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Special economic zones (SEZs) in India

Geeta Das

Special economic zones (SEZs) in India

lessons from China

by Geeta Das

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Published by New Century Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic zoning -- India,
  • Economic zoning -- China,
  • Enterprise zones -- India,
  • Enterprise zones -- China,
  • India -- Economic policy -- 1991-,
  • China -- Economic policy -- 2000-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-242) and index.

    Other titlesSpecial economic zones in India
    StatementGeeta Das.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC435.3 .D34 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 248 p. ;
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23982583M
    ISBN 109788177082029
    LC Control Number2009346230
    OCLC/WorldCa426032861

    Special Economic Zones are often recommended as tools to boost the economy. The book deals with economic, legal and political aspects of their establishment. As an instrument of economic policy, Special Economic Zones have attracted little attention in Europe. By contrast, they have found notable use in various Asian countries. This book offers an authoritative study on special economic zones in China. With articles from economic experts and scholars, the scope of the book includes new theories, methods and discoveries in the field of special economic zone studies.

    Special economic zones (SEZs) with variations known as free ports, free cities, etc have been created in more than countries over the last half century, and to date some 3, plus have been formed. Special economic zones typically have no or low tariffs, low tax rates and light : Richard W. Rahn. Report’s Definition of Special Economic Zone 11 Structure of the Report 13 Chapter 2. Literature Review of Special Economic Zones, Rationale, and Impact 15 Agglomeration to Reduce Costs 15 Fiscal and Nonfiscal Investment Incentives 17 SEZs and Exports 19 SEZs and Firm Performance 20 SEZs and Labor Market Outcomes 21 SEZs and Spillovers 22 File Size: 6MB.

    Historical Development of Free Zones in Honduras 48 Performance 49 Key Success Factors 54 Challenges for the Future 61 Conclusion 65 Notes 67 References Chapter 4 China’s Investment in Special Economic Zones in Africa Deborah Brautigam and Tang Xiaoyang. China’s Overseas Special Economic Zones: Aims and Objectives 69Cited by: It analyses China’s Special Economic Zones, including overall review on the whole year’s development state of the reform experimental zone and part of new special economic zones, which focuses on analyzing the transformation of special economic zones, use of resources, the sustainable development, economic and social development, social security and technical innovation from the aspects of .


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Special economic zones (SEZs) in India by Geeta Das Download PDF EPUB FB2

At first glance, special economic zones seem to embody a paradox: politicians willingly ceding some of their power. But as Dr. Moberg's book explains, politicians often have self-interested reasons to promote special economic by: 2. For countries as diverse as China and Mauritius, Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have been a powerful tool to attract foreign investment, promote export-oriented growth, and generate employment; for many others, the results have been less than : Paperback.

Book Description Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have become a popular development policy throughout the world over the last half a century. These zones form designated areas where governments offer businesses lower taxes, tariffs, and often lighter regulations.

The book provides insights into the development of special economic zones, which are an important factor in the political and economic reforms in China. It discusses a number of topics, including the history and the modernization of special economic zones in China, the contributions of special.

The Government Is Keen To Promote The Establishment Of These Large, Self-Contained Areas, Supported By World-Class Infrastructure, Oriented Towards Export Present Book Special Economic Zones: Issues, Laws And Procedures, In Two Volumes, Studies In Detail The Various Aspects Of Policy Relating To Sezs.

For countries as diverse as China and Mauritius, Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have been a powerful tool to attract foreign investment, promote export-oriented growth, and generate employment; for many others, the results have been less than encouraging.

While the benefits and limitations of zones will no doubt continue to be debated. This book is a systematic analysis of the special economic zone (SEZ) programme in India. The book highlights the critical importance not just of investment in SEZs but also of investment in the wider domestic economy in which they operate.

