Lineages of Revolt: Issues of Contemporary Capitalism in the Middle East.
Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States.
New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Edited Books or Journal Volumes
Hanieh, Adam and AlShehabi, Omar and Khalaf, Abdulhadi, eds.
Transit States: Labour, Migration and Citizenship in the Gulf.
'States of Exclusion: Migrant Work in the Gulf Arab States.'
In: Choudry, Aziz and Hlatshwayo, Mondli, (eds.),
Just Work? Migrant Workers' Struggles Today.
London: Pluto Press.
'Re-scaling Egypt's political economy: neoliberalism and the transformation of the regional space.'
In: Abou-El-Fadl, Reem, (ed.),
Abingdon; New York: Routledge, pp. 156-176.
'Mapping the political economy of neoliberalism in the Arab world.'
In: Mattei, Ugo and Haskell, John, (eds.),
Research Handbook on Political Economy and Law.
(Research Handbooks on Globalisation and the Law Series)
'A 'Single War': The Political Economy of Intervention in the Middle East and Central Asia.'
In: Klassen, Jerome and Albo, Greg, (eds.),
Empire's Ally: Canada and the War in Afghanistan.
University of Toronto Press.
'Middle East, Labor Migration.'
In: Ness, Immanuel, (ed.),
The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration.
'International financial institutions and Egypt.'
African Awakening: The Emerging Revolutions.
'Prisoners and Prison Conditions.'
In: Rubenberg, Cheryl, (ed.),
Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Colorado: Lynne Reinner Publishers.
'Praising Empire: Neo-liberalism Under Pax Americana.'
In: Mooers, Colin, (ed.),
The New Imperialists: Ideologies of Empire.
London: One World Press, pp. 167-199.
'The Politics of Curfew in the Occupied Territories.'
In: Benin, Joel and Stein, Rebecca, (eds.),
The Struggle for Sovereignty: Palestine and Israel, 1993-2005.
California: Stanford University Press.
'Absent Regions: Spaces of Financialisation in the Arab World.'
'Review Essay: Egypt's Long Revolution.'
Development and Change.
El-Zein, Abbas and DeJong, Jocelyn and Fargues, Philippe and Hanieh, Adam
'Who's been left behind? Why sustainable development goals fail the Arab world.'
The Lancet, 388 (10040).
'A Brief History of ISIS.'
'Shifting Priorities or Business as Usual? Continuity and Change in the post-2011 IMF and World Bank Engagement with Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt.'
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 42 (1).
'Capital, Labor, and State: Rethinking the Political Economy of Oil in the Gulf.'
The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Middle-Eastern and North African History [Online].
'Development through Unity. Assessing ESCWA's Arab Integration: A 21st Century Development Imperative.'
Development and Change, 46 (4).
Buckley, Michelle and Hanieh, Adam
'Diversification by Urbanization: Tracing the Property-Finance Nexus in Dubai and the Gulf.'
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
'Finance, oil and the Arab uprisings: the global crisis and the Gulf states.'
Socialist Register, 48.
'Egypt's 'Orderly Transition'? International Aid and the Rush to Structural Adjustment.'
Jadaliyya - Ezine.
'The internationalisation of Gulf capital and Palestinian class formation.'
Capital and Class, 35 (1).
'Beyond Mubarak: Reframing the "Politics" and "Economics" of Egypt's Uprising.'
Studies in Political Economy, 87.
'Khaleeji-Capital: Class-Formation and Regional Integration in the Middle-East Gulf.'
Historical Materialism, 18 (2).
'Temporary Migrant Labour and the Spatial Structuring of Class in the Gulf Cooperation Council.'
Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies, 2 (3).
'Hierarchies of a Global Market: The South and the Economic Crisis.'
Studies in Political Economy, 83.
Li, Minqi and Hanieh, Adam
'Secular Trends, Long Waves and the Cost of the State: Evidence from the Long-term Movement of the Profit Rate in the US Economy 1869-2000.'
Review: a Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Studies of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations, 29 (1).
'Review of 'Palestinian Labor Migration to Israel' by Leila Farsakh (2005).'
Journal of Palestine Studies, 36
'Egypt’s Uprising: Not Just a Question of Transition.'
Monthly Review MRZine.
'Palestine in the Middle East: Opposing Neoliberalism and US Power.'
Monthly Review MRZine.