The Cornell Institute for African Development (IAD) coordinates teaching, outreach and activities related to social issues, food security, human resource development (including refugee assistance), environmental resource management, economic growth, and public policy guidance in Africa.
The IAD Occasional Paper Series publishes multidisciplinary, holistic, policy-oriented articles in fields of African studies relevant to development. All manuscripts are reviewed by peers on the basis of scholarship, extent of original research, rigor of analysis, and significance of the conclusions as well as the scholarship relevance to issues affecting Africa.
Series Editor, Muna Ndulo
Managing Editor, Evangeline Ray
Program Manager, Jackie Sayegh
Editorial Advisory Board*
*Board members are affiliated with Cornell University except as noted.
Chris Barrett, Judith Byfield, Locksley Edmondson, Charles Geisler, Sandra Green, Stacey Langwick, David R. Lee, Erik Thorbecke, Judith Van Allen, Nicolas van de Walle, John Weiss, Clement Adibe (DePaul University), Margaret Grieco (Napier University), Willene Johnson (USIP), Edwin MacLellan (Cape Breton University), Siwa Msangi (CGIAR), Mecke Nagel (SUNY Cortland), Thomas Tieku (University of Toronto).
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