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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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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH, The

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Publicación de la red EADI, European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes. Publica investigaciones llevadas a cabo en Europa o en cooperación con Instituciones Europeas, cuyos contenidos reflejan un nivel alto de debate y análisis en los diferentes aspectos relativos a los estudios sobre el desarrollo. La mayoría de los ejemplares se articulan en torno a un tema central monográfico. Pueden consultarse en Hegoa los números desde 1990. Sumarios aquí.

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  • 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
2019, Vol. 31, Nº 2
  • Bridging to Action Requires Mixed Methods, Not Only Randomised Control Trials Wendy Olsen
  • A Debate that Fatigues…: To Randomise or Not to Randomise; What’s the Real Question? Ralitza Dimova
  • A Commentary to ‘Bridging to Action Requires Mixed Methods, Not Only Randomised Control Trials’ Marie Gaarder
  • Towards Appropriate Impact Evaluation Methods Valérie Pattyn
  • A Realist Alternative to Randomised Control Trials: A Bridge Not a Barrier? Jamie Morgan
  • Effect of Means-Tested Social Transfers on Labor Supply: Heads Versus Spouses—An Empirical Analysis of Work Disincentives in the Kyrgyz Republic Franziska Gassmann, Lorena Zardo Trindade
  • Development Cooperation in a Multilevel and Multistakeholder Setting: From Planning towards Enabling Coordinated Action? Erik Lundsgaarde, Niels Keijzer
  • How Strategic are Resource-Dependent Organisations? Experience of an International NGO in Kenya Carol Brunt, Kunle Akingbola
  • One Realm: Thinking Geoethically and Guiding Small-Scale Fisheries? Martin Bohle
  • Motivations and Mental Models Associated with Smallholder Farmers’ Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technology: Evidence from Use of Quality Seed Potato in Kenya Julius Okello, Yuan Zhou, Ian Barker, Elmar Schulte-Geldermann
  • From Working in the Wheat Field to Managing Wheat: Women Innovators in Nepal Cathy Rozel Farnworth, Tahseen Jafry, Kanchan Lama, Sushila Chatterjee Nepali, Lone B. Badstue
  • La place des mecanismes d’epargne-credit et de pret progressif dans la selection des clients des IMF en milieu urbain : le cas de WAGES en 2010 Mawuli Kodjovi Couchoro
  • Correction to: Men’s Involvement in a Parenting Programme to Reduce Child Maltreatment and Gender-Based Violence: Formative Evaluation in Uganda Godfrey E. Siu, Daniel Wight, Janet Seeley, Carolyn Namutebi, Richard Sekiwunga, Flavia Zalwango, Sarah Kasule
  • Correction to: Motivations and Mental Models Associated with Smallholder Farmers’ Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technology: Evidence from Use of Quality Seed Potato in Kenya Julius Okello, Yuan Zhou, Ian Barker, Elmar Schulte-Geldermann
  • Learning, Migration and Intergenerational Relations: The Karen and the Gift of Education In Cheol Jang
2018, Vol. 30, Nº 5
  • Adding-Up Problem and Wage–Productivity Gap in Exports of Developing Countries: A Source of the Middle-Income Trap Keun Lee, Sanika Sulochani Ramanayake
  • Skills Development and International Development Agenda Setting: Lessons from an Intervention in Northern Nigeria Masooda Bano
  • “We Are the Locals”: The Operationalisation of Rights-Based Approaches to Development by Non-governmental Organisations in Koraput District, Odisha Nita Mishra, Edward Lahiff
  • The Fine Line between Trusting and Cheating: Exploring Relationships between Actors in Ugandan Pineapple Value Chains Katharine Tröger, Margareta Amy Lelea and Brigitte Kaufmann
  • Competition, Performance and Portfolio Quality in Microfinance Markets Ashim Kumar Kar, Ranjula Bali Swain
  • Development Impacts of International Migration on “Sending” Communities: The Case of Rural Kyrgyzstan Eliza Zhunusova, Roland Herrmann
  • Factors Affecting the Relative Success of Collaborative Forestry Research Projects in Indonesia Anthony G. Bartlett
  • Who Leaves Farmland Fallow and Why? An Empirical Investigation Using Nationally Representative Survey Data from India Thiagu Ranganathan, Ghanshyam Pandey
  • Correction to: Responsibility in an Interconnected World: International Assistance, Duty, and Action (Studies in Global Justice, Series Editor: Deen K. Chatterjee), by Susan P. Murphy, 2016 Nita Mishra
  • Street Archives and City Life: Popular Intellectuals in Postcolonial Tanzania Ben Jones
2018, Vol. 30, Nº 4
  • Liquidity Constraints and Willingness to Pay for Solar Lamps and Water Filters in Jakarta.
  • How Much Should We Trust Micro-data? A Comparison of the Socio-demographic Profile of Malawian Households Using Census, LSMS and DHS data
  • Micro-entrepreneurship Debt Level and Access to Credit: Short-Term Impacts of a Financial Literacy Program.
  • Is Rapid Urbanisation Exacerbating Wealth-Related Urban Inequalities in Child Nutritional Status? Evidence from Least Developed Countries.
  • Beyond Solidarity and Accumulation Networks in Urban Informal African Economies.
  • Diversification of Human Capital Investments in Rural Ethiopia.
  • Risky Business? Rural Entrepreneurship in Subsistence Markets: Evidence from Burundi.
  • Rural Livelihood Diversification Strategies and Household Welfare in Bhutan.
  • Local Innovation Networking Dynamics: Evidence from South Africa
2018, Vol. 30, Nº 3
  • Innovation Trajectories in Developing Countries: Co-evolution of Global Value Chains and Innovation Systems Rasmus Lema, Roberta Rabellotti
  • Combining Innovation Systems and Global Value Chains for Development: Towards a Research Agenda Roman Jurowetzki, Rasmus Lema
  • Do Global Value Chains Offer Developing Countries Learning and Innovation Opportunities? Valentina De Marchi, Elisa Giuliani
  • Platforms, Innovation and Capability Development in the Chinese Domestic Market John Humphrey, Ke Ding, Mai Fujita
  • From Global Value Chains (GVC) to Innovation Systems for Local Value Chains and Knowledge Creation Keun Lee, Marina Szapiro, Zhuqing Mao
  • Looking Beyond Global Value Chains in Capacity Development: The Case of the IT-Enabled Service (ITES) Sector in South Africa Charlotte Keijser, Michiko Iizuka
  • Technology Transmission Across National Innovation Systems: The Role of Danish Suppliers in Upgrading the Wind Energy Industry in China Stine Jessen Haakonsson, Dmitrij Slepniov
  • Trade, Global Value Chains and Upgrading: What, When and How? Padmashree Gehl Sampath, Bertha Vallejo
  • Global Value Chains Participation and Knowledge Spillovers in Developed and Developing Countries: An Empirical Investigation Lucia Tajoli, Giulia Felice
  • Global Value Chains, National Innovation Systems and Economic Development Jan Fagerberg, Bengt-Åke Lundvall
  • Upgrading, Interactive Learning, and Innovation Systems in Value Chain Interventions Carlo Pietrobelli, Cornelia Staritz
  • Correction to: From Global Value Chains (GVC) to Innovation Systems for Local Value Chains and Knowledge Creation Keun Lee, Marina Szapiro, Zhuqing Mao
2018, Vol. 30, Nº 1
  • Frugal Innovation and Development Research André Leliveld, Peter Knorringa
  • Cannibalizing the Informal Economy: Frugal Innovation and Economic Inclusion in Africa Kate Meagher
  • Frugal Innovation Through a Gender Lens: Towards an Analytical Framework Saskia Vossenberg
  • The Developmental Potential of Frugal Innovation among Mobile Money Agents in Kitwe, Zambia Iva Peša
  • Frugal Innovations and Actor–Network Theory: A Case of Bamboo Shoots Processing in Manipur, India Wairokpam Premi Devi, Hemant Kumar
  • Frugal Innovations in Technological and Institutional Infrastructure: Impact of Mobile Phone Technology on Productivity, Public Service Provision and Inclusiveness Monica A. Altamirano, Cees P. van Beers
  • A Quantitative Approach to Innovation in Agricultural Value Chains: Evidence from Kenyan Horticulture Aarti Krishnan, Chistopher Foster
  • Does Frugal Innovation Enable Sustainable Development? A Systematic Literature Review Eugenia Rosca, Jack Reedy, Julia C. Bendul
  • Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico Matthew S. Winters
  • Finnish Water Services – Experiences in Global Perspective Klaas Schwartz
2017, Vol. 29, Nº 4
  • Female labour force participation in Turkey: the role of traditionalism. Burak Sencer Atasoy
  • The battle of ideas about global poverty in the UK, The Netherlands and Flanders. Mirjam Vossen and Baldwin Van Gorp
  • Evaluating the BDS Providers and MSMEs: challenges and strategic Actions. Sandeep Goyal, Bruno S. Sergi, Amit Kapoor
  • Analysis of consumer preference for vitamin A-fortified sugar in Kenya. Kennedy Otieno Pambo, David Jakinda Otieno, Julius Juma Okello
  • Aid and its impact on the donor's export industry: the dutch case. Inma Martínez-Zorzoso, F.D. Nowak-Lehmann, S. Klasen
  • Mobile populations in immobile welfare systems: a typology of institutions providing social welfare and protection within a mobility framework. Ester Serra, Valentina Mazzucato
