In this Issue
The Journal of Developing Areas (JDA) aims to stimulate rigorous empirical and theoretical research on all issues directly or indirectly related to economics and business practices of developing countries. It also intends to encourage research on economic, financial, social, urban/regional, and the inner-city problems of the United States and other developed countries of the world.
published byTennessee State University College of Business
viewing issueVolume 52, Number 4, Fall 2018
Abu N.M. Wahid, Tennessee State University, U.S.A.
Editorial Advisory Board
Sarath Delphachitra, University of Technology-Sydney, Australia
Pami Dua, Delhi School of Economics, India
Retta Guy, Tennessee State University, U.S.A.
Christian Henning, University of Kiel, Germany
Christos Koulovatianos, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Robert Kunst, University of Vienna, Austria
Roger Lawrey, Univesrity of Southern Queensland, Australia
Millicent Lownes-Jackson, Tennessee State University, U.S.A.
John Loxley, University of Manitoba, Canada
Gazmend Luboteni, University of Preshtina, Kosova
Rock-Antoine Mehanna, Sagasse University, Lebanon
Nelson Modeste, Tennessee State Univesrity, U.S.A.
Jihad Nader, American University in Dubai, U.A.E.
Nicholas Odhiambo, University of South Africa, South Africa
Małgorzata Porada-Rochon, University of Szczecin, Poland
Patrick Watson, University of West Indies, Trinand-Tobago
Chen Yan, Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications, China
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