In this Issue
The Journal of Developing Areas (JDA) aims to stimulate in-depth and rigorous empirical and theoretical research on all issues pertaining to the process of economic development. It also intends to encourage research on economic, social, urban/regional and inner city problems of the United States and other developed countries.
published byTennessee State University College of Business
viewing issueVolume 48, Number 2, Spring 2014
Abu N.M. Wahid, Tennessee State University
Fred Ahwireng-Obeng South Africa, Halis Akder Turkey, Mary Amiti Australia, Kaushik Basu U.S.A., Timothy Besley England, Guido Cazzavillan Italy, Soumendra Ghosh, U.S.A. Lawrence Goulder U.S.A., Shreekant Gupta India, Retta Guy U.S.A., Magda Kandil U.S.A., Michael Keane U.S.A.,Robert Kunst Austria, Roger Lawrey Brunei, Millicent Lownes-Jackson U.S.A., John Loxley Canada, Francis Lui Hong Kong, Eric Maskin U.S.A., Mohamed Muhsin U.S.A., Jihad Nader U.A.E., Hiroshi Osada Japan, Michael Pakko U.S.A.,Sock-Yong Phang Singapore, Vaman Rao U.S.A., Clifford Russell U.S.A., Adedoyin Soyibo Nigeria, Ippei Yamazawa Japan.
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