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Ghana Journal of Development Studies

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Ghana Journal of Development Studies (GJDS) is a multi-, trans- and an inter-disciplinary journal with a development focus. The GJDS publishes works on development policy, programming and projects, whether analytical, evaluative, basic, applicative and/or descriptive. It accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas including the physical sciences, social sciences and the humanities that show direct relevance to development. Emphasis is on empirical research that build on and/or ground theory. However, manuscripts of high quality on theoretical aspects of development-related disciplines as well as book reviews are considered for publication.

Vol 16, No 1 (2019)

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Effects of innovativeness and firm resources on the growth of small enterprises in the Ga South Municipality in Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nana Addae Ayepa, Rosemond Boohene, Mavis Serwaa Benneh Mensah 1-21
Relevance of indigenous conflict management mechanisms: evidence from Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo and Central Gonja Districts of Northern Region, Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mohammed Gadafi Ibrahim, Joseph Kingley Adjei, Joseph Agyanim Boateng 22-45
Adoption of improved agricultural technologies among rice farmers in Ghana: a multivariate probit approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samuel Arkoh Donkoh, Shaibu Baanni Azumah, Joseph Agebase Awuni 46-67
Food vending characteristics and students’ preferences for food vending services: a discrete choice experiment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gilbert Abotisem Abiiro, Emmanuel Kofi Gyan, Bernard Afiik Akanpabadai Akanbang 68-91
Are adopters of improved rice varieties more productive than non-adopters? Empirical evidence from northern Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Benjamin Tetteh Anang 92-107
A retrospective overview of factors that influence guinea worm epidemic in northern region of Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nicholas N. Yembilah 108-134
Perceived quality characteristics influencing households’ preference for local and imported rice and their effect on price in the northern region, Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Iddrisu Abukari, Samuel A. Donkoh, Dennis Sedem Ehiakpor 135-154
Land grabbing and the gendered livelihood experience of smallholder farmers in northern Ghana: through a human development and capability lens EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gideon Kofi Agbley 155-180
Tax collection in Northern Ghana during British Colonial Rule from 1898-1950 (Part Two) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Maasole S. Cliff 181-202
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ISSN: 0855-6768
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