The vitality of economic strength for social equity- an empirical study

Pardeep Bhasker

Abstract

The social justice is conditional on the provision of basic necessities of like at the bottom level of the social pyramid. The paper evaluates the verification and linkages between the economic strength and the social justice. The evidences have been created and validated that suggested that there are linkages and direct symmetries between the economic strength and the social justice.

Keywords

Economic Strength, Social Justice, Social Security, Inclusive Development, Human Empowerment

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