  • How african households shop evidence from diary chains in Ethiopia. Alemayehu Dekeba Bekele
  • Disease of the Rich? The social patterning of hypertennsion in six low and middle-income countries. Peter Lloyd-Sherlock, Nadia Minicuci, Barbara Corso, John Beard, Somnath Chatterji and Shah Ebrahim
  • Aid effectivness and multilevel governance: the case of a value chain development project inn rural ethiopia. Mario Biggeri, Federico Ciani, Andrea Ferrarini -Determinants of the productivity of teff in Ethiopia. Getu Hailu, Alfonso Weersink, Bart Minten -Fashioning the future: entrapreneuring in Africa's emerging fashion industry. Thilde Langevang
2017, Vol. 29, Nº 101
  • Global Income Distribution and the Middle-Income Strata: Implications for the World Development Taxonomy Debate Rogelio Madrueño-Aguilar
  • A Prototypical Case in the Making? Challenging Comparative Perspectives on French Aid Gordon D Cumming
  • Industrial Policy, Multinational Strategy and Domestic Capability: A Comparative Analysis of the Development of South Africa’s and Thailand’s Automotive Industries Justin Barnes, Anthony Black and Kriengkrai Techakanont
  • Structural Transformation, Biased Technological Change and Employment in Vietnam Philip Abbott, Finn Tarp and Ce Wu
  • Women and Household Cash Management: Evidence from Financial Diaries in India Rajalaxmi Kamath and Abhi Dattasharma
  • Partnerships as Interpellation Sigrid Bjerre Andersen and Steffen Jensen
  • Income Smoothing, Capital Management and Provisioning Behaviour of Microfinance Institutions: A Study Using Global Panel Data Ashim Kumar Kar
  • Channels of Influence: The EU and Delta Convergence of Core Labour Standards in the Eastern Neighbourhood Sara Kahn-Nisser
  • Costs, Benefits and the Political Economy of Aid Coordination: The Case of the European Union Stephan Klingebiel ,Mario Negre and Pedro Morazán
  • The Evolution of South-South Development Cooperation: Guiding Principles and Approaches Sandra H Bry
  • Looking Good: Mediatisation and International NGOs Ben Jones
  • Financial Globalisation Dynamic Thresholds for Financial Development: Evidence from Africa Simplice A Asongu and Lieven De Moor
  • The Political Economy of Regional Inequality in Ghana: Do Political Settlements Matter? Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai
  • Financial Sustainability and Poverty Outreach: The Case of Microfinance Institutions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Ganna Sheremenko , Cesar L Escalante and Wojciech J. Florkowski
  • Budget Support, Budget Transparency and Domestic Accountability in Mozambique Johannes Schmitt
2016, Vol. 28, Nº 5
  • Les inégalités dans le domaine de l’éducation au Maroc: Une approche spatial Jabrane Amaghouss and Aomar Ibourk
  • Smallholder Milk Market Participation and Intra-household Time Allocation in Ethiopia. Birhanu Megersa Lenjiso, Jeroen Smits and Ruerd Ruben
  • Fungibility of Smallholder Agricultural Credit: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan Abid Hussain and Gopal Bahadur Thapa
  • Is the ‘Developing World’ Changing? A Dynamic and Multidimensional Taxonomy of Developing Countries Sergio Tezanos Vázquez and Andy Sumner
  • Do Gender Targets and Gender Working Groups Contribute to More Gender-Sensitive Budget Support? Evidence from 14 Sub-Saharan African Countries Nathalie Holvoe and Liesbeth Inberg
  • How Do the Middle Class and the Poor Grow Apart? An Empirical Test of the Psychological Well-Being Pathway in Middle-Income Countries Rick Mourits and Luuk Van Kempen
  • Achieving Co-Operation in an Aid-Funded Development Network Organisation (DNO): Lessons for Development Practitioners Il-haam Petersen
  • ‘I Wish I Had 100 Dollars a Month …’ The Determinants of Poverty in Mongolia Francesco Pastore
2016, Vol. 28, Nº 4
  • The Electrification–Malaria Nexus: The Case of Rural Uganda.Lorenzo Pellegrini, Luca Tasciotti
  • The Role of Remittances in Determining Economic Security and Poverty in Myanmar-Udaya Wagle
  • Success Factors for Community Business Wildlife Tourism Partnerships in Tanzania.Diederik de Boer, Meine Pieter van Dijk
  • The DAC is Dead, Long Live the DCF? A Comparative Analysis of the OECD Development Assistance Committee and the UN Development Cooperation Forum.Joren Verschaeve, Jan Orbie
  • A Consensus Unravels: NREGA and the Paradox of Rules-Based Welfare in India.Matthew McCartney, Indrajit Roy
