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POVERTY IN INDIA
What is Poverty? :
What is Poverty? Poverty is hunger. Poverty is lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being able to see a doctor. Poverty is
not having access to school and not knowing how to read. Poverty is not having a job,
Introduction to Regional Economics
A region is a medium scale area of land or water which can be
differentiated on the basis of physical, human or functional
Physical characteristics: This includes factors such as forest,
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India: Crisis, Reforms and Growth in the Nineties
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Regional Balance in Indian Planning
Balanced Regional Development has long been a declared objective
of national policy in India, as it is only natural for a large and diverse
country with wide differences across states in levels of per capit
Come. Invest. Grow.
THE GROWTH STORY
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES
Vision of Team Orissa
To usher in balanced socio-economic
growth of Orissa that hinges on
sustainable development with strong
fundamentals of industrial growth,
right harnessing o
Hands-On Assignments Consumer Behaviour
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www.facebook.com That externally tracks my all websites e.g. jabong, youtube, etc even small
searches and display the same p
Three situational factors influence the relationship between attitude and behavior. First, the time passed
between a consumer developing a +ve attitude toward brand purchase and the actual opportunity to
buy is important. The more time that intervene,
Chapter-13 Consumer Decision-Making and
Diffusion of Innovations
Synthesis and Insight
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Consumer Decision-Making Model
Decision Making: Input Marketing mix, sociocultural influences
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1. To identify the causes on failure of a business and analyse the factors that drive sustainable
2. Case study on Amazon sustainab
THE FAMILY AND ITS SOCIAL STANDING
Family is the very important type of consumer socialisation.
One of the important goods revolving quickly is FMCG and it is a direct influence of family behaviour.
Decision making Consumer feedback m
DQS PAGE. 54-55
ANSWERS PG 54-55
Market segmentation is the division of consumers in a region that are ideal to sell our product /
those who have a common need that our product can fulfill.
DQS PAGE. 97
3.1 Marketers dont create needs; needs pre-exist marketers.
It is true. Marketers dont create the need but fulfil the need in a best possible way. They also give a
value addition to product that en
Infrastructure in India include transportation, agriculture, water management, telecommunications, industrial
and commercial development, power, petroleum and natural gas, housing and other segments such as mining,
Importance of Agriculture in the Indian Economy:
Farming is less a business than a tradition in India. More than 70% dependent on agri
directly indirectly dependent on livelihood. Surplus from this sector can only lead to
S=-SI+SA which ind
Bimal Jalan, Indias Economic Crisis, pp. 1-60
pp. 1- 35
1. 1990-1991 (the year this book was written) was a year of economic crisis in which India faced a very
high fiscal deficit and dangerously low foreign exchange reserves.
Time management is an art of managing time in an effective manner so that the correct time
can be allocated to the correct activity. As, everybody faces just 24 hours a day, so it is
indispensable to make an optimal use of time by allocati
As per the traditional neo-classical theory, the sole aim of an entrepreneur is to maximise the
firms profit. This proposition was based on the fact that traditionally a firm was owned by an
entrepreneur whose only rationale was to maximise p
a) 10% of the global well-off today earns 40% of the global GDP as income. This
means, 740 million of the population today, receives $29,600 billion as income and
the remaining 6660 million population receives $444,00 billion as income. The yea
Microeconomics is that branch of economics which studies the behaviour of individual firms.
It is related to the everyday world so much so that its concepts are used in daily life. The
attempt of this report is to throw light on the various c
The Article, Does competition improve public school efficiency? A spatial analysis authored
by Misra, Grimes, & Rogers [Mis12], deals with a primary research conducted in the state of
Mississippi to detect whether competition
1. In order to get an estimate of various parameters the insurance company would be
calculating the confidence interval of each so that it can determine a range within
which its estimator is likely to fall.
a) In order to get an estim
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3307AFE: International Economics
The global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008 sputtered as a result of subprime mortgages which
heralded a severe recession throughout the world. GFC shuddered the framework of many
Personal Learning Development Plan
Personal Learning Development Plan (LDP) resembles a simple procedure of throwing light
on ones own performance, learning and achievements that helps one to design ones
educational, personal and career development [Les13
Amount of claim
The business cycle is the periodic but irregular up-and-down movement in economic
activity, measured by fluctuations in real gross domestic product (GDP) and other
macroeconomic variables. A business cycle is typically characterized by fou
Variations in Inventories
Variations in inventoriesexpansion and contraction in the level of inventories of goods
kept by businessesalso contribute to business cycles. Inventories are the stocks of
goods firms keep on hand to meet demand for their product
An imbalance in labor available by sector.
The emergence of just-in-time hiring practices.
The rising cost of health care benefits.
Rapidly increasing productivity not being off-set by aggregate demand.
Only time and further analysis will show which of th
Role of agriculture in the Indian
Definition and scope
Agricultural economics is an applied science
which is mainly concerned with economic
problems that are associated with farmers
effort to make a living.
Amazon case study
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All the data is collected or synthesised from several sources. The references are mentioned at the
end. The auth