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  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Discursive constructions of low-income neighbourhoods’, Geography Compass, 9 (12), 648-659

  • Rushton, S. & Youde, J.

    The Routledge Handbook of Global Health Security. Routledge.

  • Goodfellow, T.

    Legal manoeuvres and violence: law-making, protest and semi-authoritarianism in Uganda’. Development and Change 45(4)

  • Williams, G., Meth, P. & Willis, K.

    Geographies of Developing Areas: the Global South in a Changing World. 2nd Edition. Routledge, London.

  • Goodfellow, T.

    Rwanda’s political settlement and the urban transition: Expropriation, construction and taxation in Kigali’. Journal of Eastern African Studies.

  • Sporton, D.

    ‘They Control My Life’: the Role of Local Recruitment Agencies in East European Migration to the UK. Population Space and Place. 19 (5), pp. 443-458.

  • Wood, G., Dibben, P. and Klerck, G.

    The limits of transnational solidarity: the Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Swaziland and Zimbabwean crises. Labor History, 54 (5) 527-539.

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Citizen participation in urban governance in the context of democratization: Evidence from low-income neighbourhoods in Mexico’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR), 37 (1), 135-150

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Struggling, suffering, hoping, waiting: Perceptions of temporality in two informal neighbourhoods in Mexico’, Environment & Planning D: Society and Space, 31 (5), 813-829

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Using auto-photography to understand place: Reflections from research in urban informal settlements in Mexico’, Area, 45 (1), 23-32

  • Shortt, N., & Hammett, D.

    “Informal settlement upgrading in South Africa – outcomes for health and community well-being” Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28(4)

  • Heeks, R.B., Foster C.G., Nugroho, Y.

    New models of inclusive innovation for development. Introduction to special issue on New Models of Inclusive Innovation for Development. Innovation and Development, 4, 2, 175-185

  • Graham, M. & Foster, C.G.

    Geographies of Information Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa. The African Technopolitan, 4, pp. 78–85.

  • Heeks, R.B., Foster C.G., Nugroho, Y. (eds)

    New models of inclusive innovation for development, Routledge

  • Azmeh, S. & Foster, C.G.

    The TPP and the Digital Trade Agenda: Digital Industrial Policy and Silicon Valley’s Influence on New Trade Agreements, LSE International Development Working Paper, 175, LSE, London, UK.

  • Krishnan, A. & Foster, C.G.

    An Integrative Framework Linking Innovations and Value Chains: The Case of the Kenyan Horticulture Sector. Paper presented at: CFIA/EADI Workshop on ‘How Can Frugal Innovations Become Inclusive Innovations’.The Hague, The Netherlands, Nov 2015

  • Foster, C. G. and Graham, M.

    Connectivity and the Tea Sector in Rwanda. Oxford Internet Institute Report, Oxford, UK

  • Foster, C.G

    Reconsidering the Role of the Digital in Global Production Networks, Global Conference on Economic Geography (GCEG) 2015, Oxford, UK, August 2015

  • Foster, C.G.

    Drivers of Inclusive Innovation in Developing County Markets: A Policy Perspective, Paper presented at GRM International Conference 2015, Doshisha, Japan, July 2015

  • Foster, C.G., Graham, M.

    From Connectivity to Digital Contestations: The Effects of Fibre-Optic Infrastructure on Firms in East Africa, Paper presented at Social Implications of computers Conference (IFIP9.4), Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 2015

  • Foster, C.G

    Rethinking Digital Disintermediation, Paper presented at American Association of Geographers Meeting 2015, Chicago, April 2015

  • Foster, C. G. and Graham, M.

    The Internet and Tourism in Rwanda. Oxford Internet Institute Report, Oxford, UK.

  • Foster, C.G

    Does Quality Matter for Innovations in Low Income Markets? The Case of the Kenyan Mobile Phone Sector. Technology in Society, 38, 119–129.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B.

    Nurturing user–producer interaction: inclusive innovation flows in a low-income mobile phone market. Innovation and Development, 4, 2, 221-237

  • Graham, M., Foster, C.G.

    Geographies of Information Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa. Short paper presented at the Round Table on Inclusion in the Network Society – Mapping Development Alternatives, Forging Research Agendas , Bengaluru, India

  • Maitrot, M., Foster, C.G., 2014.

