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Number of items: 73.

2014

Smart, Teresa and Hanlon, Joseph (2014). Galinhas e cerveja: uma receita para o crescimento. Maputo, Mozambique: Kapicua (forthcoming).

Manjengwa, Jeanette; Hanlon, Joseph and Smart, Teresa (2014). Who will make the 'best' use of Africa's land? Lessons from Zimbabwe. Third World Quarterly, 35(6) (In press). file

Hanlon, Joseph (2014). Mozambique 2013. In: Mehler, Andreas; Melber, Henning and van Walraven, Klaas eds. Africa Yearbook : Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara 2013. Africa Yearbook (10). Leiden: Brill, (In press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

2012

Hanlon, Joseph (2012). Governance as 'Kicking Away the Ladder'. New Political Economy, 17(5) pp. 691–698.

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.

Hanlon, Joseph (2012). Debt and development. In: Haslam, Paul; Schafer, Jessica and Beaudet, Paul eds. Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, and Issues (2nd ed). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hanlon, Joseph; Manjengwa, Jeanette and Smart, Teresa (2012). Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land. Sterling, Viirginia: Kumarian Press.

2011

Hanlon, Joseph (2011). Mozambique: can Frelimo remain the predominant party? African Arguments.

Hanlon, Joseph (2011). Mozambique. In: Mehler, Andreas; Melber, Henning and van Walraven, Klaas eds. Africa Yearbook : Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara 2010. Africa Yearbook (7). Leiden: Brill. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Hanlon, Joseph (2011). Välfärdssamhället Sverige som förebild – möjligheter och lärdomar. In: Nycander, Gunnel Axelsson ed. Pengar i Handen: Sociala Trygghetssystem som Metod för Att Bekämpa Fattigdom och Hunger. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, pp. 49–61. file

Hanlon, Joseph (2011). Is Mozambique following a latecomer developer strategy? Transformation, 2011(76) pp. 137–143.

2010

Hanlon, Joseph and Mosse, Marcelo (2010). Mozambique’s Elite – Finding its Way in a Globalized World and Returning to Old Development Models. UNU-Wider. file

Hanlon, Joseph and Cunguara, Benedito (2010). Poverty is not being reduced in Mozambique. LSE Crisis States Research Centre. file

Hanlon, Joseph; Barrientos, Armando and Hulme, David (2010). Just Give Money to the Poor: The Development Revolution from the Global South. Sterling, VA, USA: Kumarian.

Hanlon, Joseph (2010). Mozambique: 'the war ended 17 years ago, but we are still poor'. Conflict, Security and Development, 10(1) pp. 77–102. file

Hanlon, Joseph (2010). Frelimo landslide in tainted election in Mozambique. Review of African Political Economy, 37(123) pp. 92–95.

2009

Hanlon, Joseph and Mosse, Marcelo (2009). Is Mozambique's elite moving from corruption to development? In: UNU-WIDER Conference on the Role of Elites in Economic Development, 12-13 June 2009, Helsinki, Finland. file

Hanlon, Joseph (2009). Just give money to the poor. In: II Conferencia do IESE “Dinamicas da Pobreza e Padrões de Acumulação em Moçambique”, 22-23 April 2009, Maputo, Mozambique. file

Hanlon, Joseph (2009). Mozambique: The panic and rage of the poor. Review of African Political Economy, 36(119) pp. 125–130.

Hanlon, Joseph (2009). Debt and Development. In: Haslam, Paul; Schafer, Jessica and Beaudet, Paul eds. Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, and Issues. Oxford University Press, pp. 254–270.

Hanlon, Joseph (2009). Mozambique. In: Mehler, A.; Melber, H. and van Walraven, K. eds. Africa Yearbook 2008. Brill, pp. 455–464.

de Renzio, Paolo and Hanlon, Joseph (2009). Mozambique: Contested Sovereignty? The Dilemmas of Aid Dependence. In: Whitfield, Lindsay ed. The Politics of Aid: African Strategies for Dealing with Donors. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 246–270.

