Progress in Development Studies

Papers
(The median citation count of Progress in Development Studies is 0. 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
Institutional Quality and Income Inequality in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Threshold Analysis20
Targeted Poverty Alleviation in China: A Typology of Official–Household Relations16
Infrastructure and inclusive growth in sub-Saharan Africa: An empirical analysis15
Small-scale Mining and Livelihood Dynamics in North-eastern Ghana: Sustaining Rural Livelihoods in a Changing Environment14
Constrained choices: Exploring the complexities of adolescent girls’ voice and agency in child marriage decisions in Ethiopia12
COVID-19 and the Counter-cyclical Role of the State in South Africa11
Evolving Social and Political Dialogue through Participatory Video Processes10
The Return of Pink Bollworm in India’s Bt Cotton Fields: Livelihood Vulnerabilities of Farming Households in Karimnagar District9
Datafication, Power and Control in Development: A Historical Perspective on the Perils and Longevity of Data8
COVID-19 in India: A Comparative Analysis of the Kerala and Gujarat Development Models’ Initial Responses7
Taking choice seriously: Emic understandings of decision-making about child marriage7
Saving as a Path for Female Empowerment and Entrepreneurship in Rural Peru6
The Impacts of Extreme Weather Events on Inflation and the Implications for Monetary Policy in Africa6
Current Scottish Land Reform and Reclaiming the Commons: Building Community Resilience6
An Introduction to Revisiting Development Studies Education and an Invitation to Rethink Teaching, Learning and Knowledge Production in the Neoliberal University5
Development Studies in the World System of Global Knowledge Production: A Critical Empirical Analysis5
Child Marriage as a ‘Solution’ to Modern Youth in Bali5
Urban-Sensitive Social Protection: How Universalized Social Protection Can Reduce Urban Vulnerabilities Post COVID-195
Feature town development for inclusive urban development? The case of the Jadeware Feature Town in Yangzhou, China4
Responding to the Multifaceted COVID-19 Crisis: The Case of Mumbai, India4
More than Knowledge Transfer? Alumni Perspectives on the Value of Postgraduate Study for International Development4
What Influences Rice Farmers’ Choices of Credit Sources in Côte d’Ivoire? An Econometric Analysis using the Multinomial Conditional Logit Model4
Early Marriage in Perspective: Practicing an Ethics of Dialogue with Syrian Refugees in Jordan4
Representing Recovery: How the Construction and Contestation of Needs and Priorities Can Shape Long-term Outcomes for Disaster-affected People4
Social Media, Mobile Phones and Migration in Africa: A Review of the Evidence4
Lives Interrupted: Navigating Hardship During COVID-19 Provides Lessons in Solidarity and Visibility for Mobile Young People in South Africa and Uganda3
‘I Do Not Want Her to be Doing Anything Stressful’: Men’s Involvement in Domestic Work During Pregnancy in Ghana3
The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Deadly Threat to Human Livelihoods and Development3
Disaggregating Development: A Critical Analysis of Sino-African Megaprojects3
How Do Arts Programmes Contribute in International Development? A Systematic Review of Outcomes and Associated Processes3
Voice Without Choice? Investigating Adolescent Girls’ Agency in Marital Decision-making in Niger3
Being Cosmopolitan: Marketing Development Studies in the Neoliberal University2
Institutional process for infrastructural development in Nigeria2
Capturing the Impacts of Archaeology for Development: Opportunities and Challenges in Evaluating the Sustainable Preservation Initiative in Peru2
Promoting Gender Equity in Livelihoods Projects: Practitioners’ Perspectives Through the Lens of a Socio-ecological Model2
‘This Helps You See Life Differently’: Evaluating Youth Development and Capability Expansion in Remote Communities of Honduras2
Rethinking Communal Land Governance in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa2
The Workings and Effects of Precarious Employment on Black Women Educators in Development Studies: An Autoethnographic Account of an International Fieldtrip2
‘Making Strange’: Discourse Analysis Tools for Teaching Critical Development Studies2
