Political Economy: Development eJournal

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts analyzing the interaction of politics and economics as they relate to economic development, with a focus on countries in the developing world. We welcome studies of a wide range of topics, including but not limited to economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, foreign aid, health, education, labor, environment, poverty, population, migration, non-governmental organizations, decentralization, food security, public service delivery, gender, and urbanization. Submissions may use a variety of methods and perspectives, but should focus on the political causes or consequences of development issues and outcomes in developing countries.

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Sample Issue

Political Economy: Development eJournal Advisory Board
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Robert Bates

Stephan M. Haggard

Karen Remmer