|Editor-in-Chief:||Dale Mudenda (PhD), University of Zambia|
|Managing Editor:||Iva Peša, University of Oxford|
The Southern African Journal of Policy and Development publishes articles, policy briefs and reviews of current importance to Southern Africa. Focused on informing policy and development within Southern Africa, the short articles, policy briefs and reviews should be of theoretical and practical relevance on the following issues: law, health, politics and governance, economics, social, development, technology, and peace and security.
Submitted articles will go through a process of anonymous peer review.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Number 1 (2018) April 2014
Cost-Effectiveness of Food and Cash Transfers to Patients under Anti-Retroviral Treatment in Zambia
Chibamba Mwansakilwa and Gelson Tembo
Explaining and Fixing the 'Weak Governance Curse' in Resource-Rich Least Developed Countries
Patrícia G. Ferreira and Landry Signé
The Dormant Clause: How the Failure of the Repugnancy Clause Has Allowed for Discrimination against Women in Zambia
Pamela Amaechi and Erica Mildner
Review of Morten Jerven, Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do about It
Marja Hinfelaar and Caesar Cheelo
Determinants of the Exchange Rate and Policy Implications
Catalina Michelle Tejada