Founded in 1980, the CJDS remains the only Canadian scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the study of international development. It is published quarterly by the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID), in partnership with Routledge.

The Canadian Journal of Development Studies is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, bilingual forum for critical research and reflection on the complex problems of international development theory, policy and practice. The CJDS publishes articles and review essays, and the Journal aims to keep readers informed with occasional commentaries, practical notes and reviews of recent books and other media on international development. The CJDS is global in its outlook and encourages contributions from scholars and practitioners around the world.

The CJDS is edited at Trent University. Editorial administration is housed at Simon Fraser University (SFU). The CJDSis published with support from CASID and from SFU’s School for International Studies, and with the assistance of grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, SFU’s University Publications Fund, Trent University and the International Development Research Centre.

Peer Review Policy: All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and double-anonymous peer review.

CJDS 39(3) now online / La Revue 39(3) disponible en ligne

We are pleased to announce that issue 39(3) of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies appeared online on 16 August 2018. Go to: Nous sommes heureux de vous informer que le numéro 39(3) de la Revue canadienne d’études du développement a été mis en ligne le 16 août 2018. Pour le consulter, veuillez cliquer sur : Please tweet, blog or Facebook post about this issue! * * * The State of Development Studies / L’état des études du développement Rethinking development from a Latin American perspective Henry Veltmeyer and Raúl Delgado Wise Articles / Articles Analyse empirique des antécédents de la pénétration de la téléphonie mobile en Afrique sub-saharienne T. Alain Sawadogo et Chantal Ammi