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Review of African Political Economy

1997 - 2015

Current editor(s): Graham Harrison, Branwen Gruffydd Jones, Claire Mercer, Nicolas Pons-Vignon, Aurelia Segatti and Ray Bush

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Volume 42, issue 145, 2015

The political economy of HIV pp. 335-341 Downloads
Deborah Johnston, Kevin Deane and Matteo Rizzo
Trapped in the prison of the proximate: structural HIV/AIDS prevention in southern Africa pp. 342-361 Downloads
Bridget O'Laughlin
The political economy of concurrent partners: toward a history of sex-love-gift connections in the time of AIDS pp. 362-375 Downloads
Mark Hunter
Wealthy and healthy? New evidence on the relationship between wealth and HIV vulnerability in Tanzania pp. 376-393 Downloads
Danya Long and Kevin Deane
Paying the price of HIV in Africa: cash transfers and the depoliticisation of HIV risk pp. 394-413 Downloads
Deborah Johnston
Exploring the complexity of microfinance and HIV in fishing communities on the shores of Lake Malawi pp. 414-436 Downloads
Eleanor MacPherson, John Sadalaki, Victoria Nyongopa, Lawrence Nkhwazi, Mackwellings Phiri, Alinafe Chimphonda, Nicola Desmond, Victor Mwapasa, David G. Lalloo, Janet Seeley and Sally Theobald
Revisiting the economics of transactional sex: evidence from Tanzania pp. 437-454 Downloads
Kevin Deane and Joyce Wamoyi
The key questions in the AIDS epidemic in 2015 pp. 455-466 Downloads
Alan Whiteside
15 years of 'War on AIDS': what impact has the global HIV/AIDS response had on the political economy of Africa? pp. 467-476 Downloads
Sophie Harman
Breaking out of silos - the need for critical paradigm reflection in HIV prevention pp. 477-487 Downloads
Justin O. Parkhurst and Moritz Hunsmann
Microfinance and HIV prevention pp. 488-496 Downloads
Janet Seeley

Volume 42, issue 144, 2015

On territorialising power and rendering space and resources legible pp. 167-173 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole
The politics of land registration in Ethiopia: territorialising state power in the rural milieu pp. 174-189 Downloads
Davide Chinigò
Zimbabwe's land reform: new political dynamics in the countryside pp. 190-205 Downloads
Ian Scoones
Bulldozers, homes and highways: Nairobi and the right to the city pp. 206-224 Downloads
Ambreena Manji
Landlords in the making: class dynamics of the land grab in Mbarali, Tanzania pp. 225-244 Downloads
Elisa Greco
Renewable energy in South Africa's minerals-energy complex: a 'low carbon' transition? pp. 245-261 Downloads
Lucy Baker
The reform-underdevelopmentalism nexus in a dependent state: a case study of the Nigerian banking sector reforms pp. 262-278 Downloads
Sylvanus I. Ebohon
Beyond urban vulnerability: interrogating the social sustainability of a livelihood in the informal economy of Nigerian cities pp. 279-298 Downloads
Thaddeus Chidi Nzeadibe and Peter Oluchukwu Mbah
A political economy of sub-Saharan African language press: the case of Nigeria and South Africa pp. 299-313 Downloads
Abiodun Salawu
Pepe Roberts, 1943-2015 pp. 314-315 Downloads
Janet Bujra and Gavin Williams
Five funerals, no weddings, a couple of birthdays: Terry Ranger, his contemporaries, and the end of Zimbabwean nationalism - 24 October 2013-3 January 2015 pp. 316-324 Downloads
David Moore
The popular uprising in Burkina Faso and the Transition pp. 325-333 Downloads
Lila Chouli

Volume 42, issue 143, 2015

Divisive democracy and popular struggle in Africa pp. 1-6 Downloads
Hannah Cross
Fighting talk: Ruth First's early journalism 1947-1950 pp. 7-21 Downloads
Christopher Webb
Visions of liberation: the Algerian war of independence and its South African reverberations pp. 22-43 Downloads
Allison Drew
Free and fair? Citizens' assessments of the 2013 general election in Kenya pp. 44-61 Downloads
Seema Shah
Sex, citizenship and the state in Nigeria: Islam, Christianity and emergent struggles over intimacy pp. 62-76 Downloads
Ebenezer Obadare
Angolan civil society activism since the 1990s: reformists, confrontationists and young revolutionaries of the 'Arab spring generation' pp. 77-91 Downloads
Nuno Vidal
Different means of protest, same causes: popular struggles in Burkina Faso pp. 92-106 Downloads
Bettina Engels
Violence and democracy in South Africa's community protests pp. 107-123 Downloads
Marcel Paret
The revolt of small towns: the meaning of Morocco's history and the geography of social protests pp. 124-140 Downloads
Koenraad Bogaert
Horse-trading on EU-African Economic Partnership Agreements pp. 141-147 Downloads
Dirk Kohnert
L'insurrection populaire et la Transition au Burkina Faso pp. 148-155 Downloads
Lila Chouli
International crude oil theft: elite predatory tendencies in Nigeria pp. 156-165 Downloads
Eddy Akpomera

