Havice, E and A. Zalik (2019). “Ocean Frontiers: Epistemologies, Jurisdictions, Commodifications – Introduction to the special issue on Ocean Frontiers.” International Social Science Journal. doi/abs/10.1111/issj.12198

Zalik, A. (2019 .)“Mining the seabed, enclosing the Area: proprietary knowledge and the geopolitics of the extractive frontier beyond national jurisdiction.” International social science journal.

Cervantes, A. H., & A. Zalik (2018). “Canadian Capital and the Denationalization of the Mexican Energy Sector: A Geojuridical Approach.” Journal of Latin American Geography, 17(3), 42-72.

Gilbert, L., & A. Zalik. (2018). “The limits of audit culture extractivism: Risk and reinsurance in Canadian oil transport by rail and pipeline.” Extractive Industries and Society.

Carter, A., G. Fraser and A. Zalik (2017). Environmental Policy Convergence in Canada’s Fossil Fuel Provinces? Regulatory Streamlining, Impediments, and Drift. Canadian Public Policy. 43 (1).

S. Killoran-McKibbin and A. Zalik (2016).  “Rethinking the Extractive/ Productive Binary under Neoliberalism” in Springer, MacLeavy and Birch (eds.) The Handbook of Neoliberalism, Routledge.

I. Osuoka and A. Zalik (2016). “Wealth and Oil, No Change There” in Handbook on Wealth and the Super Rich. I. Hay and J. Beaverstock (eds). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Zalik, A. (2016). “Duty to consult or License to Operate?  Corporate Social Practice and Industrial Conflict in the Alberta Tar Sands and the Nigerian Niger Delta” in Laurie Adkin (ed). First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta. University of Toronto Press.

Carter, A. and A. Zalik (2016). “Fossil Capitalism and the Rentier State: Towards a Political Ecology of Alberta’s Oil Economy” in Laurie Adkin (ed). First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta. University of Toronto Press.

Zalik, A. (2015). “Resource Sterilization: Reserve Replacement, Financial Risk and Environmental Review in Canada’s Tar Sands”. Environment and Planning A, 47, 12: 2446-2464.

Zalik, A. (2015). “On Huber’s Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom and the Forces of Capital” Book Review Forum. Cultural Geographies, October 22: 743-746.

Michelle Arroyo and A. Zalik. (2015). “Displacement and Denationalization: The Mexican Gulf 75 Years after the Expropriation” Area doi: 10.1111/area.12183

Zalik, A. (2015). “Trading on the Offshore: Territorialization and the Ocean Grab in the International Seabed” p 173-190. K. Ervine and G. Fridell (eds). In Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics and Power, Palgrave MacMillan.

Zalik, A. (2015). “Vicious Transparency: Contesting Canada’s Hydrocarbon Future ” p 354-370 , Hannah Appel, Arthur Mason, Michael Watts (eds). In Subterranean Estates: Life Worlds of Oil and Gas. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Zalik, A. (2015). “Transparency, Auditability and the Contradictions of Corporate Social Responsibility”, Charlotte Walker-Said (ed) Corporate Social Responsibility? University of Chicago Press.

Zalik, A. (2014). “Transparency and Its Other: Studying the Oil Industry” at invited to the University of Arizona’s Public Political Ecology Lab special blog series on Extractive Industries and Indigenous Peoples, November16.

Ghomeshi, K and A. Zalik (2013). “Corporate Privacy and Environmental Review at Export Development Canada” Intervention to Antipode Foundation site

Zalik, A. (2012). “The Race to the Bottom and the Demise of the Landord: The Struggle over Petroleum Revenues Historically and Comparatively” in John Andrew McNeish and Owen Logan (eds) Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socio-Economics of Oil and Gas.  Pluto Press,  267-286.

Zalik, A. (2011). “Protest as Violence in Oilfields: The Contested Representation of Profiteering in Two Extractive Sites” in S. Feldman, C. Geisler and G. Menon (eds)  Accumulating Insecurity: Violence and Dispossession in the Making of Everyday Life.  University of Georgia Press,  215-239.

Zalik, A. (2011). “Shipping the Next Prize” in Christopher Sellers and Joseph Melling (eds) Dangerous Trade: Histories of Industrial Hazard across a Globalizing World. Temple University Press, 87-98.

Zalik, A. (2011). “Labeling Oil, Reconstituting Governance” in Cyril Obi and Siri Rustad (eds.). Oil and Insurgency in the Niger Delta. London: Zed Books,  184-199.

Zalik, A. (2010). “Marketing and Militarizing Elections: Social Protest, Extractive Security and the De/legitimation of Civilian Transition in Nigeria and Mexico” in Philip McMichael (ed) Contesting Development: Critical Struggles for Social Change. Routledge, 83-97.

Zalik, A. (2010). “Volatilidad y mediación en diferentes campos petroleros: Las Arenas Bituminosas y el Delta del Níger como lugares en controversia.” (`Volatility and Mediation across Oilfields: The Tar Sands and the Niger Delta as Contested Sites` In Umbrales 20 Hydrocarbons, Politics and Society. Bolivia, CIDES La Paz.

Osuoka, A. and A. Zalik. (2010.)”The Dilemmas of Global Resistance against Extractive Capital: The Oilwatch Network in Africa.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Zalik, A. (2010).“Oil Futures: Shell’s Scenarios and the Social Constitution of the Global Oil Market” in Geoforum 41, 4, 553-564.

Zalik, A. (2009).“Zones of Exclusion: Offshore Extraction and Physical Displacement in the Nigerian Delta and the Mexican Gulf.” Antipode. 41, 3. 557-582.

Zalik, A. (2008). “Liquefied Natural Gas and Fossil Capitalism.” Monthly Review. November. Special Issue on Ecology. 60, 6. 41-52.

Peterside, S. and A. Zalik. (2009). “The Commodification of Violence in the Niger Delta” in Leo Panitch and Colin Leys (eds). Violence Today: Actually Existing Barbarism: Socialist Register 2009. Monthly Review Press

Zalik, A. (2008). “Oil Sovereignties: Ecology and Nationality in the Nigerian Delta and the Mexican Gulf” in Extractive Economies and Conflicts in the Global South K. Omeje (ed).  Ashgate, 181-198.

Zalik, A. (2006). “Re-regulating the Mexican Gulf Working Paper. No 15.  Center for Latin American Studies, University of California at Berkeley.

Zalik,. A. (2004). “The Peace of the Graveyard: The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in the Niger Delta.” Van Der Pijl, K., Assassi, L., & Wigan, D. (Eds.). (2004). Global regulation: managing crises after the imperial turn. Palgrave Macmillan.

Zalik, A. (2004). “The Niger Delta: Petro-Violence and Partnership Development”. Review of African Political Economy. No. 101, 4. 401-424.