Tag: Business

Micro Economics

 Theory of Consumer Behaviour
 Theory of Production and Costs
 Decision making under uncertainty Attitude towards Risk
 Game Theory – Non Cooperative games
 Market Structures, competitive and non-competitive equilibria and their
efficiency properties
 Factor Pricing
 General Equilibrium Analysis
 Efficiency Criteria: Pareto-Optimality, Kaldor – Hicks and Wealth Maximization
 Welfare Economics: Fundamental Theorems , Social Welfare Function
 Asymmetric Information: Adverse Selection and Moral Hazard

Macro Economics

 National Income: Concepts and Measurement
 Determination of output and employment: Classical & Keynesian Approach
 Consumption Function
 Investment Function
 Multiplier and Accelerator
 Demand for Money
 Supply of Money
 IS – LM Model Approach
 Inflation and Phillips Curve Analysis
 Business Cycles
 Monetary and Fiscal Policy
 Rational Expectation Hypothesis and its critique

International Economics

 International Trade: Basic concepts and analytical tools
 Theories of International Trade
 International Trade under imperfect competition
 Balance of Payments: Composition, Equilibrium and Disequilibrium
and Adjustment Mechanisms
 Exchange Rate: Concepts and Theories
 Foreign Exchange Market and Arbitrage
 Gains from Trade, Terms of Trade, Trade Multiplier
 Tariff and Non-Tariff barriers to trade; Dumping
 GATT, WTO and Regional Trade Blocks; Trade Policy Issues
 IMF & World Bank

India’s First RRTS Train Unveiled-speed 180 k/h

The state-of-the-art RRTS rolling stock will be first of its kind in India with a design speed of 180 kmph. With radiating stainless steel outer body, these aerodynamic RRTS trains will be lightweight and fully air-conditioned. Each car will have six automatic plug-in type wide doors, three on each side (Business Class will have four such doors, two on each side) for ease of access and exit.

Impact Statement for Business is an assessment of impact on business due to crime

United Kingdom

A witness statement allows a witness to give evidence to the court about the circumstances and nature of a crime. This will be used by the court to establish whether a crime was committed and by whom. When sentencing a person found ‘guilty’ of that crime, an ISB enables a business to set out the impact a crime has had on the business and this will be considered by the court when determining the appropriate sentence for the crime.

Enterprise

[2h] “Enterprise” means a person or a department of the Government, who or which is, or has been, engaged in any activity, relating to the production, storage, supply, distribution, acquisition or control […]

BUSINESS LAWS

Core Practice Banking Law Investment Law Information Law Commercial Law Commercial Law of Foreign Countries Competition Law Corporate Law Insolvency (Bankruptcy) Law Legal Services and Protection of Rights for Subjects of Entrepreneurial […]

BUSINESS ORGANISATION

BUSINESS ACTIVITIES IN INDIA TYPES REGULATIONS TAXATION SOLE TRATERS     LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP     PARTNERSHIP OF UNLIMITED LIABILITY     CORPORATIONS     FRANCHISES     OTHER FORMS     BUSINESS […]

Industries in India

Law Library Industry classification categorizes companies into industrial groupings based on similar production processes, products, or nature of the business. Agrochemicals Airlines Aluminium Auto Parts & Equipment Auto Tyres & Rubber Products […]