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Gaithersburg, Maryland: Country Casual, 2011. "Our furnishing are constructed for optimum strength and durability using traditional mortise and tenon joinery and sustainably harvested kiln-dried premium teak. Teak {Tectona grandis} is a durable hardwood that performs beautifully in any climate. Its high oil content makes it virtually immune to rot; today many classic English teak garden benches are still in regular use after seventy years. No paint, varnish or other preservative is necessary. Cool in summer, warm in winter, natural teak weathers to a silvery gray with exposure to the elements." This book has 99 pages and is profusely illustrated.. 2011 Edition. Pictorial Softcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Country Casual, 2011, Academic Foundation, 2010. Hardcover. New. Agriculture production and farm incomes in India are frequently affected by weather and climatic aberrations like droughts, floods, cyclone, frost, storms, land slides, etc. Outbreak of epidemics, fire, and market fluctuations are the other factors which seriously affect production and farm income. All these events are beyond the control of the farmers. With the growing commercialisation of agriculture, the magnitude of shock due to unfavourable eventualities is increasing and the need to protect farmers against production and income losses is becoming stronger. Agricultural insurance is considered an important mechanism to effectively address the risk to output and income resulting from various natural and manmade events. Despite various schemes launched from time to time, agricultural insurance in India has not made much headway even though the need to protect country’s farmers from agricultural variability has been a continuing concern of agriculture policy. This book examines the genesis of agricultural insurance in India and discusses various agricultural insurance schemes launched in the country from time to time and the coverage provided by them. The book also looks into the role of government in implementing various agricultural insurance schemes and suggest effective agriculture insurance programme for India. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : List of Tables Preface Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1.1 Farmers’ Strategies for Risk Mitigation 1.2 Agriculture Insurance for Risk Mitigation 1.3 Impact of Insurance 1.4 Credit Linked Insurance 1.5 Philosophy of Crop Insurance 1.6 Organisation of the Book 2. Risk in Agricultural Production 2.1 All India Picture 2.2 State Level Picture 2.2.1 Rice 2.2.2 Wheat 2.2.3 Groundnut 2.2.4 Rapeseed and Mustard 2.2.5 Cotton 2.2.6 Sugarcane 2.3 Risk in Andhra Pradesh Agriculture at Disaggregate Level 2.3.1 Risk at District Level for the State of Andhra Pradesh 2.3.2 Factors Affecting Risk 3. Progress and Performance of Agricultural Insurance 3.1 Crop Insurance Approaches 3.2 Agricultural Insurance Schemes 3.2.1 First Individual Approach Scheme 1972-1978 3.2.2 Pilot Crop Insurance Scheme (PCIS) 1979-1984 3.2.3 Comprehensive Crop Insurance Scheme (CCIS) 1985-1999 3.2.4 Experimental Crop Insurance Scheme (ECIS) 1997-98 3.2.5 National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) 1999 3.3 Other Agricultural Insurance Schemes 3.3.1 Farm Income Insurance 3.3.2 Livestock Insurance 3.3.3 Weather based Crop Insurance/Rainfall Insurance 3.4 Comparative Picture of Various Agricultural Insurance Schemes 4. Farmers’ Perceptions about Agricultural Insurance: Field Level Results from Andhra Pradesh 4.1 Socio-economic Characteristics of Sample Farmers 4.2 Response of Loanee Farmers 4.3 Response of Non-borrowers and not Insured Farmers 5. Issues Related to Agricultural Insurance 5.1 Issues Related to Nais 5.1.1 Reduction of Insurance Unit to Village Panchayat Level 5.1.2 Threshold/Guaranteed Yield 5.1.3 Levels of Indemnity 5.1.4 Extending Risk Coverage to Prevented Sowing/Planting, in Adverse Seasonal Conditions 5.1.5 Coverage of Post-harvest Losses 5.1.6 On-account Settlement of Claims 5.1.7 Service to Non-loanee Farmers 5.1.8 Premium Sharing by Financial Institutions 5.2 General Issues 5.2.1 Role of Government 5.2.2 Perils to be Covered 5.2.3 Involvement of Public or Private Sector 5.3 Individual/Area Approach and Coverage 5.4 Assured Value, Loss Assessment and Premium 6. Global Picture of Agricultural Insurance 6.1 Lessons from Other Countries 6.2 World Trade Organization Regulations 7. Conclusions and Policy Suggestions 7.1 Conclusions 7.2 Policy Suggestions 7.3 Prospects of Agricultural Insurance Refer Printed Pages: 106., Academic Foundation, 2010, Academic Foundation, 2010. Hardcover. New. Agriculture production and farm incomes in India are frequently affected by weather and climatic aberrations like droughts, floods, cyclone, frost, storms, land slides, etc. Outbreak of epidemics, fire, and market fluctuations are the other factors which seriously affect production and farm income. All these events are beyond the control of the farmers. With the growing commercialisation of agriculture, the magnitude of shock due to unfavourable eventualities is increasing and the need to protect farmers