Sanjay Rode

Sanjay Rode
Somaiya Vidyavihar University · Economics

Ph.D

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Introduction
I worked on various economic issues in past. Major area of working is health economics, Demography and civic issues in India. Economics must solve various issues which people are facing. If my study helps to solve their problem then motive of practical economic research is automatically get solved.
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Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation is fastest growing municipal corporation in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Many people prefer to stay in this corporation due to easy access to Mumbai city and surrounding places, access to entertainment industry. The municipal corporation gets more revenue through hoarding, taxes and permits. The revenue expenditu...
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Livestock sector of Indian economy contributing maximum in national income. The demand for poultry products is increasing fast in urban and rural areas. Poultry industry has provided income, employment and nutrition to the rural and urban people. Such industry has backward and forward linkages with high potential of economic growth. The CAGR for pe...
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Every municipal corporation must increase revenue and capital receipts.The surplus in budgets are important to finance capital expenditure. But the revenue receipts of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation have declined over the period of time. An interest receipts on taxes have declined sharply. The corporation is not able to spend more on various infr...
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Every municipal corporation must prove continuous quality infrastructural services to people within its jurisdiction. But due to rise in population and paucity of financial resources, the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal corporation is not able to provide quality basic infrastructural facilities such as transportation, roads and traffic management, sewag...
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Every municipal corporation must provide civic services to its population. Since liberalization period, the population and urbanization has increased very fast in Thane city. The density of population is continuously increasing due to growth of industries, services sector and clean environment in city. The commercial and residential complexes, Thea...
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The people, plants, animals, and insects are depending on fertile soil for survival and growth. Fertile soil produces quality food and nurture all species. Plants prepare food from soil and provide it to animals and human being. The domestic animals eat fodder and few provide milk. Their reproduction is depending on clean environment, soil, water a...
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Organic farming is a natural method of cultivation of farms. It improves soil fertility, environment, health of animals and human being. Due to green revolution and commercialisation of agriculture, farmers have focused more on yield and output of all crops. Farmers are using chemical fertilisers and pesticides for high yields, big size, good shape...
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Coronavirus case was first found during December 2019 when a person infected from Wuhan seafood market. The diagnosis shown that the possibility of coronavirus to human could be from bat. The symptoms of this virus to human are “Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath”. These symptoms can develop into pneumonia, with chest tightness, chest pain, and shor...
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In India, most of the marriages are taking place at early age. The legal Age at marriage for girls is eighteen years but it is ignored in most of the cases. The girls in poor families are forced to get married early. The newly married women do not know much about the contraceptive methods. They end up with early pregnancy due lack of contraceptive...
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Wetlands are providing ecosystem services to human communities. They support food production, water treatment and water supply, flood control, fishing, recreation and wildlife habitat. But wetlands area is shrinking very fast all over to world due to high urbanization. In developing countries, the destruction of wetlands is widely observed. In Indi...
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In India, the urban local bodies do not have decentralization in various functions. Therefore, municipal corporations find various issues in functioning and revenue generation. It has resulted into either shortfall or low quality infrastructure services to people. The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation is developed as modern municipal corporation. M...
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Maharashtra is highly urbanized and economically developed state in India. But now the growth rate is declining, and debt burden has increased in the state. CAGR has been used to examine the impact of FRBM act on fiscal deficit in the state. The RBI data from 1991 to 2016 show that the primary and fiscal deficit is increasing fast. The revenue and...
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Prenatal care consists of counseling, medical care and supplementary nutrition. As per WHO guidelines are concerned then all the pregnant women are expected to visit four times to health care staff, hospitals and get the counseling, medical care and supplementary food. We have used National Family Health Survey (NFHS)-1, 2, and 3 data and analyzed...
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The labours education and socioeconomic status is an important determinant of income earning. Among daily wage earners, the lower level of education is observed. The income earned by the regular workers is higher as compare to daily wage earners and small business workers in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The physical mobility and electronic asset hol...
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Child malnutrition is a major health problem in India. Mumbai Metropolitan Region is an economically most developed region of Maharashtra. High economics growth of region should not have high incidence of malnutrition among below five age group children. But we found that there is high incidence of underweight among below five age group children in...
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Malnutrition among adults is a major health issue in urban and rural parts of India.
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In India, Navi-Mumbai is one of the planned and developed cities. But the water supply, sewage, is not planned in an efficient manner. The population is increasing fast due to urbanization in corporation area. The water supply is not equally planned to all nodes in corporation. There is an acute shortage of drinking water in corporation area due to...
