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Ajakaiye, Olusanya and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2009). Special Issue of European Journal of Development Research - China in Africa: A Relationship in Transition. Palgrave, UK.

Andreasen, Lars Erik; Coriat, Benjamin; den Hertog, Frisio and Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Conclusions. In: Andreasen, Lars Erik; Coriat, Benjamin; den Hertog, Frisio and Kaplinsky, Raphael eds. Europe's Next Step: Organisational Innovation, Competition and Employment. London: Frank Cass, pp. 321–332.

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Barnes, Justin; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2004). Industrial policy in developing economies: developing dynamic comparative advantage in the South African automobile sector. Competition and Change, 8(2) pp. 153–172.

Bessant, John; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Lamming, Richard (2003). Putting supply chain learning into practice. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 23(2) pp. 167–184.

Bessant, John; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2003). Developing capabilty through learning networks. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 2(1) pp. 19–38.

Bessant, J.; Brown, S.; Francis, D.; Kaplinsky, R. and Meredith, S. (2001). Developing manufacturing agility in SMEs. International Journal of Technology Management, 22(1)

Barnes, Justin and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2000). Globalization and the Death of the Local Firm? The Automobile Components Sector in South Africa. Regional Studies, 34(9) pp. 797–812.

Barnes, Justin and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2000). Globalisation and Trade Policy Reform: Whither the Automobile Components Sector in South Africa? Competition and Change, 4(2) pp. 211–243.

Bessant, John and Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Industrial restructuring: facilitating organizational change at the firm level. World Development, 23(1) pp. 129–141.

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Chataway, Jo; Hanlin, Rebecca and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2014). Inclusive innovation: an architecture for policy development. Innovation and Development, 4(1) pp. 33–54.

Clark, Norman; Chataway, Joanna; Hanlin, Rebecca; Kale, Dinar; Kaplinsky, Raphael; Muraguri, Lois; Papaioannou, Theo; Robbins, Peter and Wamae, Watu (2009). Below the radar: What does innovation in the asian driver economies have to offer other low income economies. Economic and Social Research Council. file

Cooper, Charles and Kaplinsky, Raphael (1989). 'Technological revolution' and the international division of labour in manufacturing: A place for the Third World? European Journal of Development Research, 1(1) pp. 5–37.

Clark, N.; Edquist, C.; Kaplinsky, R. and Pimentel, D. (1988). Cyprus Technology Strategy. UNDP/OPE and Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, UK.

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Evans, David; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Robinson, Sherman (2006). Deep and shallow integration in Asia: Towards a holistic account. IDS Bulletin, 37(1) pp. 12–22.

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Fu, Xiaolan; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Zhang, Jing (2012). The impact of China on low and middle income countries’ export prices in industrial-country markets. World Development, 40(8) pp. 1483–1496. file

Fu, Xiaolan; Kaplinsky, Raphie and Kale, Dina (2011). Global manufactures prices: how do China’s exports compare? In: Fu, Xiaolan ed. China’s Role in Global Economic Recovery. Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 127–145.

Fu, Xiaolan; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Zhang, Jing (2009). The impact of China's exports on global manufactures prices. University of Oxford. file

Fitter, Robert and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2001). Can an agricultural 'commodity' be de-commodified, and if so who is to gain? Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton. file

Fitter, Robert and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2001). Who gains from product rents as the coffee market becomes more differentiated?: A value-chain analysis observed in other agricultural-based value chains. IDS Bulletin, 32(3) pp. 69–82.

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Grantham, Andrew and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2005). Getting the Measure of the Electronic Games Industry: Developers and the Management of Innovation. International Journal of Innovation Management, 9(2) pp. 183–213.

Gereffi, Gary and Kaplinsky, Raphael (2001). Introduction: Globalisation, Value Chains and Development. IDS Bulletin, 32(3) pp. 1–8. file

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Humphrey, John; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Saraph, Prasad V. (1998). Corporate restructuring: Crompton Greaves and the challenge of globalisation. Delhi: Sage.

