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Governance and Accountability: Essays on the Indian Financial and Corporate Sectors - D.N. Ghosh
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Rawat Publications, 2000. Hardcover. New. Culture Change in India: Identity and Globalization offers a critical evaluation of changes in cultural values, institutions and ideologies which constitute India’s response to the contemporary challenges from the forces of cultural and economic globalization. In the backdrop of discussions of conceptual and theoretical issues in the study of culture and its processes of change, it evaluates the significance of the present social structure of the Indian society, its historical past and contemporary processes in defining the boundaries and directions of the changes in its cultural systems, whether at the level of locality, region, nation or civilization. It is argued that the unique quality of this relationship between culture and social structure in India, and its adaptive dynamism to meet with new cultural challenges, has provided it resilience to preserve its cultural identity. The book mainly concerns with changes in cultural styles through exposure to global cultural patterns. It also examines the impact of electronic media, migration and increased pace of inter-cultural interactions upon local, regional and national levels of culture. It deals with how these processes have led to the rise in popular culture, changes in the form and style of leisure activities, given rise to new normative standards for defining community relationships, political leadership and generally how it reflects upon India’s ability in the future to maintain cultural and social resilience to face up to the new challenges of modernization and globalization. Printed Pages: 260., Rawat Publications, 2000, Rawat Publications, 2000. Hardcover. New. Culture Change in India: Identity and Globalization offers a critical evaluation of changes in cultural values, institutions and ideologies which constitute India’s response to the contemporary challenges from the forces of cultural and economic globalization. In the backdrop of discussions of conceptual and theoretical issues in the study of culture and its processes of change, it evaluates the significance of the present social structure of the Indian society, its historical past and contemporary processes in defining the boundaries and directions of the changes in its cultural systems, whether at the level of locality, region, nation or civilization. It is argued that the unique quality of this relationship between culture and social structure in India, and its adaptive dynamism to meet with new cultural challenges, has provided it resilience to preserve its cultural identity. The book mainly concerns with changes in cultural styles through exposure to global cultural patterns. It also examines the impact of electronic media, migration and increased pace of inter-cultural interactions upon local, regional and national levels of culture. It deals with how these processes have led to the rise in popular culture, changes in the form and style of leisure activities, given rise to new normative standards for defining community relationships, political leadership and generally how it reflects upon India’s ability in the future to maintain cultural and social resilience to face up to the new challenges of modernization and globalization. Printed Pages: 260., Rawat Publications, 2000, Sage Publications, 2001. Softcover. New. This book discusses the changing perspectives and emerging issues in employer-employee relations in the Indian industry consequent to economic liberalization and globalization. It also discusses the role of bipartism and tripartism in the context of structural changes, and the current trends in collective bargaining and shop-floor-level consultation and cooperation. Printed Pages: 342., Sage Publications, 2001, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2009 The India: Urban Poverty Report 2009 identifies the problems faced by the poor and focuses on the systemic changes that are needed. It looks at the process of globalization and the development strategy in the country, and asks why the poor exist in urban India and how they are being physically and economically absorbed into the system. It analyses the processes of urbanization, migration, changes in the economic structure, and the pattern of infrastructural investment, highlighting how these impact on the well-being of the poor. The central concerns of this report include: • trends and patterns of migration; • dynamics of urban land and capital market; • marginalization of the poor to the urban periphery; • changes in urban governance; • gender dimensions of urban poverty; • unorganized workforce and the informal sector; • provision of and access to basic services and amenities indicating quality of life; and • the appalling conditions in slums. The essays present both the challenges as well as some of the innovative solutions that are being tried out in different parts of the country. With a focus on the goal of inclusive cities in India, this report will be an important contribution to the re-evaluation of existing policies and programmes to redress urban poverty.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 15 x 23 Cm., Oxford University Press, 2009, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007 The closing decades of the last century witnessed a fundamental shift in the geopolitical power balance in the world with USA emerging as the only superpower and capitalism as the dynamic engine of growth. This volume appraises the impact of globalization on the state-market relationship, and discusses the experience of China and India. Divided into four sections, the essays in this volume discuss these issues in a historical and comparative perspective. The first section focuses mainly on how China and India, with completely different political structures and institutions, are grappling with the problems of growth in a globalizing economy. The second section is a telling account of the culture that permeates the epicentre of the financial world, with little concern for financial stability in the transition economies. The essays in the third section deal with certain key regulatory and governance issues in the Indian financial system. The final section — set in the context of the Enron episode that was followed by successive bankruptcies of some of the largest global corporations — highlights how corporate giants need to improve governance for better investor confidence and market transparency. Readership.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2007

