Government Policies And Their Impact On The Competitiveness Of Emerging Markets


  • Salman Khan Management Sciences, Bahawalpur University of Media Studies Author


Emerging markets represent dynamic economic landscapes characterized by rapid growth, innovation, and evolving market structures. Government policies play a pivotal role in shaping the competitiveness of these markets. This paper aims to analyze the multifaceted relationship between government policies and the competitiveness of emerging markets. Drawing on a comprehensive review of existing literature, this study examines various dimensions through which government policies influence competitiveness, including regulatory frameworks, trade policies, fiscal measures, and investment incentives. Additionally, the paper explores the impact of political stability, institutional quality, and policy consistency on the attractiveness of emerging markets for domestic and foreign investors. Furthermore, it investigates how government interventions in key sectors such as infrastructure, education, and technology can enhance or impede competitiveness. By synthesizing insights from theoretical frameworks and empirical studies, this paper provides a nuanced understanding of the complex interplay between government policies and competitiveness in emerging markets. The findings underscore the importance of proactive and coherent policy measures in fostering a conducive environment for sustainable economic growth, innovation, and global integration. This research contributes to the ongoing discourse on the role of government in driving competitiveness and offers valuable insights for policymakers, businesses, and academics seeking to navigate the dynamic landscape of emerging markets.




How to Cite

Government Policies And Their Impact On The Competitiveness Of Emerging Markets. (2023). Competitive Research Journal Archive, 1(02), 180-189.