against production and income losses is becoming stronger. Agricultural insurance is considered an important mechanism to effectively address the risk to output and income resulting from various natural and manmade events. Despite various schemes launched from time to time, agricultural insurance in India has not made much headway even though the need to protect country’s farmers from agricultural variability has been a continuing concern of agriculture policy. This book examines the genesis of agricultural insurance in India and discusses various agricultural insurance schemes launched in the country from time to time and the coverage provided by them. The book also looks into the role of government in implementing various agricultural insurance schemes and suggest effective agriculture insurance programme for India. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : List of Tables Preface Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1.1 Farmers’ Strategies for Risk Mitigation 1.2 Agriculture Insurance for Risk Mitigation 1.3 Impact of Insurance 1.4 Credit Linked Insurance 1.5 Philosophy of Crop Insurance 1.6 Organisation of the Book 2. Risk in Agricultural Production 2.1 All India Picture 2.2 State Level Picture 2.2.1 Rice 2.2.2 Wheat 2.2.3 Groundnut 2.2.4 Rapeseed and Mustard 2.2.5 Cotton 2.2.6 Sugarcane 2.3 Risk in Andhra Pradesh Agriculture at Disaggregate Level 2.3.1 Risk at District Level for the State of Andhra Pradesh 2.3.2 Factors Affecting Risk 3. Progress and Performance of Agricultural Insurance 3.1 Crop Insurance Approaches 3.2 Agricultural Insurance Schemes 3.2.1 First Individual Approach Scheme 1972-1978 3.2.2 Pilot Crop Insurance Scheme (PCIS) 1979-1984 3.2.3 Comprehensive Crop Insurance Scheme (CCIS) 1985-1999 3.2.4 Experimental Crop Insurance Scheme (ECIS) 1997-98 3.2.5 National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) 1999 3.3 Other Agricultural Insurance Schemes 3.3.1 Farm Income Insurance 3.3.2 Livestock Insurance 3.3.3 Weather based Crop Insurance/Rainfall Insurance 3.4 Comparative Picture of Various Agricultural Insurance Schemes 4. Farmers’ Perceptions about Agricultural Insurance: Field Level Results from Andhra Pradesh 4.1 Socio-economic Characteristics of Sample Farmers 4.2 Response of Loanee Farmers 4.3 Response of Non-borrowers and not Insured Farmers 5. Issues Related to Agricultural Insurance 5.1 Issues Related to Nais 5.1.1 Reduction of Insurance Unit to Village Panchayat Level 5.1.2 Threshold/Guaranteed Yield 5.1.3 Levels of Indemnity 5.1.4 Extending Risk Coverage to Prevented Sowing/Planting, in Adverse Seasonal Conditions 5.1.5 Coverage of Post-harvest Losses 5.1.6 On-account Settlement of Claims 5.1.7 Service to Non-loanee Farmers 5.1.8 Premium Sharing by Financial Institutions 5.2 General Issues 5.2.1 Role of Government 5.2.2 Perils to be Covered 5.2.3 Involvement of Public or Private Sector 5.3 Individual/Area Approach and Coverage 5.4 Assured Value, Loss Assessment and Premium 6. Global Picture of Agricultural Insurance 6.1 Lessons from Other Countries 6.2 World Trade Organization Regulations 7. Conclusions and Policy Suggestions 7.1 Conclusions 7.2 Policy Suggestions 7.3 Prospects of Agricultural Insurance Refer Printed Pages: 106., Academic Foundation, 2010, Phila.: American Baptist Publication Society, 1880. 320pp., biege cloth binding. Numerous illustrations. Slight wear, light soiling, back hinge neatly repaired. Sunday school bookplate on front endpaper.. Hardcover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., American Baptist Publication Society, 1880, Winnipeg, Canada: Premium Ventures, 1980. Paperback. 8vo, pp. 83. Covers lightly rubbed; very good+. Preface by Philip A. Horch. b&w maps & illustrations, Premium Ventures, 1980, London: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1930. Hardbound . BINDING/CONDITION: navy blue cloth with gilt spine text; a Good book, no dust jacket. Well illustrated in black and white. Following taken from the author's foreword (1929): ''Like one of its own typhoons, a great change is sweeping across the Pacific Basin. The old order of hermit counties and uninhabited islands has gone for ever. The new rme of competition, by placing a premium on utility, has forced these islands into the world economy. Competition, however, means rivalry; and all round the Pacific the nations are regarding one another with suspicion. East and west of the great ocean are English speaking peoples who, though obsessed by the problems of their own settlement, are conscious of duties to native races for whose welfare they consider themselves responsible. For the English speaking peoples and the native races alike peaceful development of the whole Basin depends upon knowledge of the characteristics of the regions within it, its natural resources, and its inhabitants. This geographical study, designed to give that knowledge, will fulfill my earnest hope if also it enables the dwellers of the Basin, by means of an enlarged ability to interpret the facts of their environment, to sense the overwhelming need for co-operation and intelligent foresight in planning for the future.'' The author was Senior Lecturer in Economics and Economic Geography in the University of Melbourne. 