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  • Black, A. 2022. "Employment Creation: Can Labour-intensive Manufacturing Work?" in Mills, G., Jonas, M., Bhorat, H. and Hartley, R. (eds.) Better Choices: Ensuring South Africa’s Future. Johannesburg: Picador Africa.


  • Black, A. 2021. "Industrial policy in South Africa" in Oqubay, A., Tregenna, F., and Valodia, I. (eds) Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy. Oxford University Press. Chapter 24.
  • Barnes, J., Black, A., and Monaco, L. 2021. "Government policy in multinational-dominated global value chains: Structural transformation within the South African automotive industry" in Andreoni, A., Mondliwa, P., Roberts, S. and Tregenna, F. (eds) Structural Transformation in South Africa: Sectors, Politics and Global Challenges, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Andreoni, A., Barnes, J., Black, A., and Sturgeon, T. 2021. "Digitalisation, industrialisation and skills development: Opportunities and challenges for middle-income countries" in Andreoni, A., Mondliwa, P., Roberts, S. and Tregenna, F. (eds) Structural Transformation in South Africa: Sectors, Politics and Global Challenges, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Black, A., and Yang, C. 2020. "South Africa’s Special Economic Zones as destinations for Chinese investment: Problems and possibilities" in Chris Alden and Yu-Shan Wu (eds) China and South Africa. Palgrave.


  • Kaplan, D. 2020. "Challenges and Constraints for Government Agencies Supporting Firm Level Innovation: Some Reflection from South Africa" in Chux Daniels, Mafini Dosso and Joe Amadi-Echendu (eds). Entrepreneurship, Technology Commercialisation, and Innovation Policy in Africa. Springer.
  • Yang, C., Wang, Y., Black, A., and Chen, M. 2020. “Evaluating Special Economic Zones in South Africa: History, Performance and Challenges” in Niblock, T., Yang, G. and Zhou, Y. (eds) Area Studies: New Realities, New Conceptions, China Social Sciences Press, Beijing. Chapter 10.  


  • Markowitz, C., and Black, A. 2019. "The Prospects for Regional Value Chains in the Automotive Sector in Southern Africa" in  Scholvin, S., Black, A., Diez, J. and I.Turok (eds) Value Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges of  Integration into the Global Economy. Springer.
  • Morris, M., and Startiz, C. 2019. "Industrialization paths and industrial policy for developing countries in global value chains" in Stefano Ponte, Gary Gereffi, Gale Raj-Reichert (eds), Handbook on Global Value Chains, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham-Northampton, pp 508-522. 
  • Morris, M., Plank, L., and Startiz, C. 2019."A Different Path of Industrial Development? Ethiopia’s Apparel Export Sector" in Sören Scholvin, Anthony Black, Javier Revilla Diez, Ivan Turok (eds), Value Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges of Integration into the Global Economy, Springer, Switzerland, pp 79 -94.
  • Dunne, J. P., Lamb, G., and Nikolaidou, E. 2019. “South Africa and its defence industry”. Chapter in Keith Hartley and Jean Belin (eds) The Economics of the Global Defence Industry. Taylor and Francis, London, pp 547-570. 
  • Brauer, J., Dunne, J. P., and Tian, N. 2019. “Towards Demilitarisation? The Military Expenditure-Development Nexus Revisited” in Matthews, R (eds) The Political Economy of Defence. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 5. 
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  • Morris, M., Plank, L., and Startiz, C. 2017. "Clothing Value Chains and Sub-Saharan Africa: Global Exports, Regional
Dynamics and Industrial Development Outcomes" in Jodie Keane and Roland Baimbill-Johnson (eds), Future Fragmentation Processes: Effectively Engaging with the Ascendency of Global Value Chains, Commonwealth Secretariat.


  • Morris, M., and Levy, B. 2016. "The Limits of Co-operation in a Divided Society: The Political Economy of South Africa’s Garment and Textile Industry" in Anthony Black (eds), Towards employment intensive growth in South Africa, University of Cape Town Press, 2016.
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  • Dunne, J.P. 2015. “Order at Sea and Landlocked Countries in Africa: The Economic Benefits” in Towards Good Order at Sea –African Experiences edited by Francois Vrey and Thomas Mandrup, Sun Press, Stellenbosch, pp115-126. ISBN 978-1-920689-58-2.
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  • Morris, M. and Kaplinsky, R. 2012. "Chinese OFDI in Sub-Saharan Africa" in Ilan Alon, Marc Fetscherin and Phillpe Gugler (eds), Chinese International Investments, Palgrave Macmillan: UK and New York.
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