Indian Multinationals: The Dynamics of Explosive Growth in a Developing Country Context
Indian firms have grown explosively over the last two decades since India adopted wholesale neo-liberal policies in 1991. Nayak attributes the expansion of these Indian firms and their multinational businesses to the owners' ability to manoeuvre and mould key agents in the external environment rather than to the internal management of the firm.
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Dr Amar Nayak
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