    Use of technology in delivering social protection: The Case of M-PESA, in: Rahmen, Z. H., Hulme, D., Maitrot, M., Ragno, L.P. (Eds.), Scaling-up Social Protection in Bangladesh. University Press Limited (UPL), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B

    Innovation and scaling of ICT for the bottom-of-the-pyramid. Journal of Information Technology, 28, 296–315.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B.

    Conceptualising Inclusive Innovation: Modifying Systems of Innovation Frameworks to Understand Diffusion of New Technology to Low-Income Consumers. European Journal of Development Research, 25, 333–355.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B.

    Analyzing policy for inclusive innovation: the mobile sector and base-of-the-pyramid markets in Kenya. Innovation and Development, 3, 103–119.

  • Foster, C.G

    Does Quality Matter For Diffusion Of Innovations In Low Income Markets? The Case Of The Kenyan Mobile Phone Sector. Presented at the Development Studies Association Conference, Birmingham, UK.

  • Flear, M., Farrell, A. M., Hervey, T., Murphy, T.

    European Law and New Health Technologies. Oxford University Press.

  • Foster, C.G.

    Nurturing User-Producer Interaction: Innovation Flows in a Low Income Mobile Phone Market. Presented at the New Models of Innovation for Development, Manchester, UK.

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Using auto-photography to understand place: Reflections from research in urban informal settlements in Mexico’, Area, 45 (1), 23-32

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B.

    Analyzing policy for inclusive innovation: the mobile sector and base-of-the-pyramid markets in Kenya. Presented at the GLOBELICS 2012, Huangzhou, China.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B

    Employment and the Mobile Sector in Developing Countries, Background Paper for UNCTAD Information Economy Report 2011. UNCTAD, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • Foster, C.G.

    ICTs and Informal Learning in Developing Countries, Development Informatics Working Paper No. 46. University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

  • Foster, C.G.

    Analysing Informal ICT Micro-Enterprises Using Activity Theory: The Case of Mobile Handset Regulation in India. Presented at the ICTD2010, London, UK.

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B

    A Model for Understanding ICT Micro-Enterprise in Developing Countries, Background Paper for UNCTAD Information Economy Report 2010. UNCTAD, Vienna

  • Foster, C.G., Heeks, R.B.

    Researching ICT Micro-Enterprise in Developing Countries: Themes, Wider Concepts and Future Directions. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 43, 1–20.

  • Hervey, T. and Young, C. eds

    Research Handbook in EU Health Law and Policy

  • Lombard, M. and Rakodi, C.

    ‘Urban land conflict in the Global South: Towards an analytical framework’, Urban Studies, 53 (13), 2683-2699

  • 2016. Birdi, K. Creativity Training. In H.Shipton, P. Budhwar, P. Sparrow & A. Brown (Eds)

    Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Dibben, P. and Wood, G.

    The legacies of coercion and the challenges of contingency: Mozambican unions in difficult times. Labor History.

  • Birdi, K., Leach, D. and Magadley, W.

    The Relationship of Individual Capabilities and Environmental Support with Different Facets of Designers’ Innovative Behavior. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 33, 19-35 doi: 10.1111/jpim.12250.

  • Fadaee, S. (ed.)

    Understanding Southern Social Movements. London & New York: Routledge.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Genesis of Social Movement Theory and Southern Movements’ in Fadaee, S. (ed.) Understanding Southern Social Movements. London & New York: Routledge.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Rethinking Southern Environmentalism: Iranian Environmental Movement and its Premises’ in Fadaee, S. (ed.) Understanding Southern Social Movements. London & New York: Routledge.

  • Hervey, T.

    ‘What did the European Union ever do for Global Public Health?’ Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University, Indianapolis

  • Hervey, T.

    The (Missed) Opportunities of EU Global Health Law. Robert McKinney School of Law. Indiana University, Indianapolis.

  • Hervey, T. and McHale, J.

    European Union Health Law: Themes and Implications. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Law in Context, in press. (lxviii + 679pp)

  • Brockington, D and Wilkie, D. 2015.

    Protected areas and poverty. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 370: 20140271.

  • Brockington, D.

