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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2019, Nº 11
  • Les humanitaires au défi du changement climatique.
  • Anticiper l’incertain, se préparer à l’inattendu : les acteurs humanitaires face aux enjeux liés au changement climatique.
  • Au nom du climat : pour la disparition des frontières entre aide humanitaire et aide au développement.
  • De la compensation carbone à la solidarité climatique.
  • La question des choix à l’heure de l’urgence climatique.
  • Comment soigner une humanité à +2°C ?
  • La difficile prise en compte juridique des migrants.
  • Quel futur pour la logistique humanitaire ?
  • Géopolitique de l’homophobie
  • Yémen : la vie au temps des bombes et des mines

VIENTO SUR. POR UNA IZQUIERDA ALTERNATIVA

2018, Nº 165
  • Desarrollo desigual y movilización desigual en la Unión Europea. Joachim Becker
  • India: Que pasa con la izquierda?. Jules Naudet y Stéphanie Tawa-Lama Rewal
  • Pesnar y actuar desde el marxismo hoy.Brais Fernández y Marc Casanovas
  • Marx: pequeña guia de uso económico.Michel Husson
  • El marsixmo ecológico ante la crisis ecosocial.Jaime Vindel
  • Propuestas feministas para un rearme teórico y estratégico. Julia Cámara y Laia Facet
  • Marxismo y estudios poscoloniales:crítica y contracríticas. Montserrat Galceran
  • Los trabajos y los días: cultura antagonista y capitalismo omnimodo. Marc Casanovas
  • Marxismo y política:un mapa de la crisis de la estrategia revolucionaria en Occidente. Brais Fernández
  • No Deal: apuntes estrategicos para una revolución ecosocial. Martin Lallana y Juanjo Álvarez
  • 600 años de cárcel criminalizan la solidaridad vasca.Begoña Zabala
  • Del otro lado. Adriana Hoyos y Alberto García-Teresa
  • Nacemos de mujer. La maternidad como experiencia e institución. Adrienne Rich y Ana Vega
  • El pueblo. Auge y declive de la clase obrera. Selina Todd y Victor de la Fuente
  • El prejuicio psiquiátrico. Giergio Antonucci y Brais Fernández
  • Antropoceno obsceno. Sobrevivir a la nueva(i)lógica planetaria. Borja D. Kiza y Salvador Yáñez

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH, The

2019, Vol. 31, Nº 3
  • Interrogating Microfinance Performance Beyond Products, Clients and the Environment: Insights From the Work of BRAC in Tanzania.Nicola Banks, Dan Brockington, David Hulme, Mathilde Maitrot
  • Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia Vaccine Delivery and Adoption by Women and Men in North-Eastern Kenya Elizabeth Waithanji, Nadhem Mtimet, Pauline Muindi
  • Are Technology Adoption and Collective Action Important in Accessing Credit? Evidence from Milk Producers in Tanzania Edgar E. Twine, Elizaphan J. O. Rao, Isabelle Baltenweck, Amos O. Omore Bespoke Adaptation in Rural Africa? An Asset-Based Approach from Southern Ethiopia Rahwa Kidane, Martin Prowse, Andreas Neergaard
  • How Socio-Economic and Natural Resource Inequality Impedes Entrepreneurial Ventures of Farmers in Rural India Ram Ranjan
  • The Role of Personal Identity in Human Development Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee, Elizabeth Hlabse, Gabriella Berloffa, Giuseppe Folloni
  • Methodological Practices in Research on Arts-Based Programs in International Development: A Systematic Review Vicki-Ann Ware, Kim Dunphy
  • The Effects of Emergency Housing on Wellbeing: Evidence from Argentina’s Informal Settlements Ann Mitchell, Jimena Macció, Diego Mariño Fages
  • Learning and Upgrading of Craft Exporters at the Interface of Global Value Chains and Innovation Systems Jan Fransen, Peter Knorringa
  • Disentangling Poor Smallholder Farmers’ Risk Preferences and Time Horizons: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ethiopia Molla Alemayehu, Joost Beuving, Ruerd Ruben
  • Leapfrogging Manufacturing? Rwanda’s Attempt to Build a Services-Led ‘Developmental State’ Pritish Behuria, Tom Goodfellow
  • Up and Down, and Inside Out: Where do We Stand on NGO Accountability? Hyman Zyl, Frederik Claeyé
  • The Contribution of Vulnerability of Labour Migrants to Drug Resistance in the Region: Overview and Suggestions Gulnaz Isabekova
  • Technical Advisors as Brokers: Translating Gender Equality and Human Rights Policies and Values into Practice in the Water Sector in Nepal Pamela White, Juho Haapala
  • Small Donors in World Politics: The Role of Trust Funds in the Foreign Aid Policies of Central and Eastern European Donors Balázs Szent-Iványi, Bernhard Reinsberg, Simon Lightfoot
  • Optimising the Role of Sub-Saharan African Remittance Senders in Sustainable Development Jennifer Melvin
  • Correction to: Leapfrogging Manufacturing? Rwanda’s Attempt to Build a Services‑Led ‘Developmental State’ Pritish Behuria, Tom Goodfellow

