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  1. Odd-Even Rule in Delhi: A Promising Solution?*

    AUTHOR(S) : Vineet Kumar, Kaustab Sen, Laxmi Rajgopal, K R Gowri and Rishika U Ajari, Post Graduate Students and Abhijat Arun Abhyankar, Senior Associate Professor - National Institute of Construction Management and Research, Pune
    PUBLISHED DATE: 21/11/2018
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - FLAME
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0030, ME-1-0030A
    CASE LENGTH: 9 Pages
    DESCRIPTION:
    Humans have evolved over the years riding on various means of transport. The invention of wheel in the Neolithic age was a path-breaking move although initially, it was restricted to performing small odd jobs only. It is mind boggling to realize that in just one century, humans have developed technology that has replaced horse powered carriages with ultra-sophisticated cars. All these modern means of transport carrying vices of pollution have a great impact on the pollution levels present in the atmosphere. ...
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  2. International Brands in Hospitality Sector Empowered by Open Access Electricity*

    AUTHOR(S) : Prof. Avadhoot Dixit, Asst. Professor, NICMAR, Pune
    PUBLISHED DATE: 20/11/2018
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - FLAME
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASELET
    CASE ID: ME-2-0031, ME-2-0031A
    CASE LENGTH: 4 Pages
    DESCRIPTION:
    The case puts forth the concept of use of Open Access Electricity for a 5-star hotel in Alibaug. When the electricity bills of any establishment go beyond manageable limits, and it is not feasible to generate electricity on site, an open access system can be effectively implemented. In this, the electricity can be purchased from the open market without being forced to purchase it from the existing power supplying company. A Tri-Party Power Purchase Agreement can be put in place to help solve the issue ...
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  3. Tata Steel’s Ferrochrome Venture in South Africa

    AUTHOR(S) : D. C. Singhal, Ex-AGM Tata Steel and Ranjana Agarwal, Associate Professor, Economics at IMT Ghaziabad
    PUBLISHED DATE: 27/08/2018
    PUBLISHER: Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0029, ME-1-0029A
    CASE LENGTH: 22 Pages
    DESCRIPTION:
    In September 2015, voluntary liquidation plans were announced by the company Tata Steel KwaZulu-Natal (TSKZN) in South Africa. This set tone for the final closure of Tata’s first greenfield venture abroad. Tata Steel KZN, a ferrochrome company, was a subsidiary of Tata Steel, located in Jharkhand, India. Electricity, a key component of ferrochrome industry, was available at low cost in S. Africa, and was one of the major factors of setting up a plant there. However, once the plant was established, ...
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  4. How to Improve India’s Competitiveness Ranking?

    AUTHOR(S) : Bala Bharathi Yelamanchi and Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary
    PUBLISHED DATE: 20/07/2018
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: Case Debate
    CASE ID: ME-9-0028, ME-9-0028A
    CASE LENGTH: 7 Pages
    DESCRIPTION:
    This Case Debate is meant to trigger an animated debate on how to improve India's Competitiveness Ranking. India is ranked 44th in the International Institute for Management Development's (IMD) World Competitiveness Ranking 2018, faring poorer than a few Asian and Middle Eastern countries like China (13), Malaysia (22), Thailand (30), Saudi Arabia (39). While US took the pole position, Hong Kong, Singapore, Netherlands and Switzerland stood at 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th positions respectively. The IMD ...
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  5. Bitcoin: A Cryptocurrency or an Asset Class?*

    AUTHOR(S) : Dr. Abhay Kumar - Assistant Professor, Anubha Agrawal, Bhavya Gupta, Gaurav Shah, Vinayak Nautiyal - Students, NMIMS University
    PUBLISHED DATE: 29/11/2017
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - FLAME
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0027, ME-1-0027A
    CASE LENGTH: 10 Pages
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    Bitcoin is a digital asset and a payment system classified as a decentralized digital currency. It is a form of digital money with decentralized ledger that keeps a record of each peer-to-peer transactions. It is an open source software that is owned by no person or company. It is also not backed by any Central Bank and anyone can verify payment and record the transaction into the block chain. Each of the coin has a unique block chain. It is created by miners electronically and is traded through computer ...
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  6. Cashless Economy for Developing Countries: A Case in Indian Context*

