Indian Growth and Development Review

Indian Growth and Development Review

ISSN: 1753-8254

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Aims and Scope

Indian Growth and Development Review (IGDR) publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles on economic growth and development with an emphasis on emerging and developing economies.

IGDR’s composition offers subscribers a holistic view of growth and development issues. Alongside academic research papers, the journal also provides a forum for debate on national level policy issues either in India or surrounding countries, as well as an economics education section. IGDR develops discourse between academics, policy-makers and education providers to impact directly on policy-making and higher education provision in India.

IGDR's SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) is 0.163 and its Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) is 0.189 (source: Scopus, 2015).

The journal is abstracted and indexed by: Academic Search Alumni Edition/Academic Search Complete/Academic Search Elite/ Academic Search Premier/ Business Source Alumni Edition/ Business Source Complete/ Business Source Corporate Plus, Business Source Elite/ Business Source International/ Business Source Premier (EBSCO)Econlit, ECONIS, ESCI, Cabell's Directory, Scopus, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, ProQuest, ReadCube Discover, RePec

Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List - B ranking; The Publication Forum (Finland) Level 1.

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