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International Journal of Development Research and Quantitative Techniques
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1. Capital Goods Imports, Catch-up and Total Factor Productivity Growth
by Subaran Roy
2.Education Extension and Agricultural Productivity: The Case of Small Farmers in Four Counties of Southside Virginia
by Young O. Dimkpah et al.
3. Economic Development in Relationship to Fiscal Functions for Public Policy
by Anis Mahomed Karodia
About the Journal: ISSN 0974-3472
The applicability of quantitative methods in social science research has gained much more attention to many researchers and policy makers, and there is much enduring discussion and debate across the social science disciplines, which feeds into the development of new approaches to social science research. This peer-reviewed International Journal of Development Research and Quantitative Techniques (IJDRQT) is intended as a practical guide to various quantitative methods in development and social science research. While the focus is on practical methods, this Journal includes a section on the theory of scientific method, which informs most quantitative techniques and approaches. Users of the Journal are also likely to find that much of the literature also touches on the theory behind these methods as well as providing practical guides to their implementation.
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