Dr. Ghosh on Unlocking Potential of India’s High-tech Start-ups

16 Mar 18

Dr. Ghosh is the lead author of an article describing the potential of India’s high-tech start-ups, published in the March-April 2018 issue of Supply Chain Management Review. Despite being the world’s 7th largest and one of the fastest growing economies, India still lags many developing countries in the number of researcher in R&D and the volume of high-tech exports. The study answers two fundamental questions: what factors affect the performance and competitiveness of high-tech manufacturing start-ups in India, and how the country can improve the performance of this sector by fostering growth through the design of supportive eco-systems. The study’s findings show that the underlying issues fall into three main areas: the upstream supply chain, the production process, and downstream supply chain. The full article can be found at the following link (access to registered users): http://www.scmr.com/article/unlocking_the_potential_of_indias_high_tech_start_ups


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