About Reiko

REIKO JOURNALS is an offspring of the REIKO CENTER FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCH AND DEVEVELOPMENT. Its membership comprises of African and American Scholars in various Universities. The center decries the prevalent and perennial poverty and under-development in the sub-Saharan African countries and in the entire third world and designs a vision to provide intellectual potentials development opportunities to strengthen the micro and macroeconomic institutions in such countries. The framework of such opportunities, from the perception of REIKO CENTER FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, would provide the required research to promote constructive policy formation and implementation, capacity building and human capital development in such countries and assist in the achievement of their Millennium Development Goals (MDG).

The mission of the REIKO CENTER FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Involves, amongst others, promotion of research and the utilization of research Faculties – seminars, debates, symposia and International conferences to stimulate a cross- fertilization of ideas between the underdeveloped and poverty prone third world countries and the advanced world economies under the framework of globalization. Such cross fertilization of ideas is expected to, amongst other things, sharpen the potentials of leadership which seems to be the bane of the third world countries and also, provide a forum for technological transfer which the third world countries need most in their effort to fight poverty, disease and promote wealth creation and distribution among its citizens.

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  • Chinese Database of CEPS, Airiti Inc. & OCLC
  • Chinese Scientific Journals Database
  • Collection, Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS), USA
  • Database of EBSCO, Massachusetts, USA
  • ProQuest/CSA Social Science
  • Summon Serials Solutions
  • Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory
  • VIP Corporation, Chongqing, P. R. China

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