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1 Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 2008; 0521732131 / 9780521732130; Third Edition; Hardcover; New; 
Printed Pages: 1584. 024261

Price: 15.95 USD
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2 Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary South Asia Edition
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 0521832004 / 9780521832007; Edition with Answers; Hardback with CD-ROM; New; 
Printed Pages: 1600. 012868

Price: 14.00 USD
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3 Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Learner's Dictionary
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 2007; 0521714966 / 9780521714969; Third Edition; Paperback; New; 
017818

Price: 9.50 USD
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4 Cambridge University Press
India: Science and Technology, Volume 2
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 2013; 9789382264743; Softcover; New; 
In the modern globalized world the economic development of a country is premised on its ability to develop adapt and harness its potential to innovate. Most of the governments in developing and emerging economies including India are proactive in initiating policies that would promote a culture of innovation. India: Science & Technology Volume 2 intends to identify the nature and extent of innovative activities in the country and the lacunae in the innovation support mechanism. It also suggests suitable S&T interventions in the policy matrix in order that India could come to the forefront in innovation activities. The book discusses following themes: • S&T and Human Resources • Innovation Support System • S&T and Industry • S&T Outputs and Patents • Rural Development and S&T Strategies While the content and approach of these themes differs innovation occupies the centre stage in each of these themes. Salient features • Analysis of scenario of S&T education in India • Analysis of organizational arrangement for promotion of technological innovation • Facets of innovation activities in the realm of manufacturing and service sector • Nature of innovation activities in MSME sector • Intensity of knowledge creation and utilization • S&T strategy for poverty alleviation • S&T strategies for agri/farm-based livelihoods • S&T strategies for non-farm/rural industrial development.Printed Pages: 600. 101506

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5 Cambridge University Press
India: Science and Technology, Volume 3
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 2014; 9789384463045; Soft Cover; New; 
Policy-makers often come across the question of how progress and investment in science technology and innovation (STI) can increase employment and upgrade skills and knowledge base in India. The paradox is that while STI has the potential to invent new avenues of economic growth sometimes even with increasing returns the general forces unleashed by STI displace labour and automate a large part of human skills and knowledge. Such a paradox has a great impact on a country like India which is struggling with the ever-increasing pressure of labour force unemployment and economic inequality. It is to be noted that the 12th Five Year Plan has made inclusive growth concomitant of employment generation and skill development a top priority. In this context India: Science and Technology Volume 3 focuses on the state of affairs in India through the lens of employment generation upgradation of skills and several dimensions of the Indian science technology and innovation (STI). Similar to the earlier reports the book is organised into four themes: (a) S&T Human Resources (b) S&T and Industry (c) S&T Outputs and (d) Rural India: S&T for Skills and Employment. While the content and approach of the four themes differ from each other employment and skill development and its inter-linkage with science technology and innovation are the important focal points of discussion.Printed Pages: 600. 101507

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6 Cambridge University Press
Journal of Child Language: Volume 15, Number 2: June 1988
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 1988; First Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
010129

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7 Cambridge University Press
Journal of Linguistics: Published for the Linguistics Association of Great Britain By Cambridge University Press: Volume 23, Number 2: September 1987
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 1987; 0022-2267; First Edition; Paperback; Good; 
Scratched cover. 010130

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8 Cambridge University Press
Language in Society: Volume 16, Number 2: June 1987
Cambridge University Press; New Delhi, India; 1987; 0047-4045; First Edition; Paperback; Good; 
Scratched cover. 010131

