Developing Country Studies

Developing Country Studies is a peer reviewed journal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of social, economical, trade and legislative issues related to developing countries. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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The IC Impact factor value of this journal is 5.05

The publication charge of this journal: 160 USD (online publication only) or 165 USD (online publication + 2 hard copies)
Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 5, No 14 (2015)

Table of Contents


Journal Coverpage PDF
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Critical Appraisal of Leadership in Nigeria Context PDF
Aderibigbe, Adejare Morenikeji, Olla, John Oluwafemi 1-4
Aid for Trade and Export Performance of Developing Countries PDF
Lucy Sau Kiute, Alireza Nasiri, Antonio Alleyne, Jiang Wenxue 5-14
Barriers to and Consequences of Reporting Rape in a Rural Community of Zimbabwe PDF
Ngonidzashe Mutanana, Douglas Gasva 15-21
Basic and Functional Literacy and the Attainment of Vision 20-2020 in Nigeria PDF
Francis Oduola Olaniyi 22-25
Improved Female Customary Land Inheritance Necessary for Accelerating Socio-Economic Development in South East Nigeria PDF
Ogugua V.C. Ikpeze 26-29
The Relationship between Energy Input and Economic Development: Latest Evidence from China PDF
Yuting Li 30-34
The Socio-Economic Effects of Colonial Tin Mining on the Jos-Plateau: 1904 – 1960 PDF
Charles .B. A. Azgaku, Osuala, Uzoma Samuel 35-39
Social Welfare and Economics of Family Planning Practice: a Numeric Appreciation of Socio-Economics of Nigerian Family Selection Traits PDF
T. O. Adeyemi, R, O. Abdul-kareem 40-43
Involuntary Resettlement in Ghana: Implementation, Planning and Management of Social Impacts in Hydropower Projects PDF
Adu-Gyamfi Albert 44-57
The Impact of Loan Syndication in the Growth of Nigerian Economy PDF
Echekoba F.N, Okonkwo Ikeotuonye Victor 58-64
Determinants of Women Empowerment: A Case Study of District D.G. Khan PDF
Abdul Ghafoor Awan Zertashia 65-73
Exploring the Predictors of Accident Severity in Urban Ghana PDF
Wiredu Sampson, Richard Tawiah 74-79
Linking Aid, Pro-Poor Public Spending and Poverty Reduction: A Cross Country Panel Analysis Using Eight Poverty and Well-being Indicators PDF
Aisha Mohammed Abubakar 80-86
Information Seeking Behaviour and Need among Undergraduate Students in Faculty of Management Science in Madonna University Nigeria Okija Campus: A Case Study PDF
Lucky Oghenetega Urhiewhu, Ifeka .E. Okeke, Eyisi, Godsgift Ukoma 87-91
Achieving Long-Term Poverty Reduction and Institutional Sustainability in Microfinance through the Dynamic User-Focussed Approach PDF
Eric H. Yeboah, Alhaji Abdulai, Esmeranda Manful 92-103
Impact of Migrant Remittance on Socio-Economic development of Ghana PDF
Ing Samuel Mintah, Anita Naadei Nikoi 104-111
Exchange Rate Dynamics and Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy: A DSGE Model PDF
Mariam OUCHEN, Mustapha ZIKY, Edward TOWER 112-130

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