DEVELOPING DELHI   TO ATTRACT  INVESTMENT Delhi Workshop / VenhoevenCS        Dr. Ronald Wall  IHS/ERASMUS UNIVERSITY
1. Globalization concerns a ‘society of cities’ in   which ‘no city develops in isolation’ (Storper   1997).2. Firms are t...
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(Source: Wall 2009)1.   9,243 investments between firms in     2,259 cities.2.   Represents 50% of world economy3.   Prima...
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Market size                                                geSalary variation                                             ...
Destination City   Projects   % Projects   Companies   % CompaniesBangalore                   986       14.64%         709...
Source City   Projects   % Projects   Companies   % CompaniesTokyo                     32        6.72%         26         ...
Developing delhi-profit model
Developing delhi-profit model
Developing delhi-profit model
Developing delhi-profit model
Developing delhi-profit model
Developing delhi-profit model
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Developing delhi-profit model

  1. 1. DEVELOPING DELHI TO ATTRACT INVESTMENT Delhi Workshop / VenhoevenCS Dr. Ronald Wall IHS/ERASMUS UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. 1. Globalization concerns a ‘society of cities’ in which ‘no city develops in isolation’ (Storper 1997).2. Firms are the essential reason why cities are interconnected (Pred 1977).3. The top 500 multinationals in 2004 accounted for 90% of world investments and 50% of global trade (Rugman 2005).
  3. 3. ge ed FD tal l ow piKn I Ca g e w led o l Kn p i ta Ca DI F Knowledge Capital FDI
  4. 4. (Source: Wall 2009)1. 9,243 investments between firms in 2,259 cities.2. Represents 50% of world economy3. Primarily between developed cities4. Africa has on 1% of connections, but 10% of world population.
  5. 5. B AB B
  6. 6. B A B
  7. 7. HAMBURGROTTERDAM FRANKFURT
  8. 8. Market size geSalary variation edHousing prices FD tal l owUnemployment piEducation levels Kn I CaCorporate taxes gRegional / national investments l ed owPublic investments Kn e alHeadquartersBusiness culture tIndustrial sectors piInnovation levelsEntrepeneurship Ca DIInformal economy FLand prices Know ledg e Capital F DI HousingAirports Land pricesRail indicators DensityRoas indicators CrimeAccessibility Public sericesPublic transport SchoolsCommunications Parks Shops Recreation Health serices
  9. 9. Destination City Projects % Projects Companies % CompaniesBangalore 986 14.64% 709 22.26%Mumbai 696 10.34% 607 19.06%Chennai 558 8.29% 436 13.69%New Delhi 476 7.07% 436 13.69%Hyderabad 409 6.07% 316 9.92%Pune 400 5.94% 315 9.89%Gurgaon 165 2.45% 145 4.55%Kolkata 136 2.02% 120 3.77%Noida 105 1.56% 84 2.64%Ahmedabad 76 1.13% 71 2.23%Other Cities 2,727 40.50% 2,123 66.66% Totals 6,734 100% 5,362 168.35%
  10. 10. Source City Projects % Projects Companies % CompaniesTokyo 32 6.72% 26 5.96%London 23 4.83% 23 5.28%New York 21 4.41% 21 4.82%Paris 16 3.36% 15 3.44%Dubai 13 2.73% 12 2.75%Moscow 9 1.89% 8 1.83%Munich 8 1.68% 6 1.38%Hong Kong 7 1.47% 6 1.38%Amsterdam 6 1.26% 4 0.92%Singapore 6 1.26% 6 1.38%Other Cities 335 70.38% 310 71.10% Totals 476 100% 437 100.23%

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