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Abortion and Democracy: Contentious Body Politics in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay: Edited by Barbara Sutton and Nayla Luz Vacarezza, 276 pages, ISBN: 978-0367529413 (

Blog: A Sociological Critique of the Relationship Between Social Media and Activism in the Repeal Movement. (

Ilaria Michelis (2023). Contesting Gender: Young Women and Feminist Generations in Gender-Based Violence Services. Journal of Gender Studies 0(0):1–13. DOI: 10.1080/09589236.2023.2186840.

Jamie J. Hagen, Ilaria Michelis, Jennifer Philippa Eggert & Lewis Turner (2023). Learning to say ‘no’: privilege, entitlement and refusal in peace, (post)conflict and security research. Critical Studies on Security, DOI: 10.1080/21624887.2023.2208902

Li, L and Avendano, M., 2023. Lone parents' employment policy and adolescents’ socioemotional development: Quasi-experimental evidence from a UK reform. Social Science & Medicine. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.115754

McPherson, E. 2023. ‘Witnessing: Iteration and Social Change’. AI & Society, 38, pp. 1987–95.

McPherson, E. 2023. ‘Witnessing: iteration and social change’. AI & Society, 38, pp. 1987–95.


Gerry QC, F. R., Proudman, C., Rowland, A. G., Home, J., & Walton, K. (2020). Why it is time for an FGM Commissioner–practical responses to feminised issues. Family Law Journal, (2020), 1317-1327.

Alugnoa, D. N., Cousins, T., & Sato, M. (2022). "Period Poverty and Menstrual Belonging: A Matter of Climate Justice," The Lancet Planetary health, 6(7): e551–e552,

Dorschel, Robert (2022): Reconsidering Digital Labour: Bringing Tech Workers into the Debate. New Technology, Work and Employment, 37(2), 288-307.

Gasparri, G., Tcholakov, Y., Gepp, S., Guerreschi, A., Ayowole, D., Okwudili, É., Uwandu, E., Iturregui, R., Amer, S., Beaudoin, S., and M. Sato. (2022). “Integrating Youth Perspectives: Adopting a Human Rights and Public Health Approach to Climate Action,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(8): 4840,

Huang, H. (2022), Doctors’ orders: The making of status hierarchies in an elite profession. By Jenkins, Tania M., New York: Columbia University Press. 2020. pp. 352. $120 (hbk); $30 (pbk); $29.99 (ebk). ISBN: 9780231189354. Sociol Health Illn.

Liu, HY (2022) ‘When nobody listens, go online’: The ‘807’ labour movement against workplace sexism in China’s tech industry. Gender, Work and Organization. [OnlineFirst] DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12859.

Liu, HY (2022) Digital Taylorism in China’s e-commerce industry: A case study of internet professionals. Economic and Industrial Democracy. [OnlineFirst] DOI: 10.1177/0143831X211068887

Liu, HY (2022) The role of the state in influencing work conditions in China’s internet industry: Policy, evidence, and implications for industrial relations. Journal of Industrial Relations. [OnlineFirst] DOI: 10.1177/00221856211068488.

Liu, HY (forthcoming) Book Review: Positive non-intervention: the old China hands in the British Hong Kong government. Hong Kong Journal of Social Science. [In CHN]

Meghji, A. (2023). A critical synergy: race, decoloniality, and world crises. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Money (2020) translation: Korean

Wood, D., Ausserladscheider, V. and Sparkes, M. (2022). The manufactured crisis of COVID-Keynesianism in Britain, Germany and the USA. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, rsac030.

Wood, J., Ausserladscheider, V. and Sparkes, M. (2022). ‘COVID-Keynesianism’ was a short-term crisis management tactic. Neoliberal policymaking is back. LSE British Politics and Policy Blog. Available at:


Farah, A. (2021, December 14). Between Homeland and Host Land: Has ‘diaspora’ outlived its use in how we see evolving communities? [Online]. The Sociological Review Magazine.

Gerry QC, F. R., Rowland, A., Proudman, C., Home, J., & Ali, H. (2021). FGM–health, law, education and sustainable goals through upstream and downstream approaches.

Gerry, F., Proudman, C., Ali, H., Home, J., & Rowland, A. G. (2021). Widespread concerns still exist in relation to discrimination towards women and girls and FGM. Archives of disease in childhood, 106(9), 929-929.