8vo (about 8 inches tall) 340 pages. Index. Map endpapers (rear only)., Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1930, Winnipeg: Premium Ventures, 1980. Paperback. local history;. 8vo. Light shelfwear; good+. Introduction by C. Stuart Houston., Premium Ventures, 1980, Ett album sammanställt av Sven Barthel (1903-1991). Albert Bonniers förlag, Stockholm 1939. 97 sidor + 21 helsidesplanscher med reproduktioner i färg, varav 7 löst bifogade. Rikt illustrerad i texten med bilder av författaren. Förlagets klotband med pärmdekor och främre häftesomslag medbundet. Utan skyddsomslag. [31x23 cm]. Monterad etikett på främre pärms insida "Premium vid Umeå Handelsgymnasium ...". Fint skick., WigRaf Publishing, Atlantic City: 1999. Softcover. Brand new book. This book is your complete source for locating the right camp for you in Wyoming. Whether you are camping in a luxury motor home or in a canvas tent, this book gives you detailed directions - including 87 hand-drawn maps - and information to choose the most convenient camp along your route, or an off-route camp to a more natural setting, or a decidedly remote camp with serenity and solitude at a premium. Includes an Index. ISBN: 1928786006., WigRaf Publishing, Atlantic City: 1999, Forgotten Books. PAPERBACK. 1330197283 Special order direct from the distributor . New., Forgotten Books, KW Publishers, 2009. Softcover. New. A leader, military, political or in any other profession, is inevitably a lonely person, and yet a successful leader, especially in the military profession, must be a very sensitive person to be able to lead successfully through the motivation, dedication and loyalty of those he leads. In the military profession, of course, this acquires even greater salience since the profession, at one level, demands a willingness and readiness to make the supreme sacrifice, and, at another, involves victory or defeat of the country that nurtures its military power. According to an American saying, “There are three types of leaders: those who make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened!” This is why the military needs leaders of the first kind, and who can not only manage and motivate people, but also ideas and concepts for which they must acquire knowledge on a broad basis. Modern military power is highly technology oriented and even dominated by it. Current trends indicate that this will increase in future. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this will increase the premium on the quality of the man dealing with the machine at all levels. In the air forces, this would matter even more since “so much will depend on so few.” We need strategists at all levels; and the chiefs of the armed forces of 2040 are already in active service. They would have to provide military professional advice to the political leadership at crucial times under enormous uncertainties where “actionable” intelligence would not be available, and their own knowledge and experience would have to guide them. To enable them to do so successfully, these officers would have to be given broad-based education and knowledge. Above all, successful military leadership would require very high standards of professional integrity as well as personal integrity – at all levels. This volume brings together eminent experts well versed in the theory and practice of leadership and the knowledge that needs to be available to them. The issues explored in this volume are equally applicable to other professions, especially in the corporate world.Contents 1. Knowledge and Leadership 2. Nature of Aerospace Power in the Coming Decades 3. The Essence of Aerospace Power: What Leaders Need to Know 4. RMA and Emerging Aerospace Technologies 5. In Search of a Twenty-First Century Air Leadership Model 6. Leadership Training in the IAF 7. Managing Future Space Capabilities 8. Demands on Future Aerospace Leaders 9. The Leadership Imperative in a Transforming Air Force 10. Ethics and Values in Military Leadership 11. On Command and Leadership Printed Pages: 228., KW Publishers, 2009

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[SR: 16792558], Hardcover, [EAN: 9788187966586], K W Publishers Pvt Ltd, K W Publishers Pvt Ltd, Book, [PU: K W Publishers Pvt Ltd], K W Publishers Pvt Ltd, A leader, military, political or in any other profession, is inevitably a lonely person, and yet a successful leader, especially in the military profession, must be a very sensitive person to be able to lead successfully through the motivation, dedication and loyalty of those he leads. In the military profession, of course, this acquires even greater salience since the profession, at one level, demands a willingness and readiness to make the supreme sacrifice, and, at another, involves victory or defeat of the country that nurtures its military power. According to an American saying, "There are three types of leaders: those who make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened!" This is why the military needs leaders of the first kind, and who can not only manage and motivate people, but also ideas and concepts for which they must acquire knowledge on a broad basis. Modern military power is highly technology oriented and even dominated by it. Current trends indicate that this will increase in future. