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DSA Annual Conference 2015
New DSA/OUP book series
The DSA is launching a book series on Critical Frontiers of Theory, Research and Practice in International Development Studies, to be published by Oxford University Press. The series profiles research monographs that will shape the theory, practice, and teaching of international development for a new generation of scholars, students, and practitioners.
The objective is to set high quality standards within the field of development studies to nurture and advance the field, as is the central mandate of the DSA.
DSA Council Elections 2015
The 2015 DSA Council elections will be held under the terms of the DSA Constitution as approved at the 2013 AGM. The call for nominations can be downloaded here.
The Constitution can also be downloaded here.
DSA Monthly Bulletin
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Message from the President
CHANGE OF SUPPORT SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES ASSOCIATION
I am writing to advise you about major changes to the administrative arrangements for the Association. Read more >
Journal of International Development
The DSA has great pleasure in announcing that its journal - the Journal of International Development, published by Wiley - is included in the ISI Social Sciences Citation Index.
Impact Factor: 0.669
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 40/55 (Planning and Development)
- Latest Issue: May 2015
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Professor David Hulme as new DSA President
It is with great pleasure that the Council can announce that the new President of the DSA is Professor David Hulme, Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester. As no nominations for President were received ahead of the AGM, the Council agreed to pursue individuals who had expressed interest rather than re-open the nomination process. We're pleased to say that David received unanimous support from Council members and so has been declared President for the term of office 2014 - 2017.
Please read more from David here