  • Linkages with Multinationals and Domestic Firm Performance: The Role of Assistance for Local Firms Holger Görg, Adnan Seric
  • Thinning and Thickening: Productive Sector Policies in The Era of Global Value Chains Raphael Kaplinsky, Mike Morris
  • Cultivating Capabilities through Activism: Examples from India Manabi Majumdar, Jos Mooij
  • Organizational and Institutional Barriers to the Effectiveness of Public Expenditures: The Case of Agricultural Research Investments in Nigeria and Ghana Catherine Ragasa
  • Development in Post-liberalization India: Marketization, Decentralization and Informalization in Gujarat Dolly Daftary
  • Navigating Polycentric Governance from a Citizen’s Perspective: The Rising New Middle Classes Respond Alan Fowler, Kees Biekart
  • An Exploratory study of Dairying Intensification, Women’s Decision Making, and Time Use and Implications for Child Nutrition in Kenya Jemimah Micere Njuki, Amanda Wyatt
  • Coordination Without Effectiveness? A Critique of the Paris Agenda in the Experience of Development Aid in Albania Artan Karini
  • The Poverty Focus of Swedish Bilateral Aid: A Comparative Analysis Bob Baulch
  • After-Development Dynamics – South Korea’s Contemporary Engagement with Asia Hoon Choi
2016, Vol. 28, Nº 3
  • South–South Trade in Capital Goods,the Market Driven Diffusion of Appropriate Technology. Rebecca K Hanlin and Raphael Kaplinsk
  • Tilling the Soil in Tanzania: What Do Emerging Economies Have to Offer?. Andrew Agyei-Holmes
  • Chinese Technologies and Pro-Poor Industrialisation in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Furniture Manufacturing in Kenya. Richmond Atta-Ankomah
  • Brazil’s Tropical Solutions for Africa: Tractors, Matracas and the Politics of ‘Appropriate Technology’. Lidia Cabral
  • Decomposing Inequality of Opportunity in Immunization by Circumstances: Evidence from India. Rama Pal
  • Realigning the Political and the Technical: Ngos and the Politicization of Agrarian Development in Bolivia. Diana Cordoba _ and _Kees Jansen
  • What Happens When Corporate Ownership Shifts to China?: A Case Study on Rubber Production in Cameroon. S.Assembe-Mvondo_ , P.O.Cerutti , L.Putzel, and R Eba'a Atyi
2016, Vol. 28, Nº 2
  • Moving Towards Inclusive Development? Recent Views on Inequalities, Frugal Innovations, Urban Geo-Technologies, Gender and Hybrid Governance Isa Baud
  • Why Are Some People Poor? Andy Sumner
  • Frugal Innovation and Development: Aides or Adversaries? Peter Knorringa, Iva Peša, André Leliveld and Cees van Beers
  • Perspectives on the Role of Geo-Technologies for Addressing Contemporary Urban Issues: Implications for IDS Karin Pfeffer and Hebe Verrest
  • Gender Dilemmas in International Development Studies Wendy Harcourt
  • Hybrid Governance Arrangements Francesco Colona and Rivke Jaffe
2015, Vol. 27, Nº 5
  • Urban agriculture and Dietary Diversity:Empirical Evidence Tanzania.Luca Tasciotti and Natascha Wagner
  • Food Price Rises and PoliticalInstability:Problematizing a Complex relationship.Leila demurest
  • Local Appropriations of developmental Imperatives:Notes from a watershed Project in odisha, Eastern India.Sailen Routray
  • Volatility and Inequality: household vulnerability as Uncertain Welfare in Rural China.Jing You and Adam Ozanne
  • Means to and End: The importance of the Research Question for Systenatic Reviews in International Develompment.HenriK Hasen and Neda Trifkovic
  • Investing in Irony? Development, Improvement and Dispossession in Southern African Coal Spaces.Bram Büscher
  • Flexibilité des règles et participation individuelle à l’action collective: Cas de l’Union des Groupements de Producteurs du Périmètre irrigué de Malanville au Bénin. Kouété P Jimmy and Ismail Moumouni
  • L’Afrique du Sud et la Chine en Afrique: une cohabitation difficile&quest.Moda Dieng
  • Adapting Generic Models through Bricolage: Elite Capture of Water Users Associations in Peri-urban Lilongwe .Maria Rusca, Klaas Schwartz, Lejla Hadzovic and Rhodante Ahlers
  • The Political Economy of Decentralization in Thailand: How Past and Present Decentralization Affects rural Actors’ Participation.Thomas Dufhues, _Insa Theesfeld and Gertrud Buchenrieder
  • ‘Power’ in ‘Empowerment’: A Case Study of Constructing a Text against the Mainstream.Rosalind Eyben
  • Does Aid Reduce Inequality? Evidence for Latin America. David Castells-Quintana and José María Larrú
  • How to Design and Implement Social Business Models for Base-of-the-Pyramid (BoP) Markets&quest .Sandeep Goyal, _Bruno S Sergi and Mahadeo Jaiswal
2015, Vol. 27, Nº 4

