Social Elements of Agri-Expo Strategies Because of Momentary Fluctuation in Key Family and Network Prosperity Measures in Bangladesh and Pakistan

  • Sarmad Rahat Lecturer, Department of Economics, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
  • Talaat Munir Research Scholar, Department of Economics, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
  • Amir Abbas Kazi Research Scholar, Department of Economics, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
Keywords: Monetary Fluctuation, Social Elements, Network, Agriculture, Agri-Expo Strategies

Abstract

High-return social information accumulation can encourage improved review, progressively comprehensive detailing, and improved inconstancy catch over a period. In spite of the fact that there are instances of little investigations that catch explicit high recurrence factors in the sociology writing, there is so far no noteworthy exertion to gather a wide scope of high recurrence factors. We tried our first such endeavors with a deliberately fluctuating cell phone-based information accumulation approach the return of the investigation task and the update time frame, which enables one to dissect the general advantage of high recurrence information gathering for different key factors in family unit overviews. This overview of 482 ranchers from northwesterly Bangladesh for roughly 1 year of persistent information on key examination for family unit and network prosperity can be especially valuable in planning and assessing improvement intercessions and strategies. While the information talked about here give a concise review of what is conceivable, we likewise stress their capacity to give interdisciplinary research in family unit agribusiness, rehearses, regular yearning, and so forth., in a low-salary rural society.

Published
2020-12-26
How to Cite
Sarmad Rahat, Talaat Munir, & Amir Abbas Kazi. (2020). Social Elements of Agri-Expo Strategies Because of Momentary Fluctuation in Key Family and Network Prosperity Measures in Bangladesh and Pakistan. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review (RJSSER), 1(4), 194-200. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol1-iss4-2020(194-200)