Interdisciplinary Insights: Unraveling The Nexus Of Management, Finance, Education, Social Science, And Marketing In The 21st Century

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  • Dr. Saud Ilahi
  • Ravi Kumar Bommisetti
  • Ramadevi, Surabhi
  • Dr. Vikas Bairathi
  • Dr. Shailesh Mathur
  • Dr. Fahmida Khatoon

Abstract

The interdisciplinary research paradigm is now presented as a synergy effect capable of tackling multi-dimensional socio-economic problems. This study examines the complexity of the correlation between managerial operations, money control, educational establishments, social sciences, and marketing disciplines in the 21st century. The report is no less comprehensive, as it pays attention to the latest ideas in the area, obstacles encountered, along the most successful interdisciplinary practices. The impact of converging knowledge from multidisciplinary fields makes it possible for innovation, cooperation and sustainability. A point of view of the management concerns changes to digital change and ethical issues related to it. Finance and economics are paramount to analyzing the issue in that two sectors will be affected the most whatsoever about the relative activities of the organizations or the well-being of the society. The two are intertwined since the results of critical thinking and leadership skills are cognized by social science perceptions while management strategies are enlightened. Modern tactics focus on customer' targeting based on data and consumer theory[1]. A balanced approach of disciplines allows for broad-based thinking which is important for solving problems of humanity and promoting general public health.

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2024-03-14

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Ilahi, D. S. ., Bommisetti, R. K. ., Surabhi, R. ., Bairathi, D. V. ., Mathur, D. S. ., & Khatoon, D. F. . (2024). Interdisciplinary Insights: Unraveling The Nexus Of Management, Finance, Education, Social Science, And Marketing In The 21st Century. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 124–130. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9246

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