Recently published journal articles - week 20 2019

Retrieved week 20 2019


ADELAJA, A. & GEORGE, J. 2019. Grievances, Latent Anger and Unrest in Africa. African Security, 12 (1):111-140.
Keywords: grievances ; latent anger ; latent variables ; MIMIC ; root causes ; terrorism ; unrest

HOPKINS, A. G. 2019. Fifty years of African economic history. Economic History of Developing Regions, 34 (1):1-15.
Keywords: African history ; B0 ; economic development ; N0 ; N17

NGAMENI, J. P. & KHAN, M. A. 2019. Technological Innovations in the Control of International Exchange: Lessons for Africa. African Development Review, 31 (1):129-143.

VLAVONOU, G. 2019. The APSA and (Complex) International Security Regime Theory: A Critique. African Security, 12 (1):87-110.
Keywords: African Peace and Security architecture ; African Union ; complex security regime ; field approach

BUCKWALTER, L. M. 2019. The Impact of a ‘Colonizing River’: Colonial Railways and the Indigenous Population in French Algeria at the turn of the Century. Economic History of Developing Regions, 34 (1):16-47.
Keywords: colonial railways ; French Algeria ; population density ; transportation

NGOA, G. B. N. 2019. Salaires et mobilité de l'emploi des professionnels de santé dans les milieux urbains du Cameroun. African Development Review, 31 (1):115-128.

Central Africa
SCHMITT, D. N., LUPO, K. D., NDANGA, J.-P., YOUNG, D. C., KIAHTIPES, C. A., AMAYE, G. T. & NGUEREDE, L. P. 2019. An elusive record further exposed: additional excavations and chronometric data on human settlement in the northern Congo Basin rain forest, southern Central African Republic. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):55-74.
Keywords: Central Africa ; chronology ; Early Iron Age ; Lobaye River Basin ; radiocarbon ; rain forest

Central African Republic
DE VRIES, L. & MEHLER, A. 2019. The limits of instrumentalizing disorder: Reassessing the neopatrimonial perspective in the Central African Republic. African Affairs, 118 (471):307-327.

Central African Republic
HOPMAN, M. J. 2019. A new model for the legal pluralist study of children’s rights, illustrated by a case study on the child’s right to education in the Central African Republic. The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 51 (1):72-97.
Keywords: Central African Republic ; children's rights ; education ; law ; legal pluralism

Democratic Republic of the Congo
HOFFMANN, K. & VERWEIJEN, J. 2019. Rebel rule: A governmentality perspective. African Affairs, 118 (471):352-374.

DOKU, J. N., KPEKPENA, F. A. & BOATENG, P. Y. 2019. Capital Structure and Bank Performance: Empirical Evidence from Ghana. African Development Review, 31 (1):15-27.

HAMMOND, A. 2019. “Reforming the law of intestate succession in a legally plural Ghana”. The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 51 (1):114-139.
Keywords: customary law ; Intestate succession ; legal reforms ; mutual concession approach ; traditional family

BOONE, C., DYZENHAUS, A., MANJI, A., GATERI, C. W., OUMA, S., OWINO, J. K., GARGULE, A. & KLOPP, J. M. 2019. Land law reform in Kenya: Devolution, veto players, and the limits of an institutional fix. African Affairs, 118 (471):215-237.

FIBAEK, M. & GREEN, E. 2019. Labour Control and the Establishment of Profitable Settler Agriculture in Colonial Kenya, c. 1920–45. Economic History of Developing Regions, 34 (1):72-110.
Keywords: Kenya ; colonial institutions ; labour ; rural development ; settler economies

GOLDSTEIN, S. 2019. The lithic assemblage from Sugenya, a Pastoral Neolithic site of the Elmenteitan tradition in southwestern Kenya. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):4-32.
Keywords: Kenya ; herding ; Lithics ; mobility ; Pastoral Neolithic

MOLONY, T. 2019. Social media warfare and Kenya’s conflict with Al Shabaab in Somalia: A right to know? African Affairs, 118 (471):328-351.

SPECKHARD, A. & SHAJKOVCI, A. 2019. The Jihad in Kenya: Understanding Al-Shabaab Recruitment and Terrorist Activity inside Kenya—in Their Own Words. African Security, 12 (1):3-61.
Keywords: Kenya ; Somalia ; al-Shabaab ; counter-radicalization ; counter-terrorism

AJAYI, M. A. & ALUKO, O. A. 2019. Testing the Validity of the Simultaneous Openness Hypothesis in Nigeria (1990–2015). African Development Review, 31 (1):58-70.

