India's IT Export Boom: Challenges Ahead
Given the manifold ways, in which the information technology could contribute to human welfare, the developing countries have invested in Information Technology (IT) as a short cut to prosperity. India too has not been left much behind in this bandwagon and series of initiatives were made by the government to promote the IT sector in India. These efforts seem to have paid rich dividend in terms of IT sector emerging as one of the vibrant components in Indiaâ€™s export basket. Moreover India has been able to establish credibility in the international IT markets. [Working Paper No. 317]
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- Ashish Arora & Jai Asundi, 1999. "Quality Certification and the Economics of Contract Software Development A Study of the Indian Software Industry," NBER Working Papers 7260, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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