Strategic Governance for Inclusive Development FREE Nicky R M Pouw and Ad de Bruijne

  • Urban Water Governance for More Inclusive Development: A Reflection on the ‘Waterscapes’ of Durban, South Africa Catherine Sutherland, Dianne Scott and Michaela Hordijk
  • Big Data for Better Urban Life? – An Exploratory Study of Critical Urban Issues in Two Caribbean Cities: Paramaribo (Suriname) and Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) Karin Pfeffer, Hebe Verrest and Ate Poorthuis
  • Landscapes of Social Inclusion: Inclusive Value-Chain Collaboration Through the Lenses of Food Sovereignty and Landscape Governance Mirjam A F Ros-Tonen, Yves-Pierre Benoît Van Leynseele, Anna Laven and Terry Sunderland
  • Towards an Elaborated Theory of Inclusive Development Joyeeta Gupta, Nicky R M Pouw and Mirjam A F Ros-Tonen
  • Discourse of Urban Resilience and ‘Inclusive Development’ in the Johannesburg Growth and Development Strategy 2040 Elisabeth Peyroux
  • Machismo and Mamitas at School: Exploring the Agency of Teachers for Social and Gender Justice in Bolivian Education Mieke T A Lopes Cardozo, Jennifer Sawyer and Maria Luisa Talavera Simoni
  • Contesting Inclusiveness: The Anxieties of Mechanised Fishers Over Social Boundaries in Chennai, South India Maarten Bavinck, Subramanian Karuppiah and Svein Jentoft
  • Inclusive Growth: Beyond Safety Nets? Arjan de Haan
2015, Vol. 27, Nº 3
Public Investments in and for Agriculture
  • Public Investments in and for Agriculture Tewodaj Mogues, Shenggen Fan and Samuel Benin
  • rends and Composition of Public Expenditures: A Global and Regional Perspective Bingxin Yu, Shenggen Fan and Eduardo Magalhães
  • Who Invests How Much in Agriculture in Low- and Middle-Income Countries? An Empirical Review Sarah K Lowder, Brian Carisma and Jakob Skoet
  • Agricultural R&D Expenditure in Africa: An Analysis of Growth and Volatility Gert-Jan Stads and Nienke Beintema
  • Prioritizing Rural Investments in Africa: A Hybrid Evaluation Approach Applied to Uganda Karl Pauw and James Thurlow
  • Agricultural Productivity, Health and Public Expenditures in Sub-Saharan Africa Summer L Allen and John Ulimwengu
  • By All Means Necessary: How China’s Resource Quest is Changing the World Christof Morscher
  • Pirate Trails: Tracking the Illicit Financial Flows from Pirate Activities off the Horn of Africa John S Ivancovich
2015, Vol. 27, Nº 2
  • The New Middle Classes: Advocates for Good Governance, Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development?.Jürgen Wiemann
  • Inequality, Sustainability and Middle Classes in a Polycentric World. Peter Knorringaa and Alejandro Guarin
  • Sharing Global Responsibility: The Role of the Middle Classes on the Way to a Just and Sustainable Global Economy.Jürgen Wiemann
  • Does the Rise of the Middle Class Lock in Good Government in the Developing World?.Nancy Birdsall
  • The Emerging Middle Classes in India: Mobilizing for Inclusive Development?.Isa Baud
  • The Choice of the New Latin American Middle Classes: Sharing or Self-Caring.Kees Biekart
  • Where and What (for) is the Middle? Africa and the Middle Class(es).Henning Melber
  • Towards a More Empirical Debate on Middle Classes in the Global South.Peter Knorringa
  • Lacking the Means or the Motivation? Exploring the Experience of Community-Based Resource Management Among Fisherfolk on Lake Victoria, Uganda.Caroline Barratta, Janet Seeleyb and Edward H Allison
  • Russia as a Recruited Development Donor.Patty A Gray
2015, Vol. 27, Nº 1
  • Reinventing International Development NGOs – The Case of ICCO. Willem Elbers and Lau Schulpen
  • The Development Project as an Institution for Agency and Capability Expansion: The Case of the Njombe Milk Project. Francesco Burchia, Pasquale De Murob and Sara Vicaric
  • Macroeconomic Fundamentals of Poverty and Deprivation: An Empirical Study for Developed Countries. Ana Paula Ribeiroa, Sandra Tavares Silvaa and Duarte Guimarãesa
  • SLE in Kenyan Slum Communities: Development of the Concept. Robert Porter
  • Child Labor in Africa and Asia: Household and Context Determinants of Hours Worked in Paid Labor by Young Children in 16 Low-Income Countries Ellen Webbink, Jeroen Smits and Eelke de Jong
  • Impacts of a Micro-Enterprise Clustering Programme on Firm Performance in Ghana Jörg Peters-, Maximiliane Sievert and Christoph Strupat
  • Technological Capabilities, Institutions and Firm Productivity: A Multilevel Study Micheline Goedhuys and Martin Srholec
  • Holding All the Cards? Quality Management by Cooperatives in a Moroccan Dairy Value Chain Nicolas Faysse and Cristina Simon -How Does Trade Facilitation Affect International Trade? Chahir Zaki
  • The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor Karen Del Biondo
  • The Final Deathblow to Development Planning? A Comparative Book Review Dennis Essers and Bert Jacobs
  • Mémoires solidaires et solitaires. Trajectoires d’un économiste du développement Claire Mainguy and Françoise Stoeffler-Kern
2014, Vol. 26, Nº 4
  • Understanding the Links between Labour and Economic Development. Ralitza Dimova and Christophe J Nordman
  • Informal Employment and Development: Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion- Martha Chen
  • By Choice and by Necessity: Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment in the Developing World David N Margolis
  • Informal sector dynamics in times of fragile growth: The case of Madagascar. Julia Vaillant, Michael Grimm, Jann Lay and François Roubaud
  • The determinants of the size distribution of firms in Uganda. Jonathan Goyette
  • Informal–Formal Linkages and Informal Enterprise Performance in Urban West Africa Marcus H Böhme and Rainer Thiele
  • Trapped in Agriculture? Credit Constraints, Investments in Education and Agricultural Employment Ruxanda Berlinschi, Johan Swinnen and Kristine Van Herck
  • Migration, Education and the Gender Gap in Labour Force Participation Ilhom Abdulloev, Ira N Gang and Myeong-Su Yun
  • In Limbo: Exploring Transition to Discouragement Ayça Akarçay Gürbüz, Sezgin Polat and Mustafa Ulus
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2014, Vol. 26, Nº 1