    Celebrity advocacy: international and comparative perspectives. Celebrity Studies 6 (4): 393-398.

  • Brockington, D.

    Towards an International Understanding of the Power of Celebrity Persuasions. A Review and a Research Agenda. Celebrity Studies 6 (4): 486-504

  • Dibben, P. and Wood, G.

    Outsourced but in reach: cost savings and labour standards in the South African automotive industry. ILERA conference, Cape Town, 7-11 September, 2015.

  • Wood, G., Dibben, P., Meira, J. and Linhares, C

    Vanishing value chains and the decline of industrial districts: The case of the Brazilian automotive industry. SASE Conference, LSE, London 2-4 July 2015.

  • Duffy, R., St John, F., Büscher, B. and Brockington, D.

    The militarization of anti-poaching: Undermining long term goals? Environmental Conservation 42 (4): 345-348

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Land conflict in peri-urban areas: A case study from Xalapa, Mexico’, Urban Studies, 53 (13), 2700-2720

  • Brockington, D.

    El poder perdurable de la Conservación Fortaleza en África. Nova Africa 32

  • Rehbein, B., Fadaee, S., et al.

    Reproduktion sozialer Ungleichheit in Deutschland (English title: Reproduction of Social Inequality in Germany). Konstanz: UVK.

  • Brockington, D. and Henson, S.

    Signifying the Public: Celebrity Advocacy and post-democratic politics. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 18(4): 431-448

  • Dibben, P., Klerck, G. and Wood, G

    The Ending of Southern Africa’s Tripartite Dream: The Cases of South Africa, Namibia and Mozambique. Business History, 57, 3: 461-483

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G. and Williams, CC

    Towards and against formalization: Regulation and change in informal work in Mozambique. International Labor Review. 154 (3): 373–392

  • Briant, E L

    ‘Allies and Audiences: Evolving strategies in Defense and Intelligence Propaganda’ in International Journal of Press/Politics (Special Issue), Vol. 20, No. 2. Pp145-165.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Immigrant Rights Struggles and Paradoxes of Radical Activism in Europe’. Social Movement Studies 733-739.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Negotiating Environmentalism in a Democratizing Iran’. OpenDemocracy.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Post-contentious Politics and Iran’s First Ecovillage’. Local Environment. Doi: 10.1080/13549839.2015.1112367.

  • Briant, E, L

    ‘Propaganda and Counterterrorism: Strategies for Global Change’ Manchester University Press

  • Dibben, D., Wood G., & Williams, C.C.

    Towards and against formalization: regulation and change in informal work in Mozambique. International Labour Review, Forthcoming

  • Brockington, D. and Banks, N.

    Exploring the Success of BRAC Tanzania’s Microfinance Programme. Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Paper 202

  • Brockington, D.

    The Production and Performance of Authenticity: the work of celebrity in international development. Third World Quarterly 35(1): 88-108

  • Brockington, D

    Celebrity Advocacy and International Development. Routledge, London.

  • Brockington, D,

    Celebrity Spectacle, Post-Democratic Politics and Nature Incorporated. Chapter in Nature Inc: New Frontiers of Environmental Conservation in the Neoliberal Age. Celebrity Spectacle, Post-Democratic Politics and Nature Incorporated.’ Chapter in Nature Inc: New Frontiers of Environmental Conservation in the Neoliberal Age. University of Arizona Press, Tuscon

  • Castree, N., Adams, W.M., Barry, J., Brockington, D., Büscher, B., Corbera, E., Demeritt, D., Duffy, R., Neves, K., Newell, P., Pellizzoni, L., Rigby, K., Robbins, P., Robin, L., Rose, D.B., Ross, A., Schlosberg, D., Sörlin, S., West, P., Whitehead, M. and Wynne, B.

    Changing the Intellectual Climate. Nature Climate Change 4 (9): 763-8

  • Wood, G., Dibben, P. and Ogden, S

    Comparative Capitalism without Capitalism, and Production without Workers: The Limits and Possibilities of Contemporary Institutional Analysis. International Journal of Management Reviews, 16, 4: 384-396

  • Brockington, D.

    Foreword. Invited contribution in Huggan, G. Nature’s Saviours. Earthscan-Wiley

  • Madrid, H. P., Patterson, M. G., Birdi, K. S., Leiva, P. I. and Kausel, E. E.

