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Journal of Agrarian Change

John Wiley & Sons

 Journal of Agrarian Change

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

Informations sur le journal

The Journal of Agrarian Change is the leading journal of agrarian political economy. It promotes investigation of the social relations and dynamics of production, property and power in agrarian formations and their processes of change, both historical and contemporary. It encourages work within a broad interdisciplinary framework, informed by theory, and serves as a forum for serious comparative analysis and scholarly debate.

Contributions are welcomed from political economists, historians, anthropologists, sociologists, political scientists, economists, geographers, lawyers, and others committed to the rigorous study and analysis of agrarian structure and change, past and present, in different parts of the world.

As well as original research, the journal features review articles and essays and a substantial book review section. Occasional special thematic issues are published.

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Disponible à partir de January 2001 Vol. 1 Issue 1

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Abstract  : gratuit
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 Accès gratuit pour les Pays en Développement / Free Access in the Developing World

Free online access to this journal is available within institutions in the developing world through the : AGORA (Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture) with the the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)

The AGORA Publisher Partners offer :
free access to relevant institutions in the Band 1 countries
and low cost access to the Band 2 countries.

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