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Review of Management

Review of Management
The health care system in India needs to become more accessible and affordable to the poor and the unreached. This process requires prioritising plans, funds, activities, etc, in accordance with the...
of pragmatism were not proving very successful, yet they continued to be followed. But with the goal becoming more and more distant, the tribes also showed tendencies of associating the other faiths...
This paper recounts the experience of the Joint Committee, the apex, participative union-management forum of the public sector organisation, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited. The data, based on the...
In many sectors of industry, including those involving sophisticated technology, we now know what it takes to bring about successful generation and commercialisation of indigenously developed...
Reviewing the current status of the public administration discipline in the Indian universities, this paper raises questions about the relevance of so-called theories and approaches in public...
This paper discusses the concept technological change and attempts to measure such change in the Indian economy over the period 1968-69 to 1979-80 through an input-output approach. The extent of...
The question of tribal separatism is increasingly coming to the fore. Sometimes it is raised with a profound sense of alarm as if there were a revolt and the army ought to be marched in to crush it...
This paper develops a Management Information System (MIS) for the national programme on biogas development It first identifies the problems of the existing information system in utilising the data...
Restructuring the Institutional Frame Ram K Vepa Small industry is now recognised as a vital component of the industrial economy of the country; the Seventh Five Year Plan envisages a rapid increase...
Resource Orientation Anil Chaturvedi Abha Chaturvedi The process of modernisation of technology in Indian companies has generally been accompanied by an exuberance towards technological change and a...
A Study of the Paper Industry Alka Subramanian Government policy which has discriminated against large paper mills and favoured the small nulls sector has been largely responsible for the entry of...
of Dependence The Bank of Mexico's latest Annual Report brings out how deeply trapped in perpetual and hopeless dependence are countries like Mexico, countreis that have sought economic growth...
and Monitoring Agency A Model 'Single Window Clearance System' for India S Datta After critically evaluating the existing procedures for starting a small-scale industry the paper develops a Model '...
P Mohanan Pillai J Srinivasan Given the capacity utilisation two major factors are alleged to contribute to low poductivity of Indian industries. They are (I) over-manning of the existing capital...
in Public Sector Enterprises V Nilakant This paper attempts to explore issues in organisational change within the framework of perspectives developed in the field of Organisational Behaviour It is...
fates is high inflation, since interest costs build into the price structure. Graph 4 traces the recent path of inflation in Mexico. After peaking at the start of 1983, inflation gradually...
Working Capital A Techno-Financial Approach Hrishikes Bhattacharyya The operating cycle theory of working capital as derived from 'natural business year' concept of Park and Gladson has not been...
Oil and Other Multinationals in India by M S Patwardhan, Popular Prakashan, Bombay, p 140, Price Rs 150 IN recent years the door has been opened wide for largescale inflow of foreign capital into...
Central to any study of accountability in government is the role of government audit, which has a vital role in helping the executive and the legislature to ensure that public money is spent...
Indian business houses began to diversify into agri-business in the mid-sixties, often in collaboration with multinationals. However, as the purchasing power of the Indian farmer is limited, except...
Financial innovations reduce transaction costs and risk and so bring about a widening and deepening of capital markets and contribute to acceleration of economic development through the favourable...
A number of major policy initiatives toward public enterprises are being pushed vigorously by the government. Phrases like "MOUs" ''holding companies" and "privatisation" have become a part of the...
MAHARASHTRA Of Sand and King Bali Gail Omvedt WHO would have thought that a few thousand cubic metres of sand from a dried up river would turn into a focus of confrontation between peasants and the...
Some Management Aspects of Indian Planning in Retrospect and Prospect S IN Chary Vinod Vyasulu This paper is in two parts. Part I looks at the 'Retrospect' aspect of Indian planning, especially our...
Relations between Four State Government Departments at the District Level Anil Chaturvedi An understanding of the dynamics that exist between organisations becomes a fruitful area of study because...
V M Dandekar It will be wrong to reject employee stock ownership simply because the idea has come from the governments and spokesmen of liberal capitalism and because, if accepted, it may make it...
Crisis of Modern Science Crisis of Modern Science preferred to divide the world into modem and traditional, rather than first world and third world, categories which he felt were A Conference Report...
A Management Approach S K Barua Gurdev Singh S P Seetharaman In this paper, the authors describe how an enterprise oriented rural development programme is implemented by taking the poultry...
