International Journal of Development and Conflict (IJDC) Aims & Scope
As an outstanding field journal in conflict, economic development, and peace, the International Journal of Development and Conflict (IJDC) will provide a truly global forum for researchers for advancing our collective pool of knowledge in the field. The journal will foster scholarship of the highest standard and set a high standard for published papers in terms of their empirical depth, theoretical refinement and methodological rigor. The journal will publish innovative papers addressing the causes of conflicts and violence and the means of economic development to promote and sustain peace.
As a multidisciplinary journal of conflict, economic development, and peace, IJDC invites papers using modern empirical, theoretical and experimental approaches that attempt to explain both determinants and effects of various facets of conflict, economic development, and peace. The focus of the journal is on publishing theoretical, empirical and scientifically based studies to explore causes and consequences of conflict, development, and peace in our complex world. The journal especially seeks papers that address:
- Economic, political, social, and environmental factors associated with conflict, development, and peace.
- Non-economic factors and their interrelationships with economic factors in influencing conflict, development, and peace.
- Behavioral foundations of individual and group activities to explore causes and consequences of conflicts and economic development.
- Economics of terrorism and strategies to eliminate terrorism.
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