Posted: 19.12.2015
 
Abstract Jainism is one of the oldest religious traditions of India. It preaches and practices the work ethics to achieve one's objectives, be they to attain liberation or to be happy in worldly affairs and simultaneously first and then assist others (Live and help live or parasprograha jivanama). The focus is on attaining excellence (knowledge and bliss) at individual level so that one can attain the state of...
Posted: 10.12.2012
 
Conference ► Ethics Is Good Business PHD House, New Delhi, 1.10.2005 Organised by: PHD Chambers Of Commerce and Industry Achary Mahaprajna Conference Video
Posted: 31.10.2012
By Prof. Peter Pruzan
1. Introduction There is an apparent inconsistency in the way that most people - including social scientists and philosophers - refer to the competencies and capacities of collectivity of purposeful individuals, what I will refer to in the sequel as organisations . On the one hand, within the field of management parlance, it is common to speak of an organisation's visions, goals and responsibilities. These are...
Posted: 01.09.2012
 
Introduction - Present Economic Systems In last two centuries we have practiced and experienced the different models of capitalist economics, social economics, mixed economics, neo-classical or liberal economics in different forms at different places and different times, but rather than solving the problems of the people and meeting their desires and expectations they have created more problems. The discontent...
Posted: 01.09.2012
 
7th International Seminar on “Role of Relative Economics for Balanced & Sustainable Development with special Reference to Individual Consumption ” (Relative Economics - An Innovative thought of Acharya Shri Mahapragya ) Pious Presence of H.H Acharya Shri Mahashraman On 17-18 November,2012 At JASOL (Rajasthan) (Jodhpur-Nakoda highway,7 km before Nakodaji Temple) Organized by: International Research Institute...
Posted: 02.12.2010
By Prof. S. Shyam Prasad
Non-Possessiveness and Ethical Business Paper presented in the National Seminar on Application of Non-possession in Jainism held at JVBU, Ladnun, Rajasthan on 27-29, November, 2010 ABSTRACT There is a general perception that the business and the ethics do not go together and that business should adopt any means to flourish. This paper argues that this is far from the truth. Ethical businesses perform as good if...
Posted: 15.10.2009
 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) 2009 Global Hunger Index The Challenge of Hunger: Focus on Financial Crisis and Gender Inequality The Global Hunger Index (GHI) shows that worldwide progress in reducing hunger remains slow. The 2009 global GHI has fallen by only one quarter from the 1990 GHI. Southeast Asia, the Near East and North Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean have reduced...
Posted: 14.10.2009
By Prof. Dr. Sohan Raj Tater
ECONOMICS OF HUMAN LIFE SPAN A fundamental question concerning aging is whether the life spans of organisms evolve, and if so, what forces govern their evolution. In this article I argue that life spans do evolve and present a general theory of life spans, with a particular focus on humans. I employ a qualitative definition of life span: the amount of time between birth and the age at which the likelihood of...
Posted: 09.10.2009
By Prof. Dr. Sohan Raj Tater
CONCEPT OF NON-VIOLENCE Non-violence is a precious principle of Jainism. It is inter-related with Anekantvad to all lives. It teaches us reverence for all lives including our own soul. If may be either in our daily life, or in business or in behavior towards others with equal wavelength of our mind, speech and body. It keeps our temperament cool and calm. It provides satisfaction in life, no jealousy, no anger,...
Posted: 20.06.2009
 
One sixth of humanity undernourished - more than ever before The faces behind the numbers. 19 June 2009, Rome World hunger is projected to reach a historic high in 2009 with 1 020 million people going hungry every day, according to new estimates published by FAO today. The most recent increase in hunger is not the consequence of poor global harvests but is caused by the world economic crisis that has resulted...

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