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Centre of Development Studies

 

We are very pleased to report that Rosanna Jackson (MPhil, 2019/20) has recently had two articles published.

The first is 'The purpose of policy space for developing and developed countries in a changing global economic system' and is available at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2590051X21000046. The paper discusses the need to recognise the evolving purpose of policy space for developing and developed countries in a changing global economic system. It examines the changes in rules and regulations in the global economic system, as well as the rise of Global Value Chains (GVCs), which create a different landscape of opportunities and challenges for developing countries than what the currently developed countries experienced.

The second is 'The need to reenvision global and national levels to more effectively implement climate change', and is available in English in Volume 2 of Perspectivas Contemporâneas de Relações Internacionais at https://laibl.com.br/revista-a-internacionalista/, through the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo (USP). "A Internacionalista" is the first student-run paper at the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo. The journal aims to increase scientific production among students and democratise knowledge within the scope of International Relations (IR). The first edition relies onto two volumes that bring debates on classic and contemporary approaches and methodologies in IR. The editor of the paper says "Rosanna's contribution to our project was priceless. The editorial team is truly honoured to have published her article on climate change in our second volume. We thank her for her trust and we invite all interested students to submit their article to us on our e-mail (laibl@usp.br)."

Many congratulations to Rosanna on these two publications.

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