methodological study of regional planning in india



B W Namano Factors Influencing Public Participation in Urban Planning Projects. A Case of Nairobi Central Ward B W Namano Factors Influencing Public Participation in Urban Planning Projects. A Case of Nairobi Central Ward Новинка

B W Namano Factors Influencing Public Participation in Urban Planning Projects. A Case of Nairobi Central Ward

Project Report from the year 2015 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: 1, University of Nairobi (School of Continuing and Distance Education), course: Masters of Arts in Project Planning and Management (MAPPM), language: English, abstract: The purpose of the study was to establish how certain factors influence public participation in urban planning projects. These factors were: public awareness, degree of accessibility, and one's financial situation.The study was conducted in Nairobi Central Ward. Nairobi was preferred because it recently adopted a new master plan: Nairobi Integrated Urban Development Master Plan (NIUPLAN) which was said to have been developed through a consultative process. The objectives of the study were to establish how: public awareness, degree of accessibility, and financial situation influenced public participation in urban planning projects. The study is significant in the sense that by exploring some of the factors that might influence public participation in urban planning, urban planners can come up with remedial approaches which would ensure that their future planning activities are more inclusive, pro-poor and hence sustainable. The study used cross-sectional survey research design. A sample size of 375 participants was selected from a population of 13,325 inhabitants within Nairobi Central Ward. This sample was divided equally into three regional clusters: City Square; Muthurwa; and Nairobi Central sub-locations found in Nairob...
PhD Chukudi V. Izeogu Problems and Prospects of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. Port Harcourt Metropolis since 1914 PhD Chukudi V. Izeogu Problems and Prospects of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. Port Harcourt Metropolis since 1914 Новинка

PhD Chukudi V. Izeogu Problems and Prospects of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. Port Harcourt Metropolis since 1914

This book focuses on urban development and planning in Nigeria by analyzing the nature and determinants of urban and regional planning strategies and outcomes in Rivers State, Nigeria. The book is organized into fourteen chapters. The first chapter focuses on population growth and the development of the Nigerian urban system. The second chapter traces the roots of Nigerian urban and regional planning system. The third chapter discusses the institutional framework for planning the evolving planning institutions and the emergence of the planning profession in the country and Rivers State. Chapter four examines political and economic forces and the substantive urban planning issues and problems faced by planners in the PH metropolis. Chapter five focuses on PH urban politics, planning administration and institutions.Chapters six and seven focus on the responses of planning to environmental, housing problems, transportation, land use, local economic development, and urban services issues. It documents how urban development and planning policies pertaining to these issues affect urban population groups and how the populations have responded to the outcomes of conventional planning intervention and offers alternative policies. In chapter eight, the problems of plan implementation is examined focusing on the implementation of the Diobu Master Plan, while chapters nine, ten, and eleven present physical planning and development control within the context of local government system in ...
Franz Kero Regional Marketing and the Strategic Market Planning Approach to Attract Business and Industry Case Study Franz Kero Regional Marketing and the Strategic Market Planning Approach to Attract Business and Industry Case Study Новинка

Franz Kero Regional Marketing and the Strategic Market Planning Approach to Attract Business and Industry Case Study

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: This thesis describes and evaluates how regional marketing, based on the ideas of Philip Kotler’s Marketing Places (1993), can be a reasonable tool to attract business locators into economic regions. The thesis concentrates on strategic market planning of local economic development programs. It is presented how to make use of local competitive advantages by useful bundling of incentives. The notion of marketing and governing places is combined and shall offer the reader a new perspective of meeting regional economic objectives for places. This thesis is divided into two parts: a theoretical part (where industrial incentives are presented and Kotler’s concept is explained and criticized) and an empirical part (where regional marketing is applied and tested for effectiveness). First, it will be defined what regional marketing is and what forms of incentives are considered. Then it will be presented how marketing strategies can be organized in a local environment, followed by a discussion how companies make location decisions. In the last chapter of the first part, a critical discussion of the regional marketing approach is presented. In the second part, an emphasis will be put on the case study; a location (Orange County, California, USA) where economic development based on marketing planning came to work. With a view to the situation and implications analyzed in the case study, it will be tried to scrutinize effectiveness and usefulness of economic deve...
Binti Singh A Rights based approach to Slum Rehabilitation and Housing. A Study in Mumbai Binti Singh A Rights based approach to Slum Rehabilitation and Housing. A Study in Mumbai Новинка

Binti Singh A Rights based approach to Slum Rehabilitation and Housing. A Study in Mumbai

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2005 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: A+, , course: M.Phil in Planning and Development, language: English, abstract: This study attempts to understand how the Slum Rehabilitation Programme (SRP) of the government of Maharashtra, is implemented usingt here sources of various organizations like civil society bodies and market players. The SRP, is an indigenous policy innovation to meet the housing needs of the slum dwellers of Mumbai (comprising apopulation of 6 million), and is an improved version of earlier policies. The study seeks to compare the implementation of the Programme by two different organizations (who are designated as developers by the Slum Rehabilitation Authority), namely a private construction company and a non government organization (NGO) in two slum sites, namely, Saiwadi in Andheri East and Bharat Janta in Dharavi.
Murthy N.P.S.V.N. Regional Rural Banks in Andhra Pradesh Murthy N.P.S.V.N. Regional Rural Banks in Andhra Pradesh Новинка

