About the Journal

International Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development (IJPID) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and case studies on all aspects of poverty, investment and development. The journal is hosted by AJPO journals USA LLC and has an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of 2958-2342. The aim of IJPID is to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and students to share their insights, experiences, and solutions to the complex and multidimensional issues of poverty, investment and development. The journal covers a wide range of topics, such as poverty measurement and analysis, poverty reduction strategies and policies, social protection and safety nets, human development and capabilities, inclusive growth and inequality, sustainable development goals and indicators, impact evaluation and assessment, microfinance and microcredit, social entrepreneurship and innovation, foreign direct investment and trade, public-private partnerships and governance, regional integration and cooperation, etc. The journal follows an intensive peer review process that ensures the quality and originality of the published articles. The peer review process takes about two weeks from the submission to the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript. The accepted articles are published online within a week after the final proofreading and formatting. The journal is indexed in several reputable platforms, such as Research Gate, Google Scholar, EBSCOhost, Scilit and Crossref (DOI). The authors can track the citations and downloads of their articles through these platforms.

The journal also provides publication certificates to the authors upon request. The publication certificates are issued by AJPO journals USA LLC and contain the title, author(s), volume, issue, page number, DOI, and ISSN of the article. The publication certificates can be used as a proof of publication for academic or professional purposes. The journal has an eminent editorial board that consists of experts from various disciplines and regions. The editorial board members are responsible for selecting the reviewers, overseeing the peer review process, making editorial decisions, and providing guidance and feedback to the authors. The editorial board members also contribute to the journal by writing editorials, inviting guest editors or special issues, organizing conferences or workshops, etc. The journal is open access, which means that all the articles are freely available online for anyone to read, download, print, or share. The journal does not charge any fees to the authors or readers. The journal is funded by AJPO journals USA LLC and its partners. The open access policy of the journal enhances the visibility and impact of the published articles. The journal respects the intellectual property rights of the authors and allows them to retain the copyright of their articles. The authors can choose to license their articles under different terms and conditions, such as Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY), Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC), or Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (CC BY-NC-ND). The authors can also archive their articles in personal or institutional repositories or websites. The journal publishes monthly issues that contain four to six articles each. The journal also publishes occasional special issues that focus on a specific theme or topic related to poverty, investment and development. The special issues are edited by guest editors who are experts in the field. The journal welcomes submissions from authors from all over the world who have original and innovative contributions to make to the field of poverty, investment and development. Publishing with IJPID is important for several reasons. First, it provides an opportunity for the authors to disseminate their research findings to a global audience of scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and students who are interested in poverty, investment and development. Second, it enhances the academic reputation and career prospects of the authors by demonstrating their expertise and productivity in the field. Third, it contributes to the advancement of knowledge and practice in the field by generating new insights, evidence, methods, tools, frameworks, models, etc. Fourth, it fosters collaboration and networking among researchers from different disciplines and regions who share a common interest in poverty,investment and development.