Author:Suresh Misra & Sapna Chadah (Eds.)


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Globalization Market and Rural Consumers

By: Suresh Misra & Sapna Chadah (Eds.)

Price: $52.67

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd: 2018

Seller ID: 700623

ISBN: 9789386682291

Condition: New

Globalisation is the process of integrating the world markets thereby benefiting the consumers in terms of better goods and services. Globalisation has changed the way consumers behave in the market. With the entry of a large number of multinational companies and the growth of e-commerce, the problems faced by the consumers are much more complex. The problems are mainly due to unfair business practices and the weakness of the consumer complaint redressal mechanism. As a result, the exploitation of the consumers is rampant. This is more rampant in the rural areas where due to illiteracy and ign... View more info

Towards Sustainable Consumption and Life Styles: Some Insights

By: Suresh Misra & Sapna Chadah (Eds.)

Price: $51.95

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2018

Seller ID: 701062

ISBN: 9789386682284

Condition: New

Consumption is the reason why anything gets produced. However, the present consumption and production patterns together are reason for all man made stress on natural environment. Consumerism may be the single greatest threat to environmental and social stability on the planet. If global society is to address the many environmental and other sustainability challenges that confront us in the twenty-first century, such as climate change and water resources, it will be necessary to make significant changes in our patterns of consumption, production, and distribution. Sustainable consumption is not... View more info

Consumer Protection in India: Policies and Case Studies

By: Suresh Misra & Sapna Chadah and Mamta Pathania (Eds.)

Price: $42.95

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2012

Seller ID: 700891

ISBN: 8180698742

Condition: New

It's nearly twenty five years that the Consumer Protection Act was enacted. With three amendments, the Act has achieved some measure of success in not only redressal of consumer complaints but also galvanizing the consumer movement in the country. However, there is much more to be achieved. We need to assess the impact of the legislation to move forward and it is in this context that the book assumes importance. The book is an outcome of a National seminar on "Consumer Protection inn India: Lessons Learnt and Future Challenges", organized by the Center for Consumer Studies, Indian Inst... View more info