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Attention authors/contributors to the Articles

* All authors must send a signed Declaration of Originality of the content, as mentioned at the bottom of this page.

* Please furnish e-mail, phone & mailing address for the convenience of readers

* The article should be in APA format in 10 pages maximum and should include the latest data. Articles written long back and submitted without revision would be rejected. Articles should be mailed to us; no hard copy is required.

* In case the experts demand modification of the article, the contributor will have to submit the same at an early date to avail of publication.

* Articles must be original. If any of the material has been published or submitted elsewhere. This must be made clear when the article is submitted.

This journal is a peer-reviewed journal. Research articles are sent to external experts in a similar field to evaluate the article and suggest/demand any modifications. The publication will take place only after the author submits desired changes or places his point of argument in favor of not doing so. The editorial board takes a final decision to publish or not to publish.

Mandatory Charges/Fee for Article Processing (for Indian authors)

Articles may be submitted for forthcoming issues by email and subsequently giving a declaration of Originality and sending Rs. 1100 (including handling charges, not refundable), as processing charge in single authorship (Rs. 1400 for two authors and Rs.1800 for three co-authors).

 Extraordinary articles are not charged any fee, and this will be at the editor's sole discretion. Articles which are invited on special topics of national and international significance. are not charged any fee.
Other articles are charged fees depending on the number of coauthors which may range from Rs.1100 to 1700.

*On publication, each author will be sent one hard and one digital copy of the journal (for restricted self-promotional use only)

*Payments may be made by cheque or draft payable to ECONOMIC CHALLENGER. If articles are rejected, new submissions can be made with a new processing fee of Rs. 500 again.
* Foreign authors have to pay $100 per author as a processing charge, they will be sent a separate invoice for direct payments.

*Extraordinary articles won't be charged any fee, and this will be at the editor's sole discretion.


Mandatory Charges/Fee for Article Processing (for foreign authors)
* Foreign contributors, who do not need any soft or hard copy of the published article, do not need to pay the processing charge.

-Those who need only a soft copy on the net will have to pay USD 30.
-Those who need a print copy of the journal need to pay USD 80. 
-Those who need both soft & hard copies need to pay USD 100.
*Extraordinary articles won't be charged any fee, and this will be at the editor's sole discretion 

I/we .............& ...............&................, the author/s of the article titled ...................................................... hereby declare that.
(a) It is my/our original work
(b) No part on any book or journal has been reported without acknowledgment,
(c) Does not form part of any article already published,
(d) Has not been sent for publication elsewhere,
(e) I/we take the responsibility for the views and opinions expressed in the article and
(f) After publication, I/we accept the clause that my article ownership/copyright belongs to the Magazine.

Author/s/Co-authors (name, signature, date)

* As a pre-condition the author should assign exclusive copyright to the 'Editor, Economic Challenger'. This will ensure that third parties' requests to reproduce articles are handled efficiently and consistently and allow the article to be as widely disseminated as possible. After assigning copyright to the journal, authors may use their own material in other publications, provided that this journal is acknowledged as the original place of publication. In some cases, we may require complete copyright transfer of the article, to Economic Challenger.
* The editorial board and the economic challenger are not responsible for views expressed by the authors.

Dr. M M Kothari

Executive Editor

Economic Challenger (A peer-reviewed international journal)
76, Sarveshwar Nagar
AJMER 305001, Rajasthan, INDIA
Cell +91 98291 21749

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Economic Challenger online version: ISSUE- 91, APRIL-JUNE 2021
The Economic Challenger 76 Serveshwar Nagar, AJMER 1998 ISSN: 0975 - 1351 Listed EBSCO Acceptance of paper after review.
AUTHORS’Articles details on Google Scholar under the title ECONOMIC CHALLENGER. 

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