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Links for particular Scientific Journals

Books---the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies
61 Downloads
Contributions to Nepali Studies
61 Downloads
Elsevier—Land Use Policy Journal
66 Downloads
59 Downloads
IJA Journal of Migration---Springer Open Access
64 Downloads
Indian Agriculture Research Journal
73 Downloads
International Journal of Basic and Applied Science
59 Downloads
IOSR Journals---International Organization of Scientific Journals
66 Downloads
Journal of Agriculture and Sustainable Development
75 Downloads
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies--- Taylor and Francis
61 Downloads
Journal of Land Use Science--- Taylor and Francis
61 Downloads
65 Downloads
Journal of Social Studies Research
62 Downloads
69 Downloads
Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
64 Downloads
National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj
73 Downloads
Nepal Policy Research Network---New Angle Journal
63 Downloads
Oxford Journal of Migration Studies
65 Downloads
65 Downloads
Sage Journal of land and rural studies
72 Downloads
121 Downloads
76 Downloads
54 Downloads
Springer--Agriculture and Food Economics
69 Downloads
Studies in Nepali History and Society—Martin Chautari
73 Downloads
63 Downloads
Taylor and Francis--Open Access Journals
69 Downloads
the Journal of Agriculture Science
63 Downloads
The Journal of Peasant Studies---Taylor and Francis
65 Downloads
the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies
63 Downloads
78 Downloads

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