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 EJDR is recognized by the International Social Science Citation Index.

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New issue of the European Journal of Development Research (Vol 29, Issue 4)

11 Aug 2017

Female Labour Force Participation in Turkey: The Role of Traditionalism by Burak Sencer Atasoy

The Battle of Ideas About Global Poverty in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and Flanders by Mirjam Vossen, Baldwin Van Gorp

Fashioning the Future: Entrepreneuring in Africa’s Emerging Fashion Industry by Thilde Langevang

Global Law and Sustainable Development: Change and the “Developing–Developed Country” Terminology by Rostam J. Neuwirth and many more.

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New issue alert: The European Journal of Development Research Vol 29 No 3

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18 Jul 2017

The Herbicide Revolution in Developing Countries: Patterns, Causes, and Implications
by Steven Haggblade, Bart Minten, Carl Pray, Thomas Reardon & David Zilberman

The Rapid Diffusion of Herbicides in Farming in India: Patterns, Determinants, and Effects on Labor Productivity
by Sunipa Das Gupta, Bart Minten, N. Chandrasekhara Rao & Thomas Reardon

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18 Jul 2017

Check out the most popular articles in The European Journal of Research Top Download Articles Jan – July 2017 1. What Do We Know About The Patterns and Determinants of Female Entrepreneurship Across Countries? Read it here 2. Chinese FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Engaging with Large Dragons. Read it here 3. China's Private Enterprises in Africa and the Implications for African Development. Read it here Top Cited Articles Jan – July 2017 1. What Do the Worldwide Governance Indicators Measure? Read it here 2. What Do We Know About The Patterns and Determinants of Female Entrepreneurship Across Countries? Read it here 3. Towards an Elaborated Theory of Inclusive Development. Read it here

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EJDR Early Careers Initiative

The European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) recognises the need to provide a forum for the publication of original and high quality research by individuals that are early in their research career. By ‘early’ we intend up to 5 years post-doctorate; or with 5 years or less research experience.

We understand that producing publishable research requires the understanding of the journal peer-review and publication process. This is in addition to requirements for the preparation of papers to abide by EJDR’s standards in terms of content, and to follow EJDR’s instructions for authors in terms of form. Early careers researchers may not always be familiar with these processes. EJDR’s early careers initiative has been designed to assist with the understanding of this process. It is a ‘supported learning’ submissions route for early careers authors, to help fulfil their potential.

Authors whose manuscripts are eligible for the early careers initiative will benefit from: 

  • Initial feedback on the manuscript (upon submission, before it is sent out for blind peer review): this is to ensure the paper is strong, and that it will be assessed on its merit by reviewers. 
  • Advice on the best way of incorporating reviewers’ feedback.

EJDR has appointed Dr Tewodaj Mogues as Editor for Early Careers Submissions.

For full Information of the scheme and eligibility, click here.