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Bangalore and Karachi IT Industry in the Light of Innovation Systems and Historical Prospect

Hussain, Muzamal (2009)
Department of Economic History
Abstract
A current growth in the field of information technology is certainly innovative in nature. In size and ease of access, knowledge and information are growing. Prospect decision makers in many fields will be accessible with extraordinary new tools for growth. In fields like health, agriculture, human resources, education and business improvement, transport or environmental improvement the consequences actually could be innovatory. Communication and IT have huge potential particularly for growing nations and in furthering sustainable growth. India and Pakistan two growing nations of Asia pacific now a day doing great performance in the field of IT and have different advantages on each other in this field. Indian city Bangalore is known as... (More)
A current growth in the field of information technology is certainly innovative in nature. In size and ease of access, knowledge and information are growing. Prospect decision makers in many fields will be accessible with extraordinary new tools for growth. In fields like health, agriculture, human resources, education and business improvement, transport or environmental improvement the consequences actually could be innovatory. Communication and IT have huge potential particularly for growing nations and in furthering sustainable growth. India and Pakistan two growing nations of Asia pacific now a day doing great performance in the field of IT and have different advantages on each other in this field. Indian city Bangalore is known as Silicon Valley of India due to its great contributions in IT field of the country. Karachi city of Pakistan also well recognized in this field. IT industry of both cities working under different IT policies like Karnataka state of India in which Bangalore city is located has its own IT policy under through this industry is going on and Karachi city of Pakistan which is situated in Sindh province of Pakistan has no IT policy and IT industry of Karachi city is working under National IT policy of Pakistan. Study based on how Karachi and Bangalore contribute in the economic development of their respective countries through IT industry, what kind of institutional arrangements both cities have in respect of innovation system and to know whether there is National Innovation System, Regional Innovation System or they are Industrial Clusters. (Less)
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author
Hussain, Muzamal
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type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
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Pakistan, innovation, India, Developing Countries, IT industry, Bangalore, Karachi, Industrial Cluster, National Innovation System, Regional Innovation System, Social and economic history, Ekonomisk och social historia
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English
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1544607
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2009-09-15 00:00:00
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2010-08-03 10:52:48
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  abstract     = {A current growth in the field of information technology is certainly innovative in nature. In size and ease of access, knowledge and information are growing. Prospect decision makers in many fields will be accessible with extraordinary new tools for growth. In fields like health, agriculture, human resources, education and business improvement, transport or environmental improvement the consequences actually could be innovatory. Communication and IT have huge potential particularly for growing nations and in furthering sustainable growth. India and Pakistan two growing nations of Asia pacific now a day doing great performance in the field of IT and have different advantages on each other in this field. Indian city Bangalore is known as Silicon Valley of India due to its great contributions in IT field of the country. Karachi city of Pakistan also well recognized in this field. IT industry of both cities working under different IT policies like Karnataka state of India in which Bangalore city is located has its own IT policy under through this industry is going on and Karachi city of Pakistan which is situated in Sindh province of Pakistan has no IT policy and IT industry of Karachi city is working under National IT policy of Pakistan. Study based on how Karachi and Bangalore contribute in the economic development of their respective countries through IT industry, what kind of institutional arrangements both cities have in respect of innovation system and to know whether there is National Innovation System, Regional Innovation System or they are Industrial Clusters.},
  author       = {Hussain, Muzamal},
  keyword      = {Pakistan,innovation,India,Developing Countries,IT industry,Bangalore,Karachi,Industrial Cluster,National Innovation System,Regional Innovation System,Social and economic history,Ekonomisk och social historia},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Bangalore and Karachi IT Industry in the Light of Innovation Systems and Historical Prospect},
  year         = {2009},
}