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By Sengupta Jati K. Neogi Chiranjib

This book examines India’s new financial system -- its strengths, weaknesses and power. The e-book covers 3 key components of development in India's economic system -- the IT (information expertise) zone, export exchange (with its externality results) and the monetary quarter (in specific, banking reforms).

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The success of the Japanese automakers in the US market amply demonstrates the value of this insight. Finally, the degree of substitutability of old and new technologies (or processes) must be carefully analyzed in the various product-based R&D investments so that a smooth transition can be attempted from the old to the new. This applies to all those branches of manufacturing and skill-intensive services that have to compete in the world market today. 1) For a given level of technology represented by A this production function exhibits constant returns to scale in the two inputs K and LY .

New entries), others, such as textiles, leather goods and wooden and professional services, comprise a large population of small firms, where new entries and exits occur very frequently. Models of entry and market evolution attempt to explain why firms and industries grow or decline. The empirical experiences of the industrial countries offer important lessons for India. Some useful empirical models may be discussed in this connection. One is the study of the manufacturing sector in the UK for 1980–90 by Lansbury and Mayes (1996), who noted that the competitive process involves not just the development of existing firms but new entrants who challenge the incumbents.

Second, both industrial growth rates and investment margin have positive effects. Third, only median firm size (a proxy for scale economies) has a positive effect on market turbulence among the incumbent firms and the Herfindahl index (concentration in the industry) has a significant negative impact on entry rates. This implies that higher concentration tends to reduce the entry of new firms in the industry. van Dijk has also discussed the role of technological competitiveness of a firm or industry in inducing or deterring entry.

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