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According to the proponents of traditional development theory, economic development hinges on the growth of modern capitalistic industry. Such a process is supposed to transform the traditional sector....

The geopolitical landscape is currently undergoing a major transition, prompting a re-evaluation of the post-World War II international order. The rise of a new Eastern bloc, led by Russia, China, and....

Malapportionment is deeply contested in the “first-past-the-post” election system because it violates the fundamental democratic principle of “one person, one vote” (OPOV). Malapportionment is the....

Human–wildlife conflicts (HWCs) are rooted in the social ecology of their geography and its inhabitants. The rise of habitat fragmentation among wildlife has seen a concomitant increase in HWCs across....

Multidimensional poverty in Uttar Pradesh is examined by employing a harmonised multidimensional poverty index methodology based on National Family Health Surveys. The results show that poverty....

In most developing countries, economic growth is predominantly led by consumption demand rather than being driven by production or investment. This might be because of the existence of a dominant....

In his renowned “The Gettysburg Address,” Abraham Lincoln (1863) once intimated that democracy entails self-determination calling for a “government of the people, by the people, for the people.” The....

Social identities such as a person’s gender, caste, religion or ethnic/linguistic background continue to play an important role in determining their social and economic outcomes such as access to....

The livestock sector’s contribution to the agricultural economy has been increasing over time. Between 1970 and 2020, the share of livestock in the value of agricultural output increased from 17% to....