Modi led BJP government important actors, factors in world politics to attract FDI…September 24, 2015
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International relations researchers need to look beyond the national level because Indian people, industry and present Modi led BJP government important actors in world politics to attract FDI Make in India and rase feelings among Indians all over world Jagat guru India.
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One way to look at their international activities is by examining the ways in which India seeks to attract foreign direct investment (FDI), just one research puzzle at the nexus of international relations and India’s politics, two fields that rarely talk to one another.
After pointing out the gaps within theories from international relations and international political economy, we have to take initiatives towards the evolving global roles of both Inidan people and their present government and shows how India attracts FDI through the use of their international offices and governor-led overseas missions beyond the Modi’s continuous historical foreign trips and Sushma Swaraj’s remarkable silent efforts.
Empirical findings indicate thatindia’ international offices and a higher level of economic interdependence help states attract FDI, and here in this article I argue that extension of institutional approaches may be valuable for future research about the international capabilities of subnational governments and their leaders.
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