The Oxford India Anthology of Business History

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ISBN:

9780198070191

Publication date:

01/02/2011

Hardback

520 pages

253.0x190.0mm

Price: 1795.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198070191

Publication date:

01/02/2011

Hardback

520 pages

253.0x190.0mm

Medha M. Kudaisya

Suitable for: Comprehensive and authoritative, this collection will interest teachers and students of business history and business management, as well as management professionals, business executives, journalists, business analysts, and general readers.

Rights:  World Rights

Medha M. Kudaisya

Description

This unique collection presents first-hand accounts by business people, trading organizations, merchants, and travellers, showcasing the remarkable dynamism and entrepreneurship of Indian business. In addition, scholarly writings draw attention to the multiplicity of forms, ethnic and regional affiliations, cultural practices, strategies, and types of organization in Indian business. Highlighting critical themes, personalities, events, and processes, this comprehensive anthology for the first time engages with debates that are central to Indian business history and points to the new directions in which Indian business is headed. What are the big success stories of business in India? How did India make the transition from post-Independence regulation to liberalization and free enterprise? What socio-cultural and politico-economic forces constrained or propelled the rise of Indian business? How can the roots of modern business practices be traced to mercantile organizations and the bazaar? This anthology provides a fascinating account of the making of India Inc. and the leading role played by it in India's social and economic transformation.

Medha M. Kudaisya

Medha M. Kudaisya

Medha M. Kudaisya

Medha M. Kudaisya

Description

This unique collection presents first-hand accounts by business people, trading organizations, merchants, and travellers, showcasing the remarkable dynamism and entrepreneurship of Indian business. In addition, scholarly writings draw attention to the multiplicity of forms, ethnic and regional affiliations, cultural practices, strategies, and types of organization in Indian business. Highlighting critical themes, personalities, events, and processes, this comprehensive anthology for the first time engages with debates that are central to Indian business history and points to the new directions in which Indian business is headed. What are the big success stories of business in India? How did India make the transition from post-Independence regulation to liberalization and free enterprise? What socio-cultural and politico-economic forces constrained or propelled the rise of Indian business? How can the roots of modern business practices be traced to mercantile organizations and the bazaar? This anthology provides a fascinating account of the making of India Inc. and the leading role played by it in India's social and economic transformation.

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