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Meridiana is a four-monthly journal, established in 1987 by a group of researchers specialized in various branches of social sciences (i.e. economists, sociologists, anthropologists and political scientists) and history. Since then a distinctive feature of the journal has been its interdisciplinary approach usually applied to a monographic theme. Initially Meridiana focused on the problems with the development in the Mezzogiorno of Italy. In the last ten years it has broadened its scope to cover all themes related to social and economic development and inequality, also from an historical point of view. Meridiana publishes also free articles on topics of its interest. All articles go through a process of blind peer review to evaluate both academic excellence and accessibility of the articles to a wide array of social scholars and historians.
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