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Structure of 'Interdependence' in Indian Industry: Electrical Equipment Industry: A Case Study
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 12, No. 44 (Oct. 29, 1977), pp. 1857-1859+1861-1865
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4366060
Page Count: 8
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This paper seeks to delineate the structure of interdependence among the Government of India, Indian private enterprise and foreign collaboration in the electrical equipment industry. Most studies of foreign collaboration in India have been based on a quantitative approach. This paper tries instead to answer the question: "In what way, through the process of foreign collaboration, are the various interests acting in Indian industry, depending on one another, trying to bring about a viable situation?"
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