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1978 Nigeria Issue. Review of African Political Economy. 13, 1-7.
1980 Carolyn Baylies, Dianne Bolton, and Gavin Williams. Editorial. Consciousness and Class (with Carolyne Baylies and Dianne Bolton). Review of African Political Economy,19, 1-7.
1984 Morris Szeftel amd Gavin Williams, Resistance and Resettlement in South Africa (with). Editorial. Review of African Political Economy 29, 1-12.
1985 Lionel Cliffe, Shubi Ishemo and Gavin Williams, The Review, Intellectuals and the Left in Africa, Review Of African Political Economy 32, 1-13.
1985 Pepe Roberts and Gavin Williams. Market Forces, Review Of African Political Economy 34,1-3.
1986 Carolyn Baylies, Robin Cohen and Gavin Williams, The struggle for spoils (with Carolyn Baylies and Robin Cohen). Review Of African Political Economy 35, 1-3.
1986 Tajudeen Abdulraheem, Adebayo Olukoshi, Abdul Rauf Mustapha, and Gavin Williams. Oil, Debts and Democracy: Nigeria. Review of African Political Economy 37, 6-10.
1988 Chris Allen, Pepe Roberts and Gavin Williams. Socialism, democracy and popular struggles. Review of African Political Economy, 41, 1-4. (pp. 1-2 on Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau).
1994 Colin Murray and Gavin Williams. Land and Freedom in South Africa (with Colin Murray). Review of African Political Economy 61, 315-324. ISSN 0305-6244
1985 Marketing without and with marketing boards: the origins of state marketing boards in Nigeria. Review Of African Political Economy 34, pp. 4-15.
1988 The World Bank revisited: a review of the World Bank’s Nigeria: Agricultural sector reviews. Review Of African Political Economy 43, 42-67.
2004 Political economies, democratic citizenship and African studies. Review of African Political Economy, 102, pp. 567-579.
1983 The World Bank and Nigeria’s ‘green revolution’: a review. Review Of African Political Economy 27-28, 192-196.
1985 Response. 120-121. To Ahmed Gurnah, Whither paradigm, review of Chris Allen and Gavin Williams, eds. Sub-Saharan Africa. 116-121,
1987 Lionel Cliffe, Pepe Roberts, Alfred Zack-Williams and Gavin Williams. ‘News and Notes’. Polish-Soviet Conference on African Development, 117-119.
2000 Review of Doctrines of Development, by M.P. Cowen and R.W. Shenton, Routledge 1996.
Abdul Raufu Mustapha, Reginald Cline-Cole and Gary Littlejohn, Raufu Mustapha, Markets and identities in Africa: honouring Gavin Williams, 209-212.
Joachim Winfried Ewert, A force for good? Markets, cellars and labour in the South African wine industry after apartheid, 213-235,
Lionel Cliffe, Neoliberal accumulation and class: a tribute to Gavin Williams, 213-234,
Anne Pitcher, Was privatisation necessary and did it work? The case of South Africa, 234-260.
Kate Meagher, Weber meets Godzilla/ social networks and the spirit of capitalism in Eastern Nigeria, 261-278,
Timothy Sizwe Phakati, Worker agency in colonial, apartheid and post-apartheid gold mining work, 279-294.
Kathryn Nwajiaku, The political economy of oil and rebellion in Nigeria’s Niger Delta, 295-314.