Paudyal, Ratna and Abraham, Anne (2010) The impact of political instability on economic and social sustainability: the case of Nepal. In: Accounting Pioneers, Mentors and Explorers , 9-10 Dec 2010, Sydney, Australia.
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Purpose: This research paper, describes the number of different economic programs introduced in Nepal between
1990‐2010.The study focus on how those programs are affected from political instability and corruption to
ensure social and economic sustainability in the life of poor people.
Design/methodology/approach: This research is based on a document analysis (Journal articles, Web page, Reports of various institutions) A conclusion is derives via qualitative data analysis from subjective approach.
Findings: The results showed that the program which was introduced by Outsiders (Other than government
organisation) is effective to bring social and economic sustainability in the life of a poor people. However,
the programs introduced by the government were failed to achieve their goal because of political meddling.
Research limitations/implications: The research was conducted via secondary data analysis (document analysis) therefore, it is recommended that the future research can be carried via primary data.
Practical implications: The research will provide valuable guidelines to the Nepalese government and other government of developing countries, which are suffering from political crisis to implement their plan and policies effectively.
Social implications: This research is very help for the Nepalese societies to understand the role of the Nepalese government to address social and economic problem. In addition, it will help them to evaluate the efficiency of political government.
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