Volume 36 • Number 4 • 2018 De Dev velopment elopment P Polic olicy y Re Revie view w Gendered perceptions of power and decision-making in rural Kenya Noora-Lisa Aberman, Julia Behrman and Regina Birner Steering the Poverty-Environment Nexus in Central Asia: A metagovernance analysis of the Poverty- Environment Initiative ( PEI ) Sarah Challe, Stamatios Christopoulos, Michael Kull and Louis Meuleman Rethinking international and domestic financing for HIV in low- and middle-income countries Richard Manning and Olivier Sterck Supply of schooling and dropout rates: Evidence from the Oportunidades programme in Mexico Raymundo M. Campos-Vazquez and Alma S. Santillan Urban poverty, economic restructuring and poverty reduction policy in urban China: Evidence from Shanghai, 1978–2008 Fei Yan Indigenous peoples, the city and inclusive urban development policies in Latin America: Lessons from Bolivia and Ecuador Philipp Horn Comparing voluntary sustainability initiatives and product carbon footprinting in the food sector, with a particular focus on environmental impacts and developing countries Katharina Plassmann Development PolicyReview Lead Editor Editor Associate Editor Production Steve Wiggins Deborah Eade Colin Kirkpatrick Sarah Phillips Correspondence to: email@example.com Development Policy Review (ISSN 0950ă 6764) is published six times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November by
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