India's involvement in anti-dumping cases in the first decade of WTO/K.D.
Calculating normal value as way of protection: some evident from Turkish dumping investigations/Cengiz Bahcekapili and Murat Cokgezen. 3.
Anti-dumping procedures: lessons for developing countries with special emphasis on the South African experience/Nicola Theron. 4.
The growing problem of intra-developing country anti-dumping actions in world trade/Kofi Oteng Kufuor. 5.
The rhetoric and reality of US Anti-Dumping Law/Brink Lindsey and Daniel Ikenson. 6.
Anti-Dumping in the European Union/Fredrik Erixon. 7.
Why is China the world's number one Anti-Dumping Target?/Yuefen Li. 8.
Misuse of Anti-Dumping Provisions: what do the WTO disputes reveal?/Debashis Chakraborty. Index.
"The increasing use of anti-dumping measures covering a wide range of sectors, both by developed and developing countries in recent years, indicates a policy substitution to protect domestic industries in the face of tariff reforms. While the developing countries are demanding special and different treatment to(less)
The book provides an account of the different ports and dominions that existed during that period. It highlights the role played by the different dynasties such as the Cholas and Pallavas in the overall development of international trade.
The book paints a picture of the business connections that the Tamil provinces shared with different parts of the world, from Rome to the South East. It further divulges the factors that led to the administrative developments during this period and the pivotal role played by the traders in bolstering the economy in Southern India(less)
The semiological method of study. 2.
Symbols, sects and initiations. 3.
The Sikh initiation and its five symbols. 4.
Sikhism and Hinduism. II.
The elementary structure of medievalism: 1. The Hindu culture of medieval India.
2. The Muslim culture of medieval India.
III. Sikhism and Islam: philosophy of religion: 1.
The problem of Sikhism and Islam. 2.
Theology of the first Guru. 3.
The life of the first Guru, 1469-1539. 4.
The tenth Guru. 5.
An Indian Muslim view today. IV.
Sikhism and Islam: history and society: 1. The relational oppositions.
2. Martyrdom versus kingdom: the fifth Guru.
3. After Anandpur, AD 1699.
4. An historian's view, c.
Pluralism and civil society. V.
Martyrdom, non-violence and revolution: 1. Non-violence and Gandhism.
2. Martyrdom and revolution.
VI. Texts and rites of the daily divine service: 1.
Guru-granth: 2. Guru-khalsa.
3. The catechism of Bhai Nand Lal(less)
Concept of trade. 2.
The backdrop. 3.
Trade and finance. 4.
Traits of business. 5.
Conduction of business. 6.
Rules for sales. 7.
Technique of setting prices. 8.
Economic matters and law. 9.
Relevance of Islamic economy. 10.
Economic policy in Islam. Bibliography.
Index. "Islam considers business and trade to be the best mode of earning.
And, among the different types of trade, Halal business is recommended as the best by Islam. Money earned through hard work and fair means is full of benefits.
On the one hand, hard work is vitalizing and keeps the body active and ready to work; on the other hand, it promotes a healthy life. During the time of the Prophet (Pbuh), people would go from city to city in groups (called carvans) to trade.
This involved travel to far-off places where people sold their commodities and brought back the products available there. There are advantages of(less)
Setting the scene: the people. 3.
The dance: spread and perpetuation. 4.
Structure and content of the dance. 5.
Dance and lifestyle. 6.
Cultural construction of emotions. 7.
Reflections. Appendices: 1.
The non-Brahmin manifesto. 2.
Madras Devadasi act. 3.
The picture test. Bibliography.
Index. "Art is a vital component of culture in a generic sense and of being cultured in a specific sense.
This book identifies the interplay between dance and lifestyle in the specific context of Tamil Brahmin culture. It sets out an agenda which raises fundamental issues concerning cultural construction of identity in the matrix of symbolic configurations, experience and expression of emotions, rituals, dance, and life philosophy.
