Journal Articles

Horner, R. (2019) ‘Towards a new paradigm of global development? Beyond the limits of international development‘, Progress in Human Geography. DOI: Blog post here

Horner, R. and D. Hulme (2019) ‘From international development to global development: new geographies of 21st century global development‘, Development and Change, 50 (2), 347-378. DOI: 10.1111/dech.12379 Blog post here

Horner, R. and D. Hulme (2019) ‘Global development, converging divergence and development studies: a rejoinder‘, Development and Change, 50 (2), 495-510. DOI: 10.1111/dech.12496 Blog post here

Horner, R. and K. Nadvi (2018) ‘Global value chains and the rise of the global South: unpacking twenty-first century polycentric trade‘, Global Networks, 18 (2), 207-237. Blog post here

Horner, R. and J.T. Murphy (2018) ‘South-South and South-North globalisation: diverging socio-spatial practices of Indian pharmaceutical firms’, Global Networks, 18 (2), 326-351. Blog post here

Horner, R., S. Schindler, D. Haberly and Y. Aoyama (2018) ‘Globalization, uneven development and the North-South ‘big-switch‘, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 11 (1), 17-33. Post on The Conversation drawing from this article here

Horner, R. (2017) ‘Beyond facilitator? State roles in global value chains and global production networks‘, Geography Compass11 (2), DOI: 10.1111/gec3.12307 Blog post here

Horner, R. (2016) ‘A new economic geography of trade and development? Governing South-South trade, value chains and production networks”, Territory, Politics, Governance, 4 (4), 400-420. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2016) ‘Pharmaceuticals and the global South: a healthy challenge for development theory?’, Geography Compass, 10 (9), 363-377. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2015) ‘Responding to the rising power “threat”: pharmaceutical MNEs and the IP “institutional void”’, Critical Perspectives on International Business, 11 (3/4), 285-300. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2014) ‘Postgraduate encounters with sub-disciplinary divides: entering the economic/development geography trading zone’, Area, 46 (4), 435-442. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2014) ‘Strategic decoupling, recoupling and global production networks: India’s pharmaceutical industry’, Journal of Economic Geography, 14 (6), 1117-1140. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2014) ‘The impact of patents on innovation, technology transfer and health: a pre- and post-TRIPs analysis of India’s pharmaceutical industry’, New Political Economy, 19 (3), 384-406.

Horner, R. and Y. Aoyama (2009) ‘Limits to FDI-driven growth in Ireland: A newspaper content analysis for investment, upgrading and divestment’, Irish Geography, 42 (2), 185-205. [Re-published in Carmody, P. and P. Kirby (eds.) (2009) The Legacy of Ireland’s Economic Expansion: Geographies of the Celtic Tiger, Routledge, London].

Journal commentaries

Horner, R. (2018) ‘From Divergence big time, to converging divergence‘, Regions e-Zine,

Horner, R. (2014) ‘Pharmaceuticals: patents and beyond’, Yojana, February (special issue on public health): 52-55.

Horner, R. (2013) ‘The global relevance of India’s pharmaceutical patent laws’, Economic and Political Weekly, XLVIII (31), 16-18.

Working Papers

Horner, R. and M. Alford (2019) ‘The roles of the state in global value chains: an update and emerging agenda‘, GDI Working Paper 2019-036, Manchester: University of Manchester. Blog post here

Horner, R. (2017) ‘What is global development?’, GDI Working Paper 2017-020, Manchester: University of Manchester.

Horner, R. and D. Hulme (2017) ‘Converging divergence? Unpacking the new geography of 21st century global development’, GDI Working Paper 2017-010, Manchester: University of Manchester. Blog post here

Book Chapters

Horner, R. and P. Carmody (2020) ‘Global North/South‘, in Kobayashi, A. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Oxford: Elsevier. Vol. 6, pp. 181-187.

Horner, R. and M. Alford (2019) ‘The roles of the state in global value chains’, in Ponte, S., G. Gereffi and G. Raj-Reichert (eds.) Handbook on global value chains, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. pp. 555-569.

Horner, R. (2019) ‘India’s pharmaceutical industry and the enduring public regulation challenge’, in Arora, B., P. Budhwar and D. Jyoti (eds.) Business responsibility and sustainability in India: sectoral analysis of voluntary governance initiatives, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 275-304.

Kleibert, J. and R. Horner (2018) ‘Geographies of global production networks‘, in Kloosterman, R., V. Mamadouh and P. Terhorst (eds.) Handbook on the geographies of globalization, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. pp. 222-234.

Aoyama, Y. and R. Horner (2011) ‘Service innovation’, in Cooke, P., B. Asheim, R. Boschma, R. Martin, D. Schwartz and F. Todtling (eds.) Handbook of regional innovation and growth, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. pp. 363-379.

Book Reviews

Horner, R. (2019) ‘Multipolar globalization: emerging economies and development‘, J.N. Pieterse, Book Review, Canadian Journal of Development Studies / Revue canadienne d’études du développement, ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print), pp. 1–2.

Horner, R., B. Sanyal, E. Schoenberger, M. Storper, Y. Aoyama and B. Parthasarathy (2018) ‘The rise of the hybrid domain: Collaborative governance for social innovation‘, Book Review Fora, The AAG Review of Books, 6 (2), 133-140.

Horner, R. (2016) ‘The Rise of the BRICS in Africa: The Geopolitics of South-South Relations’, P. Carmody, Book Review, International Development Planning Review, 38 (3), 339-340.

Horner, R. (2014) ‘The future of South-South economic relations’, A. Najam and R. Thrasher (eds.), Book Review, Economic Geography, 90 (2), 241-242.

Horner, R. (2013) ‘India’s new economic policy: A critical analysis’, W. Ahmed, A. Kundu and R. Peet (eds.), Book Review, Contemporary South Asia, 21 (3), 345-346.

Aoyama, Y. and R. Horner (2010) ‘World Bank World Development Report 2009’, Book Review, Journal of Regional Science, 50 (5), 1001-1004.

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