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this will increase the premium on the quality of the man dealing with the machine at all levels. In the air forces, this would matter even more since "so much will depend on so few." We need strategists at all levels; and the chiefs of the armed forces of 2040 are already in active service. They would have to provide military professional advice to the political leadership at crucial times under enormous uncertainties where "actionable" intelligence would not be available, and their own knowledge and experience would have to guide them. To enable them to do so successfully, these officers would have to be given broad-based education and knowledge. Above all, successful military leadership would require very high standards of professional integrity as well as personal integrity - at all levels. This volume brings together eminent experts well versed in the theory and practice of leadership and the knowledge that needs to be available to them. The issues explored in this volume are equally applicable to other professions, especially in the corporate world., 2682, Leadership, 2675, Management & Leadership, 3, Business & Money, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 173515, Engineering, 226498, Aerospace, 13647, Automotive, 226506, Bioengineering, 227539, Chemical, 227541, Civil & Environmental, 227543, Computer Modelling, 8082404011, Construction, 52168011, Design, 227544, Electrical & Electronics, 52215011, Energy Production & Extraction, 227550, Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems, 107157011, Marine Engineering, 226704, Materials & Material Science, 13778, Mechanical, 226719, Military Technology, 13803, Reference, 13809, Telecommunications & Sensors, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 11093, International & World Politics, 10548, Arms Control, 1196144, Diplomacy, 3049231, Security, 271627011, Trades & Tariffs, 11099, Treaties, 5571266011, African, 5571267011, Asian, 5571268011, Australian & Oceanian, 5571269011, Canadian, 5571270011, Caribbean & Latin American, 5571271011, European, 5571272011, Middle Eastern, 5571273011, Russian & Former Soviet Union, 5571255011, Politics & Government, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 11109, General, 5571256011, Elections & Political Process, 5571255011, Politics & Government, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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KW Publishers, 2009. Softcover. New. A leader, military, political or in any other profession, is inevitably a lonely person, and yet a successful leader, especially in the military profession, must be a very sensitive person to be able to lead successfully through the motivation, dedication and loyalty of those he leads. In the military profession, of course, this acquires even greater salience since the profession, at one level, demands a willingness and readiness to make the supreme sacrifice, and, at another, involves victory or defeat of the country that nurtures its military power. According to an American saying, “There are three types of leaders: those who make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened!” This is why the military needs leaders of the first kind, and who can not only manage and motivate people, but also ideas and concepts for which they must acquire knowledge on a broad basis. Modern military power is highly technology oriented and even dominated by it. Current trends indicate that this will increase in future. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this will increase the premium on the quality of the man dealing with the machine at all levels. In the air forces, this would matter even more since “so much will depend on so few.” We need strategists at all levels; and the chiefs of the armed forces of 2040 are already in active service. They would have to provide military professional advice to the political leadership at crucial times under enormous uncertainties where “actionable” intelligence would not be available, and their own knowledge and experience would have to guide them. To enable them to do so successfully, these officers would have to be given broad-based education and knowledge. Above all, successful military leadership would require very high standards of professional integrity as well as personal integrity – at all levels. This volume brings together eminent experts well versed in the theory and practice of leadership and the knowledge that needs to be available to them. The issues explored in this volume are equally applicable to other professions, especially in the corporate world.Contents 1. Knowledge and Leadership 2. Nature of Aerospace Power in the Coming Decades 3. The Essence of Aerospace Power: What Leaders Need to Know 4. RMA and Emerging Aerospace Technologies 5. In Search of a Twenty-First Century Air Leadership Model 6. Leadership Training in the IAF 7. Managing Future Space Capabilities 8. Demands on Future Aerospace Leaders 9. The Leadership Imperative in a Transforming Air Force 10. Ethics and Values in Military Leadership 11. On Command and Leadership Printed Pages: 228., KW Publishers, 2009

