The Theory and Working of State Corporations With Special Reference to India.
Prakash, Om.

New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1963. 8.5" x 5.5". 272pp. Red paper covered boards with gilt lettering on spine; in original blue dust jacket with red lettering; mild edgewear else in near fine condition. Each of the Indian State corporations, including Public Corporations and Government Companies is studied with consideration to the object each was intended to serve when established. Its structure and its degree of success are based on available records and personal contact with key officials by the author. The characteristics of State Corporations is examined in theory, and those in India compared to those elsewhere. The merits and defects of each Corporation and of each class of Corporation in practice are examined from which a series of important practical recommendations are made. Hardcover (Item ID: 6677)

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