Murthy N.P.S.V.N. Regional Rural Banks in Andhra Pradesh

Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) plays a vital role in the agriculture and rural development of India. The RRBs have more reached to the rural area of India, through their huge network. The success of rural credit in India is largely depends on their financial strength. RRBs are key financing institution at the rural level which shoulders responsibility of meeting credit needs of different types of agriculture credit in rural areas. The Banking Commission (1972) recommended establish an alternative institution for rural credit and ultimately Government of India established RRBs as a separate institution basically for rural credit on the basis of the recommendations of the Working Group under the Chairmanship of Shri M. Narasimham (1975). At present in Andhra Pradesh five Regional Rural Banks functioning - Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank (APGVB), Andhra Pragathi Grameena Bank (APGB), Chithanya Godavari Grameena Bank (CGGB), Deccan Grameena Bank (DGB) and Saptagiri Grameena Bank (SGB). This study finds and concludes that performance of RRBs has significantly improved Post Merger Scenario in Andhra Pradesh.
Muhammad Rayan, Edward Gyan, Ivaldi Lukman Job and Housing Allocation Scheme for the County of Ludwigsburg - Stuttgart, Germany Muhammad Rayan, Edward Gyan, Ivaldi Lukman Job and Housing Allocation Scheme for the County of Ludwigsburg - Stuttgart, Germany Новинка

Muhammad Rayan, Edward Gyan, Ivaldi Lukman Job and Housing Allocation Scheme for the County of Ludwigsburg - Stuttgart, Germany

Project Report from the year 2015 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: Good, University of Stuttgart (Master of Infrastructure Planning), course: Case study, language: English, abstract: The County of Ludwigsburg, with the City of Ludwigsburg as its capital, is located at the core of the State of Baden-Württemberg and forms part of the Stuttgart Region. It consists of 39 administrative municipalities with a total population of 516,874 inhabitants as at 2009. It is anticipated that the County will experience additional population growth of approximately 21,400 in the year 2020. This has profound implications for spatial change and reorganization as more land would be required for housing and jobs allocations and other complementary functions. The principal objective of this project is the effective regional planning and sustainable urbanism in the County of Ludwigsburg and it is accomplished in three main phases. Phase one focuses on the formulation of objectives and development of planning guidelines and spatial concept based on data analysis of the existing situation considering issues such as demography, economic and environment among others. The analysis of the existing situation also revealed the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the county resulting in the definition of specific objectives, namely: ensuring ecological friendly urban planning; improving non-motorized modes of transport; ensuring the effective and efficient utilization of op...
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.
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
Dr. Abhay Krishna Singh Dynamics of Urban Development in Less Developed States of India Dr. Abhay Krishna Singh Dynamics of Urban Development in Less Developed States of India Новинка

Dr. Abhay Krishna Singh Dynamics of Urban Development in Less Developed States of India

This book is an endeavor to look into the various aspects of urbanisation and its dynamics. The work offers policy alternatives for the sustainable Urban Planning and Development in less developed States of India.
Kari Sinkko HOPSCA in the Brisbane urban context. A study into its relevance and application Kari Sinkko HOPSCA in the Brisbane urban context. A study into its relevance and application Новинка

Kari Sinkko HOPSCA in the Brisbane urban context. A study into its relevance and application

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: 5.0, Queensland University of Technology, course: Urban Development (Urban Regional Planning), language: English, abstract: HOPSCA has been coined as "a city within a city". HOPSCA is a form of mixed use planning born out of the China development boom of the 1990s. HOPSCA is an acronym for Hotels, Offices, Parks, Shopping, Convention centres and Apartments. The concept of HOPSCA is gaining recognition as a legitimate planning tool outside of China. It has been in use since the 1990s and favoured by architects and urban designers worldwide.HOPSCA differs from Master Planning, TOD, traditional CBD (Central Business District) models, New Urbanism and Smart Growth in distinct ways. HOPSCA was driven by an identified market niche to co-locate specific uses: These uses are desirous to co-locate because of their compatibility.The thesis proposes to consider how HOPSCA could be realized in South East Queensland under current legislation. Further the paper will discuss the desirability of creating a 'city within a city' and its relevance and application in the Australian context. The research for the thesis will be undertaken between July and October 2014 with delivery on or before 29th October 2014.
Yasser Asim Quaffas User-Initiated Transformations of Public Housing Yasser Asim Quaffas User-Initiated Transformations of Public Housing Новинка

Yasser Asim Quaffas User-Initiated Transformations of Public Housing

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2011 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: A, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh (School of Built Environment), course: Masters of Urban and Regional Planning, language: English, abstract: This study addresses the issue of the residents' modifications to their homes in a government housing project in Saudi Arabia. It also identifies the reasons for these modifications and the subsequent effects of such changes.The study has used the King Fahd housing project as case study, examining the development of public housing in Saudi Arabia and whether the housing took the needs of the new residents into account. It tried to verify whether the project had achieved its purpose after the residents had moved in.The study has reviewed the laws and regulations for housing in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and then collected the information through a field survey, visual survey and personal interviews, then analysed all the data collected by the logic and the SPSS programme in order to extract results.Recommendations were made based on the results to address some the problems identified and to prevent additional problems arisen the future.
Nitin Sinha Communication and Colonialism in Eastern India. Bihar, 1760s-1880s Nitin Sinha Communication and Colonialism in Eastern India. Bihar, 1760s-1880s Новинка

Nitin Sinha Communication and Colonialism in Eastern India. Bihar, 1760s-1880s

Through a regional focus on Bihar between the 1760s and 1880s, 'Communication and Colonialism in Eastern India' reveals the shifting and contradictory nature of the colonial state's policies and discourses on communication. The volume explores the changing relationship between trade, transport and mobility in India, as evident in the trading and mercantile networks operating at various scales of the economy. Of crucial importance to this study are the ways in which knowledge about roads and routes was collected through practices of travel, tours, surveys, and map-making, all of which benefited the state in its attempts to structure a regime that would regulate 'undesirable' forms of mobility.
Maharjan Lachhindra Nepalese Migrant Workers in Amritsar, India Maharjan Lachhindra Nepalese Migrant Workers in Amritsar, India Новинка

