Leading multidisciplinary journal in the field of development studies and social change
One of the leading international journals in the field of development studies and social change, Development and Change now appears six times a year, including the Development and Change Forum issue.
Truly interdisciplinary in character, it includes contributions from all the social sciences and all intellectual persuasions concerned with development.
With its history of publishing unconventional and challenging articles, the journal covers a broad range of topics in a mix of regular and special theme issues.
Development and Change is devoted to the critical analysis and discussion of the complete spectrum of development issues.
Now in its fourth decade of publication, and appearing six times a year, Development and Change is one of the leading international journals in the field of development studies and social change.
It is truly interdisciplinary in character, covering a broad range of topics and publishing articles from all the social sciences and all intellectual persuasions concerned with development. It is known for publishing unconventional analyses and challenging viewpoints.
With a mix of regular and special theme issues, Development and Change is devoted to the critical analysis and discussion of the complete spectrum of development issues.
Development and Change is essential reading for anyone interested in development studies and social change. It publishes articles from a wide range of authors, both well-established specialists and young scholars, and is an important resource for:
- social science faculties and research institutions
- international development agencies and NGOs
- graduate teachers and researchers
- all those with a serious interest in the dynamics of development, from reflective activists to analytical practitioners
Special theme issues are collections of papers on a particular theme. They are often longer than regular issues, which gives the scope for a broader and deeper focus on the topic. Special issues are usually guest-edited.
For information on how to make a special issue proposal, contact the Managing Editor, Friedl Marincowitz (see below for contact details).
The Development and Change Forum first appeared in 2005, and is now an annual event; it is published as the first issue of each year.
Its aim is to provide a state of the art review of certain aspects of development studies, with critical and provocative articles, a debate section on a selected theme, interviews with influential individuals, and assessments of the reports of some of the major international organizations, such as the World Bank and the United Nations agencies.