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Professor Patrick Bond [ Teaching and Research Staff] Print

Qualification: PhD (Johns Hopkins University)
Address: 
Room F199 Memorial Tower Building,
Howard College,
University of KwaZulu-Natal,
DURBAN,
South Africa.
Phone: 27 31 2602454/3195
Fax:  27 31 2602502
E-mail: bondp@ukzn.ac.za
Biographical sketch: 

Patrick Bond is a political economist with longstanding research interests and NGO work in urban communities and with global justice movements in several countries. He teaches political economy and eco-social policy, directs the Centre for Civil Society and is involved in research on economic justice, geopolitics, climate, energy and water. In service to the new South African government, Patrick authored/edited more than a dozen policy papers from 1994-2002, including the Reconstruction and Development Programme and the RDP White Paper, and he taught at the University of the Witwatersrand Graduate School of Public and Development Management from 1997-2004.
     

 Patrick currently also serves as a visiting professor at Gyeongsang National University Institute of Social Sciences, South Korea. He was visiting professor in 2003 at York University Department of Political Science and Faculty of Environmental Studies in Toronto; in 2004 at the Africa University Institute for Peace, Leadership and Governance in Mutare, Zimbabwe; in 2005 at the Central European University Summer School on Transnational Flows, Structures, Agents and the Idea of Development in Budapest,Hungary; in 2006 at Chulalongkorn University’s Focus on the Global South Course on Globalisation and Civil Society, in Bangkok, Thailand; in 2007 at the Stellenbosch University Sustainability Institute, in 2008 at the State University of New York in Geneseo; and in 2009 at Suffolk University in Boston. In 2010-11 he was a visiting scholar at the University of California/Berkeley and the Story of Stuff Project. 
     

 Patrick is an advisory board member of several international journals: Antipode (Manchester University), Human Geography (Clark University), Socialist Register (York University), International Journal of Health Services (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health), Historical Materialism (London School of Economics), Journal of Peacebuilding and Development (American University), Studies in Political Economy (Carleton University), Capitalism Nature Socialism, Review of African Political Economy, and the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities (Unesco, New York). His brief articles are regularly published by The Mercury, ZNet, Pambazuka, Counterpunch, Triple Crisis Blog, and Links ezines.
     

 He worked at Johannesburg NGOs during the early and mid-1990s, and at several social justice agencies in Washington and Philadelphia during the 1980s. He was educated at Swarthmore College’s Department of Economics, the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania and the Johns Hopkins University Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering where he received his PhD in 1993.  Patrick was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1961, and is father to a son and daughter.
     

 For information about his current research projects
please refer to the Centre for Civil Society  webpages.
     

 
Publications: 

Bond, P. (2013) Historical Varieties of space, scale and speculation in South Africa: the uneven and combined geographical development of financialised capitalism.  Transformation, July,179-207.
URL: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/transformation/v081/81.bond.htmlMore

Bond, P. (2013) Water rights, commons and advocacy narratives, South African Journal of Human Rights, 29, 1, June, p.126-144.
URL: http://reference.sabinet.co.za/document/EJC137154 ISSN: 02587203More

Bond, P. (2013) L'Afrique du Sud en proie à la 'malédiction des ressources'. Alternatives Sud, 20, May 2013, p.119-136.
URL: http://doc.sciencespo-lyon.fr/Signal/index.php?r=article/view&id=353266 More

Bond, P. (2013) Debt, uneven development and capitalist crisis in South Africa: from Moody’s macroeconomic monitoring to Marikana microfinance mashonisas. Third World Quarterly, 34, 4, May-June, p.569-592.
URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01436597.2013.786283#.UtJyGPQW3T8
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Bond, P. (2013) Subimperialism as lubricant of neoliberalism: South African ‘deputy sheriff’ duty within BRICS. Third World Quarterly, 34, 2, March.  p.251-270.
URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01436597.2013.775783#.UtJyhfQW3T8More

Bond, P. (2013) Climate crisis, carbon market failure and market booster failure. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 24, 1, March 2013, p.54-61.
URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10455752.2012.759364#.UtJykvQW3T8More

Bond, P. (2013) Les raisons de Marikana: a crise des mines de platine en Afrique du Sud. Informations et Commentaires, 162, January.
URL: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/spip.php?article28765
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Bond, P. (2013) Les Sud-Africains payent l’addition et la FIFA fait des profits.  In: F.Duchatel (ed), La Copue est Plaine! Les désastres économiques et sociaux des grands événements sportifs, Geneva, Cenre Europe-Tiers Monde. p.46-61.
URL: http://www.cetim.ch/en/publications_ouvrages/181/la-coupe-est-pleine-les-desastres-economiques-et-sociaux-des-grands-evenements-sportifs
ISBN: 978-2-88053-098-3More

