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TitleGlobal Strategic Trade Management [electronic resource] : How India Adjusts its Export Control System for Accommodation in the Global System / by Rajiv Nayan
ImprintNew Delhi : Springer India : Imprint: Springer, 2019
Edition 1st ed. 2019
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Descript XV, 186 p. 2 illus. online resource


This book examines whether India is successfully integrating and adapting to the global strategic management system. It offers essential insights into the evolution of export controls for goods, which may have implications for the development of Weapons of Mass Destruction – an aspect that is especially relevant given India’s robust biotechnological, chemical and nuclear industrial base. In security studies, the phrase “strategic trade management” is now slowly replacing the phrase “export control”. However, for the policymaking community, export control remains popular, at least for the sake of reference. The book also describes the mechanisms India is adopting in this regard. It demonstrates the shift in the Indian approach to strategic trade management, from an outspoken critic to a supporter. Politically, the country was initially skeptical of the idea of export controls because it was a target of such systems. The book also explains the tools, forces and incentives that moved India to adapt its policy on export controls or strategic trade management


Introduction -- Chapter 1. Global Best Practices -- Chapter 2. Comparing the Major Systems -- Chapter 3. Philosophy of Indian Strategic Trade Management -- Chapter 4. Legal Framework -- Chapter 5. Regulatory Framework -- Chapter 6. Enforcement System -- Chapter 7. International Cooperation -- Conclusion

Trade Political economy International economics Globalization Trade. International Political Economy. International Economics. Emerging Markets/Globalization.


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