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Money,finance and economic development; the case of India
Contemporary macro theory has taken a peculiar stand on the role of the institution of’ money and the financial system in the economic processes of’ a market economy. Though it has paid B great deal of attention to the ...
Organisational restructuring an exploratory study of Indian organizations
Globally organizations look at restructuring to increase competitiveness and enhance performance under uncertain business environment. The western economics witnessed a spurt of restructuring in the 1980s as a response to ...
Exports and economic growth in India: - an empirical investigation
It has often been argued that the external sector constitutes a small proportion of India’s economy (imports and exports as a proportion of GNP were 8.2 per cent and 6.2 per cent respectively for 1990/91), and hence trade ...
Innovative and non-innovative determinants of viability of rural banking by nationalized commercial banks
The Nationalized Commercial Banks (NCBs) have played an important role in economic development of the rural areas by promoting credit and deposit services for agriculture and allied sectors through their branches. This has ...