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MA part 1 economics syllabus Mumbai university?

MA economics - Part 1 Syllabus - distance learning course 1. Micro Economics 2. Macro Economics 3. Agricultural Economics 4. Industrial Economics
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Was explorer 1 manned or not manned?

Unmanned. Explorer I, launched February 1, 1958, was the first US artificial satellite. It was approximately 4 feet long and 8 inches in diameter (1.2 m by .2 m) and weighed 3 (MORE)

What economic problems did Germany face after World War 1?

They were being crushed by the victors. In order to pay back the  debts, they tried to make more money, which led to severe inflation  and poverty.
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Easy Guide to Treating a Yard for Mosquitos

Tiny but dangerous, the mosquito has a sting and a drone powerful enough to drive even the strongest indoors. Fight back with a strategic mosquito treatment for your yard. By (MORE)

How to Install a Backyard Waterfall

The look and sound of flowing water is appealing in any landscape. You can build your own backyard waterfall in a weekend. Choose from a cascading style that tumbles water ove (MORE)

How did geography and economics play a role in World War 1?

One of the economic causes of antagonism between Germany and England was the formers desire for a larger colonial empire. This led Germany to embark on a shipbuilding program (MORE)

What were the economic consequences of World War 1?

World War i ended when the Germans signed an armistice (truse) on November 11, 1989. Later in the Treaty of Versailles (1919) the Germans reluctantly agreeded as a result the (MORE)

World War 1 economics?

Overall, the Allies spent more than twice of what the Central  Powers spent in the war ($58 Billion vs the Central Powers' $25  Billion). Of all countries involved, the UK a (MORE)

What were the economic factors of World War 1?

It cost a lot of money to keep soldiers on the front lines. Each  country involved had to ration things at home to keep the soldiers  well outfitted and people who usually w (MORE)