Call for contributions to IJDI
Journal call for papers from International Journal of Development Issues
International Journal of Development Issues is currently inviting papers on:
- development issues, with either a particular focus on development dynamism and a leaning towards inter-disciplinary research.
- or empirically oriented with a solid methodological foundation based on realism and pragmatism rather than on idealism.
- or development issues from both the heterodox viewpoint and the neo-liberalist viewpoint, in orthodox tradition
Special consideration is given to research papers that consider development issues from either a socio-economic, political, historical or sociological, anthropological, ecological and technological standpoint.
IJDI has just been accepted into Scopus with a CiteScore of 0.08 and is also ranked in Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC), Journal Quality List - C ranking; The Publication Forum (Finland) Level 1 and REPEC. IJDI's downloads have also increased by 48 % in the last year.
Some interesting facts on citations and downloads
- Top cited article in last 12 months: Mitra S (2005). ‘Self-organizing systems for mass computer literacy: Findings from the hole in the wall experiments’. Vol 4, No 1, 26 Scopus citations
- Most downloaded article in last 4 years (2013-2016) in IJDI is: Simplice A. Asongu (2013), ‘Fighting corruption in Africa: do existing corruption-control levels matter? Vol 12, No 1, 905 downloads, 15 citations
- Most downloaded article published in 2016 published in last 6 months:Dr Muhammad Tariq Majeed (2016), ‘Economic growth, inequality and trade in developing countries’, Vol 15, N o 3. with 2090 Downloads
- Its Editorial Advisory Board has good representation from North America, Australia, South and East Asia and Europe and includes Clem Tisdell from the University of Queensland who has an h-index of 28
- Please see here for more information on IJDI
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