Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) is a peer-reviewed journal published by International Peer Reviewed Journals and Books (IPRJB). The journal is published both online and in print, and it covers a wide range of disciplines related to the development issues of developing countries. Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) aims to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, policy makers and students to share their knowledge, insights and experiences on various aspects of development in the global south. According to the data from Scopus, the number of publications on developing country studies has increased from 2,621 in 2010 to 5,457 in 2020, showing a growing interest and demand for this field of research. Similarly, the number of publications in Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) has also increased from 12 in 2016 to 402 in 2020, indicating the journal’s contribution and relevance to the development discourse.
Indexing is an important aspect of journal publication, as it increases the visibility, accessibility and credibility of the articles. Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) has an ISSN 2520-5307 (Online), and it is indexed by Google Scholar, Crossref, EBSCOhost and SCILIT, which are some of the leading index engines for academic research. These index engines provide metadata, citations and links to the articles, making them easier to find and use by researchers, students and practitioners.
Quality review is another essential feature of journal publication, as it ensures the validity, originality and relevance of the articles. Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) has a rigorous peer review process that involves at least two independent reviewers who evaluate the submissions based on their content, methodology, contribution and presentation. The reviewers provide constructive feedback and suggestions for improvement to the authors. The peer review process takes between 2 weeks and 2 months, depending on the number and quality of the submissions.
Speed and customer responsiveness are also important factors that influence the satisfaction and loyalty of the authors. Journal of Developing Country Studies strives to provide a fast and efficient service to its authors, from submission to publication. The journal has a dedicated editorial team that communicates with the authors throughout the process, providing them with timely updates, guidance and support. The journal also offers publication e-certificates to each author and DOI (Digital Object Identifier) to each publication, which are valuable for recognition and citation purposes.
Publishing in Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) is cost-friendly at USD 150 per article, which is lower than many other journals in the field of development studies. The journal also accepts various payment methods that are convenient to the authors, such as PayPal, Pesapal, bank transfer, Payoneer, Western Union and mobile banking. These payment options cater to the diverse needs and preferences of the authors from different countries and regions.
In conclusion, Journal of Developing Country Studies is a reputable and reliable journal that publishes high-quality and relevant papers on developing country studies. The journal has a growing impact and visibility in the academic community, as well as a strong reputation for its quality review, speed and customer responsiveness. Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) is an ideal choice for authors who want to publish their research on development issues in a timely and cost-effective manner. IPRJB journals are proud to host Journal of Developing Country Studies (JDCS) as one of their flagship journals.