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Articles are invited for the January-March 2024, volume 26, Issue 102, Please choose your themes and submit your articles.

1. Masala Bonds:  suitability for securing funds for development purposes by the Government of India.
2. Green Bonds and sustainable finance.
3. Upskilling: Process and Progress.
4. Green Fuel Vehicles: Coexistence of technologies like NEVs and ICE to continue.
5. Stopping Global Food wastage: A massive challenge.
6. Increase in Pollution in cities: a matter of great concern.
7. A Neutral Geo-political Stance will bring more and more FDI in India.
8. Assemblies and General Elections: Manifold opportunities for the youth
9. The Extension of Free Food Scheme for another 5 years by the GOI will strain finances.
10. Illegal betting and gambling apps.
11. The Green Economy: Contributing millions of jobs in the country

Articles may be mailed to us at by 15 January 2024. First come first served. The processing charge will be as per the rules.  

Authors are invited to submit their original research papers, case studies, reviews, or work in progress, within the broad scope of these themes. Foreign authors may send their articles on any other theme important in the context of their country's economy or relevant from the global perspective.


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