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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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The European Journal of Development Research

2022, Vol. 34, Nº 4
  • Research–Practice–Collaborations in International Sustainable Development and Knowledge Production: Reflections from a Political-Economic Perspective. Katja Bender
  • Moving from Collaboration to Co-production in International Research. Cai Heath, Maru Mormina
  • Collaboration in a ‘North–South’ Context: The Role of Power Relations and the Various Context-Based Conditions. Petra Dannecker
  • Research–Practice–Collaborations in Engineering. Stefanie Meilinger
  • Co-production and Voice in Policymaking: Participatory Processes in the European Periphery Pedro Goulart, Roberto Falanga
  • Research-Practice-Collaborations Addressing One Health and Urban Transformation. A Case Study Authors. Ana Maria Perez Arredondo
  • Insights into smallholder capacity for agricultural commercialisation: Evidence from four African contexts. Amrita Saha, Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, John Thompson
  • Nexus of Cash Crop Production Using Improved Varieties and Household Food Security. Aseres Mamo Eshetie, Eunice Matafwali, Gershom Endelani Mwalupaso, Jie Li & Aijun Liu

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PAPELES de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global

2022, Nº 159
Desigualdades.

Aunque las desigualdades entre países se suavizan, están en aumento dentro de los países y se hacen más profundas, alcanzando dimensiones intolerables en casi todas las sociedades.

En la actualidad existe un acuerdo generalizado acerca de muchos aspectos de la desigualdad: sobre su magnitud, multidimensionalidad, implicaciones y, en menor grado, sobre la necesidad de combatirla. Sus perniciosos efectos se ramifican en nuevas manifestaciones.

Más allá de las clásicas desigualdades de ingreso y riqueza, se perfilan nuevas brechas que se entrelazan y se refuerzan mutuamente: las desigualdades empeoran la salud de las personas, erosionan la cohesión social y alteran la capacidad de influencia política, fomentando la polarización, o se plasman en afectaciones y responsabilidades por el cambio climático –o la contaminación del aire– dispares, mientras que las clases acomodadas del Norte y el Sur global continúan ensanchando esa distancia con un modo de vida despilfarrador de energía y bienes naturales.

El número 159 de la revista Papeles de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global explora diferentes facetas de la desigualdad y cómo afecta a nuestras sociedades.

A través del siguiente enlace puedes consultar el índice y leer los artículos disponibles en línea.

The European Journal of Development Research

2022, Vol. 34, Nº 5
Policies for Inclusive Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Policies for Inclusive Development in Africa. Marleen Dekker, Nicky Pouw
  • How Inclusive are the Local Economic Impacts of Social Protection in Uganda? Maria Klara Kuss, Franziska Gassmann, Firminus Mugumya
  • Partnerships Blending Institutional Logics for Inclusive Global and Regional Food Value Chains in Ghana; with What Smallholder Effect? Annemarie van Paassen, Charity Osei-Amponsah, Laurens Klerkx, Barbara van Mierlo & George Owusu Essegbey
  • The Poverty Reduction Effect of Social Protection: The Pros and Cons of a Multidisciplinary Approach. Nicky Pouw, Katja Bender
  • Multinationals, Capital Export, and the Inclusive Development Debate in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Insight. Abel Ezeoha, Akinyinka Akinyoade, Ifediora Amobi, Ogbuagu Ekumankama, Paul Kamau, Agnieszka Kazimierczuk, Catherine Mukoko, Ifeanyi Okoye & Chibuike Uche
  • Evaluating the Success of Decentralisation in Facilitating the Inclusion of Rwanda’s Marginalised. Morag Goodwin
  • The Dynamics and Role of Gender in High-Value Avocado Farming in Kenya. Beatrice Muriithi, Jane Kabubo-Mariara
  • Fraught with Friction: Inclusive Development for Informal Workers in Urban Ghana. Tanja D. Hendriks, Rafael Verbuyst, Mayke Kaag

Consulta el índice completo aquí.

