Ruminations Of A Gadfly

Author by : Deena R. Khatkhate
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Description : Essays exploring societal changes in India and abroad; most previously published.


Ajit Singh Of Cambridge And Chandigarh

Author by : Ashwani Saith
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book examines the life and work of Ajit Singh (1940-2015), a leading radical post-Keynesian applied economist who made major contributions to the policy-oriented study of both developed and developing economies, and was a key figure in the life and evolution of the Cambridge Faculty of Economics. Unorthodox, outspoken, and invariably rigorous, Ajit Singh made highly significant contributions to industrial economics, corporate governance and finance, and stock markets – developing empirically sound refutations of neoclassical tenets. He was much respected for his challenges both to orthodox economics, and to the one-size-fits-all free-market policy prescriptions of the Bretton Woods institutions in relation to late-industrialising developing economies. Throughout his career, Ajit remained an analyst and apostle of State-enabled accelerated industrialisation as the key to transformative development in the post-colonial Global South. The author traces Ajit Singh’s radical perspectives to their roots in the early post-colonial nationalist societal aspirations for self-determination and autonomous and rapid egalitarian development – whether in his native Punjab, India, or the third world – and further explores the nuanced interface between Ajit’s simultaneous affinity, seemingly paradoxical, both with socialism and Sikhism. This intellectual biography will appeal to students and researchers in Development Economics, History of Economic Thought, Development Studies, and Post-Keynesian Economics, as well as to policy makers and development practitioners in the fields of industrialisation, development and finance within the strategic framework of contemporary globalisation.


Doing Business In India

Author by : Pawan S. Budhwar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : In response to the increasing interest in the growth and developments in the Indian economy, and the dynamic nature of the rapidly changing Indian business environment, this textbook is designed to provide a comprehensive guide to doing business in the Indian context. Written by academic experts in their respective fields, this book is divided into three parts: the Indian business context, conducting business in India, and India and the world. Key information is presented on a wide range of topics, including: Both the shortcomings and opportunities associated with the Indian business environment The economic development model in India Critical skills for negotiation and incentives for foreign investors, including case studies of Italian companies that have entered the Indian market in different ways Business culture in India, including particular customs and etiquette In addition to the pedagogical features, each chapter contains a set of key issues, and there is also a list of useful websites covering a wide range of business needs. This book introduces students to business in India, and will be also be of use to investors, organisations and managers who are already doing business, or intend to start one, in India.


Globalization Change And Learning In South Asia

Author by : Shaista Khilji
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : Globalization has changed business the world over. Financial crises in the West and parts of Asia have triggered a search for new models and ways of doing business. South Asia offers a novel perspective on these issues, both from an intra-Asia and international standpoint. Globalization, Change and Learning in South Asia is an edited collection focussing on analysis and review of contemporary business practices in South Asia. This title shows the importance of South Asia to business and management research, and the practice of business, highlighting the role of extensive learning in addressing the slew of challenges presented by globalization. An introduction by the editors highlights socio-economic aspects of South Asia to establish its relevance in the global economy. Six chapters then cover: gender issues, diaspora as catalysts of knowledge flows, anatomy of corruption, evolving nature of management and culture; corporate social responsibility perspectives, and the growth of frugal innovation practice in South Asia. Captures a balanced view of how organizations and leaders are coping with the pressures of globalization Identifies both challenges and notable practices facing organizations Provides a useful template for companies managing change within South Asia and other emerging economies


