Dr Jon Phillips
Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Key publications



Phillips J (In Press). Who's in charge of Sino-African resource politics? Situating African state agency in Ghana. African Affairs Full text.
Phillips J (2018). Order and the offshore: the territories of deepwater oil production. In Peters K, Steinberg P, Stratford E (Eds.) Territory Beyond Terra, London: Rowman & Littlefield International. Full text.
Newell P, Phillips J (2016). Neoliberal energy transitions in the South: Kenyan experiences. Geoforum, 74, 39-48. Full text. DOI.
Phillips J, Hailwood E, Brooks AR (2016). Sovereignty, the ‘resource curse’ and the limits of good governance: a political economy of oil in Ghana. Review of African Political Economy, 43, 26-42. DOI.
Baker L, Newell P, Phillips J (2014). The political economy of energy transitions: the case of South Africa. New Political Economy, 19, 791-818. DOI.
Phillips J, Das K, Newell P (2013). Governance and technology transfer in the Clean Development Mechanism in India. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1594-1604. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Phillips J (In Press). Who's in charge of Sino-African resource politics? Situating African state agency in Ghana. African Affairs Full text.
Newell P, Phillips J (2016). Neoliberal energy transitions in the South: Kenyan experiences. Geoforum, 74, 39-48. Full text. DOI.
Phillips J, Hailwood E, Brooks AR (2016). Sovereignty, the ‘resource curse’ and the limits of good governance: a political economy of oil in Ghana. Review of African Political Economy, 43, 26-42. DOI.
Naess LO, Newell P, Newsham A, Phillips J, Quan J, Tanner T (2015). Climate policy meets national development contexts: Insights from Kenya and Mozambique. Global Environmental Change, 35, 534-544. Full text. DOI.
Baker L, Newell P, Phillips J (2014). The political economy of energy transitions: the case of South Africa. New Political Economy, 19, 791-818. DOI.
Phillips J, Das K, Newell P (2013). Governance and technology transfer in the Clean Development Mechanism in India. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1594-1604. DOI.
Phillips J, Newell P (2013). The governance of clean energy in India: the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and domestic energy politics. Energy Policy, 59, 654-662. DOI.
Newell P, Phillips J, Purohit P (2011). The political economy of clean development in India: CDM and beyond. IDS Bulletin, 42, 89-96. DOI.

Chapters

Phillips J (2018). Order and the offshore: the territories of deepwater oil production. In Peters K, Steinberg P, Stratford E (Eds.) Territory Beyond Terra, London: Rowman & Littlefield International. Full text.
Phillips J, Newell P, Pueyo A (2017). Triple wins? Prospects for pro-poor, low carbon, climate resilient energy services in Kenya. In Nunan F (Ed) Making Climate Compatible Development Happen, London: Routledge, 114-129.  Full text.
Martin A, Akol A, Phillips J (2013). Just conservation? on the fairness of sharing benefits. In Sikor T (Ed) The Justices and Injustices of Ecosystems Services, Abingdon: Taylor and Francis, 69-91.  Full text. DOI.

Reports

Newell P, Phillips J, Pueyo A, Kirumba E, Ozor N, Urama K (2014). The political economy of low carbon energy in Kenya. Brighton, Institute of Development Studies.
Newell P, Phillips J, Pueyo A (2014). The political economy of low carbon energy in Kenya: Climate Compatible Development in Kenya. Brighton, STEPS Centre.
Newell P, Phillips J (2011). Governing clean development: What have we learnt?. Norwich, University of East Anglia.
Newell P, Phillips J, Mulvaney D (2011). Pursuing Clean Energy Equitably. New York, UNDP Human Development Research Office. Full text.

Publications by year



In Press

Phillips J (In Press). Who's in charge of Sino-African resource politics? Situating African state agency in Ghana. African Affairs Full text.

2018

Phillips J (2018). Order and the offshore: the territories of deepwater oil production. In Peters K, Steinberg P, Stratford E (Eds.) Territory Beyond Terra, London: Rowman & Littlefield International. Full text.

2017

Phillips J, Newell P, Pueyo A (2017). Triple wins? Prospects for pro-poor, low carbon, climate resilient energy services in Kenya. In Nunan F (Ed) Making Climate Compatible Development Happen, London: Routledge, 114-129.  Full text.

2016

Newell P, Phillips J (2016). Neoliberal energy transitions in the South: Kenyan experiences. Geoforum, 74, 39-48. Full text. DOI.
Phillips J, Hailwood E, Brooks AR (2016). Sovereignty, the ‘resource curse’ and the limits of good governance: a political economy of oil in Ghana. Review of African Political Economy, 43, 26-42. DOI.

2015

Naess LO, Newell P, Newsham A, Phillips J, Quan J, Tanner T (2015). Climate policy meets national development contexts: Insights from Kenya and Mozambique. Global Environmental Change, 35, 534-544. Full text. DOI.

2014

Baker L, Newell P, Phillips J (2014). The political economy of energy transitions: the case of South Africa. New Political Economy, 19, 791-818. DOI.
Newell P, Phillips J, Pueyo A, Kirumba E, Ozor N, Urama K (2014). The political economy of low carbon energy in Kenya. Brighton, Institute of Development Studies.
Newell P, Phillips J, Pueyo A (2014). The political economy of low carbon energy in Kenya: Climate Compatible Development in Kenya. Brighton, STEPS Centre.

2013

Phillips J, Das K, Newell P (2013). Governance and technology transfer in the Clean Development Mechanism in India. Global Environmental Change, 23, 1594-1604. DOI.
Martin A, Akol A, Phillips J (2013). Just conservation? on the fairness of sharing benefits. In Sikor T (Ed) The Justices and Injustices of Ecosystems Services, Abingdon: Taylor and Francis, 69-91.  Full text. DOI.
Phillips J, Newell P (2013). The governance of clean energy in India: the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and domestic energy politics. Energy Policy, 59, 654-662. DOI.

2011

Newell P, Phillips J (2011). Governing clean development: What have we learnt?. Norwich, University of East Anglia.
Newell P, Phillips J, Mulvaney D (2011). Pursuing Clean Energy Equitably. New York, UNDP Human Development Research Office. Full text.
Newell P, Phillips J, Purohit P (2011). The political economy of clean development in India: CDM and beyond. IDS Bulletin, 42, 89-96. DOI.