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Impact of Afghanistan’s current situation on Global Trade
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Transformative Learning in Business Education
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Oil Crisis due to the Russian-Ukraine War
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Mobile Money Service Provider
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Time-path of Fossil Fuel’s Price- A Math Eco article
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Consumer Behavior Concerning Fast Fashion
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Demographic Distribution can affect Social Welfare?
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Economika 2023 Call for Chapters
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Lifestyle inflation is not a new term to an economist or anybody who has taken up economics during their coursework irrespective of whether the student
Shadow Banking & its investment perspective
Shadow banking refers to credit intermediation being conducted outside the regular banking system. This article focuses on the scope of shadow banking along with its
Child Abuse – The Megan’s Law
Child abuse is any kind of ill-treatment of a child. According to the latest reports, India witnesses 53% of child abuse cases every year. Out
Religious and Identity groups determine poverty?
Abstract According to the literature, poverty is affected by different categorical variables such as gender, geographical area, education, religious groups, etc. However, this article focuses
Women in Higher Education: A West Bengal Case Study
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Sharing Economy: A complement or a substitute?
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Economic Growth Since 1950: A Brief History
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Introverts and E-commerce: Creating a demand-pull?
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COVID 19 killed our economy or Is It Reboot-able?!
COVID 19 has stabbed our Economy. The world has stopped, interest rates tending zero and GPD growth rate has already dropped below zero. Our economy
Education Does Not Guarantee Income Opportunities
People spend huge expenses on their college education with the expectation of high-income opportunity. However, recent research proved that educated people also fell below the
Income Inequality in India – using Lorenz Curve
Income Inequality is a term that defines the income distribution pattern in a country or economy among its citizens. If the range (highest income minus
Food delivery apps – A case study analyzing the trend
Food delivery apps and online food delivery services are the new emerging trend of the 21st century. With the increased utilization of technology, reshaping the
Cashless Economy is Leading Us Towards Slavery?
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Socialist Economy is creating a Stockholm syndrome?
A Socialist economy, as we all know, is an economy that is under the control of the authorities. Here, the government is responsible for the
Disinvestment in India is a good Strategy?
Privatization and disinvestment mean the shrinking of the welfare state. If one examines the achievement of the PSEs by the yardsticks they expected to achieve, one would observe that many of these objectives have at best met with limited success.
Sustainable Development Goals and COVID-19
Sustainable development Goals, there are 17 goals as such, but they are sometimes overlapping, sometimes intricately linked, so it becomes difficult to discuss them separately.
Parkinson’s Law: Procrastination or productivity?
Parkinson’s law is spoken about since 1955, especially in the corporate world. But lately, it has lost its essence, as we have started to normalize
Women Empowerment: Diversity, Unity, Equality?
Women empowerment and gender equality started after India became a sovereign state in 1947. Constitution of India from article 14 to 16 guarantees equal rights
Industrialization and the big development push!
Industrialization is the major driving component of the major developed country of our world. This article is devoted to developing a theory of how industrialization can gradually divide it into core and periphery. Production firms tend to cluster in regions with greater demand.
Will Diaspora affect the social well-being?
Diaspora and development has swung back and forth like a pendulum. India has the largest Diaspora population with, 18 million people living outside their homeland
Academic Research can brighten student’s career!
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 report released by the government recently provides some light at the end of the tunnel. Ecofunomics has pledged to provide knowledge services to one and all. We have readers spread across 70+ countries. We shall give you an international platform to broadcast your research work and subject skills