Journal of Center for Development Research (ISSN: 1991-8917) is a bi-yearly open access, peer reviewed journal that provides an avenue to publish research in different fields. The journal and its publishers are based in the Bangladesh.
The Journal is continuing to accept manuscripts in all fields of research. Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original research and or reviews in this field. Submitted papers must be in technical English, suitable for scientific publication. All articles have to be original articles that have not been published elsewhere or are being considered for publication in other journals. Receipt of the manuscript will be acknowledged by email. Every effort will be made to complete the review process with in 6-8 weeks. Papers should be submitted electronically by visiting the journal website.
Beginning June 15, 2005, All New Submissions to Journal of Center for Development Research will be charged the following fees:
Aims & Objectives
Since its inception, CDR has been working with the following aims and objectives:
• To undertake research interventions on various aspects of democracy and democratic practices – particularly in context of Bangladesh.
• To undertake research initiatives on matters of national interest.
• To conduct research on various aspects of international relations.
• To act as a platform for sharing of information and experiences regarding development research.
• To design and implement projects on different aspects of development, especially capacity building of the underprivileged people for their livelihood development.
• To work towards disaster mitigation and management.
• To design and implement health and education related projects.
• To bring out Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials on development.
• To undertake social awareness raising activities.
General Council: The General Council consist of the general members of CDR. It acts as the main authority of CDR and is responsible for overall policy making, approval of budget and income and expenditure accounts.
Executive Council: A seven-member Executive Council is elected by the General Council from amongst the general members. The C has the overall responsibility of policy leadership and management of the organization.
Advisory Council: A five-member Advisory Council, approved by the General Council, gives advice to the Executive Council as and when necessary. The Advisory Council holds at least two annual meetings.