Industrial Economics And Telecommunication Regulations by R. Jayaram, Namita R. Kotwani
The rapid growth in the telecommunication sector has made it essential to regulate the functioning of various modes of communication. This book provides a thorough understanding of the basic industrial economic concepts and national telecommunication policy in an easy-to-comprehend style.
Divided into five parts, comprising 21 chapters, the text introduces readers with the basic concepts of managerial economics such as elasticity of demand, market structure, price determination and money supply. The subsequent chapters are devoted to banking and taxation system, and international trade. It also gives a thorough analysis of various functions and objectives of commercial banks and distinguished features of international trade. The book elaborates on managerial concepts by explaining the nature of management, planning, communication, leadership skills and market research. Finally, the book meticulously deals with telecommunication regulations and regulatory strategies, and explains the national telecommunication policy and guidelines.
This book primarily caters to the needs of engineering students of Electronics and Telecommunication discipline for their course in Industrial Economics and Telecommunication Regulations. It will also be useful to the undergraduate students of management and commerce.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Management & Engineering students.
Table of Contents:
Part I MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
1. Basic Economic Concepts
2. Elasticity of Demand
3. Market Structure
4. Price and Output Determination in Different Market Structures
5. Money and Money Supply
Part II BANKING AND TAXATION SYSTEM OF COUNTRY
6. Commercial Banks and Its Functions
7. Central Bank
8. Sources of Public Revenue in India
Part III INTERNATIONAL TRADE
9. International Trade and Economic Crises of 2008
Part IV MANAGEMENT
10. Management Concepts
16. Marketing Management Concepts
17. Marketing Mix
18. Marketing Mix Strategy
19. Market Research and Market Information System
Part V TELECOMMUNICATION REGULATION, POLICY AND ACT
20. Telecommunication Regulation and Regulatory Strategies
21. National Telecommunication Policy and Guidelines