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Cozzi, Giovanni; Newman, Susan and Toporowski, Jan eds. (2016). Finance and industrial policy: Beyond financial regulation in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Newman, Susan (2022). Global Value Chains and Global Value Transfer. In: Cope, Zak and Ness, Immanuel eds. The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 213–230.

Newman, Susan (2022). Global Value Chains and Global Value Transfer. In: Cope, Zak and Ness, Immanuel eds. The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 213–230.

Newman, Susan (2021). Marx on the Bourse: Coffee and the Intersecting/Integrated Circuits of Capital. In: Mezzadri, Alessandra ed. Marx in the Field. Anthem Frontiers of Global Political Economy and Development. London: Anthem.

Newman, Susan (2021). Finance and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. In: Knox-Hayes, Janelle and Wójcik, Darius eds. The Routledge Handbook of Financial Geography. Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing. Routledge.

Ashman, Sam; Newman, Susan and Tregenna, Fiona (2020). Radical Perspectives on Industrial Policy. In: Oqubay, Arkebe; Cramer, Christopher and Chang, Ha-Joon eds. The Oxford Handbook of Industrial Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Newman, Susan (2020). How are things produced? In: Deane, Kevin and van Waeyenberger, Elisa eds. Recharting the History of Economic Thought. London: Macmillan International Higher Education, pp. 53–68.

Ashman, Sam and Newman, Susan (2018). The Evolution of Manufacturing in the Gauteng City-Region: From De-Industrialization to Re-Industrialization? In: Cheruiyot, Koech ed. The Changing Space Economy of City-Regions: The Gauteng City-Region, South Africa. Urban Perspectives from the Global South. South Africa: Springer, pp. 131–156.

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2013). Systems of accumulation and the evolving South African MEC. In: Tavasci, D; Fine, B and Saraswati, J eds. Beyond the Developmental State: Industrial Policy into the Twenty-First Century. London: Pluto Press, pp. 245–267.

Newman, Susan (2012). Global commodity chains and global value chains. In: Fine, Ben; Saad-Fihlo, Alfredo and Boffo, Marco eds. The Elgar Companion to Marxist economics. Edward Elgar, pp. 155–161.

Bargawi, Hannah; Bova, Elva; Ferrarini, Benno and Newman, Susan (2011). Low-income countries and commodity price volatility. In: Cottier, T and Delimatsis, P eds. The Prospects of International Trade Regulation: From Fragmentation to Coherence. Cambridge University Press, pp. 452–482.

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Newman, Susan and Nahman, Michal (2022). Nurture commodified? An investigation into commercial human milk supply chains. Review of International Political Economy, 29(6) pp. 1967–1986.

Mezzadri, Alessandra; Newman, Susan and Stevano, Sara (2022). Feminist global political economies of work and social reproduction. Review of International Political Economy, 29 pp. 1783–1803.

Bowman, Andrew; Frederiksen, Tomas; Bryceson, Deborah; Childs, John; Gilberthorpe, Emma and Newman, Susan (2021). Mining in Africa after the supercycle: New directions and geographies. Area, 53(4) pp. 647–658.

Staritz, Cornelia; Newman, Susan; Tröster, Bernhard and Plank, Leonhard (2018). Financialization and Global Commodity Chains: Distributional Implications for Cotton in Sub-Saharan Africa. Development and Change, 49(3) pp. 815–842.

Newman, Susan (2017). Financialisation and the financial crisis the case of South Africa. New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy, 2017(65) pp. 10–14.

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2011). Amnesty international? The Nature, Scale and Impact of Capital Flight from South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 37(1) pp. 7–25.

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2011). The crisis in South Africa: Neoliberalism, Financialization and Uneven and Combined Development. Socialist Register, 47 pp. 174–195.

Newman, Susan (2010). Boom or bust: Coffee farmers seldom benefit. South African Labour Bulletin, 34(4)

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Newman, Susan and Takala-Greenish, Lotta (2014). African Industrialisation: Is global value chain development the answer? In: International Conference on Manufacturing Led Growth for Employment & Equality, 20-21 May 2014, Johannesburg.

Newman, Susan (2012). Financialisation and transnational supply chains: implications for developing countries. In: UNCTAD Multi-Year Expert Meeting on International Cooperation: South-South Cooperation and Regional Integration (fourth session), 24-25 Oct 2012, Geneva, UNCTAD.

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Newman, Susan (2020). Commodity Dependency, GVC development and Industrial Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa. In AfrononomicsLaw African International Economics Law Network.

Newman, Susan and Stevano, Sara (2020). The latest significant step in the UK's development agenda. In Developing Economics A Critical Perspective on Development Economics Developing Economics.

Newman, Susan; Baloyi, Basani and Ncube, Phumzile (2010). A new growth path for South African industrialisation: An input-output analysis. CSID, The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

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