Volume 41, issue sup1, 2014

New African development? pp. S1-S6 Downloads
Ray Bush and Graham Harrison
From a marginalised to an emerging Africa? A critical analysis pp. S7-S25 Downloads
Ndongo Samba Sylla
Growth, capital accumulation and economic porosity in Mozambique: social losses, private gains pp. S26-S48 Downloads
Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco
'A nation in a hurry': the costs of local governance reforms in Rwanda pp. S49-S63 Downloads
Niamh Gaynor
Securitisation of development in Ethiopia: the discourse and politics of developmentalism pp. S64-S74 Downloads
Fana Gebresenbet
From immersion to simulation: remote methodologies and the decline of area studies pp. S75-S94 Downloads
Mark Duffield
'African Peasants and Revolution' revisited pp. S95-S107 Downloads
Henry Bernstein
An interview with Samir Amin pp. S108-S114 Downloads
Samir Amin and Ray Bush
Fairtrade cooperatives in Ethiopia and Uganda: uncensored pp. S115-S127 Downloads
Christopher Cramer, D. Johnston, Carlos Oya and J. Sender
Konza City and the Kenyan software services strategy: the great leap backward? pp. S128-S137 Downloads
Jyoti Saraswati

Volume 41, issue 142, 2014

Theorising Africa: some facts and fictions pp. 475-482 Downloads
Alfred Zack-Williams
The empire's new clothes: Africa, liberal interventionism and contemporary world order pp. 483-499 Downloads
Zubairu Wai
Mining for peace: diamonds, bauxite, iron ore and political stability in Guinea pp. 500-515 Downloads
Mamadou Diouma Bah
Chiefs, NGOs and alternative conflict resolution mechanisms in post-conflict Sierra Leone pp. 516-529 Downloads
Felix Marco Conteh
Regulation, taxation and violence: the state, quasi-state governance and cross-border dynamics in the Great Lakes Region pp. 530-544 Downloads
Filip Reyntjens
The development planning era and developmental statehood: the pursuit of structural transformation in Nigeria pp. 545-560 Downloads
Eka Ikpe
Wasta! The long-term implications of education expansion and economic liberalisation on politics in Sudan pp. 561-578 Downloads
Laura Mann
Modernity in material form? Mobile phones in the careers of Ghanaian market women pp. 579-593 Downloads
Jenna Burrell
Dependency in international regimes: the case of the apparel industry in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 594-608 Downloads
Moses Mpuria Kindiki
'When freedom died' in Angola: Alves and after pp. 609-622 Downloads
John S. Saul
The freedom to be silent? Market pressures on journalistic normative ideals at the Nation Media Group in Kenya pp. 623-633 Downloads
Herman Wasserman and Jacinta Mwende Maweu
South Africa: how the ANC wins elections pp. 634-644 Downloads
Martin Plaut
South Africa's elections 2014: more than more of the same? pp. 645-651 Downloads
Henning Melber

Volume 41, issue 141, 2014

On ROAPE, historical (dis)continuities and textual activism pp. 335-340 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole and Gary Littlejohn
Emerging powers, state capitalism and the oil sector in Africa pp. 341-357 Downloads
Ian Taylor
Resource conflict and militant Islamism in the Golis Mountains in northern Somalia (2006-2013) pp. 358-373 Downloads
Markus Virgil Hoehne
Two 'transitions': the political economy of Joyce Banda's rise to power and the related role of civil society organisations in Malawi pp. 374-388 Downloads
Clive Gabay
Philanthrocapitalism: appropriation of Africa's genetic wealth pp. 389-405 Downloads
Carol B. Thompson
How and why chiefs formalise land use in recent times: the politics of land dispossession through biofuels investments in Ghana pp. 406-423 Downloads
Festus Boamah
Zimbabwe's 'new' smallholders: who got land and where did they come from? pp. 424-440 Downloads
Gareth David James
Militarising - and marginalising? - African Studies USA pp. 441-457 Downloads
William G. Martin and Brendan Innis McQuade
The death of Dag Hammarskjöld pp. 458-465 Downloads
Henning Melber
Dwindling but surviving: South Sudan and external involvement in the current crisis pp. 466-473 Downloads
Aleksi Ylönen

