International Journal of Democratic and Development Studies (IJDDS)
International Journal of Democracy and Development Studies (IJDDS)
Frequency: Three times a year
About the Journal
IJDDS is a peer- reviewed quarterly and research-driven journal that provides an intellectual platform for the dissemination of critical, empirical and regular papers in public administration, management and social sciences. Through papers published, the journal hopes to promote good governance and sustainable development. Book reviews, project reports and theoretical papers are welcome.
Author’s Instruction (Article Preparation Guidelines)
Preparation of Manuscript: The maximum length of intended articles for publication in the journal is 8000 words. A short abstract of 150-250 words with 4-5 key words should precede the introduction. Contributors are to submit a separate cover page containing their contact details. Corresponding authors of papers submitted should be indicated. Upon acceptance of paper, author would be required to sign a copyright transfer form. Authors will receive a copy of the volume containing their articles. All diagrams, tables, and figures should appear as appendix at the end of the paper.
Reference: We accept American Psychological Association (APA) and a double or triple in text citation (Johnson, 2010 or Johnson, 2010:10).
Dr. Stan C. Weeber - McNeese State University, United States
Dr. ArifAnjum - M.S.G. Arts, Science & Commerce College, India
Dr. Charles Adora - Kogi State University, Nigeria
Dr. Dileep Kumar M - University of Utara, Malaysia
Hassan Achimugu - Kogi State University, Nigeria
Dr. C.N. Ajaebili - University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Dr. Fen-ling Chen - National Taipei University, Taiwan
Michael Sunday Agba - University of Calabar, Nigeria
Editorial and Advisory Board (International)
Dr. V.S. More - University of Pune, India
Mohammad AwaisBhatti - University of Utara, Malaysia
Engineer A. Yusufu - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Upu C. T. - Institute of Public Speaking and Rural Development, Nigeria
Dr. Pacha. Malyadri - Govt. Degree College (Osmania University), India
Articles and reviews submitted are subjected to a review process aimed at ensuring internal consistency and quality assurance. Review process of articles submitted for publication in RCMSS journals takes a maximum of 3-4 weeks from the date of submission.
Disclaimer: The views and ideas expressed in articles/reviews are those of the author(s) and not necessarily of the editorial board, RCMSS and Researchersworld, India. Articles are published in good faith and the authors(s) will be liable for any copyright infringements; legal cases of plagiarism and defamation matters.
Authors of accepted papers are to pay a publication fee of 100USD in favour of the Research Centre for Management and Social Studies (RCMSS). Payment details will be sent after acceptance of paper.
Subscription Rates for Hard Copies
Single issue prices (Institutional)
Within Africa - 70 USD
Outside Africa - 120 USD
Single issue prices (Individual)
Within Africa - 50 USD
Outside Africa - 60 USD
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|7||Globalization and Small-scale Industries:The Indian Perspective|
|76 - 89|
|1||A Comparative Study of Self Help Groups (SHGâ€™s) Quality Assessment Tools
Sanjay Kanti Das
|3 - 16|
|2||Making of the ASEAN Community: Economic Integration and its Impact on Workers in Southeast Asia
Fumitaka Furuoka, Beatrice Lim, Roslinah Mahmud & Khairul Harim Pazim
|17 - 27|
|3||A Study on Distribution, Attraction and Retention of Physicians and Nurses to Combat Maternal and Child Mortality in Four Predominantly Tribal States of North-Eastern India.
Sri GR Biswakarma
|28 - 44|
|4||Women Entrepreneurship Issues, Challenges and Empowerment through Self help Groups: An Overview of Himachal Pradesh.
|45 - 58|
|5||Banking and its Impact on Local Consumers
Arvind Dewangan, Rekha Gupta& Prof. R. Mittal
|59 - 65|
|6||Inclusive Growth in India: A Challenging Tool for Banking and Financial Sector
N. Santosh Ranganath & G. Tulasi Rao
|66 - 75|