Ecofunomics 2021

Ecofunomics is an annual peer-reviewed journal that spreads the light of knowledge. It was established on February 16th, 2018. The purpose was to bring fun to the subject of economics. We publish knowledgeable reads, and academic articles, papers in easy and simple words with relatable examples and research questions. Ecofunomics is an educational and research organization to feed knowledge to curious minds. As knowledge serves the best interest, we try to enlighten society with the torch of knowledge. Ecofunomics strives to uplift underprivileged students, empower female students, and add fun spice to education.

Title: Ecofunomics

Frequency: Annually

Publisher: Ecofunomics LLP

Copyrights: Ecofunomics

Starting Year: 2018

Subject: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publication Format: Online

Email ID: contact@ecofunomics.com

Mobile No: +91-7482028953

Website: http://www.ecofunomics.com

Year – 2021 | Volume 4 | Issue 1

Paper 1Sustainable Development Goals and COVID-19
Prof. Mahalaya Chatterjee,
Centre for Urban Studies, Department of Economics,
Calcutta University.
paper 2Religious and Identity groups determine poverty?
Ms. Shreya Roy, Founder, Ecofunomics LLP
Ph.D. Research Scholar (Economics)
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
Paper 3Is COVID-19 a Blessing-in-Disguise for The Less Fertile Women?!
Dr. Aruna Kalra
Senior Gynaecologist and Obstetrician
CK Birla Hospital (Gurugram)
& Director at Mums Clinic (Gurugram)
Paper 4Sharing Economy: A complement or a substitute?
Mr. Himadri Shekhar Chakrabarty
Doctoral Fellow (Economics)
Indian Institute of Management (Calcutta)
Paper 5Economic Growth Since 1950: A Brief History
Mr. Sayantan Ghosh
Research Assistant,
University of Oxford
Paper 6Cashless Economy is Leading Us Towards Slavery?
Mr. Sumon Banerjee,
Chief Operating Officer,
Ecofunomics LLP
Paper 7Misinformation and the Contemporary World
Ms. Stuti Bawa
Consultant,
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
&
Ms. Sugandha Huria
Doctoral Fellow (Economics),
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Paper 8Women in Higher Education: A West Bengal Case Study
Dr. Prosenjit Mukherjee
Assistant Professor
Bangabasi College,
University of Calcutta
Paper 9Unhealthy Journalism- Some News Causes More Harm Than Good!
Mahak Huria
PR Executive, LusterPR
PG Diploma
Business Journalism and Corporate Communication
University of Delhi.
&
Sachin Shukla
Business Associate, Immeasurable Corporation
PG Diploma
Business Journalism and Corporate Communication
University of Delhi.
&
Sushmita Shukla
M.A. History
University of Delhi.
Paper 10Child Abuse – The Megan’s Law
Vinie Shrivastava
MA Economics, B.Ed
Paper 11Shadow Banking & its investment perspective
Ms. Aaroohi Dudeja,
Data Scientist.
&
MA Economics, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.
Paper 12Women’s Health – A New Global Agenda
Ms. Manisha Chopra,
nutritionist, dietician, and fitness Expert,
Colorado University
Paper 13Gender Discrimination and Its Mental Effects
Mr. Shivang Mathur
Senior Journalist & Motivational Speaker.
Asian School of Media studies
Paper 14Women – Her First Struggle for Acceptance
Sushmita Shukla
M.A. History
University of Delhi.
&
Sachin Shukla
Business Associate, Immeasurable Corporation
PG Diploma
Business Journalism and Corporate Communication
University of Delhi
&
Mahak Huria
PR Executive, Luster PR
PG Diploma
Business Journalism and Corporate Communication
University of Delhi.

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