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Review of African Political Economy

1997 - 2018

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

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Volume 45, issue 1, 2018

On filling voids pp. 1-6 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole and Leo Zeilig
Rethinking class and culture in Africa: between E. P. Thompson and Pierre Bourdieu pp. 7-24 Downloads
Pnina Werbner
Between feminism and unionism: the struggle for socio-economic dignity of working-class women in pre- and post-uprising Tunisia pp. 25-43 Downloads
Loes Debuysere
The struggles of precarious youth in Tunisia: the case of the Kerkennah movement pp. 44-63 Downloads
Lorenzo Feltrin
Delinking, food sovereignty, and populist agronomy: notes on an intellectual history of the peasant path in the global South pp. 64-84 Downloads
Max Ajl
Introduction: revolution and counter-revolution in Egypt pp. 85-90 Downloads
Cemal Burak Tansel and Brecht De Smet
Behind every Caesar a new one? Reflections on revolution and counter-revolution in Egypt in response to Gramsci on Tahrir pp. 91-103 Downloads
Anne Alexander and Sameh Naguib
Again on the revolutionary subject: problematising class and subalternity in Gramsci on Tahrir pp. 104-114 Downloads
Roberto Roccu
Passive revolutions and the dynamics of social change in the peripheries pp. 115-124 Downloads
Cemal Burak Tansel
Critical interventions in debates on the Arab revolutions: centring class pp. 125-134 Downloads
Sara Salem
Rejoinder: reading Tahrir in Gramsci pp. 135-145 Downloads
Brecht De Smet
Afro-euphoria: is Ghana’s economy an exception to the growth paradox? pp. 146-157 Downloads
Isaac Abotebuno Akolgo
Capitalism in Africa: mutating capitalist relations and social formations pp. 158-167 Downloads
Horman Chitonge
The Russian Revolution and the development challenge – Part II: the Russian Revolution and the mantra of developmentalism pp. 168-175 Downloads
Arndt Hopfmann
Taken for a ride: grounding neoliberalism, precarious labour and public transport in an African metropolis pp. 176-179 Downloads
Bill Freund

Volume 44, issue 10, 2017

Political economies of the everyday pp. 513-521 Downloads
Alfred Zack-Williams
Ruth First prize pp. 522-522 Downloads
The Editors
Africa’s next debt crisis: regulatory dilemmas and radical insights pp. 523-540 Downloads
Carolyn Bassett
How far does neoliberalism go in Egypt? Gender, citizenship and the making of the ‘rural’ woman pp. 541-558 Downloads
Karim Malak and Sara Salem
‘Only the people can defend this struggle’: the politics of the everyday, extrajudicial executions and civil society in Mathare, Kenya pp. 559-576 Downloads
Peris S. Jones, Wangui Kimari and Kavita Ramakrishnan
Reform and counter-reform in Kenya's land governance pp. 577-594 Downloads
Jacqueline M. Klopp and Odenda Lumumba
Gendering the extraverted state: the politics of the Kenyan sex workers’ movement pp. 595-610 Downloads
Eglė Česnulytė
Military corruption in war: stealing and connivance among Zimbabwean foot soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (1998–2002) pp. 611-623 Downloads
Godfrey Maringira
Ambivalent outcomes of statebuilding: multiplication of brokers and educational expansion in the Democratic Republic of Congo (2004–13) pp. 624-642 Downloads
Cyril Owen Brandt
A tribute to Ken Post, 1935–2017 pp. 643-645 Downloads
Robin Cohen
The Russian Revolution and the development challenge – Part I: the Russian Revolution and a myriad of global cleavages pp. 646-653 Downloads
Arndt Hopfmann
For a multidimensional class analysis in Africa pp. 654-661 Downloads
Joël Noret
Eritrea: a mafia state? pp. 662-672 Downloads
Martin Plaut
The impact of Chinese textile imperialism on Nigeria’s textile industry and trade: 1960–2015 pp. 673-682 Downloads
Murtala Muhammad, Mansur Ibrahim Mukhtar and Gold Kafilah Lola
Neoliberal moral economy: capitalism, socio-cultural change and fraud in Uganda pp. 683-684 Downloads
Stefano Ponte
Volume index pp. 685-689 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 44, issue 7, 2017

