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Modeling the Growth of Indian and Chinese Social Science Literature
The paper discusses the application of growth model as suggested by Egghe and Rao(1992). The present study is aimed to study the growth and dynamics of growth and Indian and Chineese publications in three sub-disciplines of social sciences viz., Economics, Psychology and Sociology.
Social Science Literature, Growth, Dynamics of Growth, Growth Model.
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