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KW Publishers, 2009. Softcover. New. A leader, military, political or in any other profession, is inevitably a lonely person, and yet a successful leader, especially in the military profession, must be a very sensitive person to be able to lead successfully through the motivation, dedication and loyalty of those he leads. In the military profession, of course, this acquires even greater salience since the profession, at one level, demands a willingness and readiness to make the supreme sacrifice, and, at another, involves victory or defeat of the country that nurtures its military power. According to an American saying, “There are three types of leaders: those who make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened!” This is why the military needs leaders of the first kind, and who can not only manage and motivate people, but also ideas and concepts for which they must acquire knowledge on a broad basis. Modern military power is highly technology oriented and even dominated by it. Current trends indicate that this will increase in future. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this will increase the premium on the quality of the man dealing with the machine at all levels. In the air forces, this would matter even more since “so much will depend on so few.” We need strategists at all levels; and the chiefs of the armed forces of 2040 are already in active service. They would have to provide military professional advice to the political leadership at crucial times under enormous uncertainties where “actionable” intelligence would not be available, and their own knowledge and experience would have to guide them. To enable them to do so successfully, these officers would have to be given broad-based education and knowledge. Above all, successful military leadership would require very high standards of professional integrity as well as personal integrity – at all levels. This volume brings together eminent experts well versed in the theory and practice of leadership and the knowledge that needs to be available to them. The issues explored in this volume are equally applicable to other professions, especially in the corporate world.Contents 1. Knowledge and Leadership 2. Nature of Aerospace Power in the Coming Decades 3. The Essence of Aerospace Power: What Leaders Need to Know 4. RMA and Emerging Aerospace Technologies 5. In Search of a Twenty-First Century Air Leadership Model 6. Leadership Training in the IAF 7. Managing Future Space Capabilities 8. Demands on Future Aerospace Leaders 9. The Leadership Imperative in a Transforming Air Force 10. Ethics and Values in Military Leadership 11. On Command and Leadership Printed Pages: 228., KW Publishers, 2009

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A leader, military, political or in any other profession, is inevitably a lonely person, and yet a successful leader, especially in the military profession, must be a very sensitive person to be able to lead successfully through the motivation, dedication and loyalty of those he leads. In the military profession, of course, this acquires even greater salience since the profession, at one level, demands a willingness and readiness to make the supreme sacrifice, and, at another, involves victory or defeat of the country that nurtures its military power. According to an American saying, "There are three types of leaders: those who make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened!" This is why the military needs leaders of the first kind, and who can not only manage and motivate people, but also ideas and concepts for which they must acquire knowledge on a broad basis. Modern military power is highly technology oriented and even dominated by it. Current trends indicate that this will increase in future. Contrary to conventional wisdom, this will increase the premium on the quality of the man dealing with the machine at all levels. In the air forces, this would matter even more since "so much will depend on so few." We need strategists at all levels; and the chiefs of the armed forces of 2040 are already in active service. They would have to provide military professional advice to the political leadership at crucial times under enormous uncertainties where "actionable" intelligence would not be available, and their own knowledge and experience would have to guide them. To enable them to do so successfully, these officers would have to be given broad-based education and knowledge. Above all, successful military leadership would require very high standards of professional integrity as well as personal integrity - at all levels. This volume brings together eminent experts well versed in the theory and practice of leadership and the knowledge that needs to be available to them. The issues explored in this volume are equally applicable to other professions, especially in the corporate world.

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