Shruti Agrawal

Shruti Agrawal
Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur · ECONOMICS

PhD Economics

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Introduction
I am working upon the Economic Development strategy which is Beyond GDP in the context of the Happiness Economics and Well-Being Economies.
Additional affiliations
May 2017 - February 2018
Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Project Titled "Knowledge Spillovers of Foreign Patenting on Indian firms: Econometric Analysis using Patent Citation Data"

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Publications (9)
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At present time world is facing from the coronavirus disease known as Covid-19. The first case of the coronavirus was reported in the December, 2019 in the Wuhan city of China which is known as the major transportation hub of China. After the spread of Covid-19 many countries have shut down their sea ports and airports. They have banned the import...
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the coronavirus disease as a global pandemic. It has emerged from Wuhan city (China) that has affected the entire world and became a major issue regarding global concern. In this paper, we have tried to highlight the terrible impact of COVOD-19 outbreak on the mental well-being of students of higher...
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The concept of mental well-being includes all other perspectives like social, emotional, and psychological mental well-being. Rational mental well-being means the process that can think, feel, and react in various circumstances as per one’s decision. Many mental disorders manifest themselves in the age of between 18 and 24, which is proportional to...
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The present era of the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the focus of universities and schools from the traditional form of classroom learning pattern to an innovative, technology-enabled online mode of education. This paper aims to understand the most important enablers and barriers for online learning during COVID-19 and adoption of effective criteri...
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According to WHO's Global Health Estimates 2015, suicide or self-harm is the second most common cause of mortality-after road-traffic injuries-among people aged 15-29 years. This is just one of the various studies and research papers highlighting the urgent need to address the issue of student well-being. Student well-being, defined as students' ov...
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The term Industry 4.0 was firstly coined in 2011 in Germany that includes the representatives from business class, political and academic field, together they initiate the word known as Industry 4.0 [1]. Industry 4.0 can be considered as recent trend in manufacturing organization which aims at the exchaning automation and data between the physical...
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There is a significant reliance on technology to solve economic and political problems worldwide because of an absolute and almost universal reluctance by the officials and government bodies' advice the changes in social and political aspects that result in inefficient production and fewer wastages. The revolution in the Information and Technology...
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Higher education institutions play a very important role in the sustainable economic and social development of a country. They provide a platform to its students for developing and enhancing their academic, social, and employability skills. In developing countries like India, there is a large proportion of the population deprived of quality educati...

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Under which stream of Economic domain, we can categorize Happiness economics, and Economics of Well-Being?
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In the era of digitization, the excessive use of digital literacy is some or on the other way affecting the mental and psychological well being of a student. What possible measures we can study upon to make digital literacy more productive in terms of Indian economy.

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