Management of Eight ‘Ja’ for Economic Development of Nepal
AbstractThis paper proposes a theoretically grounded Asta-Ja framework of Eight "Ja" ─Nepali letter "Ja", Jal (water), Jamin (land), Jarajuri (plants), Janawar (animals), Jungle (forest), Jadibuti (medicinal and aromatic plants), Jalabayu (climate), and Jansakti (manpower) and referred to as Asta-Ja in Nepali language for economic development and management of Nepal. More concretely, it identifies and analyzes key elements of the framework to derive its implications for theory and policy development.
How to Cite
Poudel, D. D. (2008). Management of Eight ‘Ja’ for Economic Development of Nepal. Journal of Comparative International Management, 11(1). Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/JCIM/article/view/11161
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