Role of IT- ITES in Economic Development of Asia: Issues of Growth, Sustainability and Governance 9789811542053, 9789811542060

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Role of IT- ITES in Economic Development of Asia: Issues of Growth, Sustainability and Governance
 9789811542053, 9789811542060

Table of contents :
Editors and Contributors
Part IRole of IT-ITES Upon Economic and Financial Indicators
1 Economic Development and Importance of IT Industry—An Appraisal with Reference to Asian Countries
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Literature Review
1.3 Objective
1.4 Data and Methodology
1.5 The Baseline Model
1.5.1 Impact of Rate of Technical Progress on Per Capita Real Income and Economic Growth
1.6 Empirical Analysis
1.7 Conclusion
2 The Role of IT Investment on the Bank Performance: A Cointegration and Causality Analysis for Asian Countries
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Literature Review
2.3 Quantitative Information About Asian Countries
2.4 Methodology
2.4.1 PC Analysis
2.4.2 DHPC Analysis
2.5 An Application on Asian Countries
2.5.1 Data, Scope, and Variables
2.5.2 Unit Root Test Results
2.5.3 PC Test Results
2.5.4 DHPC Test Results
2.6 Conclusion
3 Is There Any Relationship Between Output Growth and Export Growth in Indian Information Technology Industry After Liberalization?
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Materials and Methods
3.2.1 Methodology
3.2.2 Data Sources
3.3 Results and Discussion
3.4 Conclusion
4 Trend of IT Enabled Banking Correspondence Services and Its Determinants: Evidences from South Asian Countries
4.1 Introduction
4.2 IT-Enabled Banking Services: A Conceptual Framework
4.3 Transition to IT-Enabled Banking Services: Experiences from South Asia
4.4 Materials and Methods
4.5 Results and Discussion
4.5.1 Trend of Banking Correspondence Model: South Asian Countries
4.5.2 Determinants of Mobile Money Usage
4.6 Conclusions
5 India’s Software Export and External Factors
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Brief Review of Existing Literature
5.3 Objectives and Methodology
5.4 Vulnerability of India’s Software Export to Internal and External Factors
5.5 External Factors and Non-software–Export–GDP Ratio and Comparison with Software Export–GDP Ratio
5.6 Conclusion and Future Scope of Research
6 Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Foreign Direct Investment: A Study on Selected Developing Economies
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Review of Some Existing Works
6.3 Data and Methodology
6.3.1 Dependent Variable
6.3.2 Explanatory Variables
6.3.3 Methodology
6.4 Findings of the Empirical Exercise
6.5 Concluding Remarks
7 Export of Software Services and Economic Growth Relation in India—A Time Series Approach
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Motivation and Objectives of the Study
7.3 Data and Methodology of the Study
7.4 Graphical Explanations of the Time Plots of the Variables
7.5 Econometric Findings
7.6 Summary and Conclusion
8 Understanding the Role of E-Governance in Urban Areas of West Bengal
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Methods
8.3 Sustainable Urbanization and E-Governance
8.4 Policies and Programs of Urban E-Governance in India
8.5 Urbanization and Role of E-Governance in West Bengal
8.6 Conclusion
9 Technology and Employment: Empirical Evidences in Technology Product Exporting Asian Economies
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Review of Literature
9.3 Data, Variables, and Exploratory Analysis
9.4 Methodology and Results
9.5 Conclusions
10 FDI, ICT and Economic Growth in Developing Countries: An Empirical Analysis
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Review of Literature
10.3 Data and Methodology
10.4 Empirical Findings
10.5 Concluding Remarks
11 Viewing IT and ITeS as the New Opportunity in the Changing Developmental Paradigms of the Indian Economy
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Motivations from Existing Literature and Research Gaps
11.2.1 Review of Select Literature
11.2.2 Research Gap
11.3 Empirical Methodology—Findings and Discussions Thereof
11.3.1 The Model
11.3.2 Data and Methodology
11.3.3 Results and Interpretations
11.4 Concluding Remarks and Suggestions Thereof
Part IIRole of IT-ITES Upon Environment, Health, Education and Employment
12 IT Industry, Environmental Regulations and International Trade-A Two-Sided General Equilibrium Approach
12.1 Introduction
12.2 The Benchmark Model
12.2.1 Production Process in the South
12.2.2 Production Process in the North
12.3 Productivity, IT Industry and International Capital Mobility
12.3.1 Autarky
12.3.2 Asymmetric Technological Progress, Environmental Regulations and IT Industry
12.3.3 Open Economy
12.4 Concluding Remarks
