DECEASED HUMAN ORGAN DONATION IN INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH OF THE NATION.

Rishabh Sancheti, Ashish Choudhary

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In this Research we studied the effect of Organ donations over the human efficiency and the economic growth of a nation through biological and economic views. In the study we used a new economic tool: The BRCCS tool, a new tool which we created analysed the factors affecting organ donation- substitutes, suppliers etc. In the study we also shed light upon various consequences and precautions taken before organ transplants through the eyes of biology.

 


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In this Research we studied the effect of Organ donations over the human efficiency and the economic growth of a nation through biological and economic views. In the study we used a new economic tool: The BRCCS tool, a new tool which we created analysed t

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