SPECIAL DEBATE SECTION

  • Impact Evaluation – Are We ‘Off the Gold Standard’? Laura Camfield and Maren Duvendack
  • What Can We Learn from Impact Evaluations? Robert Lensink
  • Current Challenges in Impact Evaluation. Howard White
  • Is Impact Evaluation Evaluation? Robert Picciotto
  • Impact Evaluation and Welfare Evaluation. Glenn W Harrison
  • Does Impact Evaluation in Development Matter? Well, It Depends What It’s For! Irene Guijt and Chris Roche

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  • Learning to Co-operate: Youth Engagement with the Co-operative Revival in Africa Open. Sally Hartley and Hazel Johnson
  • Capturing Critical Institutionalism: A Synthesis of Key Themes and Debates. Kurt Hall, Frances Cleaver, Tom Franks and Faustin Maganga
  • Interest Rates and Financial Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Recent Global Evidence. Ashim Kumar Kar and Ranjula Bali Swain
  • Growing Up in Ethiopia and Andhra Pradesh: The Impact of Social Protection Schemes on Girls’ Roles and Responsibilities. Laura Camfield
  • Measuring Governance: Implications of Conceptual Choices. Katherine Bersch and Sandra Botero
  • Financing the Clean Development Mechanism through Debt-for-Efficiency Swaps? Case Study Evidence from a Uruguayan Wind Farm Project. Danny Cassimon, Martin Prowse and Dennis Essers
2013, Vol. 25, Nº 5
  • Securing Livelihoods in Africa: Towards Multi-scalar Policy Frameworks. Frederic Lapeyre
  • Getting the Water Prices Right Using an Incentive-based Approach: An Application of a Choice Experiment in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Anik Bhaduri and Julia Kloos
  • Long-Run Price Elasticities and the Marshall–Lerner Condition: Evidence from Egypt–EU Commodity Trade. Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee and Amr Sadek Hosny
  • A New Avenue for Understanding the Nutritional Status of Children in Guinea. Dorothée Boccanfuso and Ohiniba Bruce
  • The Impact of Social Security on Household Welfare: Evidence from a Transition Country. Nguyen Viet Cuong
  • Targeting Accuracy of the NREG: Evidence from Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Raghbendra Jha, Raghav Gaiha, Shylashri Shankar and Manoj K Pandey
  • Systemic Impact Evaluation: A Methodology for Complex Agricultural Development Projects. The Case of a Contract Farming Project in Guinea. Jocelyne Delarue and Hubert Cochet
  • The Macro-Costs of Forced Displacement of the Farmers in India: A Micro-Level Study. Abhijit Guha
  • Electricity Access and the Performance of Micro and Small Enterprises: Evidence from West Africa. Michael Grimm, Renate Hartwig and Jann Lay
  • Choques macroeconómicos y los precios de los activos. El caso argentino. Luis N Lanteri
2013, Vol. 25, Nº 3
  • Conceptualising Inclusive Innovation: Modifying Systems of Innovation Frameworks to Understand Diffusion of New Technology to Low-Income Consumers. Christopher Foster and Richard Heeks
  • The Pragmatics of Ethnography and Intervention: Street Children in Mexico. Norman Long
  • Can China and India be Growth Drivers for Developing Asia? Rashmi Banga and Dinesh Kumar
  • Participatory Rural Self-Governance under the Left Regime in West Bengal: An Alternative to Neoliberal Developmentalism. Manik Bhattacharya and Sudipta Bhattacharyya
  • Challenges of Agro-Food Standards Conformity: Lessons from East Africa and Policy Implications. Simon Bolwig, Lone Riisgaard, Peter Gibbon and Stefano Ponte
  • Beyond Translation: Reconceptualizing the Role of Local Practitioners and the Development ‘Interface’. Mette F Olwig
  • Husbands, Wives and the Peculiar Economics of Household Public Goods. Amanda J Felkey
  • La théorie économique confrontée aux transformations économiques d’une société rurale: le cas de la province de Phongsaly au Laos. Pierre Alary
  • How Inclusive Has Regular Employment Been in India? A Dynamic View. Ashish Singh, Upasak Das and Tushar Agrawal
2013, Vol. 25, Nº 2
  • Impact of FDI, ODA and Migrant Remittances on Economic Growth in Developing Countries: A Systems Approach. Nigel Driffield and Chris Jones
  • ‘Who Seeks, Finds’: How Artisanal Miners and Traders Benefit from Gold in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Sara Geenen
  • Latin American Post-Neoliberal Development Thinking: The Bolivian ‘Turn’ Toward Suma Qamaña. Manuel Mejido Costoya
  • The Reach of Rural Services in Ethiopia: An Asset and Gender-Based Public Expenditure Benefit Incidence Analysis. Tewodaj Mogues
  • Unfulfilled Mandate? Exploring the Electoral Discourse of International Development Aid in UK Westminster Elections 1945–2010. Paul Chaney
  • Local Agency and Structural Continuity: Views from an SHG-based Microcredit Scheme in Western India. Nikita Sud
  • ‘The people know they need religion in order to develop’: Religion's Capacity to Inspire People in Pune's Slums. Zara Bhatewara and Tamsin Bradley
  • The Politics of Philanthropy and Welfare Governance: The Case of Turkey. Behrooz Morvaridi
2013, Vol. 25, Nº 1
A nutritious new world: will the world nutritiously feed its growing population?

SPECIAL DEBATE SECTION

  • A World Free of Poverty… but of Hunger and Malnutrition?. Jose Cuesta.
  • Can Agriculture Meet Future Nutrition Challenges?. Per Pinstrup-Andersen.
  • How Can We Build an Enabling Political Environment to Fight Undernutriton?. Lawrence Haddad.
  • How Can the Environment Become Part of the Solution to Feeding a Growing Population?. Elizabeth Warham, Rebecca Fisher-Lamb, John Beddington.
  • What Policy Changes Will Reverse Persistent Malnutrition in Asia?. Shenggen Fan, Purnima Menon, Joanna Brzeska.
  • Will Renewed Attention and Investment in African Agriculture Ensure Sound Nutrition?. Sheryl L Hendriks.

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  • Endowments, Entitlements and Capabilities: What Urban Social Movements Offer to Poverty Reduction. Diana Mitlin.
  • The Systemic Approach to International Financing for Development and the Need for a World Tax and Financial Organization. Jorge Garcia-Arias.
  • Struggles in Paris: The DAC and the Purposes of Development Aid. Rosalind Eyben.
  • Structural Change, Land Use and the State in China: Making Sense of Three Divergent Processes. Murat Arsel, Anirban Dasgupta.
  • Conflicting Views of Fairness in Aid Distribution: Evidence from Rural Nicaragua. Ben D'Exelle.
  • Saving a Life-Year and Reaching MDG 4 with Investments in Water and Sanitation: A Cost-Effective Policy?. Isabel Günther, Günther Fink.
  • La croissance urbaine chinoise: convergence ou marche aléatoire?. Alexandra Schaffar, Michel Dimou, Mohamed Hazem.
2012, Vol. 24, Nº 5
Horizontal Inequalities and Trade

SPECIAL SECTION

  • International Trade and Horizontal Inequalities: Conceptual and Empirical Linkages. Arnim Langer and Frances Stewart
  • The Making of Conflict-Prone Development: Trade and Horizontal Inequalities in Peru. José Carlos Orihuela
  • Trade Policies and Ethnic Inequalities in Mexico. Alicia Puyana and Sandra Murillo
  • Trade, Employment and Horizontal Inequalities in New Order Indonesia. Graham K Brown
  • Trade Reforms and Horizontal Inequalities: The Case of Uganda. John Mary Matovu