Need for a Policy Approach Mukul Sanwal Microcomputers have a revolutionary potential in district administration, because they will facilitate the institutional changes needed by the new paradigm...
Bagaram Tulpule Current official thinking assigns a central place and role to electronics and computers in our country's thrust towards faster economic and industrial development and technological...
Which 'Foreign Hand'? Babar Ali IN an interview with the New York Times, President Zia rather boldly accused Benazir Bhutto of receiving funds and support from the Soviet Unidn during the August...
A Study for a Trade Union A Group of Researchers Contractual production has been increasing steadily in even the most organised sectors, in the most modern industries as well as in the public sector...
to Women's Oppression Gabriele Dietrich Women, Tradition and Culture by Malladi Subbamma; Sterling Publishers, New Delhi, 1985; pp 135, Rs 70. THIS book is written by the chairperson of the Indian...
A S Bhalla The problems of small-scale production and industrialisation in the past have been manifold: tack of local purchasing power, inadequate credit facilities, poor infrastructure and ill-...
If Not for Profit Then for What? Prajapati Trivedi Public enterprises should not be evaluated on the basis of the same criteria as private enterprises, though, like private enterprises, they must be...
Satya Deva The theory of bureaucracy suffers from contradictions and has reached an impasse, Weber's contribution lies, not in discovering the characteristics of bureaucracy, since these were...
Arms Production in Third World Reality, Myth and Nightmare Dipak Ghosh Arms Production in the Third World by Michael Brzoska and Thomas Ohlson (eds); Taylor and Francis, London and Philadelphia,...
Indian Experience Subratesh Ghosh Since the sixties there has been widespread controversy, based on studies conducted mostly in the advanced industrial countries of the west, on the role of monetary...
A P Saxena The administrative apparatus along with its systems and procedures is becoming complex, even cumbersome. At the same time the rising expectations of the people at large make it...
Sonali Tea Garden, 1973-1981 Ratna Sen This article deals with an experiment in workers' management of a tea garden in the eastern region of India. While the experiment related informal terms to the...
Developing Countries Implications for Human Resources Development Dieter Ernst Private firms based in the major OECD countries are under increasing pressure to expand the worldwide proliferation of...
Implications of Linking Wages to Productivity Sharat G Lin Following the precedents in Bombay and Coimbatore, the Delhi textile strike has once again raised the issue of linking wages to...
S K Sanyal The efficiency of any information system depends on a correct assessment of data requirements based on an appraisal of the demands made by individual users and on the methodologies...
A Forecast R H Patil Ranjana Pendharkar This paper attempts to make a forecast of the growth in private corporate investment in 1986. Corporate investment covered here includes gross capital...
K P Joseph There is a delusion among the officials of the Audit Department and some academics and government officials that our Audit is among the best in the world and many professional people in...
R Bandyopadhyay Before one can examine the management processes and problems arising out of mass banking, attention needs to be focused on the character and conceptual foundations of mass banking...
in Indian Corporate Sector K A Menon Study of the behaviour of the average rate of interest or the share of interest cost in the value of production and value added, though important in itself, does...
Indian Tea Industry Neelanjana Mitra This paper examines the nature and extent of concentration in the Indian tea industry and compares the rates of growth of output of different size-groups of...
First Twenty Years of Assam Company Limited (1839-59) Kalyan K Sircar Not much work has been done on the labour-management relations in Indian industries of an early period when there were no formal...
and Demand for Commercial Vehicles Rajaram Dasgupta This paper attempts to estimate demand for different categories of commercial vehicles upto the end of this decade. The author contends that the...
Anil K Khandelwal The Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) were conceived as low-cost institutions to provide credit to small and marginal farmers and other down-trodden sections in the rural areas. Within a...
Compensating Government Employees for Price Increase Basis, Trends and Forecasts Poonam Gupta Sanjeev Gupta Does the existing policy of dearness allowance (DA) payments compensate government...
Technology Transfer to an Indian Manufacturing Firm Shekhar Chaudhuri Tushar K Moulik This paper presents an in-depth case study of technology transfer to an Indian manufacturing firm in the tractor...
Investments An Indian Perspective Vihang R Errunza Over the last two-three years India has moved towards selective liberalisation of rules governing foreign portfolio investment (FPI). It would be...
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