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Dynamic Settings in Fluid World


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This book is in six parts. Part I deals with assimilations and harmonisation for development. It covers subjects like India as a bonding and assimilating nation, beyond management education, importance of consultants, value of public service, etc. The subject of Part II is globalisation and its impact. It has essays on integration in world economy, emerging global powers, Brexit, global economic uncertainties, etc. Part III covers development projects. It has essays on land acquisition, utilization of surplus land, project management, smart city and so on. Two essays are on Karnataka. Part IV covers governance of enterprises and institutions. Five essays are on the Reserve Bank of India and three on corporate governance. Development banking, family managed business and public enterprises have also been dealt with. Part V deals with different aspects of inclusive growth including mini-finance for self-help ventures and investors in bear market. Part VI includes ‘Reviewing thoughts.’ They are inclusive of foreign investment by emerging economies, coalition government, fractures in the world economy, etc.
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N. Benjamin
Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune 411004, India

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This book is in six parts. Part I deals with assimilations and harmonisation for development. It covers subjects like India as a bonding and assimilating nation, beyond management education, importance of consultants, value of public service, etc. The subject of Part II is globalisation and its impact. It has essays on integration in world economy, emerging global powers, Brexit, global economic uncertainties, etc. Part III covers development projects. It has essays on land acquisition, utilization of surplus land, project management, smart city and so on. Two essays are on Karnataka. Part IV covers governance of enterprises and institutions. Five essays are on the Reserve Bank of India and three on corporate governance. Development banking, family managed business and public enterprises have also been dealt with. Part V deals with different aspects of inclusive growth including mini-finance for self-help ventures and investors in bear market. Part VI includes ‘Reviewing thoughts.’ They are inclusive of foreign investment by emerging economies, coalition government, fractures in the world economy, etc.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.21648/arthavij%2F2019%2Fv61%2Fi3%2F185879