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  • Ecosystem Services and Poverty Reduction: How Do Development Practitioners Conceptualize the Linkages? Martin Sjöstedt
  • Microfinance Efficiency: Trade-Offs and Complementarities between the Objectives of Microfinance Institutions and Their Performance Perspectives. Samuel Kobina Annim
  • L’impact de la distance et de l’intégration sur le commerce d’une région ultrapériphérique d’Europe: l’île de La Réunion. Fabien Candau, Jean-François Hoarau and Serge Rey
2012, Vol. 24, Nº 4
  • International Trade and Carbon Emissions. Richard Kozul-Wright and Piergiuseppe Fortunato
  • Why Do So Many Women End Up in ‘Bad Jobs’? A Cross-country Assessment for Developing Countries. Angela Luci, Johannes Jütting and Christian Morrisson
  • Networks and Anti-poverty Programs: Experience of India's National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. Shylashri Shankar and Raghav Gaiha
  • Poverty Transitions among Older Households in Brazil and South Africa. Armando Barrientos and Julia Mase
  • Political Conflict and Entangled Social Logics in the Development of Institutional Capacity: Creating a Designated National Authority for the Clean Development Mechanism in Uganda. Karen Holm Olsen
  • Total Public Debt and Growth in Developing Countries. Andrea F Presbitero
  • Sharecropping in Non-traditional Agro-export Production: The Abougnon Contract for Pineapple Cultivation in Côte d’Ivoire. Jean-Philippe Colin
  • La coordination de l’aide: Un objectif aux présupposés contestables. Mamadou Barry and Bruno Boidin
2012, Vol. 24, Nº 3
  • From Civil Wars to Drug Wars: The Limits of Decentralization Policies in Central America. Alfredo Stein
  • Do Connections Matter? Individual Social Capital and Credit Constraints in Vietnam. Quoc Hoang Dinh, Thomas Bernhard Dufhues and Gertrud Buchenrieder
  • Did International Trade Destroy or Create Jobs in Indian Manufacturing? Seethamma Natarajan Rajesh Raj and Kunal Sen
  • ‘Helping a Large Number of People Become a Little Less Poor’: The Logic of Survival Entrepreneurs. Erhard Berner, Georgina Gomez and Peter Knorringa
  • Determinants of Access to Finance: An Investigation into the Mzansi Intervention. Philip Kostov, Thankom Arun and Samuel Annim
  • The Impact of Financial Crises on Female Labour. Marcello Signorelli, Misbah Choudhry and Enrico Marelli
  • Choice of Fresh Vegetable Retail Outlets by Developing-Country Urban Consumers: The Case of Kale Consumers in Nairobi, Kenya. Julius J Okello, Carl-Johan Lagerkvist, Sebastian Hess, Marther Ngigi and Nancy Karanja
  • Supporting Women Entrepreneurs in Tunisia. Imed Drine and Mouna Grach
  • Operational Models for Improving the Targeting Efficiency of Development Policies: A Systematic Comparison of Different Estimation Methods Using Out-of-sample Tests. Nazaire Houssou and Manfred Zeller
  • Entre Crise et Rebond: Questions Autour de la Durabilité des Systèmes de Production Cotonniers au Mali. Isabelle Droy, Jean-François Bélières and Jean Etienne Bidou
2012, Vol. 24, Nº 2
Beyond the BRICs: Alternative Strategies of Influence in the Global Politics of Development.
  • Introduction: Beyond the BRICs: Alternative Strategies of Influence in the Global Politics of Development. Matthias vom Hau, James Scott and David Hulme
  • Trends in World Income Inequality and the 'Emerging Middle' Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz
  • Another BRIC in the Wall? South Africa's Development Impact and Contradictory Rise in Africa and Beyond. Pádraig Carmody
  • Korea's Search for a Global Role between Hard Economic Interests and Soft Power. Thomas Kalinowski and Hyekyung Cho
  • Overseas Development Aid Across the Global South: Lessons from the Turkish Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa and Central Asia. Fulya Apaydin
  • South Africa, Multilateralism and the Global Politics of Development. Eduard Jordaan
  • The Mexican Exception: Patents and Innovation Policy in a Non-conformist and Reluctant Middle Income Country. Kenneth C. Shadlen
2012, Vol. 24, Nº 1
SPECIAL DEBATE SECTION: Why is the empirical evidence on the role of FDI in development so ambiguous?
  • Does FDI Cause Development? The Ambiguity of the Evidence and Why it Matters. Rajneesh Narula and Nigel Driffield
  • Effects, Not Externalities. Antonello Zanfei
  • In Praise of Pecuniary Externalities. Davide Castellani
  • Mind the Gap: How Linkages Strengthen Understanding of Spillovers. Axèle Giroud
  • FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Few Linkages, Fewer Spillovers. Oliver Morrissey
  • Challenging the Production Function Approach to Assess the Developmental Effects of FDI. Nigel Driffield and Björn Jindra
  • Some Observations on Scholarly Research on FDI Impact on Development. James Zhan and Hafiz Mirza

ORIGINAL ARTICLE

  • Linking Development and Innovation: What Does Technological Change Bring to the Society? Evgeny A Klochikhin
  • China's Metals Demand and Commodity Prices: A Case of Disruptive Development? Masuma Zareen Farooki
  • Internal and External Validity in Experimental Games: A Social Reality Check. Cecile Jackson
  • ‘A Gap in the Bridge?’: European Union Civil Society Financial Assistance in Turkey. Markus Ketola
  • Addressing Group Inequalities: Social Policies in Emerging Economies’ Great Transformation. Arjan de Haan and Sukhadeo Thorat
  • Decentralization, Democracy and Allocation of Poverty Alleviation Programmes in Rural India. Katsushi S Imai and Takahiro Sato
  • The Democratic Transition: Short-run and Long-run Causality between Income and the Gastil Index. Martin Paldam and Erich Gundlach
  • Politiques publiques de santé dans les pays en sortie de crise et influence de la communauté internationale: la reconstruction du système de santé primaire dans l’Afghanistan post-conflit. Emilie Robert
2011, Vol. 23, Nº 5
Young lives in transition: from school to adulthood?