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Kaplinsky, Raphael; Farooki, Masuma; Alcorta, Ludovico and Rodousakis, Niki (2012). Promoting Industrial Diversification in Resource Intensive Economies: The Experiences of Sub-Saharan Africa and Central Asia Regions. Vienna: United Nations Industrial Development Organisation.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Terheggen, Anne and Tijaja, Julia (2011). China as a final market: the Gabon timber and Thai cassava value chains. World Development, 39(7) pp. 1177–1190. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2011). Schumacher meets Schumpeter: Appropriate technology below the radar. Research Policy, 40(2) pp. 193–203. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Farooki, Masuma (2011). How China Disrupted Global Commodities: The Reshaping of the World’s Resource Sector. Routledge studies in global competition. London: Routledge.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Farooki, Masuma (2011). What are the implications for global value chains when the market shifts from the north to the south? International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, Vol. 4(1/2/3) pp. 13–38. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2011). Innovation for pro-poor growth: from redistribution with growth to redistribution through growth. In: Conference in Honour of Sir Richard Jolly - “From structural adjustment to human development: impact on poverty and inequality”, 17-18 November 2011, Brighton. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Morris, Adam and Kaplan, David (2011). Commodities and Linkages: Industrialisation in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Open University. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Morris, Adam and Kaplan, David (2011). Commodities and Linkages: Meeting the Policy Challenge. The Open University. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2011). What Contribution can China Make to Inclusive Growth in SSA? In: China Rising Conference, 5 - 6 December 2011, University of Bristol. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Morris, Mike and Kaplan, Dave (2011). A Conceptual Overview to Understand Commodities, Linkages and Industrial Development in Africa. Africa Export Import Bank. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Farooki, Masuma (2010). Global value chains, the crisis, and the shift in markets from the north to the south. In: Cattaneo, Oliver; Gereffi, Gary and Staritz, Cornelia eds. Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective,. Washington DC, USA: World Bank, pp. 125–154.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2010). Asian drivers, commodities prices and the terms of trade. In: Nissanke, Machiko and Mavrotas, George eds. Commodities, governance and economic development under globalization. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2010). The role of standards in global value chains and their impact on economic and social upgrading. World Bank. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; McCormick, Dorothy and Morris, Mike (2010). China and Sub Saharan Africa: impacts and challenges of a growing relationship. In: Padayachee, V. ed. The Politcal Economy of Africa. London: Routledge. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Terheggen, Anne; Tijaja, Julia and Farooki, Masuma (2010). What happens in global value chains when the markey shifts from the north to the south? World Bank. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Farooki, Masuma (2010). What are the implications for global value chains when the market shifts from the north to the south? The World Bank. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Terheggen, Anne and Tijaja, Julia (2010). What happens when the market shifts to China? The Gabon timber and Thai cassava value chains. The World Bank. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; McCormick, Dorothy and Morris, Mike (2010). Impacts and challenges of a growing relationship between China and sub-Saharan Africa. In: Padayachee, Vishnu ed. The Political Economy of Africa. London: Routledge, pp. 389–409. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2009). The Asian drivers and SSA: is there a future for export-oriented African industrialisation? The World Economy, 32(1) pp. 1638–1655. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Farooki, Masuma (2009). Africa’s cooperation with new and emerging development partners: options for Africa’s development. UN-OSSA. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2009). Chinese FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: engaging with large dragons. European Journal of Development Research, 21(4) pp. 551–569. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2009). Two scientists for every man, woman and dog in America? How sustainable is globalisation? In: Yueh, Linda ed. The Law and Economics of Globalisation: New Challenges for a World in Flux. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 279–298. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2009). How can Sub-Saharan Africa turn the China-India threat into an opportunity. In: Kremer, Monique; van Lieshout, Peter and Went, Robert eds. Doing Good or Doing Better: Development Policies in a Globalizing World. The Hague: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 279–302. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2009). Environment, inequality, and the internal contradictions of globalization. In: Wilson, Gordon; Furniss, Pamela and Kimbowa, Richard eds. Environment, Development, and Sustainability: Perspectives and cases from around the world. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 149–158.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, M. (2009). The Asian drivers and SSA: MFA quota removal and the portents for African industrialisation. In: McCormick, Dorothy; Kuzilwa, Joseph A. and Gebre-Egziabher, Tegegne eds. Industrialising Africa in the Era of Globalisation: Challenges to Clothing and Footwear. Nairobi, Kenya: University of Nairobi Press. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Chataway, Jo; Hanlin, Rebecca; Clark, Norman; Kale, Dinar; Muraguri, Lois; Papaioannou, Theo; Robbins, Peter and Wamae, Watu (2009). Below the radar: What does innovation in emerging economies have to offer other low-income economies? International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 8(3) pp. 177–197.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Readman, Jeff and Memedovic, Olga (2009). Upgrading strategies in global furniture value chains. United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2008). What Does the Rise of China Do for Industrialisation in Sub-Saharan Africa? Review of African Political Economy, 35(115) pp. 7–22. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Messner, Dirk (2008). Introduction: the impact of Asian Drivers on the developing world. World Development, 36(2) pp. 197–209. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2008). Do the Asian Drivers undermine the export-oriented industrialisation in SSA? World Development, 36(2) pp. 254–273. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2008). Globalisation, inequality and climate change: what difference does China make? Geography Compass, 2(1) pp. 67–78. file

