growth of agricultural exports in india



K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development Новинка

K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development

Agriculture occupies an important place in the economic life of Kerala, Republic of India as it provides the key to economic growth and fluctuations there in; overall economic growth of the state is greatly influenced by growth achieved in agricultural sector. In terms of per capita income and production, Kerala is lagging behind many of the Indian States. But in terms of Human Development Index and life standard of the people, Kerala is much ahead of the most other states in India and on par with some of the developed countries. The book will help the students, scientists and policy makers to understand the intra-regional disparities of agricultural development in Kerala state.
Dastgir Alam The World Trade Organisation and India.s Agricultural Exports Dastgir Alam The World Trade Organisation and India.s Agricultural Exports Новинка

Dastgir Alam The World Trade Organisation and India.s Agricultural Exports

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Trade and Distribution, , language: English, abstract: When World Trade Organisation (WTO) brought agricultural trade in its domain there was great expectation that trade of agricultural items will improve and masses will gain from it through greater market access and better prices particularly to the developing nations. But at the same time there was fear among the developing nations that foul play of some developed nations may have negative impact on market access and better prices for their produce. The present paper analyses the Indian concerns in this respect. It is found that the negative impact of WTO on agricultural commodities exports as it was thought is not a valid case for India. India's agricultural items have got a due respect in international market. Not only the quantity of export has increased but also there is improvement in the prices of agricultural items. Non traditional agricultural items have got greater market access and better prices followed by traditional items and items of future potential.
Mpho Bosupeng The Export-Led Growth Hypothesis. New Evidence and Implications Mpho Bosupeng The Export-Led Growth Hypothesis. New Evidence and Implications Новинка

Mpho Bosupeng The Export-Led Growth Hypothesis. New Evidence and Implications

Scientific Study from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, University of Botswana, course: Macroeconomics, language: English, abstract: Previous studies on economic growth have shown that countries that relied on exports to propel their economies have been successful in achieving robust economic growth. This study considers Botswana's mineral exports production from 2003 Q1 to 2012 Q4 and relates each export commodity with the GDP. This study applies the Johansen co-integration test and the Granger causality test to determine the applicability of the export-led growth hypothesis for the Botswana economy. The co-integration test shows that there is long run co-movement between GDP and four of Botswana's mineral exports namely: matte; diamonds; copper; nickel and soda ash. In addition, the Granger causality test shows that Botswana's economy propels exports production. From these results, the study nullifies the export-led growth hypothesis and postulates that the Botswana economy rather follows the growth-driven exports hypothesis (GDE). The study further postulates recommendations and also potential areas of research.
Ijirshar Victor Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth In Nigeria Ijirshar Victor Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth In Nigeria Новинка

Ijirshar Victor Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth In Nigeria

This is strictly an examination of the effect of non-oil export on economic growth of Nigeria. The basic aim is to examine the trend and composition of the non-oil export in Nigeria and investigate the extent of the contribution of non-oil export sector to the Nigerian economy. The study generate serious academic interest in evolving new methods and strategies needed in developing non-oil exports for higher productivity and efficient performance which in the long run will result to economic growth and development. Hence it evaluates the federal government incentives and schemes in promoting non-oil export trade promotion in Nigeria with focus on the immense derivable benefits from engaging in non-oil export and the resulting economic growth in Nigeria at aggregate level which are associated with the current international trends in global trade liberation. Virtually all the nations' foreign exchange was obtained from the exportation of oil products due to the economic boom in 1970s. Thus, it is pertinent in this study to discuss the causes and consequences of the neglect of the non-oil export in detail as well as trend examined since 1970 in order to note its growth.
Swaminathan Balasubramaniam, V. D. Tarpara, M. G. Dhandhalya Export Performance of Marine Products from India Swaminathan Balasubramaniam, V. D. Tarpara, M. G. Dhandhalya Export Performance of Marine Products from India Новинка

Swaminathan Balasubramaniam, V. D. Tarpara, M. G. Dhandhalya Export Performance of Marine Products from India

Academic Paper from the year 2017 in the subject Economics - Foreign Trade Theory, Trade Policy, , language: English, abstract: Marine products industry alone has a share of at least 6 per cent in world exports in which India is the fourth largest exporting country after China, Peru and Japan. In fact, out of 7.85 million tonnes (mt) of overall fish production of India, roughly 43 per cent is contributed by the marine sector though it turns out to be less than half to that of India's major competitors in fish trade. Marine products exports play a pivotal role in Indian economy in terms of employment and income generation besides valuable foreign exchange earnings. They have created a huge demand in international trade and are acclaimed to be one of the fastest moving commodities in the world food market.China, Thailand, Vietnam, Chile, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, Peru and South Korea are the main sea-food exporters comprising more than 60 per cent of trade value of marine products. In general, 38 per cent (live weight equivalent) of total fisheries product is traded internationally. But with only 20 per cent of its total fish production entering world trade, Indian seafood exports are far below than the global average.Fortunately, India's vast coastline of 8,129 km stretching almost two-thirds of the country and encompassing an exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of more than 2.2 million sq. km. offers sufficient surplus of fish and fishery products, which is currently under-...
Shahi Amandeep Kaur, Singh Harinder Performance and Prospects of Health Insurance in India Shahi Amandeep Kaur, Singh Harinder Performance and Prospects of Health Insurance in India Новинка

Shahi Amandeep Kaur, Singh Harinder Performance and Prospects of Health Insurance in India

The book "Performance and Prospects of Health Insurance in India" attempts to impart knowledge on the various areas of health insurance. The basic objective of the book is to examine the performance and prospects of health insurance in India. More specifically, the objectives are: (1) To examine the origin, growth pattern and trends of health insurance in India; (2) To evaluate the present status of health Insurance sector in India; (3) To study the problems faced by health insurance sector in India; and (4) To draw policy implications from the empirical analysis. The contents of the book includes: Introduction; Review of Literature; Data sources and methodology; Growth Pattern and Trends of Health Insurance in India; Present Status of Health Insurance Sector in India; Problems and Prospects of Health Insurance Sector; Summary, Conclusion and Policy Implications. The contents of the book are exhaustive and cover a variety of topics on the performance, prospects and current status of health insurance in India.
Pandhare Swati Growth Pattern of Western Indian Children Pandhare Swati Growth Pattern of Western Indian Children Новинка

Pandhare Swati Growth Pattern of Western Indian Children

The term growth and development as used in the studies of physical growth is referred as a process not only intimately linked with time, but also affected by different genetic conditions and environment modifications. In India due to variability in culture, religion, socio-economic status and dietary habits; there are no fixed anthropometric indices has been formulated. And the norms which are laid down for one region are not hold good in the other parts of the country. Also the growth studies especially of preschool age group are very few particularly in India. Thus the present attempt would add to our knowledge of the growth pattern of preschool age group i.e. at birth to 5 year children. The data collected for our study would be useful to be as an anthropometric measurement for reference and comparison with international standard.
M. Dhanalakshmi The Export Marketing of T-Shirts in Tirupur M. Dhanalakshmi The Export Marketing of T-Shirts in Tirupur Новинка