The Evolution Of The State Bank Of India

Author by : Abhik Ray
Languange : en
Publisher by : Penguin Books India
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Description : &Nbsp; Playing A Part In The Story Is A Cast Of Bankers Who Left Their Imprint On The Bank&Rsquo;S Policies, Practices And Character, Among Them A Series Of Remarkable Chairmen, Not To Speak Of The Hundreds Of Dedicated Officers And Other Employees Who Helped Establish The Bank&Rsquo;S Pre-Eminence And Provide Leadership To The Banking System. &Nbsp; The State Bank Of India Act Received The President&Rsquo;S Assent On 8 May 1955, And On 1 July, Moving With Remarkable Swiftness, The New Bank Came Into Being. The Purpose Was To Create An Institution That Would Form An Essential Part Of The Country&Rsquo;S Plans For Modernization, Envisaged In The Era Of Economic Planning. The Bank Would Have Its Roots Firmly Planted In The Countryside Through A Network Of Branches That Spanned The Country&Rsquo;S Farthest Corners, And Play A Major Role In National Development. In Volume 4 Of The Evolution Of The State Bank Of India We Are Taken Into The Heart Of The Entire Exercise, Ranging From The Organizational Issues Posed By A Rapidly Expanding Network Of Branches Running Into The Thousands To Those Of Motivating A Huge Workforce, Besides The Problems Of Venturing Into Areas Of Banking&Mdash;Such As Development Banking Geared To The Needs Of The Artisan And The Farmer&Mdash;That Had Not Been Tried Before.


Perspectives On Development

Author by : Vinayak Vijayshanker Bhatt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Academic Foundation
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Description : Tells how economics as a rigorous social discipline evolved in India. This book describes how the research department of the Reserve Bank of India created a niche for itself in economic research, even overtaking the leading and older central banks in the US and the European continent.


Money Finance Political Economy

Author by : Deena R. Khatkhate
Languange : en
Publisher by : Academic Foundation
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Description : With special reference to India.


Ruminations Of Ipome

Author by : Usongo, Kenneth
Languange : en
Publisher by : Langaa RPCIG
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Description : Breadth taking in range of subject explored and profound in depth of emotions evoked, this collection of poems chronicles different shades of emotions resulting from personal loss and love, as well as celebrates and critiques issues of culture, nature, place, people, ethics, and politics. The language is luminous and honed by refreshing and suggestive imagery.


Ruminations Of Ipome

Author by : Kenneth Usongo
Languange : en
Publisher by : African Books Collective
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Description : Breadth taking in range of subject explored and profound in depth of emotions evoked, this collection of poems chronicles different shades of emotions resulting from personal loss and love, as well as celebrates and critiques issues of culture, nature, place, people, ethics, and politics. The language is luminous and honed by refreshing and suggestive imagery.


Ruminations Peregrinations And Regenerations

Author by : Christopher J. Hansen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Description : Peregrinations, Ruminations, and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who examines the famous BBC science fiction show as a cultural artifact in dialogue with other science fiction, with politics and religion, and with the culture at large, both in terms of how it reflects and comments upon that culture and in terms of the audience and the peculiarities of its response. This book enables researchers in film and media to make historical, industrial, aesthetic, and ideological connections between and among Doctor Who and other shows and historical events since its inception in 1963. This volume is a new entry in a relatively new area. As the young fans of Doctor Who have matured, and as many have become scholars, they are returning to the show to consider it from a scholarly perspective. It is also of use in the media studies classroom to address directly the issues presented by the longest running science fiction show in the history of the medium. Peregrinations, Ruminations, and Regenerations considers not only cultural ramifications and connections, but audience studies as well.


Ruminations Volume 2 Dawns And Departures

Author by : Eric v.d. Luft
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gegensatz Press
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Description : Essays and other short works on Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, socialism, Stirner, Feuerbach, Karl Schmidt, art, religion, popular music, suicide, games, humor, and general culture.


Ruminations Selected Philosophical Historical And Ideological Papers Volume 1 Part 2 The Finite

Author by : Eric v.d. Luft
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gegensatz Press
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Description : Since the 1970s I have pursued three separate but overlapping and sometimes simultaneous careers: (1) philosopher / writer / teacher / historian of the long nineteenth century, 1789-1914; (2) editor / translator / photographer / publisher / biographer / encyclopedist; (3) cataloging librarian / rare books and special collections librarian / historian of medicine. Somehow these three vocations have garnered me some acclaim, even an entry in Who's Who in America. Each of them has resulted in some published or presented works. Because these works have been scattered in a wide variety of venues, some of which have gone out of print or have otherwise become generally unavailable - and of course with the oral presentations being gone as soon as they are given - I have thought it wise to select, epitomize, and bring them together in one place - here. Thus, what follows in these volumes is what I consider to be the most important of my shorter works. All translations are my own unless otherwise indicated.