Factors Influencing Choices for Early Marriage in Urban Informal Settlements of Bangladesh2
Wealth inequality and inter-governorate migration: Evidence from Egypt2
How Does Internet Infrastructure Construction Affect the Urban–Rural Income Gap? Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in China2
The Struggle for Public Recognition: Understanding Early Marriage through the Lens of Honour and Shame in Six Countries in South Asia and West Africa2
Does Multidimensional Poverty Affect Depression? Evidence from Peru1
Book Review: Obeng-Odoom, Franklin. 2020: Property, Institutions and Social Stratification in Africa1
Book review: Táíwò, O.O. 2022: Reconsidering Reparations1
Space, Time and Structure: Unpacking Relationships in International Development Volunteering1
Understanding Vulnerability to Poverty, COVID-19’s Effects, and Implications for Social Protection: Insights from Ghana1
Demand-Side Obstacles to Publishing Economics Research: A View from the South1
Does Premature Deindustrialisation Stall Growth? Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa1
Reflecting Upon the Past? Development Studies’ Ambivalent Relation to History1
‘New Wine in Old Wineskins?’—Understanding the Framing of SDGs in the Local Government Context in Ghana1
Book review: Di Nunzio, Marco. 2019: The Act of Living: Street Life, Marginality and Development in Urban Ethiopia1
Returns to Educational Attainment in Urban Ghana: The Role of Job-to-Job Transition1
Climate Change Adaptation and the Water–Energy–Food Nexus in Tanzania: Policy Trends and Smallholder Livelihoods1
Is Group Lending a Collateral for Informal Credit?1
Will the SDGs and the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing Leave Older People Behind?1
Training for the Industry: Examining the Use of Real-life Consultancy Projects in Development Studies Programmes1
Between Hope and Loss: Peruvian Women Activists’ Visual Contestations of Extractive-led Development0
Book review: Hout, W. and Salih, M.M.A. 2019: A Political Economy of African Regionalisms: An Overview of Asymmetrical Development0
Religion and Development: Alternative Visions, Credibility, and Networks as Religious Assets for Sustainable Development?0
Book Review: van Beemen, Olivier. 2019: Heineken in Africa: A Multinational Unleashed0
Aid Unchained: Examining Development Project Management Practices at Aid Chain Interfaces0
The Bitter and the Sweet: Managerial Perceptions of the Well-Being of Ethiopian Female Apparel and Horticultural Workers0
Book review: K. B. Newbold and K. Wilson (Eds.), A Research Agenda for Migration and Health0
Book review: Spary, C. 2019: Gender, Development, and the State in India0
Book review: Mezzadri, A. (ed.), Marx in the Field0
Book review: Wiegratz, J., Martiniello, G. and Greco, E., editors, 2018: Uganda: The Dynamics of Neoliberal Transformation0
Weaving a Dense Web: A (Decolonial) Study into the Contributions of Host Organizations of Development Volunteers in Jalisco, Mexico0
Book review: Carrillo, B., Hood, J. and Kadetz, P., editors. 2017: Handbook of Welfare in China. Handbooks of Research on Contemporary China0
Book review: Mezzadri, Alessandra. 2017: The Sweatshop Regime: Labouring Bodies, Exploitation, and Garments Made in India0
Book review: Conway, G., Badiane, O. and Glatzel, K. 2019: Food for All in Africa: Sustainable Intensification for African Farmers0
Book review: Tambe, A. 2019: Defining Girlhood in India: A Transnational History of Sexual Maturity Laws0
Is India’s Right to Education Act a Rightful Share? Distributive Politics, Education and the Media0
Book Review: Berberoglu, B. editor. 2019: The Palgrave Handbook of Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation0
Book review: Broto, V. C. and Westman, L. 2019: Urban Sustainability and Justice: Just Sustainabilities and Environmental Planning0
Ageing and Later Life: Unsettling Development Assumptions0
Book review: Wani, Aijaz A. 2019. What Happened to Governance in Kashmir?0
Beyond Consumption Expenditure: Income Inequality and Its Sources in India0
Book review: Amdani, Y., World of Opportunity: Bringing Sustainable Business to Fragile Economies0
Book review: Oberoi, R. and Halsall J., editors, 2018: Revisiting globalization: From a borderless to gated globe0
Mainstreaming Climate Change into Emerging Donor’s Official Development Assistance: The Case of South Korea0