M. Dhanalakshmi The Export Marketing of T-Shirts in Tirupur

This book examines the export marketing of T-shirts in one of the major garment export centres in India, namely, Tirupur (Tamil Nadu). It is a well-acknowledged fact that the knit-wear industry in India accounts for the major share of the country's total textile exports. Also, from the international perspective, the Indian knitwear products are now being sold to almost every country in the world. The Indian knitting industry has been able to win all the sophisticated world markets including the European Union, America, Canada and Japan. It is in this connection, the book examines the problems, procedure and prospects of the T-Shirts exports from Tirupur.
Pranab Bardhan Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay. Assessing the Economic Rise of China and India Pranab Bardhan Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay. Assessing the Economic Rise of China and India Новинка

Pranab Bardhan Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay. Assessing the Economic Rise of China and India

The recent economic rise of China and India has attracted a great deal of attention--and justifiably so. Together, the two countries account for one-fifth of the global economy and are projected to represent a full third of the world's income by 2025. Yet, many of the views regarding China and India's market reforms and high growth have been tendentious, exaggerated, or oversimplified. Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay scrutinizes the phenomenal rise of both nations, and demolishes the myths that have accumulated around the economic achievements of these two giants in the last quarter century. Exploring the challenges that both countries must overcome to become true leaders in the international economy, Pranab Bardhan looks beyond short-run macroeconomic issues to examine and compare China and India's major policy changes, political and economic structures, and current general performance. Bardhan investigates the two countries' economic reforms, each nation's pattern and composition of growth, and the problems afflicting their agricultural, industrial, infrastructural, and financial sectors. He considers how these factors affect China and India's poverty, inequality, and environment, how political factors shape each country's pattern of burgeoning capitalism, and how significant poverty reduction in both countries is mainly due to domestic factors--not global integration, as most would believe. He shows how authoritarianism has distorted Chinese deve...
J. R. C. Nicolls Agricultural engineering in India J. R. C. Nicolls Agricultural engineering in India Новинка

J. R. C. Nicolls Agricultural engineering in India

Agricultural engineering in India - Irrigation is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1888.Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature.Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
Katharina Böhm-Klamt Growth of GDP per capita and Democracy. A Simultaneous Equation Generalized Probit Model Katharina Böhm-Klamt Growth of GDP per capita and Democracy. A Simultaneous Equation Generalized Probit Model Новинка

Katharina Böhm-Klamt Growth of GDP per capita and Democracy. A Simultaneous Equation Generalized Probit Model

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: 1, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Institut für Makroökonomie), language: English, abstract: The paper examines a potential reverse causality between the growth of GDP per capita and Democracy (data from Policy IV project). Therefore, a simultaneous equation generalized probit model is used. In the first step, the model is estimated under the assumption that the relationship between economic growth and democracy is linear and in the second step under the assumption the relationship is quadratic. Additional exogenous variables are the degree of urbanization, the age of the regime and the percentage of non-fuel exports in total exports. Further, the influence of religion is taken into account, whereby religion and ethnicity are distinguished. It is observed that the ethnical fragmentation has the opposite effect of religious fragmentation. The outcomes suggest that economic growth and the degree of a country´s democratization indeed are mutually dependent and should not be treated as independent. Additional the outcomes confirm the idea that the relationship between growth and democracy is quadratic.
Ambhore Shivaji S., Choudhary Suwarna J. India.s Trade Relations with European Union Ambhore Shivaji S., Choudhary Suwarna J. India.s Trade Relations with European Union Новинка

Ambhore Shivaji S., Choudhary Suwarna J. India.s Trade Relations with European Union

India is one of the first country who developing relation with the European Union. The EU is India's largest trading partner accounting one-fifth share in both export and import. Several agreements have been signed between the EU and India in the past few years, resulting in even more imports and exports, both of goods and services. This book analyses the trade relations between India and the European Union during 1990 to 2005. Chronology of Indo-EU trade since 1990 and different agreements to boost bilateral trade have been analysed in detail in this book, the comparison between India and EU, concerned to economy, currency, foreign trade etc. In conclusion there is no need for India to feel intimidated by the magnitude of the single market or its importance in world trade. Outside the developed world, India will remain one of the world's two or three largest and still expanding imports markets. India's principal needs are advanced technology and range of India's requirements will command the competing attention of rival suppliers. This would give India sufficient bargaining strength. Finally some suggestions are noted for improvement of India's trade relations with EU.
Chandrika Prasada Manual of agricultural cooperation in Denmark and hints for its adoption in India Chandrika Prasada Manual of agricultural cooperation in Denmark and hints for its adoption in India Новинка

Chandrika Prasada Manual of agricultural cooperation in Denmark and hints for its adoption in India

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "Ajmer Scottish Mission Industries Co", 1917 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.Manual of agricultural cooperation in Denmark and hints for its adoption in India.
Sahidul Ahmed Quality of Secondary Education. A Case Study of Tripura Sahidul Ahmed Quality of Secondary Education. A Case Study of Tripura Новинка

Sahidul Ahmed Quality of Secondary Education. A Case Study of Tripura

The definition of quality education depends upon the subject's perspective. For example, for the students it may stand for the facilities provided to them; for parents it may be the learning outcomes; for teachers it may be the improvement of teaching learning processes; for prospective employers it may be the nature of the output. Secondary education takes a vital part in the formation of active citizens and also plays a critical role in addressing the emerging human development concerns in countries engaged in building knowledge societies to stay connected to the process of globalization. The role of secondary education in the growth of a nation is paramount and significant, more particularly in developing countries. Secondary education is the single largest supplier of labour force in most of the developing countries, including India. In view of the relation between education and economic growth in a less developed state like India, it is not the highly sophisticated manpower but the middle level (secondary) manpower that is necessary for enhancing the economic growth. This study deals with secondary education in Tripura, India. Academicians, researchers and students who are interested in studying secondary education in general and secondary education of Tripura in particular are the target group of this book which will surely help them to understand the problem of quality secondary education in India.
Yinghua Jin Is Fiscal Decentralization Good for Economic Growth. Yinghua Jin Is Fiscal Decentralization Good for Economic Growth. Новинка

Yinghua Jin Is Fiscal Decentralization Good for Economic Growth.

This book provides an empirical test of the effects of fiscal decentralization and horizontal fiscal equalization on economic growth and examines the potential trade-off between horizontal fiscal equalization and economic growth in both China and India. A comparative study of these two neighbours in Asia has shown that the degree of fiscal decentralization in both countries is far from the point where its effect on economic growth becomes positive. Despite the dangers of widening disparities in terms of interregional fiscal resource distribution from further decentralization, no substantial evidence shows a trade-off between horizontal fiscal equalization and growth in either country. In addition, both the 1994 Tax Sharing System (TSS) reform in China and the 1991 economic reforms in India have contributed to economic growth. An in-depth and more thorough going fiscal decentralization with greater emphasis on equalization of fiscal disparities are required in order to assure sustainable economic growth as well as social harmony in these two Asian countries.
Bimal Jalan Emerging India Bimal Jalan Emerging India Новинка