Liu, HY (2021) The Politics of unionisation in Hong Kong: An interview with Dr Bill Taylor. Global Labour Journal 12(3): 325–331.

Liu, HY (2021) Reflections on conducting fieldwork under digital surveillance: Investigating the labour politics of China’s tech industry. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 52(1): 152–162.

Liu, HY (2021) Book review: Invisible Labour: Support Service Workers in India’s Information Technology Industry. British Journal of Industrial Relations 59(4): 1159–1160

Lewis Hood, K. 2021. In the ‘fissures of infrastructure’: poetry and toxicity in ‘Garbage Arcadia.’ Environmental Humanities, 13(1): 136-58, doi: 10.1215/22011919-8867241.

Rowland, A., Gerry, F., Proudman, C., & Home, J. (2021). The time is right to introduce an independent commissioner. British Journal of Midwifery, 29(1), 50-51.


Amundsen, R. (2020). ‘A male dominance kind of vibe': Approaching unsolicited dick pics as sexism. New Media & Society.

Home, J., Rowland, A., Gerry, F., Proudman, C., & Walton, K. (2020). A review of the law surrounding female genital mutilation protection orders. British Journal of Midwifery, 28(7), 418-429.

Liu, HY (2020) Book Review: The state and labourers in China. Hong Kong Journal of Social Science 55(2020): 153–157. [In CHN]

Liu, Z (2020) Between Business and Morality: Cultural Politics in Independent Bookshops in China. Journal of Cultural Economy, 13(4): 461–474

Sparkes, M. (2020). 'I just felt responsible for my debts': Debt stigma and class(ificatory) exploitation. In J. Gardener, M. Grey, K. Moser (Eds.). Debt and Austerity: Implications of the Financial Crisis. London: Elgar Publishing.

Sparkes, M. and Wood, J. (2020). The Political Economy of Household Debt and the Keynesian Policy Paradigm. New Political Economy.


Chaparro, Julieta, 2019. “Masters of their own Destiny: Women’s Rights and Forced Sterilizations in Peru” Thompson, Mary & Modhumita, Roy (eds). The Politics of Reproduction: Adoption, Abortion, and Surrogacy in the Age of Neoliberalism. Ohio University Press

Yildiz,Y. Y. (2019), Confession as disavowal: JİTEM officers confessing to atrocities against Kurds during the 1990s, in Kurds in Adnan Celik and Lucie Drechselova (eds) Turkey: Ethnographies of Heterogeneous Experiences, Lexington Books

Amundsen, R., 2019. “The Price of Admission”: On Notions of Risk and Responsibility in Women’s Sexting Practices. In: K. Lumsden and E. Harmer, eds. 2019. Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.145-164. 

Amundsen, R., 2019. Cruel Intentions and Social Conventions: Locating the Shame in Revenge Porn. In: D. Ging and E. Siapera, eds. 2019. Gender Hate Online: Understanding the New Anti-Feminism. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.131-149. 

Bacevic, J. 2019. Knowing Neoliberalism. Social Epistemology 33 (4), 380-392.

Bacevic, J. 2018. University under attack? Politics, contestation and agency beyond the neoliberal university. In: R. Barnett and M. Peters (eds). The Idea of the University: Contemporary Perspectives. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 21-36

Desai Manali, and Singh, Rashmi. Forthcoming ‘Chapter 18: Political Parties: Machines Politics and Clientelism’. The New Handbook of Political Sociology, edited by Janoski, Mishra, Mudge and de Leon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Grover, R.  2019. Far from the Factory? Investigating how women travel to work in rural Cote d’Ivoire. Journal of International Women's Studies, 20 (4), 24-38.

Lennox, C. and Yildiz ,Y. Y. (2019), 'Activist scholarship in human rights', The International Journal of Human Rights, DOI: 10.1080/13642987.2019.1661242

Martínez, J. y Soffia M. (2013) “Lo que reflejan los datos del registro de Incami y una aproximación descriptiva sociodemográfica de las mujeres inmigrantes en Santiago de Chile”, in V. Correa; I. Bortolotto & A. Mussait (eds.) Geografías de la espera: migrar, habitar y trabajar en la ciudad de Santiago, Chile (1990-2012), Santiago-Chile, Uqbar Editores, ISBN 978-956-9171-16-1.

