Journal of Modern African Studies
|Edited by||Christopher Clapham|
Cambridge University Press (United Kingdom)
|0.692 (ISI, Area Studies)|
The Journal of Modern African Studies is a quarterly academic journal covering developments in modern African politics and society. Its main emphasis is on current issues in African politics, economies, societies, and international relations. It publishes approximately 25 articles and 30 book reviews a year.
The journal is published by Cambridge University Press and its current editor is Christopher Clapham from the University of Cambridge. From 1963 to 1997, David Kimble from the National University of Lesotho served as its editor.
Abstracting and indexing
- Humanities International Index
- International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
- Social Sciences Citation Index
- Sociological Abstracts
- "Explaining the 1994 genocide in Rwanda" - Helen M. Hintjens, Jun 1999 37:2, pp 241-286
- "China's engagement in Africa: scope, significance and consequences" - Denis M. Tull, Sep 2006 44:3, pp 459-479
- "Business environment and entrepreneurial activity in Nigeria: implications for industrial development" - Mary Agboli and Chikwendu Christian Ukaegbu, Mar 2006 44:1, pp 1-30
- "Diamonds or development? A structural assessment of Botswana's forty years of success" - Ellen Hillbom, Jun 2008 46:2, pp 191-214