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particularly interested in the policy applications of innovative theory and research, and the role of such countries as Canada toward the promotion of international development and a more equitable world order. Areas of interest include: aid and trade, regional disparities and agrarian reform, development administration, educational planning and human resource development, industrialization and transfer of technology, environmental issues, human rights and democratization issues, rural development, urbanization, and women in development.

While theoretical papers will be considered, particularly if they offer a thought-provoking interdisciplinary analysis, preference will be given to empirical research, field work, or case studies having significant implications for development planning and policy. Short incisive articles which present a personal point of view and relate experience with present development practices or policies, or continue a dialogue on important issues raised in earlier issues of the Journal will be considered as well.