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Journal of Income and Wealth

Publisher: Indian Association For Research In National Income & Wealth
Print ISSN: 0974-0309
Online ISSN: 0974-0295
Number of issues per year: 2
Print frequency: Half-Yearly
Month(s) of publication: January and July

"The Journal of Income & Wealth" published twice-yearly is devoted to publishing studies relating to concepts, definitions and statistical measures of macro-economic aggregates like domestic product, national income, savings, capital formation and workforce, at the national, sectoral and regional levels, that reflect the structure and structural changes of the economy. The Journal publishes both refereed papers of IARNIW seminars and conferences and refereed contributions. A team of distinguished experts in National Incomes and related subjects edits "The Journal of Income & Wealth". Editor-in-Chief: Prof. B.B. Bhattacharya Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

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