Nurturing Economics Academic Ecosystem in India: Some Observations

Nurturing Economics Academic Ecosystem in India: Some Observations

Economics is fun and with little effort can be made appealing to students and practitioners. Operating in narrow pre-defined contours, what emerges is the opposite.

 

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