The rhythms of Tamil Brahmin culture integrate creativity, self-expression and collective identity in various processes of life at one level and merge with the universal rhythm of cosmic order at the other. The concern is with appreciating cultural rhythms that(less)
His name was Kyougjong Yandg. In 1938, at the age of eighteen, Yang had been forcibly conscipted by the Japanese into their Kwantung Army in Manchuria.
A year later, he was captured by the Red Army after the Battle of Khalkin gol and sent to a labour camp. The Soviet military authorities, at a moment of crisis in 1942, drafted him along with thousands of other prisoners into their forces.
then, early in 1943 he was taken prisoner at the Battle of Karkov in Ukraine by the German army. In 1944, now in German uniform, he was sent to France to serve with an Ostbataillon supposedly boosting the strength of the Atalantic Wall at the base of the Cotentin Peninsula inland from Utah Beach.
After time in a prison camp in Britain, he went to the United States where he said nothing of his past. He settled there and finally(less)
The civil service: comparative, historical and modern perspective: 2. Civil Service in comparative perspective.
3. Civil Service: 1757-1947.
4. Civil Service: 1947-1971.
5. Civil Service: 1971-2001.
II. Managing the Civil Service: 6.
The recruitment and training. 7.
Conditions of service. 8.
The size of public sector. 9.
Corruption and accountability in Civil Service. III.
The Civil Service in an interactive role: 10. Civil Service and the judiciary.
11. Ministers and civil servants.
12. Civil Service and parliament.
IV. Conclusions: 13.
"Politicization of Civil Service has been much discussed in the media. Little research as to its implications on economic, social and political order exists.
The author's analysis of this burning issue is truly revealing. Drawing on examples from the United Kingdom, the author acknowledges that civil servants have to act under political direction.
However, politicization of Civil Service in Bangladesh has been carried to absurd lengths(less)
In his first work of nonfiction, Marlantes takes a deeply personal and candid look at what it is like to experience the ordeal of combat, critically examining how we might better prepare our soldiers for war. Just as Matterhorn is already being acclaimed as a classic of war literature, WHAT IT IS LIKE TO GO TO WAR is set to become required reading for anyone - soldier or civilian - interested in this visceral and all too essential part of the human experience(less)
2. What can civil society do for peace? theoretical debates and dilemmas.
3. Dealing with identity in peace work.
4. Identity and violent conflict in Sri Lanka.
5. A movement for peace? 6.
Civil society peace work; does it matter? 7. Peaceful identities? 8.
Index. About the author.
"This book looks at civil society and peace movements in the context of the identity-based armed conflict in Sri Lanka. Focusing on the identity politics inherent in peace work, it demonstrates why civil society groups engaged in peace activities often fail to enhance the sense of security among civilians and are also unable to challenge the underlying structures of war.
The book highlights the role peace organisations play in providing alternatives to dominant discourses of militarism. It draws on unique empirical material, including 150 interviews with leaders, participants and key actors involved in civil society peace work in(less)
Dynamics of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh. 2.
Trade Liberalisation and economic growth: a review of theory and evidence. 3.
Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh: overview of the policies and programmes. 4.
Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a changing perspective: a time-series evaluation. 5.
Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a global prospective a comparative analysis. 6.
Trade Liberalisation and growth nexus: a dynamic panel econometric study on Bangladesh manufacturing industries. 7.
Short-run vs. Long-run Macro impacts of Trade Liberalisation: an inter-temporal computable general equilibrium model of Bangladesh.
8. Summary and conclusions.
"Trade Liberalisation has been one of the major policy reforms in Bangladesh. This book aims to assess the dynamics of Trade Liberalisation, which include an examination of the theoretical and empirical literature on the 'Trade Liberalisation--Growth Nexus', an evaluation of the changes in the policy regimes in Bangladesh, an examination of the changes in the extent of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh(less)
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