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Papaioannou, Theo; Watkins, Andrew; Mugwagwa, Julius and Kale, Dinar (2016). Industry Associations and the Politics of Making Medicines in South Africa. In: 28th SASE Annual Meeting: Moral Economies, Economic Moralities, 24-26 Jun 2016, University of California Berkeley.

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Papaioannou, Theo; Watkins, Andrew; Mugwagwa, Julius and Kale, Dinar (2015). Industry Associations and the Changing Politics of Making Medicines in South Africa. In: Mackintosh, Maureen; Banda, Geoffrey; Tibandebage, Paula and Wamae, Watu eds. Making Medicines in Africa: the Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health. International Political Economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 261–277.

Banda, Geoffrey; Mugwagwa, Julius; Ndomondo-Sigonda, Margareth and Kale, Dinar (2015). Pharmaceutical Standards in Africa: The Road to Improvement and Their Role in Technological Capability Upgrading. In: Mackintosh, Maureen; Banda, Geoffrey; Wamae, Watu and Tibandebage, Paula eds. Making Medicines in Africa: The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 224–242.

Mugwagwa, Julius (2015). Innovating for public health: Towards harmonized medicines regulatory systems in Africa. International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development, 14(3) pp. 163–177.

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Mugwagwa, Julius (2013). Revealing the footprint: supranational organizations andtransnational governance of biotechnology in southern Africa. Regional Science Policy and Practice, 5(1) pp. 135–148.

Mugwagwa, Julius; Hanlin, Rebecca; Chataway, Jo and Muraguri, Lois (2013). The Role of the Product Development Partnership as a Translational Mechanism for Delivering Health Solutions in Low-Resource Settings. In: Mittra, James and Milne, Christopher-Paul eds. Translational Medicine: The Future of Therapy. Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd, pp. 233–256.

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Mugwagwa, Julius (2010). Alone or together? Can cross-national convergence of biosafety systems contribute to food security in SSA? Journal of International Development, 22(3) pp. 352–366.

Mugwagwa, Julius T.; Wamae, Watu and Outram, Simon M. (2010). Agricultural innovation and food security in Sub-Saharan Africa: Tracing connections and missing links. Journal of International Development, 22(3) pp. 283–288.

Mugwagwa, Julius; Hanlin, Rebecca; Iluyemi, Adesina; Chataway, Jo; Wield, David and Smith, James (2010). Systems of health innovation in Africa: policy lessons from home and abroad. In: Second Science with Africa Conference, 23-25 Jun 2010, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Wamae, Watu and Mugwagwa, Julius (2010). Reconciling multiple interests in policy making: the case of biotechnology and agricultural innovation in Africa. In: Second Science with Africa Conference, 23-25 Jun 2010, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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Mugwagwa, Julius T. and Rutivi, Cathy (2009). Socio-economic impact of GMOs on African consumers. In: Buntzel, Rudolf ed. Genetic Engineering and Food Sovereignty: Reader on Studies and Experiences. Bonn, Germany: Church Development Service (EED), pp. 55–66.

Chataway, Joanna; Chaturvedi, Kalpana; Hanlin, Rebecca; Mugwagwa, Julius; Smith, James and Wield, David (2009). Building the case for systems of health innovation in Africa. In: Kalua, Fetson; Awotedu, Abolade; Kamwanja, Leonard and Saka, John eds. Science, Technology and Innovation for Public Health in Africa. Pretoria, Republic of South Africa: NEPAD Office of Science and Technology, pp. 7–52.

Mugwagwa, Julius (2009). Ever-changing policy context: the one stable threat to biotech governance in Africa? In: Lyall, Catherine; Papaioannou, Theo and Smith, James R. eds. The Limits to Governance: The Challenge of Policy-Making for the New Life Sciences. Farnham, UK: Ashagate, pp. 171–190.

Mugwagwa, Julius (2009). Collaboration in biotechnology governance: why should African countries worry about those among them that are technologically weak? International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 8(3) pp. 265–279.

Kilonzo, Susan M. and Mugwagwa, Julius T. (2009). Societal beliefs, scientific technologies and HIV/AIDS in Africa: facing the challenge of integrating local communities in Kenya and Zimbabwe. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 8(3) pp. 249–264.

Chataway, J.; Chaturvedi, K.; Hanlin, R.; Mugwagwa, J.; Wield, D. and Smith, J. (2009). Technological trends and opportunities to combat diseases of the poor in Africa. In: Kalua, Fetson; Awotedu, Abolade; Kamwanja, Leonard and Saka, John eds. Science, Technology and Innovation for Public Health in Africa. Pretoria, Republic of South Africa.: NEPAD Office of Science and Technology, pp. 53–93.

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Mnyulwa, Doreen and Mugwagwa, Julius (2005). Agricultural biotechnology in southern Africa: A regional synthesis. In: Omamo, Steven Were and von Grebmer, Klaus eds. Biotechnology, Agriculture and Food Security in Southern Africa. Washington DC/Harare: International Food Policy Research Institute, pp. 13–36.

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