Maharjan Lachhindra Nepalese Migrant Workers in Amritsar, India

This book is based on an empirical study on "Nepalese Migrant Workers in Amritsar, India". The author, while living in India for his graduate study, spent about a year to conduct the study. The book has depicted the significant link between armed conflict, migration and vulnerability of young Nepalese migrant workers. Various data show that after the beginning of insurgency in February 1996 and its culmination in 2001 due to security deterioration, many Nepalese citizens especially youth started migrating to India and other countries with the purpose of living better life. Have they got a better environment to live? The book has attempted to provide the answer to this key research question. Therefore, the readers of this book can elicit information on the situation of Nepalese migrant workers vis-à-vis their living and working conditions in India.
Неустановленный автор Impact of planning in PNG. A case study analysis of satellite town development using Geographical Information System (GIS) Неустановленный автор Impact of planning in PNG. A case study analysis of satellite town development using Geographical Information System (GIS) Новинка

Неустановленный автор Impact of planning in PNG. A case study analysis of satellite town development using Geographical Information System (GIS)

Master's Thesis from the year 2018 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Demographics, Urban Management, Planning, grade: 4.42 Course GPA, University of New England, course: Master of Urban & Regional Planning, language: English, abstract: This research dissertation examines the statutory planning system in Papua New Guinea (PNG) with particular focus on satellite town development and use of Geographical Information System (GIS). Satellite town developments on state and customary land are controlled by the Physical Planning Act 1989 and Physical Planning Regulation 2007, and administered by the Office of the Chief Physical Planner (OCPP), a division within the Department of Lands Physical Planning (DLPP). The implementation of the satellite town developments is facilitated by the various statutory processes in the department; beginning with planning, surveying, valuation, land administration and ends with issuing of titles.
Köpf Angelika Regional Organisations in the UN Conflict Resolution Politics Köpf Angelika Regional Organisations in the UN Conflict Resolution Politics Новинка

Köpf Angelika Regional Organisations in the UN Conflict Resolution Politics

Using qualitative research methods and the theories of international relations, the role of regional organisations in the United Nations conflict resolution politics in maintaining peace and security in the world is considered. Viewing the case study of the first years of the Syrian war (2011-2013) and an excursus on the Libyan conflict (2011), this paper attempts to show in how far regional organisations, as the African Union and the League of Arab States played parts in cooperating with the United Nations to handle the situations in their respective regions.
Massimo Santanicchia An Ordinary Small City. An examination on Reykjavik.s current and realizable urbanism Massimo Santanicchia An Ordinary Small City. An examination on Reykjavik.s current and realizable urbanism Новинка

Massimo Santanicchia An Ordinary Small City. An examination on Reykjavik.s current and realizable urbanism

Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: Distinction, London School of Economics, course: Urban and Regional Planning, language: English, abstract: Small cities (less than 500,000 inhabitants) host fifty-two percent of the world urban population, yet they are profoundly neglected in the urban studies field. This research focuses on the small city of Reykjavík (118,326 inhabitants), and investigates how the planning system is trying to build a new urban strategy away from the world city model which was adopted until the banking collapse of 2008. The results reveal that the city is going through a cultural renaissance animated by a multitude of small events, enhancements of the public realm, grassroots initiatives and a more fruitful collaboration between planning authorities and citizens. At the same time the new Reykjavík master plan currently under discussion is prioritising growth scenarios affiliated with big-iconic developments. This dissertation concludes that the planning system needs to support a more responsive, integrated and holistic urbanism at a regional and governance level. It should support a politics of small things, protecting the human scale, the sense of place, and diversity, by enhancing the endogenous resources and developing processes of participation in the city making which are the bases of the reconstruction of trust, self-confidence and citizenship.
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.
Miyayo Samweli, Anjejo Dixon Men.s Involvement in Family Planning Miyayo Samweli, Anjejo Dixon Men.s Involvement in Family Planning Новинка

Miyayo Samweli, Anjejo Dixon Men.s Involvement in Family Planning

Over the years women have been regarded as the sole users of family planning services and little is known nearly what deters men from participating in family planning. This study aimed to determine the factors associated with men's involvement in family planning among married men living in rural setting of Baraton Sub-location, Nandi County, Kenya. A cross-sectional study design was used and data was collected from a sample size of 250 married men. The study revealed that although men are regarded as heads of household about half(54.8%) of respondents had not used family planning. Religion, residing in urban area before, spousal communication, family clinic attendance by men and economic status were some of the significant factors that determined men's participation in the study area. This study provides new insight and information on family planning from men's own perspective living in rural areas in which researchers and healthcare professionals may benefit from.
Andreas Masouras Understanding Competition and Diversity in Television Programming. Economic crisis . TV Andreas Masouras Understanding Competition and Diversity in Television Programming. Economic crisis . TV Новинка

Andreas Masouras Understanding Competition and Diversity in Television Programming. Economic crisis . TV

This research examines and analyses the diversity of television content. More specifically, it provides an in-depth study of the development of television content. We attempt to study content through the concept of diversity, which is considered as being a methodological tool that records and describes trends in television programming. Through the methodological use of diversity, the rationale behind the programming structure is presented and, therefore, the structures that create and constitute the content can be shown. A detailed discussion is developed, as well as a new approach to television diversity, in light of the methodological examination.
Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Новинка

Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: Very Good, Addis Ababa University (Department of Politcal Science and International Relations), course: International Relations, language: English, abstract: The commencement of Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on April 2, 2011 dictates significant change on the ground which challenges the hydro political status quo of the Nile basin. The construction of the dam facilitates discussion among states of the region over the impacts of the dam and the possibilities of future utilization of the River. Thus, this study attempted to investigate the role of GERD for regional integration. The researcher attempted to examine the role of GERD for regional integration in the Horn of Africa in view of challenges and prospects ahead. In addition, the study tried to analyze the role of GERD for maintaining peace and stability in the region and also its implications for Ethiopia. Methodologically, the research is based on a qualitative research approach. The study has used secondary sources. It also used primary data through in-depth interview with officials and experts from relevant institutions and authorities. The available sources are analyzed by using descriptive and explanatory research approaches. The major findings of the study reveal that GERD will be a catalyst for regional integration in the Horn of Africa through providing energy interconnection and creating econo...
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.
Melissa Redford A. The Handbook of Speech Production Melissa Redford A. The Handbook of Speech Production Новинка

