Journal of Agrarian Change

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Edited By: Liam Campling, Cristóbal Kay, Jens Lerche, Bridget O'Laughlin and Carlos Oya

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 8/55 (Planning & Development); 50/347 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1471-0366

Bernstein-Byres Prize


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

2016 Winner
Tribal-Landed Property: The Value of the Chieftaincy in Contemporary Africa

Gavin Capps

2015 Winner
Class Differentiation in Rural China: Dynamics of Accumulation, Commodification and State Intervention
Qian Forrest Zhang

2014 Joint Winners

Reconstructing the Maize Market in Rural Mexico
Kirsten Appendini

Maize Diversity and the Political Economy of Agrarian Restructuring in Guatemala
S. Ryan Isakson
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2014

2013 Winner
Land, Labour and the Production of Affliction in Rural Southern Africa

Bridget O'Laughlin
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2013

2012 Winner
Transnationality and the Indian Fishworkers' Movement, 1960s–2000

Subir Sinha
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2012

2011 Winner
Freedom from Poverty is Not for Free’: Rural Development and the Microfinance Crisis in Andhra Pradesh, India

Marcus Taylor
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2011

2010 Winner
Amsterdam is Standing on Norway
Part I: The Alchemy of Capital, Empire and Nature in the Diaspora of Silver
Part II: The Global North Atlantic in the Ecological Revolution of the Long Seventeenth Century

Jason W. Moore
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2010

2009 Winner
The Vanishing Free Market:The Formation and Spread of the British and US Food Regimes

Bill Winders
Read the editorial on the best article in JAC for 2009

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