The European Journal of Development Research

2022, Vol. 34, Nº 6
  • Delving into the Determinants of Default Risk in Savings Groups: Empirical Evidence from Ecuador. Pilar López-Sánchez, Elena Urquía-Grande, Cristina del Campo & Andrés L. Cancer
  • Production of Indigenous Food Crops: Implications for Children’s Nutritional Status of Farm Households in Northern Ghana. Alhassan Andani, John Baptist D. Jatoe, Ramatu M. Al-Hassan
  • Reproductive Governance in a Fragile and Population-Dense Context: Family Planning Policies, Discourses, and Practices in Burundi. Joëlle Schwarz, René Manirakiza, Sonja Merten
  • Gender and Disability: The Experiences of Microaggressions Against Women with Disabilities in the Philippines. Christelle Juin Reduta Ancha
  • Trust, Efficient Contracting and Export Upgrading.Gideon Ndubuisi, Solomon Owusu
  • Municípios in the Time of Covid-19 in Brazil: Socioeconomic Vulnerabilities, Transmission Factors and Public Policies. Mireille Razafindrakoto, François Roubaud, João Saboia, Marta Reis Castilho & Valeria Pero
  • Unpacking The Nexus Between Broiler Contract Farming and Its Impact in Ghana. Richard Kwasi Bannor, Yaw Gyekye
  • The Role of Automatic Stabilizers and Emergency Tax–Benefit Policies During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Ecuador. H. Xavier Jara, Lourdes Montesdeoca, Iva Tasseva

Consulta el índice completo aquí.

The European Journal of Development Research

2022, Vol. 34, Nº 2
  • Irrigated Agriculture and Welfare: Panel Data Evidence from Southern Ghana Authors. Charles Yaw Okyere, Ama Asantewah Ahene-Codjoe
  • Donors’ Interest in Water and Sanitation Subsectors Authors. Souha El Khanji
  • Special Economic Zones and Sourcing Linkages with the Local Economy: Reality or Pipedream? Authors. Susanne A. Frick, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose
  • Is the Success of Rural Cooperatives Conditioned by the Group Characteristics and Their Value Chain? Evidence from New Farmer Groups in Georgia. Samuel Ahado, Levan Chkhvirkia, Jiri Hejkrlik
  • Geography of Income and Education Inequalities in Mexico: Evidence from Small Area Estimation and Exploratory Spatial Analysis. Matthieu ClémentLucie Piaser
  • Networks of Effectiveness? The Impact of Politicization on Bureaucratic Performance in Pakistan Authors. Sameen A. Mohsin Ali
  • Female and Male Community-Level Empowerment: Capability Approach-Based Findings for Rural India. Melinda Schmidt, Harald Strotmann, Jürgen Volkert
  • Soundtracks of Poverty and Development: Music, Emotions and Representations of the Global South Authors. John D. Cameron, Emmanuel Solomon, William Clarke
  • Modalities of Cooperation and Policy Transfer: The Case of the European Programme for Social Cohesion in Latin America—EUROsociAL II. Marisa Ramos-Rollón
  • COVID-19 and the Performance of Exporting Companies in Benin. Augustin F. C. Chabossou, Gbêtondji Melaine Armel Nonvide, Boris O. K. Lokonon, Cocou Jaurès Amegnaglo, Laurent G. Akpo
  • Strengthening the Resilience of Vulnerable Communities: Results from a Quasi-experimental Impact Evaluation in Coastal Bangladesh. Christophe Béné, Mahfuzul A. B. M. Haque
  • The Impact of China–Africa Trade on the Productivity of African Firms: Evidence from Ghana. Jun Hou, Xiaolan Fu, Pierre Mohnen
  • National Innovation Systems and Global Value Chain Participation: The Role of Entrepreneurship. Zicheng Ma, Liang Wang, Xin Zheng, Jianqi Zhang
  • Stuck in a “Catch-22”: Why Donors Fail to Include Grassroots Perspectives on CSO Legitimacy. Willem ElbersLau SchulpenEmma Frobisher
  • Agriculture-Nutrition Linkages, Cooking-Time, Intrahousehold Equality Among Women and Children: Evidence from Tajikistan. Hiroyuki Takeshima, Kamiljon Akramov, Allen Park, Jarilkasin Ilyasov, Tanzila Ergasheva
  • Conceptualising Digital Platforms in Developing Countries as Socio-Technical Transitions: A Multi-level Perspective Analysis of EasyTaxi in Colombia. juan Erasmo Gomez-Morantes, Richard Heeks, Richard Duncombe
  • Does Accountability Undermine Service Delivery? The Impact of Devolving Agriculture in Ghana Authors. Danielle Resnick
  • Social Ties Development as Competitive Strategies in Vegetables Marketing: Evidence from Small-Scale Farmers in Benin. Soulé Akinhola Adéchian, Mohamed Nasser Baco, Luke Oyesola Olarinde, Ismail Moumouni, David C. Natcher
  • Arts-Based Adult Learning in Peacebuilding: A Potentially Significant Emerging Area for Development Practitioners? Vicki-Ann Ware, Joanne Lauterjung, Shannon Harmer McSolvin
  • Technical Efficiency of Teff Production Among Smallholder Farmers: Beta Regression Approach. Birara Endalew, Adugnaw Anteneh, Kassahun Tasie
  • Productivity and Welfare Impacts of Dual-Purpose Sweetpotato Varieties’ Adoption Among Smallholder Farmers in Rwanda. Gideon Danso-Abbeam, Lloyd J. S. Baiyegunhi, Mark D. Laing, Hussein Shimelis
  • Entre abstraction et réalité dans la mise en œuvre du conseil agricole en Afrique subsaharienne: leçons apprises des expériences du département de l’Atlantique au Bénin. Aristophane Aplogan, Espérance Zossou, Gérard C. Zoundji, Simplice D. Vodouhe
  • Impacts of Improved Bean Varieties Adoption on Dietary Diversity and Food Security in Rwanda. Catherine Larochelle, Jeffrey Alwang
  • The Effect of Kaizen on Performance: Evidence from Manufacturing Enterprises in Ghana. Richmond Atta-Ankomah, Johnson Appiah Kubi, Charles Godfred Ackah
  • Correction to: Entre abstraction et réalité dans la mise en œuvre du conseil agricole en Afrique subsaharienne: leçons apprises des expériences du département de l’Atlantique au Bénin. Aristophane Aplogan, Espérance Zossou, Gérard C. Zoundji, Simplice D. Vodouhe

