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Changing Policy Regimes and Corporate Performance

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  • Pandit,

    (Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi;)

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The essays chronicle the sequence of reforms starting from deregulating measures in the mid-1980s to the economic reforms of the 1990s and the impact these regimes had on private corporate performance in India. The volume discusses factors such as FDI, new technology, competition, new markets, etc. that have led Indian industry to growth and suggests future policy measures to continue the growth momentum. The volume is divided into three distinct parts: 1. pre- and post-reform corporate performance; 2. reforms and foreign financial flows (FDI etc.); and 3. impact of reforms and the issues in perspective.

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  • Pandit,, 2009. "Changing Policy Regimes and Corporate Performance," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780195699401.
  • Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780195699401
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    1. Pankaj Vashisht, 2015. "Creating Manufacturing Jobs in India: Has Openness to Trade Really Helped?," Working Papers id:7126, eSocialSciences.

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