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Implications of shifting trends and patterns in India’s oil exports

Sharmila Kantha outlines why the high share of petroleum products in India's exports is a concern – particularly considering the declining trend in India's oil and gas production and fluctuating glo...

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How tradable services can aid the jobs challenge in India

Although the rising demand for services has led to its increased contribution to employment in many developing countries and globally, India's growth in services has not translated into a proportionat...

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Has the export-oriented manufacturing model reached its sell-by date for India?

As India faces the challenge of creating millions of well-paying jobs for its rapidly growing working-age population, Devashish Mitra analyses which sectors and what strategies can provide these good ...

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Exports, global production sharing, and job creation in India

Is it in the interest of a country to promote strong local linkages for its domestic industries or to participate in global production sharing activities wherein linkages are globally dispersed? This ...

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What explains India’s poor performance in garment exports?

India has been losing its share of the world garment trade over time – it went down from 6% in 2013 to 3.5% in 2016. This article examines the Indian garment industry based on a survey of garment ma...

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The new globalisation and income inequality

Trade in intermediates (or ‘unbundling of production') and trade in capital have become increasingly important in last 25 years. This article shows that trade in intermediates generates a reallocati...

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How operational efficiency of India's ports impacts its manufacturing exports

The average turnaround time of Indian ports has come down significantly since 2010, indicating improvement in their operational efficiency. However, it still is more than two times the level in some o...

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Trade agreements and their impact on India’s apparel exports

Slow progress of the Doha Round of WTO negotiations has led to a proliferation of regional and bilateral trade agreements, and consequent increase in trade among their members. While India continues t...

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Tapping export destinations for growth

TThe trade environment today is becoming increasingly murky and stormy, despite a strengthening global economy. India’s position – never very remarkable – is being further battered, and its emba...

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Trade rules in e-commerce: Opportunities and concerns for India

India, which is among the fastest growing markets for e-commerce in the world, submitted a formal document to the WTO in December 2017 opposing any negotiations on trade in the sector. In this post, M...

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The Study of the Food Processing Industry in Bihar

The aim of the project is to understand the driving force for industrial development in the food processing sector in Bihar. The findings of the study revealed that development in food processing in B...

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Foreign market access and competition in India's textile and clothing industries: Impacts on firms and workers

This project aims to estimate the effects of foreign market access and export competition on plants and workers in the textiles and clothing industries in India.

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One Nation, Many Worlds: Varieties of Developmental Regimes in India

The project developed a theory on developmental regimes through a systematic examination of the variation in policy priorities across Indian states. The findings from the project suggest that two fact...

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Industrial Agglomeration and (the Lack of) Competition

This project's objective is to use theoretically-motivated empirics to examine the relationship between market power and industrial agglomeration/clusters in order to better evaluate the impacts of de...

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Should the rupee trade with Russia be revived?

The issue of revival of the bilateral rupee-denominated trade between India and Russia is back on the table after a break of over 20 years. This column contends that while there is justification for I...

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National Institute of Public Finance and Policy

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University of Navarra (Spain)

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Confederation of Indian Industry

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Foundation for Economic Development

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What explains India’s poor performance in garment exports?

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