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Review of African Political Economy

1997 - 2021

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

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2021, volume 48, issue 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

2020, volume 47, issue 166

Africa, extractivism and the crisis this time pp. 511-521 Downloads
Elisa Greco
Extractivism, exclusion and conflicts in Senegal’s agro-industrial transformation pp. 522-544 Downloads
Maura Benegiamo
The war and the economy: the gradual destruction of Libya pp. 545-567 Downloads
Matteo Capasso
Sugar production dynamics in Zimbabwe: an analysis of contract farming at Hippo Valley pp. 568-584 Downloads
Freedom Mazwi
Africa–EU relations and natural resource governance: understanding African agency in historical and contemporary perspective pp. 585-603 Downloads
Duncan Money, Hans Otto Frøland and Tshepo Gwatiwa
Mining-induced violent resistance: the case of salt mining near Keta lagoon pp. 604-620 Downloads
Alhassan Atta-Quayson and Amina H. Baidoo
So many ‘Africanists’, so few Africans: reshaping our understanding of ‘African politics’ through greater nuance and amplification of African voices pp. 621-637 Downloads
Zack Zimbalist
Creaming off commodity profits: Europe’s re-export boom and Africa’s earnings crisis in the coffee and cocoa sectors pp. 638-650 Downloads
Angus Elsby
Africa’s Blue Economy: potentials and challenges for more locally beneficial development pp. 651-661 Downloads
Eddy Akpomera
Oil and its discontents: the political economy of artisanal refining in Nigeria pp. 662-675 Downloads
Agaptus Nwozor, John Olanrewaju, Modupe Ake and Onjefu Okidu
Does political settlements analysis capture the unsettling politics of oil in Africa? pp. 676-686 Downloads
Nelson Oppong
Contested extractivism, society and the state: struggles over mining and land pp. 687-688 Downloads
Ray Bush
Globalised authoritarianism: megaprojects, slums, and class relations in urban Morocco pp. 688-690 Downloads
Ray Bush
Volume Index pp. 691-695 Downloads
The Editors

2020, volume 47, issue 164

Socially distanced capitalism in a time of coronavirus pp. 169-196 Downloads
Reginald Cline-Cole
Ruth First Prize pp. 197-198 Downloads
The Editors
Oil production, environmental pressures and other sources of violent conflict in Nigeria pp. 199-219 Downloads
Isidore Udoh
Chinese investment in the Sierra Leone telecommunications sector: international financial institutions, neoliberalism and organisational fields pp. 220-237 Downloads
Aaron C. van Klyton, Said Rutabayiro-Ngoga and Lakmal Liyanage
Campaign funding laws and the political economy of money politics in Nigeria pp. 238-255 Downloads
G. S. Mmaduabuchi Okeke and Uche Nwali
Finance, infrastructure and urban capital: the political economy of African ‘gap-filling’ pp. 256-274 Downloads
Tom Goodfellow
The SDGs and the bio-economy: fostering land-grabbing in Africa pp. 275-290 Downloads
Jean-Claude N. Ashukem
Conditional cash transfer and education under neoliberalism in Nigeria: inequality, poverty and commercialisation in the school sector pp. 291-300 Downloads
Ikedinachi K. Ogamba
Zimbabwe's 2018 elections: funding, public resources and vote buying pp. 301-312 Downloads
Musiwaro Ndakaripa
Crisis of political leadership in Zimbabwe pp. 313-323 Downloads
Mike Chipere
The imagined Africa of the West: a critical perspective on Western imaginations of Africa pp. 324-334 Downloads
Rune Larsen and Stig Jensen
The African hero in Mozambican history: on assassinations and executions – Part II pp. 335-345 Downloads
John S. Saul
Power relations of development: the case of dam construction in the Nubian homeland, Sudan pp. 346-348 Downloads
Abeer R. Y. Abazeed
Correction pp. 349-349 Downloads
The Editors

2020, volume 47, issue 163

Africa – coping with the ‘new normal’ pp. 1-9 Downloads
Alfred Zack-Williams
Have the social classes of yesterday vanished from Africanist issues or are African societies made up of new classes? A French anthropologist’s perspective pp. 10-26 Downloads
Jean Copans
Safety and health before and after Marikana: subcontracting, illegal mining and trade union rivalry in the South African mining industry pp. 27-44 Downloads
Paul Stewart, Andries Bezuidenhout and Christine Bischoff
The strategies and tactics of fighting against precarisation of work: a comparative study of precarious workers’ struggles in two South African municipalities pp. 45-58 Downloads
Lawrence Ntuli
The politics of youth struggles for land in post-land reform Zimbabwe pp. 59-77 Downloads
Fadzai Chipato, Libin Wang, Ting Zuo and George T. Mudimu
From war to wealth? Land policies and the peace economy in Côte d’Ivoire pp. 78-94 Downloads
Jacobo Grajales
Digital labour at economic margins: African workers and the global information economy pp. 95-105 Downloads
Mohammad Amir Anwar and Mark Graham
China’s involvement in the trans-Saharan textile trade and industry in Nigeria: the case of Kano pp. 106-114 Downloads
Murtala Muhammad, Ramatu Buba, Muhammad Danial Azman and Abubakar Ahmed
The political economy of automobile development in Nigeria pp. 115-125 Downloads
Michael I. Ugwueze, Christian C. Ezeibe and Jonah I. Onuoha
Poverty and living conditions with Boko Haram in the Lake Chad Basin: the case of southeastern Niger pp. 126-134 Downloads
Youssoufou Hamadou Daouda
Why inequality persists in Africa pp. 135-143 Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Samir Amin's contribution to historical materialism pp. 144-152 Downloads
Morten Ougaard
The African hero in Mozambican history: on assassinations and executions – Part I pp. 153-165 Downloads
John S. Saul
Wentworth: the beautiful game and the making of place pp. 166-168 Downloads
Douglas Booth
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