Pnla Quarterly

Author by : Pacific Northwest Library Association
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Centennial Rumination On Max Weber S The Protestant Ethic And The Spirit Of Capitalism

Author by : Isaacs Mark
Languange : en
Publisher by : Universal-Publishers
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Description : In 1904-1905 Max Weber published the sociological classic "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism." In this book Weber argues that religion, specifically "ascetic Protestantism" provided the essential social and cultural infrastructure that led to modern capitalism. Weber's suggests that Protestantism has "an affinity for capitalism." Indeed, something within Protestantism-by accident or design-creates the necessary preconditions that lead to the flowering of a just, free, and prosperous society. At the same time, Weber wonders if the economic backwardness of certain societies and regions of the world are somehow related to their religious affiliation. Weber's century old thesis challenges the erroneous core assumptions of many secular humanists, postmoderns, Roman Catholic traditionalists, and Islamists. In view of the threat of the War on Terror, and in the face of the inadequate response of secularist and post-modern intellectuals, it is vital that we understand and appreciate the profound paradigm shift that occurred during the sixteenth and seventeenth century that led to the unfolding of modern capitalism. Despite a plethora of critics Max Weber's one-hundred year old thesis still stands.


The Handbook Of Critical Intercultural Communication

Author by : Thomas K. Nakayama
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication aims to furnish scholars with a consolidated resource of works that highlights all aspects of the field, its historical inception, logics, terms, and possibilities. A consolidated resource of works that highlights all aspects of this developing field, its historical inception, logics, terms, and possibilities Traces the significant historical developments in intercultural communication Helps students and scholars to revisit, assess, and reflect on the formation of critical intercultural communication studies Posits new directions for the field in terms of theorizing, knowledge production, and social justice engagement


Library Journal

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.


In Two Minds

Author by : Kate Bassett
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : In Two Minds is the first comprehensive biography of Jonathan Miller – the story of one of post-war Britain's most intriguing polymaths. Descended from immigrants who fled Tsarist anti-Semitism to become shopkeepers in Ireland and London's East End, Miller was born into an intellectual milieu, between Bloomsbury and Harley Street – the son of a novelist and a leading child psychiatrist. Miller trained as adoctor but then forged a career as a stellar comedian and as a world-renowned theatre and opera director. He is a controversial humorist, public intellectual and TV personality. As a star in the groundbreaking satirical revue Beyond the Fringe, he shot to fame alongside Peter Cook, Dudley Moore and Alan Bennett. His expertise and interests encompass many areas, from medicine (he wrote and presented the hugely acclaimed BBC documentary series The Body in Question) to the history of art, Mozart, atheism and the nature of laughter. Jonathan Miller is one of the most multi-talented Britons of his generation, celebrated for his dazzling intelligence and anti-establishmentarian wit. Drawing on in-depth interviews, this is an entertaining and illuminating portrait of a fascinatingly complex man.


Murder At The Symposium

Author by : Gilberto Delpin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Babelcube Inc
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Description : ATHENS in 4O4 BCE in a Deme or district of Alopece, in imprecise June dawn Socrates left his house and made a bitter discovery. Under his herm he found the body of Aulone of Melite, a new disciple. He began a dangerous investigation during the turbid and ruthless regime of the Thirty Tyrants, that had been in power for two months, sustained by Sparta that had won the Peloponnesian War. The opponents risked the confiscation of their wealth and loss of their lives. Socrates uncovered clues related to the crime that took him towards the lords of Athens. He needed little to understand the Aulone was killed at a symposium and was carried into near the home of the Master. The philosopher of Alopece interrogated those who had been at the symposium, helped by his capable disciple Plato. The path of the investigation is interspersed by ambushes and open threats in an Athens packed with beggars, sycophants and slaves in the ruins of a forgotten splendour. The two eminent philosopher-detectives find the time among the dangers for a philosophical conversation, the mirrors their true thinking. The epilogue ends with the guilty being forces to confess the crime and already foresees their imminent end.


The Diary Of A Mad Public School Teacher

Author by : David A. Hancock MA
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : Many are asking, what is wrong with teaching, learning, schooling, and education, and what can be done? You will get the answers (panacea) from the letters of a mad public school teacher: intrepid, irascible, cantankerous, provocative, passionate, thought-provoking, iconoclastic, and enhanced with vitriolic demagoguery. As a grad student / colleague said, Thanks for an enjoyable class on education issues in society. I also enjoyed your letters to the editor. Ive been told that I say what other people think. Well, you write and publish what were all thinking.


