The Concise Oxford History of Indian Business

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ISBN:

9780195684292

Publication date:

03/10/2006

Paperback

296 pages

234.0x154.0mm

Price: 395.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195684292

Publication date:

03/10/2006

Paperback

296 pages

234.0x154.0mm

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Suitable for: This fascinating and well-researched book will appeal to anyone interested in the story of Indian business from CEOs to scholars, professionals and students.

Rights:  World Rights

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Description

What are the roots of modern business practices in India? Ever wondered what forces shaped the way Indian business looks today? This book tells the story of the evolution of Indian business from merchants to service providers, focusing on the principal actors whose exploits made the transition possible. Dwijendra Tripathi, a pioneer in the study of business history in India, provides an engaging account of the business methods and families that makes Indian business what it is today.

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Dwijendra Tripathi & Jyoti Jumani

Description

What are the roots of modern business practices in India? Ever wondered what forces shaped the way Indian business looks today? This book tells the story of the evolution of Indian business from merchants to service providers, focusing on the principal actors whose exploits made the transition possible. Dwijendra Tripathi, a pioneer in the study of business history in India, provides an engaging account of the business methods and families that makes Indian business what it is today.

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