Melissa Redford A. The Handbook of Speech Production

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The Handbook of Speech Production is the first reference work to provide an overview of this burgeoning area of study. Twenty-four chapters written by an international team of authors examine issues in speech planning, motor control, the physical aspects of speech production, and external factors that impact speech production. Contributions bring together behavioral, clinical, computational, developmental, and neuropsychological perspectives on speech production to create a rich and truly interdisciplinary resource Offers a novel and timely contribution to the literature and showcases a broad spectrum of research in speech production, methodological advances, and modeling Coverage of planning, motor control, articulatory coordination, the speech mechanism, and the effect of language on production processes
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.
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.
Modi Vasudev, Ganatra Rajesh Prospects of Internet Banking in India with emphasis to Gujarat State Modi Vasudev, Ganatra Rajesh Prospects of Internet Banking in India with emphasis to Gujarat State Новинка

Modi Vasudev, Ganatra Rajesh Prospects of Internet Banking in India with emphasis to Gujarat State

The banking industry in India is facing unprecedented competition and due to that Internet Banking is high in demand today. The study tried to focus on Analysis and Research of perceptions, behavioural intentions and satisfaction regarding the usage of internet banking which indicates prospectiveness of internet banking of 2000 customers across major cities of Gujarat.The study focused on how there can be increase in the number of e-customers for banks and in turn maximizing the profitability for the banks.
Arcade Ndoricimpa Threshold effects of inflation on economic growth in selected African regional economic communities: Evidence from a dynamic panel threshold modeling Arcade Ndoricimpa Threshold effects of inflation on economic growth in selected African regional economic communities: Evidence from a dynamic panel threshold modeling Новинка

Arcade Ndoricimpa Threshold effects of inflation on economic growth in selected African regional economic communities: Evidence from a dynamic panel threshold modeling

The objective of this study is to estimate inflation threshold and examine its impact on the inflation-growth nexus in selected African regional economic communities. While a number of empirical studies exist in this area for developing countries, they bundle up countries from Asia, Africa and Latin America which do not have the same inflation experiences. This study therefore focuses on Africa. However, since African regional groupings themselves have different inflation experiences, non-linearity in the relationship between inflation and growth is explored within each grouping separately. The study uses dynamic panel threshold modeling recently suggested by Kremer et al. (2013) which extends the non-dynamic panel threshold model of Hansen (1999) and the cross-sectional threshold model of Caner and Hansen (2004). The results indicate that the estimated inflation threshold is different across the regional economic communities. Nonlinearity in inflation-growth nexus seems to hold in CEMAC, COMESA and SADC while it is questioned in WAEMU and WAMZ. For CEMAC, COMESA and SADC, the findings indicate that inflation above the threshold is harmful to growth. Some correlations are established in this study but further analysis is needed to suggest a policy.
Kenobi Krukru Assessment of Waste Management Strategies in Nigerian Universities Kenobi Krukru Assessment of Waste Management Strategies in Nigerian Universities Новинка

Kenobi Krukru Assessment of Waste Management Strategies in Nigerian Universities

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Controlling, grade: 2'1, , course: Geography & Regional Planning, language: English, abstract: This study was undertaken to assess the management strategies of solid waste in the University of Calabar. In order to guide the study, 6 objectives were identified and one hypothesis formulated. Several literatures were reviewed and data was collected through structured questionnaires. Collected data was analyzed using the Pearson product moment correlation and the student t-test. Findings revealed that there is efficient waste management in the University of Calabar. Meaningful recommendations were suggested to create awareness of the need for a clean environment for man's habitation.
Diana Bednarek Entering successfull the Indian market. Recommendations and challenges for German small and medium-sized companeies Diana Bednarek Entering successfull the Indian market. Recommendations and challenges for German small and medium-sized companeies Новинка

Diana Bednarek Entering successfull the Indian market. Recommendations and challenges for German small and medium-sized companeies

The objective of this study is to identify, to analyse, and to evaluate the market entry barriers for German small and medium-sized companies in India. Moreover, this study provides recommendations in order to minimize or overcome those barriers. Existing studies are discussing the market entry of big companies such as of Siemens AG and Robert Bosch GmbH in India, but issues of small and medium-sized companies are neglected. This academic void is closed by this study with the help of the implementation of questionnaires and interviews. Based on these primary sources, market entry barriers for German small and medium-sized companies in India are identified as well as analysed, and recommendations to reduce or even overcome them are presented.
Biruhtesfa Bekele Standard Days Method in Expanding Family Planning Method Choice Biruhtesfa Bekele Standard Days Method in Expanding Family Planning Method Choice Новинка

Biruhtesfa Bekele Standard Days Method in Expanding Family Planning Method Choice

The unmet need for family planning service in Ethiopia is believed to be high (34%).Besides this, despite the high knowledge of family planning methods, the contraceptive prevalence rate is low (15%).Therefore, expanding family planning method choices like availing standard days method is important in reducing unmet need for family planning and improving contraceptive prevalence rate.This book, therefore,indicates 79.9% of study subjects had practiced some form of contraception in the past. Further more, 70.1% and 53.8% of SDM acceptors mentioned no health/side effects and fear of side effects of other hormonal contraceptives as a reason for choosing SDM respectively.Nearly sixty four percent of current SDM users relied on periodic abstinence (64.2%) followed by condom use (32.4%) during fertile days. Moreover, nearly three fourth of current SDM users responded that their male partners were involved in the method. Most of the providers (CBRHAs) were interested in continuing to offer SDM as family planning option. This work indicated the need for expansion of provision of SDM in the study areas to increase availability and accessibility of the service.
Farhad Hamidi Farmers. Adaptation Strategies to Drought Farhad Hamidi Farmers. Adaptation Strategies to Drought Новинка

