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Periodical articleFerreira, Manuel Ennes and Soares de Oliveira, Ricardo (2019)
See this documentThe political economy of banking in Angola
African affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 118 #470. p. 49-74.

Periodical articleJulius, Niringiyimana and William, Muhumuza and Rutanga, Murindwa (2019)
See this documentOil Politics and Land Tenure Changes in Uganda: Understanding the Curse of Dispossession in the Albertine Region
African Social Science Review. Volume 10 #1. p. 164-203.

Periodical articlePhillips, Jon (2019)
See this documentWho's in charge of Sino-African resource politics? Situating African state agency in Ghana
African affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 118 #470. p. 101-124.

Periodical articleAdibe, Raymond and Nwagwu, Ejikeme and Albert, Okorie (2018)
See this documentRentierism and security privatisation in the Nigerian petroleum industry: assessment of oil pipeline surveillance and protection contracts
Review of African Political Economy. Volume 45 #156. p. 345-353.

Periodical articleDoro, Elijah and Kufakurinani, Ushehwedu (2018)
See this documentResource Curse or Governance Deficit? The Role of Parliament in Uganda's Oil and Zimbabwe's Diamonds
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 44 #1. p. 43-57.

Periodical articleOgbuabor, Jonathan E. and Eigbiremolen, God'stime O. and Charles O. Manasseh and Mba, Ifeoma C. (2018)
See this documentAsymmetric Price Transmission and Rent-seeking in Road Fuel Markets: A Comparative Study of South Africa and Selected Eurozone Countries
African Development Review. Volume 30 #3. p. 278-290.

Periodical articleAgade, Kennedy Mkutu (2017)
Oil and emerging conflict dynamics in the Ateker cluster: the case of Turkana, Kenya
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 21 #1. p. 34-62.

Periodical articleAyodeji, Idowu Oluwasayo (2017)
See this documentOil and the Naira: A Markov Switching Perspective
African Development Review. Volume 29 #4. p. 562-574.

Periodical articleBalcilar, Mehmet (2017)
See this documentThe impact of oil price on South African GDP growth: a Bayesian Markov switching-VAR analysis
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 29 #2. p. 319-336.

Periodical articleDerdzinski, Joseph L. and Porreca, Jackson (2017)
Measuring security: understanding state capacity in oil-producing states
ASPJ: Africa and Francophonie. Volume 8 #1. p. 55-74.

Periodical articleHickey, Sam and Izama, Angelo (2017)
See this documentThe politics of governing oil in Uganda: going against the grain?
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 116 #463. p. 163-185.

Periodical issueOdusola, Ayodele (ed.) (2017)
See this documentAddressing poverty and inequality in the post 2015 development agenda
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 29 #1. p. 1-72.

BookTrefon, Theodore and De Putter, Thierry (eds.) (2017)
Ressources naturelles et développement: le paradoxe congolais
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. #90. 195p.

BookAzizi, Jamal and Giraud, Pierre-Noël and Ollivier, Timothée (eds.) (2016)
Richesses de la nature et pauvreté des nations: essai sur la malédiction de la rente minière et pétrolière en Afrique
Paris: Mines. 250p.

Periodical articleBanchani, John-Paul Safunu (2016)
See this documentThe relevance of the Gulf of Guinea in global energy politics
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 25 #4. p. 420-426.

BookBeri, Ruchita (ed.) (2016)
See this documentIndia and Africa: common security challenges for the next decade
New Delhi: Pentagon Press in association with Institute for Defence studies & Analyses. 150p.

Periodical articleLe Billon, Philippe and Savage, Emily (2016)
See this documentBinding pipelines? Oil, armed conflicts, and economic rationales for peace in the two Sudans
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 35 #2. p. 134-150.

Periodical articleOniemola, Peter Kayode (2016)
See this documentWhy should oil rich Nigeria make a law for the promotion of renewable energy in the power sector?
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 60 #1. p. 29-55.

