Foreign Direct Investment: The Indian Experience
This research based book offers insight into the changing perspectives regarding FDI from traditional theory to new theory, from local to global link, and from opportunity to responsibility. Readers will understand the various factors, determinants, and theories that underpin the presence of firms in the global economy.
The author illustrates, by way of case studies, specific implications of FDI policy and practice on issues like ecology and environment, technology transfer, labor market, and the relevance of further liberalization policies in FDI in the context of Indian economy. The coverage for such an important theme is too vast to cover in a single volume; therefore, this volume restricts its analysis to a select few themes in hopes that this endeavor will trigger an ongoing debate on myriad aspects and concerns of FDI in countries like India.