Bimal Jalan Emerging India

"As India marks the twenty-year milestone of economic liberalization, some concerns about the country's future prospects as an emerging power are beginning to be voiced; often, these stem from the past history of sharp swings in India's fortunes. Bimal Jalan, one of the country's well-known economists and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, has closely followed the path of India's economic policies across its changing trajectories, from before the time the economy was liberalized to the very present The pieces that appear here were all written during the last twenty years, with the exception of three prescient notes from the mid-1970s highlighting the need for economic reforms to foster growth. The principal thought behind these essays is that, in the past twenty years, India's capacity to grow faster than ever before has increased substantially because of its comparative advantage in relation to other countries. However, Jalan points out that for India to seize the opportunities that lie ahead, it is essential to bring about further reforms in the running of India's politics and administration in order to ensure inclusive and incremental economic growth. "
Subodh Gupta Doing Business in India . Understanding Pitfalls Subodh Gupta Doing Business in India . Understanding Pitfalls Новинка

Subodh Gupta Doing Business in India . Understanding Pitfalls

"The only book on understanding pitfalls while doing business in India" This book focus in details on Indian real estate and retail market, BPO and IT industry, education system and examine some predictions on Indian economic growth by leading consulting organizations. This practical book will create awareness about business environment in India and certainly help you in avoiding the cost of expensive mistake. This book is ideal for business leaders, managers or entrepreneurs from the West who are planning or already doing business in India. About the author: Subodh Gupta was born and brought up in India, has worked for about 12 years in India as an entrepreneur, an engineer, a guest professor to various MBA schools, a training consultant for The Times of India Group and about 3 years in the UK as a freelance trainer and consultant.
Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use Новинка

Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use

Moringa oleifera is one of such alternative, being investigated to ascertain its effect on growth and yield of crops and thus can be promoted among farmers as a possible supplement or substitute to inorganic fertilizers. Among naturally occurring plant growth stimulants, Moringa oleifera has attained enormous attention because of having cytokinin in addition to other growth enhancing compounds like ascorbates, phenolics, other antioxidants along with macro- micro nutrients in its leaves. With these properties, spraying application of moringa leaf extract (MLE) was done in spinach, pea , sudan grass and common bean to evaluate its efficacy as crop growth enhancer. The objective was to optimize dose and extraction method of moringa leaf, enhancement of growth, yield under normal and abiotic stresses (salinity and drought).
Dr. Sushanta Kumar Mahapatra Livelihood pattern of Agricultural Labour Households in Rural India Dr. Sushanta Kumar Mahapatra Livelihood pattern of Agricultural Labour Households in Rural India Новинка

Dr. Sushanta Kumar Mahapatra Livelihood pattern of Agricultural Labour Households in Rural India

The exploration of rural agricultural labour households believes significance, as they represent a vulnerable section of the rural population, whose percentage has increased drastically in almost all the states in India. An important trend in large number of theoretical and empirical studies on the functioning of rural labour markets has been appeared to explain the patterns of income, employment, extent of earning and indebtedness prevalent among these households. This book analyzes the trend in wages, inter-district and intra-district differences in wage rate and gender differences among the rural agricultural labour households in rural Orissa with a view to understand their livelihood pattern. The book also analyzes pattern of employment, income, extent of indebtedness and earning prevalent among rural landless labourers and agricultural households in rural Orissa. Further, the book discusses the prevailing contractual arrangement of the rural labour market. This book would be very useful for students, academicians, researchers, activists and policy makers for understanding the dynamics of rural labour market, wage determination, livelihood pattern and development.
Sanjay Tupe Issues in Financing of New Economy Firms in India Sanjay Tupe Issues in Financing of New Economy Firms in India Новинка

Sanjay Tupe Issues in Financing of New Economy Firms in India

Document from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Finance, Savitribai Phule Pune University, formerly University of Pune (Board for University and College Development, University of Pune - B. Y. K. College of Commerce Nashik-5), course: Minor Research Report - Post Graduate, Phd, M. Phil., language: English, abstract: Indian software industry is of recent origin. It has been growing since signing of international treaty in1994 by Indian government. Since then, India has been emerging as one of the major giant in the field of Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). According to National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), IT Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector has been contributing 7.5 per cent of India's GDP, 25 per cent of India's total export and 10 per cent of total service sector revenue in 2010-11. IT services is the fastest growing segment among the others, it has been growing by 22.7 per cent, and generating export revenue (including hardware) of $69 billion. The share of software service exports from India was recorded around 58 per cent of the total global software service exports in 2011-12.This study is conducted to explore the contribution of Indian software firms in the development of Indian economy since its inception along with it emergence as one of the new industry on the map of Indian corporate and the world. We identify the challenges faced by these industries in general...
Sundas Ali Obstacles to Growth for Small and Medium Enterprises. An Analysis of the SAARC Countries Pakistan, Bangladesh and India Sundas Ali Obstacles to Growth for Small and Medium Enterprises. An Analysis of the SAARC Countries Pakistan, Bangladesh and India Новинка

Sundas Ali Obstacles to Growth for Small and Medium Enterprises. An Analysis of the SAARC Countries Pakistan, Bangladesh and India

Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: A, University of Lahore, course: MS, language: English, abstract: This research will analyze the obstacles faced by small and medium sized enterprises in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India. This research will determine the magnitude of the obstacles and provide the statistics about the obstacles faced by small and medium enterprises in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India by using the data from World Bank Enterprise Survey and with the help of graphical analysis. Moreover growth of firms will be studied by applying Pearson's correlation analysis.
Lalisa Wakuma, Lali Jermana Performance of Agriculture and Its Contributions to Economic Growth Lalisa Wakuma, Lali Jermana Performance of Agriculture and Its Contributions to Economic Growth Новинка

Lalisa Wakuma, Lali Jermana Performance of Agriculture and Its Contributions to Economic Growth

The research was done in wolaita sodo zuria woreda in order to show the performance of agriculture in economic growth taking crop sub sector as the case study area. From the analysis cash crop products are contributing well to the economy of that communal area. From this research one can conclude that investing in agricultural sector in Ethiopia is profitable.so, come and invest in the country to maximize your profit.
Manika Gupta Biological Pathways to Improve Pest Control in Agriculture Manika Gupta Biological Pathways to Improve Pest Control in Agriculture Новинка

Manika Gupta Biological Pathways to Improve Pest Control in Agriculture

India is especially suitable for agricultural products, its vast plains containing alluvial soil with rich natural contents. The major economy of India is based on agricultural products. The green revolution in India brought high hopes for Indian farmers. Several new scientific information helped crop production to grow by leaps and bounds: the more researches, the more intricacies. Further knowledge of pests makes scientists consider several new solutions. The use of chemicals was immediately adopted to decimate the population of pests and, at first, good results were obtained. But later on, harmful effects of the pesticides became known. It was realized later on that the regular use of chemicals in pesticides is extremely dangerous for human health.Generally, chemical pesticides are used to curb the harmful effects of insects and pests. But the immediate gain of this process has an adverse effect on the environment in the long run. Regular use of chemicals leads to insecticide resistance. Then, biodiversity is distributed by pest resurgence and pesticide residues. So, the immediate gain of one generation creates serious problems for the next generation.To sustain agriculture towards its natural mode some new solutions are to be traced. The solution to reduce pesticides is present in the preference for biological management. Predators and parasitoids may be used as natural enemies. In order to gain control over the thrips pests by less harmful means for the agricultural crop...
Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone Новинка

Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Physical Geography, Geomorphology, Environmental Studies, grade: A, Wollega University (Didessa District Education Office), language: English, abstract: Deforestation is a growing problem in many parts of the tropical world and one of the affected countries is Ethiopia. The general objective of this study is to assess the effect of population growth on forest resource in East Wollega Zone in general and Haro Limu woreda in particular. The data used for the study were collected from 89 farm households heads drawn from the four kebeles of Haro Limmu district. Probability proportional to size sampling technique was employed to select the farm households from four peasant associations, which were selected by random sampling techniques. Primary data were collected using a structured questionnaire. In addition, secondary data were extracted from relevant sources to supplement the data obtained from the survey. The result of this study reveals that population growth huge impact on forestry development in the ways of expanding agricultural land, using wood as energy sources and satisfying the input requirements in agricultural activity. Respondents use family planning services in reducing the impact of population growth on the forestry development
Ashish Mohite STUDY OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF CARP SPAWN Ashish Mohite STUDY OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF CARP SPAWN Новинка

Ashish Mohite STUDY OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF CARP SPAWN

Proteins are the most important and essential food components.The growth of the fish depends upon the quality of proteins in the diet. The scientific fish culture in India aims at a high rate of the survival and production of spawn,fry, fingerlings and table sized fish. The aim is achieved by fertilization of the ponds and by providing supplementary feeding to the fish stocks. But, in intensive fish culture systems where the density of spawn, fry and fingerlings per unit water area is kept very high the proteins and certain other nutrients become growth limiting factors. Present study analyzes the effects of various dietary proteins commonly used in the culture practices, on the growth and survival of the common carp spawn.
Dillon Sidney Brown The growth and composition of the tops of peach trees in sand culture in relation to nutrient-element balance Dillon Sidney Brown The growth and composition of the tops of peach trees in sand culture in relation to nutrient-element balance Новинка

Dillon Sidney Brown The growth and composition of the tops of peach trees in sand culture in relation to nutrient-element balance

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station", 1945 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.The growth and composition of the tops of peach trees in sand culture in relation to nutrient-element balance.
Global Linkages and Economic Rebalancing in East Asia Global Linkages and Economic Rebalancing in East Asia Новинка

Global Linkages and Economic Rebalancing in East Asia

In the wake of the global financial crisis, leading industrialized countries have managed to show only a gradual recovery, while East Asian economies have surged ahead. In particular, China achieved growth in excess of 10% in 2010 and is expected to continue growing at a rapid pace. It appears that in the coming years, East Asia will play an even greater role as a growth center leading global economic expansion. Following the Asian currency crisis of 1997–98, consumption and investment in the region decreased considerably, and East Asian economies recovered on the strength of exports. Presently, however, amid a less-than-robust recovery in the US and Europe, the sustainability of East Asia's reliance on export-led growth has been called into question. The region's transition to growth based on a balance of foreign and domestic demand is important for both building a stronger foundation for sustainable growth and buttressing global economic expansion. Moreover, the rebalancing of demand in East Asia holds the key to rectifying global current account imbalances — the disadvantage of uneven international capital flows. This unique volume illuminates policy issues involved in the efforts to promote the rebalancing of demand in East Asia.
Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India Новинка

Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India

The present book deals with the study on the impact of Joint Forest Management (JFM) works, mounding and decongestion operations, on the growth of the Bamboo in the forests of Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and East Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. The bamboo culms in the JFM plots are strait and healthy indicating the positive effect of mounding and decongestion operations in bamboo forests. Encouragement of JFM works found to increase the quality and economic value of bamboo.
Santhi V. P. Utilization of Cement Kiln Flue Dust as a Potassium Source in banana Santhi V. P. Utilization of Cement Kiln Flue Dust as a Potassium Source in banana Новинка

Santhi V. P. Utilization of Cement Kiln Flue Dust as a Potassium Source in banana

In Canada and USA, scientists proved that the Cement Kiln Flue Dust (CKFD) can be used as a substitute for KCl and K2SO4 in production of potato, barley, oats and alfalfa also can be used as alternate lime source in agricultural lands. In India, potassium is being imported every year. That too for banana require more potassium and replaces 1500kg of potassium for one hectare of land. To utilize the Industrial waste to substitute the commercial potassic fertilizer MOP by K rich Cement Kiln Flue Dust (CKFD). Hence, the present study was carried out at two sites one at Dalmiya Cement Factory Dairy Farm, Dalmiyapuram, Trichy District with 2 cultivars viz., Karpooravalli and Poovan and another one as a confirmatory trial at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.
Mahanta Ratul Regional Disparities of Agricultural Development in Assam Mahanta Ratul Regional Disparities of Agricultural Development in Assam Новинка

Mahanta Ratul Regional Disparities of Agricultural Development in Assam

Regional imbalance is a ubiquitous phenomenon in both developed and developing economies. But in the latter it is more acute and glaring. It is being increasingly recognized, both on theoretical and empirical grounds, and experiences of the developing countries shows that at least in the initial stages of economic development, considerable regional imbalances in development arises. Reservation have, however, been expressed about the need to take deliberate policy measures to remove these increasing regional disparities in the levels of living. Regional disparity exists in agricultural development in Assam, North East India. The present study measures the extent of regional disparities in agricultural development in Assam and examines the factors responsible for them. This book may help researcher in social sciences to have an idea about regional disparities and to use appropriate tools to quantify such disparities. This book may also help policy-makers to adopt area specific agricultural development strategy so as to secure regional balance in agricultural development and boost up the pace of agricultural and economic development.
Roman Hohl Marco Agricultural Risk Transfer. From Insurance to Reinsurance to Capital Markets Roman Hohl Marco Agricultural Risk Transfer. From Insurance to Reinsurance to Capital Markets Новинка

Roman Hohl Marco Agricultural Risk Transfer. From Insurance to Reinsurance to Capital Markets

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Gain a holistic view of agricultural (re)insurance and capital market risk transfer Increasing agricultural production and food security remain key challenges for mankind. In order to meet global food demand, the Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that production has to increase by 50% by 2050 and requires large investments. Agricultural insurance and financial instruments have been an integral part to advancing productivity and are becoming more important in increasingly globalized and specialized agricultural supply chains in the wake of potentially more frequent and severe natural disasters in today’s key producing markets. Underwriting, pricing and transferring agricultural risks is complex and requires a solid understanding of the production system, exposure, perils and the most suitable products, which vastly differ among developed and developing markets. In the last decade, new insurance schemes in emerging agricultural markets have greatly contributed to the large growth of the industry from a premium volume of US$10.1 billion (2006) to US$30.7 billion (2017). This growth is bound to continue as insurance penetration and exposure increase and new schemes are being developed. Agricultural (re)insurance has become a cornerstone of sovereign disaster risk financing frameworks. Agricultural Risk Transfer introduces the main concepts of agricultural (re)insurance and capital market risk transfer that are discussed through industry case studies. It also discusses best industry practices for all main insurance products for crop, livestock, aquaculture and forestry risks including risk assessment, underwriting, pricing, modelling and loss adjustment. Describes agricultural production risks and risk management approaches Covers risk transfer of production and financial risks through insurance and financial instruments Introduces modelling concepts for the main perils and key data sources that support risk transfer through indemnity- and index-based products Describes risk pricing and underwriting approaches for crop, livestock, aquaculture and forestry exposure in developed and developing agricultural systems Become familiar with risk transfer concepts to reinsurance and capital markets Get to know the current market landscape and main risk transfer products for individual producers, agribusinesses and governments through theory and comprehensive industry case studies Through Agricultural Risk Transfer, you’ll gain a holistic view of agricultural (re)insurance and capital market solutions which will support better underwriting, more structured product development and improved risk transfer.
Tenzin Namgha A Study on Socio-Economic Impact of Remittances on Forward Migrants Households of Tibetan Refugees in India Tenzin Namgha A Study on Socio-Economic Impact of Remittances on Forward Migrants Households of Tibetan Refugees in India Новинка

