Area Development and Policy is a new journal that engages with the transformation of the modern world as a result of development of the global South/Greater BRICS. In three issues per year, the journal publishes original academic research examining the multi-scalar and geographically differentiated relationships between economic and political organization/governance, ways of life and work and their context, as they shape regions, cities, rural areas and their inter-relationships.
This new issue contains the following articles:
Rising powers and the drivers of uneven global development by Ray Hudson – free access
Macroeconomic geographies by Jamie Peck
Inclusive globalization: unpacking China's Belt and Road Initiative by Weidong Liu & Michael Dunford – free access
Reflections on China's Belt and Road Initiative by Stanley Toops
Innovation development of large companies in Siberia by Sophia Khalimova
Industrial upgrading and interaction between the advanced small south and China: the case of Taiwan’s machine tool industry by Liang-Chih Chen & Shiuh-Shen Chien