Nepalese economics as a branch of economics is the study of the economy of Nepal specifically. It examines the economic conditions, trends, and issues specific to Nepal, such as its agricultural-based economy, trade deficit, inflation, and public debt. Nepalese economics also looks at the government policies and its impact on the economy, as well as the economic relationships between Nepal and other countries. It also studies the economic development of Nepal and its progress towards becoming a developed country. Nepalese economics is a sub-discipline of economics that focuses on the unique characteristics and challenges of the Nepalese economy, and how it differs from other economies.