The European Journal of Development Research

2022, Vol. 34, Nº 3
Social Protection and Social Cohesion.
  • Disentangling the Relationship Between Social Protection and Social Cohesion: Introduction to the Special Issue. Francesco Burchi, Markus Loewe, Daniele Malerba, Julia Leininger
  • Chicken or Egg? A Bi-directional Analysis of Social Protection and Social Cohesion in Burundi and Haiti. Keetie Roelen, Carmen Leon-Himmelstine, Sung Kyu Kim
  • Can Integrated Social Protection Programmes Affect Social Cohesion? Mixed-Methods Evidence from Malawi. Francesco Burchi, Federico Roscioli
  • Public Works Programmes and Cooperation for the Common Good: Evidence from Malawi. Stefan Beierl & Marina Dodlova
  • More than the Sum of Its Parts: Donor-Sponsored Cash-for-Work Programmes and Social Cohesion in Jordanian Communities Hosting Syrian Refugees. Tina Zintl, Markus Loewe
  • A Qualitative Analysis of the Effects of Social Protection Programs for Street Children on Social Cohesion in Kenya. Eliud Okumu Ongowo
  • Social Protection and Social Cohesion in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Kenya. Christoph Strupat
  • The Effects of Social Protection and Social Cohesion on the Acceptability of Climate Change Mitigation Policies: What Do We (Not) Know in the Context of Low- and Middle-Income Countries? Daniele Malerba
  • The Effects of Microfinance Programs on Recipients’ Livelihoods in Rural Bangladesh. Mohummed Shofi Ullah Mazumder
  • Generational Norms of Reporting Violence in Nyarugusu Refugees Camp. Erin K. Fletcher, Seth R. Gitter & Savannah Wilhelm
  • Negotiating Unsustainable Food Transformations: Development, Middle Classes and Everyday Food Practices in Vietnam. Arve Hansen
  • The Impact of Agricultural Input Subsidy on Productivity: The Case of Ghana. Sylvester Amoako Agyemang, Tomáš Ratinger, Miroslava Bavorová
  • Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare: An Entropy-Based Consumption Diversification Approach. Manisha Chakrabarty, Subhankar Mukherjee
  • Diaspora and Economic Development: A Systemic View. Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan
  • Implications of Cross-disciplinarity: Estimating the “Paper Drain” in Development Studies. Sergio Tezanos & Carmen Trueba
  • Highways to Hell? Paths Towards the Formal Financial Exclusion: Empirical Lessons of the Households from Northern Hungary. Márton Gosztonyi, Dániel Havran
  • Analyzing the Impact of Government Social Spending, Population Growth and Foreign Remittances on Human Development in Pakistan: Implications for Policy. Muhammad Arshad, Faisal Abbas, Harald Kächele, Yasir Mehmood, Nasir Mahmood, Klaus Mueller
  • How COVID-19 Pandemic Worsens the Economic Situation of Women in South Africa. Margaret Chitiga, Martin Henseler, Ramos Emmanuel Mabugu, Hélène Maisonnave
  • Solving Local Problems or Looking Good: An Ethnography of the Field Practices of Foreign Sponsored NGOs in Rural African Communities. Sampson Addo Yeboah
  • Citizens Committees and Local Elites: Elite Capture, Captured Elites, and Absent Elites in Health Facility Committees. Jean-Benoit Falisse, Hugues Nkengurutse
  • Correction to: More than the Sum of Its Parts: Donor-Sponsored Cash-for-Work Programmes and Social Cohesion in Jordanian Communities Hosting Syrian Refugees. Tina Zintl & Markus Loewe
  • Correction to: Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare: An Entropy-Based Consumption Diversifcation Approach. Manisha Chakrabarty, Subhankar Mukherjee
  • Correction to: Citizens Committees and Local Elites: Elite Capture, Captured Elites, and Absent Elites in Health Facility Committees. Jean-Benoit FalisseHugues Nkengurutse

