Editorial advisors

  title={Editorial advisors},
  author={Gopal Chandra Chakraborty and Editorial Advisors and Priyabrata Karmakar and David A. Mwita and Shubhajit Datta and Md. Abdul Rafiqul Islam},
  journal={Theory and Decision},
NIDA Research Monographs are prepared by the research divisions of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and published by its Office of Science. The primary objective of the series is to provide critical reviews of research problem areas and techniques, the content of state-of-the-art conferences, and integrative research reviews. Its dual publication emphasis is rapid and targeted dissemination to the scientific and professional community. ACKNOWLEDGMENT This monograph is based upon papers… 
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