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  • From School to Adulthood? Young People's Pathways Through Schooling in Urban Ethiopia. Laura Camfield
  • Education, Inequality and Social Mobility in Central India. Peggy Froerer
  • Striving for Knowledge and Dignity: How Qur’anic Students in Kano, Nigeria, Learn to Live with Rejection and Educational Disadvantage. Hannah Hoechner
  • We Are Poor People So What is the Use of Education? Tensions and Contradictions in Girls´ and Boys’ Transitions from School to Work in Rural Bangladesh. Karin Heissler
  • Development Amid Deprivation: Learning in Preparation for Adult Life among Low-Income Households in Delhi. Frances Lily Hay
  • Respect, Status and Domestic Work: Female Migrants at Home and Work. Nitya Rao
  • ‘See First, Think Later, Then Test’: How Children's Perspectives Can Improve Economic Research. Kate Orkin

COMMENTARY

  • Youth and Development. Craig Jeffrey
2011, Vol. 23, Nº 4
The politics of poverty and inequality
  • Income inequality: should we worry about global trends?. Robert H. Wade
  • Beware the fallacy of productivity reductionism. Andrew M. Fischer
  • Gendered poverty traps: inequality and care in a globalised world. Nalia Kabeer
  • Inequality and the politics of redistribution. Yusuf Bangura
  • Reducing poverty - What might we learn?. James K. Galbraith
  • Inequality in political power: a fundamental (and overloocked) dimension of inequality. Frances Stewart
2011, Vol. 23, Nº 3
  • Lost in translation? EU Development Policy in the Anglophone and Francophone Eastern Caribbean.
  • Pounding millet during school hours: Obstacles to girl's formal education in Niger.
  • The characteristics and determinants of FDI in Ghana.
  • Why the European Commission fails to adhere to the Principles of Good Donorship: The case of the Governance Incentive Tranche.
  • Linking smallholder farmers to markets, gender and intra-household dynamics: Does the choice of commodity matter?
  • The possibility of state formation: The experience of Botswana in a theoretical perspective.
  • Labour market outcomes in Bangladesh: The role of poverty and gender norms.
  • Riqueza mineral y pobreza en Los Andes.
2011, Vol. 23, Nº 2
The Legacy of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Processes in Latin America
  • The PRS Approach and the Paris Agenda: Experiences in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua.
  • Illusions and Disillusions with Poverty Reduction Strategies: Growth Crisis and the MDGs in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua.
  • Guyana´s Poverty Reduction Strategy and Social Expenditure.
  • Rural Poverty Reduction Policies in Honduras, Nicaragua and Bolivia: Lessons from a Comparative Analysis.
  • Forest Management and Poverty in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua: Reform failures?
  • Gender Equity and Public Policies in Latin America: Opportunities and Risks in the PRS Approach.
  • Institutionalizing Social Accountability? Participation and the PRS Process in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua.
  • The Great Experiment Testing the PRSP Approach in Nicaragua, 200-2007.
2010, Vol. 22, Nº 5
New avenues for pastoral development in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Living off uncertainty: The intelligent animal production of Drylands Pastoralists.
  • Drought coping and adaptation strategies: Understanding adaptations to climate change in agro-pastoral livestock production in Makueni district, Kenya.
  • Property relations by other means: Conflict over Dryland Resources in Benin and Mali.
  • Pathways and dead Ends of Pastoral Development among the Afar and Karrayu in Ethiopia.
  • Better marginalised than incorporated? Pastoralist livelihoods in Somali Region, Ethiopia.
  • Along the milky way: Marketing camel milk in Puntland, Somalia.
  • Bumbling bureaucrats, sluggish courts and forum-shopping elites: Unending conflict and competition in the transition to private property.
2010, Vol. 22, Nº 4
  • Indian generics producers, access to essential medicines and local production in Africa: An argument with reference to Tanzania (Maureen Mackintosh et al).
  • Challenges to the Cambodian garment industry in the global garment value chain,
  • The importance of assessing marketing preferences of small-scale farmers: A latent segment approach.
  • Trans-faith humanitarian partnerships: The case of Muslim Aid and the United Methodist Committee on relief.
  • Rethinking the impact of microfinance in Africa: 'Business Change' of Social Emancipation.
  • Does happiness affect the bilateral aid flows between donor and recipient countries?
  • Variations of late Socialist development: Integration and marginalization in the Northern Uplands of Vietnam and Laos.
2009, Vol. 21, Nº 4
China in Africa: A relationship in transition.
  • China-Africa trade relations: Insights from AERC Scoping Studies.
  • Do Chinese exports crowd-out African goods? An economic analysis by country and sector.
  • China's growth and the agricultural exports of Sub-Saharan Southern Asia.
  • Chinese FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Engaging with Large Dragons.
  • China's private enterprises in Africa and the implications for African development.
  • Chinese migrants in Africa as new agents of development? An analytical framework.
  • "Shangai Beauties" an African desires: Migration, trade and Chinese prostitution in Cameroon.
  • Part of the disease or part of the cure? Chinese investments in the Zambian mining and construction sectors.
  • The EU's response to China's Africa Safari: Can triangular co-operation match needs?
2010, Vol. 22, Nº 3
Female entrepreneurship across countries and in devolopment.
  • What is the evidence that there is no evidence? The link between conflict displacement and HIV infections.
  • Hiding relations: The irony of "Effective Aid".
  • Children's well-being in developing countries: A conceptual and methodological rewiew.
2010, Vol. 22, Nº 2
What happened to Doha in Geneva? Re-engineering the WTO's image while missing key opportunities.
  • The political economy of WTO with special reference to NAMA Negotiations.
  • Firms in developing countries: A theoretical probe in the borderland of Business Studies and Development Studies.
  • A Sociology of International Research Partnerships for Sustainable Development.