Financial sector reforms in India: some institutional imbalances

Parikshit Basu, M.K. Datar

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference
Subtitle of host publicationForeign Direct Investments
EditorsGabriel Ogunmokun, Rony Gabbay
Place of PublicationPerth, Western Australia , Australia
PublisherThe Academy of World Business
Pages22
Number of pages1
ISBN (Electronic)0975227203
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventAcademy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference - Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Australia
Duration: 13 Jul 200416 Jul 2004

Conference

ConferenceAcademy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference
CountryAustralia
Period13/07/0416/07/04

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Basu, P., & Datar, M. K. (2004). Financial sector reforms in India: some institutional imbalances. In G. Ogunmokun, & R. Gabbay (Eds.), 2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference: Foreign Direct Investments (pp. 22). Perth, Western Australia , Australia: The Academy of World Business.
Basu, Parikshit ; Datar, M.K. / Financial sector reforms in India : some institutional imbalances. 2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference: Foreign Direct Investments. editor / Gabriel Ogunmokun ; Rony Gabbay. Perth, Western Australia , Australia : The Academy of World Business, 2004. pp. 22
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Basu, P & Datar, MK 2004, Financial sector reforms in India: some institutional imbalances. in G Ogunmokun & R Gabbay (eds), 2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference: Foreign Direct Investments. The Academy of World Business, Perth, Western Australia , Australia, pp. 22, Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference, Australia, 13/07/04.

Financial sector reforms in India : some institutional imbalances. / Basu, Parikshit; Datar, M.K.

2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference: Foreign Direct Investments. ed. / Gabriel Ogunmokun; Rony Gabbay. Perth, Western Australia , Australia : The Academy of World Business, 2004. p. 22.

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Basu P, Datar MK. Financial sector reforms in India: some institutional imbalances. In Ogunmokun G, Gabbay R, editors, 2004 Academy of World Business Marketing and Management Development Conference: Foreign Direct Investments. Perth, Western Australia , Australia: The Academy of World Business. 2004. p. 22