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  • Chatterjee, Debashis (2012-07)
    The ethos of our current education system has let loose two social forces: eager acquisition and narrow competition. These forces are creating more consumers and fewer contributors in the education space. Economic prosperity ...
  • Abhoy K. Ojha; Dwarkaprasad Chakravarty (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    With the bulk of India’s population residing in rural areas, access to quality primary education in non-urban areas is vital to unlock the country’s vast economic potential. Good primary education is likely to provide a ...
  • Krishna K. Ladha (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    This article’s main concern is with the quality of education. It offers two games that highlight the proactive role the government could play for quality in higher education. It is a role that is different from what the ...
  • Arundhuti Gupta; M.V. Rajeev Gowda (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    India has seen substantial improvement in access to education nationwide, but there are concerns about the quality of education and consequently, the employability of school and college graduates. Large numbers of India’s ...
  • Amitava Ghosh; Abhishek Chakraborty; Sourav Saha; Ambuj Mahanti (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    In developing countries, education plays a very important role in maintaining the momentum of economic growth. In a country like India with a population of over a billion, one of the biggest challenges that the government ...
  • Mathew J. Manimala; Sudhir Kumar (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    While small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are acknowledged by researchers and policy-makers alike as the major source of vitality in an economy, they are also found to be extremely vulnerable especially to the vagaries ...
  • Soumyanetra Munshi (Sage Publications, 2012-07)
    Rising levels of dowry often seem to be associated with increasing levels of education. In this article, we briefly survey some of the economic theories that have been put forward to explain the emergence, existence and ...

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