Engineering & Technology Management
Information technology -- India -- Government policy, Computer software industry -- India, Technology -- Management
The Indian government’s policies toward an open, global market, support of educational institutions, and enhancement of appropriate infrastructure helped enable their software industry to become critical components of India’s economic growth in the 1990s. The Technical, Organizational, and Personal perspective (T, O, and P) model is utilized to examine different affects that each perspective, inclusive of government policies, has on a socio-technical system (Software development in India). The Indian government has provided substantial economic liberalization to support their software industries, though continued reform is necessary to ensure that they remain a software superpower.
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Drozdowski, Tad; Huynh, Hai; Lininger, Brian; Peng, Yicheng; and Sakulyong, Naruedom, "India’s Rise as a Software Power: Governmental Policy Factors" (2006). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1112.
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