DEV staff and students publish in a wide range of outlets, including interdisciplinary and disciplinary journals, books, research reports and working papers. Use these links to navigate your way around our publications.
DEV's Publications - Research Impact
An independent Wiley-Blackwell 2008 analysis of the ‘most highly cited institutions' across the three main development studies journals (World Development, Development and Change, Journal of Development Studies) revealed UEA to produce the highest number of citations for a total of 17 publications (in the top quartile of number of publications). This resulted in UEA being amongst the most highly cited academic institutions, globally, publishing in development studies.
DEV Working Paper Series
The Working Paper Series profiles research and policy work conducted by the School of International Development and International Development UEA. Launched in 2007, it provides an opportunity for staff, associated researchers and fellows to disseminate original research and policy advice on a wide range of subjects. All papers are peer reviewed within the School. Recent past work, provided it meets the standards required and has contemporary significance is also welcome.
DEV Reports and Policy Papers
These are reports and papers that reproduce consultancy, applied research findings and policy work conducted by the School of International Development or International Development UEA. Launched in 2007, the reports provide an opportunity for staff, associated researchers and fellows to disseminate studies and findings on a wide range of subjects. Recent past work, provided it meets the standards required and has contemporary significance is also welcome.
DEV Research Briefings
The DEV Research Briefings series, launched in 2011, presents policy-relevant evidence and insights from research conducted by staff in the School of International Development and International Development UEA, with the aim of informing development policy agendas and debates.
Finding journal and book publications
To find details of publications you have several options ...
You can follow a link from the table below:
|Journal Articles||Books||Book Chapters||Other Major Articles|
Or if you know the name of the author follow the People link and find the faculty member on the list - which is organised alphabetically within - click on the name and go to their web-page and list of publications;
Or if you are looking for a particular subject follow the Research Groups link and browse the pages and publications listed within.
As well as giving bibliographical details, some publications are available to download, either directly from this website or from external sites.
Older DEV publications
The School of International Development no longer publishes our original working papers, monographs etc. and those that were produced until 1995 are now out of print and unavailable. Most of our faculty members' research is published in commercially-produced books and academic journals. These cannot be ordered through the School; to obtain a publication you should click on the links available, or contact the publisher, a bookseller, or borrow it through a library.
The Research Newsletters are published quarterly. They detail information about activities DEV staff are involved in, for example: new research grants; research outputs; consultancy; and forthcoming courses.