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International Development Planning Review 42.4 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review (IDPR) have selected 'Childcare & Academia: an intervention' as the Featured Article for IDPR 42.4, written by Jessica Hope, Charlotte Lemanski, Tanja Bastia, Nina Moeller, Paula Meth, and Glyn Williams.  The paper will be free to access for a limited time on the IDPR journal webpage. When asked … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 42.3 Open Access Special Issue

The latest issue of International Development Planning Review, guest-edited by Amrita Daniere and Vanessa Lamb, is a Special Issue on the critical issues of water and cities across Asia. Browse all articles in the Open Access issue here. When asked to describe the issue and highlight its importance, the editors stated the following: An opportunity … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 42.2 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review (IDPR) have selected ‘Bastard children’: unacknowledged consulting companies in development cooperation’ by Pamela White as the Featured Article for IDPR 42.2. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the author stated the following: Development … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 42.1 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review have selected ‘Everyday violence and bottom-up peace building initiatives by the urban poor in Mumbai’ by Amita Bhide as the Featured Article for International Development Planning Review 42.1. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 41.3 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review have selected ‘An introduction to planning China's communities: between people and place’ by Nick R. Smith, Daniel B. Abramson, and Mi Shih as the Featured Article for IDPR 41.3. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and … Continue reading