Home » Posts tagged 'India'
Tag Archives: India
This study re-examines the relationship between export performance and productivity in manufacturing firms in India for the period 2003-2015, using firm level information. Departing from the earlier studies on India economy,
we argue that product innovations boost export performance of the economy. The hypothesis being that, in the post-economic-reforms era competitive export market scenario, productivity alone, without product innovation and participation in R and D cannot drive export performance. We observe that the argument of highly productive firms
entering the export market without reallocating resources towards innovation and R and D seems to be invalid in our sample. Nevertheless, we find in our sample, that productivity as a selection criterion coupled with advertising and marketing strategies explains participation in R and D in boosting exports.
Estimation of Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 Emission: Role of Renewable Energy Generation in India
Avik Sinha and Muhammad Shahbaz
Munich Personal RePEc Archive, December 2017
Hon’ble Finance Minister presented Union Budget 2018-19 in the Parliament on 01-February-2018
One size does not fit all: An analysis of the importance of industry-specific vertical policies for growing high technology industries in India
in India Development Report 2017, Edited by Mahendra Dev.
Oxford University Press.
[From the Introduction]
India, currently (c. 2015) is noe of the fastest growing countries in the world. But this growth is largely driven by its services sector. From around 2006 or so, country has been striving to industrialize through the manufacturing route as growth driven by the manufacturing sector has a long-lasting economic benefits.
Kailash Chandra Pradhan and Shrabani Mukherjee
MIDS WP 161, 2017
Oil Price–Migration Nexus in India
South Asia Research, Volume 38, Issue 1, February 2018
Given that India is globally the top recipient of migrant remittances and over 90 per cent of Indian worker emigration is to oil-producing nations in the Gulf region, such significant economic relations between the two regions raise concerns that decreasing oil prices may lead to serious negative economic impacts. This article attempts to understand the association between emigration and oil price, assuming that fluctuations in oil price will adversely affect the economic prosperity of oil-producing nations and thus the emigration prospects of a significant section of global migrant workers, including millions of South Asians. Examining the association between changes in oil price and emigration from India more specifically aims to ascertain whether there is a direct correlation, so that reasonable precautions may be made regarding the impact of oil price changes on South Asian worker migrant flows.
URL : http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0262728017745384
Courtesy -Sage Publications
Economic Survey 2017–18 reviews the developments in the Indian economy over the previous 12 months, summarizes the performance on major development programmes, and highlights the policy initiatives of the government and the prospects of the economy in the short to medium term. This document is presented to both houses of Parliament during the Budget Session. It provides detailed statistical data covering all aspects of the economy.
This document would be useful for policymakers, economists, policy analysts, business practitioners, government agencies, students, researchers, the media, and all those interested in the development in the Indian economy.
url – http://mofapp.nic.in:8080/economicsurvey/
courtesy – Ministry of Finance, India