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Babb, S. and A. Kentikelenis. In press. "International Financial Institutions as Agents of Neoliberalism," in The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism, edited by D. Cahill, M. Cooper, and M. Konings. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.

Ismail, F., 2016. “20 years of Democratic South Africa’s role in the Multilateral Trading System” in 20 years” in Adebajo and Virk (eds.) Post-Apartheid South Africa’s Foreign Policy after Two Decades (Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR), Cape Town, South Africa) (forthcoming).

Ismail, F. 2016. “The Changing Global Trade Architecture: Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa”, Trade Hot Topics, The Commonwealth, Issue 131.

Kentikelenis, A., T. Stubbs, and L. King. 2016. "IMF Conditionality and Development Policy Space, 1985-2014," Review of International Political Economy. 

Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. 2016. Competition states in the neoliberal era: Towards third generation regulation theory. Competition & Change. In press.

Reinsberg, B. 2016. The implications of multi-bi financing on multilateral agencies: The example of the World Bank. In: Mahn, T., Negre, M., & Klingebiel, S. Fragmentation versus Pluralism? The Future of Development Cooperation Revisited. Palgrave McMillan (forthcoming).

Stubbs, T., Kentikelenis, A., & King, L. 2016. Catalyzing aid? The IMF and donor behavior in aid allocation. World Development, 78, 511-528.



Kim, D. ‘Britain's energy cooperation with emerging economies.’ in Challenges of European External Energy Governance with Emerging Powers, Knodt, Piefer, and Mueller (Eds), 2015. Ashgate.

Reinsberg, B., Michaelowa, K., & Eichenauer, V. 2015. The rise of multi-bi aid and the proliferation of trust funds. In: Arvin, M.B., and Lew, B. (eds.). Handbook on the Economics of Foreign Aid. Edward Elgar.

Stubbs, T. 2015. Ethnopolitics and the military in Kenya. In D. Zirker (Ed.), Forging Military Identity in Culturally Pluralistic Societies: Quasi-Ethnicity. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp.69-88.



Aggarwal, V.K., & Evenett, S.J. 2014. Do WTO rules preclude industrial policy? Evidence from the global economic crisis. Business and Politics, 16(4), 481-509. Part of Special Issue on Industrial Policy, edited by Vinod K. Aggarwal and Simon J. Evenett.

Aggarwal, V.K., & Newland, Sara. 2014. Responding to China’s Rise: US and EU Strategies. New York: Springer.

Stubbs, T., King, L., & Stuckler, D. 2014. Economic growth, financial crisis, and property rights: Observer bias in perception-based measures. International Review of Applied Economics, 28(3), 401-418. 



Ismail, F., and Vickers, B. 2013. “Reflections on a new Democratic South Africa’s role in the Multilateral Trading System” in James Scott and Rorden Wilkinson (eds.), Trade, Poverty, Development: Getting beyond the WTO’s Doha Deadlock, (London: Routledge, 2013).

Kim, D. & Narlikar, A. 2013. ‘Unfair Trade: potential negative consequences of consumer movements.’ Foreign Affairs.



Aggarwal, V.K., & Govella, K. 2012. Linking Trade and Security: Evolving Institutions and Strategies in Asia, Europe, and the United States. New York: Springer.

Ismail, F., 2012. “Developing Country Coalitions in the WTO Doha Round: The NAMA 11”, in Mehta, P., Kaushik, A.,and Kaukab, R. Reflections from the Frontline. Developing Country Negotiators in the WTO (CUTS International, and Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2012).

Ismail, F. 2012."Reflections on a new Democratic South Africa's role in the Multilateral Trading System", in Journal of Global Policy, Vol. 3, Issue 3, September 2012

Ismail, F. 2012. “Narratives and Myths in the WTO Doha Round. The Way Forward?”, in Political and Economic Weekly, Vol. XLVII No. 31 (August 4th 2012)

Ismail, F. 2012. “Is the Doha Round Dead? What is the Way Forward?” in World Economics, Vol.13. No. 3 (July-September 2012), pp.1-26

Kim, D., Narlikar A., & Coskeran, H. 2012 ‘Trade in Manufactures and Agriculture Products: A Dangerous Link?’, in The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization. Amrita Narlikar, Martin Dauton, and Robert Stern (Editors), pp. 343-369. Oxford University Press: Oxford. 



Aggarwal, V.K., & Govella, K. 2011. Responding to a Resurgent Russia: Russian Policy and Responses from the EU and US. New York: Springer.

Ismail, F. 2011. Reforming the World Trade Organization. Developing Countries in the Doha Round (Published in Chinese) (WTO Centre, Shanghai, China)

Ismail, F., 2011. “China’s Rise – Opportunities and Challenges for Africa”, in, Melendez-Ortiz, R., Bellman, C., and Cheng, S., (ed) A Decade in the WTO. Implications for China and Global Trade Governance (International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva, Switzerland, 2011, e-book)

Ismail, F., and Vickers, B. 2011. “Towards fair and inclusive decision-making in WTO negotiations”, in (ed) Birkbeck, C.D., Making Global Trade Governance Work for Development, Perspectives and Priorities from Developing Countries (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2011)

Ismail, F. 2011. “Re-discovering the Role of Developing Countries in the GATT”, in (ed) Lee, Y.S., Horlick, G.N., Choi, W.M., Broude, T., Law and Development Perspectives on International Trade Law (The Law and Development Institute, Cambridge University Press, 2011, New York, USA).

Ismail, F. 2011. “Developing Countries Create Momentum for Change in the WTO! A response to Wilkinson, R. (2011) ‘Measuring the WTO’s Performance: An Alternative Account”, in Journal of Global Policy, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 43–52.

Neilson, D., & Stubbs, T. 2011. Relative surplus population and uneven development in the neoliberal era: Theory and empirical application. Capital & Class, 35(3), 435-453.



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