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Review of African Political Economy

1997 - 2022

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

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2022, volume 49, articles 171

Mozambique – neither miracle nor mirage pp. 1-10 Downloads
Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco and Elisa Greco
The historical logic of the mode of capital accumulation in Mozambique pp. 11-45 Downloads
Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco
Financialisation, narrow specialisation of production and capital accumulation in Mozambique pp. 46-66 Downloads
Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco and Diogo Maia
Work in agro-industry and the social reproduction of labour in Mozambique: contradictions in the current accumulation system pp. 67-86 Downloads
Rosimina Ali and Sara Stevano
The expansion of capitalist agricultural production and social reproduction of rural labour: contradictions within the logic of capital accumulation in Mozambique pp. 87-106 Downloads
Carlos Muianga
Class, politics and dynamic accumulation processes around the Sino-Mozambican rice project in the lower Limpopo, 2005–2014 pp. 107-137 Downloads
Ana Sofia Ganho
Green extractivism and financialisation in Mozambique: the case of Gilé National Reserve pp. 138-160 Downloads
Natacha Bruna
Commercial finance for development: a back door for financialisation pp. 161-172 Downloads
Ewa Karwowski
Debt, distress, dispossession: towards a critical political economy of Africa’s financial dependency pp. 173-183 Downloads
Tim Zajontz
The death of political possibility? Reading State and society in Nigeria 40 years on pp. 184-191 Downloads
Portia Roelofs
Postcolonial security: Britain, France, and West Africa’s Cold War pp. 192-194 Downloads
Mohamed Chamekh
Migration beyond capitalism pp. 194-196 Downloads
Sophia Hayat Taha
Connecting people and voices for radical change in Africa pp. 197-199 Downloads
Leo Zeilig

2021, volume 48, articles 170

Extractive capitalism and hard and soft power in the age of Black Lives Matter pp. 497-508 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole and Peter Lawrence
Reducing deforestation and forest degradation in Democratic Republic of Congo: market-based conservation in a context of limited statehood pp. 509-528 Downloads
Camille Reyniers
Resource nationalism and community engagement in extractive resource governance: insights from Tanzania pp. 529-551 Downloads
Japhace Poncian
Rethinking the ‘patron–client’ politics of oil block allocation, development and remittances in Nigeria pp. 552-580 Downloads
Victor Chidubem Iwuoha
Crony capitalism in Nigeria: the case of patronage funding of the Peoples Democratic Party and the power sector reform, 1999–2015 pp. 581-608 Downloads
Okorie Albert, Ifeanyichukwu Abada and Raymond Adibe
Understanding West Africa’s informal workers as working class pp. 609-629 Downloads
Joshua Lew McDermott
Contested compensation: the politics, economics and legal nuances of compensating white former commercial farmers in Zimbabwe pp. 630-645 Downloads
Philani Moyo
Land and the limits of liberal legalism: property, transitional justice and non-reformist reforms in post-apartheid South Africa pp. 646-655 Downloads
Matthew Evans
Seeking social justice in crisis: socio-economic rights and citizenship in post-2000 Zimbabwe pp. 656-666 Downloads
Kristina Pikovskaia
The path to genocide in Rwanda: security, opportunity, and authority in an ethnocratic state pp. 667-668 Downloads
Filip Reyntjens
The exclusionary politics of digital financial inclusion: mobile money, gendered walls pp. 668-670 Downloads
Mike Chipere
Political protest in contemporary Kenya: change and continuities pp. 670-673 Downloads
Njuki Githethwa
Connecting people and voices for radical change in Africa pp. 674-676 Downloads
Leo Zeilig
Volume Index pp. 677-681 Downloads
The Editors

