Title      : BCO - 12 Indian Business Environment
Subject      : Indian Business Environment
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Author      : KSOU
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Introduction to Business Environment Total views (1154)  
Business is said to be a product of environment. The nature of business, location of a business enterprise, the product to be manufactured or services to be rendered by the business unit, size and volume of operations of the firm, the price to be fixed and other factors relating to the business unit are determined by the environment within which the business operates. Though business is the creati ......
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Types of Business Environment Total views (1150)  
Business Environment consists of all those factors that have a bearing on the business. Just as the survival and success of any individual depend on his innate capability - such as the physiological and psychological factors. The survival and success of a business firm depend on its innate strength --- resources at its command, including physical resources, financial resources, human resources, sk ......
Pages: 11
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Economic Environment Total views (1149)  
Business fortunes and strategies are influenced by the economic characteristics and economic policy dimensions. This unit is devoted to a detailed discussion on the economic system which is one of the vital factors of economic environment. Economic environment refers to all forces which have an economic impact on business. Industrial production, agriculture, planning, basic economic philosophy, in ......
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New Economic Policy Total views (1149)  
Since 1991, the government has initiated a series of radical changes in its policies relating to industry, trade, finance, foreign investment and fiscal aspects. The various changes constitute an economic policy. This unit is devoted to a brief discussion on the Indian Economy, its impact on business and the New Economic Policy.
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Political Environment of Business in the Indian Context Total views (238)  
To understand the dynamism of a background of business, corporate managers should understand dynamic nature of business and its environment. The term environment encapsulates many different influences on a business firm decision makes in business and managers. In literal sense business environment means, the surroundings circumstances, influences under which a business firm exists. For a corporat ......
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Disinvestment in Public Sector Unit Total views (257)  
During 1960's there was a trend towards nationalization in Britain. But, since the late 1970's, the trend was towards privatization by selling state-owned enterprises. Indeed it becomes a universal trend. The rapidity with which the public sector in many countries expanded over roughly in the period from 1960 to 1980, is frequently overlooked .In effect a revolution, a quiet one, occurred in the ......
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Social Environment of Indian Business Total views (262)  
The type of products to be manufactured and marketed, the marketing strategies to be employed ,the way the business should be organized and governed the values and norms it should adhered to, are all influenced by the social structure and the culture of a society. The social system, on the other hand, is influenced by the way the business functions. The organization of the business, the way the bu ......
Pages: 12
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Introduction To Business and Society Total views (261)  
The activities of human beings can be broadly classified into economic and non-economic activities. The economic activities are undertaken with the intention of earning money, whereas non-economic activities are undertaken to promote arts, culture, religion, and sports. Business activities are economic activities connected with production and distribution of goods & rendering of services. A busin ......
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Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Total views (261)  
Modern businesses are operating in a complex environment. The environment is fast changing. Business should plan for the present and future. The businessmen should look into a distant future. Expansion and survival are very important for every business. The survival of any business depends on the justifiability of it ends and means to the people. Therefore the necessity arises for imbibing the mo ......
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Unemployment, Poverty and Manpower Policy Total views (257)  
India is a developing country. As a developing country it is facing many economic, social and religious problems. The economic problems of our country are unemployment and poverty. It is a country with vast resources, material and human resources. Although it is a country with abundant natural and human resources is has been facing innumeral economic and social problems. As all the human being ne ......
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Legislative Measures-Copra, ESMA and other Acts Total views (255)  
We are all consumers as we consume many goods and get services every day. In the marketing process consumers are at the last. Whatever happens to goods or services, it ultimately goes to consumers. Consumers are burden bearers as they are final users of goods / services. Consumers are subjected to lot of exploitation by the agents of economic system. They are not getting the value for their money ......
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Technology Policy and Environment Selection and Transfer Issues Total views (254)  
Technology plays a very important role in the economic development of a country. Among all the segments of macro environment, it exerts significant influence on business. Technology includes "all the skills, knowledge and procedures for making, using and doing useful things". According to J.K.Galbraith, "Technology is a systematic application of scientific or other organised knowledge to practic ......
