Rapid changes in economic and social life influence the research problems of social sciences to a great extent. No single social discipline is capable of explaining economic and social phenomena on its own, an interdisciplinary approach is required for explaining facts and phenomena. This book has emerged as an interdisciplinary study that deals with most recent subjects studied in economic and administrative fields of social sciences. Subjects of the book have been selected from international trade and management, finance, marketing, labour economics and accounting. This book, each chapter of which was penned by expert academicians, is thought to shed light on future studies that will be carried out in economic and administrative science disciplines.