Indian Software Industry: Distortions and Consolidations of Gains
The Indian software industry is at the bottom of knowledge hierarchy, where the bottom is highly segmented. The political process that successfully thwarted the automation of Indian manufacturing sector has caused an irreparable damage to the global competitiveness and has to be reversed to capitalise on the gains of the software industry across the whole economy. [WP No. 04/2008].
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