Meghji, A. (2019).  Black middle class Britannia: identities, repertoires, cultural consumption. Racism, resistance and social change (series edited by John Solomos, Satnam Virdee, and Aaron Winter). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Meghji, A. (2019) ‘Post-racialism’. SAGE Encyclopaedia of Research Methods. London: SAGE.

Meghji, Ali. 2019. 'White power, racialised regimes of truth, and (in)validity’ Sentio.

Meghji, A. (Forthcoming). 'Race relations'. Routledge Encyclopaedia of Race and Racism. London: Routledge.

Meghji, A. (2019). Black middle class Britannia: identities, repertoires, cultural consumption. Racism, resistance and social change (series edited by John Solomos, Satnam Virdee, and Aaron Winter). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Meghji, A. (Forthcoming, 2020). Race and class in 21st Century Britain. Palgrave.

Proudman, C. R., & Ekaney, K. (2019). Reviewing the law on travels bans in FGM cases. Family law, 49(11), 1305-1309.

Sparkes, M. (2019). Borrowed identities: class(ification), inequality, and the role of credit-debt in class making and struggle. The Sociological Review.

Ushiyama, R. (2019) ‘Latency through uncertainty: the 1994 Matsumoto Sarin Incident as a delayed cultural trauma’. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 32(1): 21-41. 

  Zeveleva, O., & Bludova, A. (2019). Borders moving across people: Narratives of belonging among Crimean youth after 2014. Current Sociology.



Nosrati, E., Ash, M., Marmot, M., McKee, M., King, L. P. (2018). The association between income and life expectancy revisited: deindustrialization, incarceration, and the widening health gap. International Journal of Epidemiology. 47(3):720–730.

Nosrati, E.,  Jenum, A.K., Tran, A.T., Marmot, M., King, L.P. (2018). Ethnicity and place: the geography of diabetes inequalities under a strong welfare state. European Journal of Public Health. 28(1): 30–34.

Gugushvili, A., McKee, M., Murphy, M., Azarova, A., Irdam, D., Doniec, K., King, L. (2018). Intergenerational mobility in relative educational attainment and health-related behaviours. Social Indicators Research, 1-29.

Bacevic, J. 2018. With or Without U? Assemblage theory and (de)territorializing the university. Globalisation, Societies and Education17 (1), 78-91,

Booth, J. and Baert P. (2018) The Dark Side of Podemos? Carl Schmitt and Contemporary Progressive Populism (London: Routledge).

Hargreaves, J. (2018), The Cambridge companion to religion and terrorism by James R. Lewis. Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, (in preparation)

Lewis Hood, K. 2018. Clouding knowledge in the Anthropocene: Lisa Robertson’s The Weather and Caroline Bergvall’s Drift. Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, 22(2): 181-96, doi: 10.1080/14688417.2018.1472029.

Page, T. 2018. Sustaining life: Rethinking modes of agency in vulnerability. Australian Feminist Studies, 33 (98). [Link]

Sairambay, Y. (2018). On the international stage, to what extent do legacies of “imperial status” affect contemporary policies and practices of the Russian Federation? iScience, 2(34), 94-98.

Wright, Chris. Wood, Alex. Trevor, Jonathan. McLaughlin, Colm. Huang, Wei. Harney, Brian. Geelan, Torsten. Colfer, Barry. Chang, Cheng. Brown, William. (2018) Towards a New Web of Rules: An International Review of Institutional Experimentation to Strengthen Employment Protections, Employee Relations, 41 (2): 313-330.


The World Bank. 2017.  Strategic Country Diagnostic for Benin.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group

Daoud, A., Nosrati, E., Reinsberg, B., Kentikelenis, A., Stubbs, T., King, L.P. (2017). The Impact of International Monetary Fund Programs on Child Health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114(25): 6492–6497.

Desai, M. 2017. ‘The Emergence of Governance Discourse in Liberalizing India,’ in eds. Sekhar, M., Parasuraman, P, and R. Kattumuri, Governance and the Governed: Multi-Country Perspectives on State, Society, and Development. Springer: Singapore.

Ahmad, Mahvish. 15 May 2017. "On Feminism’s Fragile Army". In The New Inquiry, Vol. 60, "Shame."

