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 10, No 10 (2020)

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Determinants of Child Labor and Schooling in Damot Gale Woreda, Wolaita Zone, Ethiopia PDF
Hailu Sodana Teka 1-6
Determinants of Income Diversification among Rural Farm Household in Soddo District, Gurage Zone of Southern Ethiopia PDF
The Right of Religious Institution to Acquire Legal Personality in Ethiopia: Emphasis on the New Proclamation to Provide Legal Personality to Ethiopian Islamic Affairs General Council PDF
Enyew Deresse Arkew 19-22
Interrogating Citizens’ Inequality and Its Impact on Development in Nigeria’s Democratic Experience (1999-2019): Imperatives for Leadership Re-Orientation and Resilience PDF
Ekhosuehi OGHATOR, Henry Igiebor, OGHOATOR 23-30
A Study of Peri-Urban Areas as Sites for Understanding Urbanisation in Developing Countries: Using Nairobi Peri-Urban Areas as Base Case Study PDF
Aggrey Daniel Maina Thuo 31-40
Application of 13% Derivation Fund in Akwa Ibom State: Matters Arising PDF
Sofiri Joab-Peterside, Emmanuel Nwakanma 41-57
Effect of Remuneration on Employee Job Satisfaction at the Public Service Commission in Kenya PDF
Nyaga, Juliet Wambeti, Gakobo, Thomas Waweru, Njuguna, Peter Mwaura 58-64

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