Kaplinsky, R. and Morros, M. (2008). Value chain analysis: a tool for enhancing export supply policies. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 1(3) pp. 283–308.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Readman, Jeff and Memedovic, Olga (2008). Upgrading strategies in global furniture value chains. United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2008). L’impatto della Cina sull’Africa sub-sahariana visto attraverso la lente del commercio. Afriche e Orienti: Revista di Studi ai Confini tra Africa Mediterraneo e Medio Oriente(2) pp. 35–48.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2007). The impact of the Asian drivers on innovation and development strategies: lesson from Sub-Saharan Africa experience. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 1(1) pp. 65–82.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2007). The structure of supply chains and their implications for export supply. AERC - African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi, Africa.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2007). The impact of China and India on the developing world. CESifo Forum, 1(2007) pp. 15–21. file

Kaplinsky, R.; Grantham, A.; Mynors, D.; Mohamed, S.; Walsh, K.; Coles, R. and Chan, P. (2006). Towards A Taxonomy of Knowledge Leakage: Literature and Framework. In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference: BAM 2006: building international communities through collaboration, 12-14 September 2006, Belfast, UK.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Santos-Paulino, Amelia U. (2006). A disaggregated analysis of EU imports: the implications for the study of patterns of trade and technology. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 30(4) pp. 587–611.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2006). Revisiting the revisited terms of trade: will China make a difference? World Development, 34(6) pp. 981–995.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2006). Dangling by a thread: how sharp are the Chinese scissors? Institute of Development Studies. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2006). China and the global terms of trade. IDS Bulletin, 37(1) pp. 43–53.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2006). How can agricultural commodity producers appropriate a greater share of value chain incomes? In: Sarris, Alexander and Hallam, David eds. Agricultural Commodity Markets and Trade: New Approaches to Analyzing Market Structure and Instability. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2006). Winners and losers: China's trade threats and opportunities for Africa. In: Wild, L. and Mepham, D. eds. The New Sinosphere: China in Africa. London: Institute of Public Policy Research.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Santos Paulino, Amelia (2005). Innovation and competitiveness: trends in unit prices in global trade. Oxford Development Studies, 33(3-4) pp. 333–355.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2005). Globalization, poverty and inequality: between a rock and a hard place. Cambridge, UK: Polity.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Readman, Jeff (2005). Globalization and upgrading: what can (and cannot) be learnt from international trade statistics in the wood furniture sector? Industrial and Corporate Change, 14(4) pp. 679–703.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Kojima, Sakura (2004). The use of a lean production index in explaining the transition to global competitiveness: the auto components sector in South Africa. Technovation, 24(3) pp. 199–206.

Kaplinsky, R.; Barnes, J.; Bessant, J. and Morris, M. (2004). Manufacturing Excellence in South Africa: CD and Accompanying Manuals. Department of Science and Technology.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2003). Is globalisation all it is cracked up to be? In: Benewick, R; Blecher, M and Cook, S eds. Asian Politics in Development: Essays in Honour of Gordon White. London: Frank Cass, pp. 255–272.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Michael (2003). Governance matters in value chains. Developing Alternatives, 9: Competitiveness(1) pp. 11–18.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Memedovic, Olga; Morris, Mike and Readman, Jeff (2003). The global wood furniture value chain: what prospects for upgrading by developing countries? The case of South Africa. UNIDO, Vienna. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Morris, Mike and Readman, Jeff (2002). The globalization of product markets and immiserizing gowth: lessons from the South African furniture industry. World Development, 30(7) pp. 1159–1177.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (2002). A Handbook for Value Chain Research. Institute of Development Studies.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Readman, Jeff (2001). Integrating SMEs in Global Value Chains: Towards Partnership for Development. UNIDO - United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna, Austria.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2000). Globalisation and unequalisation: What can be learned from value chain analysis? Journal of Development Studies, 37(2) pp. 117–146.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2000). How do South African firms respond to trade policy reform? In: Jalilian, Hossein; Tribe, Michael and Weiss, John eds. Industrial development and Policy in Africa: Issues of De-Industrialisation and Development Strategy. Edward Elgar.