Alexandrov, T. (2017). “Gap” in Ledeneva, A., Bailey, A., Barron, S., Curro, C. and Teague, E. (eds.) The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality: Understanding of Global and Cultural Complexity, Vol. 2. London: UCL Press, 47-51.

Azarova, A.,  Irdam, D., Gugushvili, A., Fazekas, M., Scheiring, G., Horvat, P., Stefler, D., Kolesnikova, I.,  Popov, V., Stuckler, D., Szelenyi, I., Marmot, M., Murphy M., McKee M., and L King. 2017, The effect of rapid privatisation on mortality in mono-industrial towns in post-Soviet Russia: a retrospective cohort study, The Lancet Public Health, 2(5): e231-e238

Azarova, A, D Irdam; A Gugushvili; M Fazekas; G Scheiring; P Horvat; D Stefler; I Kolesnikova; V Popov; D Stuckler; I Szelenyi; M Marmot; M Murphy; M McKee; M B and L King. 2017. “The effect of rapid privatisation on mortality in mono-industrial towns in post-Soviet Russia: a retrospective cohort study”, The Lancet Public Health, 2(5): e231-e238

Broms, Rasmus, Dahlström, Carl, and Fazekas, Mihaly (2017) Procurement and Competition in Swedish Municipalities. University of Gothenburg, Quality of Government Institute, Working Papers: 2017:5.

Charron, N., Dahlström, C., Fazekas, M., and Lapuente, V. (2017), Careers, Connections and Corruption Risks In Europe. Journal of Politics, 79(1), 89–104.

Chávez, C. (under review) "Penalisation and Multidimensional Poverty: Improving our understanding of poverty amongst offenders in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico." Journal of Law, Crime and Social Change

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2017. “How ‘Firm’ Should Affirmative Action Be?” Council on Hemispheric Affairs, April 24.

Cohen, S. (2018). Transforming Social Action into Social Change. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Daoud, A., Nosrati, E., Reinsberg, B., Kentikelenis, A., Stubbs, T., King L. (2017). The Impact of International Monetary Fund Programs on Child Health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114(25): 6492-6497.

Della Porta, D.; Donker, T.H.; Hall, B.; Poljarevic, E.; Ritter, D. (2017) Social Movements and Civil War: When protests for democratization fail, Routledge.

Donker, T.H., Netterstrom, K.L. (2017) The Tunisian Revolution and the Governance of Religion, Middle East Critique, vol. 26, no. 2.

Elnaiem, Mohammed. 2017. "Struggling Hand in Hand with the Kurdish Youth Movement: Dispatches from the Long March." In Your Freedom and Mine - Abdullah Ocalan and the Kurdish Question in Erdogan's Turkey: Abdullah Ocalan and the Kurdish Question in Erdogan's Turkey. Black Rose Books, pp 347-360.

Fazekas, M., (2017), Red tape, bribery and government favouritism: evidence from Europe. Crime, Law, and Social Change

Fazekas, Mihály, & Tóth, Bence, (2017), Infrastructure for whom? Corruption risks in infrastructure provision across Europe. In G. Hammerschmid, G. Kostka, & K. Wegrich (Eds.), Governance Report 2016. Governance of Infrastructure. pp. 177-202, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Fazekas, Mihály, & Tóth, István János, (2017), Corruption in EU Funds? Europe-wide evidence on the corruption effect of EU-funded public contracting. In J. Bachtler et al (Eds.), EU Cohesion Policy. Reassessing performance and direction. pp. 186-205, Routledge, London.

Fazekas, M., andCingolani, L., (2017), Breaking the cycle? How (not) to use political finance regulations to counter public procurement corruption. Slavonic & East European Review, 95(1), 76-116.

Fazekas, M., Skuhrovec, J., Wachs, J. (2017): Corruption, government turnover, and public contracting market structure – Insights using network analysis and objective corruption proxies. GTI-WP/2017:02, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute.

Gardner, Peter Robert (2017) “Diaspora, Defeatism and Dignity: Ulster Protestant Reimaginations of the Self through Ulster-Scots Americanism,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2017.1332379.

Geelan, Torsten. and Hodder, Andy. (2017) Enhancing Transnational Labour Solidarity: The Unfulfilled Promise of the Internet and Social Media, Industrial Relations Journal, 48 (4): 345-364.

