Succeeding In India
Author : Wolfgang Messner;G. Shainesh;Nikolas Zalesky
Bio : Wolfgang Messner (PhD, MBA, MSc,BSc) is clinical associate professor of international business at the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina (USA).;G. Shainesh , Indian Institute of Management Bangalore; and Nikolas Zalesky ,Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina.
ISBN : 9781631578717
Publish Date : 2017/6/13
Page Count : 22
India is a highly complex, competitive, and at the same time immensely attractive market. But there is a substantial difference between products that sell in the developed world and products that will excite customers in India. Based on actual experiences of Indian and foreign businesses on the subcontinent, we have identified five commandments that, when followed, differentiate successful firms from failed initiatives.
Framing Organic Policy in India
Author : Souvik Dutta;Arpita Mukherjee
Bio : Souvik Dutta is an Assistant Professor in Economics at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). He is the recipient of the Young Faculty Research Chair at IIMB. He specializes in the fields of Applied Microeconomics and Development Economics. Dr. Dutta holds a PhD in Economics from the Pennsylvania State University, USA.
Arpita Mukherjee is a Professor at ICRIER. She has several years of experience in policy-oriented research, working closely with the government in India and policymakers in the EU, US, ASEAN, and East Asian countries. Dr. Mukherjee has a PhD in Economics from the University of Portsmouth, UK.
ISBN : 9781947441712
Publish Date : 2017/9/15
Page Count : 10
This article tries to examine some of the global best practices in organic farming and organic food products that can help to design a comprehensive policy in India. Such a policy is expected to ensure a stable and business-friendly environment, enhance the growth of the organic food business in the domestic market and exports, encourage investment in food processing, and create employment. A comprehensive policy will also help to achieve the sustainable development goals, facilitate farmers’ linkages with the domestic and global supply chains, and help to double the farmers’ income by the year 2022, which is one of the targets of the present government.