In a country like India where the stock market is undergoing significant transformation with liberalization measures, and the analysis of the nature of integration with other developed and emerging markets would not only give an idea of the possible gains to be reaped out of portfolio diversification from Indian market, but may also provide some indication of the vulnerability of the country’s stock market in case of a regional financial crisis and consequent reversal of capital flows from the region. In this context the book has been organized into six chapters. The first chapter deals with conceptually frame certain important issues in capital markets. The second chapter reviews some of the existing theoretical and empirical studies made on stock market integration. The third chapter looks at the structure, growth and development of stock markets in India and overview of the global stock markets. The fourth chapter discusses the model design to be employed including Granger causality, co integration and error correction method. The fifth chapter presents the empirical findings and the final chapter summarizes the study and conclusions.