Bond, P. (2013) Climate justice. In C. Death (ed), Critical environmental politics, New York, Routledge, p.133-145.
URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415631228/
ISBN: 978-0-415-63122-8 More

Bond, P. (2013) Subimperialism as lubricant of neoliberalism: South African ‘deputy sheriff’ duty within BRICS. In K.Gray and C. Murphy (eds), Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance, New York, Routledge, 2013, p.251-270.
URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415714051/
ISBN: 978-0-415-71405-1More

Bond, P. (2013) SA’s vulnerability to the world capitalist crisis: how it worsened and how it might be reversed, in U.Pillay, G.Hagg, F.Nyamnjoh and J.Jansen (eds), State of the Nation: South Africa 2012-2013, Pretoria, Human Sciences Research Council Press, p. 609-625.
URL: http://www.hsrcpress.ac.za/product.php?productid=2303&cat=0&page=1&featured
ISBN: 978-07969-2422-3More

Bond, P. (2013) Utnyttelse forkledd som vekst.  In S.Johnstad (ed) Afrikas 99%: Økonomisk vekst, ulikhet og protest, Fellesrådet for Afrika og Solidaritet forlag, p.38-43.
URL: http://www.afrika.no/Detailed/23519.html
ISBN: 200000109578
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Bond, P. (2013) Climate, gender and class justice in Africa. In: P.Perkins (ed), Water and Climate Change in Africa: challenges and community initiatives in Durban, Maputo and Nairobi, London, Routledge, p.17-26.
URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415822039/
ISBN: 978-0-415-82203-9More

Bond, P. (2013) International financial institutions.  In: C. Aksan and J. Bailes, Weapon of the Strong: Conversations on US state terrorism, London, Pluto Press, p.145-159.
URL: http://www.plutobooks.com/display.asp?K=9780745332413
ISBN: 9780745332413More

Bond, P. (2013) Foreword. In: T.Oriola, Criminal Resistance: The politics of kidnapping oil workers, Farnham, Ashgate, p.ix-xi.
URL: http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409449928
ISBN: 978-1-4094-4992-8More

Bond, P., Desai, A. and T. Ngwane (2013) Uneven and combined Marxism within South Africa’s urban social movements. In: C.Barker, L.Cox, J.Krinsky and A.Nilsen (eds), Marxism and Social Movements, London, Routledge, p. 233-255.
URL: http://www.brill.com/marxism-and-social-movements
ISBN: 9789004211759More

Bond, P. and Mottiar, S. (2013) Social protest in South Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 31, 2, April. p. 283-302.
URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02589001.2013.789727#.UtJyNfQW3T8More

Sharife, K. and Bond, P. (2013) Ecological reparations: can the ‘green economy’ incorporate litigative justice and ecoDebt payments, or does global climate governance require environmental justice and a redistributive Basic Income Grant?  South African Journal of Human Rights, 29, 1, June, p.144-169.
URL: http://ccs.ukzn.ac.za/files/Sharife%20Bond%20SAJHR%20final.pdf More

 Bond, P. (2012) Africa and its discontents. Africa Development, 37(3), December.More

Bond, P. (2012) Market failure at Durban’s climate summit. South African Geographical Journal, December. URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03736245.2012.742778#.UtJy1fQW3T8
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Bond,P. (2012) Durban’s conference of polluters, market failure and critic failure, ephemera, 12, 1/2, March. URL: http://www.ephemerajournal.org/contribution/durban%E2%80%99s-conference-polluters-market-failure-and-critic-failure
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Bond, P. (2012) Emissions trading, new enclosures and eco-social contestations’, Antipode, 44, 3, March. URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-8330.2011.00890.x/abstract
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Bond, P. (2012) South African people's power since the mid-1980s: two steps forward, one back. Third World Quarterly, 33, 2, March.
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Bond, P. and  Sharife, K. (2012) Zimbabwe's clogged political drain and open diamond pipe. Review of African Political Economy, 39, 132, June. URL: http://econpapers.repec.org/article/tafrevape/v_3a39_3ay_3a2012_3ai_3a132_3ap_3a351-365.htm
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Bond, P. and Min-Jung,K. (2012) Climate activism quandaries: eco-socialist responses to Durban’s COP17. Marxism 21, 9, 2, June. URL: http://nongae.gsnu.ac.kr/~issmarx/eng/article/26/Bond&Kim26.pdf More

Bond P. (2012) Durban’s conference of polluters, market failure and critic failure, In S.Böhm, A.Murtola and S.Spoelstra (eds), The Atmosphere Business, London: Mayfly Books. URL: http://mayflybooks.org/?page_id=79
ISBN: 978-1906948153
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Bond, P. (2012) The Right to the city and the eco-social commoning of water: discursive and political lessons from South Africa. In S.Farhana and A.Loftus (eds), The Right to Water, London, Earthscan. More

Bond, P. (2012) The Bretton Woods Institutions and the economics of terrorism. In C. Aksan and J. Bailes, Weapon of the Strong: Conversations on US State Terrorism, London, Pluto Press.More

