Expressing concern over current government policies that display a bias towards larger units, this volume focuses attention on the potential of the micro and small enterprises (MSE) sector in India for catering to the vast domestic market and generating employment opportunities, and consequently on the need to address the structural constraints that have been plaguing it. It presents a set of analytical and policy-oriented articles on the dynamics of the growth and performance of MSEs during the period of economic reforms since the early 1990s, providing rich insights into a range of complex issues facing this crucial sector, including credit, exports, trade regulations, capacity-building, subcontracting, clustering, entrepreneurship, and rural industrialization.
- Social Science, Business + Money Management
- Ethnic Studies / General, Management
- March 30, 2011
- May 4, 2011
- Keshab Das