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In June 2019, Clarivate Analytics released its Journal Citation Report (JCR) for 2018. We are happy to announce that JPS got an increased 2018 Impact Factor of 4.754* (2-year IF), placing it 1/41 in Development Studies, and 1/90 in Anthropology.

As a way to thank everyone who has engaged with JPS – as author, peer reviewer, or reader – we are offering free access to the below content from JPS.

Thank you so much and we look forward to your continued engagement with the journal.

The JPS editorial community

 *Copyright: Journal Citation Reports®, Clarivate Analytics, 2019.

Plantations and mines: resource frontiers and the politics of the smallholder slot
Nancy Lee Peluso
Power and powerlessness in an Appalachian Valley – revisited
John Gaventa
The incursions of extractivism: moving from dispersed places to global capitalism
Jingzhong Ye, Jan Douwe van der Ploeg, Sergio Schneider & Teodor Shanin
Land grab/data grab: precision agriculture and its new horizons
Alistair Fraser
Rural rage: the roots of right-wing populism in the United States*
Chip Berlet & Spencer Sunshine
Do we need to categorize it? Reflections on constituencies and quotas as tools for negotiating difference in the global food sovereignty convergence space
Priscilla Claeys & Jessica Duncan
The global political economy of climate change, agriculture and food systems
Jennifer Clapp, Peter Newell & Zoe W. Brent
The Capitalocene, Part I: on the nature and origins of our ecological crisis
Jason W. Moore
Agroecology as a territory in dispute: between institutionality and social movements
Omar Felipe Giraldo & Peter M. Rosset
Predatory peace. Dispossession at Aceh’s oil palm frontier
Christian Lund
Mosaics of property: control of village land in West Africa
Matthew D. Turner & Oumarou Moumouni
What happened when the land grab came to Southeast Asia?
Laura Schoenberger, Derek Hall & Peter Vandergeest
Gender and generation in Southeast Asian agro-commodity booms
Clara Mi Young Park & Ben White
Blue growth: savior or ocean grabbing?
Mads Barbesgaard
Community forest concessionaires: resisting green grabs and producing political subjects in Guatemala
Jennifer A. Devine
Agrarian Marxism
Michael Levien, Michael Watts & Yan Hairong
Women, gender and protest: contesting oil palm plantation expansion in Indonesia
Miranda Morgan
Plantations, outgrowers and commercial farming in Africa: agricultural commercialisation and implications for agrarian change
Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones & Dzodzi Tsikata
Intergenerational displacement in Indonesia’s oil palm plantation zone
Tania Murray Li

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