Asian Development Policy Review
Asian Dev Pol Rev
Asian Development Policy Review is a quarterly (March, June, September and December) peer reviewed journal interested in providing an international forum for dissemination and exchange of findings of research on various issues of development and relevant policies. The papers dealing with new developments in research and methods of analysis, empirical research findings, new test of hypothesis/ theoretical formation and modifications of existing theories or policies, research done by academia, policy makers and research organizations brining new facts to explain development phenomenon in the context of economics, politics, sociology, environment, human resources are entertained for publication in the journal. The journal welcomes the papers in broader areas of development economics, rural development, environmental development, agricultural development, economic reforms, financial reforms, economic policies, labor polices, health policies, environmental policies, trade policies, international relations, institutional development, human development, financial policies, aging population, industrial development, international migration, social development, formal and informal labor markets, and interdisciplinary areas.
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