2021, volume 48, articles 169

Capitalism, resources and inequality in a climate emergency pp. 325-330 Downloads
Peter Lawrence
Ruth First Prize pp. 331-332 Downloads
The Editors
Auctioning a ‘just energy transition’? South Africa’s renewable energy procurement programme and its implications for transition strategies pp. 333-351 Downloads
Franziska Müller and Simone Claar
Rebuilding hegemony: passive revolution, state transformation and South Africa’s steel sector pp. 352-368 Downloads
Ricardo Reboredo
When anti-corruption fails: the dynamics of procurement in contemporary South Africa pp. 369-384 Downloads
Nomtha Gray
Staking a claim: law, inequality and the city in South Africa pp. 385-402 Downloads
Julian Brown
Cooperatives and the reorganisation of labour-intensive production in South Africa’s clothing industry pp. 403-419 Downloads
Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings
Janus-faced presidents: extroverted and introverted politics in oil-age Niger pp. 420-441 Downloads
Jannik Schritt
Covid-19 containment policies in Nigeria: the role of conflictual federal–state relations in the fight against the pandemic pp. 442-451 Downloads
Ernest Toochi Aniche, Victor Chidubem Iwuoha and Kelechukwu Charles Obi
Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea: a threat to the means of livelihood of artisanal fishers in South South region, Nigeria pp. 452-461 Downloads
Samuel A. Asua, Michael I. Ugwueze and Vincent C. Onah
Should Nigeria join the European Union’s Economic Partnership Agreement with the other ECOWAS states? pp. 462-472 Downloads
Gabriel Ozekhome Igechi
Bendix and Ndlovu-Gatsheni in dialogue: conceptualising the (de)colonial, knowledge and development pp. 473-484 Downloads
Felix Mantz
Ethiopia in theory: revolution and knowledge production, 1964–2016 pp. 485-487 Downloads
Michael Kebede
Zimbabwe’s migrants and South Africa’s border farms: the roots of impermanence pp. 488-490 Downloads
Melusi Nkomo
The transnational land rush in Africa: a decade after the spike pp. 490-492 Downloads
Abdul-Salam Ibrahim
Connecting people and voices for radical change in Africa pp. 493-496 Downloads
Leo Zeilig

2021, volume 48, articles 168

Extractivism, informal work and strategies for political-economic transformation pp. 153-160 Downloads
Bettina Engels
Struggles over value: corporate–state suppression of locally led mining mechanisation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo pp. 161-177 Downloads
Ben Radley and Sara Geenen
The politics of incontournables: entrenching patronage networks in eastern Congo’s mineral markets pp. 178-195 Downloads
Christoph Vogel
Development, division and discontent in informal markets: insights from Kampala pp. 196-216 Downloads
Graeme Young
Battle for legitimacy: revisiting autochthony and (re)invented authority in Zimbabwe’s resettlement areas pp. 217-234 Downloads
Edmore Mwandiringana and Jingzhong Ye
‘More than a million’: the politics of accounting for the dead of the Rwandan genocide pp. 235-256 Downloads
Luc Reydams
The myth of the ‘book famine’ in African publishing pp. 257-275 Downloads
Elizabeth le Roux
Historical roots of militarised conservation: the case of Uganda pp. 276-288 Downloads
Ivan Ashaba
Anti-fraud measures in Eastern Africa pp. 289-304 Downloads
Nataliya Mykhalchenko and Jörg Wiegratz
Financialisation of politics: the political economy of Egypt’s counterrevolution pp. 305-313 Downloads
Hesham Shafick
Wrestling with the devil: a prison memoir pp. 314-315 Downloads
Justin Theodra
Class, work and whiteness: race and settler colonialism in Southern Rhodesia, 1919–79 pp. 315-320 Downloads
Alex Callinicos
Connecting people and voices for radical change in Africa pp. 321-323 Downloads
Leo Zeilig

2021, volume 48, articles 167

Samir Amin and beyond: the enduring relevance of Amin’s approach to political economy pp. 1-7 Downloads
Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven, Maria Dyveke Styve and Ushehwedu Kufakurinani
Interpreting contemporary imperialism: lessons from Samir Amin pp. 8-14 Downloads
Jayati Ghosh
Dependency in a financialised global economy pp. 15-31 Downloads
Fathimath Musthaq
Fighting monetary colonialism in francophone Africa: Samir Amin’s contribution pp. 32-49 Downloads
Ndongo Samba Sylla
Revisiting Marxism and decolonisation through the legacy of Samir Amin pp. 50-65 Downloads
Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni
The gender of dependency theory: women as workers, from neocolonialism in West Africa to the implosion of contemporary capitalism pp. 66-81 Downloads
Catherine Scott
The hidden legacy of Samir Amin: delinking’s ecological foundation pp. 82-101 Downloads
Max Ajl
East Asia has delinked – can Ethiopia delink too? pp. 102-118 Downloads
Francisco Pérez
Samir Amin in Beijing: delving into China’s delinking policy pp. 119-141 Downloads
Francesco Macheda and Roberto Nadalini
Samir Amin and Eastern Europe pp. 142-152 Downloads
Annamaria Artner
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