Globalisation of technology - Singapore Springer 2018 - ix, 283 p. - India studies in business and economics .

Table of contents

1. Introduction to the Volume
Siddharthan, N. S. (et al.)

2. Pull Factors of FDI: A Cross-Country Analysis of Advanced and Developing Countries
Roy, Indrajit (et al.)

3. India in the International Production Network: The Role of Outward FDI
Das, Khanindra Ch.

4. Foreign Direct Investment and Business Cycle Co-movement: Evidence from Asian Countries
Patnaik, Unmesh (et al.)

5. Firm Capabilities and Productivity Spillovers from FDI: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Firms
Mondal, Sanghita (et al.)

6. FDI, Technology Imports and R&D in Indian Manufacturing: Revisited
Ghosh, Maitri (et al.)

7. Innovation and Patent Protection: A Multicountry Study on the Determinants of R&D Offshoring
Valacchi, Giulia

8. Innovation–Consolidation Nexus: Evidence from India’s Manufacturing Sector
Saraswathy, Beena

9. Impact of R&D Spillovers on Firm-Level R&D Intensity: Panel Data Evidence from Electronics Goods Sector in India
Shukla, Richa

10. Is Intra-industry Trade Gainful? Evidence from Manufacturing Industries of India
Bagchi, Sagnik

11. What Makes Enterprises in Auto Component Industry Perform? Emerging Role of Labour, Information Technology, and Knowledge Management
Bino Paul, G. D. (et al.)

This book examines the globalisation of technology and innovation in the modern world. Enterprises globalise in several ways, e.g. by exporting, sourcing components and materials from other countries (B2B commerce), outsourcing, licensing their technologies and production, and foreign direct investments (FDI). Transaction costs and location advantages play a crucial role in selecting the best mode of globalisation. A number of important questions – like what are the pull and push factors contributing to FDI, does outward FDI from a developing country like India contribute to participation in international production networks, and does FDI mitigate business cycle co-movements – keep cropping up in the growing body of knowledge on the globalisation of technology. This book addresses these issues, as well as the consequences of FDI – in particular, with regard to technology, productivity, and R&D spillovers. Issues related to innovations, R&D, intra-industry trade, and knowledge management are also discussed.



Investments - India
Technological innovations
Economic aspects - India
Economic development
Business and economics
Operations Management

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