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The sustainable public transport is observed in all cities of developed countries. In India, Pune city has not provided adequate and affordable public transportation facility to people. This is because many people have already chosen two and four wheelers as the option of transport. Walking is done by senior citizens and children in city. The priva...
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The Mumbai Metropolitan Region is growing in terms of population, industry, educational and commercial units. The daily requirements of commodities and services by all units have increased fast. Plastic is used extensively for packing, protection and service of various commodities. The use of plastic is much higher by industry and households in reg...
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Adolescent must have access to health care, nutrition and education. The physical and psychological changes are taking place in this period. Healthy adolescent means healthy future human resource for any country. The well educated and healthy adolescent always leads to development of country. But adolescent health is critical issue in slums of Mumb...
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School children's health status is related to future physical growth, intellectual capacity and income. But malnutrition at early stage among children affects on physical growth and intellectual capacity. Mumbai Metropolitan Region is most developed region of India. But the incidence of malnutrition among school children is higher in slums of regio...
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An informal sector in any economy provides different kinds of employment opportunities to people. In Mumbai Metropolitan Region, the female are more involved in regular jobs as compare to the causal and self-employed workers. The secondary and college studied male and female are found more in regular jobs. The high school studied male and illiterat...
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Water is basic need of human being. But increasing urbanization in top ten emerging cities in India is affecting on the water supply. Drinking water is inadequate for rising population and commercial units. This study explains the total water supply, distribution system and demand in Municipal Corporations of Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kanpur, Pun...
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The child malnutrition is widely viewed in slums of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The incidence of underweight and stunting is higher among female as compare to male. The undernourishment among children is related to parent's education and health status. Media exposure and health care access is low among women. Most of the women are working as unskil...
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The public health care policies are responsible for human resource development. Such human resource promotes economic growth and development in any region. But public health care policies are ineffective in slums of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. It has affected on birth weight, infant and child mortality and malnutrition. The incidence of low bir...
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The safe, regular and adequate drinking water supply is a basic requirement of human being. But the increasing population, commercial units in Municipal Councils has affected on the supply of drinking water. Drinking water is not provided regularly and adequate. It is not treated in most of the councils. The drinking water storage facilities, trans...
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Healthy youths are always promoting economic development and lead the nation and society. Therefore government and families take care of youths through different policies. Youths are expected to achieve skills through education and health for future development. In Mumbai Metropolitan Region, youths are driving vehicles without license. Male are sm...
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Youths should have access to education, nutrition and health care. Educated and healthy youths help nation to develop fast. Mumbai Metropolitan Region is most developed region of India. But the prevalence of malnutrition is widely viewed across slums in region. The incidence of malnutrition is increasing with increase in age among youths. The paren...
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Incidence of adult malnutrition is widely viewed in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Women are more malnourished as compare to the male. The lower literacy rate among adults is the main problem of higher incidence of malnutrition. As the educational attainment of women increases in years, the incidence of malnutrition declines in suburb. The physical ho...
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In Mumbai metropolitan region, male are involved in driving vehicles, smoking cigarettes, physical fight, drinking alcohol. The females are depressed and malnourished. The logistic regression for multiple risky behaviors shows that those youths walk to college, spend more time in college, travel by train and car at home have multiple risky behavior...
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Youths in India are powerful agent of economic change. In globalization, youths are expected to gain maximize skills, health and knowledge. But some youths are involved in risky behaviors. They are involved in driving vehicles, smoke cigarettes, drinking alcohol, physical fight, depression, sexual involvement and suffer from malnutrition. The resul...
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Modern Microeconomics is related to individual behavior and firm. Game theory helps individual to get high payoffs.
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Macroeconomics book deals with closed and open economy. It helps students to understand the dynamics of open economy. All economies in the world are open economies. Therefore this book helps to understand some issues related to open economy.
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The use of electronic goods is growing fast because of innovations, low price and easy to use facilities. Due to higher income, standard of living and professional requirement, people are replacing the electronic goods very fast. Mumbai Municipal Corporation is generating high e-waste in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. In Thane district, Thane Municipa...
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Maharashtra has inequality in terms of district domestic products. The inequality is also reflected in variations in productivity and production of agricultural commodities across different regions of the state. Such difference is observed because of soil, climatic conditions, use of fertilizers, etc. Post-Green Revolution farmers have been using t...
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Malnutrition among children reduces the physical growth, school achievements and future employment opportunities. Present study finds that the incidence of malnutrition among below five age group children in Kutcha slums of Mumbai city is increasing. The incidence of stunting is rising faster whereas the incidence of underweight remains stagnant. T...