Tenzin Namgha A Study on Socio-Economic Impact of Remittances on Forward Migrants Households of Tibetan Refugees in India

Examination Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Sociology - Political Sociology, Majorities, Minorities, , course: Develiopment Economics, language: English, abstract: Due to the invasion and occupation of Tibet by China, the first wave of Tibetan refugees seeking asylum came to India and neighbouring countries like Bhutan and Nepal in 1959. At the time, India, Nepal and Bhutan were economically and socially backward countries. India opened up its economy in the 1990's and it paved the way for socio-economic development of the country. Tibetan migrants were also able to use this opportunity for their own growth and economic development. The rise in awareness levels helped Tibetan migrants realize that they could further advance their individual and community growth by seeking job opportunities abroad. Thus, the first wave of migrants left for North America, Canada and European countries in early 1990's and they were able to send home remittances in dollars and pounds which fetched good exchange rate in India against the rupees. The flow of remittances from abroad enhanced the livelihood of Tibetan refugees in India and triggered a chain migration to the west. In this study, it focuses on the aspect of remittance and development on Tibetan refugee who has been settled in India for more than 5 decades and relies on remittances. The details of the profile of Tibetan diaspora will be discussed in chapter 4.
Ambuj Gupta, Vinay Sharma Medical tourism. on the growth track in India Ambuj Gupta, Vinay Sharma Medical tourism. on the growth track in India Новинка

Ambuj Gupta, Vinay Sharma Medical tourism. on the growth track in India

Scientific Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: none, NIL, course: Business management, 46 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: India's growth story as a medical tourism hub is a relatively newer one. With significant cost advantages, availability of quality medical treatment with the most-advanced medical technology coupled with India's well-known tourist destinations and rich cultural heritage,medical tourism does provide a motive sufficient enough to allure those foreign patients who either want to avoid the long waiting list for medical treatment in the West or, in absence of any health insurance coverage, seek lower cost treatment. India's strength in advanced and life saving healthcare such as organ transplants, cardio-vascular surgery,etc, as well as in alternative systems of medicine(i.e. ayurveda, naturopathy,etc) offer significant competitive advantages. Cashing in this opportunity, The National Health Policy 2002 declared that treatment of foreign patients is legally an "export" and deemed "eligible for all fiscal incentives extended to export earnings". Besides, a new category of visa, "Medical Visa" has been introduced by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India. On the other hand, setting up of Bio-Technology Parks Society of India, grant of SEZ status to them, coming up Medicities, entry of private players in health insurance in India along with Indian hospita...
Homagni Choudhury Trade Reforms and Performance in Indian Manufacturing Homagni Choudhury Trade Reforms and Performance in Indian Manufacturing Новинка

Homagni Choudhury Trade Reforms and Performance in Indian Manufacturing

This study investigates the impact of trade policy reforms (TPR) in India on aspects of economic performance of the organized manufacturing sector. Using econometric techniques on panel data for a sample of 72 three-digit industries (regrouped to form 45 industries), the study finds some evidence of a positive impact of TPR on wage inequality, labour productivity growth and employment growth. The study also uses a Value-Added approach as well as a Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) approach to conclude that the comparative advantage of India in the organized manufacturing sector has not changed over the reforms period implying the existence of structural bottlenecks and domestic policy induced rigidities standing as impediments to resource reallocation.
Kathiriya Ankita D. Impact of Dtc on LIC.s Business Kathiriya Ankita D. Impact of Dtc on LIC.s Business Новинка

Kathiriya Ankita D. Impact of Dtc on LIC.s Business

This book contain the new tax system(Direct Tax Code)implemented in India how it will affect to the Insurance sector especially in India Life insurance corporation of India is larger insurance company in India so its compare with the various policy of that company and the preference of the customer for various policy for the tax saving instrument in India as Direct Tax Code implemented in India will make lots of change in the preference of customer for selecting the product of tax saving instrument.
Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh Новинка

Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh

Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,3, Wiesbaden University of Applied Sciences, language: English, abstract: India has evolved to become one of the leading industrialised economies in the world and realised remarkable socioeconomic development since its independence only seven decades ago. However, India is still facing numerous challenges hampering the economic development of this nation. Not only economic welfare, but also social, political and environmental aspects play an important role for assessing the risk and attractiveness of India for a project. This paper will conduct an economic analysis of India as a potential location for the project 'HelloFresh'. First, a short presentation about HelloFresh will be given, followed by an illustration about the country's background including general information and a demonstration on India's health and educational issues. After that, the development of macroeconomic indicators for the last three years will be depicted. This includes the analysis of India's GDP, GDP growth, composition of GDP, GDP per capita and distribution of GDP. Furthermore, the topics inflation, unemployment, India's balance of payment situation, government and foreign debt situation will be elaborated before the exchange rate system and development will be explained. In the fifth chapter, the most important project specific indicators of the evaluation of the market entry cas...
Sianjase Alfred, Seshamani Vinkatesh Impact of Agricultural Subsidies, The case of Gwembe in Zambia Sianjase Alfred, Seshamani Vinkatesh Impact of Agricultural Subsidies, The case of Gwembe in Zambia Новинка

Sianjase Alfred, Seshamani Vinkatesh Impact of Agricultural Subsidies, The case of Gwembe in Zambia

This book gives insights in the understanding of the impact of Agricultural subsidies on the benefiting small scale farmers. Most developing countries who are promoting and implementing pro-poor policies use Agricultural subsidies with a view to increasing Agricultural production and reduce poverty among the small scale farmers. Such economic policies may, however, not achieve the intended objectives. Therefore, using this book, the Economic Analysis Student or Agricultural Economics and/or Economics Student will find it very useful to understand the dynamics of Agricultural subsidies and how they impact or benefit the small scale farmers. In addition, the book is very helpful to both under graduate and Post graduate Economic Policy analysis, Agricultural Economics and Economics students who wish to understand the impact of Agricultural subsidies.
Sanket Bhatia The process of liberalization in India. Foreign direct investment and the Indian auto industry Sanket Bhatia The process of liberalization in India. Foreign direct investment and the Indian auto industry Новинка

Sanket Bhatia The process of liberalization in India. Foreign direct investment and the Indian auto industry

