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Total Factor Productivity in Indian Electronic Sector after Liberalisation: Sources and Outcomes

Majumdar, Rumki and Subrahmanya, Bala (2006) Total Factor Productivity in Indian Electronic Sector after Liberalisation: Sources and Outcomes. In: Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference 2006 held at Seoul National University, 17-19 August 2006, Seoul, Korea.

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Abstract

This paper analyses the efficiency and productivity growth of the Electronic Sector of India in the liberalization era since 1991. The study gives an insight into the process of the growth of one of the most upcoming sector of this decade. This sector has experienced a vast structural change along with the changing economic structures in India after liberalisation. With the opening up of this sector to foreign market and incoming of multinational companies, the environment has become highly competitive. The law that operates is that of Darwin’s ‘Survival of the fittest’. Existing industries experience a continuous threat of exit due to entrance of new potential entrants. Thus, it becomes inevitable for the existing industries in this sector to improve productivity growth for their survival. It is thus important to analyze how the industries in this sector have performed over the years and what are the factors that have contributed to the overall output growth.

Item Type: Conference Paper
Department/Centre: Division of Information Sciences > Management Studies
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2011 06:49
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2011 07:06
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/id/eprint/42359

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