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Lead Guest Editor:
Rajib Kumar Sanyal
Amity University, Noida, India
Through research and development, in a changing global socio-economic scenario, it is a bare necessity to find out new scopes and opportunities to frame multi-polar society in building a new order (irrespective of people and nation). New economic concept may be operative in finding space and place for each and every individuals of multi-polar society to get them involved for individual and collective financial benefits, even in the remote part of the globe to be accessed with. The vivid research work in sharing skillfulness and knowledge through the journal could help mankind as a whole in the future. New tariff rates have been imposed by the economic majors (viz. China, US etc.) and for which we will have to think for both the intermingled version of new and old consumers with new areas for sustainable business to develop the market potency. EU, on the other hand is changing its policies so long as BREXIT is concerned. Traditional market mechanism is changing its path drastically in view of above a new economic and business policy may guide the business communities to shape a new pattern and practice. Our motto shall be therefore to guide primarily the business communities through extensive research and development.

Aims and Scope:

  1. To reach out to the scholars
  2. To reach out to the elites of society
  3. To do research and development in finding new policies
  4. To collaborate with the various universities/institutions/governments in formulating new policies
  5. To involve financial institutions
  6. To create new societies
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