Suresh Tannan

Suresh Tannan
Raffles University · School of Law

M.A in Economics from Delhi University, India

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Introduction
Energy Economics, Globalization, Science and Society, International Trade, IPR, Indian Economy, Development Economics, Law and Economics
Additional affiliations
July 2018 - November 2019
Raffles University
Position
  • Faculty Member
Description
  • I was teaching Economics (Principles of Economics; Macro Economics; Money, Banking and Finance, Theories of Development; International Trade; Law and Economics to law students
Education
April 1971 - March 1973
University of Delhi
Field of study
  • Economics

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Demand forecasting is the activity of estimating the quantity of a product or service that consumers will purchase. Demand forecasting involves techniques including both informal methods, such as educated guesses, and quantitative methods, such as the use of historical sales data or current data from test markets. Demand forecasting is used in maki...
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Technology and society stand at the center of many of the critical issues facing society, particularly:  The arms race,  The energy crisis,  The problems of producing sufficient food, shelter, and material resources for a world population.  Technological systems lay the foundation for economic and social systems.  Social and political values a...
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The low level of farmers’ income and it’s the year to year fluctuations is a major source of agrarian distress. This distress is spreading and getting severe over time impacting almost half of the population of the country that is dependent on farming for livelihood. A persistent low level of farmers’ income can also cause serious adverse effects o...
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In spite of the substantial economic growth of nations, there still persist conflicting views among developed and developing countries for retaining a strong intellectual property regime in the municipal law. For instance, the debate on competition laws and the feasibility of having monopolistic tendencies as emphasized by the jurisprudence of IP l...
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It is well known that the wave of development that highlights India as one of the fastest-growing economies of the world. Even as the economy picks up pace and poverty continues to come down, doubts remain about the transformation of India from a primarily agricultural and rural economy to a modern one by the end of the next decade. Despite substan...
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The TRIPs Agreement has led to a reinforcement of the protection of intellectual property, particularly in many developing countries. From the point of view of transfer of technology, the imitation of technologies from industrialized countries and the marketing of the resulting products will now be more difficult. The MNCs are also expanding vigoro...
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In spite of substantial economic growth of Nations, there still persists conflicting views among developed and developing countries for creating a strong intellectual property regime in their municipal laws. For instance, the debate on competition laws and the feasibility of establishing monopolistic tendencies as emphasized by the jurisprudence of...
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It is well known that the wave of development that highlights India as one of the fastest-growing economies of the world. Even as the economy picks up pace and poverty continues to come down, doubts remain about the transformation of India from a primarily agricultural and rural economy to a modern one by the end of the next decade. Despite substan...
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A TRIP is being implemented at a time when the developing countries are going through a severe health crisis. About one third of the world’s population lacks regular access to essential drugs. The situation is worse in Africa and India. In Africa, almost half and in India, 50 to 65% of the population does not have regular access to essential drugs....
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Te at the center of many of the chnology and Society stands at the center of many of the critical issues facing society, particularly in the final two decades of the 20th Century. the arms race, the energy crises, the problems of producing sufficient food, shelter, and material resources for a world population that has exceeded 6 billion-all these...
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This research paper attempts to bring out the perspective of responsible and sustainable corporate entities in Asia linked to the global development agenda, particularly the formulation and implementation of a new set of sustainable development goals (SDGs). Sustainable development suggests a set of societal objectives or goals which the world shou...
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This research paper attempts to bring out the perspective of responsible and sustainable corporate entities in Asia linked to the global development agenda, particularly the formulation and implementation of a new set of sustainable development goals (SDGs). Sustainable development suggests a set of societal objectives or goals which the world shou...
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The prime driver of economic progress is technological innovation. Modern life is a triumph of innovation; the refrigerator, the air-conditioner, the radio, the closed body automobile, synthetic rubber, and a host of other breakthroughs created a better life and ultimately made possible a mass consumer society. In the twenty-first century, one goal...
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The behavior of oil prices has received special attention in the current environment of rapid rises and marked increase in oil price volatility. It is widely believed that high oil prices can slow economic growth, cause inflationary pressures, and create global imbalances. Volatile oil prices can also uncertainty and discourage much-needed investme...
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• To identify the key themes of managing strategic innovation and change; • To study the technological factors which are responsible for Innovation and Change; • To understanding both of the existing technological advances and the probable future advances that can affect the organization’s products and services and general environment; • To consid...
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The prime driver of economic progress is technological innovation. Modern life is a triumph of innovation; The refrigerator, the air-conditioner, the radio, the closed body automobile, synthetic rubber, and a host of other breakthroughs created a better life and ultimately made possible a mass consumer society. In the twenty-first century, main goa...
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Many developing countries argue that traditional knowledge held by indigenous and local communities now forms part of the product discovery process of the industrialized world, but that this knowledge is not recognized and adequately protected by the conventional IPR system. Therefore, sui generis legislation systems need to be developed that would...
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The share of gas in the fuel sector is growing around the world and in India. With proven natural gas reserves of 208000-bcm(Billion cubic meters) in 2011 and world production at less than 2%(3276 bcm), natural gas has tremendous growth potential. The acute awareness about climate change and carbon emission issues world over makes gas as one of the...
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The behavior of oil prices has received special attention in the current environment of rapid rises and marked increase in oil price volatility. It is widely believed that high oil prices can slow economic growth, cause inflationary pressures, and create global imbalances. Volatile oil prices can also uncertainty and discourage much-needed investme...
