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Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, etc Virtual or otherwise

 Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Virtual or otherwise

Institutions, Colleges, and companies holding Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, etc in Commerce/Economics/Management, and in any allied disciplines may send to us their proceedings and papers presented for publication in our regular issues brought out every January/April/July/December during the year.

After the Conference/Seminar is over, the papers presented by the participants must be given wide publicity through journals like E.C. so that upcoming researchers and scholars are facilitated in carrying forward their work and that the experiences are shared by the business/industry/trade circles even after the events have been completed.

We welcome suggestions from the academic and business fraternity in the accomplishment of this mission through Economic Challenger.

We will appreciate it if the publishing space is reserved by various entities well in advance of the dates of holding the event.

We will publish selected articles without any charges for the forthcoming issue and provide soft copies to each and every author. Contact 9829121749. 


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