Bond, P. (2012)  African reactions to the global economic crisis.  In: U. Schuerkens (ed), Socio-economic outcomes of the global crisis: theoretical discussion and empirical case studies.  London, Routledge. URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415806961/
ISBN-13: 978-0415806961
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Bond,P. (2012) Dekommodifizierung. In: U. Brand, B. Lösch, B. Opratko und S. Thimmel (eds), ABC der Alternativen 2.0, Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung. URL: http://www.vsa-verlag.de/nc/detail/artikel/abc-der-alternativen-20/More

Bond, P. (2012) Foreword. In: Cornelius Thomas, Time with Dennis Brutus 2005-2009: Conversations, Quotations and Snapshots, Grahamstown, Wendy’s Book Lounge.More

Bond, P. (2012) South African disaccumulation and the transnational ‘governance’ class. In: R.Cox (ed), Corporate power and globalization in US foreign policy, New York, Routledge. URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415781961/More

Bond, P. (2012) South African people power since the mid-1980s: two steps forward, one back. In: B.Gills and K.Gray (eds), People power in an era of global crisis: rebellion, resistance and liberation. New York, Routledge. URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01436597.2012.666011#.UtGkM_QW3T8
ISBN: 10: 0415500095

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Sharife, K. and  Bond,P. (2012) Above and beyond South Africa’s minerals energy complex. New South Africa Review 2, Johannesburg, University of Witwatersrand Press. URL: http://witspress.co.za/catalogue/new-south-african-review-2/
ISBN: 10: 1868145417More

Sharife, K. and Bond,P. (2012) South Africa’s minerals energy complex, In: H.Healy, J.Martinez-Alier, L.Temper, M.Walter and J.Gerber (eds), Ecological economics from the ground up. London, Routledge. URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781849713993/
ISBN: 978-1-84971-399-3
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Bond, P. and D. M. Dembele (2012) The Economic situation in contemporary Africa. Africa Development, 37, 4, December, p.197-219.
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Mottiar, S and Bond, P. (2012). Discontent and social protest in Durban. Politikon, 39(3), 1-23. URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02589346.2012.746183?journalCode=cpsa20#.UtJzCvQW3T8
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Bond, P. (2011). Neoliberal Threats to North Africa. Review of African Political Economy, September 2011.More

Bond, P. (2011). African economic claims and realities. Africa Insight, September 2011.More

Bond, P. (2011). What is it to be radical, in neoliberal-nationalist South Africa? Review of Radical Political Economy, September 2011. More

Bond, P. (2011). Carbon trading, new enclosures and socio-economic contestation. Antipode, 43, 4, September 2011.More

Bond, P. (2011). From Copenhagen to Cancún to Durban: deckchair shifting on the climate Titanic. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 22, 3, June 2011, pp.3-26.More

Bond, P. (2011). South Africa splinters. Review of African Political Economy, 38, 127, March 2011, pp.113–121.More

Bond, P. (2011). Coega, energy, corporate welfare and climate crisis, in G.Ruiters (ed), Development Challenges in the Eastern Cape, Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2011, pp.164-72.More

Bond, P. (ed) (2011). Durban's climate gamble: trading carbon, betting the earth. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press. (254p.)
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Bond, P. (2011). Politics of climate justice: paralysis above, movement below. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. (267p.)
     
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Bond, P. (2011) Introduction. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 22(4).More

Bond, P. and Desai, A. (2011) Prefigurative Political Ecology and Socio-Environmental Injustice in Central Durban. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 22(4). More

Bond, P. (2011) Africa’s political-ecological opening: Climate, commodities and capitalist crisis. Ecologie & Politique.More

Bond, P. (2011) Introduction. in P.Bond (ed.), Durban’s Climate Gamble: Trading Carbon, Betting the Earth, Pretoria, University of South Africa Press.More

Bond, P. and Desai, A. (2011) Prefigurative Political Ecology and Socio-Environmental Injustice in Central Durban, in P.Bond (ed.), Durban’s Climate Gamble: Trading Carbon, Betting the Earth, Pretoria, University of South Africa Press.More

Bond, P. (2011) Durban's water wars, sewage spills, fish kills and blue flag beaches,  in P.Bond (ed.), Durban's climate gamble: trading carbon, betting the earth, Pretoria, University of South Africa Press.
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Bond, P. (2011) Guy Mhone. in Dictionary of African Biography, Oxford, Oxford University Press.More

