Sushma Shukla

Sushma Shukla
Virginia Community College System · Department of Social Sciences

PhD

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Introduction
Dr. Sushma Shukla is an associate professor of Economics at Piedmont Virginia Community College, VA, USA, where she teaches Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, courses. Her research interests are Innovation, economic growth, and emerging economies. Dr. Shukla holds her PhD. in Economics from Ravishankar University in India. Currently, she is serving as a vice-chair of ECCSSA.
Additional affiliations
August 2013 - present
Northern Virginia Community College - Annandale Campus
Position
  • Faculty Member
Education
October 1993 - March 1998
Pt. Ravishankar University Raipur
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (12)
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Economics was a part of social and political thoughts in general for most of history. In the eighteenth century, Adam Smith saw economics as a subset of jurisprudence. However, the seeds of economic analysis were planted long before; in ancient India, societies exercised economic theories and principles during the 3rd century BCE. This paper invest...
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This article offers a comparative analysis of the knowledge-based economy and the wisdom-based economy. The article suggests the need for a wisdom-based economy, where citizens need to be more resilient, more adaptable, and more responsible for facing the future. Academia plays a vital role in forming a society for the future. This article discusse...
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COVID-19 pandemic is not only affecting global citizen’s health but also global economic health. Globalization has been a surge from the last couple of decades, which has positive and negative effects on our society. Globalization has reduced the scarcity of goods and services around the world. COVID-19 will affect human societies in many ways, men...
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The main objective of the study is to investigate the relationship between macroeconomic variables and economic growth in India. This study has used the macroeconomic data from the world bank’s database over 40 years from 1978 to 2018. This paper has employed correlation coefficient and multiple linear regression models to analyze the relationship...
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COVID-19 pandemic is not only affecting global citizen's health but also global economic health. Globalization has been a surge from the last couple of decades, which has both positive and negative effects on our society. Because of globalization, many countries enjoyed less scarcity of essential goods and services. Notably, India and China achieve...
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This presentation is based on the opportunities and challenges in the fourth industrial revolution. It discusses how educators can prepare the students for the fourth industrial revolution by creating more engaging classes. This presentation shares some useful strategies and techniques, for example-using data and WEB to stimulate learning in the cl...
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This presentation recommends the changes needed in higher education institutions and systems that can be beneficial for educators and discussion leaders to prepare the next generation as society moves from a knowledge-based economy to wisdom-based economy.
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This paper analyzes the role of higher education in the fourth industrial revolution that can best meet the challenges and maximize the opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution.
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A countries economic growth depends on many factors like Natural resources, human resources, physical capital, technological development, and social and political factors. This paper is investing the role of human capital in the economic growth of India. This study investigates the relationship between the human capital and economic growth in India...
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PURPOSEInnovation is often seen as one of a driving force for a sustainable long-term economic growth of any country. Indian economy is one of the fastest growing economies in this modern globalization world. Indian economy is enjoying the average economic growth of 7% from last two decades but is this economic growth sustainable or only some short...
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This presentation is based on importance of patents in any society’s economic growth

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Currently, we are living in the knowledge era, where we have an abundance of knowledge. As this era has brought us tremendous opportunities, it has also brought us the numerous challenges that societies are currently facing, for example, climate change. It makes us think of creating a society where people are committed, passionate, and generous to each other. Is it the time for a wisdom-based economy, where citizens need to be more resilient, more adaptable, and more responsible for facing the future.
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COVID-19 pandemic has created panic and fear, but what is coming after that is more concerning. We were not ready for the pandemic outbreak, but are we prepared for the next recession?

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How a country can achieve its economic growth while creating an environmentally sustainable economy?
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Currently, we are living in the knowledge era, where we have an abundance of knowledge. As this era has brought us tremendous opportunities, it has also brought us the numerous challenges that societies are currently facing, for example, climate change. It makes us think of creating a society where people are committed, passionate, and generous to each other. Is it the time for a wisdom-based economy, where citizens need to be more resilient, more adaptable, and more responsible for facing the future.
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The fourth industrial revolution will change our lives in so many ways through advancements in robotics, virtual reality, cloud technology, big data, artificial intelligence, digital technology, the internet of things, and other technologies. The role of higher education in the fourth industrial revolution is a very complex and exciting opportunity that can potentially transform humanity for the better. This project analyzes the role of higher education in the fourth industrial revolution that can best meet the challenges and maximize the opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution in higher education.