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IAS 150 Development and the Environment: Selected Journals

Selected Journals

Global Environment Politics. Examines relationships between global political forces and environmental change

Global Networks.  Research on global networks, transnational affairs and practices, and their relation to wider theories of globalization

World Development. Examines solutions to poverty, unemployment, malnutrition, disease, lack of shelter, environmental degradation, debt, gender, ethnic discrimination, civil conflict, and lack of participation in economic and political life.

Geoforum. International, inter-disciplinary journal publishing research and commentary in human geography and related fields.

Antipode. Essays on geographical issues such as place, landscape, scale, uneven development, boundaries, borders and connections that further analytical and political goals of a broad-based left-wing geography.​

Development and Change. Includes contributions from all the social sciences and all intellectual persuasions concerned with development with a history of publishing unconventional and challenging articles.

Journal of Development Studies.  Oldest journal in the field of development studies, publishing interdisciplinary articles on development relating economics, politics, public policy, and practice. 

Journal of Agrarian Change. Leading journal of agrarian political economy that investigates social relations and dynamics of production, property and power in agrarian formations and their processes of change, both historical and contemporary.

Oxford Development Studies.  Provides a forum for critical analysis of conventional theories and policy issues in all aspects of development, including economics, history, politics, anthropology, and sociology. 

Journal of International Development.  Research on development issues in economics, politics, international relations, sociology, anthropology, and development studies, focusing on transitional and underdeveloped areas. 

Third World Quarterly. Examines emerging issues affecting the developing world beyond strict “development studies,” providing analysis of grassroots efforts of development practitioners and planners across Africa, Asia, Latin American and the Middle East.

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