Bond, P. (2011) The Right to the city and the eco-social commoning of water: discursive and political lessons from South Africa, in S.Farhana and A.Loftus (eds), The Right to water, London, Earthscan.
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Bond, P. (2011). Political Economy, in K.Johnson and S.Jacobs (eds), Encyclopaedia of South Africa, Boulder, Lynne Reiner, 2011.
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Bond, P. and E. Cottle (2011) Economic promises and pitfalls of South Africa’s World Cup’ in E.Cottle (ed.), South Africa’s World Cup: A legacy for whom?, Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.
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Bond, P., Amisi, B. Cele, N. and T. Ngwane. (2011) Xenophobia and civil society: Durban’s structured social divisions. Politikon, 38, 1, April 2011, pp. 59–83.More

Bond, P. (2010) Maintaining momentum after Copenhagen’s collapse: Seal the deal or “Seattle” the deal? Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 21(1), 14-27.More

Bond, P. (2010) Obituary: Dennis Brutus: A memorial statement. Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, 47(1), 125-128.More

Bond, P. (2010) South Africa’s bubble meets boiling urban social protest. Monthly Review, 62(2), 17-28.More

Bond, P. (2010) Water, health and the commodification debate. Review of Radical Political Economics, 42(4), 445-464.More

Bond, P. and Dorsey, M. (2010). Anatomies of environmental knowledge and resistance. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 66, December 2010, p.286-316.More

Bond, P. (2010) Climate justice politics across space and scale. Human Geography, 3, 2.More

Bond, P. (2010). Climate debt owed to Africa: what to demand and how to collect? African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 2, 1, p.83-113.More

Bond, P. (2010). Water, health and the commodification debate. Review of Radical Political Economics, 2010, 42, 3, September. More

Bond, P. (2010) The World Social Forum In: R.Taylor (ed), Third Sector Research, New York: Springer, 2010, pp.327-336.More

Bond, P. (2010) Neoliberalism and its critics, In S.Babones (ed), Global development studies, New York, Sage Press, 2010.More

Bond, P. (2010) Limits to class apartheid. in B.Maharaj, A.Desai and P. Bond (Eds), Zuma’s own goal: losing South Africa’s ‘war on poverty’, Trenton, Africa World Press, 2010, pp.59-70. More

Bond, P. Desai, A. and Maharaj, B. (2010)  Afterword: lessons from the World Cup. in their Zuma’s Own Goal: Losing South Africa’s ‘War on Poverty’, Trenton, Africa World Press, 2010, pp.417-432. More

Bond, P (2010) Johannesburg: Von Gold und Gangstern in J. Anbacher and R. Khan (Eds), Sudafrika: Die Rensen der Befreiung, Berlin, Association A, 2010, p.127-143.
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Bond, P. (2010) Water, health and the commodification debate. Review of Radical Political Economics, 42, 3, September.More

Bond, P. (2010) Dennis Brutus: A Memorial Statement, Tydskrif vir Letterkunde, 47, 1, pp.126-129.More

Bond, p. (2010) Maintaining momentum after Copenhagen’s collapse: “Seal the Deal” or “‘Seattle”‘ the Deal”?’ Capitalism Nature Socialism, 21, 1, March.More

Bond, P. Maharaj, B. and Desai, A  (2010) Introduction: Poverty Eradication as Holy Grail. In B.Maharaj, A.Desai and P.Bond (eds), Zuma’s Own Goal: Losing South Africa’s ‘War on Poverty’, Trenton, Africa World Press, 2010, pp.1-35.More

Maharaj, B., Desai, A. and Bond, P. (eds). (2010). Zuma’s own goal: losing South Africa’s ‘war on poverty'.  Trenton, Africa World Press. 432 pp.
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Bond, P. and Ndlovu, M. (2010) When mega projects crowd out development: Coega and Lesotho dams. In Freund, B. and H.Witt (eds), Development dilemmas in post-apartheid South Africa, Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.More

Bond, P. and Ngwane, T. (2010) Community resistance to energy privatization in South Africa in K.Abramsky (Ed), Sparking a worldwide energy revolution: social struggles in the transition to a post-petrol world, Oakland, AK Press, p.197-208. More

Bond, P. (2009) La Crise economique et sociale de l'Afrique du Sud.  Informations et  Commentaires, 148, p.13-22.More

Bond, P. (2009) The Influence of labour in the new South African government. Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society, 12, December.  p.575-589.
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Sudáfrica: Éxitos de los activistas por la salud y el medioambiente. Ecología Política, 37.  p. 95-104.More

Bond, P. (2009) In "power” in Pretoria.  New Left Review, 58, July-August. p.77-88.More

Bond, P. (2009) Realistic post-neoliberalism: a view from South Africa. Development Dialogue, 51, p. 93-211.More

Bond, P. (2009) Global civil society strategies for social  justice. African Journal of Rhetoric, 1. p.212-245.
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Bond, P. and K. Sharife (2009) Apartheid reparations and the contestation of corporate power in Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 119, p. 115-137.More

Bond, P. (2009) Background tensions within volatile global capitalism. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 20 (1). pp.41-44.More

