FDI Outflows from India: An Examination of the Underlying Economics, Policies and their Impacts

Published By: IIM-A on eSS | Published Date: March, 24 , 2010

This paper discusses the trends in India's outward FDI over the last decade and then attempts to identify the driving factors for the same. The aim is to provide policy makers with insights regarding levers which would help in encouraging FDI outflows and to stimulate further research in foreign investment from emerging economies. The analysis is based on 287 instances of foreign investment from India by top Indian companies across 17 sectors. The paper draws on the "eclectic" paradigm to study the impact of ownership, location and internalization variables on India's foreign investment. A sector wise analysis of mode of entry, intent of entry and geographic concentration has been performed. At an aggregate level, it has been found that acquisitions have been the predominant mode of entry for Indian firms investing abroad and seeking new markets the primary intent of investment. [W.P. No. 2010-03-01]

Author(s): Sebastian Morris, Ravi Subramanian, Charu Sachdeva | Posted on: Nov 24, 2010 | Views(671) | Download (3096)


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