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Global Emergence of Agri-Tourism Sector: implications for India
(New Century Publisher, 2018)
Kaur, Manpreet and Singla, Naresh (2018) Global Emergence of Agri-tourism: Implications for India. Tourism in India : Potential, Problems and Prospects. Chapter- 6. 9788177084696
Revealed Comparative Advantages: India and Kazakhstan in Post-Cold War Era
(Korea University of International Studies, 2018)
The structure of Comparative advantages enjoyed by India and Kazakhstan in each others market has been examined for the period of 1995-2010.
An economic analysis of pesticide use in India: A case study of bathinda district
(CESER Publications, 2017)
The excessive use of the pesticides in agriculture has not only increased production cost but also led to negative externalities. The present study is an attempt to analyse the socio-economic implications of pesticide use ...
Empirics of Tourism-Led Growth in India, 1995 to 2016
In the globalized world, the travel and tourism have been considered crucial for achieving inclusive growth, especially in less developed economies. It has been increasingly recognised as a good contributor to national ...
Farmer’s participation in Formal Milk markets in Punjab: How inclusive and How effective
(Indian Society for Agricultural Marketing, 2018)
Tourism in Odisha: an engine of long run growth
(Conscientia Beam, 2016)
In this globalized era, travel and tourism has become an indispensable economic activity world over. It has the potential to strengthen the socio-economic foundation of a nation. It has the capability to disseminate the ...
Whether FDI or Exports Enhance from Indian Manufacturing Firms
(Euro American Association, 2017)
The economic reforms of 1991 resulted in an increased inflow of FDI into the Indian economy. However, for the invention of new techniques and skills, there is a great need to invest on R&D, requires a huge amount of capital, ...
Location determinants of indian outward foreign direct investment: A study of second generation of globalization
(Central University of Punjab, 2015)
Institutional credit plays an important role in agricultural development as it enables the farmers to undertake new investments and/or use of modern agricultural technologies for enhancing agricultural production. The ...