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Feminist Economics, Vol.24, No.3, July 2018


Changes in Global Trade Patterns and Women’s Employment in Manufacturing, 1995–2011(Pages: 1-28) by Dürdane Şirin Saraçoğlu, Emel Memiş, Ebru Voyvoda & Burça Kızılırmak

Household Social Mobility for Paid Domestic Workers and Other Low-Skilled Women Employed in South Africa(Pages: 29-55) by Ronelle Burger, Marisa Von Fintel & Carina Van der Watt

Passing the “Torches of Freedom”: Smoking Behaviors of Women in Nepal(Pages: 56-79) by Kristina N. Piorkowski & Alok K. Bohara


Ecology, Sustainability, and Care: Developments in the Field(Pages: 80-88) by Julie A. Nelson & Marilyn Power

Reorganizing School Lunch for a More Just and Sustainable Food System in the US(Pages: 89-112) by Jennifer Gaddis & Amy K. Coplen

Who Dares to Care? (In the World of Finance)(Pages: 113-135) by Helen Mussell

To Measure and to Narrate: Paths Toward a Sustainable Future(Pages: 136-159) by Günseli Berik

The Monetized Economy Versus Care and the Environment: Degrowth Perspectives On Reconciling an Antagonism(Pages: 160-183) by Corinna Dengler & Birte Strunk


Buddhist Economics: An Enlightened Approach to the Dismal Science(Pages: 184-187) by Julie A. Nelson

Gender and Climate Change Financing: Coming Out of the Margin(Pages: 188-190) by Marjorie Griffin Cohen

URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rfec20/24/3?nav=tocList

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Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Vol.19, No.3, August 2018


Development, Validity, and Reliability of the Women’s Capabilities Index(Pages: 271-288) by Giulia Greco, Jolene Skordis-Worrall & Anne Mills

Migrating to the City in North West China: Young Rural Women’s Empowerment(Pages: 289-307) by Vilma Seeberg & Shujuan Luo

Women Empowerment Through Self-Help Groups: The Bittersweet Fruits of Collective Apple Cultivation in Highland Ethiopia(Pages: 308-330) by Sintayehu Hailu Alemu, Luuk Van Kempen & Ruerd Ruben

Power, Capability and Cultural Subjects: An Inquiry into “Institutional Neglect” in Participatory Planning(Pages: 331-344) by Tamara Nair

Examining Collective Action Through the Capability Approach: The Example of Community Currencies(Pages: 345-364) by Felix Rauschmayer, Christine Polzin, Mirijam Mock & Ines Omann

Applying the Capability Approach to Enhance the Conceptualization of Well-being in Environmental Assessment(Pages: 365-397) by Nicholas Philip Simpson

A MANUSH or HUMANS Characterisation of the Human Development Index(Pages: 398-415) by Srijit Mishra & Hippu Salk Kristle Nathan

Book Reviews

Human Development in Times of Crisis: Renegotiating Social Justice(Pages: 416-417) by Annie Austin

Developing Minds: Psychology, Neoliberalism and Power(Pages: 417-419) by Lachlan Summers

Human Development and Global Institutions: Evolution, Impact, Reform(Pages: 419-420) by Juan Telleria

URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjhd20/19/3?nav=tocList

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The Journal of Economic History, Volume 78, Issue 2, June 2018


An Historical Perspective on the Quest for Financial Stability and the Monetary Policy Regime(pp. 319-357) by Michael D. Bordo

A Dissection of Trading Capital: Trade in the Aftermath of the Fall of the Iron Curtain(pp. 358-393) by Matthias Beestermöller, Ferdinand Rauch

On the Road to Heaven: Taxation, Conversions, and the Coptic-Muslim Socioeconomic Gap in Medieval Egypt(pp. 394-434) by Mohamed Saleh

Individual Investors and Portfolio Diversification in Late Victorian Britain: How Diversified Were Victorian Financial Portfolios?(pp. 435-471) by Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos, Janette Rutterford