2008

Hanlon, Joseph and Smart, Teresa (2008). Do Bicycles Equal Development in Mozambique? Oxford, UK: James Currey.

Hanlon, Joseph and Smart, Teresa (2008). Há mais bicicletas - mas há desenvolvimento? Maputo, Moçambique: Missanga. file

2007

de Renzio, Paolo and Hanlon, Joseph (2007). Contested sovereignty in Mozambique: The dilemmas of aid dependence. Global Economic Governance Programme, University College, Oxford.

Hanlon, Joseph (2007). Wolfowitz, the World Bank, and illegtimate lending. The Brown Journal of World Affairs, 13(2) pp. 41–54.

2006

Hanlon, Joe and Fox, Sean (2006). Identifying Fraud in Democratic Elections: a case study of the 2004 Presidential Elections in Mozambique. Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Hanlon, Joseph (2006). 'Illegitimate' loans: lenders, not borrowers, are responsible. Third World Quarterly, 27(2) pp. 211–226.

Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. (2006). Civil war, civil peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey Publishers.

Hanlon, Joseph (2006). Defining 'illegitimate debt': when creditors should be liable for improper loans. In: Jochnick, Chris and Preston, Fraser A. eds. Sovereign debt at the crossroads: challenges and proposals for resolving the third world debt crisis. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 109–130.

2005

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). 200 wars and the humanitarian response. In: Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. Civil War, Civil Peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey, pp. 18–48.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Is the international community helping to recreate the preconditions for war in Sierra Leone? The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 94(381) pp. 459–472.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Intervention. In: Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. Civil War, Civil Peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey, pp. 49–71.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Roots of civil war: tick 'all of the above. In: Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. Civil War, Civil Peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey, pp. 72–94.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Ethnicity and identity. In: Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. Civil War, Civil Peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey, pp. 95–112.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). External roots of internal war. In: Yanacopulos, Helen and Hanlon, Joseph eds. Civil War, Civil Peace. Oxford, UK: James Currey, pp. 113–134.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). A flawed election process in Mozambique and a landslide victory for Frelimo. In: Minnie, Jeanete ed. Outside the Ballot Box: Preconditions for elections in Southern Africa 2004/5. Windhoek, Namibia: Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA).

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Bringing it all together: A case study of Mozambique. In: Junne, Gerd and Varkoren, Willemijn eds. Postconflict Development: Meeting New Challenges. London, UK: Lynne Reiner.

Hanlon, Joseph (2005). Mozambique. In: Mehler, Andreas ed. Africa Yearbook: Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara. Leiden & Boston: Brill.

2004

Hanlon, Joseph (2004). Bringing it all together: a case study of Mozambique. In: Junne, Gerd and Verkoren, Willemijn eds. Postconflict development: meeting new challenges. Boulder, Colorado, USA: Lynn Rienner, pp. 273–287.

Hanlon, Joseph (2004). Renewed land debate and the 'cargo cult' in Mozambique. Journal of Southern African Studies, 30(3) pp. 603–626.

Hanlon, Joseph (2004). It is possible to just give money to the poor. In: Pronk, Jan ed. Catalysing Development? A Debate on Aid. Blackwell, pp. 181–200.

Hanlon, Joseph (2004). Do donors promote corruption?: the case of Mozambique. Third World Quarterly, 25(4) pp. 747–763.

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

2003

Hanlon, Joseph (2003). Mozambique: Round up all the Usual Suspects. Review of African Political Economy, 30(98) pp. 653–654.

Hanlon, Joseph (2003). Peace Without Profit: How the IMF Blocks Rebuilding in Mozambique. Oxford, UK: James Currey.

Hanlon, Joseph (2003). Preface-Prefácio to Carlos Serra 'Cólera e catarse'. In: Serra, Carlos ed. Cólera e Catarse. Maputo, Moçambique: Imprensa Universitária, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane. file

2002

Hanlon, Joseph (2002). Bank corruption becomes site of struggle in Mozambique. Review of African Political Economy, 29(91) pp. 53–72.

