International Journal of Development Economics and Management (IJDEM)

ISSN: 2375 – 9410 (Print version) ISSN: 2375 – 9429 (Electronic version)

International Journal of Development Economic and Management (IJDEM) publishes original research work relating to all aspects of management, and economic development, especially policy concerns to problem of underdevelopment. Specific areas of focus include policy analysis, strategic management, organization theory and behavior, and cross-cultural comparisons of organization effectiveness. It aims effectively to bridge the gap between academics, policymakers and practitioners and links the various economic development communities. IJDEM focuses not only on the contribution of private and non-profit organizations to economic development but also the germane role of the government, public policy and management in economic development. IJDEM is quarterly and double blind peer-reviewed.

IJDEM information

Published By: IPPEAN

Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per year)

Submission Email: ijdem@ippean.com

Language of Publication: English

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Volume 5, No. 1, 2016

Analysis of relation between productive knowledge and smart specialization: Baltic case by Agne Beleisyte and Valetinas Snitka

Out-of-pocket expenses and the pattern of health care demand in Nigeria by Lloyd Ahamefule Amaghionyeodiwe

Rules-in-use and game theory in public policy analysis of lan violence in Nigeria by Oyebade Kunle Oyerinde

Environmental crisis and socioeconomic development in Nigeria’s Niger-Delta region: A cointegration analysis by Ogujiuba Kanayo, Fajingbesi Adeyemi and Stiegler Nancy

How foreign direct investment can facilitate economic growth: Is infrastructure significant? by Omoruyi Ehizuelen

Carbon emission, energy consumption and economic growth, environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis by Adedokun Adebayo and Tajudden M. O

Volume 6, No. 1, 2017

The influence of Information Technology risk on Enterprise Agility: The case of two international organizations in the Financial Sector by Sechaba Mofokeng and Michael Kyobe

Power Sector in India: Performance of Discoms and its Impact on the State Exchequer? by Leena Mary Eapen

Examining the importance of Financial and Political literacy in the context of Public Finance by Dajana Barbic and Andrea Razum

Analysis of the Goods Market and Money Market equilibrium in Cote d’ Ivoire: Evidence from Two Stage Least Squares Equations by Bedi Guy Herve Drama

Empirical analysis of the impact of Electricity Demand on the Manufacturing Sector Performance by Adebusuyi Adebisis and Tomola Obamuyi

Complementarities among Soft Innovation Activities in fostering Firm Growth by Gabriele Macci

Volume 6, No. 2, 2017 (Forthcoming)

Financing Small Medium Enterprise in Taiwan: The Role of Commercial Banks by Kizito Amo Eric

Financial Constraints and Firm Innovation in Brazil: Does Financial Reform Matter? by Anna Amoah

Cyber Terrorism in European Countries: Threats and Policy Options by Amin Hashmi

Remittances and Financial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean Countries by Blanco Rivera

Are Rural Youth disengaging from Agriculture? An Empirical Evidence from South Africa by Malick Omar

The Effects of European Union Imports from Low-Income Countries on Domestic Prices: Competition and Input-Output Linkages by Chang Huang

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