Bond, P. Lee, C. Desai, A. and Ndlovu, M. (2009) Sovereignty, neo-liberalism, and the post-diasporic politics of globalization: a conversation about South Africa. Radical History Review, 104. p.143-161.
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Bond, P. (2009) Global political-economic and geopolitical processes, structures and trends,  in R. Labonte, T.Schrecker, C.Packer and V.Runnels (eds), Globalisation and Health: Pathways, Evidence and Policy, London, Routledge Press.More

Bond, P. (2009) Southern Africa: popular resistance to neoliberalism, 1982-2007.  In I.Ness (ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, Malden MA, Wiley-Blackwell. More

Bond, P. (2009) Naomi Klein. In H.Anheier and S.Toepler (eds), International Encyclopedia of Civil Society, Heidelberg, Springer Press.More

Bond, P. (2009). African resistance to global finance, free trade and corporate profit-taking.(2009). In R.Westra (ed.), Confronting global neoliberalism: Third World resistance and development strategies, Atlanta, Clarity Press.
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Bond, P. (2009) Carbon charade. In D.Ransom and V.Baird, People first economics, Oxford, New Internationalist Publications.More

Bond, P. (2009) Repaying Africa for climate crisis: ecological debt as development finance alternative to carbon trading. In S. Böhm and S. Dabhi (eds), Upsetting the offset: the political economy of carbon markets, London, MayFlyBooks, p.275-291.More

Bond, P. (2009) Neoliberalism and its critics.  In S.Babones (ed), Global Development Studies, New York, Sage Press.
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Bond, P. (2009) Political activism and class struggle - not markets - will save the planet. In I.Angus (ed.), The Global fight for climate justice, Toronto, South Branch Publications and London, SR Books.More

Bond, P. (2009) Neoliberal urban policy: are those planact fingerprints? In: L.Royston (ed), Planact, Johannesburg.More

Bond, P. and Sharife, K. (2009) Africa battles Aid and development finance inflows/outflows (with Khadija Sharife) In: African Perspectives on Aid, Harare, Afrodad and Oxford, Fahamu.More

Bond, P. Dahada, R. and G. Erion (2009) Introduction. In Bond,P. R.Dada and G.Erion (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.More

Bond, P. (2009) Dirty politics: South African energy. In Bond, P. Dada, R.  and Erion, G. (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.More

Bond, P. (2009) Oil companies and African wealth depletion. In Bond, P. Dada, R. and Erion, G. (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.More

Bond, P. (2009) Conclusion. In Bond, P., Dada, R. and Erion, G. (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.More

Bond, P (2008) A Pilhagem na África. Rio de Janeiro: South Links More

Bond, P, R Dada and G Erion (eds) (2007) Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments. Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers, and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press 2007. (190 pp).
     
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Bond, P. (2008), Social movements and corporations: social responsibility in post-Apartheid South Africa, Development and Change, 39, 6. More

Bond, P. (2008). Macrodynamics of globalization, uneven urban development and the commodification of water, Law, Social Justice and Global Development, 10, 2,  http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2008_1/.
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Bond, P. (2008), Global uneven development, primitive accumulation and political-economic conflict in Africa: the return of the theory of imperialism, Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 4, 1, 23-37. More

Bond, P. (2008). Collaborations, co-optations and contestations in praxis-based knowledge production, Review of African Political Economy, 116, pp.89-93.More

Bond, P. (2008) Post-imperialist north-south financial relations?, Studies in Political Economy, 81, 77-97. More

Bond, P. (2008), Reformist reforms, non-reformist reforms and global justice: activist, NGO and intellectual challenges in the World Social Forum. Societies without Borders, 3, 4-19.More

Bond, P. and J.Dugard (2008), The Case of Johannesburg Water: what really happened at the pre-paid parish pump. Law, Democracy and Development, 12, 1, pp.1-28. More

Bond, P. (2008), Water, human rights and social conflict: South African experiences’ (with Jackie Dugard). Law, Social Justice and Global Development, 10, 1, February, http://www.go.warwick.ac.uk/elj/lgd/2008_1/bond_dugard.More

Bond, P. (2008), Decentralization, privatization and countervailing popular pressure: South African water commodification and decommodification, in V.Beard, F.Miraftab, and C.Silver (eds), Decentralization and Planning: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South, London, Taylor and Francis, pp.36-54. More

Bond, P. (2008), Fra fiktive til reelle losninger pa klimaendringene, in H.Jundeberg (Ed), Klima for ny oljepolitikk, Oslo, Norad and Attac, pp.42-48. More

Bond, P. and G.Erion (2008), Against carbon trading as climate change mitigation, in D.McDonald (ed), Electric capitalism, Pretoria, Human Sciences Research Council, pp.339-358. More

Bond, P. and M.Ndlovu (2008). Ideology and strategies in the fight against multinational corporate water privatization, in S.Jin (ed), Ideas and strategies in the alterglobalisation movements, Korea Research Foundation, Korean Federation of Public Service and Transportation Workers Union and Gyeongsang University Institute for Social Sciences (Jinju), Seoul, pp.201-259.More

