European Journal of Development Research (EJDR)

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 on behalf of EADI.

The EDJR is recognized by the International Social Science Citation Index.

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Journal Mentoring Programme JUMP officially launched

Read more: Journal Mentoring Programme JUMP officially launched
13 Apr 2017

The JUMP Mentoring Programme offers (young) Southern researchers the opportunity to work closely with an experienced scholar from their field of interest with the aim of preparing a paper for publication (subject to the regular peer-review process) in the European Journal of Development Research. Applications from participants of the EADI NORDIC 2017 conference welcome!

EADI members get access to the EJDR for free
(printed copies and/or online access).

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The European Journal of Development Research: Volume 29 Number 1 is now available online.

Read more: The European Journal of Development Research: Volume 29 Number 1 is now available online.
02 Mar 2017

Including the following open access articles:

A Prototypical Case in the Making? Challenging Comparative Perspectives on French Aid, Gordon D Cumming

Structural Transformation, Biased Technological Change and Employment in Vietnam Philip Abbott, Finn Tarp & Ce Wu

Costs, Benefits and the Political Economy of Aid Coordination: The Case of the European Union, Stephan Klingebiel, Mario Negre & Pedro Morazán

EJDR Early Career Editor – Call for Expressions of Interest

Read more: EJDR Early Career Editor – Call for Expressions of Interest
21 Dec 2016

The European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) has long recognised the need to provide a forum for the publication of original and high quality research by individuals that are early in their research career.The EJDR is seeking to appoint an Early Career Editor who will focus on submissions by individuals that are early in their career (nominally defined as having completed their PhD within the last five years), to join our thriving editorial team.

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