Call for Papers: National Seminar on FDI Flows in India after Global Financial Crisis and its impact on Indian Economy

The main message delivered by UNCTAD in its World Investment Report 2009 was that during 2008 the global flows of foreign direct investment (FDI) had been severely affected by the financial
and economic crisis and that these developments had also changed the FDI landscape because of the increasing share that was taken up by the developing countries and emerging markets. The same report
stated that the global crisis had an effect on the components (equity capital, reinvested earnings and intracompany loans) and the modes (greenfield investments and mergers and acquisitions) in which FDI was conducted. Also the global recession had repercussions on the activities of private equity funds and the socalled Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) which had ventured into FDI territory.

The ongoing global crisis has had a profound impact on the Asia and Pacific region, particularly on its exports. As a result, the region’s aggregate growth is expected to fall to 3.3% (according to the Asian Development Bank) this year from the remarkable growth of 9.8% in 2007.
The region must take steps to rebalance growth away from its high dependence on exports to the advanced economies. The current crisis
is truly global in nature and could be referred to as the worst crisis since the Great Depression. It will be an attempt to evaluate the impact of the financial and economic crisis FDI in India since 2008.
The policies with respect to FDI needed to deal with carefully. It is the responsibility of the experts, media, academicians for investigating and explaining the complex stories as objectively as
possible regarding the crises on FDI. We would like to study the

topic by organizing a national seminar.
ᴥ India’s GDP and Investment Trend since 2008
ᴥTo scrutinize the bang of FDI on the Indian economy with experimental evidences.
ᴥForeign Investment and Economic growth in India
ᴥFDI in India: Policy and Procedures
ᴥFDI in various Sectors since 2008
ᴥFDI in India: Challenges, Effectiveness & Future

Registration Fees : Includes workshop kit, certificate and hospitality
(No accommodation facility)
College teachers : Rs. 400/-
Research Scholars : Rs. 200/-
For publication of paper with ISBN No. – Rs. 600/- (Excluding
Registration fee)

Guidelines for paper submission :
1. Papers submitted for publication shall be subject to the selection by the Committee of experts.
2. Papers of not more than 1500 words must be typed in Marathi, Hindi or English with font size 12.
English in Times New Roman and Hindi/Mararthi should be in Krutidev 010
3. Papers will be published in Journal/Souvenir with ISBN Number
4. Last date for submission : 10.02.2013

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