Bond, P. (2008) The State of the carbon trading debate.  Capitalism Nature Socialism, 19, 4, 2008, p.1-18. (reprinted in The Commoner, 13, Winter 2008-09, pp.85-102).
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Bond, P. (2008). South Africa’s developmental state distractions. Mediations, 24, 1, 2008, pp.8-27, www.mediationsjournal.org/articles/developmental-state-distraction.
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Bond, P. (2008) Can reparations for apartheid profits be won in US courts? Africa Insight, 38, 2, 2008, p.13-25.More

Bond, P. (2008) Reformist reforms, non-reformist reforms and global justice: activist, NGO and intellectual challenges in the World Social Forum. In: J.Blau and M.Karides (eds), The World and US social forums: a better world is possible and necessary, Amsterdam, Brill, 2008, p.127-152.More

Bond, P. (2008). Townships. In: Darity, W. (ed), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, Detroit, Macmillan Reference, p.405-407. More

Bond, P. (2008) Accumulation by dispossession in Africa: false diagnoses and dangerous prescriptions. In: J.Mensah (ed) Neoliberalism and globalization in Africa: contestations from the embattled  continent, New York, Palgrave, p.17-32.More

Bond, P. (2008) World Bank: World Bank and the IMF in Africa. In: P.Stearns (ed), Encyclopedia of the modern world, 2nd edition, New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2008, v8, p.60-64.More

Bond, P. and Erion, G. (2008) South African carbon trading: a counterproductive climate change strategy. In: D.McDonald (ed), Electric capitalism, Pretoria, Human Sciences Research Council, p.338-358.
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Bond, P. (2007). Primitive accumulation, enclavity, rural marginalisation and articulation. Review of African Political Economy, 111, 29-38. More

Bond, P (2007) (ed.) Beyond Enclavity in African Economies: The Enduring Work of Guy Mhone. Johannesburg, Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa; Lilongwe, ActionAid; New Delhi, International Development Economics Associates; Nairobi, University of Nairobi Institute of Development Studies; and Durban, Centre for Civil Society. (56 pp).
       
     
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Bond, P, H Chitonge and A Hopfmann (eds). (2007) The Accumulation of Capital in Southern Africa: Rosa Luxemburg’s Contemporary Relevance. Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and Durban, Centre for Civil Society. (208 pp).
       
     
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Bond, P (2007) Développement Urbain Inégal, Financiarisation et Accès à L’eau en Afrique’. Alternatives Sud, 14, 2, 2007, 53-83.More

Bond, P and Dada, R (2007) A Death in Durban: Capitalist Patriarchy, Global Warming Gimmickry and our Responsibility for Rubbish’ Agenda, 73, August 2007, 46-55 More

Bond, P (2007) Anti-G8-Bewegungen: Ein Internationaler Vergleich’ (’Anti-G8 Movements: An International Scan’). Welt Trends, 55, Summer 2007, 37-52.More

Bond, P (2007) Microcredit Evangelism, Health and Social Policy. International Journal of Health Services, 37, 2, June 2007, 229-249.More

Bond, P (2007) Competing explanations of Zimbabwe’s long economic crisis. Safundi: Journal of South African and American Studies, 8, 2, June 2007, 149-181. More

Bond, P (2007) The Dispossession of African wealth at the cost of Africa’s health. International Journal of Health Services, 37, 1, March 2007. More

Bond, P (2007) Volatile, uneven and combined capitalism. In: R.Albritton, B.Jessop and R.Westra (eds), Political Economy and Global Capitalism: The 21st Century, Present and Future, New York, Anthem Press.More

Bond, P (2007) Resource extraction and African underdevelopment. In: B.Moyo (ed), Africa in the global power play, London, Adonis Abbey.More

Bond, P (2007) Johannesburg: of gold and gangsters. In: M.Davis and D.Monk (eds), Evil paradises: the dreamworlds of neoliberalism, New York, New Press.More

Bond, P and Dor, G (2007) Uneven health outcomes and political resistance under residual neoliberalism in Africa. In: V.Navarro (ed), Neoliberalism, globalization, and inequalities: consequences for health and quality of life, New York, Baywood.More

Bond, P (2007) Johannesburg as emblem of global apartheid. In: P.Subiros (ed), Apartheid: The South African mirror, Barcelona, Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona,  90-99.More

Bond, P (2007). Introduction. (with Rehana Dada and Graham Erion) In: P.Bond, R.Dada and G.Erion (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 1-22. More

Bond, P (2007). Dirty politics: South African energy. In: P.Bond, R.Dada and G.Erion (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 23-52More

Bond, P (2007). Oil Companies and African Wealth Depletion. In: P.Bond, R.Dada and G.Erion (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 151-170.More

