Current Trend of Protectionism – A Case Study of India (2016)
This dissertation is designed to identify and evaluate the current trend of protectionism and highlight possible effects of growth and trade of developing countries with India as a case study. Protectionism refers to the policies that are made and set by a specific countries’ government with the aim of protecting the local industries from competition by the foreign companies. These policies are usually made in the sector of trade.
Academics explains that, trade refers to the process of exchanging goods for money or with anything else with value. Protectionism does not take within a country; it takes place between countries, and thus the importance of studying International trade. International trade refers to selling of products for money across the borders of several countries. Barriers of trade can be divided into qualitative and quantitative. Quantitative barriers are measurable, and they include quotas, tariffs, subsidies, limitations and exchange control.
Qualitative barriers are very hard to because they are regulations that are made by the government to make free trade difficult. The regulations can be direct or indirect. Example is competition policy and quality standards. The dissertation seeks to investigate the current trend in protectionism and whether it has any impact on the trade and growth in the developing nations with India as a case study.
- To determine the existence of protectionism in the developing countries with India as a case under study
- To find out the underlying economic and political conditions which inform protectionism in the developing countries?
- To determine the effects of the current trend on the growth and trend of developing countries with India as a case study
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- 10,000 words – 42 pages in length
- Excellent use of literature
- Good analysis of subject area
- Well written throughout
- Ideal for finance students
Advantages of Protectionism
Disadvantages of Protectionism
Importance of the study
2: Literature Review
3: Research Methodology
Simple Random Sampling Methods
Data Collection Method
Data Analysis Technique
5: Discussions and Conclusion