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Geologie En Mijnbouw, Vol. 65, No. 2, 1986, Pp. 91-187. , 1986. Softcovers Journal; ex-corporate library; minor shelfwear; o/w in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDES Upper Mantle under Europe; Mylonites in Continental Crust and their Role as Seismic Reflectors; New Insights in the Structural and Metamorphic History of the western Lys-Caillauas Massif (Central Pyrenees, France). . Soft Cover. Very Good., Geologie En Mijnbouw, Vol. 65, No. 2, 1986, Pp. 91-187., 1986, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2009. The India: Urban Poverty Report 2009 identifies the problems faced by the poor and focuses on the systemic changes that are needed. It looks at the process of globalization and the development strategy in the country, and asks why the poor exist in urban India and how they are being physically and economically absorbed into the system. It analyses the processes of urbanization, migration, changes in the economic structure, and the pattern of infrastructural investment, highlighting how these impact on the well-being of the poor. The central concerns of this report include: ?trends and patterns of migration; ?dynamics of urban land and capital market; ?marginalization of the poor to the urban periphery; ?changes in urban governance; ?gender dimensions of urban poverty; ?unorganized workforce and the informal sector; ?provision of and access to basic services and amenities indicating quality of life; and ?the appalling conditions in slums. The essays present both the challenges as well as some of the innovative solutions that are being tried out in different parts of the country. With a focus on the goal of inclusive cities in India, this report will be an important contribution to the re-evaluation of existing policies and programmes to redress urban poverty. . First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 15 x 23 Cm., Oxford University Press, 2009, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007. The closing decades of the last century witnessed a fundamental shift in the geopolitical power balance in the world with USA emerging as the only superpower and capitalism as the dynamic engine of growth. This volume appraises the impact of globalization on the state-market relationship, and discusses the experience of China and India. Divided into four sections, the essays in this volume discuss these issues in a historical and comparative perspective. The first section focuses mainly on how China and India, with completely different political structures and institutions, are grappling with the problems of growth in a globalizing economy. The second section is a telling account of the culture that permeates the epicentre of the financial world, with little concern for financial stability in the transition economies. The essays in the third section deal with certain key regulatory and governance issues in the Indian financial system. The final section ?set in the context of the Enron episode that was followed by successive bankruptcies of some of the largest global corporations ?highlights how corporate giants need to improve governance for better investor confidence and market transparency. Readership.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2007

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New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007. The closing decades of the last century witnessed a fundamental shift in the geopolitical power balance in the world with USA emerging as the only superpower and capitalism as the dynamic engine of growth. This volume appraises the impact of globalization on the state-market relationship, and discusses the experience of China and India. Divided into four sections, the essays in this volume discuss these issues in a historical and comparative perspective. The first section focuses mainly on how China and India, with completely different political structures and institutions, are grappling with the problems of growth in a globalizing economy. The second section is a telling account of the culture that permeates the epicentre of the financial world, with little concern for financial stability in the transition economies. The essays in the third section deal with certain key regulatory and governance issues in the Indian financial system. The final section ?set in the context of the Enron episode that was followed by successive bankruptcies of some of the largest global corporations ?highlights how corporate giants need to improve governance for better investor confidence and market transparency. Readership.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2007

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This collection of essays provides an insightful account of how expanding capitalism has emerged as the only dynamic engine of growth which has deep implications for the management of national economics. The volume gives an account of the growing importance of the relationship between businessand polity and the impact of this on corporate governance and global business. D.N. Ghosh, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, Governance and Accountability: Essays on the Indian Financial and Corporate Sectors Books>Social and Cultural Studies, Oxford University Press

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Governance and Accountability: Essays on the Indian Financial and Corporate Sectors
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Ghosh, D. N.

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Governance and Accountability: Essays on the Indian Financial and Corporate Sectors

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9780195689310

These essays provide an insightful account of how expanding capitalism has emerged as the only dynamic engine of growth which has deep implications for the management of national economics. They give an account of the growing importance of the relationship between business and polity and the impact on corporate governance and global business.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195689310
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Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR
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Weight: 0,667 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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