Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development

The Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development (JIPD) is a multi-disciplinary, double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high-quality articles on infrastructure, economic development, and public policy. The three words in the journal’s title, "infrastructure", "development" and "policy" are core to the vision of this journal.

With its broad scope covering development-related issues, a novel feature of this journal is that it covers the whole range of infrastructure, including both "hard" infrastructure and "soft" infrastructure, where soft infrastructure is broadly defined to include education system, healthcare system, law enforcement, financial system, government system and other types of institutional arrangements.

JIPD has a target audience consisting of academic researchers, industry professional practitioners, and regulatory institution policymakers. It aims to provide a reliable platform for the transfer of knowledge and to facilitate discussions in the areas of development-related policy initiatives and infrastructure.

Relevant (but not limited to) topics to JIPD:

  • Education system
  • Healthcare system
  • Social system
  • Innovation of policy
  • Institutional reform
  • Physical infrastructure
  • Urban development
  • Green development
  • Climate-resilient infrastructure
  • Sustainable infrastructure
  • Infrastructure finance
  • Infrastructure governance

Recently Published Issue

Vol 6, No 2 (Published)

Table of Contents

Original Article

Bunmi Isaiah Omodan , Samuel O. Abejide
VIEWS - 1086 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1483
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Original Article

Ambaw Desalegn , Niguisse Solomon
VIEWS - 374 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1466
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Original Article

Raffaello Furlan , Michael Grosvald , Aamna Azad
VIEWS - 278 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1496
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Original Article

John Thompson Okpa , Bassey Ballantyne Ikpeme , Nwosu Uchechukwu Wilson , Ude Bassey Obeten , Ngozi Christiana Nwadike
VIEWS - 324 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1448
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Original Article

Moawiah A. Alnsour
VIEWS - 145 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1692
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Original Article

Chen Qu , Eunyoung Kim
VIEWS - 175 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1661
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Original Article

Hasniati Hasniati
VIEWS - 159 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1495
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Original Article

Liudmila I. Khoruzhy , Yuriy N. Katkov , Anastasiya A. Romanova , Ekaterina A. Katkova , Meri K. Dzhikiya
VIEWS - 277 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1649
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Original Article

Ricard Calvo Palomares , Enric Sigalat Signes , Juli Aguado Hernández
VIEWS - 179 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1651
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Review Article

Mengzhong Zhang , Temulin Batjargal
VIEWS - 360 (Abstract)

Article ID: 1507
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JIPD Ranked 71/177 in Top Public Administration Journals (SJR)

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Volume 7, 2023: Call for papers

Posted: 2022-11-03

Special Issue: The nexus between the energy transition, environmental sustainability, and health--Call for Papers

The energy sector is one of the main responsible for the strong levels of pollution worldwide. Additionally, pollution levels have been responsible for compromising environmental sustainability and for several health problems, such as, respiratory and heart chronic and fatal diseases. The energy transition is an important step to mitigate pollution levels arising from the energy sector and will, inevitably, have significant environmental and health benefits. In this Special Issue of the Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development, we aim to collect strong scientific research on the topic of connection between the energy sector, environmental sustainability and health problems associated with high pollution levels. Contributions can focus on the several aspects influencing this important relationship, namely: the energy transition in the electricity generation sector; the energy transition on the transport sector; contributions of the building sector; hydrogen developments, among others.

Posted: 2022-08-02 More...
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