Periodical articlePhillips, Jon and Hailwood, Elena and Brooks, Andrew (2016)
See this documentSovereignty, the 'resource curse' and the limits of good governance: a political economy of oil in Ghana
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 43 #147. p. 26-42.

Periodical articlePolus, Andrzej and Tycholiz, Wojciech (2016)
See this documentWhy is it Taking so Long? Solving the Oil Extraction Equation in Uganda
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 15 #1. p. 77-97.

Periodical articleSchritt, Jannik (2016)
See this documentFrom nuclear imperialism to petro-democracy? Resource assemblages and the emergence of a new political configuration in Niger
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 50 #2. p. 229-254.

Periodical articleSilverio González, Yoslán (2016)
See this documentThe Gulf of Guinea: the future African Persian Gulf?
Abstract presentRevista Brasileira de Estudos Africanos = Brazilian journal of African studies. Volume 1 #1. p. 85-105.

Periodical articleVan Gyampo, Ransford Edward (2016)
See this documentTransparency and accountability in the management of oil revenues in Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica Spectrum. Volume 51 #2. p. 79-91.

Periodical articleAdusei, Lord Aikins (2015)
See this documentThreats to the exploration, production and supply of Africa's energy resources
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 22 #1. p. 43-65.

Periodical articleAkpomera, Eddy (2015)
See this documentInternational crude oil theft: elite predatory tendencies in Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 42 #143. p. 156-165.

Periodical articleEduful, Alexander and Hooper, Michael (2015)
See this documentUrban impacts of resource booms: the emergence of oil-led gentrification in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 26 #3. p. 283-302.

Periodical articleGarcía-Rodríguez, José León (ed.) (2015)
See this documentOil, power, and poverty in Angola
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 58 #1. p. 159-176.

BookHicks, Celeste (2015)
Africa's new oil: power, pipelines and future fortunes
London: Zed Books. 239p.

Periodical articleHoueland, Camilla (2015)
See this documentCasualisation and Conflict in the Niger Delta: Nigerian Oil Workers' Unions between Companies and Communities
Revue Tiers Monde. #224. p. 25-45.

Periodical articleJohannes, Eliza M. and Zulu, Leo C. and Kalipeni, Ezekiel (2015)
See this documentOil discovery in Turkana County, Kenya: a source of conflict or development?
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 34 #2. p. 142-164.

Periodical articlePokam Kamdem, Moïse Williams (2015)
La question des dépôts pétroliers au Cameroun: enjeux économiques et impérialistes (1947-1952)
Outre-mers: revue d'histoire. Volume 103 #388-389. p. 203-219.

Periodical articlePolus, Andrzej and Kopinski, Dominik and Tycholiz, Wojciech (2015)
See this documentReady or not: Namibia as a potentially successful oil producer
Abstract presentAfrica Spectrum. Volume 50 #2. p. 31-55.

Periodical articleAnyanwu, John C. (2014)
Oil wealth, ethno-religious-linguistic fractionalization and civil wars in Africa: cross-country evidence
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 26 #2. p. 209-236.

Periodical articleAnyanwu, John C. and Erhijakpor, Andrew E.O. (2014)
Does oil wealth affect democracy in Africa?
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 26 #1. p. 15-37.

Periodical articleHarvey, Ross (2014)
See this documentNatural resource rents and elite bargains in Africa: exploring avenues for future research
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 21 #2. p. 213-233.

Periodical articleNliam, Sylvester Oscar (2014)
See this documentInternational oil and gas environmental legal framework and the precautionary principle: the implications for the Niger Delta
African Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 22 #1. p. 22-39.

BookOsuigwe, Nkem Emerald (2014)
Christian churches and Nigeria's political economy of oil and conflict: baptist and pentecostal perspectives
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 250p.

BookPatey, Luke (2014)
The new kings of crude: China, India, and the global struggle for oil in Sudan and South Sudan
London: Hurst & Company. 357p.

