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The Marginal Propensity to Consume (MPC) is a metric that evaluates how sensitive consumption is to unitize changes in income in a given economy. MPC… Read More
The regular availability, accessibility, and affordability of food for all people is known as food security. At the point when food security is imperiled, it… Read More
In comparison to most developed and developing nations, India enjoys a significant labor market advantage. But along with having a good labor market, there is… Read More
Diversification is the process of transferring an economy’s income sources away from a single source and toward an increasing number of sectors and marketplaces. It… Read More
The country’s growth rate is ultimately determined by the quality of its population. The efficiency of a country’s human resources in terms of productivity, the… Read More
India has a long history of being a highly developed economic system with strong commercial ties to other regions of the globe. Many economists hailed… Read More
Agriculture is the major source of income, for roughly 58 percent of India’s population. India is the world’s second-largest producer of agricultural products. Agriculture employed… Read More
India’s central monetary authority is the Reservespan Bank of India. Every year in April, the Reserve Bank of India announces its monetary policy. Generally, in… Read More
The Union Budget provides information about the expected receivables and payable of the government for a financial year that runs from April 1st to March… Read More
A government budget is a document prepared by the government that shows the government’s expected revenues (income tax, corporate tax, import taxes) and projected government… Read More
Organic farming is a type of farming that maintains and improves the natural balance of the environment. To put it another way, this farming technique… Read More
The unorganized sector consists of all unregulated private businesses owned by individuals or small firms that sell or produce goods and services on a proprietary… Read More
 Buffer stock is an arrangement or scheme in which it is stored during good harvest times so that crop values do not fall below the… Read More
A loan is a type of debt that an individual or other entity takes on. The borrower receives a sum of money from the lender,… Read More
Renewable energy sources, often known as non-conventional energy, are sources that are renewed by natural processes on a continual basis. Solar energy, wind energy, bio-energy… Read More

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