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2013

Mohan, Giles (2013). Beyond the enclave: towards a critical political economy of China and Africa. Development and Change, 44(6) pp. 1255–1272. file

2012

Cunguara, Benedito and Hanlon, Joseph (2012). Whose wealth is it anyway? mozambique’s outstanding economic growth with worsening rural poverty. Development and Change, 43(3) pp. 623–647.

2011

Yeates, Nicola (2011). Going global: the transnationalization of care. Development and Change, 42(4) pp. 1109–1130.

2010

Tan-Mullins, May; Mohan, Giles and Power, Marcus (2010). Redefining 'aid' in the China–Africa context. Development and Change, 41(5) pp. 857–881. file

2008

Bebbington, Anthony; Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith; Humphreys Bebbington, Denise; Burneo, Maria Luisa and Warnaars, Ximena (2008). Contention and ambiguity: mining and the possibilities of development. Development and Change, 39(6) pp. 965–992. file

Koivusalo, Meri and Mackintosh, Maureen (2008). Global public health security: inequality, vulnerability and public health system capabilities. Development and Change, 39(6) pp. 1163–1169. filefile

2006

Wilson, Gordon (2006). Beyond the technocrat? The professional expert in development practice. Development and Change, 37(3) pp. 501–523.

2005

Hickey, Sam and Mohan, Giles (2005). Relocating participation within a radical politics of development. Development and Change, 36(2) pp. 237–262. file

2004

Hanlon, Joseph (2004). It is possible to just give money to the poor. Development and Change, 35(2) pp. 375–383.

1981

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1981). Foreign Capital, Employment and Accumulation in Kenya. Development and Change, 12(3) pp. 441–458.

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