This case uses multiple reports to China and India to compare and it encourages students to analyze the long list of public policy that have held back India’s economic growth and foreign direct investment, and have acted as barriers for liberalization reforms. Presents the historical realities that supports India’s political philosophy of self-sufficiency and government intervention. Finally, the case leads students to consider the future prospects for India and potential foreign investors there, through the collaboration … Read more »

This case uses multiple reports to China and India to compare and it encourages students to analyze the long list of public policy that have held back India’s economic growth and foreign direct investment, and have acted as barriers to liberalization reforms. Presents the historical realities that supports India’s political philosophy of self-sufficiency and government intervention. Finally, the case leads students to consider the future prospects for India and potential foreign investors there, by comparisons with China.
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David W. Conklin,
Danielle Cadieux
Source: Ivey Publishing
15 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 29,, 2006. Prod #: 906M82-PDF-ENG
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