India and Its Role in International Business: The Sleeping Giant Is Still Waking from Its Overregulated Past

Updated Title August 29, 2020 - See: What Is Socialism? Why I Changed the Subtitle of My Previous Post THE FOLLOWING IS AN INTRODUCTION TO A NARRATED SLIDE PRESENTATION AT THE RECENT ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT MEETING © 2020, Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School Note: To see the PowerPoint slides and also listen to the … Continue reading India and Its Role in International Business: The Sleeping Giant Is Still Waking from Its Overregulated Past

India Jumps 30 Places Higher in World Bank Rankings: Update on “Thousands of Hindu Gods – Made in China”

© 2017, Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School This is an update to my September 7, 2017 post, in which I described seven reasons why India’s manufacturing competitiveness still lags behind China’s — but also how the Modi government is taking steps to alleviate the bottlenecks. (See reader comments in the original post.) Click for PDF of … Continue reading India Jumps 30 Places Higher in World Bank Rankings: Update on “Thousands of Hindu Gods – Made in China”

Thousands of Hindu Gods – Made in China: Seven Bottlenecks to Indian Manufacturing

NOTE: THIS POST WAS UPDATED ON NOVEMBER 13, 2017. A version of the original post also appeared as an article on YaleGlobal Online October 24, 2017 as  Made in China: Millions of Hindu Gods. An embarrassing tale about India’s manufacturing competitiveness. But there is hope. © 2017, Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School Images of Deities … Continue reading Thousands of Hindu Gods – Made in China: Seven Bottlenecks to Indian Manufacturing