Determinants of FII Inflows:India
AbstractThis paper attempts to identify the important determinants of foreign institutional investments (FII) into India. The issue is extremely important for contemporary policy making since managing the large foreign inflows into India in recent times has come to haunt both the RBI and the Government. It is hoped the insight offered by this paper will help us identify the important determinants of FII inflows into India, the knowledge of which can be used to construct suitable policies to manage the problem of large foreign inflows into our economy.
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Date of creation: Feb 2008
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fii; inflows; capital; india; determinants;
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