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The solid waste in all municipal corporations is rising in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Such rise in solid waste generation is observed in Brihanmumbai, Thane, Mira-Bhayandar, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Navi-Mumbai and Bhiwand-Nizampur Municipal Corporation. An increase in solid waste is observed because of increase in urbanization, population de...
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In the globalization era, adolescent pregnancies have become an important health issue. Teenage mothers have bigger disadvantage in terms of socio-economic factors. In Uttar Pradesh teenage mothers are found in the poorer households with less education. The logistic regression shows that odd ratio for the teenage mothers are more in rural area. The...
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The attention of the media and planners has been focussed almost exclusively on rural and tribal malnutrition. However, malnutrition among urban children, particularly the economically vulnerable slum population has been almost entirely neglected, with the exception of a very few studies. A sample of 1000 households in eight kaccha settlements in M...
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Production in the garment unit is depending on technology, efficiency and skills of workers. If the labors are young and more educated then they adjust with flexible production methods. The garment export units are following global standard methods of production and they provide the various production related facilities to workers. In Mumbai metrop...
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Global Production System has changed remarkably over the period of time. In order to cope up with the change in the nature and type of production, the small and household garment and textile units are employing the younger and skilled labor force. The workers in these units are employed on the contract, causal and temporary basis. They are not give...
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This paper compares the incidence of malnutrition among below five age group children in demolished and not demolished slums in Mumbai. After demolition of kuttcha slums, the incidence of stunting and wasting increases among boys. The incidence of underweight is observed very high for girls. Incidence of severe malnourishment becomes double after d...
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Due to higher urbanization, water demand in six Municipal Corporations of Thane district is continuously increasing. The growth of the population, small and large industries, health and educational institutions, commercial units are the responsible factors. The demand of drinking water is continuously increasing but supply is not matching with incr...
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The demand of drinking water is continuously increasing in the Pune Metropolitan Region. Growth of rapid urbanization, population, commercial units, institutions, IT and BT and township planning are the major factors. Supply of drinking water is planned according to the growth of population but the coverage and equitable distribution of water is lo...
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Demand for drinking water is continuously increasing over the period of time in Mumbai city but the supply is stagnant. The State government of Maharashtra and Brihanmumbai Corporation (BMC) does not take necessary steps of supplying more drinking water. Drinking water has its values in terms of time, space, quality and quantity. With the help of T...
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An increase in HIV infection has contributed to the problem of RTIs/STIs in India. This paper finds a high prevalence of RTI/STI among the rural women in Haryana. Half of the rural women have no knowledge of the mode of transmission of RTIs and their sources. Relatives and friends are the best source of RTI/STI information. Logistic regression is u...
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This paper measures the incidence of malnourishment among under-five children in slums in Mumbai and compares it to the incidence in Jawhar tehsil of Thane district known for high levels of malnourishment. Severe malnourishment is found to be higher in Mumbai than in Jawhar. A connection is postulated between characteristics of urban informal labou...
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This paper measures the demand and supply of drinking water in Municipal Corporations in Maharashtra. The demand for drinking water is continuously increasing due to growth of population, industrialisation and commercial units. Drinking water is not provided on a sustainable basis in the municipal corporations. Water has price in terms of time, spa...
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The solid waste is increasing in Pune city due to growth of population, urbanization, higher per capita income and standard of living, changing lifestyle and food habits. The solid waste created by the household units, shops, restaurant and commercial units are higher. Solid waste is inevitable task in urbanization process and it will increase in f...
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The Fiscal Responsibility and Budgetary Management Act of 2004 has improved state finances of Maharashtra, India. It has also reduced fiscal deficit for state. The sources of income from various state own tax revenue have increased except other taxes on income and expenditure. There is further scope for improving sources of state own tax revenue. A...
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Coastal area protects from natural disasters and provides livelihood to population. But over the period of time, industrialized has grown across the coastal area in India. Such industrialization has created higher employment opportunities. Educational achievements of the population of coastal districts are higher as compare to the non coastal distr...
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Mumbai city is a financial capital of country but at present it is facing acute pressure of rise in population and inadequate infrastructure facilities and services. All the infrastructure facilities are overcrowded and services are not sufficient to present population, commerce and trade purpose. Such facilities are affecting on standard of living...

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All types of growth calculation formulas (Finance, math,statistics, others) are expected in answer.
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India and China are developing countries. U.S.A and China cannot be compared on economic way only.
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It is study of poor households and how it is linked to under-nutrition.