3 Anouk Patel-Campillo
Dr Anouk Patel-Campillo

Dr Anouk Patel-Campillo

Assistant Professor of Gender, Development and Globalisation

Department of Gender Studies

Room No
English, Spanish
Key Expertise
gender, political economy of development, export oriented development

About me

Dr Anouk Patel-Campillo is currently on medical leave

Anouk Patel-Campillo is Assistant Professor of Gender, Development and Globalisation. Her research interests fall within two broadly defined areas: 1) the investigation of agro-food system restructuring and its influence on gender and labour relations, regional food security, and national development; and 2) the analysis of the geopolitics of trade, the collective action, and the social organization of markets, with a particular focus on gender relations.

Expertise Details

gender; political economy of development; export oriented development; commodity chains; transnational networks; agro-food systems; food security; food sovereignty; regulation and institutional change; social organisation of markets


  • Global integration, gender and uneven development
  • Gender, development and environment
  • Economic restructuring, global supply chains, labour and gender
  • Production-consumption relations, gender and agro-industry
  • Social movements, food sovereignty and food security
  • Institutional change, regulation and economic transformation

Selected Research Grants

2015. The Pennsylvania State University. Gender, Agriculture and Environment Initiative.

2015. The Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Gender and Agriculture.

2015. PSU Social Science Research Institute (SSRI). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Human-Natural Dimensions of El Canal del Dique and Its Impacts on Varadero, an Improbable Coral Reef in Colombia-

2014. United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Horticulture Innovation Lab (UC-Davis). Gender and Value Chains in Honduras.


Sachs, C. and Patel-Campillo, A. (forthcoming in 2017). Feminist Food Sovereignty in Borras, S.M. Debates actuales sobre soberanía alimentaria.

Patel-Campillo, A., andAnne Delessio-Parson. 2016. Why Types of Operations and Production Trends Matter in the Geographic Branding of an Emerging Industry. Journal of Wine Research. 27 (3). 

Tickamyer, A. and Anouk Patel-Campillo. 2016. Sociological Perspectives on Uneven Development: The Making of Regions in Hooks, G. in The Sociology of Development Handbook (University of California Press), pp. 293-310.

Anouk Patel-Campillo and Maria del Rosario Castro Bernardini. 2015. The Political Economy of Colombian Agriculture in Bonanno, A. and Busch L. in the Handbook of International Political Economy of Agriculture and Food (Edward Elgar Publishing), pp. 97-109.

Sachs, C. and Patel-Campillo, A. 2014. Feminist Food Justice: Crafting a New Vision. Feminist Studies 40 (2) 1-14. 5-year impact factor: 0.546.

Patel-Campillo, A. S. M. Smith, and A. Delessio-Parson 2014. Institutional Sedimentation: The Role of Regulatory Ambiguity and Institutional Footholds in Shaping Alcohol Governance in California and Pennsylvania. Territory, Politics, Governance 2(2) 135-149.

Patel-Campillo, A. 2014.For Competitiveness Sake? Material Competition vs. Competitiveness as a National Project in Wolf, S. and A. Bonnano. The Neoliberal Regime in the Agri-Food Sector: Crisis, Resilience and Restructuring (Routledge).

Brasier, K., Patel-Campillo, A. & Findeis, J. 2013. Aging Populations and Rural Places: Impacts on and Innovations in Land Use Planning in Glasgow, N. and Berry, H. E., in Rural Aging in 21st Century America (Springer).

Patel-Campillo, A. 2012. The Gendered Production-Consumption Relation: Accounting for Employment and Socioeconomic Hierarchies in the Colombian Cut flower Global Commodity Chain. Sociologia Ruralis 52 (3) 272-293. 5-year impact factor: 2.078.                                 

Patel-Campillo, A. 2011. Forging the Neoliberal Competitiveness Agenda: Planning Policy and Practice in the Dutch and Colombian Cut-flower Commodity Chains. Environment and Planning A 43 2516-2532. 5-year impact factor: 2.485.

Patel-Campillo, A. 2011. Transforming Global Commodity Chains: Actor Strategies, Regulation, and Competitive Relations in the Dutch Cut Flower Sector. Economic Geography 87 (1): 79-99. 5-year impact factor: 4.535.

Patel-Campillo, A. 2010. Rival Commodity Chains: Regulation and Agency in the U.S. and Colombian Cut Flower Agro-Industries. Review of International Political Economy 17 (1):75-102. 5-year impact factor: 2.395.

Patel-Campillo, A. 2010. Agro-Export Specialization and Food Security in a Sub-National Context: the Case of Colombian Cut Flowers. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy & Society (CJRES) 3, 279-294. 5-year impact factor: 3.051.