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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Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 4, No 26 (2014)

Table of Contents


Bangladeshi Consumers’ Purchase Intention toward Global Brands over Local Brands PDF
Shehrin Ahmed 1-10
Press Coverage of Government in 1998 and 2002 Content Analysis of Selected Ghanaian Newspapers PDF
Osei Aaron Debrah 11-19
Food Security Incidences Based on Monetary and Caloric Poverty Lines in Mbeya and Makete Districts, Tanzania PDF
Dorah H. Mende, Kim A. Kayunze, Maulid Mwatawala 20-27
Impact of National Minimum Wage on Low Income Workers in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria PDF
Atseye Fidelis Anake, Takon, Samuel Manyo, Ogar, Ogar Ajom 28-36
Opportunities and Challenges of Regionalism: Zimbabwe in the Comesa Customs Union PDF
Kumbirai Ngwaru, Veronica Mufudza, Shupikai Zebron, Zadzisai Machingambi 37-41
Psychosocial Determinant of Creativity among Secondary School Students in Saki, Oyo State, Nigeria PDF
OFOLE Ndidi. M., Ezeokoli R. N. 42-50
Rejected People: Beggars with Disabilities in the City of Harare, Zimbabwe PDF
Techno-Scientific Temper of Three Nigerian Newspapers PDF
Herbert Batta, Ita Ekanem, Nevelyn Udousoro 57-67
The Use of Online Tools by Information Professionals in Medical Libraries in Oman PDF
Salim Said AlKindi, Mohammed Nasser Al-Suqri, Abdullah Hamood Zaher Al-Sarmi 68-79
The Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Stigma in Developing Countries The Case of the Furniture Sector in Ghana PDF
Agyei-Boakye Isaac, Quayson Ebenezer, Nutassey Kennedy Newton 80-89
Virtue Ethics in Marketing FMCGs in East African Common Market PDF
John Yabs, Victor Ndambuki 90-94
The Role of Investment Law in Housing Construction in Duhok City, Kurdistan Region PDF
Halima A. Othman 95-104
Analyzing Strategies and Measures for Inclusive, Sustainable and Shared Growth: Egypt After the Uprisings PDF
Sherifa Fouad Sherif 105-114
An Exploratory Factor Analysis of the Revision Strategies Questionnaire in an Underachieved ESL Writers’ Context PDF
Wardatul Akmam Din, Siti Jamilah Bidin 115-124
Local Revenue Mobilization Mechanisms: Evidence from the Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese District in Ghana PDF
Ernest Opoku, Christian Kyeremeh, Daniel Odoom 125-137
Due Process Compliance in Capital Projects Execution In Tertiary Institutions In Southwest Nigeria PDF
Kareem, W.A, Asa, Olusola Adekunle, Lawal, Musediq Olufemi 138-145
Resources Conservation and Waste Management Practices in Construction Industry PDF
Kareem, W.A., Asa, Olusola Adekunle, Lawal, Musediq Olufemi 146-153
Examining the Effect of E-Commerce on Business Performance in A Business Environment PDF
Human Resource Management, International Labour Standards and Globalization PDF
Competency Development Model for Agricultural Instructors in Gorontalo Province, Indonesia PDF
Mohamad Ikbal Bahua 166-175
Of Marriage, HIV-test Certificate, and the Church: What does the Youth Say? PDF
Emmanuel Baffour-Awuah 176-191
Rebasing of the Nigerian Economy and the Real Imperatives of Development: A Case for Agricultural Renaissance in Nigeria. PDF
Uduakobong S. Inam 192-199

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