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The Future of Economy | Development 56.2 is out now!

** Development 56.2 'The Future of Economy' is out now!
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Whether one views a ‘crisis’ as a symptom of underlying psychological trauma, or a reflection of cognitive dissonance, or a justification of political unappetizing recipes, it is fair to say that the global economic system as well as its foremost champion, the discipline of mainstream economics, are in a state of crisis (Tariq Banuri, 145-148).

What role will rising inequality, recurrent crises, and social frustrations play in the future of the economy?

SID journal Development Issue 56.2 'The Future of the Economy' seeks to take a closer look at the crisis in economics and the future of the economy. It builds upon the previous issue (Volume 56, Issue 1), which looked at the future of development in the light of the persistent environmental and economic crisis, the slow pace of global policy development, and the weakening of the developmental state.
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About Development
Development is the flagship journal of the Society for International Development (SID), one of the oldest journals on pro-poor sustainable development, published continuously for 55 years. Juxtaposing conceptual analyses with dialogues over alternatives, policy perspectives with local voices, and top down development plans with community based strategies for livelihoods, gender and social justice, Development keeps readers up to date on the challenging issues of today’s rapidly changing world. It enjoys a broad readership within the development community and is published by Palgrave Macmillan on behalf of the Society. Journal home page (http://sidint.us7.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=5a1f04363ef25c549caf308b2&id=af18caf667&e=6ed26d031c) (Palgrave's website)

** Volume 56
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At a time when development is the topic of policy debate, of global summits and of activist protests, we pose a question as the starting point for Vol. 56: What is the future of development?
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** Previous Issue 56.1 The future of Development
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Different voices of the international community call for an integrated approach that puts together economics with the core issues of sustainability, inequality, gender, human rights and environmental justice. Read more (http://sidint.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=5a1f04363ef25c549caf308b2&id=99bb02ba52&e=6ed26d031c)

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