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Current editor(s): Stefano Prato

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Volume 62, issue 1, 2019

Editorial: The Real Technology Revolution: Technology Justice pp. 1-4 Downloads
Neth Daño and Stefano Prato
An Overview of Emerging Disruptive Technologies and Key Issues pp. 5-12 Downloads
Jim Thomas
Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Sequestration (BECCS): The Distracting Injustice of an Infeasible and Unlikely Technofix pp. 13-18 Downloads
Rachel Smolker
Development Justice in the Digital Paradigm: Agenda 2030 and Beyond pp. 19-28 Downloads
Anita Gurumurthy and Nandini Chami
Fixing the Climate? How Geoengineering Threatens to Undermine the SDGs and Climate Justice pp. 29-36 Downloads
Linda Schneider
An Intra- and Inter-generational Lens into Rapid Technological Change pp. 37-42 Downloads
Donovan Guttieres
Labour, Justice and the Mechanization of Interpretation pp. 43-52 Downloads
Larry Lohmann
Economic Rights Over Data: A Framework for Community Data Ownership pp. 53-57 Downloads
Parminder Jeet Singh and Jai Vipra
Anti-development Impacts of Tax-Related Provisions in Proposed Rules on Digital Trade in the WTO pp. 58-65 Downloads
Deborah James
Governance and Assessment of Future Spaces: A Discussion of Some Issues Raised by the Possibilities of Human–Machine Mergers pp. 66-80 Downloads
Andelka M. Phillips and I. S. Mian
SDG Indicators and BS/Index: The Power of Numbers in the Sustainable Development Debate pp. 81-85 Downloads
Roberto Bissio
A Multifaceted Approach to Understand the Problem of Internet Addiction Among the Young Indian Students pp. 86-95 Downloads
Sumanjeet Singh
Disability Identification Cards: Issues in Effective Design pp. 96-102 Downloads
Daniel Mont, Michael Palmer, Sophie Mitra and Nora Groce
The Museum of Fetishes pp. 103-110 Downloads
Larry Lohmann and Nicholas Hildyard
Surfing the Technological Tsunami: The Need for Participatory Technology Assessment pp. 111-115 Downloads
Silvia Ribeiro
Science, Technology and Innovation: Implications for Africa pp. 116-120 Downloads
Nnimmo Bassey
Exterminator Genes: The Right to Say No to Ethics Dumping pp. 121-127 Downloads
Mariann Bassey-Orovwuje, Jim Thomas and Tom Wakeford
Technology Is Not the Great Equalizer: A Feminist Perspective on the Digital Economy pp. 128-135 Downloads
Lamìs Shejni
Climate Finance: Perspectives on Climate Finance from the Bottom Up pp. 136-146 Downloads
Miren Gutiérrez and Guillermo Gutiérrez
World Bank Financializing Development pp. 147-153 Downloads
K. S. Jomo and Anis Chowdhury
Inequalities, Caste, and Social Exclusion: Dalit Women’s Citizenship pp. 154-159 Downloads
Shobha Raghuram
Gharbzadegi in Iran: A Reactionary Alternative to ‘Development’? pp. 160-166 Downloads
Aram Ziai
The Social Inclusion of Indigenous Peoples in Ecuador Before and During the Revolución Ciudadana pp. 167-177 Downloads
Roberta Masala and Salvatore Monni
Women’s Environmental Literacy in Managing Waste for Environmental Sustainability of the City pp. 178-185 Downloads
Donna Asteria
Immigrant Citizens and Racial Resentment in International Policy Perspective: The Role of Nativity and Racial Resentment in Shaping Support for US Foreign Assistance Expenditure, 2002–2016 pp. 186-195 Downloads
Christopher A. Simon and Michael C. Moltz
Andrea Bernardi and Salvatore Monni (editors): The Co-operative Firm. Keywords pp. 205-206 Downloads
Andrea Cori

Volume 61, issue 1, 2018

Editorial: Inequalities, Financialization, Technology: Sometimes the Nearest Exit is Behind You pp. 1-5 Downloads
Stefano Prato and Flora Sonkin
Post-development Possibilities: A Conversation pp. 6-8 Downloads
Arturo Escobar and Wendy Harcourt
Gender and Development: Looking Back, Looking Forward pp. 9-13 Downloads
Wendy Harcourt
Human Rights: Advancing the Frontier of Emancipation pp. 14-20 Downloads
Kathryn Sikkink
Inequality and Its Discontents pp. 21-29 Downloads
Anis Chowdhury and Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Feminism and Revolution: Looking Back, Looking Ahead pp. 30-37 Downloads
Julie Matthaei
Imagining the Future from a Rearview Vision pp. 38-42 Downloads
Peggy Antrobus
Another Green Revolution? On the Perils of ‘Extracting Lessons’ from History pp. 43-53 Downloads
Jonathan Harwood
G20 Prepares to Revamp Global Financial Governance pp. 54-61 Downloads
Nancy Alexander and Rick Rowden
Financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pp. 62-67 Downloads
Jesse Griffiths
Evolution on Food and Nutrition Governance and the Emergence of Multistakeholderism pp. 68-83 Downloads
Flavio Luiz Schieck Valente
Privatization Rarely in Public or National Interest pp. 84-88 Downloads
Kwame Sundaram Jomo and Anis Chowdhury
PPPs: Public Costs and Risks for Private Profits pp. 89-93 Downloads
K. S. Jomo and Anis Chowdhury
Reviving Holistic Development Planning for Sustainable Development pp. 94-100 Downloads
Barry Herman
Struggles for Health: An Emancipatory Approach in the Era of Neoliberal Globalization pp. 101-107 Downloads
Amit Sengupta, Chiara Bodini and Sebastian Franco
The UN’s Development Function: Time for Renewal pp. 108-114 Downloads
Sanjay G. Reddy
The Precariat: Today’s Transformative Class? pp. 115-121 Downloads
Guy Standing
Peasant Farming as a Source of Life pp. 122-128 Downloads
Angela Hilmi
Using Intellectual Property Flexibilities to Accelerate Progress Against Micronutrient Deficiencies pp. 129-133 Downloads
Kwame Sundaram Jomo and Arjun Jayadev
Do Cooperatives Have Anything to Offer in Today’s World pp. 134-139 Downloads
Felice Llamas and Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Traditional Knowledge: A Therapeutic Potential in the Scenario of Climate Change for Sustainable Development pp. 140-148 Downloads
Romesh Kumar Salgotra, Sajad Majeed Zargar, Manmohan Sharma and Monika Sood
‘Doomed by the ‘Resource Curse?’ Fish and Oil Conflicts in the Western Gulf of Guinea, Ghana pp. 149-159 Downloads
Bernard Owusu
‘Development’ as Both Idea and Action Represents a Contemporary Version of Western Economic, Political, Cultural and Ideological Imperialism pp. 160-163 Downloads
Qasim Javed
Time Banking: The Missing Link pp. 164-171 Downloads
Bibhu Dash and Namrata Sandhu
Ilene Grabel: When Things Don’t Fall Apart: Global Financial Governance and Developmental Finance in an Age of Productive Incoherence pp. 179-181 Downloads
Rick Rowden
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