Economic Anthropology is the study of different kinds of economic life and its evolution. Aim of Economic Anthropology (by Ralph Piddington) To gather information about economic human nature. To study the process and result of economic contacts. To study primitive society and economic institutions in their most elementary form. Three interrelated aspects of Economic systems […]
The sugar industry in India is a highly developed agricultural-based industry with a customer base of billions of people. India is also the world’s second-largest producer of sugar, behind only Brazil. Sugarcane is a tropically grown crop that is widely grown in India. Distribution of Sugar Industry in India Based on Webber’s Theory of Transportation, […]
What are Iron ores? Iron ores are minerals substance from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. Iron ores are sedimentary rocks found in the Dharwar rock systems such as Cuddapah (India). It forms the basic industry (primary) to other industries and requires smelting to produce the end products. Factors influencing the location of the […]
With different governments using different statistics, it has been difficult to ascertain the status of formal employment in India.
The Minor Forest Produce (MFP) received definition in 2007 under section 2(i) of the Forest Rights Act (FRA), 2006 as all non-timber forest produce of plant origin such as hones, waxes, stumps, malkangani seed, Tesar cacoon, wild dry mushroom, bamboo and etc. State assigned agencies are held responsible for the purchase of minor forest produce […]
Demonetization occurs when a currency ceases to have legal tender. It occurs normally whenever there is a change of national currency, like in case of European Union when they move to Europe.
Supply chain management (SCM) represents the entire range of activities starting from arranging raw materials for the producers to the distribution of final produce products. It is a process of planning, implementing, and controlling the operations of the supply chain as efficiently as possible.
Viability Gap Funding (VGF) started in around 2004 to kick-start the economically Justified but financially unviable projects. It was meant to support a public-private partnership (PPP) kind of project, whereby the government would contribute up to some percentage of the total project cost. More support will be provided if some State agencies or Financial institutions […]
Mahalanobis’s Strategy Of Industrialization led the foundation for capital goods Industries in India….made skilled labor readily and economically available, whereas the low-skilled labor force became relatively expensive.