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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Please follow the following two files to prepare your paper, then send it to DCS@iiste.orgIndex of this journal:
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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 11, No 7 (2021)

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Citizens’ Political Security in Ethiopia PDF
Gudeta Kebede Asfaw 1-11
The Impact of Punishment on the Behaviour and Academic Work of Senior High School Students in the Ejisu- Juaben Municipality of Ashanti Region in Ghana PDF
Eric Opoku-Adusei 12-26
The Challenges and Opportunities of Dar es - Salaam City Bus Rapid Transit on Implementation and Operations PDF
Nyamatari. A. Tengecha, Msabaha Juma Mwendapole 27-35
Psychological Effects of Boko Haram Insurgencies in Some Liberated Communities across Yobe State, Nigeria PDF
Zara Musa, Babagana Muhammad Gaji, Umar Baba Sale 36-40
Regulating the Regulators through Codes of Corporate Governance for Public Institutions in Nigeria: Using INEC as a Case Study PDF
Akin Olawale Oluwadayisi, Olaposi Adedolapo Olaseeni, Moruf Oluwakayode Mimiko 41-45
The Impact of Informal Cross-Border Trades on National Economic Development: “A Case Study of Nigerian Southern Borders” PDF
Olakunle Olusola Ajayi 46-61
Hopes and fears in the Future Orientation of Emerging Adults: Implications for dependable and productive adult futures in Cameroon PDF
Joseph Lah Lo-oh 62-77

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ISSN (Paper)2224-607X ISSN (Online)2225-0565

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