    AUTHOR(S) : Dr.Abhay Kumar, Assistant Professor, Varun Dua, Partha Sharma, Shailin Jain, Pratha Garg - Students, NMIMS University
    PUBLISHED DATE: 29/11/2017
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - FLAME
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0026, ME-1-0026A
    CASE LENGTH: 9 Pages
    DESCRIPTION:
    Over the past few years, we have seen unprecedented growth in the economies of the developing countries. With the opening up of markets, these countries have witnessed a rise in employment and productivity. Nevertheless, the scenario of the developed countries has been quite different. Many European countries have witnessed stagnant economic situations with interest rates hovering around the zero lower bound. These lower interest rates have urged Europeans to hoard cash rather than keeping it in the ...
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  7. Business Development and Handover (BDH) - A Case of Spiritual Finance*

    AUTHOR(S) : Dr. Raghvendra Dwivedi, Faculty - I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad
    PUBLISHED DATE: 23/02/2016
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - FLAME
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASELET
    CASE ID: ME-2-0022, ME-2-0022A
    CASE LENGTH: 4 Pages
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    Donating huge sums to the charitable trusts/organizations for social welfare has always been a tradition in India, after their retirement or fulfilling family liabilities, etc. Was the donated money used for the cause or was it misused for irrelevant miscellaneous purposes? Mrs. Kamlesh Dwivedi (Kamlesh) and Mr. P. N. Dwivedi (Dwivedi) settled in their village in the district Shahjahanpur (U.P) after retirement. Many charitable institutions approached her and her husband with a request for donating ...
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  8. Small Tea Cultivation in India and the Future Ahead: A Case Study from West Bengal Region*

    AUTHOR(S) : Nirmal Chandra Roy, Research Scholar, Dr. Debasish Biswas, Asst. Professor - Department of Business Administration, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal
    PUBLISHED DATE: 04/02/2016
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - GSMC
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0024, ME-1-0024A
    CASE LENGTH: 9 Pages
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    Small Tea Grower (STG) segment accounts for almost 35% of the total tea production in India. The Tea Board of India defines 'STG' as a person who has a tea plantation area of up to 25 acres, but most of them own less than 2 acres of cultivated land. It provides ample avenues for self-employment generation of educated as well as uneducated youths besides engaging themselves into their family responsibilities. The high profitability coupled with the prospect of getting steady income with minimum effort ...
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  9. Natural Gas Pricing in India, 2014: Is the Hike Justified?*

    AUTHOR(S) : Ganesh Kumar Nidugala, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Indore and Abhinav Goel, Senior Director, India Ratings & Research Pvt. Ltd.
    PUBLISHED DATE: 01/02/2016
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - GSMC
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0023, ME-1-0023A
    CASE LENGTH: 10 Pages
    Natural Gas Pricing in India, 2014: Is the Hike Justified?*
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    **IIM RAIPUR- ET CASES Award (GSMC 2016) – For a Case, Showcasing Futuristic and Progressive Idea This case study describes the decision of the Indian government to increase the price for natural gas in 2014. The Indian government wanted to attract private sector  investment into the sector. Attracting private investment required adequate return on investment which meant that gas price had to be closer to the market price. However, too high prices would affect the industries which are ...
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  10. Portugal’s Banking Sector – Safe or Not*

