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“…In that regard, the survey cum interview method adopted by Pandya and Joshi (2015) revealed that respondents really value concrete direct incentives along with other basic benefits and not a range of miscellaneous incentives. This also confirms with the findings of Jani et al 2015, Yusuph and O Youze (2014), and IFC Team (2008) while research by Ramarao (2012) and Pal (2013) emphasized more on other basic benefits given to MSMEs.…”
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“…In that regard, the survey cum interview method adopted by Pandya and Joshi (2015) revealed that respondents really value concrete direct incentives along with other basic benefits and not a range of miscellaneous incentives. This also confirms with the findings of Jani et al 2015, Yusuph and O Youze (2014), and IFC Team (2008) while research by Ramarao (2012) and Pal (2013) emphasized more on other basic benefits given to MSMEs.…”
Section: Study Bysupporting
“…The more prudent strategy is required with channelized efforts for the parallel growth for industry as well as services and it is required as a proven path during transition from developing to developed economy. The solution of this lies in the development and nurturing of industries and especially micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) as they have remained as the backbone of many economies such as China, Korea, Japan, Italy and many more (Ramarao, 2012).…”
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“…Also, it studied the effect of the number of earlier extensions of a brand, the impact of quality differences across the brand portfolio, and impacts of product category fit and brand image fit. Ramarao (2012) emphasized that the Indian economy is presently going through a transition stage where it is attempting to jump directly from agriculture to service sector, instead of progressing through a stable intermediate stage of development of the manufacturing sector. The author suggests development through growth of manufacturing and supported his proposition with the economic success stories like US, Japan, Germany, Taiwan and Korea.…”
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“…Tingkat kebutuhan individu berbedabeda, maka pandangan terhadap daerah asal dari individu berbeda-beda pada masyarakat tersebut, sehingga setiap individu dalam mengambil keputusan untuk melakukan mobilitas akan berbeda pula (Mantra, 1992). Menurut Simmons (1986), seperti dikutip Keban (1994) Transformasi struktur ketenagakerjaan yang unbalance merupakan penyangga dari sektor informal (Ramarao, 2015). Cara pandang masyarakat terhadap sektor informal mulai berubah ketika sektor informal bisa memberikan kontribusi yang berarti, baik dalam kapasitas outputnya maupun penyangga tenaga kerja (Lokhande, 2011).…”
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