Corporate sickness and its prevention by financial institutions by Pradip N Khandwalla (Working Paper, No. 1986/612) Khandwalla, Pradip N.

By: Khandwalla, Pradip N
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1986Description: 33 p.Subject(s): Industrial sickness - Causes - India | Financial institutions - Prevention of industrial sicknessDDC classification: WP 1986 (612) Summary: Growing corporate sickness seems to be a global phenomenon, at least is the world's market-oriented economies. But the causes of sickness may differ as between Third World countries like India and the developed Western economies. After reviewing Western and Indian work on sickness, the paper presents data on a questionnaire and interviews based study of the major causes of sickness in India, and the mechanisms available to the financial institutions to prevent sickness. The respondents were 36 rehabilitation officers of various Indian banks and financial institutions. A multi-pronged model for preventing sickness is proposed.
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Growing corporate sickness seems to be a global phenomenon, at least is the world's market-oriented economies. But the causes of sickness may differ as between Third World countries like India and the developed Western economies. After reviewing Western and Indian work on sickness, the paper presents data on a questionnaire and interviews based study of the major causes of sickness in India, and the mechanisms available to the financial institutions to prevent sickness. The respondents were 36 rehabilitation officers of various Indian banks and financial institutions. A multi-pronged model for preventing sickness is proposed.

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