    AUTHOR(S) : Professor Ganesh Kumar Nidugala, Indian Institute of Management, Indore and Rashmi Shukla, FPM Participant, Indian Institute of Management, Indore
    PUBLISHED DATE: 30/11/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases - GSMC
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE STUDY
    CASE ID: ME-1-0004, ME-1-0004A
    CASE LENGTH: 13 pages
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    In May 2014, Portugal, on its own political will, exited the 3-year EU-IMF supported bail-out programme. Portugal had to accept €78 billion EU-IMF-led bailout in 2011 to manage its public debt. The bailout required severe austerity measures leading to public disapproval and protests. Analysts raised doubts about the economic success during the bailout and were even more worried about the Portuguese economy post the bailout exit. Barely few months later, in August 2014, Portugal’s third ...
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  11. Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia - Indian Economic History

    Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia - Indian Economic History

    PUBLISHED DATE: 26/11/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    PRODUCT: CASE SUITE
    CASE LENGTH: 25.51 minutes

    Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Former Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India shares his perspectives on Indian Economic History

    DESCRIPTION:
    In this case suite, Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Former Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India shares his perspectives on Indian Economic History. Founded on a "mixed economy" fabric of managing a country's economy, the Indian economy's economic journey has largely been a slow and steady one. Undoubtedly, there are lessons that can be learnt from the way Indian economy has been managed through the decades? What are the lessons?
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  12. Rupee Dip Won't Spoil Holiday Plans

    AUTHOR(S) : Syed Abdul Samad and Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary
    PUBLISHED DATE: 20/11/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE FLYER
    CASE ID: ME-4-0020, ME-4-0020A
    CASE LENGTH: 5 pages
    DESCRIPTION:

    This case flyer, based on the article1 from The Economic Times, is meant to sensitize participants/students as to how either appreciation or depreciation of a currency affects an individual consumer. With relevant and related concepts - Exchange Rates, Exchange Rate determination, Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)/Law Of One Price (LOOP) and devaluation of a currency - this case flyer can be used to explain how macroeconomic variables affect a microeconomic unit i.e., individual consumer. While depreciation ...
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  13. Yuan Devaluation: What Lies Ahead?

    AUTHOR(S) : Syed Abdul Samad and Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary
    PUBLISHED DATE: 20/11/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASE FLYER
    CASE ID: ME-4-0021, ME-4-0021A
    CASE LENGTH: 5 pages
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    This Case Flyer attempts to analyze the reasons and the impact of China's devaluation of its currency (Yuan) on August 11th 2015. China devalued its currency against the US dollar by 1.9% sending shock waves across global markets and undoubtedly Indian markets too experienced the tremors. While it is intended for import- substitution and export-promotion, from China's point-of-view, how would China's devaluation of its currency affect the Indian economy? Which segments of Indian economy would ...
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  14. Big Mac Index: An Exchange Rate Exercise

    AUTHOR(S) : Syed Abdul Samad and Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary
    PUBLISHED DATE: 20/11/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASELET
    CASE ID: ME-2-0019, ME-2-0019A
    CASE LENGTH: 5 pages
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    This caselet, based on The Economist's Hamburger Standard (April 21st 2001), introduces the participants/students to the concept and relevance of Big Mac Index. While the concept has been widely used in understanding whether a currency is overvalued or undervalued, its relevance has only been growing over the last three decades in the exchange rate discussions and deliberations. Introduced in 1986 by The Economist, Big Mac Index is based on the Theory of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)/ Law Of One ...
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  15. Sam Rodrigues’ Tryst with Price Discrimination (A): Degrees of Price Discrimination

    AUTHOR(S) : Vandana Jayakumar and Dr. Nagendra V. Chowdary
    PUBLISHED DATE: 15/10/2015
    PUBLISHER: ET Cases
    CATEGORY: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
    PRODUCT: CASELET
    CASE ID: ME-2-0018(a), ME-2-0018(a)A
    CASE LENGTH: 6 pages
    DESCRIPTION:

    This caselet's purpose is to introduce the participants/students to the concept of price discrimination in the context of imperfect markets. Referred to as discriminating monopoly, price discrimination occurs when a seller charges different prices to the same/different buyers for the same good/commodity or service without any corresponding difference in cost. When Sam Rodrigues visits Mary Diagnostic Center for his health checkup, referred by the Consultant Physician at Varun Hospitals, the pricing ...
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