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Publications:  Dr David Williams

Williams D(2020). Progress, Pluralism and Politics: Liberalism and Colonialism Past and Present. McGill Queens University Press
Williams D(2020). John Stuart Mill and the practice of colonial rule in India. Journal of International Political Theory
WILLIAMS DG(2018). Liberalism, Colonialism and Liberal Imperialism. East Central Europe
WILLIAMS DG(2014). Adam Smith and Colonialism. Journal of International Political Theory vol. 10, (3) 283-301.
WILLIAMS DG, YOUNG, T(2014). Engineering Civil Society. Critical Perspectives on African Politics Liberal Interventions, State-Building and Civil Society, Routledge (London),
Williams D, Young T(2014). Engineering civil society in Africa. Critical Perspectives on African Politics: Liberal Interventions, State-Building and Civil Society,
Harman S, Williams D(2014). International development in transition. International Affairs vol. 90, (4) 925-941.
WILLIAMS DG(2013). The History of International Development Aid. Handbook of Global Economic Governance, Editors: MOSCHELLA,, M, WEAVER,, C, Routledge
WILLIAMS DG(2013). Development, intervention, and international order. Review of International Studies vol. 39, (5) 1213-1231.
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Conclusion: Governing the world?. Governing the World?: Cases in Global Governance,
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Governing the world?: Cases in global governance.
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Introduction governing the world.
WILLIAMS DG(2013). State Agency and State Formation in Africa. African Agency in International Politics, Editors: Brown, W, Harman, S, Routledge (London),
WILLIAMS DG(2012). Civil Society and the Liberal Project in Ghana and Sierra Leone. Journal of Intervention and State-building vol. 6, (1) 57-72.
Williams D(2011). International Development and Global Politics. Routledge
WILLIAMS DG(2010). Making a Liberal State: 'Good Governance' in Ghana. Review of African Political Economy vol. 37, (126) 403-419.
WILLIAMS DG(2008). 'Development' and Good Governance: The World Bank, Financial Sector Reform and the 'Will to Govern'. International Politics: a journal of transnational issues and global problems vol. 45, (2) 212-217.
Williams D(2008). The World Bank and Social Transformation in International Politics. Routledge
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