Northeast Africa
BORTOLINI, E., BIAGETTI, S., FRINCHILLUCCI, G., ABUKHAR, H., WARSAME, A. A. & MADELLA, M. 2019. Newly found stone cairns in Mudug region, Puntland: a preliminary report. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):94-106.
Keywords: Somalia ; East Africa ; Holocene ; megaliths ; Puntland ; Stone cairns

MATISEK, J. 2019. An Effective Senegalese Military Enclave: The Armée-Nation “Rolls On”. African Security, 12 (1):62-86.
Keywords: civil–military relations ; coups ; democratic transitions ; military effectiveness ; Senegalese Armed Forces (SAF)

Sierra Leone
VAN DEN BOOGAARD, V., PRICHARD, W. & JIBAO, S. 2019. Informal taxation in Sierra Leone: Magnitudes, perceptions and implications. African Affairs, 118 (471):259-284.

FISHER, J. 2019. AMISOM and the regional construction of a failed state in Somalia. African Affairs, 118 (471):285-306.

South Africa
CILLIERS, J., FOURIE, J. & SWANEPOEL, C. 2019. ‘Unobtrusively into the ranks of colonial society’: Intergenerational wealth mobility in the Cape Colony over the eighteenth century. Economic History of Developing Regions, 34 (1):48-71.
Keywords: Cape Colony ; intergenerational mobility ; wealth

South Africa
ESTERHUYSEN, A. B., KLATZOW, S. & HUNT, T. 2019. Opening enclosure: a study of Plaatberg a Wesleyan Mission Station, Free State, South Africa. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):107-123.
Keywords: South Africa ; historical archaeology ; landscape archaeology ; missions ; Platberg ; Wesleyan Methodist

South Africa
MERWE, R. H. V. D. & PIKIRAYI, I. 2019. The organisation and layout of Zulu military homesteads (amakhanda). Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):75-93.
Keywords: South Africa ; ikhanda ; military homestead ; settlement organisation ; settlement patterns ; Zulu

South Africa
OSMAN, F. 2019. The ascertainment of living customary law: an analysis of the South African Constitutional Court’s jurisprudence. The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 51 (1):98-113.
Keywords: South Africa ; Ascertainment ; Constitutional Court ; customary indigenous law ; MM v MN

Subsaharan Africa
ARTHUR, E. 2019. The Effect of Household Socioeconomic Status on the Demand for Child Health Care Services. African Development Review, 31 (1):87-98.

Subsaharan Africa
BONUEDI, I., KAMASA, K. & BOATENG, E. 2019. The Growth Effects of the Bulging Economically Active Population in Sub-Saharan Africa: Do Institutions Matter? African Development Review, 31 (1):71-86.

Subsaharan Africa
EDO, S., OKODUA, H. & ODEBIYI, J. 2019. Internet Adoption and Financial Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria and Kenya. African Development Review, 31 (1):144-160.

Subsaharan Africa
NSIAH, C. & FAYISSA, B. 2019. Trends in Agricultural Production Efficiency and their Implications for Food Security in Sub-Saharan African Countries. African Development Review, 31 (1):28-42.

Subsaharan Africa
POWELL, J., CHACHA, M. & SMITH, G. E. 2019. Failed coups, democratization, and authoritarian entrenchment: Opening up or digging in? African Affairs, 118 (471):238-258.

HUMPHRIS, J. & EICHHORN, B. 2019. Fuel selection during long-term ancient iron production in Sudan. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 54 (1):33-54.
Keywords: anthracology ; fuel ; iron production ; Meroe ; Sudan

KINYONDO, A. & KAGARUKI, G. 2019. The Impact of Informal Financial Groups on Socio-economic Development in Tanzania. African Development Review, 31 (1):99-114.

GRITLI, M. I. & CHARFI, F. M. 2019. Taux d'intérêt et investissement privé en Tunisie: Asymétrie à court terme et symétrie à long terme. African Development Review, 31 (1):43-57.

West Africa
OSABUOHIEN, E. S., EFOBI, U. R., ODEBIYI, J. T., FAYOMI, O. O. & SALAMI, A. O. 2019. Bilateral Trade Performance in West Africa: A Gravity Model Estimation. African Development Review, 31 (1):1-14.