Price: 10.00 USD
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9 Cambridge University Press
The Reserve Bank of India: 3 Vols.
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 8175962984 / 9788175962989; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
The Reserve Bank of India – Volume 1 (1935-1951), Volume 2 (1951-1967), Volume 3 (1967-1981): The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was set up in 1935, under private ownership. Its charter was to maintain the monetary stability of India. In 1949, it was nationalized. The RBI manages India’s monetary and exchange rate policies, and the borrowings of the central and state governments. Regulation of commercial banking is another key responsibility. The first volume was printed in 1970 and covers the first sixteen years of the Bank’s working, 1935-51. The sixteen years can be divided into three distinct sub-periods – 1935-39 (the Formative Years), 1939-45 (the War Years) and 1945-51 (the Post-War Years). The second volume, printed in 1998, details the Bank’s role in mobilizing resources for central and state governments, regulating the banking system, and establishing an institutional infrastructure for agricultural and long-term industrial credit in India. It also covers developments in India’s external sector and concludes with an elaborate survey of evolving relations between the central bank and central and state governments in India. The third volume covers a period that saw major changes in India’s financial infrastructure. The nationalization of fourteen banks in July 1969 was the defining economic event of not just the 1960s but the next three decades. The period also saw the domination of fiscal over monetary policy, the breakdown of the Bretton Woods System and the emergence of a new international financial order characterized by floating instead of fixed exchange rates. Contents Volume 1 - Foreword -Preface -Acknowledgements The Prepatory Years 1. Genesis of Central Banking in India 2. Currency, Exchange and Banking Prior to 1935 3. The Reserve Bank of India Act The Formative Years: 1935-39 4. The Beginnings 5. Early Central Banking Policies and Operations 6. Emerging Role as a Bankers' Bank 7. First Steps in Agricultural Finance 8. Governors, Government, Board and Shareholders The War Years: 1939-45 9. Organisation, Management and Allied Matters 10. The Pattern and Consequences of War Financing 11. War-time Central Banking Operations 12. Exchange Control 13. Repatriation of Sterling Debt 14. Participation in Post-War Currency Plans 15. Commercial Banking Developments 16. Policies in the Sphere of Agricultural Credit The Post-War Years: 1945-51 17. Changes in the Bank's Organisation and Status 18. The Bank and the Partition 19. International Financial Institutions and Sterling Balances 20. Exchange Control and Management 21. Monetary Management and Allied Issues 22. A Commercial Bank Regulation Act at Last 23. Progress in the Sphere of Agricultural Credit 24. The Bank as an Employer 25. Epilogue - Appendices - Index Volume 2 - List of Tables - List of Illustrations 1. Introduction Monetary and Credit Policy 2. Deficit Financing and the Environment for Monetary Policy 3. Monetary Policy, 1951-1961 4. The Difficult Years, 1961-67 Financing Governments 5. Managing the Centre's Finances 6. Banking for State Governments Rural Credit 7. Charting New Vistas 8. The Bank and Cooperative Credit Towards a State Banking Sector 9. From Imperial Bank to State Bank 10. Subsidiaries of the State Bank Banking Developments 11. Regulating Banks and Deposit Institutions 12. Crisis, Consolidation and Growth, 1951-67 Financing Industry 13. Building an Institutional Infrastructure 14. Financing Small Industries and Exports The External Sector 15. The Problems of Plenty, 1947-56 16. Dealing with Scarcity, 1957-63 17. Crisis and Devaluation, 1963-67 18. The Bank and Governments - Appendices - Selected Documents - Index Volume 3 - Foreword - Preface - Acknowledgements - List of Tables - List of Documents - List of Appendices - List of Illustrations - Introduction 1. The Defining Event 2. Banking Expands 3. To Whom to Lend, How Much and How 4. Venturing Overseas 5. The Dictates 6. The Bank and Farmers 7. Promoting Institutions 8. Monetary Policy and Market Borrowings 9. Currency Management 10. Managing the Bank 11. Exchange Rate Conundrums 12. Debating International Liquidity 13. Adjustment in Uncertain Times 14. Anatomy of Exchange Control 15. The International Monetary System and the Developing Countries - Conclusion - Documents - Appendces - Selected References - Index. 027038

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10 Cambridge University Press
The Reserve Bank of India: Volume 3
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 8175962992 / 9788175962996; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
The Reserve Bank of India was set up in 1935, under private ownership. Its charter was to maintain the monetary stability of India. In 1949, it was nationalized. The RBI monitors India’s monetary and exchange rate policies, and the borrowings of the central and state governments. Regulation of commercial banking is another key responsibility. This volume narrates in detail how the RBI coped with the changes that it was required to manage. It is a fascinating story of how policy was actually made during a very trying period in the country’s history. The chapters dealing with the management of the external sector are especially revealing since not much has been written about that aspect so far. Contents - Foreword - Preface - Acknowledgements - List of Tables - List of Documents - List of Appendices - List of Illustrations - Introduction 1. The Defining Event 2. Banking Expands 3. To Whom to Lend, How Much and How 4. Venturing Overseas 5. The Dictates 6. The Bank and Farmers 7. Promoting Institutions 8. Monetary Policy and Market Borrowings 9. Currency Management 10. Managing the Bank 11. Exchange Rate Conundrums 12. Debating International Liquidity 13. Adjustment in Uncertain Times 14. Anatomy of Exchange Control 15. The International Monetary System and the Developing Countries - Conclusion - Documents - Appendces - Selected References - Index. Printed Pages: 1129. 027039

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