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‘New Issues’ in Innovation and Information Trade: A Study with Reference to Information Economy in India

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Rajesh Many - Mahatma Gandhi University, School of International Relations and Politics


In an information economy, ‘information’ is exchanged explicitly as a commodity or the ‘information’ isembedded in some product good or service. Information as a commodity in an information economy has allproperties of other economic goods that are traded in the framework of the conventional world trading system.This study argues that if a piece of information is produced within the boundaries of a nation using its ownresources, it would be considered as the product of that nation and any kind of cross national profit generationbased on that particular piece of information should come under the purview of the rules and regulations ofinternational trade. However, current global trading policies disregard this fact due to the prevailing structuraldisorder in the economies of peripheral regions in the world system. This structural disorder is exogenouslygenerated and rooted from the core nations as an outcome of capitalistic innovations and its higher leveldiffusion in the peripheral economies. For instance, the rapid pace of the diffusion of capitalist internetinformation tools in emerging information economies like India creates an economic vagueness in theirinnovation systems, and implicitly contributes economic underdevelopment in peripheral economies. The‘crowdsourcing’ systems of information and knowledge which are invented by capitalist innovators diffuse thesocioeconomic chaos in the region of peripheral economies and reaffirm the emergence of a new regime of theworld system. In other words, ‘information’ is the key factor of production in an information economy and theproduction of such information is a knowledge and cost-intensive activity. The present world trading system andtrade policies in the peripheral region ignores these factors due to a prevailing ambiguity in the conventionalwisdom of international trade. For instance, information economy-driven capitalist innovations like Facebook,Google, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. accumulates huge profits from peripheral regions by enabling themultilateral trade of ‘information’ which generated within the national boundaries of peripheral economies usingtheir own economic resources. This systemic error leads emerging economies like India to underdevelopment.Emerging market economies in the world should adopt appropriate policy measures to raise these issues in thevenues of trade policy formulating bodies and forums.


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