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Business India

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ISBN : NWU:35556041174103
Genre : Business
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Category: Business

India Business

Author : Aruna Chandra
ISBN : 096714390X
Genre : Corporations, American
File Size : 60.75 MB
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Doing business in India isn't easy but it presents an important opportunity for today's global marketer. India is second only to China among the countries the U.S. Department of Commerce calls Big Emerging Markets. India Business provides up-to-date information on:-- The middle class Indian consumer.-- Specific industry sectors in India including information technology, services, and retailing.-- Urban markets in India.-- Politics and the Indian economy.-- Strategies for market entry, marketing, advertising, and promotion.-- Resources of business information in the U.S. and in India.Vignettes throughout the book bring a human face to the country and Indian business practices. Adding depth are three interviews with executives who have several years of on-the-ground experience in India, marketing their companies' products and making things happen.You get practical advice from authors who are writing about their native land of India and have years of experience consulting with international businesses. Three long-term and short-term economic scenarios are supplemented with a checklist of what to watch for and the authors' assessment of the most likely economic scenarios. You learn the pros and cons so you can consider the Indian market with fresh information, but a realistic point of view.
Category: Corporations, American

Business And Politics In India

Author : Dwijendra Tripathi
ISBN : UCAL:B3879961
Genre : Business and politics
File Size : 79.27 MB
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Covering The Period From The Great Mughals Until After Independence In 1947, This Classic Work Provides An Insight Into Both Continuity And Change In The Attitude Of Business Towards Political Twists And Turns, And How These Influenced The Indian Business And Vice Versa.
Category: Business and politics

A Business History Of India

Author : Tirthankar Roy
ISBN : 9781107186927
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 69.56 MB
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Studying firms and entrepreneurs over three centuries, this book unravels the historical roots of the impressive business growth witnessed in contemporary India.
Category: Business & Economics

Doing Business In India

Author : Chandrashekhar Lakshman
ISBN : 9781780634555
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.26 MB
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A comprehensive look at understanding India with a strategic framework that can be readily used for doing business in this market is needed. Doing Business in India discusses the cultural and consumer profile of the people of India and how these fit into the macroeconomic context. The analytical framework provided and illustrated with real case examples spans domains such as the institutional context of the country (full of voids and amazing peculiarities) and the interesting federalist political framework in a country with many states. Based on this foundation, the book introduces the business strategies appropriate for both rural and urban markets in India. The following chapters cover the successful implementation of these strategies in India. The remaining chapters focus on successful cross-cultural management of Indian managers and employees, the appropriate types of leadership required for managing the Indian workforce, the types of managerial control systems likely to be successful in this country, and the HRM practices that can help companies to win in this market. Offers a unique and exclusive focus on India Focus on political particularities in India crucial for understanding success models Explores the overall strategic framework for better strategy formulation in context Focus on strategy implementation issues (leadership, HRM, organizational systems) Includes cases not found in other sources
Category: Business & Economics

Conducting Business In China And India

Author : Deepak Sardana
ISBN : 9781137547217
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book takes a holistic approach to explore how business is being conducted in China and India, and to analyze the factors that influence business decisions in present times. In doing so the book seeks to develop a fuller understanding of the present ‘context’ within the two Asian nations, drawing upon a complete understanding of the culture, history and behaviour of the society and its institutions. The authors probe an area that has not been widely addressed before and seek to provide a finer analysis of the influences behind day-to-day business operations. This study has widespread appeal as it covers business processes at three different levels: macro-level, including government policies and institutions; meso-level, organisations and communities; and micro-level, individuals within business. Not only appealing to scholars, senior executives, business professionals and policy-makers, this book will also provide an interdisciplinary examination of how business is conducted in China and India, and will be valuable to anyone with a general interest in Asian business.
Category: Business & Economics

Doing Business In India For Dummies

Author : Ranjini Manian
ISBN : 9781118051634
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 51.5 MB
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India is booming! This practical, easy-to-understand guide covers all the basics of setting up and growing your business in India, from choosing a location and selecting your Indian team to understanding the legal system, evaluating business partners, and settling disputes. You also get handy tips in financing, marketing, and manufacturing, as well as doing business from abroad. Develop a strong business plan Train and manage your Indian team Cut through bureaucratic red tape Build lucrative relationships Overcome communication challenges
Category: Business & Economics

India Means Business

Author : Kshama V. Kaushik
ISBN : 9780199088515
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89.49 MB
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Held to be the fourth largest economy by dint of its purchasing power, India is part of the G-20 major economies with significant influence on regional and global affairs. This book traces the evolution of business in India from the pre-British Raj days to look at the forces that have shaped Indian commerce and economy. From indigenous business and financial practices to the role of family business and state-owned public sector enterprises, the influence of global business on India, successful business practices of modern India, and the Indian story in modern times—the book presents a well-rounded picture of the country's position in the global business scenario. Looking at the sustainability of the Indian dream, the narrative is supported by case studies of organizations like ITC Limited, ICI India Limited, HCL Limited, and Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited.
Category: Business & Economics

Business Responsibility And Sustainability In India

Author : Bimal Arora
ISBN : 9783030137168
Genre : Business & Economics
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On the backdrop of the institutionalisation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability, and the emergence of multi-stakeholder-driven voluntary regulation, this timely collection places special emphasis on India and explores its international voluntary sustainability standards. The authors analyse the adoption and implementation of voluntary governance initiatives across a range of industries, offering insightful sectoral discussion and evaluation of voluntary sustainability standards as forms of transnational private regulation. This book will be of interest to anyone researching CSR, sustainability and supply chain management in emerging markets.
Category: Business & Economics

Does The Business Environment Affect Corporate Investment In India

Author : Kiichi Tokuoka
ISBN : 9781463950255
Genre : Business & Economics
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Since the global financial crisis, corporate investment has been weak in India. Sluggish corporate investment would not only moderate growth from the demand side but also constrain growth from the supply side over time. Against this background, this paper analyzes the reasons for the slowdown and discusses how India can boost corporate investment, using both macro and firm-level micro data. Analysis of macro data indicates that macroeconomic factors can largely explain corporate investment but that they do not appear to account fully for recent weak performance, suggesting a key role of the business environment in reviving corporate investment. Analysis of micro panel data suggests that improving the business environment by reducing costs of doing business, improving financial access, and developing infrastructure, could stimulate corporate investment.
Category: Business & Economics