EADI announces new book series: EADI Global Development Studies

In conjunction with Palgrave MacMillan, EADI has come to an agreement to initiate a new book series focused on publishing important contributions to the literature on both theoretical and practical development research. The Editors of the series are Maja Bucar (Vice-Dean for Doctoral Studies and International Relations, University of Ljubljana) and Andrew Mold (Senior Economist at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Kigali, Rwanda). We warmly invite members to submit proposals for the series. More...

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Legal Frameworks and Political Space for
Non-Governmental Organisations:
An Overview of Six Countries: Phase II

Rachel Hayman, Angela Crack, Joan Okitoi and Sarah Lewis

with Brian Pratt, Suzanne Hammad and Rowan Popplewell

May 2014

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The European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) is a multi-disciplinary journal that seeks to broaden our understanding of the processes that advance or impede human development, whether from a political, economic, sociological or anthropological perspective. It is published five times a year by Palgrave/McMillan. The EJDR is generously sponsored by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva. The EDJR is recognized by the International Social Science Citation Index.

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First Book from the EADI Global Development Series!

August 2013 - EADI in partnership with Palgrave Macmillan, is pleased to announce the launch of the first book from the EADI Global Development Series entitled 'Learning, Capability Building and Innovation for Development' edited by Gabriela Dutrenit, Keun Lee, Richard Nelson, Luc Soete and Alexandra Vera-Cruz. This initial volume presents excellent and timely contributions from a global cast of academics and policy makers examining economic development as a process of learning and technological accumulation, showing how economic development is a process involving creative destruction. 


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