Canadian Journal of Development Studies-Revue Canadienne d'Etudes du D

Papers
(The median citation count of Canadian Journal of Development Studies-Revue Canadienne d'Etudes du D is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Pandemic, informality, and vulnerability: impact of COVID-19 on livelihoods in India77
The Wall Street Consensus in pandemic times: what does it mean for climate-aligned development?38
Essential for what? A global social reproduction view on the re-organisation of work during the COVID-19 pandemic31
COVID-19 and crises of capitalism: intensifying inequalities and global responses28
The Knowledge for Change Consortium: a decolonising approach to international collaboration in capacity-building in community-based participatory research20
What does COVID-19 tell us about the Peruvian health system?20
The care economy and the state in Africa’s Covid-19 responses19
Turbulence ahead: labour and struggles in times of the Covid-19 pandemic in India17
The Africa Mining Vision: a manifesto for more inclusive extractive industry-led development?17
Never let a pandemic go to waste: turbocharging the private sector for development at the World Bank16
Commodity exporter’s vulnerabilities in times of COVID-19: the case of Ghana15
Beyond partnerships: embracing complexity to understand and improve research collaboration for global development13
Authoritarianism, populism, nationalism and resistance in the agrarian South13
A tale of two experiments: institutional innovations in women’s group farming in India13
Why positionalities matter: reflections on power, hierarchy, and knowledges in “development” research12
Strengthening resilience in response to COVID-19: a call to integrate social reproduction in sustainable food systems11
Room for money or manoeuvre? How green financialization and de-risking shape Zambia’s renewable energy transition11
Global citizenship amid COVID-19: why climate change and a pandemic spell the end of international experiential learning11
The Green Revolution and transversal countermovements: recovering alternative agronomic imaginaries in Tunisia and India10
State-led agrarian reform in South Africa: policy incoherencies and the concern for authoritarian populism8
Why do we know what we know about development? Knowledge production in Canadian academic-civil society research partnerships8
Implementing local content under the Africa Mining Vision: an achievable outcome?8
Capitalism, imperialism, nationalism: agrarian dynamics and resistance as radical food sovereignty8
When push came to shove: COVID-19 and debt crises in low-income countries8
Operationalising the “Africa Mining Vision”: critical reflections from Ghana7
Contemporary pathogens and the capitalist world food system6
Academic-practitioner collaboration in the neoliberal university5
Spatial fixes and switching crises in the times of COVID-19: implications for commodity-producing economies in Latin America5
Food security and the contested visions of agrarian change in Africa5
COVID-19 and the gendered markets of people and products: explaining inequalities in infections and deaths5
Latin America at the crossroads yet again: what income policies in the post-pandemic era?5
The secret is in the sauce: foraged food and dietary diversity among female farmers in southwestern Burkina Faso5
COVID-19 and global oil markets5
Transforming a praetorian polity: the political economy of democratization in Pakistan4
The great Indian lockdown 1.0: exploring the labour market dynamics4
Doing Business guidance, legal origins theory, and the politics of governance by knowledge4
Labour unions under neoliberal authoritarianism in the Global South: the cases of Turkey and Egypt4
Scholar/practitioner research in international development volunteering: benefits, challenges and future opportunities3
Next Generation of knowledge partnerships for global development. Introduction / Prochaine génération de partenariat de savoir pour le développement global. Introduction3
Meeting the challenge of gender inequality through gender transformative research: lessons from research in Africa, Asia, and Latin America3
The patriarchy of accumulation: homework, fieldwork and the production-reproduction nexus in rural Indonesia3
Extraversion versus développement agricole autocentré: Le cas des pays du Maghreb3
Civil society legitimacy as a balancing act: competing priorities for land rights advocacy organisations working with local communities in Kenya3
Safety nets as a means of tackling chronic food insecurity in rural southern Ethiopia: what is constraining programme contributions?3
China versus the US in the pandemic crisis: governance and politics confronting systemic challenges3
Biofortified crops for “health and wealth”, but for whom? A gendered analysis of sweet potato promotion in Tanzania2
Landscapes as drivers of ecotourism development: a case study in Northern Laos2
Rationality, regularity and rule – juridical governance of/by Official Development Assistance2
Does economic complexity enhance governance quality in Africa?2
Being vulnerable in a vulnerable activity: women market gardeners of Kinshasa2
Thinking about developmental statehood, manufacturing and international capital: the case of Ethiopia2
Collective farming and women’s livelihoods: a case study of Kudumbashree group cultivation2
Migration, crop diversification, and adverse incorporation: understanding the repertoire of contention in rural Tajikistan2
Innovation as translation in Indigenous entrepreneurship: lessons from Mapuche entrepreneurs in Chile2
A tragedy of juridification in international development finance2
Collaborating for transformation: applying the Co-Laboratorio approach to bridge research, pedagogy and practice2
Yumi stanap strong : La localisation de l’aide en contexte de COVID-19 au Vanuatu1
Macro barriers to business and innovation in developing economies: evidence from Egyptian, Moroccan, and Tunisian SMEs1
Vers un institutionnalisme féministe et anthropologique: expériences congolaises multi-scalaires des femmes, du développement et du droit1
Militant minority at work: a successful case of unionisation of garment workers in Istanbul1
Lunettes féministes intersectionnelles pour envisager une localisation de l'aide inclusive et sensible au genre1
The Implications of “Stunted Structural Transformation” for Rural India1
Special issue: labour unions in the Global South in times of neoliberalism/Les syndicats du Sud global à l’ère néolibérale1
Distorted linkages and labor devaluation: an exploration of automotive value chain-driven ‘development’ in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico1
A critique of building a developmental state in the EPRDF's Ethiopia1
Gender analysis of access to formal credit and rice productivity: evidence from Togo1
Do information and communication technologies (ICTs) make Africans happy?1
‘We endure because we need money’: everyday violence, COVID-19 and domestic workers in South Africa1
UK aid to Africa: ‘nationalisation’ and neoliberalism1
A radical turn in International Law and Development? Corporations, capitalist states and imperial governance1
Contemporary forms of cultural genocide in the natural resource sector: indigenous peoples’ perspectives from Bolivia and Colombia1
Pour une approche interdisciplinaire de la qualité de l’emploi en Amérique latine1
Dilemmes agricoles et alimentaires en temps de crise1
Étude descriptive de l’agilité et de la résilience de l’humanitaire canadien au temps de la COVID-191
Entre « universalisme » et « localisme », les degrés de percolation des standards SPHÈRE1
Host community impacts: learning from the families of Habitat for Humanity’s Global Villages program in El Salvador1
Food as right, food as bribe: the politicization of food distribution in rural Egypt1
Logiques d’acteurs et qualité des partenariats multisectoriels Nord-Sud: le cas d’un projet de microfinance agricole au Burkina Faso1
Unpacking policies for the development of agricultural growth poles in West Africa1
Juridifying agrarian reform: the role of law in the reconstitution of neoliberalism in Bolivia1
Domesticating the Africa Mining Vision in Malawi: approaches and experiences1
Populism, extractivism, and the social transformation of Brazil1
E-volunteering as international experiential learning: student and community perspectives1
Que faire de la révolution verte? Dilemmes de l’agriculture de l’Inde en crise1
Expanding profit and power. The National Union of Road Transport Workers in Nigeria1
From boom to bust, and back again: the Tortiya diamond fields of Côte d’Ivoire, 1947–20181
Reflections from the Think Tank Initiative and their relevance for Canada1
Shifting states: the constitutional risks of extractive development1
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