Journals from ODI
ODI is an independent, global think tank that researches, convenes and influences on injustice and inequality. They produce two journals, which are hybrid, with some papers available Open Access.
Development Policy Review is a peer-reviewed journal focusing specifically on the links between research and policy in all aspects of international development and across the spectrum of social science disciplines, intellectual persuasions, institutional backgrounds and geographical regions.
Established in 1960, and currently producing six issues a year, Development Policy Review publishes
• original research that addresses a significant policy-relevant issue
• contributions to contemporary policy debates
• guest-edited special issues on current policy-relevant topics.
Disasters is a major, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal reporting on all aspects of disaster studies, policy and management. It provides an opportunity for academics, policymakers and practitioners to publish the results of high-quality research and practice on natural catastrophes, anthropogenic disasters and complex political emergencies.
Disasters is the leading journal in the field of disasters, protracted crises and complex emergencies, terrorism and technological disasters, and prides itself on informing disaster prevention, mitigation and response policies and practice; adopting a worldwide geographical perspective; promoting the interchange of ideas among academics, practitioners and policymakers.