2020

Blanes, R.L. (2020) ‘The Case of Sweden and Covid-19’. Covid-19, States and Societies Series, Paper 1. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Bukowski, W. (2020) ‘Pandemic: The Italian Way’. Covid-19, States and Societies Series, Paper 3. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Domingues, J.M. (2020) ‘Brazil: Half Blind in the Coronavirus Crisis’. Covid-19, States and Societies Series, Paper 4. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

McGregor, J. (2020) ‘Covid-19 in the United Kingdom: Navigating a Global Pandemic’. Covid-19, States and Societies, Paper 8. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Mwasaga, B.G. (2020) ‘Covid-19 Pandemic: An Experience from Tanzania’. Covid-19, States and Societies, Paper 7. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Nigam, A. (2020) ‘Covid-19: The India Story’. Covid-19, States and Societies Series, Paper 5. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Sapio, F. (2020) ‘China and State Capacity in the Era of Covid-19’. Covid-19, States and Societies Series, Paper 2. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Simon-Kumars and Jonas (2020) ‘Revisioning State-Society Relationships in a Pandemic: New Zealand’s Response to Covid-19‘. Covid-19, States and Societies, Paper 9. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Soares Guimarães, A. (2020) ‘Bolivia: Legitimation Crisis and State (In)capacity’. Covid-19, States and Societies, Paper 6. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

 

2019

Olver, C. (2019) ‘Rents and Repurposing in Two South Africa Cities: Towards a typology of city governance regimes’. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Brunette, R. (2019) ‘Appointment and Removal in the Public Service and Municipalities in South Africa’. Position Papers on State Reform Series, Working Paper No. 1. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Belvedere, F. (2019) ‘Appointments and Removals in Key Criminal Justice Institutions’. Position Papers on State Reform Series, Working Paper No. 2. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Brunette, R. and J. Klaaren (2019) ‘Reforming the Public Procurement System in South Africa’. Position Papers on State Reform Series, Working Paper No. 3. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

2018

Pearson, J. and T. Ndlovu (2018) ‘”I am no longer applying straight” – Human Resource Practices in State Institutions: perspectives of public servants’. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Naidoo, V. (2018) ‘Machinery of Government change in South Africa’s Post-democratic Public Administration’. Machinery of Govt. Working Paper No. 2. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Meny-Gibert, S. (2018) ‘Shifting power, shifting rules in the South African state: the case of the Eastern Cape Education Department’. Working Paper No.2. Presented at University of the Witwatersrand.

2017

Meny-Gibert, S (2017) ‘Shifting power, shifting rules in the South African state’. Working Paper No. 1. European Conference on African Studies, Basel, July 2017.

Mohale, N. (2017) ‘The State of Housing Development Policy and Responses to Rapid Informality: A Case of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Eastern Region’. Working Paper. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Ndlovu, T. (2017) ‘Fiscal Histories of Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case of South Africa’. Fiscal Histories Working Paper No.2. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Naidoo, V. (2017) ‘Tracking the Expansionary State: Machinery of Government Change in South Africa’. Machinery of Govt. Working Paper No.1. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Olver, C., M. Buthelezi and R. Brunette (2017) ‘Party Political Funding and the South African State’. Submission to the Parliamentary Ad-hoc Committee on the Funding of Political Parties. Working Paper. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

 

2016

Olver, C. (2016) ‘State Capture at a Local Level: A Case Study of Nelson Mandela Bay’. Working Paper. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Ndlovu, T. (2016) ‘Fiscal Histories of Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case of Botswana’. Fiscal Histories Working Paper No.1. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Chipkin, I. (2016) ‘State, Capture and Revolution in Contemporary South Africa’. Working Paper. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.

Pearson, J., S. Pillay and I. Chipkin (2016) ‘State-Building in South Africa After Apartheid: The History of the National Treasury’. Working Paper. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Research Institute.