(The) Growth of cross-border economic relationships between Northeast India and Bangladesh : An empirical study
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The geographical location of northeastern region of India is distinctive in terms of land border with neighbouring countries. The region shares about 33 percent of the country's total international border. Out of the seven countries with which India shares land border, four countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, China and Myanmar have landed border with the northeastern region. Another important geographical exclusivity is that the region shares as much as 98 percent of her border with neighbouring countries, only 2 percent of its border with the mainland India. Metaphorically northeast India is described as one of the South Asia's three most landlocked ""states"" along with Bhutan and Nepal. This exclusivity has made the region to be insightful about the cross- border transnational developments, be it cultural, political or economic. Recent efforts like South Asia Growth Quadrangle (SAGQ)...
Supervisor: S Borbora
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES