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The Indian Software Industry from an Israeli Perspective: a Systems/Evolutionary and Policy View

Gil Avnimelech and Morris Teubal

Chapter 5 in India in the Global Software Industry, 2004, pp 112-138 from Palgrave Macmillan

Abstract: Abstract This chapter has two objectives: first an analysis of the evolution of Israel’s high-tech sector and cluster over the past thirty years to identify aspects of Israel’s IT high-tech experience of the 1990s which may be useful in assessing the prospects of India’s IT high-tech sector during this decade; the second to suggest policy directions or policy issues that, if put into effect, might contribute to accelerating the evolution, alongside India’s existing software/IT industry, of a more R&D-intensive, ‘Silicon Valley’-type segment of high-tech.

Keywords: Venture Capital; Private Equity; High Tech; Software Industry; Venture Capital Fund (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2004
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DOI: 10.1057/9781403943842_5

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