Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment in India

10 Pages Posted: 28 Jan 2019

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Kishan Singh Rathore

Prestige Institute of Management

Sonam Singh Rajawat

BVM College of Management Education

Date Written: January 6, 2019

Abstract

Since independent, India has adopted cautious approach for economic growth but after the implementation of LPG policy (economic reforms in 1991) India has liberalized its foreign policy and took series of measures to pull FDI. This paper aimed to investigate empirically the impact of GDP, population, import of crude oil and corruption perception index on FDI over the last 20 years i.e. 1998-2018 The multiple regression tests were used in order to analyze the causal relationship among corruption perception index, import of crude oil, GDP and increasing rate of population. It was found that there is significant relationship between FDI, and GDP import of crude oil, corruption perception index and population.

Keywords: FDI, GDP, import of crude oil, Corruption perception index Population growth etc.

Suggested Citation

Rathore, Kishan Singh and Rajawat, Sonam Singh, Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment in India (January 6, 2019). Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Digital Strategies for Organizational Success. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3323463 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3323463

Kishan Singh Rathore (Contact Author)

Prestige Institute of Management ( email )

Airport Road, Opposite Deendayal
Nagar
Gwalior, MP 474 020
India

Sonam Singh Rajawat

BVM College of Management Education ( email )

Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
India

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