Collaborations

Author by : Emma Heffernan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Collaborations responds to the growing pressure on the humanities and social sciences to justify their impact and utility after cuts in public spending, and the introduction of neoliberal values into academia. Arguing ‘in defense of’ anthropology, the editors demonstrate the continued importance of the discipline and reveal how it contributes towards solving major problems in contemporary society. They also illustrate how anthropology can not only survive but thrive under these conditions. Moreover, Collaborations shows that collaboration with other disciplines is the key to anthropology’s long-term sustainability and survival, and explores the challenges that interdisciplinary work presents. The book is divided into two parts: Anthropology and Academia, and Anthropology in Practice. The first part features examples from anthropologists working in academic settings which range from the life, behavioural and social sciences to the humanities, arts and business. The second part highlights detailed ethnographic contributions on topics such as peace negotiations, asylum seekers, prostitution and autism. Collaborations is an important read for students, scholars and professional and applied anthropologists as it explores how anthropology can remain relevant in the contemporary world and how to prevent it from becoming an increasingly isolated and marginalized discipline.


The Philosopher Converses With God

Author by : Michael H. Mitias
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : What is it like to meet God, to converse with him about the most important questions of human life, and then to have union with him? What is it like for a finite being to stand in the presence of the infinite being? James Amore, a philosopher, is in quest of God. This quest originated from a strong desire to have union with the sun of all suns: God. This desire took hold of his heart and mind when he was a young man; it grew and developed into an overwhelming passion when he became an adult. Relying on information he received from his grandmother, who was a clandestine mystic, he decided to meet God on the Peakless Mountain. After twelve days of ascent, which was dangerous and exposed him to death a few times, he met God. To his surprise, God speaks, and he spoke to him in English. He had a two-day conversation with him, and then he declared to God that he would not leave until he had union with him. God warned him against this request, but James Amore was determined to sit in his lap and listen to the music of his heartbeats. Well, God granted him his wish. We do not know how long this union lasted, but we know that when James emerged from it, he was an old man and a deaf flute player! We meet him playing his flute at St. John the Divine, a cathedral in Jackson, Tennessee.


I Sing The Body Politic

Author by : Peter Swirski
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Description : A critical investigation of the dead ends, dead metaphors, dead bodies, and other historical constants of American politics.


Is That True Or Did You Make It Up

Author by : Bill Stockton
Languange : en
Publisher by : iUniverse
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Description : At his popular Internet Web site, author Bill Stockton uses piercing satire and zany humor to take on everything from George W. Bush and Washington's neoconservatives to the danger of global warming caused by bovine methane emissions. In Is That True or Did You Make It Up? Cosmic Ruminations from Bill Stockton's Satirium.com, the author has assembled the funniest articles from his satirical cyber-hangout, www.satirium.com, including: Telepathic Parrot Caught Monitoring Karl Rove's Brain Is Death Final? Debate Riles Obituary Writers Castoff Armani Launches Homeless Man's Lobbyist Career Latest Terror Worry Is Radioactive Horse Manure Lord of the Rings Plunges Fan into Six-Day Coma Neocon Identity Card Theft Alarms Beltway Insiders The author, an editor at The New York Times for two decades, learned the hard way that nothing is ever what it seems. Is That True or Did You Make It Up? provides a witty and irreverent road map to a new world order viewed from behind the looking glass. Be warned: this book could cause you to shriek helplessly and roll around on the floor.


Travels Of A Wannabe Cowboy

Author by : William Petersen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : A delightful tale of an immigrants lifelong journey from the tiny village of Hornstrup in Nazi-occupied Denmark to the Mojave Desert town of Mesquite, Nevada, down on the Virgin River. On the way, he stopped off to enjoy a misspent youth in another little village, this time in Ireleth, in the beautiful English Lake District. Then it was off to America to spend a decade with a large conglomerate, before heading off to Utah for a thirty-year sojourn among the Mormons. Full of enchanting depictions of village life in both Denmark and England, as well as life among the Mormons of Utah, its sure to captivate readers from both Europe and America.


