Actions produce consequences. There is an entire branch of
philosophy devoted to this idea.
When you were a child, your parents try to teach you that your
actions have consequences. Throw a tantrum, get sent to your
room. Clean your room
Is the Delhi governments odd-even formula working in Delhi? Or is it a failed attempt at
crippling the citys air pollution issue? What is your view?
Last year, the World Health Organization conducted a study of 1600 cities and Delhi was named
Reflective Journal #1
Canada drawing closer to China out of its
own economic interest.
The Canada-China Relationship
Aditi Bansod: 991447620
The article I have chosen is titled Canada drawing closer to China out of its own e
Reflective Journal #3
Forging a Canada-China Trade Deal:
Lessons from Australia
The Canada-China Relationship
Aditi Bansod 991447620
The article I have chosen is titled Forging a Canada-China trade deal: Lessons from Australia.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009 10:40 AM
Occupants of 14th floor
Network upgrade Change Order 15148
I wanted to check in with you to see if anyone on your team is staying late on Monday, Apri
NO STIR OVER THE MONETARY POLICY
Soon after Mr. Bhimal Jalan took over as the new RBI Governor, he made his intensions clear.
Monetary Policy, he had stated will not wait for the chosen day in April or October but
constantly evolve with the need of hour.
Case Study Number 8
Long-run costs - economies & diseconomies of scale
In the long run all costs are variable and the scale of production can change (no
fixed inputs). Economies of scale are the cost advantages from expanding the scale
of production in th
ong-run costs - economies of scale
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Five Country Competitiveness
Singapore's Competitive Advantage in the Hard Disk Drive Industry
I Singapore is known as one of the most competitive nations in the world. Between 1995 and
12001, the country ranked second in the national competitive
Case Number 6
Topic: Elasticity of Demand
a) To apply the concept of elasticity of demand
b) To correlate elasticity with decision making
University fees part I
President Jones of Indian Institute of Business Economics (IIB
Nandini Manufacturers| Petrol Saver
BUSINESS PLAN AT A GLANCE
Name of unit
Forms of Organization
D-3 Chharodi Village
Saanand Viramgam Highway
Southern States V/S Northern States
The states of India are geographically divided into 29 states and 7 territories.
Again with a view point of development, states are mainly divided into 2.
GDP Growth rate
The Indian economy is considered to be the 3rd l
Prepare a Business plan, considering the following information:
A) Capital investment one crore to be raised considering internal rates costs of
production in detail.
B) Indentify the product
C) SWOT analysis
Comparative Statement - Lokpal
Issue 1. How many members in Lokpal
Issue 2. Selection criteria for the Chairperson and members
Issue 3. Composition of the collegium for selection of Lokpal
Issue 4. Jurisdiction of Lokpal
Issue 5. Powers of Lokpal
A theory of economics, especially directed toward macroeconomics, based on the unrestricted
workings of markets and the pursuit of individual self interests. Classical economics relies on
three key assumptions-flexible prices, Say's l
Macroeconomics considers the performance of the economy as a whole, which involves two major
approaches to study the pattern and influence on the economy. Economists who believe in either of the
types of thoughts are at loggerheads about various aspects a
Kalangathu Kanda Vinaikkan Thulangkathu
Thookkang Kadinthu Seyal
(What clearly eye discerns as right, with steadfast will
And mind unslumbering, that should man fulfil)
- Saint Tiruvalluvar
Key Features of Budget 2013-2014
THE ECONOMY AND THE CHALLENGES
Business Policy &
Contributors : Prof. (Col.) N.Ramgopal
Prof. Dr. Ashok Kurtkoti
Prof. Dr. S.S.Haridas
Prof. Avinash Deshpande
Prof. Pradeep Sadarpatil
Prof. S. Lakshminarayanan
Prof. Swapnil Patil
MIT School of Business
US Financial Crisis: Causes and its impact on India
The global Financial Crisis of 2008 is the most severe financial crisis that the world has
ever faced since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The Financial Crisis of 200
India in 2800BC & 1800BC with the oldest Indus Valley civilisation
In 1st & 11th century India was the worlds largest economy, during Mughal, India was the
second largest economy after china
Both of these giant refers to CHINDIA
PRO-FORMA OF BALANCE SHEET AND PROFIT & LOSS A/C
Pro forma balance sheet and Profit & loss account is an estimate of all the assets, capital,
liabilities and incomes and expenses for a particular future finan
ASSIGNMENT NO 1 BUSINESS LAW
1) Please read the attached case carefully and analyse the concepts outlined in the
landmark judgment such as Alter Ego, Vicarious Liability, and lifting corporate veil.
2) Whether an authorised signatory of the com
ASSIGNMENT -1- Aneeta Hada v/s Godfather Tours and Travels.
The law relating to negotiable instruments is primarily contained in the
Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881, which came in force on 1st march, 1882.
Bills of exchange, cheq
This assignment is about discussing on the most crucial activities and law which
is very much necessary in a country like India.
These are: 1. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
2. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT.
Today in this assignment Im going to discuss my views on 2 main topics which have the
essential part of the corporate world.
These are: 1. CSR Corporate social responsibility
2. Environment Protection Act.
This case is about Amarnath Electronics who is considering the production of four potential products:
VCRs, Stereos, TVs and DVD players. The input for all products can be viewed in terms of just three
resources: electronic components, non-el