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[Economy] The FDI in Retail business pro-cons Single brand vs Multibrand Retail

In the fond memories of Dev Anand, What’s the difference between Single brand vs Multibrand retail? Single Brand retail · Nike Company opens outlets in A’bad, Banglore, Delhi and Mumbai selling nothing but Nike Shoes, Nike wrist-watches and Nike t-shirts only. · This is single brand retail. · FDI [...]

[Economy] General Anti-Avodiance Rules (GAAR): Meaning, Pros, Cons, Implications, Explained

Drafting of the DTC Bill Rules of GAAR Burden of Proof Parliament of India (August 2009) Review by Standing Committee Pro and Anti GAAR viewpoints Summery Epilogue Location: Ministry of Finance, Delhi (2008) Why government wants to extract maximum revenue? Pranab Ok, This year we need to [...]

ntroduction Quantitative Easing, Fed Tapering

[Economy] Quantitative Easing: Meaning, phases, Impacts on Indian Economy, Rupee-Dollar Exchange rate, Pros & Cons, Positive & Negative aspects explained

Prologue Characters in QE movie [Act I] Subprime crisis: toxic assets (2007) [Act II] Quantitative Easing (2008) Why can’t LOW repo rate solve problem? Quantitative Easing: “Electronic” Money OUT OF THIN AIR Concept#1: QE = NOT OMO Concept #2: QE = NOT Monetized [...]

Timeline Bharat Emission Standards & Euro Emission Norms

[Pollution] Bharat Emission Standards, Saumitra Chaudhuri Committee, Alternative Fuels Pros & Cons

Timeline: Vehicle emission control in India What is Bharat emission standards? Sulfur lead content vs Bharat norms: Why additional Levy on petrol/diesel? Bharat Standards: limitations Flash point in Diesel Alternative Fuels #1: Methanol #2: Ethanol #3: Hydrogen fuel #4: CNG: Compressed Natural gas [...]

What are the various techniques of decision-making ? Discuss Pros and Cons of each of them. Or Discuss in brief the various techniques of decision-making. Or Write and describe the different techniques of decision-making.

Ans. The managerial decision-making process has become very cumbersome. Certain quantitative techniques have been developed to evaluate the alternatives which facilitate making objective decisions. Some of these techniques are described as below - (i) Marginal Cost Analysis- This technique is also called marginal costing as [...]