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Vol. 7 No. 1 (2024): March 2024
Published: 2024-03-06


  • Development Partner Involvement in Policy Lab Creation Analyzed Through Brazil’s “MindLab Project”

    Maki Ito Tsumagari
  • The Challenges of Free Trade with the European Union for Tunisia

    Jihene Yemmen, Mohamed Miras Marzouki
  • Assessment of Government Liberalization Policy and the Growth in Nigeria’s Trade Industry

    Christopher Emmanuel Nwankwo, Victor Chukwunweike Nwokocha
  • Availability and Accessibility of Digital Record Keeping among University Administrators in Nigeria

    Cletus Akpo Atah, N.G. Mercy Akeke
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