Book review: Lister, R. 2021: Poverty0
Book review: Kaur, Ravinder. 2020: Brand New Nation: Capitalist Dream and Nationalist Designs in Twenty-First-Century India0
‘We Did Many Projects Together’: Boundary-Spanning Strategies of Councillors in Rural Ghana0
The fair share dimension of tertiary educational distribution0
Book review: Traczykowski, L. 2021: Ethics, Law and Natural Hazards: The Moral Imperative for International Intervention Post-Disaster0
Book review: Onuora-Oguno, A. C. Development and the Right to Education in Africa0
Book Review: Huang, S. and Ruwanpura, K.N., editors. 2020: Handbook on Gender in Asia0
Book review: Livingston, J. 2019: Self-devouring Growth: A Planetary Parable as Told from Southern Africa0
Book review: Deeming, C. and Smyth, P. (eds.). 2018: Reframing Global Social Policy: Social Investment for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth0
Book review: Potts, Deborah. 2020: Broken Cities: Inside the Global Housing Crisis0
Book review: Myers, G. 2020: Rethinking Urbanism: Lessons from Postcolonialism and the Global South0
Development Research in Flux and in Demand: The Future of Progress in Development Studies0
Book review: Edwards, M. 2020: Civil Society0
Disrupting Development? A Situated Perspective on Technology and Innovation in Global Development0
Announcing the 2020 Progress in Development Studies Best Article Award Winner0
Conceptualising Subjectivities and Rationalities in Understanding Gendered Violence: Processes of Social and Cultural Change0
Book review: Sandya Hewamanne, Restitching Identities in Rural Sri Lanka: Gender, Neoliberalism, and the Politics of Contentment0
Book review: Bliesemann de Guevara, B., & Bøås, M. (eds), Doing Fieldwork in Areas of International Intervention: A Guide to Research in Violent and Closed Contexts0
Listening to Experiences of Environmental Change in Rural Vietnam: An Intergenerational Approach0
Development Knowledge in the Making: The Case of Japan, South Korea and China0
Book review: Mukherji, P. N., Jayaram, N. and Ghosh, B. N. (eds.) 2019: Understanding Social Dynamics in South Asia: Essays in Memory of Ramkrishna Mukherjee0
Gender and the Multilateral Development Banks: From WID to GAD to Retroliberal WID0
Book review: Nugroho, K., Carden, F. and Antlov, H. 2018: Local Knowledge Matters: Power, Context and Policymaking in Indonesia0
Announcing the 2021 Progress in Development Studies Best Article Award Winner0
Book review: Chopra, D. and Sweetman, C., editors, 2018: Gender, Development and Care0
Book review: Bahana, D., Singh, S. and Msibi, T. (ed.), South Africa: Gender, Sexuality, and Violence in South African Educational Spaces0
Older People’s Contribution to Development Through Carework: The Role of Childcare by Grandparents in Migration and Development0
Book review: Cole, M. (ed.), Education, Equality and Human Rights: Issues of Gender, ‘Race’, Sexuality, Disability and Social Class0
Using Economic Diaries in an Ethnographic Study: What They Can Tell About the Financial and Daily Lives of Male and Female Sex Workers in Mombasa0
Book review: Sabaratnam, Meera. 2017: Decolonising Intervention: International Statebuilding in Mozambique0
Book Review: Hall, J. C., and Harper, S., eds., 2019: Economic and Political Institutions and Development0
Book review: Pramono, S. and Suzuki, Y. 2021: Growth of Islamic Banking in Indonesia: Theory and Practice0
What Do Practitioners Want from Research? Exploring Ugandan and American Development Practitioners’ Interest in Research0
Book review: Lenhard, J. and Samanani, F. 2020: Home: Ethnographic Encounters. Encounters: Experiences and Anthropological Knowledge Series0
Book review: Angeles-Castro, G. 2021: Economic Liberalization in Latin America. Routledge Studies in Development Economics0
Book review: Roy, Aruna. 2018: The RTI Story: Power to the People0
Book Review: Joo, Y.M. and Tan, T.B. editors. 2020: Smart Cities in Asia: Governing Development in the Era of Hyper-Connectivity0
Purposive Action Under Conditions of Unpredictability: Lessons from Development Practice and Some Suggestions0
Book review: Clydesdale, Greg. 2021: Reducing Inter-generational Ethnic Poverty: Economics, Psychology and Culture0
Book review: Sneyd, A. 2019: Politics Rules: Power, Globalization and Development0
