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Publications:  Prof Raymond Kiely

Kiely R(2020). Assessing Conservative Populism: A New Double Movement or Neoliberal Populism?. Development and Change
Kiely R(2020). Conservatism, neoliberalism and resentment in Trumpland: The ‘betrayal’ and ‘reconstruction’ of the United States. Geoforum
Kiely R(2020). Conservative (Anti-) Globalization. Agenda/Columbia University Press
Kiely R(2018). Development and inequality: A critical analysis. Handbook on Development and Social Change,
Kiely R(2018). The neoliberal paradox.
Kiely R, Saull R(2017). Neoliberalism and the Far-Right: An Introduction. Critical Sociology vol. 43, (6) 821-829.
Kiely R(2017). From Authoritarian Liberalism to Economic Technocracy: Neoliberalism, Politics and ‘De-democratization’. Critical Sociology vol. 43, (4-5) 725-745.
Kiely R(2016). The Rise and Fall of Emerging Powers Globalisation, US Power and the Global North-South Divide. Springer
Kiely R(2015). The BRICs, US ‘Decline’ and Global Transformations. Springer
Kiely R(2014). The Financial Crisis and the Question of (Who or What is in) Decline. Development and Change vol. 45, (1) 179-189.
Kiely R(2014). The global south: From dependency to convergence?. The Politics of International Political Economy,
Kiely R(2013). The Fall of the US Empire: Global Fault-Lines and the Shifting Imperial Order. POLITICAL QUARTERLY vol. 84, (2) 301-303.
KIELY R(2013). Imperialism or globalisation? Or imperialism and globalisation: theorising the international after Rosenberg's 'post-mortem'. Journal of International Relations and Development vol. 17, 274-300.
Kiely R(2012). Globalization and imperialism. 162-167.
KIELY R(2012). Spatial hierarchy and/or contemporary geopolitics: what can and can't uneven and combined development explain?. Cambridge Review of International Affairs vol. 25, (2) 231-248.
Kiely R(2012). The globalization of manufacturing production: Warrenite fantasies and uneven and unequal realities. Peasants and Globalization: Political Economy, Rural Transformation and the Agrarian Question,
Kiely R(2010). Imperialism and global political economy. INT AFF vol. 86, (4) 984-986.
Kiely R(2010). Rethinking Imperialism. Palgrave MacMillan
KIELY R(2010). Dependency and world systems Perspectives on Development. The International Studies Encyclopedia vol.II, Editors: Denemark, R, Wiley-Blackwell (Chichester),
Kiely R(2009). The Post-Colonial Politics of Development. J DEV STUD vol. 45, (10) 1768-1769.
Kiely R(2008). Poverty through 'Insufficient Exploitation and/or Globalization'? Globalized Production and New Dualist Fallacies. GLOBALIZATIONS vol. 5, (3) 419-432.
Kiely R(2008). Poverty's fall/China's rise: Global convergence or new forms of uneven development?. J CONTEMP ASIA vol. 38, (3) 353-372.
Kiely R(2007). Poverty reduction through liberalisation? Neoliberalism and the myth of global convergence. REV INT STUD vol. 33, (3) 415-434.
KIELY R(2007). The New Political Economy of Development. Palgrave (London),
KIELY R(2006). US hegemony and globalisation: what role for theories of imperialism?. Cambridge Review of International Affairs vol. 19, 205-221.
KIELY R(2006). Business as Usual or Radical Shift?: Theorizing the Relationship between US Hegemony and Globalisation. Globalisation and After, Editors: Kiely, R, Gupta, SD, Sage
KIELY R(2006). Development and Modernisation. Key Sociological Concepts, Editors: Scott, J, Routledge
KIELY R, Dasgupta S(2006). Globalization and After. Sage (London),
KIELY R(2006). Industrialism. Key Sociological Concepts, Editors: Scott, J, Routledge
KIELY R(2006). Introduction: Globalisation after Globalisation. Globalisation and After, Editors: Kiely, R, Gupta, SD, Sage
Kiely R(2006). United States Hegemony and globalisation: What role for theories of imperialism?. Cambridge Review of International Affairs vol. 19, (2) 205-221.
Kiely R(2005). Globalization and poverty, and the poverty of globalization theory. Current Sociology vol. 53, (6)
KIELY R(2005). Globalisation and poverty and the poverty of globalisation theory. Current Sociology vol. 53, 897-916.
KIELY R(2005). Capitalist expansion and the Imperialism–globalization debate: contemporary Marxist explanations. Journal of International Relations and Development vol. 8, (1) 27-57.
KIELY R(2005). Empire in the Age of Globalisation: US Hegemony and Neoliberal Disorder. Pluto Press (London),
KIELY R(2005). Global civil society and spaces of resistance. Global Ethics and Civil society, Editors: Eade, J, Byrne, DO, Ashgate
KIELY R(2005). The Changing Face of Anti-Globalization Politics: Two (and a half) tales of globalization and anti-globalization. Globalizations vol. 2, 134-150.
KIELY R(2005). The Clash of Globalisations: Neo-liberalism, the Third Way and Anti-Globalisation. Brill (Leiden),
KIELY R(2004). What difference does difference make? Reflections on neo-conservatism as a cosmopolitan project. Contemporary Politics vol. 10, 185-202.
KIELY R(2004). Neo-liberal globalisation meets global resistance: the significance of anti-capitalist protest. The Changing Face of Globalisation, Editors: Gupta, SD, Sage
Kiely R(2004). The world bank and "global poverty reduction": Good policies or bad data?. J CONTEMP ASIA vol. 34, (1) 3-20.
Kiely R(2003). Marx's revenge: The resurgence of capitalism and the death of statist socialism Meghnad Desai. Historical Materialism vol. 11, (3) 225-234.
KIELY R(2003). Review Article: Meghnad Desai’s Vision of Capitalism – Marxism or Neo-liberalism. Historical Materialism vol. 11, 225-234.
KIELY R(2003). The race to the bottom and international labour solidarity. Review: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center vol. 26, 67-88.
KIELY R(2002). The Global Third Way or Progressive Globalism. Contemporary Politics vol. 8, 167-184.
KIELY R(2002). 'Global Shift. The Companion to Development Studies, Editors: Potter, R, Desai, V, Edward Arnold
KIELY R(2002). Actually existing globalisation, deglobalisation and the political economy of anti-capitalist protest. Historical Materialism vol. 10, 93-121.
KIELY R(2002). Neo-liberalism revised? A critical account of World Bank conceptions of good governance and market friendly intervention. The Political Economy of Social Inequalities, Editors: Navarro, V, Amityville
KIELY R(2001). Third Worldist Relativism: A New Form of Imperialism. Edward Said vol.4: Politics, Editors: Williams, P, Sage
Kiely R(2000). Globalization: from domination to resistance. THIRD WORLD Q vol. 21, (6) 1059-1070.
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