Asian Journal of Management and Commerce
2020, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
A study on export performance of special economic zones in India
Author(s): Shalini JX
Abstract: Special Economic Zones are reflected as growth catalyst of our fastest growing economy. In India, the SEZ policy was formulated by the Central Government in a 2000. Special Economic Zone is considered as special area meant only to promote exports and is treated as duty free regions considered to be a foreign territory for the purpose of trade operations and duties and tariffs. This study has been done because there have been no initiatives to measure their export performances at micro level. It is tough to lay down the importance of SEZs in the economic development of the country without knowing the level of contribution made, though they contribute towards the global trade of the country. To address this issue, the research study aims to bring out the contribution made by SEZ as a whole in the overall economic growth of the country in general as well as regionally in particular. Further this study focuses to analyse and compare the current status and performance of SEZ’s India in terms of investment, employment and exports, to predict the trend in regards to exports of the selected SEZ parks and to determine the impact of investment & employment on the export performance of the selected SEZ zones. By using statistical tools it can be inferred that, almost all the selected SEZ parks have shown significant growth in the years and the future scope of the selected SEZ parks are expected to grow during the future years.
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Shalini JX. A study on export performance of special economic zones in India. Asian J Manage Commerce 2020;1(1):19-21.