CJDS 39(2) now online / La Revue 39(2) disponible en ligne

Dear CASID members,

We are pleased to announce that issue 39(2) of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies appeared online on 10 May 2018.

Go to: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcjd20/39/2.

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Chers/chères membres de l’ACEDI,

Nous sommes heureux de vous informer que le numéro 39(2) de la Revue canadienne d’études du développement a été mis en ligne le 10 mai 2018.

Pour le consulter, veuillez cliquer sur : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcjd20/39/2.

Articles / Articles

Democratising Land Control: Towards Rights, Reform and Restitution in Post-conflict Colombia

Ben M. McKay

White Fragility and the White Student Abroad: Using Critical Race Theory to Analyse International Experiential Learning

David P. Thomas & Zoe Frances Luba

Land Accumulation in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam: A Question Revisited

Trần Hữu Quang

Food Security and Democracy: Do Inclusive Institutions Matter?

Domenico Rossignoli & Sara Balestri

Urban Agriculture, Dietary Diversity and Child Health in a Ssample of Tanzanian Town Folk

Natascha Wagner & Luca Tasciotti

 

Special Section / Section thématique

Beyond Binaries: Relationships with Middle-Income Countries / Au-delà des binaires: les relations avec les pays à revenu intermédiaire

Beyond Binaries: Constructing New Development Partnerships with Middle-income Countries

Syed Sajjadur Rahman & Stephen Baranyi

Colombia as an MIC: New Development Partnerships and Managing Hybridity

Juana García

Development Partnerships in Middle Income Countries (MICs) in Transition: A Case Study of Bangladesh
Syed Sajjadur Rahman & Mustafa K. Mujeri

Strategies to Shape the International Order: Exit, Voice and Innovation versus Expulsion, Maintenance and Absorption

Lauchlan T. Munro

 

Book Review / Compte rendu de livre

La responsabilité sociale des entreprises dans le secteur minier: Réponse ou obstacle aux enjeux de légitimité et de développement en Afrique?, by Bonnie Campbell and Myriam Laforce
Jim Freedman

 

In Memoriam / En mémoire

James Laxer, 1941–2018

Paul Kellogg