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Doing Business In India
Doing Business In India

Doing Business In India

by V Padmanand

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English

Publisher

Sage Publications

ISBN

0761993525 - Year: 2000 - Pages: 269

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Paperback

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Author: V Padmanand
P C Jain/
Publisher: Sage Publications
Year: 2000
Language: English
Pages: 269
ISBN/UPC (if available): 0761993525

Description

An excellent guide for entrepreneurs who want to set up businesses in India, especially non-resident Indians who wish to return to the country.

In this insightful book, authors explore the complexities of how entrepreneurs perceive opportunities in this 'imperfect ' marketplace, why they take risks, what skills and competencies enable them to survive, the various problems they are confronted with, and what drives them to take up new challenges.

Divided into four parts, the book first introduces the reader to the Indian industrial environment and highlights its attractiveness in spite of its imperfections. Parts two and three present case studies of 'returned' non-resident Indian, emphasizing the problems they had to confront as also the means they adopted to prevail and thrive. The concluding part summarizes the experiences of all the players in the Indian market place - be they Indians, foreign companies or returned non-resident Indians - and draws useful lessons for new entrepreneurs.

Written in an extremely readable and narrative style, this absorbing book will be of immense interest to both existing and aspiring entrepreneurs.

THE AUTHORS:

V Padmanand, an economist and management professional, is currently on the Faculty of the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad.

P C Jain has been a senior faculty at the EDII, Ahmedabad, and specializes in business polity and strategic management. He is presently associated with the Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi.

Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements

PART ONE
CHAPTER I
A Snapshot of A Third-World Industrial 'Superpower'

CHAPTER II
Global Players Eye the Market of the Next Millennium

CHAPTER III
Non-Resident Indians and their Demands

CHAPTER IV
Indians Who Believe in themselves and in Breaking even

CHAPTER V
The Non-Starters

PART TWO

CHAPTER VI
The Patriotic NRI and other Fables : One for the Policy Maker

CHAPTER VII
Free-Wheeling on the Dilemma of the Nostalgic NRI, and an end to contradiction

PART THREE

CHAPTER VIII
Never Say Dieà.In the Bad Old Days

CHAPTER IX
Trouble with Reform!

CHAPTER X
Institutional Incentives Vs. Business Sense

CHAPTER XI
the Indian Business Environment : Phenomenal Potential for Exponential Growthà.With the right strategy!

CHAPTER XII
Entrepreneurial Roots

CHAPTER XIII
A 'Safe' entry stratagem

CHAPTER XIV
RNRI Proposed by NRIs

CHAPTER XV
The Lucre of Business

CHAPTER XVI
Starting Crises

CHAPTER XVII
Back to One's Hearth

CHAPTER XVIII
Innovation is the name of the game

CHAPTER XIX
Business in India : A Piece of Cake for the Second-Generation Entrepreneur

CHAPTER XX
Business in the Blood

CHAPTER XXI
Service, to Avoid Bureaucracy and Reduce Financial Risk

PART FOUR

CHAPTER XXII
Monitoring Recession, Proactive Reactions and Self-Check Mechanisms

CHAPTER XXIII
Enough of Gamesà.It is War between And within Scales

CHAPTER XXIV
Those with a never-say-die attitude

CHAPTER XXV
Doing Business in India : A Corollary to the 'Return to India' Decision

CHAPTER XXVI
The 'HOW' Question of Opportunity Identification

CHAPTER XXVII
The 'How' Question of Market Entry

CHAPTER XXVIII
A Comedy of Errors and the Tragedy of the Environment!

CHAPTER XXIX
RNRI Entrepreneurship in a Nutshell : Hard Ones CrackàBusiness!

CHAPTER XXX
The 'HOW' Question of doing business in India

CHAPTER XXXI
Policy and RNRI Entrepreneurship

References
Index
About the Author

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