India has realised, later than many other nations, that in order to prosper in the new world economy it will need to successfully manage its knowledge assets. This book investigates the rise of entrepreneurship and knowledge management. It looks at the high tech sector, how it is at present and it's prospects for growth. It then goes onto analyse the effect that the knowledge economy will have on labour, business strategy and corporate restructuring and highlights the challenges that India will face, not least whether it can offer enough employment potential for 1 billion people.
FRANK-JURGEN RICHTER is the director of the Asian part of the World Economic Forum. He has written many books about Asian Business and managed a European Multinational's Chinese operations for several years. - PARTHASARATHI BANERJEE currently works for the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies in New Delhi. He has also worked for the University of Tokyo and the State University of New York.
Release date NZ
November 15th, 2002
Edited by F. Richter
Edited by P. Banerjee
Country of Publication
X, 320 p.
Nobody has reviewed this product yet. You could be the first!