Department of Development Studies

Publications

  • Nchungo, Josephat. Trade liberalization a case or a blessing for developing countries? A case of China and Zambia.
  • Nchungo, Josephat. Forum on Africa – China cooperation: is it another form of colonialism?
  • Kanenga, Haggai. Understanding Sino – Zambia trade relations: an empirical analysis
  • Kanenga, Haggai. China’s engagement with Zambia: trade, investment, development assistance
  • Kanenga, Haggai. One belt one road strategy in China and economic development in the concerned countries.
  • Lipalile, Mufana. The role of economic liberalism and globalization in maintaining an equal economic and power relations in the south: perspectives, prospects and challenges
  • Lipalile, Mufana. Humanity, social economic justice and sustainable development: an analysis of perspectives, issues and trends.
  • Lipalile, Mufana. Culture, indigenous knowledge and sustainable societal development: perspectives, challenges and opportunities
  • Munalula, Mulonda, Kaliba, Matildah Hapunda. The impact of Chinese foreign direct investment on local communities in Zambia: the case of extractive industries.
  • Mulonda, M and Mubita, A. Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Reality or Rhetoric of Development- Review of Literature. World Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2017
  • Mulonda, M and Mubita, A (2017), Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Reality or Rhetoric of Development- Review of Literature, published in World Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2017, Vol.3, No.1, 1-7.
  • Matenga, C.R. Outgrowers and livelihoods: The case of Magobbo smallholder block farming in Mazabuka district in Zambia. Journal of Southern African Studies. Vol.43
  • Matenga, C.R (2017) Outgrowers and livelihoods: The case of Magobbo smallholder block farming in Mazabuka district in Zambia, in Journal of Southern African Studies. Vol.43, No.3, 551 – 566. DOI: 10.1080/03057070.2016.1211402 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2016.1211402).
  • Matenga, C.R. Impacts of large-scale land and agricultural commercialisation on livelihoods in Africa: insights from three models in Zambia. Journal of peasant Studies.
  • Matenga, C.R (2017) Impacts of large-scale land and agricultural commercialisation on livelihoods in Africa: insights from three models in Zambia, in Journal of peasant Studies, Vol.44, No.3, pp.574-593. DOI:10.1080/03066150.2016.1276449 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2016.1276449).
  • Mubita, A, Mulonda, M and Libati, M. The importance and limitations of participation in development projects and programmes    Scientific Journal Vol.13, No.5 2017.
  • Mubita, A, Mulonda, M and Libati, M, (2017). The importance and limitations of participation in development projects and programmes, in European Scientific Journal, Vol.13, No.5, pp.238 – 251. Doi: 10.19044/esj.2017.v13n5p238. 1857 - 7881.
  • Mubita, A, Munalula Mulonda; M. Libati; S. Mwale; V. Kanyamuna. Urban informality and Small Scale Enterprise (SME) development in Zambia: An exploration of theory and practice    Journal of behavioural economics, finance, entrepreneurship, accounting and transport Vol.5, No.1.
  • Mubita, A, Munalula Mulonda; M. Libati; S. Mwale; V. Kanyamuna, (2017) Urban informality and Small Scale Enterprise (SME) development in Zambia: An exploration of theory and practice, in Journal of behavioural economics, finance, entrepreneurship, accounting and transport, Vol.5, No.1, pp.19 – 29. Doi: 10.12691/jbe-5-1-3.
  • Munalula Mulonda, Mubita, A. Foreign Direct Investment in Africa – Rhetoric or reality of development: A review of literature    World Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Vol.3, No.1 2017.
  • Munalula Mulonda, Mubita, A (2017) Foreign Direct Investment in Africa – Rhetoric or reality of development: A review of literature, in World Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.3, No.1, pp.1 – 7. Doi: 10.1269/wjssh-3-1-1.
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