Alternatives Humanitaires / Humanitarian Alternatives

2022, Nº 21
Inde: Contre-modèle humanitaire? = India: A humanitarian countermodel?

Together with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and specialised United Nations (UN) entities, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from international civil society are the third-largest family of international actors. Still overwhelmingly Western, they bring together and organise citizens who share an ambition to change public policies in their countries of origin. But they also operate at a distance from these countries to carry out solidarity actions. They assert too that they intervene in the name of a common humanity alongside populations affected by political or environmental crises. Violence, communicable diseases and shortfalls in basic needs are often the common denominator.

Del editorial del nº21. Leer más aquí

Nueva Sociedad. Democracia y política en América Latina

2022, Nº 300
América Central frente a sí misma

A dos siglos de su independencia, América Central transita una combinación de crisis: éxodo, aumento de la violencia y retrocesos democráticos. Si los Acuerdos de Esquipulas en los años 80 activaron el optimismo sobre un devenir de paz en la región, hoy muchos de sus habitantes votan con los pies y buscan probar suerte en el Norte. No obstante, la sociedad civil no se resigna a este destino y las luchas sociales mantienen vivas las esperanzas de cambio.


Puedes consultar el índice y leer parte del contenido siguiendo este enlace.

CEPAL, Revista de la

2021, Nº 135
  • Política industrial, crecimiento económico e inserción internacional: comparación de países seleccionados. Nádia Campos Pereira Bruhn, Cristina Lelis Leal Calegario y Michelle da Silva Borges.
  • La relación entre la universidad y la empresa: identificación de comunidades temáticas. Cristian Brixner, Octavio Lerena, Mariana Minervini y Gabriel Yoguel.
  • Las repercusiones económicas de la inversión privada en el sector del turismo en Jamaica. Martín Cicowiez y Romina Ordóñez.
  • Reglas de política monetaria y fiscal en el Brasil: evidencia empírica de dominancia monetaria y dominancia fiscal. Tito Belchior S. Moreira, Mario Jorge Mendonça y Adolfo Sachsida.
  • Regímenes cambiarios, cambio estructural y movilidad de capitales en una economía en desarrollo. Stefan Wilson D’Amato y Luciano Dias de Carvalho.
  • Demanda de dinero en efectivo: hechos estilizados y sustitución por medios de pago electrónicos. Luis Cabezas y Alejandro Jara.
  • América Latina y China: ¿beneficio mutuo o dependencia? Damares Lopes Afonso, Suzana Quinet de Andrade Bastos y Fernando Salgueiro Perobelli.
  • La inserción de los jóvenes en situación de pobreza en el mercado de trabajo brasileño y el impacto del programa Bolsa Família. Gilson de Oliveira y Augusta Pelinski Raiher.
  • La concentración espacial de los trabajadores altamente calificados y la productividad de las ciudades: el caso de América Latina. Miguel Vargas y Nicolás Garrido.
  • Exención tributaria en el Brasil en 2009: ¿por qué los vehículos y no el sector agropecuario? Un análisis del equilibrio general interregional. Leonardo Coviello Regazzini, Carlos José Caetano Bacha y Joaquim Bento de Souza Ferreira Filho.

Puedes consultar en este enlace el número 135.