Neoliberalism, labour power and democracy – the sense of an ending pp. 353-357 Downloads
Hannah Cross
Neoliberal democratisation, colonial legacies and the rise of the non-state provision of social welfare in West Africa pp. 358-380 Downloads
Lauren M. MacLean
A comparative political economy of regional migration and labour mobility in West and Southern Africa pp. 381-398 Downloads
Hannah Cross and Lionel Cliffe
The International Labour Organization and African trade unions: tripartite fantasies and enduring struggles pp. 399-414 Downloads
Nick Bernards
Institutionalised conflict, subaltern worker rebellions and insurgent unionism: casual workers’ organisation and power resources in the South African Post Office pp. 415-431 Downloads
David Dickinson
‘We recommend compliance’: bargaining and leverage in Ethiopian–US intelligence cooperation pp. 432-448 Downloads
Sobukwe Odinga
China and Namibia, 1990 to 2015: how a new actor changes the dynamics of political economy pp. 449-465 Downloads
Gregor Dobler
The myth of economic growth in Africa pp. 466-475 Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Oil and democratisation in Ghana pp. 476-486 Downloads
Ehis Michael Odijie
Beyond forceful measures: Tanzania’s ‘war on poaching’ needs diversified strategies more than militarised tactics pp. 487-498 Downloads
Mathew Bukhi Mabele
The difference that ‘capitalism’ makes: on the merits and limits of critical political economy in African Studies pp. 499-509 Downloads
Stefan Ouma
Africa and International Relations in the 21st century pp. 510-511 Downloads
Samuel Oyewole

Volume 44, issue 4, 2017

Extraction and beyond: people’s economic responses to restructuring in southern and central Africa pp. 173-188 Downloads
Vito Laterza and John Sharp
Towards a life of poverty and uncertainty? The livelihood strategies of Gécamines workers after retrenchment in the DRC pp. 189-203 Downloads
Benjamin Rubbers
Money, migration and masculinity among artisanal miners in Katanga (DR Congo) pp. 204-219 Downloads
Jeroen Cuvelier
Multiple livelihoods and social relations in the South African Lowveld, 1986–2013 pp. 220-236 Downloads
Kees (C. S.) van der Waal
After the mines: the changing social and economic landscape of Malawi–South Africa migration pp. 237-251 Downloads
Jessica A. Johnson
From fatalism to mass action to incorporation to neoliberal individualism: worker safety on South African mines,.1955–2016 pp. 252-271 Downloads
Paul Stewart and Dhiraj Kumar Nite
? Mining in South Africa in the last 30 years – an overview pp. 272-291 Downloads
Hugh Macmillan
Contested labour and political leadership: three mineworkers’ unions after the opposition victory in Zambia pp. 292-311 Downloads
Esther Uzar
The 2015 general elections in Nigeria: new media, party politics and the political economy of voting pp. 312-321 Downloads
Mala Mustapha
Liberia’s run-up to 2017: continuity and change in a long history of electoral politics pp. 322-335 Downloads
Robtel Neajai Pailey and David Harris
Assembling effective industrial policy in Africa: an agenda for action pp. 336-345 Downloads
Pádraig Carmody
A flawed freedom: rethinking southern African liberation; South Africa – the present as history: from Mrs Ples to Mandela and Marikana pp. 346-351 Downloads
Peter Lawrence

Volume 44, issue 1, 2017

On political economies of governance and resistance to (mis)rule pp. 1-9 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole
For richer, for poorer: why ethnicity often trumps economic cleavages in Kenya pp. 10-29 Downloads
Biniam E. Bedasso
Politics, development and the instrumentalisation of (de)centralisation in Sierra Leone pp. 30-46 Downloads
Felix Marco Conteh
Statistics versus livelihoods: questioning Rwanda’s pathway out of poverty pp. 47-65 Downloads
An Ansoms, Esther Marijnen, Giuseppe Cioffo and Jude Murison
The politics of recognition, and the manufacturing of citizenship and identity in Senegal’s decentralised charcoal market pp. 66-84 Downloads
Papa Faye
Rethinking peace-building practices through the Somaliland experience pp. 85-103 Downloads
Marta Regina Fernández y Garcia
Mozambican economic porosity and the role of Brazilian capital: a political economy analysis pp. 104-121 Downloads
Isabela Nogueira, Ossi Ollinaho, Eduardo Costa Pinto, Grasiela Baruco, Alexis Saludjian, José Paulo Guedes Pinto, Paulo Balanco and Carlos Schonerwald
Elite capture and state neglect: new evidence on South Africa’s land reform pp. 122-130 Downloads
Ruth Hall and Thembela Kepe
Beyond ethnicity: the violence in Western Uganda and Rwenzori’s 99 problems pp. 131-141 Downloads
Anna Reuss and Kristof Titeca
The African middle class(es) – in the middle of what? pp. 142-154 Downloads
Henning Melber
Burkina Faso: from Thomas Sankara to popular resistance pp. 155-164 Downloads
Leo Zeilig
Understanding Eritrea: inside Africa's most repressive state pp. 165-169 Downloads
Habtom Yohannes
Africa: why economists get it wrong pp. 170-172 Downloads
Alfred Zack-Williams
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