Farhad Hamidi Farmers. Adaptation Strategies to Drought

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2017 in the subject Agrarian Studies, grade: Very Good (3.5), , course: Regional and Rural Development Planning, language: English, abstract: This thesis studies the field of drought hazard and its findings are consistent with existing literature on drought in Thailand and other regions. In the country and study area, the findings and results of this study may provide effective and useful adaptation strategies to drought and also help understand drought's impacts on agricultural production and farmers' livelihoods, because of the little existing research on drought in the study area. In addition, maybe this thesis can assist the regional and rural planners and extension officials and other agro and rural related sectors and departments to formulate development plans, policies and extend useful and effective services in order to facilitate farmers to be able to sustain their livelihood against the drought by adapting the most effective adaptation strategies. Drought is one of the major threats among all natural hazards to people's livelihoods and socio-economic development. Drought is a normal characteristic of climate and is considered to be the most complex but least realized of all natural hazards which affects more people than any other hazards particularly the farmers and their livelihoods. The firs and the most consequence of drought lies on Agriculture and threatened both agriculture sector and those who are dependent on it in tha...
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.
Caltabiano Marie Louise Applied Topics in Health Psychology Caltabiano Marie Louise Applied Topics in Health Psychology Новинка

Caltabiano Marie Louise Applied Topics in Health Psychology

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This selection of in-depth, critical and comprehensive chapters on topical issues in applied health psychology features the work of key researchers and practitioners in the Australasian health system and deals with both theoretical and methodological aspects of the subject. The first health psychology text aimed specifically at regional postgraduate trainees Covers an array of topics and issues and focuses on applied aspects of clinical health and health promotion Includes both specialized topics and new frontiers of research Contextualizes health psychology teaching and learning for Australasian students
Bhanu Babasaheb Saka Women Entrepreneurs in India Bhanu Babasaheb Saka Women Entrepreneurs in India Новинка

Bhanu Babasaheb Saka Women Entrepreneurs in India

The few earlier women entrepreneurial studies in India are largely either sociological or Psychological in nature and have paid relatively less attention to the appraisal of economic performance of the women entrepreneurs. In the context of economic planning for rapid industrialization of the Country and State of Andhra Pradesh, women entrepreneurial studies with emphasis on economic and related aspects assume great importance not only as academic exercises but also for policy formulation.
Joyce Flueckiger Burkhalter Everyday Hinduism Joyce Flueckiger Burkhalter Everyday Hinduism Новинка

Joyce Flueckiger Burkhalter Everyday Hinduism

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This innovative introductory textbook explores the central practices and beliefs of Hinduism through contemporary, everyday practice. Introduces and contextualizes the rituals, festivals and everyday lived experiences of Hinduism in text and images Includes data from the author’s own extensive ethnographic fieldwork in central India (Chhattisgarh), the Deccan Plateau (Hyderabad), and South India (Tirupati) Features coverage of Hindu diasporas, including a study of the Hindu community in Atlanta, Georgia Each chapter includes case study examples of specific topics related to the practice of Hinduism framed by introductory and contextual material
Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements Новинка

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

The stalling of the Doha Development Round trade negotiations has resulted in bilateral and regional free trade agreements becoming an important alternative. These agreements have proliferated in recent years, and now all of the major trading countries are engaging in serious bilateral trade negotiations with multiple trading partners. This second edition provides a new collection of case studies illustrating the latest trends and innovations in bilateral and regional trade agreements (BRTAs). The selected BRTAs represent a good sampling of regional variation and cover the most important substantive issues. Authored by leading scholars and practitioners, each case study offers comprehensive analysis of the featured BRTA, and the format allows for quick comparisons.
Misra Vaibhav The Study of Impact of Celebrity Endorsement on Rural Consumers Misra Vaibhav The Study of Impact of Celebrity Endorsement on Rural Consumers Новинка

Misra Vaibhav The Study of Impact of Celebrity Endorsement on Rural Consumers

ABOUT THE STUDY The celebrities in India are the role models for majority of Indians, they are so influenced by them that most of the population follows the trends of their dressing, styles and habits. This is the major reason for the companies to hire the celebrities to promote their products. The companies invest billions of to hire the celebrity for the promotion of their product. The companies believe that the celebrity changes the purchase intention of the consumers in India.
Durgesh C. Pathak Poverty and Inequality in Uttar Pradesh. A Decomposition Analysis Durgesh C. Pathak Poverty and Inequality in Uttar Pradesh. A Decomposition Analysis Новинка

Durgesh C. Pathak Poverty and Inequality in Uttar Pradesh. A Decomposition Analysis

Uttar Pradesh was once among the fastest growing regions in India but later it sank into sea of underdevelopment. Being the most populous state in India, a high incidence of poverty in Uttar Pradesh translates into high poverty for India. This study is an attempt to analyze the poverty and inequality situation in Uttar Pradesh using the 50th and 61st rounds of NSS-data. It also attempts to peek into the plausible causes for this development inertia prevalent in Uttar Pradesh.
Singh Ajmer, Ramani Seema Livestock Sector in Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India) Singh Ajmer, Ramani Seema Livestock Sector in Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India) Новинка

Singh Ajmer, Ramani Seema Livestock Sector in Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India)

In Andaman and Nicobar islands (India), livestock sector supplements the rural income, accelerates the food and nutritional security, and contributes to self reliance in the poverty reduction. To sustain the growth of livestock sector and the regional economy, adequate policy measures need to be established for appreciable growth in productivity and sustainability in the regional farm level and in the processing sectors. For the deduction of appropriate policy measures, the book presents current trends emerging from the production, consumption and future demand by means of scientific study and statistical predictions. Migration of people, tourism development, increase in population, urbanisation, increase in the income coupled with the adequate measures from the governments, the demand for livestock is on constant increase. To estimate the needs for future, the effect of price, income arising from livestock producers and other parameters that enhance the sustained supply of livestock products is presented. Using statistical methods, the demand and supply issues are predicted for the next two decades.
Tayba Bashir Contraceptive use in Pakistan. Knowledge, attitude and family planning practices among rural married women of Ali Raza Abad, Lahore Tayba Bashir Contraceptive use in Pakistan. Knowledge, attitude and family planning practices among rural married women of Ali Raza Abad, Lahore Новинка