Periodical articleTaylor, Ian (2014)
See this documentChinese interest in Nigeria's oil and the American context
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 48 #3. p. 391-404.

Periodical articleWakeford, Jeremy J. and Swilling, Mark (2014)
See this documentPeak Oil as a stimulus for a green economy transition in South Africa: alternative liquid fuel and transport options
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 133-153.

Periodical articleAdunbi, Omolade (2013)
See this documentMythic oil: resources, belonging and the politics of claim making among the Ilaje Yoruba of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 83 #2. p. 293-313.

BookAsamoah, Joe (2013)
Making the oil and gas find in Ghana a blessing
Dansoman, Accra, Ghana: Joasa Publications.

BookHoinathy, Remadji (2013)
Pétrole et changement social au Tchad: rente pétrolière et monétisation des relations économiques et sociales dans la zone pétrolière de Doba
Paris: Karthala. 281p.

BookKatsouris, Christina and Sayne, Aaron (2013)
See this documentNigeria's criminal crude: international options to combat the export of stolen oil
London: Chatham House. 67p.

Periodical articleLittle, Douglas (2013)
See this documentTo the Shores of Tripoli: America, Qaddafi, and Libyan Revolution 1969-89
The International History Review. Volume 35 #1. p. 70-99.

BookMarysse, Stefaan and Omasombo Tshonda, Jean (eds.) (2013)
Conjonctures congolaises 2012: politique, secteur minier et gestion des ressources naturelles en RD Congo
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. #82. 306p.

BookMinistry of the Cabinet. Central Bureau of Statistics, Khartoum (2013)
Sudan in figures 2008-2012
Khartoum: Ministry of the Cabinet, Central Bureau of Statistics. 50p.

Conference paperSørbø, Gunnar M. and Ahmed, Abdel Ghaffar M. (eds.) (2013)
Sudan divided: continuing conflict in a contested state
New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan. 254p.

Periodical articleUgor, Paul U. (2013)
See this documentSurvival strategies and citizenship claims: youth and the underground oil economy in post-amnesty Niger Delta
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 83 #2. p. 270-292.

BookBlaise, Mark (2012)
Reconstitution du complot international contre la Guinée-Équatoriale: riche, trahi et oublié
Paris: L'Harmattan. 174p.

Periodical articleDagher, Jihad and Gottschalk, Jan and Portillo, Rafael (2012)
See this documentThe short-run impact of oil windfalls in low-income countries: a DSGE approach
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 21 #3. p. 343-372.

Periodical articleJohnson, Douglas H. (2012)
See this documentThe Heglig oil dispute between Sudan and South Sudan
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 561-569.

Periodical articleOkwezuzu, Gaius E. (2012)
Oil spillage in the Niger Delta Region: a complex instance of gross environmental injustice
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 18 #2. p. 437-453.

Periodical articlePertuzio, André (2012)
La trilogie Chine-Afrique-pétrole
Géopolitique africaine. #45. p. 117-128.

Periodical articlePissang Keller, Fernand (2012)
Les mécanismes de gestion et de transparence des redevances pétrolières au Cameroun et au Gabon
Abstract presentAfrican Administrative Studies. #79. p. 87-118.

Conference paperPower, Marcus and Alves, Ana Cristina (eds.) (2012)
China and Angola: a marriage of convenience?
Abstract presentOxford: Pambazuka. 186p.

BookUganda National Chamber of Commerce & Industry (2012)
See this documentOil production in a social market economy: perspectives for Uganda: report on the conference/ by the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
Kampala: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. Uganda. 30p.

Periodical articleVokes, Richard (2012)
See this documentThe politics of oil in Uganda
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 111 #443. p. 303-314.

Periodical articleWalls, Michael and Kibble, Steve (2012)
See this documentSomalia: oil and (in)security
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 39 #133. p. 525-535.

Periodical articleAdunbi, Omolade (2011)
See this documentOil and the production of competing subjectivities in Nigeria: 'platforms of possibilities' and 'pipelines of conflict'
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 54 #3. p. 101-120.