Forthcoming: Navigating through an epistemic crisis: Intellectual and institutional transformations of two British think tanks in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and great recession (part of accepted thematic issue, expected 03/2018).

Gonzalez Hernando, M. (2017). Book Review:Gramsci’s Common Sense: Inequality and its Narratives. LSE Review of Books- 04/01/2017

González Hernando, M. (Accepted) Think-tanks in an era of austerity: The role of policy analysis in the global financial crisis and the great recession. Policy and Society (part of accepted special issue proposal, expected 03/2018). 

Forthcoming: (with Undurraga, Tomás) Complicidad intelectual: el caso de los expertos en economía. In: Bohoslavsky, Juan Pablo, Fernández, Karinna and Smart, Sebastián (eds.) Matar por dinero: Los cómplices económicos de la dictadura pinochetista. Santiago: LOM.

Auspurg, K., Iacovou, M. and Nicoletti, C. (2017). Housework Share Between Partners: Experimental Evidence on Gender-Specific Preferences. Social Science Research.

Huang, J., Li, W., Huang, X., Guo, L. (2017) Analysis of the Relative Sustainability of Land Devoted to Bioenergy: Comparing Land-Use Alternatives in China." Sustainability 9.5 (2017): 801.

Löblová, Olga (2017) "When Epistemic Communities Fail: Exploring the Mechanism of Policy Influence". Policy Studies Journal 10.1111/psj.12213.

Löblová, Olga (2017) "What has health technology assessment ever done for us?" Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Alessandra Ferrario et al. (2017) "The implementation of managed entry agreements in Central and Eastern Europe: findings and implications". PharmacoEconomics (First Online).

Meghji, A. (2017). Politics then and now: the enduring legacy of Stuart Hall. Cultural Studies. 31(6), 1-3

Miller et al. (2017). Impairment in active navigation from trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 140, 114-123.

Nosrati, E., Ash, M., Marmot, M., McKee, M., King, L. (2017). The association between income and life expectancy revisited: deindustrialization, incarceration, and the widening health gap. International Journal of Epidemiology. 

Nosrati, E., Jenum, A.K., Tran, A.T., Marmot, M., King, L. (2017). Ethnicity and place: the geography of diabetes inequalities under a strong welfare state. European Journal of Public Health.

Page, T. 2017. Vulnerable writing as a feminist methodological practice. Feminist Review, 115: 13-29

Page, T. A reflection on vulnerable methods of research. Feminist Review Blog. 2 May 2017. Available at:

Page, T. Imperial College and Culture Change. 5 January 2017. The 1752 Group Blog. Available at:

Iran's Rhetoric Aggression:  Instrumentalizing Foreign Policy Power through Media (2017), Iran Media Program Annenberg School for Communication.

Scheiring, G.; Stefler, D.; Irdam, D.; Fazekas, M; Azarova, A.; Kolesnikova, I;  Bobak, M.;McKee, M.; King, L; Murphy, M. (2017) The gendered effects of foreign investment and prolonged state ownership on mortality in Hungary: an indirect demographic, retrospective cohort study, The Lancet Global Health. DOI: 10.1016/S2214-109X(17)30391-1

Geelan, Torsten. Skovrind, Magnus. and Ribe, Malthe. (2017) The Highly-Educated Precariat in the Danish Labour Market, Danish Sociology, 28 (2): 27-51.

Sparkes, M., Gumy, J. and Burchell, B. (2017), “Debt: Beyond Homo Economicus”, in A. Lewis (ed), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour (Second Edition), pp. 198-233, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ariztia, T., Agloni, N., Pellandini-Simányi, L. (2017). Ethical living: relinking ethics and consumption through care in Chile and Brazil. British Journal of Sociology, doi: 10.1111/1468-4446.12265

Tóth, B., Fazekas, M. (2017): Compliance and strategic contract manipulation around single market regulatory thresholds – the case of Poland. GTI-WP/2017:01, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute.

Vartabedian, J. (in preparation), Travesti Geographies. Bodies, sexualities and Brazilian travesti migrations (under contract with Palgrave Macmillan, Series ‘Gender and Sexualities’).

