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CROP Editorial Team

CROP Editorial Team

The CROP Editorial Team consists of three editorial committees; one for its book series, one for its poverty briefs, and one for the Global Challenges working paper series.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN POVERTY RESEARCH - Editorial Committee:

Thomas Pogge, Yale University, USA

Carlos Barba, Guadalajara University, MEXICO

Sonia Bhalotra, University of Essex, UK

Robyn Eversole, University of Tasmania, AUSTRALIA 

Honor Fagan, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, IRELAND

Santosh Mehrotra, Jawaharlal Nehru University, INDIA


POVERTY BRIEF SERIES - Editorial Committee: 

Etienne Nel, University of Otago, NEW ZEALAND

Enrique Delamonica, UNICEF, NIGERIA


GLOBAL CHALLENGES WORKING PAPER SERIES - Editorial Committee:

Lead editor: Andy Sumner, King's College London, UK

Alberto Cimadamore, University of Bergen, NORWAY

Tore Sætersdal, University of Bergen, NORWAY

Roxana Maurizio, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

Laura Camfield, University of East Anglia, UK


08.09.2017
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