Bond, P (2007) Conclusion. In: P.Bond, R.Dada and G.Erion (eds), Climate change, carbon trading and civil society: negative returns on South African investments, Amsterdam, Rozenberg Publishers and Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg, 2007, 171-176.More

Bond, P (2007) The Sociopolitical structure of accumulation and social policy in Southern Africa. In: J.Adesina (ed), Social policy in Subsaharan Africa, London, Macmillan,198-223.
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Bond, P (2007) Civil society and Wolfowitz’s World Bank: reform or rejection revisited, In: D.Moore (ed), The World Bank: poverty, development and hegemony, Pietermaritzburg, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2007, 479-506.More

Bond, P. (2007) Commodification, capitalist crisis and uneven/combined development. In: S.Jeong (ed), Theories and practices of alternative economic systems, Gyeongsang National University Institute for Social Sciences, Jinju, Korea, 2007, 246-273.More

Bond, P (2007). Postimperialistiske okonomiske forhold mellom Nord og Sor?: Hva Horge I realiteten skylder Afrikanske debitorer. (Postimperialist Economics Between North and South? What Norway Really owes African Debtors). In: O.Manum (ed), Umthetho: Atte Afrikanske Forslag til Norsk Utenriskpolitikk, Oslo, Fellesradet for Afrika (Norwegian Council for Africa) and Solidaritet Forlag, 2007, 11-24.More

Bond, P (2007) Perils of elite pacting. In: H.Melber and C.Wilß (Eds), G8 Macht Politik: Wie die Welt Beherrscht Wird, Berlin, Brandes and Apsel, 37-52.More

Bond, P (2007) A Political Programme for the WSF? In: J.Sen and M.Kumar (eds), A Political programme for the World Social Forum? Democracy, substance and debate in the Bamako Appeal and the global justice movements, New Delhi, CACIM and Durban, CCS, 2007, 20-22More

Bond, P (2007) Discussing the Porto Alegre Manifesto. J.Sen and M.Kumar (eds), A Political programme for the World Social Forum? democracy, substance and debate in the Bamako Appeal and the global justice movements, New Delhi, CACIM and Durban, CCS, 2007, pp.95-98.More

Bond, P and Chitonge, H (2007). Introduction. In: P.Bond, H.Chitonge and A.Hopfmann (eds), The Accumulation of capital in Southern Africa Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and Durban, Centre for Civil Society, 2007, 1-4.More

Bond, P (2007) South African subimperial accumulation. In: P.Bond, H.Chitonge and A.Hopfmann (eds), The accumulation of capital in Southern Africa, Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and Durban, Centre for Civil Society, 2007, 90-106.More

Bond, P and Wilson, Z (2007) A Water Policy Revolution? Global Social Policy, 7, 2, June 2007, 143-146.More

Bond, P. (2006). Talk Left, Walk Right: South Africa’s Frustrated Global Reforms (second edition).  Pietermaritzburg:University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.
       
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Bond, P. (2006). Ten Years of Democracy: A Review In: A. Alexander (ed.), Articulations: A Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture Collection, Durban:Centre for Civil
Society and Trenton: Africa World Press, p.37-64. More

Bond, P. (2006). Looting Africa: the Economics of Exploitation. London: Zed Books and Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.
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Bond, P. (2006). Resource Extraction and African Underdevelopment. Capitalism Nature Socialism. 17(2), p5-25.More

Bond, P. (2006). Global Governance Campaigning and MDGs: from top-down to bottom-up anti-poverty work. Third World Quarterly, 27(2), March, p.339-354; republished as 'OMD et Gouvernance Mondiale: Quelles Luttes Contre la Pauvrete' Alternatives Sud, 13(1), p127-147. More

Bond, P.(2006). Johannesburg's resurgent urban social movements. Gibson, N.(ed), Challenging Hegemony: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa and the Quest for a New Humanity. Trenton: Africa World Press. p103-128.More

Bond P. (2006). Civil society on global governance: Facing up to divergent analysis, strategy and tactics. Voluntas, 17(4), 357-369.More

Bond P. (2006). Reconciliation and economic reaction: Flaws in South Africa’s elite transition. Journal of International Affairs, 60(1), 141-156.More

Bond P. (2006). Competing theories of Zimbabwe’s long economic crisis. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies, 24: December. More

Bond, P. and P. McInnes (2006). 'Decommodifying Electricity in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg’ In: H.Leitner, J.Peck, E.Sheppard (eds), Contesting Neoliberalism: The Urban Frontier, New York, Guildford Press, 2006.
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Bond P. (2006). Zimbabwe, South Africa and the IMF. South African International Affairs Yearbook, E Siridopoulos (ed), South African Institute for International Affairs.More

Bond, P. (2006). A Crise Econômica Global e a Pilhagem da África’,Tensios Mundiais.
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Bond,P. (2006). Water Commodification: Can Human Rights Trump the Market? Asian Exchange, 22, 1, June, 39-59.
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Bond, P. (2006). South African Subimperialism.Contra/Relatos, June 2, (2), 115-206.
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Bond, P. and Desai, A.(2006). Explaining Uneven and Combined Development in South Africa. B. Dunn (ed): Permanent Revolution: Results and Prospects 100 Years On. London: Pluto. p230-245. More

