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Barbara Stallings
Brown University

Aisalkyn Botoeva
Jamie Mc Pike

Katrina Burgess
Melani Cammett
Nitsan Chorev
Linda Cook
Angelica Duran-Martinez
Peter Evans
Patrick Heller
Jose Itzigsohn
Dietrich Rueschemeyer
Marilyn Rueschemeyer
Daniel Jordan Smith
Richard Snyder
Barbara Stallings
Ashutosh Varshney
Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro

Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan
Kenneth A. Bollen, University of North Carolina
Michael Carter, University of Wisconsin
Ruth Collier, University of California, Berkeley
Marc Edelman, Hunter College, City University of New York
Carol Graham, Brookings Institution/University of Maryland
Béla Greskovits, Central European University
Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University
Stephan Haggard, University of California, San Diego
Atul Kohli, Princeton University
Elizabeth J. Perry, Harvard University
Alejandro Portes, Princeton University
Dani Rodrik, Harvard University
Nancy Scheper-Hughes, University of California, Berkeley
Gay W. Seidman, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Diane Singerman, American University
Alfred Stepan, Columbia University
Ivan Szelenyi, New York University, Abu Dhabi
Robert Hunter Wade, London School of Economics
Michael Watts, University of California, Berkeley
Meredith Jung-En Woo, University of Virginia
Deborah Yashar, Princeton University

Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID) (ISSN 0039-3606) is an interdisciplinary journal that addresses issues concerning political, social, economic, and environmental change in local, national, and international contexts. Among its major emphases are political and state institutions; the effects of a changing international economy; political-economic models of growth and distribution; and the transformation of social structure and culture.

The journal has a tradition of presenting critical and innovative analytical perspectives that challenge prevailing orthodoxies. It publishes original research articles on all world regions and is open to all theoretical and methodical approaches.

In addition to research articles, SCID occasionally publishes reviews that summarize and assess significant, thematically linked bodies of literature and methodological essays that evaluate and/or make an original contribution to the debates about the conduct of social science research.

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