Jon Phillips
Jon Phillips
Lecturer in Sustainable Development, SOAS University of London
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The Political Economy of Energy Transitions: The Case of South Africa
L Baker, P Newell, J Phillips
New Political Economy 19 (6), 791-818, 2014
Neoliberal energy transitions in the South: Kenyan experiences
P Newell, J Phillips
Geoforum 74, 39-48, 2016
Tensions in the transition: the politics of electricity distribution in South Africa
L Baker, J Phillips
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37 (1), 177–196, 2019
Climate policy meets national development contexts: Insights from Kenya and Mozambique
LO Naess, P Newell, A Newsham, J Phillips, J Quan, T Tanner
Global Environmental Change 35, 534-544, 2015
Sovereignty, the ‘resource curse’ and the limits of good governance: a political economy of oil in Ghana
J Phillips, E Hailwood, A Brooks
Review of African Political Economy 43 (147), 26-42, 2016
The governance of clean energy in India: The clean development mechanism (CDM) and domestic energy politics
J Phillips, P Newell
Energy Policy 59, 654-662, 2013
The Political Economy of Low Carbon Energy in Kenya
P Newell, J Phillips, A Pueyo, E Kirumba, N Ozor, K Urama
IDS Working Papers 2014 (445), 1-38, 2014
Governance and technology transfer in the Clean Development Mechanism in India
J Phillips, K Das, P Newell
Global Environmental Change 23 (6), 1594-1604, 2013
Just conservation: On the fairness of sharing benefits
A Martin, A Akol, J Phillips
The Justices and Injustices of Ecosystem Services, 69-91, 2013
Pursuing clean energy equitably
P Newell, J Phillips, DR Mulvaney
Human Development Research Papers, 2011
The Political Economy of Clean Development in India: CDM and Beyond
P Newell, J Phillips, P Purohit
IDS Bulletin 42 (3), 89-96, 2011
Who’s in charge of Sino-African resource politics? Situating African state agency in Ghana
J Phillips
African Affairs 118 (470), 101-124, 2019
Scales of governance: translating multiscalar transitional pathways in South Africa’s energy landscape
F Caprotti, S Essex, J Phillips, J de Groot, L Baker
Energy Research & Social Science, 2020
The materiality of precarity: Gender, race and energy infrastructure in urban South Africa
J Phillips, S Petrova
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 53 (5), 1031-1050, 2021
Order and the offshore: the territories of deep-water oil production
J Phillips
Territory Beyond Terra, 51-67, 2018
Governing clean energy in India
J Phillips, P Newell, P Purohit
Governance of Clean Development Working Paper 17, 2011
From crisis to context: Reviewing the future of sustainable charcoal in Africa
A Branch, FK Agyei, JG Anai, SL Apecu, A Bartlett, E Brownell, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 87, 102457, 2022
Triple Wins? Prospects for Pro-poor, Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Energy Services in Kenya
J Phillips, P Newell, A Pueyo
Making Climate Compatible Development Happen, 114-129, 2017
Governing clean development: What have we learnt?
P Newell, J Phillips
The Governance of Clean Development: CDM and Beyond, Briefing 3, 2011
‘Candles are not bright enough’: Inclusive urban energy transformations in spaces of urban inequality?
F Caprotti, J Phillips, S Petrova, S Bouzarovski, S Essex, J de Groot, ...
African Cities and Collaborative Futures: Urban Platforms and Metropolitan …, 2021
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