Editor-in-Chief: Gerard Padró i Miquel:
ISSN: 0920-5691 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-1405 (electronic version)
Vol. 7; Issue 3; 2021;
Impact Factor: 3.38
Developing Economy Journal is an international journal that effectively bridges the gap between academics, policy makers, and practitioners and links the various economic development communities in developing nations. The journal focuses on contemporary issues relating to developing nations economy. The editorial board is represented by the world’s reputed and experienced academicians and researchers in the field of economics. The journal is completely open access which has opened the doors for the millions of international readers and academicians to keep in touch with the latest research findings in the field of economics and development studies.
Gerard Padró i Miquel: Professor in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK
Klara Cermakova: University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic.
Maryam Davodi-Far: National University, San Diego, USA.
Sandra Fabijanic Gagro: Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Dr. Dipankar Chatterjee: Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, India
Dr Jianquan Cheng: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Dr. Lisa Cherkassky: The University of Derby, United Kingdom
Dr. Ozgur demirtas: Inonu University, Turkey
Dr. Gülsüm Depeli: Hacettepe University, Turkey
Dr. Laura Diaconu (MAXIM): Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
Dr. Adrienne L. Edwards: University of Nevada, Reno, United States
Dr. Amanda Elbassiouny: California Lutheran University, United States
Dr. Riam Elmorshedy: South Valley University, Egypt
Patrick Francois: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Dean Karlan: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA
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THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NNEWI
Daniel Chukwuma Nzereogu, Prof. Ben B. Naanen
Abstract: Often it is believed that there is a nexus between industrialization and development. Some development theorists are of the view that industrialization leads to increase in wealth and would definitely flow down to the larger population. Their opinion is that if a nation wants to develop it should industrialize, and thus they argue that the transition from a traditional to modern society can be explained as a rise in the rate of investment to a point that is more than population growth. On the other hand there are others who have challenged this view on the grounds that industrialization is not the same as development, and that output can expand without meeting the basic needs of the population. They further questioned this view, without necessarily rejecting the idea that industrialization is necessary for development but their definitions of development often include attention to basic needs such as decent health-care, education, income for all, and environmental sustainability and not industrialization alone.
ADOPTION OF AGRICULTURAL INNOVATIONSBY WOMEN-IN-AGRICULTURE (WIA) COOPERATIVES IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA, 2008 -2012
Onyeze C.N., Ph.D and Nwachukwu Oforbuike Francis
Abstract: The researcher evaluated the extent of adoption of Agricultural Innovations by the women in Agriculture Cooperatives in Enugu State with a view to identify their adoption level based on their awareness of the available agricultural technologies, to finding out the factors that affect the women’s acceptance and or rejection of the new ideas in agriculture. A total of 232 cooperative women agriculturists, 30 extension agents and 50 non cooperative women farmers involved in WIA programme participated in the study. Data were sourced through the use of questionnaire, interview – schedule with group discussion. The questionnaire from respondents were treated and analyzed with statistical package for management Scientists (SPMS) using means and percentages. Hypotheses were analyzed with multiple linear regression, t-statistics for difference of means and Durbin-Watson statistics
THE UNITED NATIONS’ PEACE PROCESS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN SYRIA: ASSESSMENT OF KOFI ANNAN AND LAKHDAR BRAHIMI’S PEACE PLAN
Raymond Adibe. Ph.D., Okey Oji Ph.D., Chukwuemeka Ejiofor, Chikwado Ezugworie, Ikemefuna Nwoke
Abstract: This study examined the link between the United Nations’ (UN) peace process and humanitarian crisis in Syria. Specifically, the study examined the effect of the absence of punitive measures in UN peace deal agreements on compliance to the escalation of the conflict in Syria. The study found that the absence of prescribed punishment for the violators of the UN peace process undermined compliance to all forms of peaceful intervention in the Syrian crisis, thus, implicated in the escalation of humanitarian crisis in Syria between 2011 and 2013.
UNITED STATES-LIBYA RELATIONS AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN POST GADDAFI REGIME, 2011-2013
Okey Oji Ph.D., Raymond Adibe Ph.D., Itoro Akpan, Chikwado Ezugworie and Ikemefuna Nwoke
Director of Rsearch, National Boundary Commission, Nigeria
Department of Political Science, University of Nigeria
Abstract: This study focused on United States-Libya relations and democratization in post-Gaddafi regime. Specifically, the study examined the role the United States government in influencing the direction of Libya’s transition programme. The study observed that the United States government support for post-Gaddafi government; both in the recognition of the interim government; provision of financial and logistic assistance for Libya’s transition programme, and partnership with the new democratically elected government, undermined popular support for democratic reforms in Libya.