ECOLOGIA POLITICA: CUADERNOS DE DEBATE INTERNACIONAL

2019, Nº 57
  • Pensar lo impensable. Las humanidades ambientales como discurso de liberación. Serenella Iovino
  • El poder de la imaginación literaria Carmen Flys Junquera
  • La comunidad extendida. Arte e implicación social en el Antropoceno. Eugenio Tisselli
  • Future & Co.: una obra de teatro-acción para entender el negocio responsable y sostenible Alexandra Köves, Judit Gáspár, Réka Matolay
  • Historias de los no humanos. La especulación artística como recurso para aproximarse a otras realidades Paula Bruna Pérez
  • Arte, activismo, educación e investigación: expresiones culturales en los conflictos socio-ambientales. María Heras y Sara Mingorría
  • Ecoimaginarios en el arte latinoamericano del siglo XXI María A. Gutiérrez Bascón
  • Frenar la distopía: diseño especulativo, solarpunk y herramientas visuales para proponer futuros positivos. Samuel Holleran
  • Decolonizar los espacios grises: el arte y la narración como activismo político de los samis Ellen A. Ahlness y Maria Gracia Gauto
  • Huertopía. La agricultura urbana y sus imaginarios en la ciencia ficción José Luis Fernández Casadevante y Nerea Morán Alonso
  • Movilización artística en conflictos socioambientales: prácticas en la Tierra de los Fuegos en la región de Campania (Italia) Chiara Mazzarella y Maria Cerreta
  • Arte y resistencias al extractivismo en Argentina. Lenguajes para defender y reinventar lo común Gabriela Merlinsky y Paula Serafini
  • El papel del cine comunitario en las redes de movilización socio-ambientalistas de Argentina Soledad Fernández Bouzo y Patricio Bruno Mesana
  • Plantar es político: prácticas artísticas ambientales en el espacio público. Vanessa Badagliacca
  • Bastardas de Camille. Fabulación y feminismo especulativo de la mano de Donna Haraway. Helen Torres
  • Raymond Williams: pasado y presente del materialismo cultural. Jaime Vindel
  • Upcycling y soberanía textil: metodologías de investigación y prácticas contemporáneas. Clara Mallart

ESTUDIOS DE ECONOMÍA APLICADA

2019, Vol. 37, Nº 2
  • Aplicaciones de la física estadística en la valoración de activos financieros: de la ecuación de Fokker-Planck al modelo de Black-Scholes. Solución en diferencias finitas para una opción PUT europea.
  • La distribucion de la riqueza: Pareto deconstruido y Gibrat reconstruido.
  • Elliott's wave theory in the field of econophysics and its application to the PSI20 in the context of crisis.
  • Exports and the gravitational model– The Brazilian case and the Mercosul, nafta and EU blocks-
  • The Value Pump: introducing a thermodynamic model to assess innovation systems’performance .
  • Applying the ME-index and the hyperbolic factor to the q-exponential discount function deformed by the amount.
  • Different methodologies and uses of the Hurst exponent in econophysics.
  • Dinámica de la inversión en la economía Española (1982-2007): expectativas, demanda y financiación
  • Dynamic linear regression by Bayesian and Bootstrapping techniques
  • El desempleo juvenil en Mexico es voluntario?
  • Análisis de la disposición a pagar por no trasbordar de los usuarios de transporte público

SOBERANÍA ALIMENTARIA, BIODIVERSIDAD Y CULTURAS

2019, Nº 35
PUEBLOS DE MONTAÑA
  • Discursos de ruralidad en los pueblos de montaña. Feliu López i Gelats
  • La herencia de Epimeteo. José Luis González Rebollar
  • El debate sobre «resilvestrar» (rewilding). Elisa Oteros-Rozas
  • El conflicto del lobo. Julio Majadas Andray
  • Conversatorio. «Tenemos que crear un nuevo paradigma de la ruralidad». Revista SABC
  • La Ley de Agricultura de Montaña. Fernando Fernández Such
  • Montañas que se mueven. Vanesa Freixa Riba
  • La fórmula del crecimiento azul al descubierto._ Zoe W. Brent, _Mads Barbesgaard y Carsten Pedersen
  • Me lo como to. Sobre la cultura alimentaria del pueblo gitano. Nicolás Jiménez
  • Experiencias innovadoras en pueblos de montaña.
  • Taberna Al-Paladar, València, un restaurante abierto en canal al territorio. Patricia Dopazo Gallego
  • La modernización rural que genera pobreza y violencia: El caso de Guatemala. Alba Guitart
  • La belleza frente a la resignación. Héctor Castrillejo Sentido y responsabilidad. Pedro M. Herrera

