reexamines the logic and relevance of the big push in transforming the rural poor. Theories of circular causation of poverty and immanent economic controversies, such as the critical minimum effort, balanced vs. ...