Public Policy in the aftermath of COVID-19 Pandemic Ecofunomics, Vol 5 – Issue 1, 16th Jan 2023, pp. 37-40 Author: Mr. Hardik GuptaPh.D. Research ScholarDepartment
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Impact of Afghanistan’s current situation on Global Trade
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Face-Recognized Trip to the Mall
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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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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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Internship Opportunity – Economika 2022-2023
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Higher qualification or job experience?!
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Gender Discrimination and Its Mental Effects
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Women’s Health – A New Global Agenda
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Shadow Banking & its investment perspective
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Ola & Uber – India’s Leading Aggregators
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Child Abuse – The Megan’s Law
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The Modern Charade of the Developing Economy
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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
Abstract Quality education is important for a woman to build a strong personality to work and live in an increasingly competitive world. Higher education is
Sharing Economy: A complement or a substitute?
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Economic Growth Since 1950: A Brief History
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Unhealthy Journalism- Some News Causes More Harm Than Good!
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Misinformation and the Contemporary World
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INDIAN CONTRACT ACT, 1872
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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