Book review: De, I., Chattopadhyay, S., Nathan, H. S. K. and Sarkar, K. (eds), COVID-19 Pandemic, Public Policy, and Institutions in India: Issues of Labour, Income, and Human Development0
Book review: Regilme Jr, S. S. F. Aid Imperium: United States Foreign Policy and Human Rights in Post-Cold War Southeast Asia0
Book review: Brown, D.L. and Schafft, K. A. 2019: Rural people and communities in the 21st century: Resilience and transformation0
Rational versus Fashionable: Youth Identity, Play and Agency in Namibian Cycling Mobilities0
Book review: Kelly, Anthony and Westoby, Peter. 2018: Participatory Development Practice: Using Traditional and Contemporary Frameworks0
Book review: Macaes, Bruno. 2018: Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order0
Dominant Development Indexes’ Construction of Gender and Challenges for Recognizing Everyday Activism for Peace and Security0
Book review: Pettenati, G. 2022: Landscape as Heritage: International Critical Perspectives0
Improving Accountability for Equitable Health and Well-being in Urban Informal Spaces: Moving from Dominant to Transformative Approaches0
University Work Experiences in International Development: Expanding Locations, Spaces and Pathways0
Book review: Andrea Ballestero. 2019. A Future History of Water0
Migration, Gender and Intergenerational Interdependence: Translocal Households Involving Older People and Migrants in Uganda0
Book review: Shakya, M. 2018: Death of an Industry: The Cultural Politics of Garment Manufacturing During the Maoist Revolution in Nepal0
Book review: Ezroj, A. 2021: Carbon Risk and Green Finance0
The Political Economy of Poverty Reduction in Malaysia0
Book review: Skair, L. (ed.), The Anthropocene in Global Media: Neutralizing the Risk0
Book review: Hamilton, Lawrence. 2019: Amartya Sen (Key Contemporary Thinkers)0
Vulnerable, Heroic … or Invisible? Representations Versus Realities of Later Life in Indonesia0
Book Review: Bjarnesen, J. and Turner, S. editors. 2020: Invisibility in African Displacements: From Structural Marginalization to Strategies of Avoidance0
Announcing the 2022 Progress in Development Studies Best Article Award Winner0
Hope for Change: Is Diversifying Production Portfolios an Ideal Strategy to Boost Farming Efficiency in Afghanistan?0
Something for Everyone? Addressing Conservative Opposition to Universal Basic Income Programmes0
Announcing the 2023 Progress in Development Studies Best Article Award Winner0
Book review: Vaughn, S. E. Engineering Vulnerability: In Pursuit of Climate Adaptation0
Book review: Puaschunder, J. 2020: Governance & Climate Justice: Global South & Developing Nations0
Research Translation for International Development: A Literature Review and Framework for Evidence Use and Partner Engagement0
Book review: Himanshu, Lanjouw, P. and Stern, N. 2018: How Lives Change: Palanpur, India, and Development Economics0
Cuban Youth: Changing Attitudes Towards Sexual and Reproductive Health0
Examining the Role of Intergenerational Relations in Food Systems: Evidence from Western India0
Book review: Kararach, G., Besada, H. and Shaw T.M., editors, 2016: Development in Africa: Refocusing the Lens After the Millennium Development Goals0
Book review: Kum-Kum Bhavnani, John Foran, Priya A. Kurian and Debashish Munshi, Climate Futures: Reimagining Global Climate Justice0
Book review: Ghodsee, K. 2019: Second World, Second Sex: Socialist Women’s Activism and Global Solidarity during the Cold War0
International Collaboration in Times of Pandemics: An Urgent Need for Reforming our Global Financial System0
Book review: Atul Kohli, Imperialism and the Developing World: How Britain and the United States Shaped the Global Periphery0
Book Review: Venkataraman, L.N. 2021: The Social Construction of Capabilities in a Tamil Village0
How Is Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction Progressing in Terms of Development Cooperation? A Portfolio Analysis of DRR Aid0
Methodologies for Researching Feminization of Agriculture: What Do They Tell Us?0
Book review: Spriggs, J., Chambers, B. and Kayrooz. C. 2019: Towards Collaborative Research in International Development: The Central Role of Social Science0
Book review: Dickinson, Eliot. 2017: Globalization and Migration: A World in Motion0
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