Regional Economic Development Research

ISSN: 2717-6002 (Print) 2717-6010 (Online) Description

Regional Economic Development Research is an international, multidisciplinary, and peer reviewed journal, which aims to publish high quality original articles, research articles, reviews, letters and case studies, both theoretical and empirical, in all areas of regional economic development covering Asian economies, African economies, Asia-Pacific economies, European economies, Latin American economies, Caribbean economies, Middle East and North Africa economies, Maghreb and Sub-Saharan Africa economies. click to view more topics.

Currently, it is completely free for authors to publish papers in this journal without processing charge or publication fee. Although, it is free for publication, please be noted that submitted manuscripts will be checked rigorously during editorial, reviewing and production process to ensure the quality and integrity of all the published articles.

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

COVID-19 and Socioeconomic Crises in Africa: Overview of the Prevailing Incidents

by Fisayo Fagbemi, Simplice Asongu

ABSTRACT: The study gives an overview of the socio-economic consequences and implications of the COVID-19 outbreak in Africa. While it is common knowledge that the damage caused by the pandemic to the...

Open Access Article

Can Trade and Remittances Flows Survive COVID-19 in Africa? Evidence from Symmetric Volatility Model

by Okwu Andy Titus, Akpa Emeka Okoro, Obiakor Rowland Tochukwu

ABSTRACT: In this study, volatility in trade and remittances flows to Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic for the period 2004M1 to 2020M11 was modeled. The study evaluated the volatility using the symmetric...

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The Pattern of Trade Flows in Nigeria during the Pre-and Post-Era of Covid-19

by Kehinde Mary Bello, Matthew Oladapo Gidigbi

ABSTRACT: Trade can serve as a major transmitter of economic disruption across the globe and a tool for quick recovery in times of crisis. While the pandemic disrupted trade activities globally in global...