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ARTICLES INVITED FOR JULY- SEPTEMBER 2022 ISSUE

 ARTICLES INVITED FOR JULY- SEPTEMBER 2022 ISSUE


Articles are invited for July-September 2022, Volume 24, Issue 96.  Please choose your themes from  the following and submit them:

1. NBFCs, HFCs, FIN-TECHs, and now DIGITAL BANKING: Are the banks on the cusp of a revolution in lending?

2. Key Policy Rate Hikes and Inflation Worries in India.

3. Population dividend and high growth of unemployment are contradictory to each other.  These must be balanced. India needs a program of strong, sustainable, and equitable growth, that brings together all minorities, including women and Muslims, into the fold and takes them along.

4. The 4-year AGNIPATH for AGNIVEERS-Pros & Cons.

5. The 5-G Spectrum Auction: Likely to see a muted bidding. 

6. Issues raised at WTO Ministerial meet 2022 in Geneva.

7. If the STAGFLATION is to become prominent globally it has to start essentially from the USA.

Articles may be mailed to us at editoreconomicchallenger.net latest by 31 July 2022. First come first served. No processing charge on the articles on the above topics.  Soft copies of the journal will be provided. While submitting articles and to avail free of charge publishing please give reference to this post dated 19 June 2022. Please visit regularly our website economicchallenger.net 

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