Monthly Archives: September 2014

Journal of Peasant Studies free access

Journal of Peasant Studies 40th Anniversary special issues (2014) The first volume of JPS appeared in 1973-74. To mark the 40th anniversary of JPS in 2013-14, we are publishing two special issues on ‘global agrarian transformations’. The first volume has … Continue reading

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Trade deals

Articles on trade negotiations are the usual fare of JCA as we have tended to avoid the alphabet soup articles that discuss these trade deals. However, because of the potential significance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership being enthusiastically promoted by the … Continue reading

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Korean peace?

In a new review at JCA, Judit Pallos provides some details on a proposal for peace on the Korean Peninsula authored by Shepherd Iverson and titled One Korea – A Proposal for Peace. This proposal Iverson introduces a plan that … Continue reading

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Free access on foreign investment in Asia

Routledge have announced that they are making ebooks and journal articles on foreign investment in Asia available for a time, with free access. This free collection coincides with the 2014 Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics Symposium on Economic Development in … Continue reading

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Reviewing Fforde on Development Economics

Bill Lucarelli, a recent author at JCA, has also contributed a new book review. This review examines Adam Fforde’s recent Understanding Development Economics, published by Routledge in 2013. Fforde has also been a JCA contributor in the past and is … Continue reading

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Freedom of Expression in South Korea

Highly-cited political scientist Stephan Haggard of the University of California at San Diego and Jong-Sung You, soon to join the Australian National University, have completed a Commentary for JCA that assesses the evidence that freedom of expression in South Korea … Continue reading

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China and labour law

Tu Lan, John Pickles and Shengjun Zhu, all of the excellent Department of Geography at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have a new article at JCA. Entitled “State Regulation, Economic Reform and Worker Rights: The Contingent Effects … Continue reading

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