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2017. “From the Pergonal Project to Kadimastem: A genealogy of Israel’s reproductive-industrial complex”. BioSocieties 12(2): pp. 282-306.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2017."Babies from behind the bars: stratified assisted reproduction in Israel/Palestine”. In Assisted Reproduction in Movement Standardization and Renegotiation. Eds. Merete Lie and Nina Lykke, Routledge. pp. 207-218.

Leonard, D., & Wels, J. (2017). Les femmes et le vieillissement actif. Entre lisibilité et traçabilité, quels enjeux pour l’emploi et le travail ? in Pensées féministes – Argent et travail des femmes. Le nerf de la guerre... des sexes?, Bruxelles : éditions de l’université des femmes.

Zeveleva O. 2017. Biopolitics, Borders, and Refugee Camps: Exercising Sovereign Power Over Nonmembers of the State // Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. Vol. 45. No. 1. P. 41-60.


World Bank Blog “Looking at urbanization through a jobs lens”.

Ahmad, Mahvish (with Madiha Tahir). 4 June 2016. "Drone Blowback is a Bad Argument. Here's Why." Warscapes

Ahmad, Mahvish (with Madiha Tahir). 2 March 2016. "The Law of the Father." The News

Alves, N. A., D. Cairns, T. Carvalho, A. Alexandre (2016), Os Jovens e o 25 de Abril: Memória e Ação (Youth and 25th of April: Memory and Action). In Dos ‘Anos Quentes’ à Estabilidade Democrática, Lisboa, Mundos Sociais

Chávez, C. (2016) “Happiness and Economic Growth: Lessons from Developing Countries.” Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 17(2), 296-298

Chisholm, Jennifer .2016. “Forced Evictions and Black-Indigenous Land Rights in the Marvelous City.” Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies 4, no. 2 (June): 513-549.

Desai, M. 2016. ‘Gendered Violence and the Body Politic in India', New Left Review, May/June.

Desai, Manali and Indrajit Roy. 2016. ‘Development Discourse and Popular Articulations in Urban Gujarat,’ Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 48, no. 1. 

Gardner, Peter Robert (2016) “Ethnicizing Ulster’s Protestants?: Ulster-Scots education in Northern Ireland,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/1070289X.2016.1244512.

Geelan, T. (2016) Book review: Worker Resistance and the Media: Challenging Global Corporate Power in the 21st Century, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 54 (1): 239–240.

Holzmann, R., Wels, J. & Dale, P. (2016). Assessing Benefit Portability for Migrant Workers: Lessons learned from a review of the Belgium-Morocco bilateral social security agreement, Social Protection & Labor Global Practice. The World Bank, 106184, Washington DC.

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Young people’s experiences of employment and unemployment across Europe: Evidence from the EU-SILC”. In Bynner, J. and Schoon, I. “Young People and the Great Recession: Work, Family, Health and Social Attitudes”. Cambridge University Press, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. and Lynn, P. (2016) “Design and implementation issues to improve the research value of the longitudinal component of EU-SILC”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Household composition, poverty and Hardship across Europe”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Iacovou, M. (2016) “Household structure and AROPE”. In Atkinson, A.B., Marlier, E. and Guio, A-C (eds) “Monitoring Social Europe”. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017 (in press)

Irdam, D, A Gugushvili, A Azarova, M Fazekas, G Schering, D Stefler, K Doniec, D Lane, I Kolesnikova, V Popov, I Szelenyi, M Murphy, M McKee, M Bobak, M Marmot, L King. 2016. “Mortality in Transition: Study Protocol of the PrivMort Project, a multilevel convenience cohort study”, BMC Public Health, (2016)16:672.

Löblová, O. (2016) “Three Worlds of Health Technology Assessment: explaining patterns of diffusion of HTA agencies in Europe.” Health Economics, Policy and Law 11, no. 3 (2016): 253 - 273

Miller, J.K. Navigating Trauma: How PTSD Affects Spatial Processing. (2016). Police Professional. Issue 532.

Moreno Figueroa, M. G. (2016) 'El Archivo Del Estudio Del Racismo En México', Desacatos, (51); 92-107

Moriconi, M. & Carvalho, T. (2016), Social Classes and Tolerance to Corruption in Portugal: What is the Relation? , Portuguese Journal of Social Sciences, 15 (2)

Oláh, Noémi and Gábor Scheiring. 2016. “Is a Progressive Alliance a Progressive Solution?” Bright Green Blog, 16 July 2016.