13 Mobile Phone Penetration and Health Outcome: Panel Evidence from 25 Selected Asian Countries
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Diffusion of Mobile Telephony and Health: Reviewing the Value of Communication
13.2.1 Mobile Phone and Socioeconomic Development
13.2.2 Mobile Phone and Health
13.2.3 Mobile Phone and Child Mortality
13.3 Methodological Issues
13.3.1 Data
13.3.2 Cross-Section Dependence Test
13.3.3 Panel Unit Root
13.3.4 Pedroni’s Cointegration Technique
13.3.5 Fully Modified Ordinary Least Square(FMOLS) and Dynamic Ordinary Least Square(DOLS) Techniques
13.4 Analysis of Results
13.4.1 Cross-Section Dependency and Panel Unit Root Tests Results
13.4.2 Cointegration Test Results
13.4.3 Outcomes of FMOLS and DOLS
13.5 Conclusion
14 Challenges of Health Sustainability in IT-ITES Industry in India
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Literature Review
14.3 Objective of the Study and Methodology
14.4 Structure of the Primary Survey
14.5 Major Attributes of IT and Non-IT Sectors
14.6 Comparison of Major Health Disorders Between the IT and Non-IT Sector
14.7 Magnitude of Computer-Related Health Problems in IT-ITES
14.8 Magnitude of Computer-Related Health Problem by Sex and Type of Work in Non-IT
14.9 Empirical Analysis
14.9.1 Estimation Using Binary Logistic Regression Model
14.9.2 Major Findings of the Primary Health Survey on IT and Non-IT Employees
14.10 Conclusion
15 Network Society—Towards a Holistic Approach to Human Development in Asia
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Literature Review
15.3 Objective and Rationale of the Study
15.4 Qualitative Analysis and Data Sources and Selection
15.4.1 Descriptive (Qualitative) Analysis
15.4.2 Cross-Correlation
15.4.3 Data Sources and Sample Selection
15.5 Research Methodology
15.6 Empirical Analysis and Results
15.7 Conclusion and Policy Implications
16 Role of ICT in Sustainable Agricultural Development—The Case of India
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Literature Review and Research Gap
16.3 Empirical Estimation and Results Analyses
16.4 Stationarity Check and Cointegration Test
16.5 Quantile Regression
16.6 Fully Modified OLS (FMOLS)
16.7 Conclusion
17 The Effect of Knowledge and Skill-Based Production on Agricultural Employment: An Empirical Analysis in the Sample of South Korea
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Theoretical Background
17.3 The Situation of Agricultural Employment and Economic Complexity in the South Korean Economy
17.4 The Literature
17.5 Data and Methodology
17.6 Conclusion
18 Information Communication Technology and Self-Employment
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Literature Review
18.3 Theoretical Framework and Hypothesis Development
18.3.1 Model and Variable Definition
18.4 Estimation and Results
18.5 Conclusion
19 An Introspective Study on the Emergence of Sharing Economy and the Role of IT & ITES Therein with Special Reference to India
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Review of Literature
19.3 Objective of the Study
19.4 Methodology
19.4.1 Conceptual Framework
19.5 Concluding Remarks
19.5.1 Limitations of the Study
19.5.2 Epilogue
20 Automation in Manufacturing: The Effects on Formal and Informal Sectors
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Literature Review
20.3 Objective
20.4 Basic Model
20.5 Conclusion
21 Design of Knowledge Base Model for Home Loan: Case Study of a Bank in India
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Literature Review
21.3 The Role of Knowledge-Based System
21.4 Methodology
21.5 Empirical Results and Discussion
21.5.1 Steps to Be Followed with Regard to the Loan Disbursement
21.5.2 Knowledge Acquisition Phase
21.5.3 Knowledge Representation Phase
21.5.4 Rule Base Design
21.5.5 Discussion
21.6 Conclusion
22 Role of IT and ITES in the Indian Education Sector
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Literature Review and Research Gap
22.3 Empirical Estimation and Results Analyses
22.4 Conclusion
23 Significant Role of Infosys BPO Industry in Economic Development of India
23.1 Introduction
23.2 Conceptual Framework
23.3 Evolution and Growth of BPO in India
23.4 Impact of BPO on the Indian Economy
23.5 Issues and Challenges of the BPO Sector
23.6 An Overview of Infosys BPO in India
23.7 Literature Review
23.8 Objective of the Study
23.9 Data Source and Methodology
23.10 Results and Discussion
23.11 Conclusion and Recommendation
24 Data Protection in Market-Driven Network Economies
24.1 Introduction
24.2 Literature Review
24.3 Method Used for Article Collection
24.4 Theoretical Framework and Hypothesis Development
24.5 Discussion and Findings for G-7 Economies:
24.6 Conclusion

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