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SSE Annual Working Paper Series

Symbiosis School of Economics (SSE) has initiated an Annual Working Paper Series from the year 2017-18. The objective of this project is to stimulate and promote inter-disciplinary research. The series will deal with key economic and development problems, as well as conceptual, analytical, or methodological issues relating to economic analysis, and statistical data and measurement. The research may cover local, regional and even international issues, through in-depth thematic and comparative studies of policies and institutions.

The Working Paper Series is intended to:

  • Present high-quality research and writing (including research-in-progress) to a wide audience

  • Stimulate and inform debate and policy, among students.

We, at SSE are committed to producing high-quality research, including reports, issue briefs, working papers, and technical notes. Our publications are subject to blind peer review and are held to traditional "academic" standards of excellence including objectivity and rigour.

The series is maintained by the 'Centre for Academic Writing' (CAW ) at SSE in consultation with the Research Cell at SSE.


  • Title of the Paper: Financial literacy of novice cryptocurrency investors
  • Authors: Ritu Jha Shikhar Awasthi
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  • Title of the Paper: Assessment of the Public Finance Management and Accountability systems of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram
  • Authors: Sushant Vasishta, Debdulal Thakur
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  • Title of the Paper: Trade Costs Between India and ASEAN: A Gravity Framework
  • Authors: Divya Nagaraj, Ishita Ghosh
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  • Title of the Paper: Assessment of gender patterns in public transport: A case study of Pune City
  • Authors: Archana M.V., Jyoti Chandiramani
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  • Title of the Paper: Examining the Status of Educational Outcomes vis a-vis School Governance for Primary Schools in Rural India: A Case Study in Dapoli Block, Maharashtra
  • Authors: Rujuta Milind Joshi, Shrabani Mukherjee
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