Pages: 19
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Energy Resource Management Total views (253)  
The use of energy has been a key in the development of the human society helping it to control and adapt to the environment. Managing the use of energy is inevitable in any functional society. In the industrialised world the development of energy resources has become essential for agriculture, transportation, waste collection, information technology, communications that have become prerequisites ......
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Economic Reforms Total views (252)  
In early 1991, a major economic crisis surfaced in India. The widening gap between revenue and expenditure of the government led to unmanageable fiscal deficits. In 1990-91 all the measures of fiscal imbalance indicated a financial risk. The budgetary deficit grew from 0.9 percent in 1981- 82 to 2.1 percent in 1990-91. This deficit was met by internal borrowings which increased from 35 percent in ......
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Foreign Trade Structure and Policy in India - Foreign Investment in India- FII and FDI Total views (253)  
After Second World War most of the British ruled developing countries adopted the policy of import substitution. This negative approach towards exports led to the poor growth of these economies. There was another set of developing countries such as Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, adopted an outward-looking strategy based on export promotion. The fast growth achieved by these countries influenced th ......
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Types of Industries in India Total views (253)  
While there is now almost universal agreement on the importance of industrialization, there is still much debate regarding the proper pattern of industrial development. Historically, industrial development has proceeded in three stages. In the first stage, industry is concerned with the processing of primary products, "Milling grain, extracting oil, tanning leather, spinning vegetable fibers, pre ......
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Development of Industries in India Total views (254)  
Industrial policy is an important document, which lays a wide canvas and sets the tone for implementing promotional and regulatory roles of the government. The term "industrial policy" refers to the governments policy towards industries- their establishment, functioning, growth and management. The policy will indicate the respective areas for the large, medium and small-scale sectors. It will also ......
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Industrial Sickness Total views (279)  
Industrial sickness is a universal phenomenon. A capitalist economy does not worry too much about this as the maxim of "the survival of the fittest" operates in such an economy. But in a controlled economy, it requires preventive measures. Sickness is more severe in a mixed economy like India. Here, in the name of employment, balance regional growth, public welfare, import substitution, check con ......
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Mergers and Acquisition Total views (280)  
In today's global business environment, companies may have to grow to survive, and one of the best ways to grow is by merging with another company or acquiring other companies. A merger occurs when one firm assumes all the assets and all the liabilities of another. The acquiring firm retains its identity, while the acquired firm ceases to exist. The United Kingdom Financial Reporting Standard 6 de ......
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Trends in Service Sector Total views (290)  
India is one of the fastest growing economy in the world, the growth of service sector is a clear indicator of economic development of any country. The service sector in India is experiencing a tremendous growth particularly after globalization. The service sector accounts to more than seventy percent of our GDP now. The major components of service sector are finance sector, banking sector, insur ......
Pages: 12
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India and WTO Total views (279)  
WTO stands for World Trade Organization. It is an institutional framework for international business. It came into force from 1995. It is the successor to the formal GATT system. GATT stands for General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs which was the monitoring body for international business among the different countries. Every country is interested in their own development and hence the conflicti ......
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Global Economic Recession Total views (282)  
Economic recession is the word that is heard very frequently in these past 2-3 years. You must have heard about the economic crises the US and the other countries had undergone and their consequences. The recession had hit the US badly and eventually spread to other countries as well because of globalization. The world had learnt a big lesson and countries have decided not to give one more oppor ......
Pages: 12
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Indian Industrial Scenario Total views (290)  
Industries are the lifeblood of any country. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India had declared industrialize or perish. With his foresight and thrust given for industrialization of India, the country witnessed the growth in the industrial sector. Till independence agriculture was the primary occupation that was contributing to Indian GDP. The government of India started ......
Pages: 23
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Cultural Environment of Indian Business Total views (248)  
Cultural environment refers to the influence exercised by social factors which are beyond the company's gate, such factors comprising of attitude of people to work, attitude to wealth creation, family, marriage, religion, education and ethics.
Pages: 8
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Introduction to Business Environment_Support Material Total views (303)  
Environmental facets such as topography, nature, price etc help in business set up, Environment has minimum impact on business enterprise, Environment has great influence only in certain factors, Environment doesn't help setup a business.
Pages: 10
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