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Author: Ian M. D. Little,Dipak Mazumdar,John M. Page
ISBN: 0195207793
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Pages 376 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press (February 9, 1989)
Language English
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eBook Small Manufacturing Enterprises: A Comparative Study of India and Other Economies (A World Bank Research Publication) download

by Ian M. D. Little,Dipak Mazumdar,John M. Page


Published for the World Bank. Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-345) and index. Mazumdar, Dipak, 1932-; Page, John . 1949-; International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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book by Dipak Mazumdar. India is the only developing country with an extensive set of policies designed to promote and protect small enterprises.

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Little, I. Dipak Mazumdar and John Page, 1987, Small Manufacturing Enterprises: A Comparative Analysis of India and Other Economies, New York: Oxford University Press. Living Media India Lt. 1987, ‘Looking Back over the Past Decade’, Computers Today (January), 48–55. Padberg, Daniel . 1962, ‘The Use of Markov Processes in Measuring Changes in Market Structure’, Journal of Farm Economics 44, 189–199. niversity of MarylandCollege ParkUSA. onsultant to the World BankOEDWashington, DCUSA. Included bibliographical references (p.

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1987Description: x, 362 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0195206193. Subject(s): Manufacturing industries - India Small business - India Manufacturing industries - Developing countries Small business - Developing countriesDDC classification: 33. /42/0954. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Published for the World Bank.

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Domestic Economic Analysis and Publication Directorate National Bank of Ethiopia. Mytelka, L. K. (2000). Competition, Innovation and Competitiveness in Developing Countries. Paris: OECD NBE (National Bank of Ethiopia. Annual Report 2015/16. Innovation and barriers to innovation: Small and medium enterprises in Addis Ababa. Cross sectional comparative study design was used. Purposive sampling method was used to choose the specific Kebele 14 of the study area, for its relatively high number of industries. The study units were stratified into small and medium scale industries.

Small Manufacturing Enterprises Ian Little, Dipak Mazumdar, John M. Page World Bank Publications, 1988 . texts. Book Description India is the only developing country with an extensive set of policies designed to promote and protect small enterprises. Page World Bank Publications, 1989 . catalog.

India is the only developing country with an extensive set of policies designed to promote and protect small enterprises. By examining Indian small enterprise development and policy in an international context, this book provides lessons for industrial policy in developing economies. The authors draw on data from new and intensive surveys of several industries in India and other countries to elucidate the relative advantages of large and small units, especially with regard to the efficiency of labor and capital use. Concluding that modern small enterprises are not reliably more labor-intensive than larger enterprises, and often use capital and labor less efficiently, they present a plan of policy reform that advocates promotion of agriculture and industrial equality in achieving adequate demand for labor.