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Doing Business in India

Doing Business in India (Hardback)

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The aim of this book is to analyze the nature of European and North American firms' business experience in India with a particular emphasis on understanding the causes of their successes and failure. Part of this is due to the fact that although India resembles the West in some ways, the institutional environment is radically different from that of Euro-American societies. Differences in culture, politics, the economy, and business structure all make it difficult for a Western manager to act accordingly. This book strives to offer Western managers the knowledge they will need to succeed in business in India.

BusinessBusiness & managementInternational businessBusinessEconomicsInternational economicsInternational trade Publisher: Palgrave USA Publication Date: 12/10/2005 ISBN-13: 9781403967527  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Rajesh Kumar is an associate professor of International Business Strategy at the University of Nottingham. His expertise lies in International Management, Managing Strategic Partnerships, and Cross Cultural Negotiations. He has written extensively on India and is the author of another book International Negotiations in China and India: A comparison of the emerging giants (2011). Anand Sethi is an independent consultant based in Delhi who has extensive experience in assisting foreign companies establish operations in India. He is currently an advisor to Finnfund where he works closely with Finnish companies seeking to enter the Indian market. His exposure to both the Indian ground reality and Western business practices has been invaluable for foreign companies seeking to enter India.

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