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1 L.C. Jain
Decentralisation and Local Governance
Orient BlackSwan; New Delhi, India; 2004; 8125027076 / 9788125027072; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 547. 032363

Price: 17.95 USD
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2 L.C. Gupta, Naveen Jain (Authors) & Abid Hussain (Frwd)
How to Invest in Shares and Mutual Funds: A Basic Book for Investors
Kaveri Book Service; New Delhi, India; 2015; 8174791167 / 9788174791160; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
The present book is intended to give ordinary investors a basic understanding about the Indian stock market. It covers a wide range of aspects including, for example, choosing the right companies; understanding the market's behaviour over both the short-term and the long-term; the relationship of the secondary market for shares to the market for new issues of shares, etc. The book also explains the market's terminology, such as the P/E ratio, dividend yield, as well as important accounting terms. An investors may invest in shares directly or through mutual funds. There is a great variety of mutual fund schemes. These are briefly explained so that the investor can choose the best ones from his/her point of view. At the end, the book provides a comprehensive Glossary of relevant terms. Foreword by Dr Abid Hussain 1. Introduction Need for a book for ordinary investors; Understand the equity market's characteristics; Analytical tools; IPOs vis--vis existing shares; The Demat System; Other aspects. 2. Some Basic Financial Concepts regarding Share Investment Understanding the market's terminology; The EPS; The P/E Ratio; The theoretical model; Market's average P/E Ratio; Equity market's volatile character; Earnings yield; Dividend yield; Dividend vis--vis capital appreciation; Bonus shares; Book value per share; Beta: Meaning and significance. 3. Choosing the Right Companies for Investing Importance of choosing the right companies; How to choose the right companies; Attributes of good management; Dividend distribution policy; Limit your share portfolio; Extreme caution needed; Invest within your circle of competence. 4. Investing in Initial Public Offers (IPOs) Historical Background; IPOs vis--vis buying existing shares; Relationship of new issue market to secondary market; Empirical data; Bewildering variety of IPOs; Quotas for investor categories; Key role of the promoters; Angel investors; Private Equity Firms; Venture capitalists; Grading of IPOs; The grades; Grading is done by credit rating agencies; Shortcomings of IPO grading system; The reality of IPO performance; Need for caution; Too much subjectivity; Credit rating versus IPO grading; Concluding Comments. 5. The Share Price Behaviour Need for historical perspective; Actual behaviour of Indian equity prices; Equity prices over the long-term; Short-term price behaviour; Dividend vs. capital appreciation; Be prepared for wild swings. 6. Share Buybacks by Companies Relatively new practice in India; The basic idea; What led the Indian government to allow share buyback?; How share buybacks can help; The promoter's viewpoint; Empirical findings on effect of share buyback; Methods of share buyback; More transparency needed. 7. Corporate Governance of ListedCompanies: The Investor's Angle Growing importance; Historical background; U.K.'s Cadbury committee; Consequences of Enron debacle of 2001; Need for clarity; Listing Agreement specifies the requirements; Independent Director's Role; Independent Director defined; Executive and Non-Executive Directors; Audit Committee; Disclosure requirements; Working of the Independent director system; Concluding comments. 8. The Securities Depository System Historical background; Depositories and Depository Participants; Procedural formalities; Competitive system; Transfer of an account from one DP to another DP; Concluding comments. 9. Investing in Mutual Funds Convenient and economical; Entry load abolished by SEBI; Type of Mutual Fund Schemes; Equity schemes; Net asset value (NAV) concept; Closed-end and open-end schemes; Future performance is the key; Direct shareholding - some advantages; Narrow diversification works well; The practical angle; Systematic investment plan (SIP); When is SIP advantageous; Example; How the investor can overcome the disadvantage; Exchange-traded funds; Gold exchange-traded funds. 10. Understanding and Interpreting the Accounting Statements The Income Statement; Top-line and bottom-line; Depreciation provision; Net operating income; Net profit; Earning per share; EPS vs. Cash flow; Dividends are tax free; Dividend Policy; The Balance Sheet; The danger of excessive debt; Promoter group's key role. Glossary; Index. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Dr. L.C. Gupta is Director, Society for Capital Market Research & Development. He was formerly Member, SEBI and Chairman of its Derivatives Committee, and also Member of several other committees, like RBI's Advisory Council to Board for Financial Supervision, High Powered Committee on Stock Exchanges, Technical Study Group on Depository System and director on many company boards. He was Professor of Commerce at Delhi School of Economics; Director of Research at IFMR, Chennai; Chair Professor in Finance at XLRI, and Dean (Research) at MDI, Gurgaon. His research studies have been published by Clarendon Press (U.K.), Oxford University Press and Macmillans. Naveen Kumar Jain is M.Com, M.Phil from Delhi School of Economics. He is Associate Professor in Commerce, Hans Raj College, Delhi University. He has co-authored several research publications of SCMRD. He is a keen nature and wildlife photographer.Printed Pages: 112. 104145

Price: 4.37 USD
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3 Veena Bhatnagar (Author) & L.C. Jain
Small Scale Industry: Concept, Status and Policy
Kaveri Book Service; New Delhi, India; 1995; 8174790004 / 9788174790002; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Deals with research done in the field and analyse the ambiguity about the concept, status of SSI and a critical assessment of government policy towards SSi in developed and developing countries with the main thrust on the Indian policy.Printed Pages: 229. 104204

Price: 9.00 USD
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4 L.C. Jain
The City of Hope: The Faridabad Story
Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1998; 8170227488 / 9788170227489; Hardcover; New; New; 
The City of Hope is a riveting and incisive description of India`s first major experiment in rehabilitation through self-help at Faridabad. The year was 1947, a time when millions of refugees from Pakistan marched into India. Of that exodus, nearly 50,000 men, women and children form the North-West Frontier Province were given shelter at the Faridabad resettlement cap. 20 kilometers from Delhi. In 1949, barely two years after the cap was set up, the Rehabilitation Ministry withdrew relief to its inhabitants without first creating gainful jobs, pushing them towards the brink of destitution. This book is a first hand account of how that challenge was met through a unique experiment ,Nehru saw the Faridabad project as a laboratory to test his plans for building Modern India of his dreams; Nehru and (Dr.) Rajendra Prasad were active members of the Faridabad Development Board. Faridabad soon grew not only into fledgling industrial township, the cooperative movement also registered its earliest successes including in building the township through labour cooperatives. It developed a unique system of social health, a non-colonial system of basic education and workers held the ownership of industrial enterprises. But its successes autonomy drew the resentment of an establishment riddled with colonial mentality, which pulled it apart. Though 50 years have now lapsed, the story of Faridabad, told in these pages, is still lively and relevant, Of particular interest for readers today are the lessons emerging from Faridabad experiment. The most important lesson is the recognition of the role people play in investing development with dynamism and hope. No less important, both now as in the past, is the danger we face from narrow politicians and administrators dressed in brief authority who can unbuild such endeavours. Printed Pages: 330. 112195

Price: 8.00 USD
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5 Prof. L.C. Jain and Br. Prabha; Foreword By Dr Shiv Prasad Kosta; Introduction By Prof. Dr R.C. Gupta
The Tao of Jaina Sciences
Arihant International; Delhi, India; 1992; 8172770014 / 9788172770013; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 

Price: 14.25 USD
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