Kaplan, David and Kaplinsky, Raphael (1999). Trade and industrial policy on an uneven paying field: the case of the deciduous fruit canning industry in South Africa. World Development, 27(10) pp. 1787–1801.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1999). 'If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!': The Roots of the East Asian Crisis. Competition and Change, 4(1) pp. 1–30.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike (1999). Trade policy reform and the competitive response in Kwazulu Natal Province, South Africa. World Development, 27(4) pp. 717–737.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Manning, Claudia (1998). Concentration, competition policy and the role of small and medium-sized enterprises in South Africa's industrial development. Journal of Development Studies, 35(1) pp. 139–161.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1997). India's industrial development: an interpretative survey. World Development, 25(5) pp. 681–694.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Mhlongo, Edmund (1997). Infant industries and industrial policy: a lesson from South Africa. Transformation(34) pp. 57–85.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). A Reply to Willmore. World Development, 23(3) pp. 537–540.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Capital intensity in South African Manufacturing and Unemployment, 1972-1990. World Development, 23(2) pp. 179–192.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Technique and system: the spread of Japanese management techniques to developing countries. World Development, 23(1) pp. 57–71.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Joffe, Avril; Kaplan, David and Lewis, David (1995). Improving Manufacturing Performance in South Africa: Report of the Industrial Strategy Project. Cape Town: UCT Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Does Participation in Ownership Foster Participation in Continuous Improvement? The Case of Baxi Partnership. In: Andreasen, Lars Erik; Coriat, Benjamin; den Hertog, Frisio and Kaplinsky, Raphael eds. Europe's Next Step: Organisational Innovation, Competition and Employment. London: Frank Cass, pp. 211–230.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1995). Patients as Work in Progress: Organisational Reform in the Health Sector. In: Andreasen, Lars Erik; Coriat, Benjamin; den Hertog, Frisio and Kaplinsky, Raphael eds. Europe's Next Step: Organisational Innovation, Competition and Employment. London: Frank Cass.

Kaplinsky, Raphael; Andreasen, Lars Erik; den Hertog, Frisio and Coriat, Benjamin (1995). Flexible Organisation: European Industry in Transition. In: Andreasen, Lars Erik; Coriat, Benjamin; den Hertog, Frisio and Kaplinsky, Raphael eds. Europe's Next Step: Organisational Innovation, Competition and Employment. London: Frank Cass.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1994). 'Economic restructuring in South Africa: the debate continues': a response. Journal of Southern African Studies, 20(4) pp. 533–537.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1994). From mass production to flexible specialization: A case study of microeconomic change in a semi-industrialized economy. World Development, 22(3) pp. 337–353.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1994). Easternisation: The Spread of Japanese Management Techniques to Developing Countries. London, UK: Frank Cass.

Kaplinsky, R.; Joffe, A.; Kaplan, D. and Lewis, D. (1993). Meeting the Global Challenge: A Framework for Industrial Revival in South Africa. In: Baker, Pauline; Krafchik, Warren and Boraine, Alex eds. South Africa and the World Economy in the 1990s. Washington: David Phillips Publishers.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1993). Export Processing Zones in the Dominican Republic: Transforming manufactures into commodities. World Development, 21(11) pp. 1851–1865.

Kaplinsky, R. and Posthuma, A. (1993). Organisational Change in Zimbabwean Manufacturing. United Nations University (INTECH).