Hanlon, Joseph (2002). Debate Intensifies over Adjustment amd Press Freedom in Mozambique. Review of African Political Economy, 29(91) pp. 113–116.

Hanlon, Joseph and Christie, Frances (2002). Preparedness pays off in Mozambique. In: ed. World Disasters Report 2002. Geneva: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

2001

Christie, Frances and Hanlon, Joseph (2001). Mozambique & the great flood of 2000. African Issues. Indiana, USA: Indiana University Press.

2000

Hanlon, Joseph (2000). An 'Ambitious and Extensive Political Agenda': The role of NGOs and the AID industry. In: Kendall, Stiles ed. Global Institutions and Local Empowerment: Competing Theoretical Perspectives. International Political Economy Series. Hampshire, UK: Macmillan Press.

Hanlon, Joseph (2000). Two decades of competition over health in Mozambique. In: Robinson, Dorcas; Hewitt, Tom and Harriss, John eds. Managing Development: Understanding Inter-Organizational Relationships. London, UK: Sage.

Hanlon, Joseph (2000). How much debt must be cancelled? Journal of International Development, 12(6) pp. 877–901.

Hanlon, Joseph (2000). Power without Responsibility: The World Bank and Mozambican Cashew Nuts. Review of African Political Economy, 27(83) pp. 29–45.

Hanlon, Joseph (2000). Historia de la deuda y porqué su cancelación. Revista Bimestre Cubana, 12 pp. 40–68.

1998

Hanlon, Joseph (1998). Grabbing attention. In: Thomas, Alan; Chataway, Jo and Wuyts, Marc eds. Finding Out Fast: Investigative Skills for Policy and Development. UK: Sage.

1997

Hanlon, Joseph (1997). Mozambique: Under New Management. Soundings, 7 pp. 184–194.

Hanlon, Joseph (1997). Guia Básico Sobre as Autárquias Locais. Maputo: Ministério de Administração Estatal e Associação de Parlamentares Europeus para Africa.

Hanlon, Joseph (1997). It’s the IMF that runs Mozambique. In: Sogge, David ed. Mozambique: Perspectives on aid and the civil sector. Amsterdam: Gemeenschappelijk Overleg Medefinacierig.

1994

Hanlon, Joseph (1994). Report of AWEPA's Observation of the Mozambique Electoral Process, 1992-94. Amsterdam: AWEPA.

Hanlon, Joseph and Mayekiso, M. (1994). Making People - Driven Development Work. Commission on Development Finance, Johannesburg.

1991

Hanlon, Joseph (1991). Mozambique: Who Calls the Shots? London, UK: James Currey.

1990

Hanlon, Joseph ed. (1990). South Africa: The Sanctions Report - Documents and Statistics. UK: James Currey.

Hanlon, Joseph (1990). Impact of Sanctions on SADCC. In: Hanlon, Joseph ed. South Africa: The Sanctions Report - Documents and Statistics. UK: James Currey.

1989

Hanlon, Joseph ed. (1989). South Africa: The Sanctions Report. UK: Penguin Books Ltd.

Hanlon, Joseph (1989). SADCC: in the 1990s: development on the front line. London, UK: Economist Intelligence Unit.

1987

Hanlon, Joseph (1987). Post-apartheid South Africa and its neighbours. Third World Quarterly, 9(2) pp. 437–449.

Hanlon, Joseph and Omond, Roger (1987). The Sanctions Handbook. Middlesex, UK: Penguin.

1986

Hanlon, Joseph (1986). Beggar Your Neighbours: Apartheid Power in Southern Africa. UK: James Currey.

Hanlon, Joseph (1986). Apartheid’s Second Front: South Africa's War Against Its Neighbours. UK: Penguin Books Ltd.

1984

Hanlon, Joseph (1984). Mozambique: The Revolution under fire. Third World Books. London, UK: Zed Books Ltd.

Hanlon, Joseph (1984). SADCC: progress, projects and prospects: The trade and investment future of the Southern African Development Coordination Conference. London, UK: Economist Intelligence Unit.

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