Menu
 
Research menu
Jump to menu

Publications:  Dr Elena Baglioni

Baglioni E, Campling L(2017). Natural resource industries as global value chains: Frontiers, fetishism, labour and the state. Environment and Planning A vol. 49, (11) 2437-2456.
10.1177/0308518X17728517
BAGLIONI E(2017). Labour control and the labour question in global production networks: exploitation and disciplining in Senegalese export horticulture. Journal of Economic Geography vol. 18, (1) 111-137.
10.1093/jeg/lbx013
Baglioni E, Gibbon P(2016). Land grabbing, large-and small-scale farming: What can evidence and policy from 20th century Africa contribute to the debate?. Global Land Grabs: History, Theory and Method,
Baglioni E(2015). Straddling Contract and Estate Farming: Accumulation Strategies of Senegalese Horticultural Exporters. Journal of Agrarian Change vol. 15, (1) 17-42.
10.1111/joac.12032
BAGLIONI E(2014). Straddling Contract and Estate Farming: Accumulation Strategies of Senegalese Horticultural Exporters. Journal of Agrarian Change vol. 15, (1) 17-42.
10.1111/joac.12032
Baglioni E, Gibbon P(2013). Land Grabbing, Large- and Small-scale Farming: what can evidence and policy from 20th century Africa contribute to the debate?. THIRD WORLD QUARTERLY vol. 34, (9) 1558-1581.
10.1080/01436597.2013.843838
BAGLIONI E, Tornimbeni C(2009). Introduction: Poverty, Knowledge and Power in sub-Saharan Africa. afriche e orienti vol. 2, (2) 10-15.
BAGLIONI E, Tornimbeni C(2009). Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Approaches and Policies. afriche & orienti vol. 11, (2)
Baglioni E(2007). The state must be our master of fire. How peasants craft culturally sustainable development in Senegal. J AGRAR CHANGE vol. 7, (2) 274-277.
10.1111/j.1471-0366.2007.146_5.x
BAGLIONI E (2005). The New International Poverty Reduction Strategies: The Case of Senegal. Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable ,
Publisher URL
BAGLIONI E(2004). Poverty Reduction in Senegal: An Analysis of National and International Policies. Africa vol. 9, (3-4) 285-315.
Return to top