Kaplinsky, R. and Hoffman, K. (1993). Transnational Corporations and the Transfer of New Management Practices to Developing Countries. United Nations Centre of Transnational Corporations.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1993). La nueva flexibilidad: promotora de eficacia económica y social. Economia y Sociologiá del Trabajo(19-20) pp. 8–20.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1993). TNCs in the Third World: Stability or Discontinuity? In: Eden, Lorraine and Potter, Evan eds. Multinationals in the Global Political Economy. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1993). The Role of TNCs in the transfer of organizational technologies to LDCs. In: Murshed, Syed Mansoob and Raffer, Kunibert eds. Trade, Transfer ad Development: Problems and Prospects for the Twenty-First Century. Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1993). Post Fordist Industrial Restructuring: Policy Implications for an Industrially Advanced Economy. In: Jensen, Jane; Mahon, Rianna and Bienefeld, Manfred eds. Production Space Identity (Studies in political economy). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1992). Derechos de propiedad industrial e intelectual a partir de la Ronda Uruguay. In: Gómez Uranga, M.; Sánchez Padrón, M. and de la Puerta, E. eds. El Cambio tecnológico hacia el nuevo milenio : debates y nuevas teorías. Madrid: FUHEM/Icaria, pp. 299–348.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1992). The Manufacturing Sector and Regional Trade in a Democratic South Africa. In: Maasdorp, G. G. and Whiteside, A. eds. Towards a post-apartheid future: political and economic relations in Southern Africa. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1991). TNCs in the Third World: Stability or Discontinuity? Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 20(2) pp. 257–267.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1991). A Growth Path for a Post-Apartheid South Africa. Transformation(16) pp. 49–55.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1991). 'Teknolojik Evrim' ve Uluslararasi Isbolumunde Ucuncu Dunya'nin Yeri. Endustri Muhendisligi, 3(11) pp. 23–31.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1991). How getting the prices right helped the wrong people. In: Colclough, Christopher and Manor, James eds. States or Markets? Neo-Liberalism and the Development Policy Debate. Ids Development Studies Series. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 148–172.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1990). The economies of small: appropriate technology in a changing world. London, UK: Intermediate Technology Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1990). A Policy Agenda for a Post-Apartheid South Africa. Transformation(12) pp. 42–52.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1990). Is and what is post-fordism? In: Schulze, P. W. and Willman, J. eds. Economic and Social Policy in Europe, Volume Occasional Paper no 1. London: Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1990). Technological Revolution and the Restructuring of Trade and Production - Some Implications for Western Middle powers and the Newly Industrializing Countries. In: Pratt, Cranford ed. Middle Power Internationalism: The North-South Dimension. Kingston: Queens University Press, pp. 108–142.

Kaplinsky, R. (1990). Technology Transfer, Adaptation and Generation: A Framework for Evaluation. In: Chatterji, M. ed. Technology Transfer in Developing Countries. London: Macmillan.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Cooper, Charles (1989). Introduction. European Journal of Development Research, 1(1) pp. 1–3. file

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1989). Industrial and intellectual property rights in the Uruguay round and beyond. Journal of Development Studies, 25(3) pp. 373–400.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1989). Intellectual Property and International Trade. In: Juma, Calestous and Ojwang, Jackton B. eds. Innovation and Sovereignty: The Patent Debate in African Development. Nairobi: African Centre for Technology Studies.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1989). Industrial Restructuring in LDC's: The Role of Information Technology. In: Fleury, M. ed. Padroes Tecnologicos e Politicas de Gestao: Comparacoes Internacionais. Sao Paolo: Universidade de Sao Poalo e Universidade Esrtadual de Campinas.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1988). Technological change: The increasing costs of 'keeping up' in the microelectronics era. In: Stoneman, Colin ed. Zimbabwe's Prospects. UK: Macmillan Education.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1988). Restructuring the Capitalist Labour Process: Some Lessons from the Car Industry. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 12(4) pp. 451–470.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1987). Crisis in the World Economy: Some Consequences for Industrial Policy and South-South Trade in Technology. Development and South-South Cooperation, 3(5) pp. 52–6.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1987). Human factors in the labour process and the international division of labour in manufacturing. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2(1) pp. 15–24.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1987). Microelectronics and Employment Revisited: A Review. Geneva: International Labour Office.