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2005 in the subject Business economics - Economic and Social History, grade: 1,3, Hamburg University of Technology (DepartmentofTechnologyandInnovationManagement), 19 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The Indian economy continues to achieve stellar growth. The accepted opinion is that the process of economic liberalization that started in the late 1980's in India has come to fruition, and, combined with a strong resource base (mainly the strong knowledge base of trained engineers combined with innovation brought in by multinational companies), continues to drive the growth in recent years. The present work provides a brief background of the process of liberalization, both its successes and challenges. The work goes on to describe the effect of economic liberalization on the Indian automotive industry. The transformation of the automotive industry in the post-liberalization years is nothing short of dramatic. This transformation is discussed using different parameters, and some critical issues that face the industry in India are conjectured. The work may be taken as an introductory- to middle-level reading on the Indian automotive industry, and can form the basis of a detailed critical examination of important issues facing the industry today.
Kunal Gaurav, Shreya Dheer Social Media Usage Behavior of Working Professionals Kunal Gaurav, Shreya Dheer Social Media Usage Behavior of Working Professionals Новинка

Kunal Gaurav, Shreya Dheer Social Media Usage Behavior of Working Professionals

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, grade: A, ICFAI IBS Business School Hyderabad, language: English, abstract: India ranks among top five countries when it comes to the pace of growth in internet and social media usage. Global average growth of in internet users is measly 19%, India alone is at 90%. India's web users have 153 million active social media accounts. The social media users are increasing by 23% approximately each year. India has over 195 million Facebook users which makes India a country that has world's largest number of Facebook users. On the other hand, India has 2nd largest Twitter users in Asia-Pacific region with 23.2 million users. India contributes a great part in social media networking sites. A huge contribution is by the youngsters who are involved in communicating and interacting with friends and family. Social media is also being used for educational purposes in order to make the students understand things better. Employees are using social media to relieve their stress and increase their professional networks. Businesses are also using social media networking sites to stay in touch with their current customers and search for potential customers. Social media is a platform which is being used for different purposes by different type of people. This study is being carried out to understand the usage behavior of working professional towards soc...
Dale Walters Physiological Responses of Plants to Attack Dale Walters Physiological Responses of Plants to Attack Новинка

Dale Walters Physiological Responses of Plants to Attack

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Despite the research effort put into controlling pathogens, pests and parasitic plants, crop losses are still a regular feature of agriculture worldwide. This makes it important to manage the crop appropriately in order to maximise yield. Understanding the relationship between the occurrence and severity of attack, and the resulting yield loss, is an important step towards improved crop protection. Linked to this, is the need to better understand the mechanisms responsible for reductions in growth and yield in affected crops. Physiological Responses of Plants to Attack is unique because it deals with the effects of different attackers – pathogens, herbivores, and parasitic plants, on host processes involved in growth, reproduction, and yield. Coverage includes effects on photosynthesis, partitioning of carbohydrates, water and nutrient relations, and changes in plant growth hormones. Far from being simply a consequence of attack, the alterations in primary metabolism reflect a more dynamic and complex interaction between plant and attacker, sometimes involving re-programming of plant metabolism by the attacker. Physiological Responses of Plants to Attack is written and designed for use by senior undergraduates and postgraduates studying agricultural sciences, applied entomology, crop protection, plant pathology and plant sciences. Biological and agricultural research scientists in the agrochemical and crop protection industries, and in academia, will find much of use in this book. All libraries in universities and research establishments where biological and agricultural sciences are studied and taught should have copies of this exciting book on their shelves
Jeba Mary M. V. Karuna, Karthikeyan C. Role of tank irrigation system in sustaining the livelihood of SHG.s Jeba Mary M. V. Karuna, Karthikeyan C. Role of tank irrigation system in sustaining the livelihood of SHG.s Новинка

Jeba Mary M. V. Karuna, Karthikeyan C. Role of tank irrigation system in sustaining the livelihood of SHG.s

Tank irrigation systems of India are a century old. Tanks have been the main source of irrigation in many parts of India from time immemorial. Rainfall pattern is neither predictable nor uniform over space and the incidence of rainfall is also seasonal, occurring mainly during the southwest monsoon in most of the country except the rain shadow areas of the Western Ghats, notably Tamil Nadu. Tanks are one of the oldest sources of irrigation in India and the mainstay for the livelihood of many poor households. Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood in rural areas, which account for 75 per cent of India's population and 80 per cent of its poor, and in turn, irrigation is the base for about 56 per cent, possibly more of total agricultural output. Tanks in the Indian context were inextricably linked to the socio-cultural aspects of rural life and have historically been an indispensable part of the village habitat, sustaining its socio-ecological balance. In this regard the present study is contemplated.
Roberto Benedetti Agricultural Survey Methods Roberto Benedetti Agricultural Survey Methods Новинка

Roberto Benedetti Agricultural Survey Methods

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Due to the widespread use of surveys in agricultural resources estimation there is a broad and recognizable interest in methods and techniques to collect and process agricultural data. This book brings together the knowledge of academics and experts to increase the dissemination of the latest developments in agricultural statistics. Conducting a census, setting up frames and registers and using administrative data for statistical purposes are covered and issues arising from sample design and estimation, use of remote sensing, management of data quality and dissemination and analysis of survey data are explored. Key features: Brings together high quality research on agricultural statistics from experts in this field. Provides a thorough and much needed overview of developments within agricultural statistics. Contains summaries for each chapter, providing a valuable reference framework for those new to the field. Based upon a selection of key methodological papers presented at the ICAS conference series, updated and expanded to address current issues. Covers traditional statistical methodologies including sampling and weighting. This book provides a much needed guide to conducting surveys of land use and to the latest developments in agricultural statistics. Statisticians interested in agricultural statistics, agricultural statisticians in national statistics offices and statisticians and researchers using survey methodology will benefit from this book.
Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population Новинка

Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population

The scope and direction of the financial inclusion incorporates the dimension of the inclusive growth. The efficient and optimal allocation of the scarce resources of the nation may be the necessary condition to achieve the social optima but it cannot alone ensure the social welfare maximization. Despite facing the adverse circumstances in both the external and internal economic environment , the Reserve bank of India and the Ministry of Finance, Government of India continuously harping on the financial inclusion as the policy proposition .
Helyette Geman Agricultural Finance. From Crops to Land, Water and Infrastructure Helyette Geman Agricultural Finance. From Crops to Land, Water and Infrastructure Новинка

Helyette Geman Agricultural Finance. From Crops to Land, Water and Infrastructure

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A comprehensive resource for understanding the complexities of agricultural finance Agricultural Finance: From Crops to Land, Water, and Infrastructure is a pioneering book that offers a comprehensive resource for understanding the worldwide agriculture markets, from spikes in agricultural commodity prices to trading strategies, and the agribusiness industry generally to the challenges of feeding the planet in particular. The book also goes in-depth on the topics of land, water, fertilizers, biofuels, and ethanol. Written by Helyette Geman—an industry expert in commodity derivatives—this book explores the agricultural marketplace and the cycles in agricultural commodity prices that can be the key to investor success. This resource addresses a wide range of other important topics as well, including agricultural insurance, energy, shipping and bunker prices, sustainability, investments in land, subsidies, agricultural derivatives, and farming risk-management. Other topics covered include structured products and agricultural commodities ETFs; trade finance in an era of credit shortage; securitization and commodity-linked notes; grains: wheat, corn, soybeans; softs: coffee, cocoa, cotton; shipping as a key component of agricultural trade; and the major agricultural shipping routes and the costs. The book: Offers the first comprehensive resource that deals with the all aspects of agricultural finance Includes information that is crucial for pension funds, asset managers, hedge funds, agribusiness corporates, CTAs and regulators Covers a range of topics from agricultural bunker prices, futures, options to major shipping routes and the costs This text is a must-have resource for accessing the information required to trade successfully in the agricultural marketplace.
Mmathebe Zvobwo Facilitating High Growth Enterprises through Seed Stage investing in South Africa Mmathebe Zvobwo Facilitating High Growth Enterprises through Seed Stage investing in South Africa Новинка

