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Sharing of productivity gains in Indian industry

Nar Singh

Sharing of productivity gains in Indian industry

by Nar Singh

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Published by B.R. Pub. Corp., Distributed by D.K. Publishers" Distributors in Delhi, New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Gain sharing -- India.,
    • Sugar trade -- India.,
    • Labor productivity -- India.,
    • Capital productivity -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNar Singh.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4928.G34 S56 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 180 p. ;
      Number of Pages180
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3007002M
      LC Control Number84900524

        Yes, that’s true. Indian telecommunication Industry is one of the fastest growing telecom market in the world. The mobile sector has grown from around 10 Author: Arun Prabhudesai. Indian Industries: Historical Perspective of Indian Industries! Early Times. History of Industry in India dates back to the history of mankind. India’s handicrafts manufactured in village huts and houses all over the country were prized in foreign countries.

      Tyre Industry is known for its capital-intensive structure where 60% to 65% of the revenues is raw material cost. The other important cost involved are SG&A (selling general & administrative) which roughly contribute from 6% to 12% of the revenues and employee cost contributing from 7% . urban centers. India's retail and logistics industry employs about 40 million Indians (% of Indian population). The retail industry in India is highly fragmented and unorganized. Earlier on retailing in India was mostly done through family-owned small stores with limited merchandise, popularly known as kirana or mom-and-pop stores.

      Bringing more people into the process of generating growth and sharing the gains more widely will make India more resilient for the future. With one of the largest and youngest populations in the world, India needs to create millions of good-quality jobs in the near future to ensure decent living conditions for the vast majority of its citizens. In fact, growth in labour productivity in India since s, when steps to open up the Indian economy were initiated, has been the fastest in the manufacturing sector, followed by services and Author: Tadit Kundu.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Singh, Nar, Sharing of productivity gains in Indian industry. Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp. ; New Delhi: Distributed by D. SHARING OF PRODUCTIVITY GAINS IN INDIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY M P. SINGH & NAR SINGH INTRODUCTION The problem of sharing of productivity gains assumes significance for two reasons.

First, a due share of productivity gains may reach workers for improving their living standard and working efficiency. Second, the. The goal of this book is to assess the efficacy of India’s financial deregulation programme by analyzing the developments in cost efficiency and total factor productivity growth across different ownership types and size classes in the banking sector over the post-deregulation years.

The work also. productivity of Indian firms using plant and firm microdata, and identifies a set of distortions that exist in India’s economy at several different levels that are depressing productivity.

In India, since the majority of workers are engaged in sectors that contribute among the least to overall economic output (Hasan, Lamba & Sen, ), there is immense productivity-enhancing potential through the reallocation of workers from low productivity agriculture to relatively higher productivity non-agricultural Size: KB.

The statistics cited earlier came from an India Book Market Report, by Nielsen, with the Association of Publishers in India and the Federation of Indian Publishers. It values the print book market in India, including imports, at $ billion (Rs 26, crore). Its compounded annual growth was per cent between –12 and –Author: Gaurab Dasgupta.

The educational books sector, which forms 70 percent of the book market in India, is the bulwark for the publishing industry. The National Library in Kolkata, which maintains the Indian National Bibliography, is supposed to receive a copy of every book published in India, as per the Delivery of Books Act of Total value added constitutes barely 20 per cent of the value of output in India’s organised manufacturing sector.

The ratio of material inputs to total value of output has ranged between 58 and 65 per cent and the respective range for the fuel inputs is between 6 and 7 per cent. This book is ranked one on my list of 10 must read books for stock market investors. Peter Lynch, the author of this book, is one of the most successful fund managers with an average annual return of 30% on his portfolio for a period of 13 years.

(A great record for a mutual fund manager). This classic book explains all the important basics that a beginner should know before : Kritesh Abhishek. Labour productivity growth peaked at % in and has been on the decline since, making India part of the global productivity slowdown enigma.

Init stood at %. The automobile industry is an important driver of the economic growth in India and one of the successful sectors in which the country has high participation in global value chains (GVCs).

1 This chapter analyzes the role of government policy, infrastructure, and other enabling factors in the expansion of the automobile and automotive component sectors and the direction they are likely to take Author: Smita Miglani.

14%. India’s internet user base is the third largest in the world. Cloud services revenue in India is expected to reach US$ billion in(growth of per cent). Contribution of IT Sector to India’s Growth Story Indian IT industry has achieved phenomenal growth during the File Size: KB.

International Trade and Productivity Growth: Evidence from the Organised Manufacturing Sector in India R. Rijesh* [Abstract: The present study is an attempt to examine the impact of international trade on manufacturing productivity in Size: 1MB.

Partial and total factor productivity of the Indian automobile industry have been calculated for the period from tousing the Divisia-Tornquist index for the estimation of the.

Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 40 () – © Published by Elsevier Ltd. Selection and/or peer-review under responsibility of the Asia Pacific Business Innovation and Technology Management Society doi: / Te International Conference on Asia Pacific Business Innovation and Tecnolog?Cited by: The findings include: (i) E7 has far surpassed G7 in the share of world gross domestic product (GDP) and contribution to world economic growth, with China and India outperforming the United States on the latter measure; (ii) capital accumulation exceeds total factor productivity (TFP) as a source of growth during –17 for E7 and G7; (iii.

Indian information technology industry has grown manifold during the period to as shown in table 1. The size of Indian information technology industry has increased from USD billion in to USD billion in The share of information technology industry in Gross Domestic Product has increased from.

The lack of consistent management practices across plants in the US is widespread. While 18% of plants had adopted three-quarters or more of basic structured management practices for things like performance monitoring, targets, and incentives, 27% had adopted less than half of such practices. This volume comprehensively captures trends in productivity and its determinants in the post-reform period for Indian manufacturing.

It provides an up-to-date survey of different methods employed in measuring productivity and their applications across organized and unorganized sectors, including food, beverages, furniture, gems, chemicals, petroleum and rubber, metals and minerals, Cited by: 4.

Literacy in India is rising rapidly, from 65 per cent in to 74 per cent inand it is predicted to reach 90 per cent in ” said Jonathan Stolper, President of NPD Book group.

The existing literature primarily attributes India’s de industrialization to Britain’s productivity gains in textile manufacture and to the world transport revolution. Improved British productivity, first in cottage production and then in factory goods, led to declining world textile prices, making production in IndiaFile Size: KB.Indian Economy), Mukherjee () has studied the impact of trade liberalization on manufacturing firm productivity in India during the period and found that trade liberalization raised productivity of large firms in India, but did not raise productivity of small and medium scale Size: KB.Therefore, meaningful productivity gains can be made by reducing factor misallocation to a considerable extent.

Post the reforms ofIndia's productivity performance in most sectors is.