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Progress in Development Studies

Progress in Development Studies


eISSN: 1477027X | ISSN: 14649934 | Current volume: 24 | Current issue: 3 Frequency: Quarterly

Progress in Development Studies is a double-anonymized journal about current debates in international development studies. The journal focuses on critical discussion of international development processes, policies and interventions in relation to poverty, inequality, and human wellbeing in a globalised world. We carry material that contributes to the cutting edge of development studies debates. We publish main papers, that may be theoretical, empirical or methodological in focus.

Progress in Development Studies takes the view that development should be defined as change, whether positive or negative, whether intentional or unintentional. Whilst most contributions focus on developing countries, we also welcome consideration of development issues from the so-called 'developed nations' in respect of the incidence of poverty, inequalities and processes of globalization.

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Progress in Development Studies is a double-anonymized journal about current debates in international development studies. The journal focuses on critical discussion of international development processes, policies and interventions in relation to poverty, inequality, and human wellbeing in a globalised world. We carry material that contributes to the cutting edge of development studies debates.

We welcome innovative contributions of emerging importance to development, as well as contributions on more established areas of development debates. These include but are not restricted to debates around:

  • Poverty alleviation and international aid
  • Climate change, environmental degradation and sustainable development
  • Risk, vulnerability, and human security
  • Political governance and civil society
  • Gender relations and inequality
  • Human rights and development
  • Migration, urbanisation and development
  • Children, youth and development
  • Livelihoods and food security
  • Social protection and Social policy
  • The international debt crisis
  • Economic development, work and industrialization

Progress in Development Studies takes the view that development should be defined as change, whether positive or negative. Whilst most contributions focus on developing countries, this does not preclude the consideration of Eastern European, or indeed, so-called 'developed nations' in respect of the incidence of poverty, inequalities and processes of globalisation and related matters.

Progress in Development Studies is a double-blind peer reviewed journal.

We publish main papers, that may be theoretical, empirical or methodological in focus, as well as progress reports, commentaries and observations. We carry materials from both specific social science disciplines as well as interdisciplinary perspectives that engage with development studies. From time to time we publish special issues on themes of particular relevance.

Editor-in-Chief
Adam Fejerskov Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Denmark
Founding Editor
Rob Potter (b. 1950 –d. 2014) University of Reading, UK (2003–2014)
Associate Editors
Maren Duvendack School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK
Antonio A R Ioris School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, UK
Book Review Editor
Jessica Omukuti University of York, UK
International Advisory Board
Jayanta Bandyopadhyay Observer Research Foundation, Kolkata, India
Andrea Cornwall School of Oriental and Asian Studies (SOAS), London
Vandana Desai Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Chris Dixon Global Policy Institute, UK
J Ferguson University of California, USA
Timothy Forsyth Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics, UK
Prakash Kashwan University of Connecticut, USA
Catherine Locke University of East Anglia, UK
Dibyendu Maiti Delhi School of Economics, Delhi, India
D Marshall University of the West Indies, Barbados
D Simon Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Chandni Singh Indian Institute for Human Settlements, India
Katie Wright Reader in International Development, University of East London, UK
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