5 edition of International competitiveness and knowledge-based industries in India found in the catalog.
International competitiveness and knowledge-based industries in India
by Oxford Univ. Press in association with Research and Information System for Developing Countries in New Delhi, New York
Written in English
Contributed articles with reference to electronics, pharmaceutical, chemical, automotive, and non-electrical machinery industries of India.
|Other titles||International competitiveness and knowledge-based industries, International competitiveness & knowledge-based industries in India|
|Statement||edited by Nagesh Kumar, K.J. Joseph.|
|Contributions||Kumar, Nagesh, 1958-, Joseph, K. J., 1961-, Research and Information System for the Non-aligned and Other Developing Countries.|
|LC Classifications||HD9736.A3-ZI.x2 (H18)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 349 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||349|
|LC Control Number||2007394973|
This multitude of publications about the international competitiveness of nations contrasts with the uncertainty about its exact meaning and the lack of its theoretical foundation, so that the aim to strengthen a nation’s international competitiveness could be misused as a justification for diverse political and legislative aims and projects. His recent books include: Asia's New Regionalism and Global Role (Singapore: ISEAS, ); International Competitiveness and Knowledge-based Industries in India (Oxford University Press, ); India-ASEAN Economic Relations: Meeting the Challenges of Globalization (Singapore: ISEAS, ); Towards an Asian Economic Community: Vision of a New.
For that, they may need higher flexibility in their governance systems. This paper explores the relationship between flexibility in corporate governance (CG) mechanisms and international competitiveness (IC) in two knowledge-based industries in India Cited by: Haldar A., Rao, Nageswara S.V.D., Momaya K., “Corporate Governance and International Competitiveness: Findings from case of select industries in India,” Proc. of Fourteenth Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management, Glogift 14 & the 7th ICCB Symposium, Singapore, ISBN , p.
For over 30 years, the IMD World Competitiveness Center has been committed to understanding and reporting on how countries compete on a global scale. In the highly interconnected and rapidly changing world, economies are affected by issues ranging from reservations over globalization to skepticism over automation, from the challenge of sustainability to that of . The Cost Competitiveness of Manufacturing in China and India: An Industry and Regional Perspective Bart Van Ark, Abdul Azeez Erumban, Vivian Chen and Utsav Kumar* 1. Introduction The large changes in the growth dynamics of the economies of China and India during the past two decades have led to a flood of literature on the competitiveness of.
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International competitiveness and knowledge-based industries in India Author: Nagesh Kumar ; K J Joseph ; Research and Information System for Developing Countries. Using India as a case study, this well-written, concise book covers everything one needs to know to understand how a country becomes internationally competitive.
Showing that reforms that pertain to the real sector alone, such as industrial deregulation and trade reforms, are not enough to enhance a country's competitiveness, this book makes a compelling case for Cited by: 5. About the Author. Marcela Miozzo is Reader in Innovation Studies at Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, UK.
Her teaching and research activities are the innovation and the internationalization of services; technological and organisational changes in the construction sector; and technological capabilities Cited by: This paper explores the relationship between flexibility in corporate governance (CG) mechanisms and international competitiveness (IC) in two knowledge-based industries in India.
international competitiveness and knowledge-based industries in india - Bucuria Lecturii - Comandă online. - Produs Cadou. This project explores the relationship between flexibility in corporate governance (CG) mechanisms and international competitiveness (IC) in two knowledge-based industries in India during the.
This paper explores the relationship between flexibility in corporate governance (CG) mechanisms and international competitiveness (IC) in two knowledge-based industries in India during the period from to Using multiple regression model, the results suggest that flexibility in CG significantly affects by: International competitiveness, socio-economic development and growth in India According to the World Economic Forum, India is an economy in the first stage of development, one based on production factors (GDP / capita below $ ).Author: Irina-Elena Gentimir, Răzvan-Alexandru Gentimir.
Institute for Competitiveness, India is an international initiative centered in India, dedicated to enlarging and purposeful disseminating of the body of research and knowledge on competition and strategy, as pioneered over the last 25 years by Professor Michael Porter of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School.
Hence it is important that the industry equip itself to meet the import competition and enhance its export competitiveness.
Against this background the present paper analyzed performance (both export and production) of electronics industry and comes out with the broad contours of a strategic approach towards promoting the international competitiveness of Indias electronics industry.
This inter-disciplinary book offers an in-depth understanding of the behaviour of firms in these industries, analysing the strategies they adopt in a globally competitive environment, the role they have played in ushering in the growth revolution in China and India, and the contribution they have made to the nature and growth of employment.
In the global knowledge economy of the twenty-first century, India’s development policy challenges will require it to use knowledge more effectively to raise the productivity of agriculture, industry, and services and reduce poverty. India has made tremendous strides in its economic and social development in the past two decades.
Firms play a key role in growth of India, and there is a need to enhance their competitiveness significantly. For that, they may need higher flexibility in their governance systems. This paper explores the relationship between flexibility in corporate governance (CG) mechanisms and international competitiveness (IC) in two knowledge-based industries in India Cited by: International Competitiveness in Knowledge Based Industries: Non-electrical Machinery Industry M.
Padma Suresh RIS-DP # 81/ September Core IV-B, Fourth Floor, India Habitat Centre Lodhi Road, New Delhi – (India) Tel: + /; Fax: + /74 Email: [email protected] Brain circulation, diaspora, and international competitiveness.
Summary. Drawing upon findings of several studies, this paper examines the interrelationships between brain circulation or “triangular human talent flow”, ethnic diasporas (specifically, the Chinese and Indian diasporas), and a country’s international by: This paper provides an analytical abstract of various parameters of manufacturing competitiveness of the Indian economy.
India's manufacturing exports have risen impressively in the past decade or so and found to be directly linked to the world GDP and inversely related to real effective exchange rate (REER). Indian manufacturing industries have certain inherent.
The goal of IJGBC is to publish insightful and impactful research on competitiveness and international business (IB). Competitiveness relates to providing context, concepts, strategy and execution to help firms become more conscientious, ethical and flexible while enhancing value creation and competing systematically towards higher stages of.
international competitiveness in different sectors are interpreted (Bloch & Kenyon, ) . Miozzo & Walsh () shed light on the concept of international competitiveness with the perspective of technology in their book called “International Competitiveness and Technological Change”.File Size: KB.
Steps for Attaining Competitiveness Growing Trend of acquiring Foreign Companies. Competitiveness is mainly attained by India in sectors like: IT & ITES, Pharmaceuticals, Textile eg- SWITCH companies and Pharma gaints like Ranbaxy,Piramal etc. Competitiveness is yet to be attained in major.
Technology, Globalization, and International Competitiveness 35 Asian developing countries can be appreciated better when GDP is convert-ed using PPP exchange rates as in Figure 3b. ICAL – VISION AND ROLES OF THE FUTURE ACADEMIC LIBRARIES Abstract Knowledge is increasingly important as a source of wealth at all levels of an economy.
Most new jobs and wealth creation are fuelled by the international competitiveness of new knowledge-based industries. In fact, knowledge may soon be the only source of competitive.1 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS: GOVERNMENT POLICY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETITIVE INDUSTRIES Barry Anthony Ishmael* * Barry Anthony Ishmael, Ph.D., is an Attorney at law.
His main research interests are in the area of Competitive Advantage and PolicyFile Size: KB.Deloitte's latest competitiveness report aims to examine India’s economic and demographic factors, along with the role government and policy makers play in driving the country’s “next wave” of sustainable growth.