Scheiring, G. 2016. “Sustaining Democracy in the Era of Dependent Financialization: Karl Polanyi’s Perspectives on the Politics of Finance”, Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics, 2(2): 84-103.

Scheiring, Gábor. 2016. “The Rise of Illiberalism from East to the West: A Lesson About Class for the Left”, Political Critique, 12 November 2016.

Scheiring, Gábor. 2016. “The European Left at a Crossroads”, Political Critique, 27 October 2016.

Vartabedian, J. (2016), ‘Beauty that Matters: Brazilian travesti sex workers feeling beautiful’, Sociologus: Journal for Social Anthropology 66(1), special issue on Manufacturing Beauty, Grooming Selves: The Creation of Femininities in the Global Economy, pp. 73-96.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2016. "Towards a Political economy of egg donations: doing it the Israel way". In: Critical Kinship Studies: Kinship (Trans)formed', Eds. By Kroløkke, Adrian, Myong and Tjørnhøj Thomsen. Rowman and Littlefield International. pp: 169-184.

Vertommen, Sigrid. 2016. “Female bodily (re)productivity in the stem cell economy: a cross materialist feminist approach”. in Mattering: Feminism, Science and Materialism. Ed. Victoria Pitts Taylor, NYU Press. pp. 204-223.

Wels, J. (2016). Le cumul emploi-retraite: Entre institutionnalisation et déstandardisation des carrières. In S. Bernard, D. Méda, & M. Tallard (Eds.), Orienter les parcours professionnels: Quand les dispositifs se mettent en action. Paris: Peter Lang, 157-172.

Wels, J. (2016). The Statistical Analysis of End of Working Life: Issues raised by the Average Effective Age of Retirement Indicator, Social Indicator Research, 129(1), 291-315.

Yopo Díaz, M. 2016. El tiempo de las mujeres en Chile: repensar la agencia. Revista de Estudios Sociales 57: 100-109.


The World Bank.  2015.  The Business Case for Better Working Conditions.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group.

Chávez, C., and Samman, E. (2015) "Exclusion in Household Surveys: Causes, impacts and ways forward." Report. Overseas Development Institute

2015. “Festa junina and the Changing Meanings of Brazilian Rural Festivals in Urban Spaces.” alter/nativas: Latin American Cultural Studies Journal 1, no.4 (spring):1-18.

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2015. “Written on the Walls (Police Violence and Indigenous Resistance in Rio de Janeiro).” King’s Review, December 15.

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Desai, M., 2015. “Political Articulation: The Structured Creativity of Parties,” in Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society, edited by Cedric de Leon, Manali Desai, and Cihan Tugal. Stanford: Stanford University Press. pp. 1-35 

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Baji, Petra and Márta Péntek, Imre Boncz, Valentin Brodszky, Olga Loblova, Nóra Brodszky, László Gulácsi (2015) “The Impact of the Recession on Health Care Expenditure – How Does the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia Compare to Other OECD Countries?” Society and Economy 37, no. 1 (2015): 73–88

Pralat R (2015) Repro-sexual intersections: Sperm donation, HIV prevention and the public interest in semen. Reproductive Biomedicine Online 30(3): 211–219.

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The World Bank. 2015.  Strategic Country Diagnostic for Tunisia.  Washington, D.C:  World Bank Group

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Bacevic, J. 2014. “What kind of university for what kind of society? Nation-states, postnational constellations, and higher education in the post-Yugoslav space”, in Zgaga, P., Teichler, U. and J. Brennan (eds) The globalization challenge for European higher education, New York: Peter Lang, 287-308.

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Scheiring, Gábor. 2012. Hungary Back on Track: An Alternative Budget Proposal for Hungary (In Hungarian: Magyarország talpra áll: Az LMP alternatív költségvetési javaslata). Budapest: Ökopolisz Alapítvány.

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Guibernau, M. (2011). ‘Prospects for a European Identity’, International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society (IJPCS) New York, Springer, vol. 24 (1), 2011, pp. 31-43.

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M. Mann (2011) Power in the 21st Century: Conversations with John A. Hall. Polity, 184pp.