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2019, Vol. 32, Nº 2
  • Breaking the Spell of Silence: Collective Healing as Activism amongst Refugee Male Survivors of Sexual Violence in Uganda Jerker Edström, Chris Dolan
  • ‘Is Wellbeing Possible when You Are Out of Place?’: Ethnographic Insight into Resilience among Urban Refugees in Yaoundé, Cameroon Kelly A Yotebieng, Jennifer L Syvertsen, Paschal Awah
  • Humans and Animals in a Refugee Camp: Baquba, Iraq, 1918–20 Benjamin Thomas White
  • Islam, the State and Turkey’s Syrian Refugees: The Vaiz of Bursa Tim Jacoby, Roger Mac Ginty, Bülent S¸enay
  • Erosion of Meaning in Life: African Asylum Seekers’ Experiences of Seeking Asylum in Ireland Rebecca Murphy, Brian Keogh, Agnes Higgins
  • Between Clothes and the Body: National and Gender Identity among Eritrean Women Refugees Tamar Arev
  • Being a Father in My New Society: A Qualitative Study of the Fathering Experiences of Men from Refugee Backgrounds Resettled in Australia Gilles Forget, Ignacio Correa-Velez, Mike Dee
  • Unaccompanied Children Claiming Asylum on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Daniel Hedlund, Thomas Wimark

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS

2019, Vol. 38, Nº 2
  • Parasocial Interactions and Relationships with Media Characters- An Inventory of 60 Years of Research.

TIEMPO DE PAZ

2019, Nº 132
  • Editorial: Desafíos de la Agenda 2030.
  • Conexión global y local de la Agenda 2030. Leire Pajin y Federico Mayor Zaragoza
  • Los Objetivos del Desarrollo Sostenible y el Derecho Internacional. Carlos R. Fernandez Liesa
  • Economía circular, un nuevo paradigma para nuestras ciudades. José Moisés Martín Carretero
  • Financiación e impulso de plataformas para los ODS. Carlos Mataix, Javier Carrasco, Cecilia López Pablos, Jaime Moreno Serna
  • Acabar con la pobreza:una cuestión de derechos humanos.Cástor Miguel Diaz Barrado
  • Migraciones y la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible. Gemma Pinyol-Jiménez
  • Alternativa cultural:incorporar la cultura a la Agenda del desarrollo del futuro. Inmaculada Ballesteros
  • ODS 8:trabajo decente y el futuro del trabajo. María Gema Quintero Lima
  • El Pacto Mundial por el Medio Ambiente: marco jurírico para el cumplimiento de los ODS. Teresa Parejo-Navajas
  • La infancia ante la Agenda 2030.Ricardo Ibarra
  • El Movimiento por la Paz-MPDL- y los ODS. Vicente Baeza

ECOLOGIST, The

2019, Nº 78
    • La salud de nuestros hijos/as.
  • Alimentos ecológicos para todas las personas La mala alimentación tiene un impacto terrible en la salud infantil
  • Nutrición infantil. La bondad innata
  • Compra y cocina con amor
  • Lo bio empieza en la cuna
  • Hay que reducir la exposición a toxicos de madres y fetos
  • El festival Mamaterra nos enseña a alimentarnos mientras jugamos.
  • La leche materna es el mejor alimento los primeros seis meses
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MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES, Journal of

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Colección del Centre of African Studies de la Universidad de Cambridge. Recoge la realidad política, económica y social del continente africano. Está concebida no sólo para su difusión en el ámbito académico, sino que pretende llegar a un público más amplio sensibilizado con los avatares del África contemporánea. Ahonda en la comprensión de la actualidad africana, aunque no está adscrita a ninguna ideología política concreta. En Hegoa se pueden consultar los números desde 1987. Más información aquí.

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2012, Vol. 50, Nº 4
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2011, Vol. 49, Nº 4
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2011, Vol. 49, Nº 3
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2011, Vol. 49, Nº 2
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2011, Vol. 49, Nº 1
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2010, Vol. 48, Nº 4
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