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Social Life and Economics by Sumeet Kumar

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Publisher: Nonprofit Economy
Number of pages: 312

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Nonprofit economy is an economic and social setup for people who are dissatisfied with current conventional economic setup and are looking for alternatives. Nonprofit economy is fully described in this text which you can download and read on your computer.

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