Development & Change

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Current Issue Volume 47, Number 4 July 2016

FORUM 2016

Guest Editor: Bridget O'Laughlin



Benjamin Knutsson

Responsible Risk Taking: Neoliberal Biopolitics of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Rwanda

Ben Fine, Deborah Johnston, Ana C. Santos and Elisa Van Waeyenberge

Nudging or Fudging: The World Development Report 2015

Massoud Karshenas

Power, Ideology, and Global Development: On the Origins, Evolution and Achievements of UNCTAD


Pragmatism, Structural Reform and the Politics of Inequality in Global Public Health

Bridget O'Laughlin

Pragmatism, Structural Reform and the Politics of Inequality in Global Public Health

Simon Reid-Henry

Just Global Health?

Anne-Emanuelle Birn, Laura Nervi and Eduardo Siqueira

Neoliberalism Redux: The Global Health Policy Agenda and the Politics of Cooptation in Latin America and Beyond

Imrana Qadeer and Rama Baru 

Shrinking Spaces for the ‘Public’ in Contemporary Public Health

Jasmine Gideon and Fenella Porter

Challenging Gendered Inequalities in Global Health: Dilemmas for NGOs

Moritz Hunsmann

Pushing ‘Global Health’ out of its Comfort Zone: Lessons from the Depoliticization of AIDS Control in Africa

C. Sathyamala

Nutritionalizing Food: A Framework for Capital Accumulation

Megha Amrith and Sunil Amrith

Migration, Health and Inequality in Asia



Clive Gabay

Sisyphus on the Mountain: A Conversation with Professor James C. Scott 

Ashwani Saith

A Defiant Sociologist and His Craft: Jan Breman
An Appreciation and a Conversation



Julien-François Gerber

The Legacy of K. William Kapp

Lungisile Ntsebeza

What can We Learn from Archi Mafeje about the Road to Democracy in South Africa?



Séverine Deneulin

Expanding Freedoms, Changing Structures: The Human Development Report 2014

Kiran Asher and Bimbika Sijapati Basnett

Gender Equality as an Entitlement: An Assessment of the UN Women’s Report on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development 2014 

Published by Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford) on behalf of the ISS, Development and Change appears six times per year, including an annual Forum edition. The journal’s special theme issues are also published by Wiley-Blackwell as books, in the Development and Change book series.

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