Volume 41, issue 140, 2014

Understanding people and power in African political economy pp. 167-171 Downloads
Hannah Cross
The Africana paradigm in Capital: the debts of Karl Marx to people of African descent pp. 172-184 Downloads
Biko Agozino
Political economy of the Namibian tourism sector: addressing post-apartheid inequality through increasing indigenous ownership pp. 185-200 Downloads
Julia Jänis
Aid for Trade and African agriculture: the bittersweet case of Swazi sugar pp. 201-215 Downloads
Pamela Richardson-Ngwenya and Ben Richardson
Jatropha as a biofuel crop and the economy of appearances: experiences from Kenya pp. 216-231 Downloads
Carol Hunsberger
The land grab, finance capital, and food regime restructuring: the case of Egypt pp. 232-248 Downloads
Marion Dixon
Oil and the Post-Amnesty Programme (PAP): what prospects for sustainable development and peace in the Niger Delta? pp. 249-263 Downloads
Cyril Obi
Industrial transformation or business as usual? Information and communication technologies and Africa's place in the global information economy pp. 264-283 Downloads
James T. Murphy, Pádraig Carmody and Björn Surborg
Lionel Cliffe, 1936-2013: a comradely scholar in Nyerere's nationalist Tanzania pp. 284-287 Downloads
Issa G. Shivji
Lionel Cliffe, 1936-2013 pp. 288-291 Downloads
Peter Lawrence and Morris Szeftel
The shadow of Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013 pp. 292-296 Downloads
Bill Freund
Nelson Mandela and the politics of South Africa's unfinished liberation pp. 297-305 Downloads
Alexander Beresford
Transformation or end of Tanzanian trade unions? A comment on Matteo Rizzo's dissenting remarks pp. 306-310 Downloads
Gundula Fischer
A response to Gundula Fischer's comment pp. 311-315 Downloads
Matteo Rizzo
The dynamics of the loss of oil revenues in the economy of North Sudan pp. 316-322 Downloads
Mohammed Hussein Sharfi
Zuma: party leadership as electoral liability pp. 323-331 Downloads
Roger Southall
ROAPE's Africa Research Fund: a report pp. 332-333 Downloads
Janet Bujra, Colin Stoneman and Gary Littlejohn

Volume 41, issue 139, 2014

Não vamos esquecer (We will not forget) pp. 1-11 Downloads
Gavin Williams, Leo Zeilig, Janet Bujra and Gary Littlejohn
The Ruth First Papers Project: digitising the Ruth First archive pp. 12-17 Downloads
Vanessa Rockel and Matt Mahon
Ruth First: the analysis and practice of politics in South Africa pp. 18-37 Downloads
Gavin Williams
Remembering Ruth First at the CEA pp. 38-43 Downloads
Colin Darch
Ruth First: a revolutionary life in revolutionary times pp. 44-59 Downloads
Bridget O'Laughlin
Ruth First and the Mozambican miner pp. 60-83 Downloads
Marc Wuyts
Remembering Ruth: the voice, the face, the work and the silence pp. 84-96 Downloads
Alpheus Manghezi
Building an alternative consensus for political action: Ruth First as journalist and activist pp. 97-104 Downloads
Don Pinnock
Ruth First: internationalist activist, researcher and teacher: the long road to Mozambique pp. 105-119 Downloads
Anna Maria Gentili
'More comfortably without her?': Ruth First as writer and activist pp. 120-124 Downloads
John S. Saul
'Today is human rights day': Ruth First, human rights and the United Nations pp. 125-133 Downloads
Barbara Harlow
From exile to the thick of the struggle: Ruth First and the problems of national liberation, international sanctions and revolutionary agency pp. 134-152 Downloads
Leo Zeilig
The hidden thread: Russia and South Africa in the Soviet era pp. 153-156 Downloads
Colin Darch
Liberation movements in power: party and state in southern Africa pp. 157-159 Downloads
Leo Zeilig
Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the war against apartheid pp. 160-165 Downloads
Gary Littlejohn
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