Tayba Bashir Contraceptive use in Pakistan. Knowledge, attitude and family planning practices among rural married women of Ali Raza Abad, Lahore

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Medicine - Gynecology, Andrology, grade: A, University of Lahore (LSN), course: PostRN, language: English, abstract: The objective of this study was to determine the awareness level, attitude about family planning practices in community women of Ali Raza bad Lahore.Background:Pakistan is facing a vast challenge of poverty. About 45% of its inhabitants has limited approach to health services both public and private, particularly in rural areas where 65% of its population lives. Pakistan was included in between the six countries having more than half of the maternal deaths happening worldwide in 2008. Maternal and neonatal wellbeing is firmly included. Modern family planning method, are much effective in enhancing maternal wellbeing by preventing unplanned pregnancies in order to confirm healthy timing and spacing of birthsMaterial and methodology: A cross sectional study was design to assess the knowledge, attitude and family planning practices among rural married women of Ali Raza Abad Lahore. A total of 200 women were selected from the married women who have children and an active in reproductive age life. Data was collected through questionnaire, 200 results were used to analyze.Results:The study reveals the findings and showed that about more than half of the married women (56%) were had the knowledge about family planning methods. But only few (25%) respondents in the community were active in using family planning techniqu...
Waheeda Rana Sino-Indian Relations. A Paradigm Shift Waheeda Rana Sino-Indian Relations. A Paradigm Shift Новинка

Waheeda Rana Sino-Indian Relations. A Paradigm Shift

The end of the Cold War enormously transformed the politico-strategic and economic milieu of the world politics. The disintegration of the Soviet Union changed the contours of international as well as regional power configurations. The world power structure became unipolar and globalization of the international political economy gathered pace. These shifting trends in turn had a great effect on the bilateral and multilateral relations of a number of states. Realignments and readjustments, at both regional and international level, took place. Driven by these changed global trends, India and China recognized the need to cooperate in the long-term interest of global and regional peace and stability as well as for their own economic prosperity.
Jordan Yin Urban Planning For Dummies Jordan Yin Urban Planning For Dummies Новинка

Jordan Yin Urban Planning For Dummies

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How to create the world's new urban future With the majority of the world's population shifting to urban centres, urban planning—the practice of land-use and transportation planning to help shape cities structurally, economically, and socially—has become an increasingly vital profession. In Urban Planning For Dummies, readers will get a practical overview of this fascinating field, including studying community demographics, determining the best uses for land, planning economic and transportation development, and implementing plans. Following an introductory course on urban planning, this book is key reading for any urban planning student or anyone involved in urban development. With new studies conclusively demonstrating the dramatic impact of urban design on public psychological and physical health, the impact of the urban planner on a community is immense. And with a wide range of positions for urban planners in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors—including law firms, utility companies, and real estate development firms—having a fundamental understanding of urban planning is key to anyone even considering entry into this field. This book provides a useful introduction and lays the groundwork for serious study. Helps readers understand the essentials of this complex profession Written by a certified practicing urban planner, with extensive practical and community-outreach experience For anyone interested in being in the vanguard of building, designing, and shaping tomorrow's sustainable city, Urban Planning For Dummies offers an informative, entirely accessible introduction on learning how.
Jargalan Tumurchudur Regional Integration in Northeast Asia - Assessing Conditions Jargalan Tumurchudur Regional Integration in Northeast Asia - Assessing Conditions Новинка

Jargalan Tumurchudur Regional Integration in Northeast Asia - Assessing Conditions

Northeast Asia, which consists of Japan, the Koreas, Mongolia, China and Russia, is the least integrated region in the world. However, there is a lot of speculation that current turbulent circumstances are spurring greater cooperation and integration in this divided region. China's emergence as the major economic power and global player in world politics is the main significant motor that is changing the status quo. The study argues that the region has become more prone to regional integration now and aims to analyze the background conditions for regional integration present. The theory of neofunctionalsim is used to identify the basic conditions for regional integration and, in relation to it, the factors that were hindering the regional projects previously would be looked at. I contend that the obstacles impeding regional integration have become fewer, while motives for integration increased, thus fueling the talks about the breakthrough in regionalism in Northeast Asia. Nevertheless, there is still not enough political and elite will among the countries to initiate closer regional ties, which consitute the main hindrance for regional integration for now.
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.
Chandra Shekhar Living Environment in Slum and Non-Slum Areas of India Chandra Shekhar Living Environment in Slum and Non-Slum Areas of India Новинка

Chandra Shekhar Living Environment in Slum and Non-Slum Areas of India

In our contemporary world, the urban areas are categorized as slum and non-slum areas mainly on the basis of structural quality of housing and sanitation. The living environment in the slum areas are unhealthy. Similarly, the sanitation facilities are also not good as compared to non-slum areas. This book explores the living condition in slum a and non-slum areas and attempts a comparative analysis of both areas of India. It not only provides a comparative picture of living environments of slum and non-slum area but, also compares distinct morbidity in both areas of India. It is unique in the sense that no study of such type has been conducted so far taking all major cities of India. The study finds that prevalence of different diseases among women and children is high in comparatively small cities. In addition to that the study shows that the sanitation environment and household environment is significant contributor for different diseases. This book is useful for people studying Demography and Public Health. Alternatively, the book is also handy for those studying Geography and Urbanization, particularly, Urban Planners.
Valentina Lukina, Denis Lukin The integrated system Target-Kaizen-AB costing as a management mechanism of companies. activities (published in Russian) Valentina Lukina, Denis Lukin The integrated system Target-Kaizen-AB costing as a management mechanism of companies. activities (published in Russian) Новинка

Valentina Lukina, Denis Lukin The integrated system Target-Kaizen-AB costing as a management mechanism of companies. activities (published in Russian)

