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  • Higher Education In Modern Society

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    Higher education currently, plays a central role in the social, cultural, and economic development of modern societies. For university leadership, the challenge is to redress past inequalities and to transform the higher education system to serve a new social order, to meet pressing national needs, and to respond to new realities and opportunities. Leadership must lay the foundations for the development of a learning society that can stimulate, direct, and mobilize the creative and intellectual energies

  • Social Reform Scenario

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    magosuresh75@gmail.com Abstract The ultimate aim of development is reduce poverty and improve standard of living of all its citizens. For this it is required that all people should contribute and benefit from economic growth. This requires investment in public, which primarily involves healthcare, good nutrition, better education and hygienic environment. But in India it has recorded a secular decline after

  • Universal Health Model

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    protection will inevitably follow Financial protection. Based on Kutzin work he defined FP as the protection against the economic impact of ill health, which denotes preventing people from becoming poor or incurring costs as a result of a health problem that threatens every day’s life expenses and forces them to choose between their physical and mental health and their economic well-being (Thomson,

  • Positive And Negative Aspects Of Globalization

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    helps brings people, companies and nations together by interaction and interchange of ideas. Globalization leads to new areas of development and wealth creation however there are mixed views and perceptions about it when it comes to the social and economic implications. Some say that globalization has brought in problems of unemployment, education, inequality and poverty while others believe it has helped reduced them. The paper focuses on each of these implication in detail and what are the positive

  • Essay On Inflation In Nepal

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    CHAPTER FIVE IMPACT OF REMITTANCE ON INFLATION Though a number of factors are responsible causing inflation in Nepal, this chapter is devoted to analyzing the impact of political instability, remittance and growing population on the Nepalese inflation. The next chapter reveals the role of Nepalese money supply and Indian inflation on price level in the economy of Nepal. 5.1 Political Instability Over the past several decades Nepal has witnessed significant political instability. Since the restoration

  • Traditional Cooperative In Ethiopia Essay

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    should be transformed in to modern form of cooperatives so that they can contribute to the economic and social development of the nation 2.2.7. Cooperatives during the Regime of Haile Selassie (1961 -1974 G.C.)

  • Karl Marx's Contribution To The Critique Of Political Economy

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    definite, necessary relations, who are independent of their will, namely, relations of production corresponding to a determinate stage of development of their material forces of production. The totality of these relations of production constitutes the economic structure of society, the real foundation on which there arises a legal and political superstructure and to which there correspond definite forms of social consciousness. The mode of production of material life conditions the social, political and

  • Essay On Economic Growth And Human Development

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    freedoms and opportunities and improving their well-being. Human development is about the real freedom ordinary people have to decide who to be, what to do, and how to live” . Economic growth is basically defined as an increase of wealth of a nation over time. Although, economic growth and development are closely intertwined, the economic growth is but a step in the direction towards development – one of prime significance, indeed a precondition to it, but by no means can it be conceptualized as development

  • Income Inequality Case Study

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    poor household, they would have less money to save or make investment. Therefore, their wealth is remaining low by put their money in bank with low interest. This phenomenon will cause the decrease in average investment in country and pull down the economic growth in long run. (Tian,2012) Support the authorities attempting to secure Community organizer need to understand the income inequality to support trade union to ensure the better paying and job secure. Job security is an indispensable right

  • Social Market Economy Analysis

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    particular type of economic system, is characterized by not only a high level of the population welfare. It differs from other types of economic systems by the presence of mechanism, where social and economic institutions rule over the operations of all system components. And these operations aimed at achieving such goals, as social justice, security, high level of life. Social Market Economy can be pointed as a unique German obtainment. However, the similar features of economic order were discussed