This special issue aims at highlighting the state of the art of an understudied problem looking at the interactions between illicit economies, violence, and environmental factors for countries and vulnerable communities. For further information, please download the Call for Papers.
We welcome original contributions exploring the linkages and impacts of illicit economies on the environment in all its dimensions. This includes potentially novel perspectives such as the environmental effect of policies addressing the nexus between illicit economies and the environment, as well as decentralized responses by organized communities in rural and urban contexts.
Deadline for Submission:
Deadline for submission of Letters of Intent (LOIs) is on 30 June 2020. LOIs submitted after this deadline will not be considered. Decisions will be communicated by the end of July 2020. Invited papers will be subject to the usual JIED peer review processes (based on a double-blind peer review). Authors commit to produce a final manuscript in JIED house style by 30 October 2020.
LOIs should be sent to invited editors Maria Alejandra Velez, Director of the Center for the Study of security and Drugs (CESED), Facultad de Economia, Universidad de los Andes; Juan Carlos Garzon, Ideas for Peace Foundation and Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center; Daniel Brombacher, Head, Global Partnership on Drug Policies and Development, GIZ GmbH. Their contact details can be found in the Call for Papers.
Posted on 22 Mar 2020