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Due to rapid economic expansion, India is one of the most fastest-growing energy markets and is expected to be the second-largest contributor to the increase in the global energy demand by 2035, accounting for 18% of the rise in global energy consumption. Given India's growing energy demands and limited domestic fossil fuel reserves, the country ha...
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The paper has been developed in the following way: • To identify the key themes of managing strategic innovation and change; • To study the technological factors which are responsible for Innovation and Change; • To understanding both of the existing technological advances and the probable future advances that can affect the organization's products...
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The effect that the intensified globalization has had on brands has been spectacular. New brands are seemingly born global. Brand portfolios that have been built up through decades of acquisitions are rationalized to focus att on a limited number of strategic brands. Long-established brands have enhanced their dominant positions across the globe, t...
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Branded service lets the organization set standards for the five dimensions of service in relation to its brand, The five classic dimensions of the service (known as ServQual) are based on extensive consumer research. they include reliability, assuredness, tangibility, empathy, and responsiveness.
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The modern business organization, be it large or small in size, exists in the context of a complex commercial, economic, political, cultural, and social environment. globalization offers extensive opportunities for truly worldwide development. however, some countries are integrated into the global economy more rapidly than others. countries that ju...
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The effect that the intensified globalization has had on brands has been spectacular. New brands are seemingly born global. Brand portfolios that have been built up through decades of acquisitions are rationalized to focus att on a limited number of strategic brands. Long-established brands have enhanced their dominant positions across the globe, t...
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The modern business organization, be it large or small in size, exists in the context of a complex commercial, economic, political, cultural, and social environment. globalization offers extensive opportunities for truly worldwide development. however, some countries are integrated into the global economy more rapidly than others. countries that ju...
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The market share of developing countries in the global pharmaceutical market can be compared to a marching battalion, which continues to march past until it attains excellence in its task. This explains the reason why its share in the global market has increased over the years. Moving homeward, the pharmaceutical industry in India holds a leadershi...
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According to the WHO report, over 80% of the global population rely on traditional medicine, largely plant-based, for their primary healthcare needs. The Export-Import Bank of India, in its report (1997) has stated the value of medicinal plants related to trade in India of the order of $ 5.5 billion, and the same is growing rapidly. According to th...
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The market share of developing countries in the global pharmaceutical market has increased over time. This is evident from the fact that developing countries which had a total market share of 20% in 1995, increased to 35% by 2000. The pharmaceutical industry in these countries is also growing at the rate of 15-19 percent as against the average of a...
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we can increase our exports of medicinal plants and products from Rs 446 crores to above Rs 10000 crores by 2010 through the scientific harnessing of our unique bio-diversity and the time tested scientific knowledge of natural remedies.
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The state-of-the-art pharmaceutical industry of India engaged in drug manufacture holds a leadership position in the third world, in terms of technology, quality, and range of medicines manufactured. this industry, with its rich scientific pool and research capabilities, with intellectual property protection regime firmly in place, is well set to e...
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According to some experts, an optimum level of foreign exchange reserves for a country like India would be about $ 65 to 70 billion, beyond that there would be a high carrying cost involved considering that nearly 35% of the country's foreign currency assets are parked in low yielding overseas treasuries.
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The agrochemical industry has developed substantially contributing significantly towards India's agriculture and health. The Pesticide Industry has a vital role to play in safeguarding crops and the extent of savings effected through the usage of products of the industry is estimated as 30% of the total agricultural production i.e Rs 20000 crores a...
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The bright light of innovation has illuminated the world agriculture during the 20th Century-the discoveries in crop protection chemicals, fertilizers, seeds, biotechnology and application equipment have made possible yields only dreamed of 100 years or even 50 years ago.
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There is no activity in the world that would go unaffected by the World Trade Organization and from the influence of the agreements signed under it. it is as important for a farmer or trader or a banker or a sundry service provider. Making small businesses aware of this fact is a big challenge in our country.
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There is no activity in the world that would go unaffected by the World Trade Organization and from the influence of the agreements signed under it. it is as important for a farmer or trader or a banker or a sundry service provider. Making small businesses aware of this fact is a big challenge in our country.
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The main objective of the extreme focus plan was to workout the global needs of agrochemicals and to visualize how India's share in global export market could be augmented from 1% in 1991 to 10% in dollar terms, maintaining annual growth rate of 30% per annum
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The main objective of the extreme focus plan was to work out the global needs of agrochemicals and to visualize how India's share in the global export market could be augmented from 1% in 1991 to 10% in dollar terms, mainintaing a growth rate of 30% per annum
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The agriculture sector dominates the economic scenario in India. The occupation of nearly 70% of the population is agriculture. The present foodgrain production is around 186 million MT and it is estimated that by 2000AD, India would require about 220 million MT of foodgrains. In the modern world, the inter-dependence of agriculture and industry is...
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The agriculture sector dominates the economic scenario in India. the occupation of nearly 60% of the population is agriculture. The present foodgrain production is nearly 186 million tons and is estimated that by the year 2000 AD, India would require 220 million tons of food grains. In the modern world, the inter-dependence of agriculture and indus...
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The agriculture sector dominates the economic scenario in India. the occupation of nearly 60% of the population is agriculture. The present foodgrain production is nearly 186 million tons and is estimated that by the year 2000 AD, India would require 220 million tons of food grains. In the modern world, the inter-dependence of agriculture and indus...

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