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International Development Policy is a peer-reviewed e-journal that promotes cutting-edge research and policy debates on global development. At the interface between the academic and policy worlds, it publishes original contributions by researchers and reflective practitioners from developing, emerging and advanced economies. DevPol engages scholars and policymakers to analyze and debate development policies at the strategic, institutional and discursive levels, and to question their conceptualisation, relevance, implementation and impact. Anchored in Geneva at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, DevPol links up with international policy negotiations involving Geneva-based organisations in the areas of trade, human rights and humanitarian law, global health, environment, labour, migrations and others. Readers are invited to contribute to the debates on the journal's blog - - and to follow live conferences.

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5.2 | 2013
Articles and Debates 5.2

Articles et débats

The first section focuses on major development policy issues and presents original, peer-reviewed articles dealing with aid, trade, finance, human rights as well as social and environmental issues.

The policy debate section presents an initial discussion paper written either by a scholar or a policy-maker, followed by critical reactions from academics, reflective practitioners and other stakeholders in a constructive spirit. The debates can be pursued on the eJournal’s blog where you are invited to share your reflections under your name.