Das, Keshab and Pradhan, Jaya Prakash (2009): Externally-oriented Small and Medium Enterprises: Predicament and Possibilities.
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This paper addresses emerging issues concerning externally-oriented SMEs in India and the nature of important business risks faced by them during the period of global financial crisis. The unimpressive export performance of SMEs during the period of reforms is also a reflection of the limitations of the institutional support as also weak forms of production organization. The state needs to play a proactive role in contributing to enhancing SME competitiveness. Whereas financially well protected Indian SMEs are likely to be more competitive and efficient, a greater recognition of the potential of domestic market and provision of business-facilitating infrastructure holds the key for success of SMEs across board.
|Item Type:||MPRA Paper|
|Original Title:||Externally-oriented Small and Medium Enterprises: Predicament and Possibilities|
|English Title:||Externally-oriented Small and Medium Enterprises: Predicament and Possibilities|
|Keywords:||Financial Crisis, SMEs, Exports, Business Risks|
|Subjects:||L - Industrial Organization > L1 - Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance > L11 - Production, Pricing, and Market Structure; Size Distribution of Firms
F - International Economics > F1 - Trade > F10 - General
|Depositing User:||Jaya Prakash Pradhan|
|Date Deposited:||04. Jun 2009 02:58|
|Last Modified:||11. Feb 2013 23:44|
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