Periodical articleAggarwal, Anju (2011)
India - China and African oil
Indian Journal of African Studies. Volume 17 #1-2. p. 109-121.

Periodical articleBankamwabo, Jimmy and Nkunzimana, Léonard (2011)
Fluctuation des prix des produits pétroliers et son impact sur les prix des principales céréales importées par le Burundi (2000-2009)
Abstract presentCahier du CURDES. #12. p. 277-312.

BookBehrends, Andrea and Reyna, Stephen P. and Schlee, Günther (eds.) (2011)
Crude domination: an anthropology of oil
Abstract presentNew York: Berghahn Books. #9. 325p.

BookBlaise, Mark (2011)
Rico, traído e isolado: reconstrução do complô internacional contra a Guiné Equatorial
Malabo: Publicações PREG.

BookBlaisse, Mark (2011)
Rich, betrayed and lonely: reconstruction of the international plot against Equatorial Guinea
Malabo: PREG Publications. 216p.

Periodical articleCohen, Andrew (2011)
See this documentLonrho and oil sanctions against Rhodesia in the 1960s
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 37 #4. p. 715-730.

BookLarge, Daniel and Patey, Luke A. (eds.) (2011)
Sudan looks East: China, India & the politics of Asian alternatives
Abstract presentNew York: James Currey. 203p.

Periodical articleLittlejohn, Gary (2011)
See this documentThe end of the oil gambit: economic contraction and Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 38 #127. p. 135-142.

Periodical articleOjakorotu, Victor (2011)
Nature's gift, man's curse: natural resources and civil conflicts in the Niger Delta and Cabinda
Africa Insight. Volume 41 #3. p. 111-126.

Periodical articleSolomon, Offiong Helen (2011)
See this documentAccounting for the size of the informal sector in Nigeria
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 79 #4. p. 470-489.

Periodical articleBreisinger, Clemens (2010)
See this documentManaging future oil revenues in Ghana: an assessment of alternative allocation options
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 22 #2. p. 303-315.

Periodical articleLe Billon, Philippe (2010)
See this documentOil and armed conflicts in Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 29 #1. p. 63-90.

Periodical articleObeng-Odoom, Franklin (2010)
Avoiding the oil curse in Ghana: is transparency sufficient?
Abstract presentAfrican journal of international affairs = Revue africaine des affaires internationales. Volume 13 #1-2. p. 89-120.

Periodical articlePatey, Luke A. (2010)
See this documentCrude days ahead? Oil and the resource curse in Sudan
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 109 #437. p. 617-636.

Periodical articleAmuwo, Adekunle (2009)
See this documentTowards a new political economy of the Niger Delta question in Nigeria
Abstract presentPolitikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Volume 36 #2. p. 237-257.

Conference paperBeri, Ruchita and Sinha, Uttam Kumar (eds.) (2009)
Africa and energy security: global issues, local responses
Abstract presentNew Delhi: Academic Foundation in association with the Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses. 260p.

BookBond, Patrick and Dada, Rehana and Erion, Graham (eds.) (2009)
Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments
Abstract presentScottsville, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. 231p.

Periodical articleGelb, Alan and Grasmann, Sina (2009)
Déjouer la malédiction pétrolière
Abstract presentAfrique contemporaine. #229. p. 89-135.

Periodical articleIdemudia, Uwafiokun (2009)
See this documentThe quest for the effective use of natural resource revenue in Africa: beyond transparency and the need for compatible cultural democracy in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 56 #2. p. 3-24.

BookNso, Sara (2009)
See this documentEl boom petrolero ecuato-guineano y sus implicaciones para el proceso de regionalización centroafricano
Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología. #20. p. 154-191.

Periodical articleObi, Cyril (2009)
Nigeria's Niger Delta: understanding the complex drivers of violent oil-related conflict
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 34 #2. p. 103-128.

