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This notes covered What is a Graph?, Definitions of (Undirected) Graphs, The Minimum Cost Spanning Tree Problem, Application: The Minimum Cost Spanning Tree Game, Hall’s Marriage Theorem, Maximum Matching in Bipartite Graphs, Basic Directed Graph Definitions, Unique Potentials, Application: Fair Pricing , Application: One Agent Implementation, The Maximum Flow Problem, Disjoint Paths etc.
The Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) was established as an autonomous research Centre in 1980. Appreciating its role in the promotion of research and training, the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) (Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India) recognized it as a national institute in the year 1986 and included the Centre in its network of institutions. Conducting interdisciplinary research in analytical and applied areas of social sciences, encompassing socio-economic and other aspects of development, constitute the predominant activities of the Centre. Its sphere of research activity has expanded beyond the state of A.P., covering other areas of the country as well. The Centre has been receiving annual grant-in-aid from the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the ICSSR. It also undertakes research projects sponsored by the state and central governments, as well as international agencies such as the World Bank, DFID, Ford Foundation, European Community, Rockefeller Foundation and Asian Development Bank.
CPR is an independent and non-partisan research institute and think tank. Its main objectives are to provide thought leadership and creative solutions to address pressing intellectual and policy issues. It is one of the 27 national social science research institutes recognized by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Government of India. It is set apart by its multi-disciplinary approach and unique blend of scholarship and practical expertise. CPR’s faculty have considerable impact on policy and public debates.
The Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, was founded in February 1973. Financed primarily by matching grants from the ICSSR and the Government of West Bengal, the Centre has full academic autonomy, is designed to function democratically and is proud of its impeccable record of public accountability. Academic and administrative matters at the Centre are under the control of a Board of Governors consisting of representatives of the Central and State governments, the ICSSR, the UGC, the universities of West Bengal and the Centre's faculty. A distinguished academic heads the Board as Chairman of the Centre.
Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IITK) has established an IR called dspace@iimk. It covers preprints, postprints, and other scholarly outputs from the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode-DSpace@iimk - is browseable by community (publication type and subject), title, author, and issue date, as well as searchable by keyword and other options.
The Economic and Political Weekly, published from Mumbai, is an Indian institution which enjoys a global reputation for excellence in independent scholarship and critical inquiry.
First published in 1949 as the Economic Weekly and since 1966 as the Economic and Political Weekly, EPW, as the journal is popularly known, occupies a special place in the intellectual history of independent India. For more than five decades EPW has remained a unique forum that week after week has brought together academics, researchers, policy makers, independent thinkers, members of non-governmental organisations and political activists for debates straddling economics, politics, sociology, culture, the environment and numerous other disciplines.
The Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) is an autonomous, multidisciplinary Centre for advanced research and training. Widely recognized as a Centre of excellence, it is one of India 's leading academic institutions in the fields of economic and social development. Established in 1958, its faculty of about 30 social scientists (economists, demographers and sociologists) and a large body of supporting research staff focus on emerging and often cutting-edge areas of social and policy concern. Many past and current faculty members are internationally renowned and award-winning scholars.
The International Journal of Economics and Business Modeling, aims to publish all the latest and outstanding research articles, reviews and letters in all areas of major importance to Techniques of Business Modeling, Management and applied research. Each issue contains a series of timely, in-depth written articles by leaders in the field, covering a wide range of the integration of multidimensional challenges of research including integration issues of the Management research.
International Journal of Economics and Research - IJER is an international peer-reviewed open access journal which publishes research articles, review articles short communications and book reviews from academicians and business-persons.
This notes covered Convex Sets, Hyperplanes and Separations, Farkas Lemma, Application: Core of Cooperative Games, Caratheodory Theorem etc.
In general competitive equilibrium theory, it is assumed that the characteristics of the commodities
are observable to the firms and consumers. The objective of this section is to
relax this complete markets assumption. In practice, there are many scenarios where the
information is asymmetrically distributed in a market. This notes covered Introduction, Competitive Equilibrium with Informational Asymmetries, Game Theoretic Analysis of Adverse Selection, Market Interventions, Weak Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium, Sequential Equilibrium, Signaling - A Basic Introduction, Refinements for Signaling Games, Job Market Signaling etc. are discussed.
Moral hazard can be present any time two parties come into agreement with one another. Each party in a contract may have the opportunity to gain from acting contrary to the principles laid out by the agreement. In this lecture notes, principal-agent problem, moral hazard, unobservable effort etc. is discussed.
Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies was established in 1987 vide the Govt. of Orissa Resolution dated the 16th April 1987 in consultation with Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, as an autonomous body under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies is an inter-disciplinary social science research institute, with three core disciplines, namely economics, sociology and social anthropology set up by the Government of Orissa in collaboration with the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Since its inception, the Centre has been playing a proactive role in promoting multidisciplinary social science research in a relatively less researched state like Orissa and helping the State Government in their plan formulation, designing policy intervention measures, programme evaluations and monitoring.
Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development (OKDISCD) is a vision turned reality for some of the most eminent academics of the entire Northeast. The Institute was established after a prolonged and strenuous effort of the academicians on March 30, 1989 under the joint initiative of the Government of Assam and the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi. OKDISCD is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. Formerly known as the Institute for Social Change and Development, the Government of Assam renamed it after the first Education Minister of Assam, Omeo Kumar Das in 1995 as a mark of respect towards him on his birth centenary.
This notes covered Introduction, Traditional and modern approaches of economics, Nature of Micro and Macro- Economics, Basic Concepts in Economics, Utility and characteristics of utility, Value, Price, Wealth , types of wealth and distinction between wealth and welfare, Meaning and characteristics of human wants and classification of human wants, Demand, Law of Demand, Elasticity of Demand, Stock and supply, Law of Supply, Elasticity of Supply, Consumer’s Surplus, Market Structure, Classification of Market Structure, Price determination under perfect market situation, Law Of Diminishing Marginal Utility, Law Of Equi-Marginal Utility, Agricultural Economics, Factors of Production, Labour, Capital, Organization, Forms Of Business Organization, Market, Concepts Of National Income, Measures of GNP, Inflation, Causes of Inflation, Public Revenue, Meaning of under development etc.
Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research is a leading Social Science Research Institute in India. It is an autonomous organisation registered as a Trust and Society under the relevant statutes in 1965. With the valuable cooperation of the Gujarat Government, businessmen, and industrialists of Gujarat, the Institute started academic activities in 1969 with Prof. D.T. Lakdawala as its founder Director. Appreciating the role of such an institution of higher learning and research in Gujarat, the Gujarat government had given full maintenance grant during the initial years of the Institute’s development. By the mid-seventies, the Institute established its unique identity at the national level.