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The concept of geography is a crucial element of building effective public health interventions, for example, to know where a disease outbreak is occurring, or where scarce resources, such as....

Agriculture has long been the subject matter of studies, not only due to its contribution to food security, but also because of its capacity to absorb a major share of the working age population. The....

In the global South, contextual and motivational factors guide the state policies on social welfare policies and cannot be analogous to the idea of a typical welfare state in the industrialised....

The exponential growth of digital transactions in the past decade, especially in the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, has resulted in the huge generation of data whether in terms of volumes....

The debate around the “Kerala model of development” has unfortunately remained stuck within the binary of growth, on the one hand, and human development-cum-distribution, on the other. Coming out of....

Although often overlooked, the domestic workers’ labour serves as the engine of the economy. Women, who constitute the largest section of this labour, are at the forefront of both paid and unpaid work....

The world is becoming increasingly interconnected because of a huge growth in trade and cultural exchange facilitated by globalisation. However, there are differing views on global trade openness of....

Conventional planning ... seemed more and more discredited. Instead, planning turned from regulating urban growth, to encouraging it by any and every possible means. Cities, the new message rang loud....

While it is well-established that maternal education positively impacts infant and child outcomes, less is known about its influence on adolescents. We explore how maternal education affects learning....

Cooperative banking in India was initially started as a movement to handle issues of rural credit and the Cooperative Societies Act, 1904 gave a defined shape to the cooperative movement. However, its....

Since India’s independence, Indian policymakers have been concerned about self-sufficiency in foodgrain production. Unequal distribution of resources, land in particular, was considered an impediment....

[O]ur ancestors were either landless peasants or poor agricultural l abourers … who were brought here (to East Bengal) by the British … mostly from the interiors of Kanpur, Allahabad, Lucknow, Andhra....

Existing network literature throws considerable light on how to manage networks; however, relatively less attention has been paid to understanding the obstacles faced by networks (McGuire and Agranoff....

The top 500 corporations presently account for a third of world income as a whole. In terms of revenues earned in 2017, 69 of the top 100 economic entities were corporations, not the governments....

The success of monetary policy lies in not just effectively controlling the current overnight interest rates but also influencing market expectations regarding its future path (Woodford 2001)....