Navigating Sustainability: A Comparative Analysis of Micro vs. Macro Strategies in Least Developed Countries


Medani P. Bhandari, PhD – Professor, Akamai University, USA, Sumy State University, Ukraine, Gandaki University, Nepal, Fairfax, VA, United States
Medani Adhikari – Professor, American Military University, United States

Series: Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: BUS068000; BUS072000; SOC019000

This comprehensive book explores various facets crucial to understanding and addressing sustainability challenges. The methodological approach employed in this research involves an intricate examination of the least developed countries’ landscapes, concentrating on the dichotomy between microeconomic and macroeconomic strategies. A pivotal theme of this book is the assessment of how micro and macro strategies significantly influence the sustainable development trajectory of least developed countries, with Nepal serving as a primary case study. The research aims to understand the present situation and to provide policy recommendations that can catalyze positive change in the developmental landscape of LDCs. This book not only examines the theoretical underpinnings of sustainability but also provides a practical framework for addressing challenges in least-developed countries, offering valuable insights for academics, policymakers, and practitioners alike.

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Table of Contents




Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Literature and Knowledge Base

Chapter 3. Research Method

Chapter 4. Least Developed Countries, Sustainability – Microeconomic vs. Macroeconomic Strategy

Chapter 5. Developmental Economy – Sustainability and Micro vs Macroeconomics

Chapter 6. Micro and Macro Strategy Impact the Sustainable Development of the Least Developed Countries Like Nepal

Chapter 7. Policy Recommendations for LDCs Concerning Sustainability, Particularly in the Context of Micro vs. Macro Strategy



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