Kaplinsky, R. and Hoffman, K. (1987). Driving Force: The Global Restructuring of Technology, Labor, and Investment in the Automobile and Components Industries. Westview Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1986). Appropriate Technology in Sugar Manufacturing. In: Stewart, Frances ed. Macro-policies for Appropriate Technology in Developing Countries. Washington, D. C.: Appropriate Technology International (ATI)/Westview.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1986). Policies Towards the Development and Diffusion of Microelectronics Technologies. Vierteljahresberichte de Entwicklungslanderforschung, 103 pp. 19–28.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1985). Does de-industrialisation beget industrialisation which begets re-industrialisation? Journal of Development Studies, 22(1) pp. 227–242.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1985). The process of indigenous technical change. In: Carr, Marilyn ed. The at Reader Theory and Practice in Appropriate Technology. London, UK: Intermediate Technology Publications.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1985). Electronics-based automation technologies and the onset of systemofacture: Implications for Third World industrialization. World Development, 13(3) pp. 423–439.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1985). Locational patterns of direct foreign investment and the new international division of labour in manufacturing. EADI Bulletin pp. 69–94.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1984). The international context for industrialisation in the coming decade. Journal of Development Studies, 21(1) pp. 75–96.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1984). Trade in Technology - Who, What, Where and When? In: Fransman, Martin and King, Kenneth eds. Technological Capability in the Third World. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1984). Indigenous technical change: what we can learn from sugar processing. World Development, 12(4) pp. 419–432.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1984). Automation: The Technology and Society. London, UK: Longmans.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1983). Firm size and technical change in a dynamic context. Journal of Industrial Economics, 32(1) pp. 39–59.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1983). Sugar Processing: The Development of a Third World Technology. London, UK: Intermediate Technology Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1983). Accumulation at the Periphery: A Special Case? In: Cohen, Robin ed. African Islands and Enclaves. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1982). Computer Aided Design in a Dynamic World: Electronics, Comparative Advantage and Development. London, UK: Francis Pinter.

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

Kaplinsky, R. and Chishti, S. (1981). Role of TNCs in India's Exports. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1980). Capitalist Accumulation in the Periphery: The Kenyan Case Re-Examined. Review of African Political Economy, 7(17) 83 -105.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1980). Radical Technical Change and Manufactured Export Growth Strategies. Vierteljahresberichte de Entwicklungslanderforschung

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1979). Inappropriate Products and Techniques in UDCs: The Case of Breakfast Foods in Kenya. Review of African Political Economy, 6(14) pp. 90–96.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1979). Ownership and Equity in Kenya, 1966-1976. Nairobi: National Christian Council of Kenya.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1979). Export-oriented growth: a large international firm in a small developing country. World Development, 7(8-9) pp. 825–834.

Kaplinsky, R. (1979). A Country Study: Food Processing in Kenya. In: Baron, C. ed. Readings on the Food Processing Industry in Developing Countries. Pergamon Press.

Kaplinsky, Raphael and Chisti, S (1977). Technical Change and the Multinational Corporations: Some British Multinationals in Kenya and India. In: Germidis, D ed. Transfer of Technology by Multinational Corporations. Development Centre Studies. Paris: OECD.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1976). Accumulation and the transfer of technology: Issues of conflict and mechanisms for the exercise of control. World Development, 4(3) pp. 197–224.

Kaplinsky, R.; Cooper, C.; Bell, R. and Satyayakwit, W. (1975). Choices of techniques for can making in Kenya, Tanzania and Thailand. In: Bhalla, A. S. ed. Technology and Employment in Industry: A case study approach. Geneva: International Labour Office.

Kaplinsky, R. and Cooper, C. (1975). Secondhand Equipment in Undeveloped Countries: Some Generalisations from the Kenyan Maize Bag Industry. In: Bhalla, A. ed. Technology and employment in industry : a case study approach. Geneva: International Labour Office.

Kaplinsky, R.; Cooper, C. and Bell, R. (1974). An International Comparison of the Choice of Manufacturing Techniques in the Production of Cans in Kenya, Tanzania and Thailand. Geneva: International Labour Organization.

Kaplinsky, R.; Cooper, C. and Turner, R. (1973). Second-hand Equipment in a Developing Country: A Study of Jute-Processing in Kenya. Geneva: International Labour Organization.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (1965). Comparative Advantage by Design. In: Langdon, Richard ed. Technological Change and Design. London, UK: Royal College of Art.

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Morris, Mike; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Kaplan, David (2012). ‘‘One thing leads to another’’—Commodities, linkages and industrial development. Resources Policy, 37(4) pp. 408–416. file

Morris, Mike; Kaplinsky, Raphael and Kaplan, David (2011). "One thing leads to anothercommodities" - linkages and industrial development: a conceptual overview. OU. file

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