Journal of Agrarian Change

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Edited By: Deborah Johnston, Cristóbal Kay, Jens Lerche, Carlos Oya and Liam Campling

Impact Factor: 2.034

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 8/55 (Planning & Development); 43/333 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1471-0366

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    Volume 16, Issue 3

    Special Issue: The Political Economy of Agrarian C...

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    Volume 16, Issue 2

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    Volume 15, Issue 4

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    Special Issue: Agrarian Change in Contemporary Chi...

Bernstein-Byres Best Paper Prize

We are delighted to introduce the Bernstein-Byres Prize for best article of the year. The prize will be offered as £500 cash and is announced retrospectively each year.

2014 Joint Winners Free Online

Reconstructing the Maize Market in Rural Mexico
Kirsten Appendini

Maize Diversity and the Political Economy of Agrarian Restructuring in Guatemala
S. Ryan Isakson

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Virtual Issues

Agrarian Change in Historical Perspective
April 2015
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Rural Labour and Agrarian Change
July 2013
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Agrarian Reform and Social Movements in Latin America
July 2012
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High Impact Ranking for JAC
We are delighted to announce impressive impact factor rankings for Journal of Agrarian Change in the ISI Social Science Citation Index.

Increased 2 year Impact Factor 2013: 2.302
Increased 5 year Impact Factor 2013: 2.748
ISI Journal Citation Reports ©: 4/55 (Planning and Development) 41/332 (Economics)

Free Access in the Developing World
Free online access to this journal is available within institutions in the developing world through the AGORA Initiative with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the OARE Initiative.

Anniversary Classic Articles of JAC

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On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Journal the Editors have brought together 11 ‘classic’ articles. We see this selection of articles as being representative of the high quality and range of the contributions made to the Journal over the last decade. For us, they show the scope of contributions across disciplines, geographic areas and issues. We hope that you will enjoy reading them, as much as we enjoyed selecting them.

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