The Indian Software Industry: Business Strategy and Dynamic Co-ordination

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Palgrave Macmillan UK, Apr 30, 2004 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
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The Indian software industry has rapidly grown over the past decade, most of this growth has been derived from exports to the US market. This book deals with business models, particularly as the way that the software model in India has evolved is unique. It focuses on manpower resources in the software industry and knowledge diffusion through job switching and how this impacts on business strategy. The book uses primary data obtained through interviews and surveys including input from company managers.

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Parthasarathi Banerjee has been involved in research on business policy, innovation, and science and technology policy and related areas for the last two and a half decades, and has been working with National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), New Delhi, where he is currently the Director. He has published eight books and several journal/book papers; his latest book was on biomedical innovation.

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