International Development Planning Review is a peer-reviewed journal which provides an interdisciplinary platform for the critical study of development related practices, planning and policy.
Submissions are welcomed across a broad range of topics including but not limited to: demographic change and urbanization, shelter and infrastructure provision, livelihoods and economic activities, transport and communication networks, governance and civil society, urban and rural development policy and planning, and sustainability and environmental change.
IDPR publishes theoretically informed and ... see moreempirically grounded papers, critical reviews, viewpoints and book reviews. One of the four issues per year may be a ‘themed issue’ that focuses on a topic of interest.
Contributions should be original and should not have been previously published in any form, including all forms of electronic publication. Contributors are required to assign copyright to Liverpool University Press, and not to publish accepted articles or book reviews on web pages before they appear in IDPR.
Urbanisation & Development
Recent social movements have been ﬁguratively and digitally ignited in digital media and yet these movements took form, materialised and claimed power in urban public spaces. Digital media and physica...