International Journal of Development Issues: Volume 12 Issue 1


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Heterogeneity as heterodoxy in development policy: Tribal communities in Bangladesh and Kerala

Farida Chowdhury Khan

A fundamental premise of economic theory is that of a homogenous subject. This unified and intentional subject also implicitly defines the welfare function that forms the…

Miracle that never was: disaggregated level of inequality in Indonesia

Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin

The paper aims at re‐examining the notion of low and stable income inequality during the high growth period of Indonesia (1970s‐1990s).

Fighting corruption in Africa: do existing corruption‐control levels matter?

Simplice A. Asongu

Are there different determinants in the fight against corruption across African countries? Why are some countries more effective at battling corruption than others? To…

Export and growth: a linkage effect perspective

Richard Cheung Lam

The purpose of this paper is to examine how the linkage effect provides a better understanding of export‐led growth hypothesis in developing countries.

An approach to quantifying social justice in selected developing countries

Heba E. Helmy

The objective of this paper is to prove that any attempt to implement social justice in its present undefined form is unattainable, and to successfully achieve social…

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