“The Curse of the Caribbean”? Agency’s Impact on the Productivity of Sugar Estates on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 1814–1829 (pp. 472-499) by S. D. Smith, Martin Forster

The Economics of Renaissance Art(pp. 500-538) by Federico Etro

The Impact of World War II on the Demand for Female Workers in Manufacturing(pp. 539-574) by Dina Shatnawi, Price Fishback

Dissertation Summary

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations(pp. 575-610) 
Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting(pp. 611-629)
Review of Books

Ancient to Modern Europe – Wealth and Disaster: Atlantic Migrations from a Pyrenean Town in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. By Pierre Force. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016. Pp. xviii, 230. $45.00, Kindle. (pp. 635-636) by Craig Palsson

URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-economic-history/issue/E42E9D5C1B18C51F2C40BAFE270E5935

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The Journal of Peasant Studies, Vol.45, Nos.1-2, March 2018


Number 1:Forum on: Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World

Emancipatory rural politics: confronting authoritarian populism(Pages: 1-20) by Ian Scoones, Marc Edelman, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Wendy Wolford & Ben White

Counterrevolution, the countryside and the middle classes: lessons from five countries(Pages: 21-58) by Walden Bello

People and places left behind: work, culture and politics in the rural United States(Pages: 59-79) by Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad & Cynthia M. Duncan

Forum on: Climate Smart Agriculture

The global political economy of climate change, agriculture and food systems(Pages: 80-88) by Jennifer Clapp, Peter Newell & Zoe W. Brent

Climate-smart agriculture: what is it good for?(Pages: 89-107) by Marcus Taylor

Contested landscapes: the global political economy of climate-smart agriculture(Pages: 108-129) by Peter Newell & Olivia Taylor

Blue growth: savior or ocean grabbing?(Pages: 130-149) by Mads Barbesgaard

‘Triple wins’ or ‘triple faults’? Analysing the equity implications of policy discourses on climate-smart agriculture (CSA)(Pages: 150-174) by Linus Karlsson, Lars Otto Naess, Andrea Nightingale & John Thompson

Saying all the right things? Gendered discourse in climate-smart agriculture(Pages: 175-191) by Andrea Collins

Taking agroecology to scale: the Zero Budget Natural Farming peasant movement in Karnataka, India(Pages: 192-219) by Ashlesha Khadse, Peter Michael Rosset, Helda Morales & Bruce G. Ferguson

Agrarian Classics Review Series

Book reviews

Europe and the people without history(Pages: 220-225) by Susanna Hecht

Human rights and the food sovereignty movement: reclaiming control(Pages: 226-228) by Sofía Monsalve Suárez

Altered genes, twisted truth. How the venture to genetically engineer our food has subverted science, corrupted government, and systematically deceived the public(Pages: 228-232) by Ashok Kumbamu

Democracy in the woods: environmental conservation and social justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico(Pages: 232-235) by Tim Forsyth

URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/fjps20/45/1?nav=tocList

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Number 2 :Articles

The Capitalocene Part II: accumulation by appropriation and the centrality of unpaid work/energy(Pages: 237-279) by Jason W. Moore

Roads of change: political transition and state formation in Nepal’s agrarian districts(Pages: 280-299) by Katharine N. Rankin, Andrea J. Nightingale, Pushpa Hamal & Tulasi S. Sigdel

The counterinsurgency/conservation nexus: guerrilla livelihoods and the dynamics of conflict and violence in the Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo(Pages: 300-320) by Judith Verweijen & Esther Marijnen

Grounds for self-government? Changes in land ownership and democratic participation in Chinese communities(Pages: 321-346) by Sally Sargeson

‘Land yes, dam no!’ Justice-seeking strategies by the anti-dam movement in the Ribeira Valley, Brazil(Pages: 347-367) by Kjersti Thorkildsen

What role for trade in food sovereignty? Insights from a small island archipelago(Pages: 368-388) by Jessica Paddock & Alastair Michael Smith

Race, immigration and the agrarian question: farmworkers becoming farmers in the United States(Pages: 389-408) by Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern

