About the Journal

About the Journal

The Journal of International Cooperation and Development is dedicated to exploring key areas within the fields of cooperation and sustainable development. We eagerly welcome articles that embrace interdisciplinary perspectives or delve deeply into specific disciplines such as economics, politics, geography, sociology, health, international relations, law, and more. Our aim is to ensure that all published work remains accessible and relevant to readers across the diverse spectrum of social sciences.

To maintain the highest academic standards, every research article submitted to our journal undergoes a rigorous peer-review process. This process includes an initial review by our editorial team followed by anonymous peer assessment. Through this robust evaluation, we strive to uphold the quality and integrity of the research we publish.

It is important to note that the Journal of International Cooperation and Development does not align with any particular school of thought, analytical technique, or methodological approach. Instead, our mission is to provide a platform for the dissemination of top-tier contributions that advance ideas, frameworks, policy recommendations, and practical insights. This commitment extends to encompass research from transitional countries and underdeveloped regions, fostering a global dialogue on cooperation and development.


Policy makers · international organizations · academics, researchers and professionals with an interest in the international cooperation and development processes. 


international development, international cooperation, economics, rural migration, Development studies, development studies association, sustainable development, sociology, anthropology, human development, social sciences, non governmental organisations, NGOs,  Tourism and urbanism,  Environment,  Management of natural resources, Innovative technologies and sustainability, Employment, Social and Human Development, Gender, Sustainable consumption and production, Cities and housing, Oceans, seas and marine resources, Disaster reduction, Biodiversity, Equity, Refugees and migrants,  Human rights and governance, Justice and Institutions, Political development and democratic transition, Food security and sustainable agriculture, Economic growth, Infrastructure, Media and technology,  Social models and cultures of cooperation, Business and Management, Water and sanitation, Energy, Environment, Health and education, Climate change.