IMF paper analyses corporate investment in India


A new International Monetary Fund working paper analyses the reasons for the slowdown in corporate investment in India since the global financial crisis.

Author Kiichi Tokuoka discusses how India could boost corporate investment, using both macro and firm-level micro data. Analysing macro data, the research indicates that macroeconomic factors can "largely explain" corporate investment, but that they do not appear to account fully for recent weak performance, "suggesting a key role of the

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