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International Development

Guide of major resources, databases and other research materials for International Development Studies

About the International Development Guide

  • useful for undergraduate and graduate students in International Development

  • useful for professors, researchers and scholars in International Development

  • Selection of electronic and physical resources relative to research in International Development. 

Direct any research, reference or collections questions to the Liaison Librarian for Economics and International Development Studies, Michael David MILLER

 

International Development Studies at McGill University

International development studies at McGill University are mainly found in the Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID). The ISID focuses on the three following areas (see Research Clusters link for more information). 

  1. Poverty and Inequality
  2. Governance and Society
  3. Environment and Sustainability

The ISID also offers an undergraduate programme in Development studies as well as a graduate option at the master's level. See links below for more information. 

There also exists an active student association, the International Development Studies Students’ Association (IDSSA), that represents over a thousand students in international development studies at McGill University. 

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