Development and Change
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Edited By: Ashwani Saith, Murat Arsel, Kees Biekart, Amrita Chhachhi, Bridget O'Laughlin and Servaas Storm
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Online ISSN: 1467-7660
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The Forum issue is an unmissable annual resource for the student, teacher and practitioner of development. With a different guest editor each year, The Forum has a different character to the regular issues of Development and Change. In a number of self-contained sections, it provides an annual review of the state of the art of certain aspects of development studies, including:
• Focus: thematic review articles on major topics in the literature
• Debate: cutting edge contributions on a specific topic or issue
• Reflections FREE ONLINE: interviews with key figures in the world of development
• Legacies FREE ONLINE: a look back at the role played in development studies by influential individuals
• Assessments: incisive reviews of major international agency reports such as the World Development Report and the Human Development Report
Development and Change publishes regular special issues on selected themes. Development and Change and Wiley-Blackwell collaborate to produce these theme issues as a series of books, with the aim of bringing these pertinent resources to a wider audience.
Recent titles from the series include:
Negotiating Statehood: Dynamics of Power and Domination in Africa
Edited by Tobias Hagmann and Didier Peclard
The Politics of Possession: Property, Authority, and Access to Natural resources
Edited by Thomas Sikor and Christian Lund
Gender Myths and Feminist Fables: The Struggle for Interpretive Power in Gender and Development
Edited by Andrea Cornwall, Elizabeth Harrison, Ann Whitehead
Edited by Christian Lund
China’s Limits to Growth
Edited by Peter Ho and Eduard B. Vermeer.
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