    The role of weekly high-activated positive mood, context, and personality in innovative work behavior: A multilevel and interactional model. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35: 234–256. doi: 10.1002/job.1867

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Civil Society Organizations in India and Construction of Multiplicities of Human Rights’. International Journal of Human Rights 18(4-5): 567-577.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘India’s New Middle Class and the Critical Activist Milieu’. Journal of Developing Societies 30:441-457.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Social Movements, Counter Movements, and their Dynamic Interplay’ in Derichs, C. (ed.) Women’s Movements and Counter Movements: The Quest for Gender Equality in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 9-26.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘The Occupy Movement and the Politics of Vulnerability’. Globalizations 11(6):777-791.

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G. and Mellahi, K

    Management research on Africa: Debates, controversies and future directions. Third International Conference on Management in Africa, 5-6 September, 2013.

  • Meth, P.

    Committees, witch doctors and the ‘mother-body’: everyday politics in the township of Cato Manor, South Africa, Habitat International, Vol. 39, pp. 269- 277

  • Arnall, A., Thomas, D. S.G., Twyman, C. and Liverman, D.

    Flooding, resettlement and change in livelihoods: evidence from rural Mozambique. Disasters, 37 (3). pp. 468-488

  • Goodfellow, T.

    The institutionalisation of ‘noise’ and ‘silence’ in urban politics: riots and compliance in Uganda and Rwanda. Oxford Development Studies 41(4): 436-454.

  • Arnall, A., Thomas, D.S.G., Twyman, C. and Liverman, D.

    NGOs, elite capture and community-driven development: perspectives in rural Mozambique. Journal of Modern African Studies, 51 (2)

  • Hammett, D. & Staeheli, L.

    Transitions and the Education of the New South African Citizen” Comparative Education Review. 57(2), pp. 309-331.

  • Meth, P.

    Unsettling insurgency: reflections on women’s insurgent practices in South Africa, in Freestone, R; Sager. T and Hibbard, M (eds) Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning, Volume 5, Routledge, pp.70-95

  • Staeheli, L. & Hammett, D.

    ‘For the Future of the Nation’: Citizenship, Education and Divided Societies. Political Geography 32(1), pp. 32-41.

  • Meth, P.

    Viewpoint: Millenium development goals and urban informal settlements: unintended consequences, International Development Planning Review, Vol. 35 (1), v- xiii

  • Dibben, P. and Wood, G.

    ‘Privatisation and employment relations in Africa: the case of Mozambique’, in Newenham-Kahindi, A., Kamoche, K., Chizema, A. and Mellahi, K. (Eds). Effective Management of People in Africa. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 72-96

  • Holmes, G., Scholfield, K. and Brockington, D.

    A Comparison of Global Conservation Prioritization Models with Spatial Spending Patterns of Conservation Nongovernmental Organizations. Conservation Biology 26 (4): 602-609.

  • Philo, G; Briant, E; Donald, P

    Bad News for Refugees, Pluto Press.

  • Brockington, D.

    Celebrity, Environmentalism and Conservation. In E.A. Lester and B. Hutchins, (eds) Environmental Conflict and the Media, Peter Lang, New York

  • Flear, M., Farrell, A. M., Hervey, T., Murphy, T.

    European Law and New Health Technologies. Oxford University Press.

  • Fadaee, S.

    Intervention: ‘Rethinking Democracy in Iran: Rouhani President Elect of Iranians’. Antipode Foundation.

  • Van den Born, A. et al.

    Policing opportunities and threats in Europe. Journal of Organizational Change Management. 26(5), 812-829. ABS2

  • Wood, G., Dibben, P. and Klerck, G

    The limits of transnational solidarity: The Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Swaziland and Zimbabwean crises. Labor History, 54 (5): 527-539

  • Birdi, K. & Reid, T.

    Training. In R. Lewis & L. Zibarras (Eds) Work and Occupational Psychology: Integrating Theory and Practice. London: Sage Press.

  • Lombard, M.

    ‘Citizen participation in urban governance in the context of democratization: Evidence from low-income neighbourhoods in Mexico’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR), 37 (1), 135-150

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Who is behind Iran’s Green Movement?’. Global Dialogue.

