The European Journal of Development Research
The European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) is a multi-disciplinary journal that seeks to broaden understanding of the processes that advance or impede human development, whether from a political, economic, sociological or anthropological perspective. It is applicable to academics and practitioners internationally.
The journal understands development to be an ongoing process that affects all communities, societies, states and regions: it does not have a geographical bias, but wherever possible prospective authors should seek to highlight how their study has relevance to researchers and practitioners studying development in different environments. Although a majority of the papers published examine the challenges for developing countries, we recognize that there are important lessons to be derived from the experiences of regions in the developed world.
Submissions must be well-grounded in theory, and must also indicate how their findings are relevant to development practitioners in the field and/or policy makers. The EJDR particularly welcomes submissions that propose policy and developmental tools by analysing empirical evidence, whether qualitative, quantitative or anecdotal.
Klaas Schwartz (May 2017)
Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico
Matthew S. Winters (May 2017)
- Journal Title
- The European Journal of Development Research
- Volume 1 / 1989 - Volume 29 / 2017
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- Online ISSN
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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