Series editor: International Handbooks on Gender series, Edward Elgar
(with Cathy McIlwaine) Cities, Slums and Gender in the Global South: Towards a Feminised Urban Future. Routledge
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‘Women, Girls and World Poverty: Empowerment, Equality or Essentialism?’, International Development Planning Review, 38(1), 1-24. Selected as ‘Editor’s Choice’ in February 2016.
‘Galvanising Girls for Development? Critiquing the Shift from “Smart” to “Smarter Economics”’, Progress in Development Studies, 16:4
(editor, with Gwendolyn Beetham) Gender, Poverty, and Development (4 volumes). Routledge
‘Exploring the “Feminisation of Poverty” in Relation to Women’s Work and Home-based Enterprise in Slums of the Global South’, International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 6 (3), 296-316.
'Cities Through a “Gender Lens”: A Golden “Urban Age” for Women in the Global South?' Environment and Urbanization, 25 (1), 9-29
'The Disappearing of ‘Smart Economics’? The World Development Report 2012 on Gender Equality: Some Concerns About the Preparatory Process and the Prospects for Paradigm Change', Global Social Policy, 12 (2), 198-218
(with Caroline Sweetman) 'Fixing Women or Fixing the World? ‘Smart Economics’, Efficiency Approaches and Gender Equality in Development', Gender and Development, 20 (3), 517-29. **One of 25 most read articles on Gender in Routledge journals, 2013
The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy (editor), Elgar: Cheltenham.
Read interview with Dr Nicola Jones, ODI, on her five favourite books on gender equality.
(With Katherine Brickell) 'The Unbearable Heaviness of Being: Reflections on Female Altruism in Cambodia, Philippines, The Gambia and Costa Rica', Progress in Development Studies, 10:2, 145-59
(with Alice Evans) 'Looking for the One(s): Young Love and Urban Poverty in the Gambia', Environment and Urbanisation, 22:2, 353-69
(with Cathy McIlwaine) Geographies of Development in the 21st Century: An Introduction to the Global South, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. 384pp
'The 'Feminisation of Poverty' in Costa Rica: To What Extent a Conundrum?', Bulletin of Latin American Research, 28:1, 19-43
'Globalising Initiatives for Gender Equality and Poverty Reduction: Exploring "failure" with reference to education and work among urban youth in The Gambia and Ghana' (with Gareth A. Jones), Geoforum, 40:2,184-96
'The "Feminisation of Poverty" and the "feminisation" of Anti-Poverty Programmes: Room for Revision?', Journal of Development Studies, 44:2, 165-97
'Beyond Incomes: A new take on the "Feminisation of Poverty', Poverty in Focus, 13 (Online Newsletter of UNDP International Poverty Centre)
(with Carolyn Pedwell) 'Women, Gender and the Informal Economy: An assessment of ILO research and suggested ways forward' (International Labour Office: Geneva)
Gender, Generation and Poverty: Exploring the "feminisation of poverty" in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham (2007), 448 pp
(in association with Nikki Craske) Género en Latinoamérica CIESAS del Occidente: Guadalajara (Spanish translation by La Casa Chata, México DF of Gender in Latin America, Latin America Bureau/Rutgers University Press, 2003)
'Gender, Cities, and the Millennium Development Goals in the Global South'(London: LSE Gender Institute, New Series Working Paper, Issue 21, 2007)
'Re-thinking the "Feminisation of Poverty" in Relation to Aggregate Gender Indices', Journal of Human Development, 7:2 (July), pp.201-20
(with Gareth A. Jones) 'Youth, Gender and Livelihoods in West Africa: Perspectives from Ghana and The Gambia', Children's Geographies. Vol 3, No.2, pp.185-99
'Dangerous Equations? How Female-headed Households Became the Poorest of the Poor: Causes, consequences and cautions', IDS Bulletin, 35:4, Special Issue 'Repositioning Feminisms in Development', pp.19-26
(in association with Nikki Craske) Gender in Latin America, Latin America Bureau: London/Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick, New Jersey, 308pp
'Families on the Verge of Breakdown? Views on Contemporary Trends in Family Life in Guanacaste, Costa Rica'. In Cecilia Menjívar (ed.) Through the Eyes of Women: Gender, social networks, family and structural change in Latin America and the Caribbean De Sitter Publications: Ontario, pp.109-48
'New Contributions to the Analysis of Poverty: Methodological and conceptual challenges to understanding poverty from a gender perspective'. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL), Unidad Mujer y Desarrollo, Serie No.47, Santiago de Chile, 66pp (www.eclac.org)