The Developing Economics blog takes critical approach to the field of development economics. It seeks to stimulate debate and critical reflection on economic development among academics and practitioners from all relevant fields. There are a lot of great blogs out there on development, economics, and heterodox economics. But there is a gap in the blogosphere: There’s no blog devoted entirely to critical and/or heterodox economic thinking on development economics! This blog aims to fill that gap.

This blog publishes posts on wide variety of aspects pertaining to development economics. All critical voices out there are encouraged to submit contributions.

Editor: Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven, PhD student in Economics at The New School.
See the list of contributors.