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Perspective shift of Indian investors and non-investors from traditional modes/ways to modern/innovative techniques of investment

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Introduction:
India has made tremendous progress in building a policy environment to encourage investment. As a result, the country’s economy is growing more rapidly and FDI inflows have accelerated impressively. However, investment remains insufficient to meet India’s needs, particularly in infrastructure. Current efforts to strengthen and liberalise the regulatory framework for investment need to be intensified and India’s well-developed economic legislation implemented at an accelerated pace both at national level and right across India’s states and union territories. India has made impressive strides in building a policy environment to encourage both domestic and foreign investment, in particular to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and facilitate outward investment, as evidenced in this study. This progress is an integral part of the market-oriented reforms which have since 1991 set the scene for a shift to a consistently higher rate of real annual GDP growth than the country has experienced in its recent history.

The “licence raj” has been largely dismantled. Restrictions on large-scale investment have been greatly relaxed. Many sectors formerly reserved to the public sector have been opened up to private enterprise. Import substitution and protectionism have been replaced by an open trade regime. Sectoral restrictions on FDI have been progressively removed and foreign ownership ceilings steadily rose. FDI approval procedures have been greatly liberalised.

Foreign exchange restrictions related to investment have been relaxed.
Experimental economic zones such as the Special Economic Zones have been established to test investment liberalisation measures.

At the same time, other elements of the business environment that have an impact on investment have improved. The legal framework for intellectual property rights (IPR) protection has been greatly developed in the past two decades and enforcement has been strengthened. A non-discriminatory Competition Act is being gradually put into effect. India’s tax system now treats foreign-owned companies on a par with domestic firms. The corporate governance framework has improved, taking advantage of international norms. The government is striving to increase investment in human capital.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 64
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 3: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
3.1 INVESTMENT: INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITION
3.2 INVESTMENT TYPES
3.3 ESSENTIAL OF INVESTMENT
3.4 INVESTMENT PLANNING
3.5 INVESTMENT STRATEGY
3.6 TYPES OF INVESTORS
3.7 TRADITIONAL METHODS OF INVESTMENT
3.8 MODERN METHODS OF INVESTMENT
3.9 RISK AND RETURN
3.10 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHOOLOGY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS
FINDINGS
LIMITATIONS
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY


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