Land reform by default: uncovering patterns of agricultural decollectivization in Tajikistan(Pages: 409-430) by Brent Hierman & Navruz Nekbakhtshoev

Predatory peace. Dispossession at Aceh’s oil palm frontier(Pages: 431-452) by Christian Lund

After servitude: bonded histories and the encumbrances of exchange in indigenizing Bolivia(Pages: 453-473) by Mareike Winchell

Book Reviews

Gender challenges, volume 1: Agriculture, technology, and food security/Gender challenges, volume 2: Property, family, and the state/Gender challenges, volume 3: Environmental change and collective action (Pages: 474-477) by Shahra Razavi

Corridors of power: the politics of environmental aid to Madagascar(Pages: 477-480) by 
Sarah Osterhoudt

Local subversions of colonial cultures: commodities and anti-commodities in global history(Pages: 480-483) by Koen Beumer

Concentration and power in the food system: who controls what we eat?(Pages: 483-485) by Gyorgy Scrinis

Plantation crops, plunder and power: evolution and exploitation(Pages: 485-488) by Adam Sneyd

URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/fjps20/45/2?nav=tocList

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IIMB Management Review, Volume 30, Issue 2, June 2018


Impact of job demands-resources model on burnout and employee’s well-being: Evidence from the pharmaceutical organisations of Karachi by Muhammad Shahnawaz Adil, Mayra Baig

Continuous performance-based feedback and justice perceptions: Evidence for mediation by experienced participation by Anupriya Singh

Sovereign ratings: Determinants and policy implications for India by Sanjay Sehgal, Shruti Mathur, Mamta Arora, Latika Gupta

Board characteristics and bank performance in India by C.P. Abdul Gafoor, V. Mariappan, S. Thyagarajan

Pedagogy or andragogy? Views of Indian postgraduate business students by Ashutosh Muduli, Vinita Kaura, Ali Quazi

Entrepreneurial ecosystem in India: Taking stock and looking ahead by Srivardhini K. Jha

Book review

Thomas Zellweger, Managing the Family Business: Theory and Practice, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017, 544 pp., INR 6175. by Dalhia Mani

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/iimb-management-review/vol/30/issue/2

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Innovation and Development, Volume 8, Issue 1, 2018

Learning and Innovation in Natural Resource Based Industries

Innovation in natural resource-based industries: a pathway to development? Introduction to special issue by Allan Dahl AndersenAnabel Marìn & Erlend O. Simensen

Cambridge Journal of Economics, Volume 42, Issue 4, 14 July 2018


Financialisation and the New Swedish Model by Claes BelfrageMarkus Kallifatides

Northern Ireland’s property market crisis: insights from Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis by Emer Marie GallagherElaine RamseyDerek Bond

A sectoral explanation of per capita income convergence and divergence: estimating Verdoorn’s law for countries at different stages of development by Guilherme R MagachoJohn S L McCombie

Understanding the shift from micro- to macro-prudential thinking: a discursive network analysis by Matthias ThiemannMohamed AldegwyEdin Ibrocevic

Conflicts in the calculation and use of the price index: the case of France by Florence Jany-Catrice

Why derivatives need models: the political economy of derivative valuation models by Duncan Lindo

The determinants of income inequality in OECD countries by Pasquale Tridico

Unequal exchange and absolute cost advantage: evidence from the trade between Greece and Germany by Persefoni TsalikiChristina ParaskevopoulouLefteris Tsoulfidis

Sraffa on taxable income and its implications for fiscal policy by E S Levrero

The ‘Fragment on Machines’ as science fiction; or, reading the Grundrisse politically by Ben Trott

Treasury view and post-WWI British austerity: Basil Blackett, Otto Niemeyer and Ralph Hawtrey by Clara Elisabetta Mattei

Unconventional monetary policy ante litteram: Richard Kahn and the monetary policy debate during the works of the Radcliffe Committee by Carlo CristianoPaolo Paesani


Debt as Money  by Tony Lawson

URL: https://academic.oup.com/cje/issue/42/4

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