Impact of Foreign Direct Investment over the City Form, a case of Hyderabad City, India
Shivam Nayak 1, Yogesh M. Keskar2
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The growing integration of economies and societies of various countries around the world has been one of the most debated topics during the past years. Globalization has a significant impact on the development pattern of the developing country, the concerns of the inequality and environmental degradation due to globalization is a debatable topic. To improve the economic conditions and development pace of the country various country have used the tool of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The liberalization of the foreign direct investment policies in India in early 1990s had played a major role in the growth of FDI flow in India. FDI played a multidimensional role in the overall development of the cities in Indian and shaping its present form. It also has enhances the in migration, housing demand, infrastructure requirements in the urban centres were the Multi National Enterprises (MNE’s) has made there setups. Government of India (GOI) has taken various other reforms from the past two decades on the same lines after 1991. Though there are many factors affecting city growth and city form, in this paper we are focusing on the impact of FDI over the city form with a case of Hyderabad city.