An export promotion model for India: Implications for public policy

Posted On September 27, 2015
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by Naidu, G.M., S.Tamer Cavusgil, B.Kinnera Murthy, Mitrabarun Sarkar
International Business Review 6, no. 2 (1997): 113–125

Abstract
India’s export position has steadily deteriorated over the years since her independence. In spite of a huge bureaucracy to facilitate exports, the effects have been dismal. However, the 1991 reforms signal a change from an inward oriented, import-substitution paradigm to one that is outward oriented. However, there is much to be learnt from the experiences of other countries that have adopted an outward-oriented perspective in their export drive. Drawing on existing knowledge, this paper develops a export promotion framework that could be useful to Indian policy makers.

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