Alternatives Humanitaires / Humanitarian Alternatives

2022, Nº 20
Libertés associatives en danger: l'epreuve de force = Associative freedoms at risk: the test of strenght

Restrictions on freedom of association are a too often neglected marker of the shift of a political regime towards authoritarianism, or even dictatorship. Russia is a case in point. When historians write the narrative of the period leading up to the war against Ukraine, they must not fail to mention that ten years earlier, in 2012, the Duma (the Russian Parliament) had adopted legislation – unique in its kind at the time – introducing the concept of “foreign agent”, which was applied to certain civic actors. Inspired by the ­Soviet language, this concept – with its vague and ever-expanding contours – has since been used to describe Russian civil society organisations (CSOs) which receive external funding and are therefore suspected of being accomplices of foreign powers, or even spies.

Del editorial del nº20. Leer más aquí.

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ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

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El Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) de los Países Bajos es un órgano independiente que asesora al Gobierno y al Parlamento sobre política exterior, en particular sobre cuestiones relativas a los derechos humanos, la paz y la seguridad, la cooperación al desarrollo y la integración europea.

La AIV produce informes de asesoramiento a iniciativa propia o a petición del Gobierno o del Parlamento. Están disponibles en varios idiomas (todos en inglés y francés; algunos en alemán; y otros con un pequeño resumen en español) y todos están accesibles on line. Editan también las Advisory Letter.

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SOCIAL PROTECTION IN AFRICA

Social protection, particularly income security, demonstrably improves the position of the poorest people in Africa. The Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) believes that Dutch involvement in social protection programmes is most successful when it is part of a multilateral effort and takes account of local conditions. There is no point in the Netherlands participating in social protection initiatives if locally there is a lack of political will, stability or trust between citizens and their government. To make long-term funding possible, the AIV also recommends that the Netherlands press internationally for combating tax avoidance.

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2018, Nº 108
  • Forming coalitions in the EU after Brexit. Alliances for a European Union that modernises and protects
2018, Nº 107
  • Fundamental rights in the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Equivalent protection in all parts of the kingdom
2017, Nº 106
  • The future of Nato and European security
2017, Nº 105
  • Is the Eurozone stormproof? On deepening and strengthening The EMU.
2017, Nº 104

The will of the people?. The erosion of democracy under the Rule of Law in Europe.

2017, Nº 103
  • Brexit means Brexit. Towards a new relationship with UK.
2016, Nº 102
  • The protection of civilians in armed conflicts. Well-trodden paths and new ways forward.
2016, Nº 101
  • Security and stability in Northern Africa.
2016, Nº 100
  • Well Connected? On relations Between Regions and the European Unión.
2016, Nº 99
  • The Dutch Diamond Dynamic. Doing business in the context of the new sustainable development goals.
2015, Nº 98
Differentiated Integration. Different routes to EU Cooperation
2015, Nº 95
  • From ad hoc arbitration to a permanet court
2015, Nº 94
  • Confrontation with a new reality
2015, Nº 93
  • ACP-EU Cooperation after 2020. Towards a neu partnership?
2014, Nº 92
  • Het internet: A Global free space with limited state control.
2014, Nº 91
  • Nederland en de Arabische regio: principieel en pragmatisch.
2014, Nº 90
  • The future of the Arctic Region. Cooperation or confrontation?-
2014, Nº 89
  • Improving Global Financial Cohesion. The importance of a coherent international economic and financial architecture.
2013, Nº 86
  • Asia on the Rise. Strategic significance and implications.
2013, Nº 85
Crime, corruption and instability
2013, Nº 84
New paths to international environmental cooperation
2013, Nº 82
Interaction between actors in international cooperation: towards flexibility and trust
2012, Nº 81
The Netherlands and the European Parliament: Investing in a new relationship
2012, Nº 80
Unequal worlds: Poverty, growth, inequality and the role of international cooperation.
2012, Nº 79
The Arab Region, an uncertain future
2012, Nº 78
European defence cooperation: sovereignty and the capacity to act
2011, Nº 77
Cyber warfare
2011, Nº 76
The human rights policy of the European Union: Between ambition and ambivalence
2010, Nº 71
The EU's capacity for further enlargement
2011, Nº 75
Reforms in the Arab Region: Prospects for democracy and the rule of law?
2011, Nº 74
The Post-2015 Development Agenda: The Millennium Development Goals in perspective
2011, Nº 73
The Human Rights of the Dutch Government: Identifying constants in a changing world
2010, Nº 72
Combating piracy at sea: A reassessment of public and private responsabilities
2010, Nº 69
Cohesion in international cooperation: Response to the WRR (Advisory Council on Government Policy). Report "Less pretension, more ambition".
2010, Nº 68
The EU and the crisis: Lessons learned