Periodical articleObi, Cyril I. (2009)
'What happens to us after they suck out all the wealth from our lands?' Globalisation, environment and protest politics in Nigeria
Abstract presentPoliteia: Journal for Political Science and Public Administration. Volume 28 #1. p. 89-107.

Periodical articleOnuoha, Godwin (2009)
See this documentEnergy and security in the Gulf of Guinea: a Nigerian perspective
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 16 #2. p. 245-264.

BookPeel, Michael (2009)
A swamp full of dollars: pipelines and paramilitaries at Nigeria's oil frontier
London: I.B. Tauris. 220p.

Periodical articleAdekunle, A.A. and Oluyode, T.F. (2008)
Biodegradation of crude petroleum and petroleum products by fungi isolated from two oil seeds (Melon and soybean)
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 20 #2. June. p. 150-154.

BookAnonymous (2008)
Pourquoi on meurt au Darfour
Abstract presentParis: Érès. #20. 480p.

Periodical articleBisong, F.E. and Andrew-Essien, E.E. (2008)
The impact of crude oil industry on the socio-economic development of Ibeno, South Eastern Nigeria
Journal of Applied Social Sciences (Buea, Cameroon). Volume 7 #1. p. 186-201.

Periodical articleDuru, E.J.C. and Ering, S.O. and Ojong, T.E. (2008)
Oil militancy and kidnapping: challenges of multinationals corporations in Nigeria's Niger Delta Region
Identity, Culture and Politics: an Afro-Asian Dialogue. Volume 9 #1. July. p. 131-152.

Periodical articleKounou, Michel (2008)
Paradoxes et misères du pétrole africain
Enjeux: bulletin d'analyses géopolitiques pour l'Afrique centrale. #36. p. 10-19.

Periodical articleMbouala, Kaba (2008)
Volatilité des cours des matières premières et politiques budgétaires: le cas du Congo
Géopolitique africaine. #32. p. 151-157.

Periodical articleMcCaskie, Tom C. (2008)
See this documentThe United States, Ghana and oil: global and local perspectives
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 107 #428. p. 313-332.

Periodical articleMeidan, Michal (2008)
Le pétrole et la Chine-Afrique: plus qu'une relation commerciale
Abstract presentAfrique contemporaine. #228. p. 95-104.

BookMohamed Aly, Ould Sidi Mohamed (2008)
Pétrole et énergie en Mauritanie (août 2005-mars 2007): bilan et perspectives

Periodical articleMoundounga, Guy-Obain Bigoumou (2008)
La fin du pétrole sonne-t-elle la fin de l'unité nationale 'à la gabonaise': politiques de l'or noir et stratégies d'étatisation
Enjeux: bulletin d'analyses géopolitiques pour l'Afrique centrale. #37. p. 37-42.

Periodical articleN'Dimina-Mougala, Antoine-Denis (2008)
Le pétrole, source de conflits territoriaux en Afrique centrale au XXe et au début du XXI siècles
Enjeux: bulletin d'analyses géopolitiques pour l'Afrique centrale. #36. p. 50-63.

Periodical articleOlarinmoye, Omobolaji Ololade (2008)
Politics does matter: the Nigerian State and oil (resource) curse
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 33 #3. p. 21-34.

Periodical articleOnuoha, Freedom C. (2008)
See this documentOil pipeline sabotage in Nigeria: dimensions, actors and implications for national security
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 17 #3. p. 99-115.

Periodical articleWeszkalnys, Gisa (2008)
See this documentHope & oil: expectations in São Tomé e Príncipe
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 35 #117. p. 473-482.

Periodical articleFrynas, Jedrzej G. and Paulo, Manuel (2007)
See this documentA New Scramble for African Oil? Historical, Political, and Business Perspectives
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 106 #423. April. p. 229-251.

Periodical articleOnuoha, Freedom (2007)
See this documentPoverty, pipeline vandalisation/explosion and human security: integrating disaster management into poverty reduction in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 16 #2. p. 94-108.

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