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Latest issue of ODS now online
The latest issue of Oxford Development Studies, ODS 45 (4) December 2017, is now online.
The issue contains the following articles:
- Silvia Masiero, Digital governance and the reconstruction of the Indian anti-poverty system
- Ivar Kolstad & Abel Kinyondo, Alternatives to local content requirements in resource-rich countries
- Rajesh Venugopal & Sameer Yasirm, The politics of natural disasters in protracted conflict: the 2014 flood in Kashmir
- Jan Knoerich, How does outward foreign direct investment contribute to economic development in less advanced home countries?
- Bina Agarwal & Ankush Agrawal, Do farmers really like farming? Indian farmers in transition
- Terry-Ann Craigie & Shatanjaya Dasgupta, The gender pay gap and son preference: evidence from India
- Jan Priebe, Political reservation and female empowerment: evidence from Maharashtra, India
- Shirin Madon & S. Krishna, Challenges of accountability in resource-poor contexts: lessons about invited spaces from Karnataka’s village health committees
- Sèna Kimm Gnangnon & Jean-François Brun, Impact of export upgrading on tax revenue in developing and high-income countries
Oxford Development Studies is edited at ODID and published by Taylor and Francis.