Contributors to the Review of African Political Economy
Author - Sarah Bracking
Sarah is at the Institute for Development Policy and Management at SED (School of Environment and Development), University of Manchester. She works principally in the disciplines of political economy and political science with a set of research inquiries concerned with African states and markets.
The first of these research interests concerns politics and development, particularly comparative political analysis of democracies and democratisation; the second, processes of poverty and the political economy of impoverishment, dispossession and destitution, and in particular the role of economic informalisation and migrant remittances within poverty reduction processes and livelihood protection; and the third, processes of malign politics, of political corruption, authoritarianism and state collapse.
She also has a long-standing interest in the activities of development finance institutions and how these relate to the construction of power in the global political economy and has just written a book on this called Money and Power: the Great Predators in the Political Economy of Development.
Published in the Review
- Development Denied: Autocratic Militarism in Post-election Zimbabwe Article by Sarah Bracking from Vol.32 No.104/5 of the Review of African Political Economy (Jun/Sep 2005, pp341-357)
- Zimbabwe Economic Crisis Review Review by Sarah Bracking from Vol.34 No.114 of the Review of African Political Economy (Dec 2007, pp757-759)
- Plans For A Zimbabwe Aid Package: Blueprint For Recovery Or Shock Therapy Prescription For Liberalisation? Debate by Lionel Cliffe and Sarah Bracking from Vol.36 No.119 of the Review of African Political Economy (March 2009, pp103-113)
- Structural Adjustment: Why it Wasn't Necessary and Why it Did Work Article by Sarah Bracking from Vol.26 No.80 of the Review of African Political Economy (June 1999, pp207-226)
- Report on the Kenya SAREAT/International IDEA Democracy Workshop Briefing by Sarah Bracking from Vol.27 No.85 of the Review of African Political Economy (September 2000, pp462-468)
- The Uncertain Future of Bilateralism or, 'it takes two fingers to kill a louse' Article by Sarah Bracking from Vol.28 No.86 of the Review of African Political Economy (December 2000, pp559-575)
- The Lesotho Highlands Corruption Trial: Who has been airbrushed from the dock? Briefing by Sarah Bracking from Vol.28 No.88 of the Review of African Political Economy (June 2001, p302)
- Africa, Imperialism & New Forms of Accumulation Editorial by Sarah Bracking and Graham Harrison from Vol.30 No.95 of the Review of African Political Economy (March 2003, pp5-10)
- Regulating Capital in Accumulation: Negotiating the Imperial ‘Frontier’ Article by Sarah Bracking from Vol.30 No.95 of the Review of African Political Economy (March 2003, pp11-32)
- Tributes to Carolyn Baylies Obituary by Lionel Cliffe, Janet Bujra, Elly Macha, Sarah Bracking, Brooke Grundfest Schoepf and Morris Szeftel from Vol.31 No.99 of the Review of African Political Economy (March 2004, pp165-170)