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JANUARY - DECEMBER  2019

Executive Editor: Dr. M M Kothari (editor@economicchallenger.net)

Associate Editor: Manoj Kothari (manoj@economicchallenger.net)

1. Dr. R. Shashi Kumar                  
Director -- Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy 
Professor and Chairman (BOE)
Principal Researcher -- India-EU Trade and Investment Relations (UGC, New Delhi)
Project Director -- Inclusive Growth in India (ICSSR, New Delhi)Department of Economics, Bangalore University
Bangalore-560 056 India 

2. Prof.T.Krishna Kumar
Department of Commerce
Osmania University
Hyderabad -500 007
krishnakumar1960@gmail.com
2.
Dr Naresh Kumar Sharma
Prof. & Dean, School of Economics
University of Hyderabad
Hyderabad-500046
nksharma@uohyd.ac.in

3. Dr M K Sinha,
Dept of Economics
Nagaland University,
Lumami -798627
Nagaland
mithileshkumarsinha5@gmail.com

4.Dr. Santosh Nandal
Prof. & Head, Dept. of Economics, Maharshi Dayanand University
Rohtak – 124001
Haryana
santoshnandal@yahoo.in


5. Dr.A.R.Aryasri
Secretary, Institute of Management Consultants of India (IMCI) Hyderabad Chapter
Joint Secretary, HMA
Former Professor, School of Management Studies, CBIT  and 
Former Director; Professor, School of Management Studies, JNTU 
Flat No.213, 11-4-650 Sovereign Shelter Apartments,
Near Hotel Ganga Jamuna, Niloufer Hospital Road,
Lakadi Ka Pul, Hyderabad
Aryasri9@gmail.com

6. Sujata Pandey.
Director,  Atharva Institute of Management
Studies, Mumbai
sujata.mgmt@gmail.com

7. Dr. Udai Prakash Sinha
Professor; Head
University Dept. of Economics
T.M.B.U. Bhagalpur
upsinha.56@gmail.com









  










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    I am Afzalur Rahman. Earlier I have published one of my article in your steamed journal after getting reference from Dr. M. C Prasad.

    Now again me and one of my friend Mr. Nadir from Bakhtar University, Kabul want to publish our paper in your journal.

    But in this side you have not provided your email id to send the journal and unfortunately I have lost your mobile number and email id.

    Kindly do the needful so that we can send our article to you.

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    1. Dear Mr Afzalur Rahman

      Unfortunately we missed your message. Please send your article to editor@economicchallenger.net
      cell 91+9829121749

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  2. Dear Dr.Kothari,

    Happy afternoon! I would like to know if you will accept any research article (empirical) on HR or are you particular only about thematic papers? I have an article of mine published by you earlier but long ago. Kindly revert by return of mail so that I can send my contribution within a fortnight.

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    1. Dear K P Malathishiri Shiri

      We welcome all types of articles whether thematic or empirical. Please send your article for October issue.

      Delete


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