Research Paper On Low Cost Housing In India

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  • Marketing Issues for Stores Competing with Discount Stores

    Companies in just about all industries are facing stiff competition from similar stores that offer items at a much lower cost. For instance, two low-cost grocery stores have opened in the United Kingdom and other places and are hurting revenues for stores like Tesco. This essay focuses on different marketing issues, such as the marketing mix, corporate structure, the differences between low-cost and mainstream stores. The essay concludes with two recommendations for Tesco. There are three sources used in this eight page paper.

  • Soft Drink Industry Importance of PepsiCo

    In eleven pages this paper assesses PepsiCo's position in the soft drink industry with the uses of various strategic models including the Five Forces of competition and also discusses best cost provider, focused differentiation, focused low cost, broad differentiation, and low cost leadership. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Housing Availability for Older People

    There is not enough affordable housing for independently living senior or for seniors who need some assistance. The federal recommended ratio for income versus housing costs is 30 percent but many seniors are spending more than half their income on housing. This essay reports the data regarding the soaring population of Americans 65 and older and the amount they are spending on housing costs. The paper leads up to strategies for developing a policy to deal with this need. The GAP analysis phases are used. There are seven sources used in this three page paper.

  • The LA Housing Market and Accelerating Decisions

    In a paper consisting of twenty four pages the demographic changes in the Los Angeles housing market along with implications of delays in administrative project management as they relate to project costs are discussed as the median new house price balloons to more than $200,000 which is far more than average working class and middle class families can afford. 'Big Dig' in Boston is cited as an example of total cost administrative delay consequences. There are nineteen bibliographic sources cited.

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