ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Review Of Industry And Management

Review Of Industry And Management
This article surveys recent development in Indian employment relations, broadly defined, from the perspective of a visiting British academic. The author finds traditional academic industrial...
In the mainstream international management literature the issue of the extent to which multinational corporations achieve the outcomes desired by host country stakeholders is yet to receive the...
While the positive relationship between market concentration and price-cost margin or profitability is well documented in industrial organisation literature, the present paper makes an attempt to...
Though India has a good number of Schumpeterian entrepreneurs who have made the country a frontrunner in information technology, the country also has a large number of micro and small enterprises...
The corporate sector in India has witnessed a substantial growth of mergers and acquisitions since the 1990s. Through the first wave of M&As (1990-95), the Indian corporate houses seem to have...
Mergers and acquisitions are being increasingly used the world over as a strategy for achieving larger size, faster growth in market share and reach, and for becoming more competitive through...
This paper presents a new framework for the memoranda of understanding that central public sector enterprises sign with the government for benchmarking their performance. The framework goes beyond...
With the shift to a strong patent law, Indian pharmaceutical companies are rapidly shifting their focus to the generics market of the developed world. But even as India has become a net exporter of...
The basic object of this paper is to explore what role manufacturing output growth has had on overall economic growth and on employment growth in manufacturing industries in India in the pre- and...
In today's globalised economy, mergers and acquisitions are being increasingly used the world over as a strategy for achieving a larger size and asset base, faster growth in market share and for...
Uttar Pradesh, a leading producer of sugar cane and sugar before independence, lost its pre-eminent position to Maharashtra in the 1960s, when the western state developed a formidable sugar industry...
Almost all earlier studies comparing pharmaceutical prices in Pakistan and India have attributed higher prices in Pakistan mainly to the differences in the intellectual property rights regime between...

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