The study takes an industry-specific look at manufacturing – industries having comparative and competitive advantages in the near and mid-terms, their enablers, their challenges and key implementation strategies to make the ambitious and transformational ‘Make in India’ initiative a success. It has been peer reviewed by eminent economists like Dr Pronab Sen, Dr BN Goldar, Prof NR Bhanumurthy, Prof B Nag and others.
It identifies 14 industries on the basis five economic parameters – market capitalisation, industrial productivity, TFP growth, export competitiveness and alignment with demographic advantages – for special focus. In addition, it says promotion of entrepreneurships and a start-up ecosystem will go a long way in generating livelihood for the millions joining workforce every year. For more details of the report please visit http://www.assocham.
In a few decades, the relationship between the environment, resources and conflict may seem almost as obvious as the connection we see today between human rights, democracy and peace
WangariMaathai (1940 – 2011), environmental activist, first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004