Bond, P. (2005). Elite Transition: from Apartheid to Neoliberalism in South Africa. Second edition. London: Pluto and Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.
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Bond, P (ed). (2005). Fanon's Warning: A Civil Society Reader on the New Partnership for Africa's Development. 2nd edition. Trenton: Africa World Press, Durban: Centre for Civil Society and Cape Town: AIDC.
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Bond, P. and Saunders, R. (2005). Labour, the state and the struggle for a democratic Zimbabwe. Monthly Review, 57(7), December, p42-55. More

Bond, P. (2005) Gramsci, Polanyi and impressions on the World Social Forum from Africa. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29(2), p433-440.More

Bond, P. (2005) Urban policy and practice in post-apartheid South Africa. Policy Studies, 26(3), p337-358.More

Bond, P. (2005) Zimbabwe’s hide and seek with the IMF: Imperialism, nationalism and the South African proxy. Review of African Political Economy, 32(106), p609-619. More

Bond, P. (2005).  Johannesburg civil society, bringing the citizens In: Civil Society in Globalizing Cities of the South. Raiser S and Volmann K (eds), Freie Universitat Berlin Osteuropa-Institut Working Paper Series, 54.
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Bond, P. and Saul, J. (2005) Post-Apartheid. A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English,  Poddar P and Johnson D (eds), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, p378-384.

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Bond P. (2005). Oil companies drain Africa, now – and with Pretoria’s help, in future? In: Trouble in the Air: Global Warming and the Privatised Atmosphere. Bond P and Dada R (eds), Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal, p197-214.
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Bond P. (2005). Recalcitrant reforms require tougher tactics. African Voices on Development and Social Justice, Manji F and Burnett P (eds), Mkuki na Nvota Publishers, Dar es Salaam, p157-165.
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Bond, P.(2005) Neoliberalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: From Structural Adjustment to NEPAD. In : Neoliberalism: A Critical Reader . Saad-Filho A and Johnstone D (Eds) , Pluto Press, London, p230-236.More

Bond P and Dada R (eds) (2005) Trouble in the Air: Global warming and the privatised atmosphere. Durban:Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal and Amsterdam: Transnational Institute.
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Bond, P. (2005) Bottom-up or top-down? Debating Globalisation, Held D (ed), Polity Press, Cambridge, p83-92.More

Bond, P. (2005). Debates in local economic development policy and practice. Local Economic Development in the Developing World, Nel E and Rogerson C (eds), Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, p57-74.
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Bond, P. (2005) Suedafrikas Kapitulation vorm Neoliberalismus. Das Argument, 262, 47, 4, November, p.543-551.
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Bond P. (2005). The Economics of Water Resources Allocation. In: Water Encyclopedia: Domestic, Municipal, and Industrial Water Supply and Waste Disposal. Jay H. Lehr (Editor-in-Chief), Jack Keeley (Editor), p215-218. More

 Bond, P. (2005) Bottom-up or top-down? Debating Globalisation, Held D (ed), Polity Press, Cambridge, p83-92.More

Bond, P. (2005). What's wrong with our energy system? In: Trouble in the Air: Global Warming and the Privatised Atmosphere. Bond P and Dada R (eds), Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal, p5-27.
     
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Bond P.(2004) ‘Il Sudafrica e L’Apartheid Globale: La Strategia Riformista Funziona?’ Alternative, 2. More

Bond P.(2004) Bankrupt Africa: Imperialism, subimperialism and financial politics. Historical Materialism, 12(4) More

Bond P.(2004) Decommodification and deglobalisation: Strategic challenges for African social movements’. Afriche e Oriente, 7(4). More

Bond P.(2004) From people, planet and prosperity to poverty, property and pollution. Development Update, 6(1). More

Bond P.(2004) From racial to class apartheid: South Africa’s frustrating decade of freedom. Monthly Review, 55(10). More

Bond P. (2004)Should the World Bank be ‘fixed’ or ‘nixed’? Reformist posturing and popular resistance. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 15(2), p85-105 More

Bond P. (2004) South Africa at 10: Left critiques’. African Review of Books, December. More

Bond P.(2004) South African tackles global apartheid: is the reform strategy working? South Atlantic Quarterly, 103(4).More

Bond P.(2004). Talk left, walk right: rhetoric and reality in the new South Africa. Global Dialogue, 6(4). More

Bond P. (2004) The ANC’s ‘left turn’ and South African sub-imperialism. Review of African Political Economy, 31(102), p599-616.More

Bond P.(2004) Water commodification and de-commodification: South African narratives from Johannesburg to Kyoto to Cancun and back. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 15(1), p7-25. More

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