About Us

William Carey International Development Journal is a peer-reviewed online journal published by William Carey International University (WCIU) .

William Carey International Development Journal is devoted to interdisciplinary research focused on the historical, cultural, and spiritual roots of human problems around the world, as well as the analysis and discussion of proposed solutions. William Carey International Development Journal seeks to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, acting as a place on the internet where WCIU faculty, students, alumni and NGO partners, scholars and practitioners in international development from around the world can connect with one another.

The format of the journal will include an editorial, scholarly articles and book reviews. We accept scholarly articles related to anything under the general umbrella of international development. WCIU specifically focuses on the roots of problems around the world, and so WCIDJ seeks to promote scholarship that tries to address the underlying factors that lead to so many of the world’s problems today. WCIDJ also features a blog that is updated several times a week on international development issues around the world.

Most Popular WCIDJ Articles:

Multicultural Teams: Where Culture, Leadership, Decision-Making and Communication Connect
The Impact of Education on Nation Building
Spirituality in Cross Cultural Conflict Management

Most Popular WCIDJ Blog Posts:

The Beatitudes and Listening to God
The Surprising Truth about Early Modern Ministry
On Social Transformation and Unreached Peoples

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William Carey International Development Journal Staff

Senior Editor:

Yalin
Yalin Xin. Ph.D

Graphics and Publicity Manager:


Rachel Tan

Editorial Committee:

Bill Bjoraker, Ph.D
Moussa Bongoyok, Ph.D
James Butare, Ph.D
Peter Im, Ph.D
Beth Snodderly, Ph.D
Clara Cheng, Ph.D
Greg H. Parsons, Ph.D.
Joel Hamme, Ph.D.
Grace May, Th.D.

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