Course - M. Sc International Business
Research Topic: India and China: Emerging powers of 21st century Objectives -
In order to analyse and evaluate Indian and Chinese economies, which makes them the most emerging and powerful nations, the following will be the fundamental objectives of the study. * To understand the economic strategies adopted by both the nations to accelerate economic growth * To evaluate various market trends and special characteristics of both the economies * Analyse performance of both the countries on the basis of FDI and International Trade * Identify the factors which influence, attract and affect other nations * To explore the opportunities ahead for both the nations Literature Review
Nandita Malik “China will be the world largest economy” [Online] available from <http://business.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/apr/22/slide-show-1-china-will-be-the-worlds-largest-economy.htm> [22 April 2010] Theotonio dos Santos.(13 December 2010) “Globalization, Emerging powers and the Future of Capitalism” [Online] available from <http://lap.sagepub.com/content/38/2/45.full.pdf+html> Oliverstuenkel “Are emerging powers ready to assume responsibility? “ [Online] available from <http://postwesternworld.wordpress.com/2010/10/15/are-emerging-powers-ready-to-assume-responsibility/> [15 October 2010] Data Collection
All information related to the economy of both the nations will be identified by critically reviewing: a) Business Journals and periodicals
* Learning from Economic experiments in China and India (Academy of management perspective, May 2009) * India and China: Conflict and Co operation (February 2010) * Emerging economies and global financial crises: Evidence from India and China (March 2011) * How will the growth in India and China affect the world Economy? b) Books and Reviews
* The Dragon and the Elephant: China, India and the new world Order, by David...