Frank Knight And The Chicago School In American Economics

Author by : Ross B. Emmett
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Over the last twenty years, Ross B. Emmett has explored the work of Frank H. Knight, the philosopher of the Chicago School of economics. Knight occupies a paradoxical place in the history of Chicago economics: vital to the tradition’s teaching of price theory and the twentieth-century re-articulation of the defense of free enterprise and liberal democracy, yet a critic (in advance) of the empirical and methodological orientation that has characterized Chicago economics and the rest of the discipline in the post-war period, and skeptical of liberalism’s prospects. In the course of his investigation of Knight’s work, Emmett has written not only about Knight’s economics and philosophy, the nature of Chicago economics, and Knight’s place in the Chicago tradition, but also about the application of hermeneutic theory to the history of economics, the relation of the history of economic thought to the discipline of economics, and the relation between economics and religion. His eight-volume collection of primary-source material on The Chicago Tradition in Economics, 1892-1945 was published by Routledge in 2001.


The Dialectical Imagination

Author by : Martin Jay
Languange : en
Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : Herbert Marcuse, Erich Fromm, Max Horkheimer, Franz Neumann, Theodor Adorno, Leo Lowenthal—the impact of the Frankfurt School on the sociological, political, and cultural thought of the twentieth century has been profound. The Dialectical Imagination is a major history of this monumental cultural and intellectual enterprise during its early years in Germany and in the United States. Martin Jay has provided a substantial new preface for this edition, in which he reflects on the continuing relevance of the work of the Frankfurt School.


Interval Of Freedom

Author by : George Gibian
Languange : en
Publisher by : U of Minnesota Press
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Description : The Interval of Freedom was first published in 1960. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. When Boris Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago was published in Europe and America in 1957 and 1958, the Western world was astonished and elated. But Doctor Zhivago is not the only significant literary work to come out of Soviet Russia recently. During four extraordinary years, 1954 to 1957, from Stalin's death to the aftermath of the Hungarian revolt, Soviet Russian authors were able to express their minds with unusual freedom. In this volume Professor Gibian examines various revelations made in Soviet literature during this interval of comparative freedom. Nearly a score of contemporary Soviet writers are considered in detail. The authors and their works are grouped according to three major subjects to which Soviet writers have devoted much attention: science, love and sex, and the literary villain or "negative" character. Works of the following writers are discussed in depth: Alexander Bek, Leonid Leonov, Daniel Granin, Venyamin Kaverin, Vladimir Dudintsev, Semen Kirsanov, S. Aleshin, Viktor Nekrasov, Nikolai Pogodin, Galina Nikolaeva, Alexander Korneichuk, Alexander Shtein, Alexander Volodin, Nikolai Gorbunov, Nikolai Zhdanov, and Alexander Yahin. An entire chapter is devoted to Doctor Zhivago. In an introductory chapter, the author provides a survey of literary developments during the interval of freedom. In a final chapter he draws conclusions about the nature of the thinking of Soviet literary intelligentsia, comparing it with Western literary thought. The book is illuminating from social and political as well as literary viewpoints.


Lacan And The Ghosts Of Modernity

Author by : Marshall Needleman Armintor
Languange : en
Publisher by : Peter Lang
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Description : To understand the achievement of Jacques Lacan, one must turn to his roots. This book explores the grounding of Lacan's psychoanalytic work in the intellectual and artistic movements of the modernist period. More specifically, it examines masculine anxiety in the modernist novel in terms of Lacan's work on psychosis, masochism, and narcissism, viewed against the broader cultural context of the modernist era. In the process, this book illustrates how Lacan's intellectual apprenticeships and encounters (both real and imaginary) play out in his mature work, beginning with the first seminars of the 1950s. Like other thinkers of the early twentieth century, the trajectory of Lacan's psychoanalytic career is shaped by tendentious confrontations with peers, forebears, and intellectual traditions.


The Way I Heard It

Author by : Mike Rowe
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : Emmy-award winning gadfly Rowe presents a ridiculously entertaining, seriously fascinating collection of his favorite episodes from America's #1 short-form podcast, The Way I Heard It, along with a host of memories, ruminations, illustrations, and insights.