Works in Progress
Pani, E. and Manara, M. ‘Emerging practices and institutions of land regularization and formalization in Dar es Salaam: an evolutionary approach’, indicative target: Economic Geography
Manara, M. and Pani, E. ‘Complimentarity between diverse proofs of ownership in Dar es Salaam’s emerging land economy’, indicative target: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
Pani, E. and Manara, M. ‘Building capacity in fieldwork methods: contextualised learning in the Global South’, indicative target: Dialogues in Human Geography
Pani, E. “Neoliberalization and the Ordinary Economy: A value approach”, currently a revise and resubmit in Progress in Human Geography.
Pani, E., Pollard, J. and James, A. “Reimagining Economies: From Financial Inclusion to Inclusive Finance”, currently under review in Antipode.
Pani, E. (2018) ‘Governing Inclusive Finance: Towards a Manifesto for Change’, Re-Imagining Economies Project, Report. Newcastle University: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/reimaginingeconomies/
Holman, N., Mossa, A. and Pani, E. (2018) ‘Planning, value(s) and the market: An analytic for ‘what comes next?’’ Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 50(3): 608–626.
Pani, E. (2017) ‘Economic geographies of value revisited’, Geography Compass, 11(9): 1-13.
Pani, E. and Holman, N. (2014) ‘A fetish and fiction of finance: Unravelling the subprime crisis’, Economic Geography, 90(2): 213-235.
Pani, E. (2015) Book Review, On South Bank: The Production of Public Space, by Alasdair J.H. Jones (2014), Journal of Urbanism, 9(1): 97-98.
Pani, E. (2014) Book Review, Remaking London: Decline and Regeneration in Urban Culture, by Ben Campkin, Geographical, http://geographical.co.uk/reviews/books/item/332-remakinglondon-decline-and-regeneration-in-urban-culture-by-ben-campkin
Pani, E. and Wills, J. (2013) Poplar Neighbourhood Community Budget: Learning and Evaluation Report. PNCB/DCLG.
Pani, E. (2012) “Transforming the riverside: the stories behind the re-development of London’s South Bank”, Discovering Britain: A Series of Guided Walks, Royal Geographic Society (with IBG): London.
Pani, E. (2009) ‘Learning, knowledge transfer and innovation: why gender matters in local and regional economic competitiveness’, Working Paper, School of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London.