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    • Export and import potentials of Pakistan to other SAARC countries in gravity panel data models 

      Bhatia, S.K.; Nanda, P. (2011)
      Pakistan's export and import potential to other SAARC nations has been calculated with the help of gravity model using panel data methodology (pooled model, fixed effect model and random effect model) by taking the time ...
    • India’s Trade with Central Asia: Trends and Prospects 

      Kaur, Sandeep (IACD- Institute of Asian Culture and Development, 2011)
      Although the countries of Central Asia have been integrated in the global economy, their economic relations with India have been declined significantly. India’s BOT with all Central Asian countries (except Uzbekistan) ...
    • Determinants of Export Services of USA with its Asian Partners: A Panel Data Analysis 

      Kaur, Sandeep (Ala-Too International University, Bishkek, 2011)
      Trade in services has accounted for 20 per cent of global trade. Despite the increasing importance of services trade in global economy, there has been limited research on service trade which uses determinants driving such ...
    • AN ANALYSIS OF ACTUAL AND POTENTIAL EXPORTS OF PAKISTAN WITH SAARC COUNTRIES: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS 

      Kaur, Sandeep; Nanda, Paramjit (Applied Economics Research Centre (AERC), 2011)
      Among the SAARC countries, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka had a share of 2.1 per cent, 1.4 per cent and 0.9 percent respectively, in the total exports of Pakistan. Therefore, it becomes imperative to study Pakistan's ...
    • Migration, transnationalism, and ambivalence: The Punjab-United Kingdom linkage 

      Qureshi, K.; Varghese, V.J.; Osella, F.; Rajan, S.I. (Springer Netherlands, 2012)
      This chapter investigates developments in the Punjab-UK transnational space, a long-standing and extensive migration corridor. Within India?s diverse migration history, Punjab?s specificity is its particular historical ...
    • Indian Punjabi skilled migrants in Britain: Of brain drain and under-employment 

      Qureshi, K.; Varghese, V.J.; Osella, F. (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2013)
      Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the careers of skilled migrants from Indian Punjab. This study complicates the normalization of skilled migration as a "win-win" situation by examining the career trajectories ...
    • Cointegration, Causality and Impulse Response Analysis in Major Apple Markets of India 

      Beag, Fayaz Ahmad; Singla, Naresh (Agricultural Economics Reseach Assosiation, 2014)
      The study has investigated market integration across five major wholesale apple markets, viz. Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata, of the country by adopting Johansen’s multivariate cointegration approach. ...
    • Has Odisha become less poor in the last decade? 

      Samantaraya, A.; Sahoo, A.K.; Mallick, A.; Bhuyna, B. (Economic and Political Weekly, 2014)
      Though there has been overall economic progress in India in the post-reform period, it has not been uniform across the country. This article points out that contrary to popular perception, Odisha gradually improved its ...
    • Fresh food supermarkets in the Indian Punjab: Organisation and impacts 

      Singla, Naresh; Singh, Sukhpal; Dhindsa, Paramjit Kaur (University of California Los Angeles CMRS, 2014)
      Linking primary producers with global and national markets through modern corporate food retail supermarkets and other linkages is seen as one of the innovative ways to improve the livelihoods of small producers in developing ...
    • An Analysis of Major Determinants of Food Inflation in India 

      Ahmed, Mumtaz; Singla, Naresh (Indian Society for Education and Environment, 2014)
      The study has exclusively analyzed the major determinants of food inflation in India by using the monthly data from January 2006 to December 2013. Using Johansen’s cointegration technique, it was shown that in long ...
    • Growth and Performance of Agriculture Sector in India 

      Singla, Naresh; Kaur,Mamandeep (Publishing India, 2015)
      The growth of agriculture and allied sectors is critical for the Indian economy as about 49 percent of the population is directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture. During the last decade and so, the agriculture sector ...
    • Remittances, Household Expenditure and Investment in Rural India: Evidence from NSS data 

      Parida, J.K.; Mohanty, Sanjay K.; Raman, K. Ravi (Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, 2015)
      The paper attempts to study the migration trends and the factors driving it in India and also to understand and compare the marginal spending behavior of three groups of households in India - those not receiving remittances, ...
    • Growth and Prospects of Non-Farm Employment in India: Reflections from NSS Data 

      Parida, J.K. (National Sample Survey Office - Industrial Statistics Wing, 2015)
      This paper attempts to explore the recent trends of non-farm employment in India and to identify the employment generating sectors that would absorb the rapidly growing labour force using various rounds of NSS unit level ...
    • An economic analysis of variables affecting the groundwater depletion 

      Pavneet, Kaur, S. (CESER Publications, 2015)
      The adoption of agricultural technology has helped in raising the income level of the farmers and total foodgrain production. But it cannot be denied that the adoption of modern technology has taken place at the cost of ...
    • MIGRATION AND BILATERAL TRADE FLOWS: EVIDENCE FROM INDIA AND OECD COUNTRIES 

      Kaur, Sandeep (Euro-American Association of Economic Development Studies, 2015)
      Migration from developing countries to developed countries is not a new phenomenon. The causes of migration has been well explained by many authors. The rate of population growth and the proportion of youth in the population, ...
    • Tourism in Odisha: an engine of long run growth 

      Mishra, P.K.; Rout, H.B.; Sangmitra (Conscientia Beam, 2016)
      In this globalized era, travel and tourism has become an indispensable economic activity world over. It has the potential to strengthen the socio-economic foundation of a nation. It has the capability to disseminate the ...
    • 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 ...
    • Role of land reforms in eradicating land inequalities in rural india 

      Singla, Naresh; Kaur, Pavneet; Ahmed, Mumtaz (Society of Economics and Development, 2016)
    • Nexus between Tourism and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Odisha, India, 

      Rout, Himanshu B.; Mishra, P. K.; Pradhan, B.B. (Serial Publications Pvt.Ltd., 2016)
      In view of the importance of tourism as an instrument for economic growth and employment generation, this paper is an effort to examine the nexus between tourism and economic growth in Odisha during 1990-91 and 2013-14; ...
    • Multidimensional Poverty in Kashmir: A Comparative Study of Anayat Pora and Sangam Villages 

      Unjum, Irfana; Mishra, P. K. (Gandhian Institute of Studies, 2016)
      The purpose of this paper is to asses the nature and extent of multidimensional poverty in rural Kashmir. Being a multidimensional phenomenon poverty warrants the keen attention of policy makers to envisage it in non- ...