This monograph examines the conceptual framework and methodology of the integrated system of "Target-Kaizen-AB-costing". It presents methodological approaches to the study of strategic problems of cost accounting in terms of integrated information systems and cost accounting.
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.
Jeffrey Rattiner H. Rattiner's Review for the CFP(R) Certification Examination, Fast Track Study Guide Jeffrey Rattiner H. Rattiner's Review for the CFP(R) Certification Examination, Fast Track Study Guide Новинка

Jeffrey Rattiner H. Rattiner's Review for the CFP(R) Certification Examination, Fast Track Study Guide

A CFP® Study Guide that delivers what you need to succeed! This quick study guide for candidates preparing to take the CFP® Certification Examination covers the bare-bones essentials needed to pass this challenging exam in a logical and easy-to-absorb manner. Covering some of the most important disciplines of financial planning– insurance, employee benefit, investment, income tax, retirement, estate, and general planning– this text provides a no-nonsense approach to studying that includes: A highly logical and efficient format An in-depth outline of core essentials Explanations of all relevant exposures complete with solutions and practical examples Key points, exam tips, multiple choice, and mini—case study questions Mnemonic devices and study techniques to reinforce key points A format that directly parallels the CFP Board’s topic requirements and more! Order your copy today!
Oshrat Becker The Indo-Sri Lankan Relations at the end of the 1980s.. Approaches on India.s Involvement in the Sri Lankan Ethnic Conflict facing the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord (29. July 1987) Oshrat Becker The Indo-Sri Lankan Relations at the end of the 1980s.. Approaches on India.s Involvement in the Sri Lankan Ethnic Conflict facing the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord (29. July 1987) Новинка

Oshrat Becker The Indo-Sri Lankan Relations at the end of the 1980s.. Approaches on India.s Involvement in the Sri Lankan Ethnic Conflict facing the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord (29. July 1987)

Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: South Asia, grade: 1,0, erg International School - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (The Social Science Faculty - The Department of International Relations), course: East Asia in the International System, 29 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In this work the Sri Lankan civil conflict and the Indian involvement at the end of the 1980s is examined by two different theoretical approaches that may fit the case and help describe patterns and actions of both sides. On the one hand two similar theories about regional power and small state behaviour in the face of a civil conflict in the small state by Benjamin Miller are taken out of their original context1 and applied to the case of Sri Lanka. In constituting India as the regional power and Sri Lanka as the small state in these scenarios, it can be examined whether this case can be seen as in accordance with Miller's theories in the main points, and maybe even help to understand the processes around the Indo-Sri Lankan accord better. India will be checked according to its capabilities and interests in the region, which will show, if India's peace keeping role was actually motivated mainly by a regional hegemonic ambition? And the question will be raised, if Sri Lanka accepted the accord out of its own will, or due to Indian dominace?The second theoretical approach is the Two Level Games Theory by Robert ...
Stephanie Studenski Clinical Trials in Older Adults Stephanie Studenski Clinical Trials in Older Adults Новинка

Stephanie Studenski Clinical Trials in Older Adults

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Clinical Trials in Older Adults is the first book to consider the methodological issues underlying the evaluation of new treatments in older people. Provides information on the methodology, monitoring and regulations for those planning to conduct a clinical trials involving older adults Contains examples of ongoing trials involving older adults, and presents the main characteristics of many recently published Depicts how the issues regarding older adults in clinical trials could be properly addressed with the appropriate study design and conduct Identifies key issues in performing clinical trials in older patients with common geriatric conditions, i.e. Alzheimer’s dementia, depression, low muscle mass, cancer
Margonwar Aparna, Kalkar Surekha Melissopalynological Study of Some Forest Track of Gadchiroli Margonwar Aparna, Kalkar Surekha Melissopalynological Study of Some Forest Track of Gadchiroli Новинка

Margonwar Aparna, Kalkar Surekha Melissopalynological Study of Some Forest Track of Gadchiroli

Melissopalonolgy is the study of pollen in honey. Analysis of pollen provides important information about the pollen composition of regional flora, the nectar is major raw resources for the bee keeping industry it transform in to honey after conversion by the bee. As no such work has been carried out in Gadchiroli district, it was planned to explore nectar sources and prepare bee floral calendar of this region which will help to enhance apicultural practices and to provide subsidiary income to rural and trible people in this area.
Christina Görke The role of advertising in Indian women.s desire to be fair Christina Görke The role of advertising in Indian women.s desire to be fair Новинка

Christina Görke The role of advertising in Indian women.s desire to be fair

This study deals with the situation in India, in particular, with the situation of young Indian women. Ever since advertisers and multinational companies discovered India's remarkable aspiration for light complexions, more and more fairness products and most importantly, advertisements for fairness products, have been established on the Indian market. The desire for fair skin in India is a culturally embedded issue but advertising might have reinforced it.
Habte Alemu Gudeta An Assessment of Urban Housing Supply and Affordability in Jimma town. With special reference to Condominium Housing Habte Alemu Gudeta An Assessment of Urban Housing Supply and Affordability in Jimma town. With special reference to Condominium Housing Новинка

Habte Alemu Gudeta An Assessment of Urban Housing Supply and Affordability in Jimma town. With special reference to Condominium Housing

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2010 in the subject Urban and Regional Planning, grade: A, Addis Ababa University (Institute of Regional and Local Development Studies), language: English, abstract: This study has been conducted in Jimma town of ONRS with the general objective of assessing urban housing supply and its affordability with special reference to condominium housing. It also attempted to identify the factors which affected affordably condominium housing supply and local residents to afford for condominium housing in the town as well as to assess whether the condominium housing supply can solve the problems of urban housing for the urban poor. Data for this research were collected mainly through a survey of 180 households (120 households from non condominium residents and 60 households from condominium housing resident respondents) and analyzed using descriptive statistics and SPSS 15. The study found that, supplying of standard low cost housing for low and middle income groups are affected by high cost of local constructional materials, low level of income the majority of the residents, high housing costs and low capacity of the majority of the residents to afford for condominium housing in the study area. Beneficiaries of condominium housing were on average, those who were classified as high and middle income categories of the residents. The study also showed that, condominium housing beneficiaries are better off in terms of both mean monthly income and saving than the...
Marco Alexander Caiza Andresen Determinants of Growth (General) and Regional Growth, Theory and Evidence Marco Alexander Caiza Andresen Determinants of Growth (General) and Regional Growth, Theory and Evidence Новинка

