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    • Development strategies of selected East Asian economies possible implications for India 

      Bhat, Gulshan Farooq (Central University of Punjab, 2021)
      The sustainable and inclusive economic development in East Asia had been remarkable and spectacularly diverse since the last few decades. This outstanding economic growth has evoked a stream of debate on such a miraculous ...
    • DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN INDIA’S EXPORTS, 1980-2016 

      Fayaz, Mohd. (Central University of Punjab, 2018)
      The international trade flows have been dramatically expanding due to the growing integration of the world economies and have experienced spectacular changes over the past few decades. For that reason, the present study ...
    • An economic analysis of cotton crop failure in the mansa district of punjab. 

      Singh, Harpreet (Central University of Punjab, 2017)
      At the time of the green revolution, there is a huge increase in the productivity of wheat and rice. Among the various states, Punjab was the leader of the green revolution in India. But from the late 1980s, decline in ...
    • An economic analysis of groundwater depletion in sangrur 

      Pavneet (Central University of Punjab, 2014)
      The adoption of high yielding variety seeds, increased in use of chemical fertilizers and irrigation has helped in raising the income level of the farmers and total foodgrain production. But it cannot be denied that ...
    • An empirical analysis of growth determinants in India and South Korea: Possible lessons for India 

      Bhat, Gulshan Farooq; Bhatia, Sandeep Kaur; Bhat, G.F.; Bhatia, S.K. (Asociacion Euro-Americana de Estudios del Desarrollo, 2017)
      Since the second half of the twentieth century, most imperative experience in the rise of the global economy had been the upswing of East Asian industrializing countries including South Korea. The spectacular sociopolitical ...
    • India-Pakistan Trade: Problems, Prospects and Challenges 

      Manisha (Central University of Punjab, 2018)
      The economic cooperation has been challenging in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region. Due to the political conflicts between India and Pakistan, development of the South Asia has been on ...
    • Socio-economic implications of pesticide use in bathinda district of the punjab state 

      Kaur, Harvinder (Central University of Punjab, 2014)
      The excessive use of the pesticides in agriculture has not only increased production cost but also led to negative externalities. The present study is an attempt to analyse the socio-economic implications of pesticide ...
    • Trends , Patterns and Determinants of Indian Current Account Deficit 

      Fayaz, Mohd; Bhatia, Sandeep Kaur (Euro-American Association of Economic Development Studies, 2016)
      India’s current account experience deteriorated due to its large dependence on imports and un-competitiveness of exports. The relation between external and internal balances, with deficit in specific, deserves significant ...