ABOUT THE BOOK:
In today's world of interconnectivity, there cannot be any standalone issue; hence, the relations between economic and human rights are no exception. Human right is, therefore, the compelling force of economic freedom that empowers people, unleashes forces of choice and opportunity, and gives nourishment for economic well-being.
This book presents the multidimensional development of Mizoram through economics, human rights, education and literature. The book examines the linkages between economic and human rights at the macro and micro level. The multidimensional scenario is integrated by different writers in their own style and expertise. This book will be of an immense help for students, researchers, public leaders, policy makers and political leaders at large.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
JV. Nunchunga (b. 1975) completed his Matriculation from Govt. High School, Thingsai in 1993, Pre-University (Science) and B.Sc (Major) from Pachhunga University College, Aizawl in 1995 and 1998 respectively. He had obtained his M.A. (Economics) from North Eastern Hill University in 2000. He was awarded Ph. D in Economics by the Mizoram University in 2009. Currently, he is the Associate Professor of Economics in Govt. J. Thankima College, Aizawl, Mizoram.
His area of interest includes econometrics, quantitative technique, demography, economic inequality etc. He has published a good number of papers in the national and international journals of repute in addition to three books.
Zoramthanga (b.1974) is an Assistant Professor in Political Science Department at Govt. J. Thankima College, Aizawl, Mizoram and obtained his MA Degree (Political Science) from University of Pune, Maharashtra in 1999. He obtained his M. Phil Degree from Mizoram University, Mizoram in 2017. His study focuses on voting behavior in elections.
Maria Lalremruati (b.1976) is an Assistant Professor in English Department at Govt. J. Thankima College, Aizawl, Mizoram. She obtained her BA and MA degree from North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) in 1997 and 1999 respectively. Apart from her teaching profession, she is interested in promoting the status of women, and is an active committee member of the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact, Chiangmai, Thailand. She also delivered several lectures at the International level.