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2011) “Crisis económica y migración internacional: la centralidad de los derechos humanos en América Latina y el Caribe”, en Colección de Ensayos sobre población y derechos humanos en América Latina, Jorge Martínez Pizarro (ed.), Serie Investigaciones, 10, ALAP, Río de Janeiro, Brazil.

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From Spectacle to Spectacular: How physical space, social media and mainstream broadcast amplified the public sphere in Egypt’s ‘Revolution (2011) with Mohamed Nanabhay, Journal of North African Studies, Special Issue: the Arab Spring, Vol. 16 (4) December; pp. 573-603.

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Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2011. Globalisation and Development: Critical Development Studies Reader (In Hungarian: Globalizáció és fejlődés: Kritikai fejlődéstanulmányok szöveggyűjtemény). Budapest: Új Mandátum.

Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2011 Globalisation and Development at the Semi-Periphery (In Hungarian: Globalizáció és fejlődés a félperiférián). Budapest: Új Mandátum.


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Donker, T.H. (2010) Enduring Ambiguity: Sunni Community-Syrian Regime Dynamics. Mediterranean Politics, vol. 15, no. 3: 435–452.

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Burchell, Brendan J., Allen, Richard P., Miller, Jessica K. et al. (2009). RLS and blood donation. Sleep Medicine , Volume 10 , Issue 8 , 844 - 849

Cano, M.V. y Soffia, M. (2009) “Normativa y política migratoria en Chile, a la luz de los derechos humanos”, Boletín EntreTierras, Edición Especial, September, Secretaría Técnica Ad-Hoc de la MTML, Quito, Ecuador.

Cano, M.V.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los estudios sobre migración internacional en Chile: apuntes y comentarios para una agenda de investigación actualizada”, Revista Papeles de Población, Nueva Época, Año 15, 61, July-September, Toluca-Mexico, Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados de la Población-UAEM, ISSN 1405-7425.

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Cano, M.V.; Soffia, M.; Martínez, J. (2009) “Conocer para legislar y hacer política: los desafíos de Chile ante un nuevo escenario migratorio”, Serie Población y Desarrollo, No. 88, July, CELADE-CEPAL, Santiago, Chile.

Chisholm, Jennifer. 2009. “The Hair Weave and its Implications for the Self-Image of African-Americans”. The Collegiate Scholar. Summer.

DeLeon, C., Desai, M., and Cihan, T., 2009. "Political Articulation: Parties and the Constitution of Cleavages in the U.S. India and Turkey," Sociological Theory, 27(3):193-219. 

Chatterjee, P., M. Desai and P. Roy (eds.). 2009. States of Trauma: Gender and Violence in South Asia.  New Delhi: Zubaan and Cambridge University Press.

Guibernau, M. (2009) For a Cosmopolitan Catalanism (Winner of the 2009 Eines Prize) (Angle Editorial Press, Barcelona) 123 pages. ISBN-978-84-927-5824-1.

Iacovou, M. and Parisi, L. (2009). “Leaving Home” in Changing Relationships, eds. Ermisch, J. and Brynin, M., Routledge: New York, London.

L. Wacquant (2009) Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity. Duke University Press,

L. Wacquant (2009) Prisons of Poverty. University of Minnesota Press

Martínez, J.; Reboiras, L.; Soffia, M. (2009) “Los derechos concedidos: crisis económica mundial y migración internacional”, Serie Población y Desarrollo, No. 89, December, CELADE-CEPAL, Santiago, Chile

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Scheiring, Gábor and Benedek Jávor (eds.). 2009. Ecology and Politics: Green Political Theory Reader (In Hungarian: Oikosz és Polisz: Zöld Politikai Filozófiai Szöveggyűjtemény). Budapest: L’Harmattan.


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Scheiring, Gábor and Zsolt Boda (eds.). 2008. Economize Wisely! The Politics of Privatisation and Public Services (In Hungarian: Gazdálkodj okosan! A privatizáció és a közszolgáltatások politikája). Budapest: Új Mandátum & Védegylet.


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Desai, M. 2007. State Formation and Radical Democracy in India, 1860-1990. [Studies in Asia's Transformations Series]. London and New York: Routledge. 

Dylan, R. and Desai, M. 2007. "The Passive Revolutionary Route to the Modern World: Italy and India in Comparative Perspective," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 49(4).

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