Marco Alexander Caiza Andresen Determinants of Growth (General) and Regional Growth, Theory and Evidence

Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: 1,7, University of Paderborn (Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Business Computing ), course: Research and Independent Studies in International Economics, 71 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The aim of this term paper is to find out what causes economic growth through analyzing determinants of growth in general and of regional growth, both in theory and evidence. The question why some countries grow significantly slower than others has been discussed intensively over the last decades. By thorough study of literature the main determinants will be indicated and similarities and differences between general and regional growth become visible. After a short introduction, in the second chapter the main growth determinants will be presented individually for the general and the regional area, each time also an introduction to the extensive literature (theory and empirics) of the specific area will be given beforehand. In the last chapter a conclusion will be drawn and an answer given to the question on which are the key determinants by comparing them with each other and in how far the results do distinguish on general and regional level.
David Wellington Essaw Integrated Water Resources Management David Wellington Essaw Integrated Water Resources Management Новинка

David Wellington Essaw Integrated Water Resources Management

The recognition of the importance of Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) is largely in response to addressing the ever-increasing limited water quality and quantity problems that the world faces. Whereas officially, the United Nations through the Global Water Partnership (GWP) has endorsed IWRM as the best means to water resources management, lessons learnt from implementation to date, suggest the need to highlight the planning process more than the plan itself. The methodological synthesis of the study incorporates ideas from broad theoretical areas covering ecological, economics, community and change management settings to inform the design of what is described as the appreciative systems planning (ASP) methodology used in this book. The major contribution of this book is the design of a framework to overcome the dilemma of facilitating stakeholder involvement in IWRM planning processes. Of particular importance is the explicit focus on the connection between social, economic and environmental dimensions in decision-making that the water resources issues represent.
Srinivas Rao Yemula How Budget Airlines in India leverage on Online Marketing to increase the Competitiveness Srinivas Rao Yemula How Budget Airlines in India leverage on Online Marketing to increase the Competitiveness Новинка

Srinivas Rao Yemula How Budget Airlines in India leverage on Online Marketing to increase the Competitiveness

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, grade: Distinction, University of Sunderland (Management Development Institute of Singapore.), course: Masters in Business Administration., language: English, abstract: Online marketing techniques have become the popular trend that helps organization to promote products and services globally. Budget airlines industry in India can leverage on the online marketing in order to increase the competitiveness in the market as most of the people choose to fly budget airlines. This research paper identifies and analyses various online marketing techniques and factors that contribute to the success of online marketing.Both primary and secondary data gathering techniques are used in this research study. The primary instruments for this research study is questionnaires with the sample sizes 381 of working adults and students of Indian community in India and overseas. The secondary sources used for this study are books, newspapers, magazines, journals, articles, and previous research papers. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods are used to analyse the data. IBM SPSS version 22 application software is used to analyse the data and generate the graphical output in pie chart diagram.From the research study, the researcher has found several success factors that play an important role in the successful execution of online marketing campaign such as quality...
India and Iran in Contemporary Relations India and Iran in Contemporary Relations Новинка

India and Iran in Contemporary Relations

The book addresses the India-Iran bilateral relations dating back to the beginning of the Indo-Aryan civilization in the 7th Century B.C. to the current global controversy over the Iranian nuclear programme and India's stand on the issue of sanctions imposed by the United States. The book highlights besides economic and commercial ties, the strong cultural relations. The volume analyses in depth the new areas of cooperation and conflict, the extra regional powers, energy and nuclear security and economic and trade cooperation. This book will be of considerable interest to students and scholars of international relations, sociology, politics and economics.
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.
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.
Amy Chin, Bakhtier Pulatov Project Planning and Organizational Project Planning Support Amy Chin, Bakhtier Pulatov Project Planning and Organizational Project Planning Support Новинка

Amy Chin, Bakhtier Pulatov Project Planning and Organizational Project Planning Support

Increasing globalization has brought academics and practitioners to study national cultures in management. Likewise,the trend towards running business through projects has brought broader perspectives such as national cultures into project management. Recent academic literature demonstrated that national culture has a major impact on management practices. However,the element of national culture is elusively described in the project management field. No extensive tests were found on the comparison of the project planning among countries,which could help to establish relationship between national cultures and project planning capabilities. Therefore, using GLOBE study to capture national cultures and Project Management Planning Quality(PMPQ) model to capture project planning approach and organizational planning support,this book compares national culture, project planning and organizational project planning support across four different countries: Malaysia,Japan,Sweden and Israel. It answers questions about the relevance of national culture to project planning and concludes with implications to project managers.
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.

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How to create the world's new urban future With the majority of the world's population shifting to urban centres, urban planning—the practice of land-use and transportation planning to help shape cities structurally, economically, and socially—has become an increasingly vital profession. In Urban Planning For Dummies, readers will get a practical overview of this fascinating field, including studying community demographics, determining the best uses for land, planning economic and transportation development, and implementing plans. Following an introductory course on urban planning, this book is key reading for any urban planning student or anyone involved in urban development. With new studies conclusively demonstrating the dramatic impact of urban design on public psychological and physical health, the impact of the urban planner on a community is immense. And with a wide range of positions for urban planners in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors—including law firms, utility companies, and real estate development firms—having a fundamental understanding of urban planning is key to anyone even considering entry into this field. This book provides a useful introduction and lays the groundwork for serious study. Helps readers understand the essentials of this complex profession Written by a certified practicing urban planner, with extensive practical and community-outreach experience For anyone interested in being in the vanguard of building, designing, and shaping tomorrow's sustainable city, Urban Planning For Dummies offers an informative, entirely accessible introduction on learning how.
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