The LSE International Development Review is proud to publish the last issue of its Second Volume. This has been possible thanks to the dedication of six postgraduate students, an undergraduate, and a team of collaborators from the Melbourne Microfinance Society.
This issue touches upon different interdisciplinary fields intrinsically involved in international development. Furthermore, the articles reflect on the issues regarding economics, gender violence, sustainable agreements, healthcare provision, and social challenges presented by countries such as Singapore, Lebanon, and China, amongst others. In other words, these articles bring insights into the several actors that drive the unequal development of societies.
Finally, before I step down as Editor-in-chief of the journal, I would like to thank Sara Tiron, as well as all the committed editors, who have supported the publication of this academic year’s volume. I only hope, for the upcoming years, that the International Development Review continues to serve as a platform to encourage students to publish their independent research and develop their critical thinking on such relevant topics.
How to Cite:
Permanyer-Puig, I., 2022. Editor's Note. LSE International Development Review, 2(2).