  • Hammett, D. & Sporton, D.

    Paying for interviews? Negotiating ethics, power and expectation. Area, 44 (4), pp. 496-502.

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G. &Mellahi, K.

    Is Social Movement Unionism Still Relevant? The Case of the South African Federation COSATU. Industrial Relations Journal, 43 (6) 494-510.

  • Rushton, S.

    The global debate over HIV-related travel restrictions: framing and policy change. Global Public Health. 7:Supp.2. pp. S159-S175.

  • Hammett, D.

    “W(h)ither South African Human Geography?” GeoForum 43(5), pp. 937-947.

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G. and Brewster, C.

    Employment relations and HR practices in Mozambique: Colonial legacies and institutional embeddedness. Second International Conference on HRM and the Management of Organizations in Africa, University of Nottingham, 6-7 September 2012. (Best Paper Award).

  • Brockington, D.

    Celebrities Interventions. Contribution to Forum / Debate ‘Brand Africa: Multiple Transitions in Global Capitalism. Ponte, S. and Richey, L. Review of African Political Economy 39 (131): 135-50

  • Birdi, K., Leach, D. & Magadley, W.

    Evaluating the impact of TRIZ creativity training: An organizational field study. R & D Management, 42(4), 315-326

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G. and Mellahi, K.

    Is social movement unionism still relevant? The case of the South African federation COSATU. Industrial Relations Journal, 43, 6: 494-510

  • Birdi, K. et al.

    Police knowledge sharing capabilities. EU COMPOSITE report. ISBN/EAN: 978-90-811696-3-9

  • Fadaee, S.

    Social Movements in Iran: Environmentalism and Civil Society. London & New York: Routledge.

  • Magadley, W. & Birdi, K. (2012).

    Two sides of the innovation coin? An empirical investigation of the relative correlates of idea generation and idea implementation. International Journal of Innovation Management, 16(1), 1-28.

  • Dibben, P. and Williams, C.

    Varieties of Capitalism and Employment Relations: Informally Dominated Market Economies. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 51, 1: 563-582.

  • Brockington, D.

    ‘A Radically Conservative Vision? The Challenge of UNEP’s Towards a Green Economy.’ Development and Change 43 (1): 409-422

  • Homewood, K., Chenevix Trench, P. and Brockington, D

    ‘Pastoralism and conservation – who benefits?’ Chapter in D. Roe, J.Elliot and Matt Walpole (ed) Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Reduction. Wiley Earthscan, Oxford

  • Holmes, G., Ferguson, B. and Brockington, D.

    ‘Protected areas – what people say about well being.’ Chapter in D. Roe, J.Elliot and Matt Walpole (ed) Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Reduction. Wiley Earthscan, Oxford

  • Brockington, D

    ‘Charities need to rethink celebrity’. Third Sector.

  • Brockington, D and Duffy, R. (eds)

    Conservation and Capitalism. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.

  • Brockington, D.

    A Brief Guide to (Conservation) NGOs. Current Conservation 5 (1): 30-31.

  • Brockington, D.

    Celebrity, Charisma and the Environmental Movement. Current Conservation 5 (4): 20-21.

  • Dibben, P. and Nadin, S.

    Community Unionism in Africa: the case of Mozambique. Industrial Relations/ Relations Industrielles, 66, 1, 54-73.

  • Dibben, P., Klerck, G. and Wood, G.

    Employment Relations: A Critical and International Approach. London: CIPD.

  • Dibben, P., Wood, G., Le, H. and Williams, C.C.

    MNCs in Central and Southern Europe and the former Soviet Union: investment decisions and the regulation of employment. Human Resource Management Journal, 21, 4, 379-394.

  • Buscher, B., Brockington, D., Igoe, J., Neves, K. and Sullivan, S.

    Towards a consolidated critique of Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 23 (2): 4-30

  • Brockington, D.

    Untitled Section in ‘Views from the Industry’ in Wildlife Film-making. Looking to the Future. Edited by Piers Warren. Wildeye, UK.

  • Brockington, D.

    ‘Doing it for charity. How can charities get more from their relationships with celebrities?’ Chapter in Britain in 2012 (Annual ESRC Publication)

  • Brockington, D.