Mmathebe Zvobwo Facilitating High Growth Enterprises through Seed Stage investing in South Africa

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: A, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits Business School), course: Master of Management in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation, language: English, abstract: This research finds its theoretical roots in the theory of the firm growth and is focused on high growth entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial Orientation and Venture Capital funding also become central to the research particularly with regards to the identification of High Growth Enterprises and understanding their employment creation in the South African context.The motivation of the research was sparked by emerging research in High Growth Enterprises specifically with regards to how they are able to provide a solution to unemployment. The research aims to understand High Growth Enterprises in terms of identification and employment growth and to determine if bridging the Seed Stage gap in South Africa will facilitate the growth of High Growth Enterprises. The research employed a quantitative cross-sectional design with the founders of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises as the unit of analysis.The main findings of the research are that High Growth Enterprises (HGEs) in South Africa create a significant amount of jobs than those that are not (non-HGEs). Entrepreneurial Orientation significantly determines whether enterprises will become HGEs or not and significantly drives the employment growth of HGEs...
Namrata Mrinal Health Insurance. An imminent Reality for Indian Healthcare Namrata Mrinal Health Insurance. An imminent Reality for Indian Healthcare Новинка

Namrata Mrinal Health Insurance. An imminent Reality for Indian Healthcare

Over past few years, India is witnessing a progressive liberalization in health insurance sector which is leading to multiple options for domestic as well multinationals to do business in India. With public expenditure remaining stagnant and indifferent to meet the demands of 300 million growing middle class population of India, private sector is mushrooming fast. Out of pocket expenditure forms backbone for healthcare in India. Its contribution comes to around 68% of total healthcare expenditure. According to World Health Organization, it is estimated that only 3% of India's population is covered under some form of voluntary health insurance. This paves way for huge untapped market for health insurance in India. This work can provide descriptive baseline study in health insurance in India and should be useful for professional in similar field as well as healthcare stakeholders across the globe.
Shil Parag Trend, Pattern and Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in India Shil Parag Trend, Pattern and Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in India Новинка

Shil Parag Trend, Pattern and Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in India

Over the last couple of years, there has been a surge in the movement of trade and cross border investment. This has been possible because of the substantial globalization of world economy. FDI is a tool for economic growth through its strengthening of domestic capital, productivity and employment. FDI also plays a vital role in the up gradation of technology, skills and managerial capabilities in various sectors of the Indian economy. FDI to developing countries in the 1990s was the leading source of external financing and has become a key component of national development strategies for almost all the countries in the world as a vehicle for technology flows and an important source of non-debt inflows. Talking about India, FDI has risen considerably in post-reform period.The importance and category of FDI has changed significantly since India has opened up its economy but still the country is far behind to attract FDI in comparison to some of the developing countries.The main objective of the book is to present an overview of the FDI inflows in India including trend analysis during post-reform period.To study the impact of FDI on Indian economy .
Dhanedhar Manisha, Narwade Sunil Tribal Malnutrition in India Dhanedhar Manisha, Narwade Sunil Tribal Malnutrition in India Новинка

Dhanedhar Manisha, Narwade Sunil Tribal Malnutrition in India

The present book studies malnutrition among tribal women and children in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. Most of the malnourished children of the world live in Africa and Asia. Child malnutrition rates in South Asia are much worse than in Sub-Saharan Africa. India has high proportion of women and children malnutrition. Hunger and Malnutrition Survey Report observed that most of the children in India are undernourished. Though Maharashtra is known as one of the most developed states in India, severe incidences of malnourishment are observed in the state of Maharashtra. The present study is about malnutrition among tribal women and children in the kannad taluka of Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. We observed that most of children and their mothers were malnourished. We also found that large number of mothers had early marriages and pre-matured pregnancy.
Saini Nisha, Ram Kirpa, Varshney U.K. Salinity on morphophysiological characteristics of sisham Saini Nisha, Ram Kirpa, Varshney U.K. Salinity on morphophysiological characteristics of sisham Новинка

Saini Nisha, Ram Kirpa, Varshney U.K. Salinity on morphophysiological characteristics of sisham

Dalbergia sissoo, known commonly as Indian Rosewood, is an evergreen rosewood tree, also known as sisu, sheesham, tahli, Tali and also Irugudujava. It is one of the most important timber species of India. It is widely distributed in many parts of India up to 900m in the sub- Himalayan tract and occasionally ascending to 1500m. It grows abundantly and forms a forest, either pure or mixed with other species on the new alluvium formed of deposits of sand, boulders etc., in the riverbeds of these regions. Sissoo trees from different localities have varied characteristics including growth, form, colour, grain, working and strength properties. Inhibition of plant growth and development under salt conditions is, at least in part, due to both osmotic and ionic components, which may cause plant water deficit, unbalance of nutrients, and ion toxicity. In the present study relative tolerance of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. has been compared on different levels of salinity at early stages of their growth.
Goswami Chandrama Timber ban in North East India Goswami Chandrama Timber ban in North East India Новинка

Goswami Chandrama Timber ban in North East India

Timber ban in North East India and its effects on the livelihood of forest villagers in Assam, India. Study to evaluate the effect of ban with focus on livelihood of villagers as well as timber mill owners and whether the ban has been succesful in checking deforestation in Assam, a state in north-east part of India. Study conducted by Dr. Chandrama Goswami, Economic Department, Mangaldoi College, Assam, India
Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg. Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg. Новинка

Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg.

Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: 1,0, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Faculty of Economics & Management), language: English, abstract: This thesis analyzes the two economies of South Tyrol and Luxembourg, questioning whether their economic growth can be explained by concepts of endogenous growth theories.South Tyrol and Luxembourg are two quite similar economies in terms of size, population, cultural diversity and scarcity of natural resources, but yet very different in matters of economic growth, income per capita and economic specialization, which makes them an interesting sample to test for growth factors. Since endogenous growth theories, in contrast to neoclassical conceptions, provide a much broader range of tools to handle endogenous technological change, innovation and other factors, they are better suited to analyze growth factors.Therefore, this thesis first draws a summary on the evolution of endogenous growth theories including an outline of the most important contributions. It is shown that the factor "human capital" plays a major role in most models. Subsequently, the second part of the thesis deals with the economies of South Tyrol and Luxembourg in detail, evaluates historical economic growth, identifies tourism and financial intermediation as their main driving forces and asks whether human capital could be the moving power behind them.The method of choice for measuring is the co...
Jamie Cross Dream Zones. Anticipating Capitalism and Development in India Jamie Cross Dream Zones. Anticipating Capitalism and Development in India Новинка

