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Comparative Development of India & China
Economic, Technological, Sectoral & Socio-cultural Insights

Edited by:
  • Neena Sondhi - Shashi Budhiraja Chair Professor for Management Research at the International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, India
  • Ramakrushna Panigrahi - Professor of Economics at IMI Bhubaneswar, India
  • Miao Pang - Senior Research Fellow at Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), China
  • Rajashri Chatterjee - Assistant Professor of Finance and Accounting at IMI Kolkata, India

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January 2021 | 508 pages | SAGE Spectrum
The prodigious economic growth of India and China over the last three decades has ensured their rightful prominence in the global economic order. The two players opened up their respective economies to liberalization and market regulations, which led to a tectonic shift from agriculture-based economies to manufacturing and service-based economies. In this context, Comparative Development of India and China offers contemporary research on economic, technological, sectoral and sociocultural issues by highlighting the opportunities as well as vulnerabilities in the development of the two fastest growing nations in the world. It unveils the similarities of thought and practices, and explores the plethora of possibilities for collaborative effort that may serve to contribute to the prosperity and progress of both the countries. The perspectives presented by various Indian and Chinese scholars in this edited volume provide varied outlooks and insights on these two nations, albeit within a single thematic framework.
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
Introduction
 
PART I Economic and Technological Insights
Rajashri Chatterjee and Arindam Banik
Learning from the Asian Experiences: A Commentary Based on China and India
Ramakrushna Panigrahi
Indo-Chinese Economic Development Models in Post Reforms Era
Xiaojuan Zhou
BCIM Economic Corridor from the Perspective of Sino-Indian Cooperation
Zujun Liao and Delang Song
A Comparative Analysis of Poverty Reduction Patterns of China and India
Xiwei Huang
Migrant Workers’ Well-being: A Comparative Study Based on China and India
Yufei Wei
A Comparative Study of the Pension Systems in China and India
Ying Cao
Sino-Indian Manufacturing Based on Malmquist Index Decomposition
Jixiang Chen
Impact of Manufacturing Intelligence on Employment of Labourers Shifted from Agriculture in China and India
Devesh Baid
Comparison of Management Control Frameworks for Modern Day Organizations
Mudit Gera
Ethics and Privacy Concerns in Today’s ‘Digital India’
Rohit Vishal Kumar
Impact of Indian Festivals on Imports from China: An Exploratory Study
 
PART II Sectoral Insights
Rahul Gupta Choudhury
Marketing Strategy and Performance of Firms in India
Arnab K. Deb and Kalpana Tokas
Manufacturing–Services Nexus: A Global Value Chain Analysis for India and China
Deepak Tandon, Shubham Raghuwanshi, Kanika Jain and Neelam Tandon
Power Performance and Profitability Determinants in Indian and Chinese Banks
Yun Fang
A Comparative Study of the Deposit Insurance Systems in India and China
Nidhi Yadav
Price Dispersion in Retail Market in India
Rituparna Basu and Sayani Mandal
Retailing in China and India: A Critical Review
Fuping Yan
Development of Film Culture Industry in China and India: A Comparative Study
Weimin Huang
Traditional Medical and Health Tourism in China and India: A Comparative Study
 
PART III Socio-cultural Insights
Huan Yang
‘The Belt and Road’ Initiative and Cultural Exchanges between China and India
Xiannong Yang
Deng Xiaoping’s Historical Contribution to China–India Relations
Bo Shen and Xiaofeng Xing
‘The Belt and Road’ Initiative and Cultural Exchanges between Sichuan Province and India
Jie Da and Renjie Yu
A Study on the Motivation Mechanism of China–India Tourism Cooperation
Soni Agrawal and Roma Puri
Green HR Practices and Employee Pro-environmental Behaviour: A Study on India and China
Xiongfeng Liu
The Integration of Indian Buddhist Culture into East Asian Cultures
Huajun Yang
The Role of Southern Silk Road in Promoting International Peace
 
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Neena Sondhi

Neena Sondhi is the Shashi Budhiraja Chair Professor for Management Research at International Management Institute (IMI) New Delhi. Sondhi also currently holds the portfolio of Dean Research, Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs at IMI New Delhi. An alumnus and a merit holder from the Faculty of Arts, University of Delhi, her areas of expertise are consumer psychology, behaviour, marketing research and luxury marketing. An avid researcher, with a diverse experience of over 25 years in teaching, research and consultancy, she has to her credit more than 50 publications: peerreviewed international and national journals of repute and case... More About Author

Ramakrushna Panigrahi

Ramakrushna Panigrahi is a Professor in the area of Economics at IMI Bhubaneswar. His PhD is in the area of environmental economics and green national income accounting from Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC), Bengaluru, a premier social science ICSSR research institute in India. His MPhil in Applied Economics is in the area of agricultural economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU, 1995). He has completed his Master’s in Economics from the University of Hyderabad (UoH, 1993). He graduated from Utkal University with a distinction in Economics (Honours) in the year 1991. His teaching interests include managerial... More About Author

Miao Pang

Miao Pang is a Senior Research Fellow at Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences (SASS). She currently works in the Institute of Rural Economy of SASS with her major in forest resource management and has 25 years of expertise in rural policy, resource management and ecological construction. She has completed two National-sponsored projects on ecological compensation and community adaptation on climate change in ecologically-vulnerable regions. She has also completed over 20 provincial and international research projects with governments and many NGOs. She has published over 6 monographs and more than 40 papers in relevant research fields.... More About Author

Rajashri Chatterjee

Rajashri Chatterjee is Assistant Professor (Finance and Accounting) at IMI Kolkata. She holds a doctorate from the University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. She completed her MCom from the University of Calcutta and MBA from Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal. Prior to joining IMI Kolkata, she worked as Finance Executive at Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences and AMRI Hospitals Ltd in Kolkata. She has contributed articles for journals of eminence, viz. Global Business Review and The Chartered Accountant, and also written for a Bengali daily, Sangbad Pratidin. She has co-authored book... More About Author

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