Dr.Nageswara Rao DARA

Dr.Nageswara Rao DARA
Andhra University · Department of Economics

Post-Doctoral

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8
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3 Research Items
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Introduction
My current research Interests: Managerial Economics, Industrial Economics and International Economics, Digital Financial Services My Current Research Methods and Techniques: Research Ethics Theory And Practice Of Measurement Desktop Research Vs. Field Research Survey Research Observation Studies Experimental Research Case Study Research Introduction To Sampling Hypothesis Testing Regression Analysis Introduction To Multivariate Analysis Interdependence Statistical Methods Dependence Statistical Methods Other Analytical Methods
Additional affiliations
June 2014 - present
Andhra University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • At present, I am working as a Post-Doctoral fellow in the Department of Economics, Andhra University, and Visakhapatnam, India. As a Post-Doctoral-Fellow,
April 2011 - September 2012
Andhra University
Position
  • Global marketing strategies
Description
  • Competitive Strategies of SME's, market strategies and prodded development starategies
Position
  • Managerial Economics
Education
August 2016 - December 2017
GITAM University
Field of study
  • Economics
September 2009 - December 2010
Maastricht University
Field of study
  • CORPORATE STRATEGY & ECONOMICS POLICY
February 2008 - February 2012
Andhra University
Field of study
  • Business & Economics

Publications

Publications (8)
Book
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Emerging Economies are giving more priority for delivering financial services for unbanked population through Digital Financial Inclusion method by the policymakers and regulators in financial sector development, with an increasing number of countries introducing comprehensive measures to improve access to and usage of tailored digital financial se...
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Digital Financial Services(DFS) have significant potential to provide a range of affordable, convenitent and secure banking services to poor people in Emerging Economies.Digital financial inclusion promotes efficient interconnection among participants in economic activities. There are unbanked individuals are increasingly gaining access to financia...
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World Economic Forum (WEF) 2016 reported that India has mostly been ranked in the bottom half of the 38 countries that make up our lower middle-income bracket. Particularly disappointing is its position in terms of Fiscal Transfers, where it ranks 37th out of 38. It also ranks very low at 32nd for Tax Code and 36th for social protection. The litera...
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The purpose of the study is to measuring with multidimensional index of digital financial inclusion in emerging markets, particularly in aspects of India performance. Despite the promise of digital financial services to reach the unbanked, challenges remain in emerging markets. Digital financial services (DFS) are an effective means of enhancing fi...
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This study investigates income inequalities and multidimensional poverty among Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in persisting in all districts of rural Andhra Pradesh (AP).Income inequalities in all districts of Andhra Pradesh calculated using three alternative measures of inequality viz, Gini coefficient, Theil " s entropy measure and the squ...
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This paper investigates the political vulnerability and income inequality among SC/STs in Andhra Pradesh of India. The study is based on secondary and primary data. The researcher will estimate the political vulnerability and income inequality belongs to SC/STs MPs, MLAs and other local body members of Municipality ward members, Panchayati Raj Inst...
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As India celebrated its 65th independence, it is very unfortunate that economically resurgent Indian vulnerable women suffer from discrimination because of their social and cultural identify, like manual scavengers and sex workers still remains home to the world's largest population of poor, hungry and illiterate people. On the other side of existi...

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Project (1)
Project
1. To study SC/ST exclusion situation in India 2. To evaluate the budget allocation for SC/STs under sub-plan 3. To analyse the utilisation of sub-plan funds and unspent funds