Jamie Cross Dream Zones. Anticipating Capitalism and Development in India

Dream Zones explores the dreamed of and desired futures that constitute, sustain and disrupt capitalism in contemporary India. Drawing on five years of research in and around India's Special Economic Zones (SEZs), the book follows the stories of regional politicians, corporate executives, rural farmers, industrial workers and social activists to show how the pursuit of growth, profit and development shapes the politics of industrialisation and liberalisation. This book offers a timely reminder that the global economy is shaped by sentiment as much as reason and that un-realised expectations are the grounds on which new hopes for the future are sown.
GLOBALISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA GLOBALISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA Новинка

GLOBALISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA

In the 26 years since market-oriented reforms were introduced, China has emerged onto the world stage as a major economic presence, particularly since her accession to the World Trade Organisation in 2001.This book is a collection of papers on the effects of globalisation on China's growth prospects and of China's growth on the wider economy. The issues explored include the sustainability of China's continuing economic reform and the necessary reforms to sustain that growth; the considerable effects of her integration into the global economy and its implications for the conduct of Chinese economic policies, including the exchange rate regime; and the influence of China on the regional and world economy. China's competitiveness in exports has also begun to challenge the market share of developing and developed economies; this role in promoting intra-regional trade is also explored.
Agriculture under Climate Change. Threats, Strategies and Policies Agriculture under Climate Change. Threats, Strategies and Policies Новинка

Agriculture under Climate Change. Threats, Strategies and Policies

Agriculture continues to be an important sector fuelling economic growth. Rapidly changing climate is already affecting the production of food and feed, industrial crops, livestock, and seafood. In developing countries like India, agriculture and allied sectors contribute significantly to the gross domestic product. Therefore, evolving strategies to sustain a stable growth of the farming sector is essential for feeding a growing population and poverty alleviation in the face of global climate change. It is crucial to carry out a comprehensive analysis of different aspects of climate change to effectively combat its negative impacts on food production systems and landscapes and reap its potential benefits in agricultural production. Research findings and recommendations on topics as diverse as climate change impacts, genetic enhancement of crops, options for adaptation to climate change, opportunities and challenges for sustainable food production systems have been compiled in this volume. Capacity building for climate resilient agriculture and agriculture policy and planning is equally important to face future challenges. This book makes a compelling effort to address these major issues arising from climate change from an Indian perspective. The important and often conflicting issues in climate change impacts, adaptations and mitigations strategies are brought in to focus and a critical summary of the state-of-art in climate smart agriculture is presented for teachers, resear...
Anders Thelin Agricultural Medicine. Rural Occupational and Environmental Health, Safety, and Prevention Anders Thelin Agricultural Medicine. Rural Occupational and Environmental Health, Safety, and Prevention Новинка

Anders Thelin Agricultural Medicine. Rural Occupational and Environmental Health, Safety, and Prevention

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Newly updated, Agricultural Medicine: Rural Occupational Health, Safety, and Prevention, Second Editionis a groundbreaking and comprehensive textbook and reference for students and practitioners of public health, and professionals in the field of rural agricultural occupational health and safety. The book introduces specific occupational and environmental health and safety issues faced by agricultural workers and rural residents, and provides a roadmap to establishing sustainable worker and public health support in agricultural communities. Responding to reader demand, Agricultural Medicine, Second Edition now features more case studies, key point summaries, and new international perspective chapters comparing North American health and agricultural practices to those in Europe, the Asia Pacific, and South America. Agricultural health and safety engages a multidisciplinary team of medical professionals, veterinarians, safety professionals, engineers, sociologists, epidemiologists, and psychologists, for whom this book serves as an essential resource.
International Institute of Agriculture Monographs on agricultural co-operation in various countries. Volume 1. Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Brirish India, France, Great Britian and Ireland, Norway, Holland, Russia,Sweden International Institute of Agriculture Monographs on agricultural co-operation in various countries. Volume 1. Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Brirish India, France, Great Britian and Ireland, Norway, Holland, Russia,Sweden Новинка

International Institute of Agriculture Monographs on agricultural co-operation in various countries. Volume 1. Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Brirish India, France, Great Britian and Ireland, Norway, Holland, Russia,Sweden

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "Rome, Printers to the Chamber of Deputies", 1911 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.Monographs on agricultural co-operation in various countries. Volume 1. Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Brirish India, France, Great Britian and Ireland, Norway, Holland, Russia,Sweden.
G. B. Ayoola Essays on Agricultural Economy. Nonexperimental Writings on Agricultural Policy and Development Administration in Nigeria G. B. Ayoola Essays on Agricultural Economy. Nonexperimental Writings on Agricultural Policy and Development Administration in Nigeria Новинка

G. B. Ayoola Essays on Agricultural Economy. Nonexperimental Writings on Agricultural Policy and Development Administration in Nigeria

In particular, this book of essays is aimed at quenching the thirst of undergraduate and postgraduate students of agricultural economics in the institutions of higher learning at home and abroad for a quick reference book on Nigerian development, which they require for proper understanding of taught courses. In general, it is also aimed at dependent and independent professionals in the public and private sectors of the economy and development community at large, with a view to providing them with the institutional memory they require to demonstrate their expertise on the job much better. To this end, the book offers the benefit of many years of experience in teaching, research, and community services, through a menu of topics for profitable reading about the inner mechanisms of the policy process for agricultural development of the country in real time. Herein is strenuously articulated the systematic outputs of disciplined hard work spanning three decades, from 1988 to 2018, including the last ten years of active engagements in policy advocacy outside the university system. The menu of nonexperimental writings provides information about the seemingly dry area of agricultural historiography of the country embedded in a series of analytical thoughts and expositions on performance of successive programs and projects for developing the agricultural economy.
India THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA India THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA Новинка

India THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

This is the third pocket size edition of the Constitution of India in the diglot form. In this edition, the text of the Constitution of India has been brought up-to-date by incorporating therein all the amendments up to and including the Constitution (Ninety-Sixth Amendment) Act, 2011.
Rich Holcomb, National Agricultural Statistics Svc, U.S. Agriculture Department Agricultural Statistics 2010 Rich Holcomb, National Agricultural Statistics Svc, U.S. Agriculture Department Agricultural Statistics 2010 Новинка

Rich Holcomb, National Agricultural Statistics Svc, U.S. Agriculture Department Agricultural Statistics 2010

Prepared under the direction of Rich Holcomb. Contains reliable information on agricultural production, supplies, consumption, facilities, costs, and returns. Its tables of annual data covering a wide variety of facts in forms suited to most common use.
Ruchee Taneja Growth Factors in Periodontal Regeneration Ruchee Taneja Growth Factors in Periodontal Regeneration Новинка

Ruchee Taneja Growth Factors in Periodontal Regeneration

Regeneration of periodontal tissues is perhaps one of the most complex process to occur in the body. A number of new methods have been used to achieve periodontal regeneration.The latest among them is use of growth factors. The aim of this book is to provide a review of periodontal repair and regeneration,features and functions of growth factors,mechanism of action and clinical application of growth factors in periodontal healing. This book will be of interest to researchers,under and post graduates having a keen interest in cellular & molecular biology and periodontal regeneration.

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