It is the result of detailed surveys of SEZs conducted at different points in time during –: Aradhna Aggarwal. The present book Special Economic Zones: Issues, Laws and Procedures, in two volumes, studies in detail the various aspects of policy relating to SEZs. Different problems relating to people’s apprehensions about these models of growth—displacement of a large number of landowners, environmental pollution likely to be caused by huge Author: Ed.

K.R. Gupta. Special economic zones: progress, emerging challenges, and future directions. Finance & Private Sector Development;general agreement on tariffs and trade;gross value of production;economies of scale in production;investment and development;central Cited by: This book examines China's economic development sincewith special emphasis on the economic transition of the past two decades and the role of special economic zones in this gradually evolving process.

Various issues concerning the formation of the zones are explored. The performance of the zones and their impacts on the Chinese economy and the transitional path are assessed in. This book examines India’s ten years of experience developing Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and the performance of SEZs in the context of India’s growing international engagement, its endeavours to attract domestic and foreign investment in manufacturing and services and its aim to increase and diversify exports of goods and services.

Special Economic Zone in terms of sub-section (8) of section 3 shall be the following, namely:— [1] [(a)A Special Economic Zone for multi product shall have a 1 Substituted by the Special Economic Zones (Amendment) Rules,w.e.f.

Prior to its substitution, clause (a) reads as under:File Size: KB. Guide to Special Economic Zones. 2 nd edn, Delhi: Commercial Law Publishers. Creskoff, S and Walkenhorst, P (n.d) “Implications of WTO Disciplines for Special Economic Zones in Developing Countries” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Dohrmann, J () “Special Economic Zones in India: An introduction” ASIEN Special economic zones (SEZs) – geographically delimited areas within which governments facilitate industrial activity through fiscal and regulatory incentives and infrastructure support – are widely used across most developing and many developed economies.

Although the performance of many zones remains below expectations, failing either toFile Size: KB. Falta Special Economic Zone. Noida Export Processing Zone. Welcome to Special Economic Zone (SEZ) India was one of the first in Asia to recognize the effectiveness of the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) model in promoting exports, with Asia's first EPZ set up in Kandla in With a view to overcome the shortcomings experienced on account of the.

Special economic zone (SEZ), any of several localities in which foreign and domestic trade and investment are conducted without the authorization of the Chinese central government in Beijing.

Special economic zones are intended to function as zones of rapid economic growth by using tax and business. Special economic zones of China (SEZs) are special economic zones located in mainland China. The government of China gives SEZs special (more free market-oriented) economic policies and flexible governmental measures, compared to the more planned economy of most of fied Chinese: 经济特区.

Besides, it dwells light on the ideology behind Special Economic Zones in India and salient features of the schemes of SEZ in a crisp and pointed manner followed by comprehensive section-by-section analysis of the SEZ Act, read with SEZ Rules, Flow charts have also been used at places to make it fairly easy to understand.

Special economic zones (SEZs)1 aim to overcome barriers that hinder investment in the wider economy, including restrictive policies, poor governance, inadequate infrastructure, and problematic access to Size: KB.

Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have become a popular development policy throughout the world over the last half a century.

These zones form designated areas where governments offer businesses lower taxes, tariffs, and often lighter by: 2. Book Table of Contents. Brief History of SEZs and Overview of Policy Debates Authors/Editors: Claude Traces the evolution of the concept of zones that has led to the modern special economic zone (SEZ) and examines debates over key economic issues, labor, gender, and the environment.

Zones are created with four specific (although not.Thibault Serlet is the Vice President of the Adrianople Group, a private intelligence firm specializing in economic zones.

He is the founder and former CEO of the Startup Societies Foundation. He also reads and reviews a nonfiction book—usually about history—every week on his personal website, In this book, the author use SEZ as a generic expression to describe the broad range of modern economic zones discussed in this book.

But we are most concerned with two specific forms of those zones: (1) the export processing zones (EPZs) or free zones, which focus on manufacturing for export; and (2) the large-scale SEZs, which usually combine.