    ‘Ecosystem Services and Fictitious Commodities.’ Environmental Conservation 38 (4): 367-9.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Environmental Movements in Iran: Application of the New Social Movement Theory in the Non-European Context’. Social Change 41 (1): 79-96.

  • Fadaee, S.

    ‘Global Expansion of Capitalism, Inequalities and Social Movements: The Iranian Case’ in Rehbein, B. (ed.) Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan: 118-135.

  • Dibben, P. and Wood, G.

    ‘Union Renewal: Objective Circumstances and Social Action’, In Gall, G., Wilkinson, A and Hurd, R. International Handbook on Labour Unions: Responses to Neo-liberalism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 29-43.

  • Dibben, P.

    Organising the Informal Sector: the case of Mozambique. XVII World Congress of Sociology, 11-17 July 2010, in Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Dressler, W., Büscher, B., Schoon, M., Brockington, D., Hayes, T., Kull, C., Mccarthy, J., and Streshta, K.

    From Hope to Crisis and Back Again? A Critical History of the Global CBNRM Narrative. Environmental Conservation 37 (1): 5-15.

  • Di Milia, L. & Birdi, K.

    The relationship between multiple levels of learning practices and objective and subjective organizational financial performance. The Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31, 481-498.

  • Dibben, P.

    Union change, development and renewal in emerging economies: the Case of Mozambique. Work, Employment and Society, 24, 3, 468-486

  • Igoe, J., Neves-Graca, K. and Brockington, D.

    ‘A Spectacular Eco-Tour Around the Historic Bloc: Theorizing the Convergence of Biodiversity Conservation and Capitalist Expansion. Antipode 42 (3): 486-512.

  • Homewood, K., Brockington, D. and Sullivan, S.

    ‘Alternative view of Serengeti Road.’ Nature 467: 788-9.

  • Lele, S., Wilshusen, P., Brockington, D., Seidler, R. and Bawa, K.

    ‘Beyond exclusion: alternative approaches to biodiversity conservation in the developing tropics.’ Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2: 1-7.

  • Brockington, D and Duffy, R.

    ‘Conservation and Capitalism: an Introduction.’ Antipode 42 (3): 469-484.

  • Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K.

    ‘Conservation NGOs and the Conservationist Mode of Production in sub-Saharan Africa.’ Antipode 42 (3): 551-575.

  • Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K.

    ‘Expenditure by Conservation Non-Governmental Organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa.’ Conservation Letters 3(2): 106-113.

  • Igoe, J. Sullivan, S. and Brockington, D.

    ‘Problematising Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation” Displaced and Disobedient Knowledge.’ Current Conservation3 (3): 4-7

  • Brockington, D.

    ‘The Horny Celebrity Dilemma.’ The Horn, Autumn 2010.

  • Sachedina, H., Igoe, J. and Brockington, D.

    ‘The Spectacular Growth of the African Wildlife Foundation and the Paradoxes of Neoliberal Conservation. Current Conservation 3(3): 24-27.

  • Brockington, D. and Scholfield, K.

    ‘The work of conservation organisations in sub-Saharan Africa.’ Journal of Modern African Studies 48 (1): 1-33.

  • Oldekop, J.A., Bebbington, A.J., Brockington, D., and Preziosi, R.F.

    ‘Understanding the Lessons and Limitations of Conservation and Development.’ Conservation Biology 24 (2): 461-9.

  • Balen, J., Hanvoravongchai, P., Finch, T., Coker, R.

    A Field-based Analysis of Cross-Programme & Programme-System Linkages of Five National Public Health Programmes in Cambodia. HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, reproductive health & immunization. WHO/LSHTM Commissioned Report December 2010

  • Hervey, T. and Young, C. eds

    Research Handbook in EU Health Law and Policy

  • Barnes A, Brown GW, Harman S.

    Global Politics of Health Reform in Africa: Performance, Participation and Policy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Barnes A, Brown G and Harman S

    Understanding global health and development partnerships: Perspectives from African and global health system professionals. Social Science & Medicine. 159 (p. 22–29)

  • Talpur, A, Ali, PA, Bhanbhro, S.

    Knowledge and use of contraception among young people in Pakistan. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association,

  • Ali, PA, Johnson, S

    Speaking my patients language: Bilingual nurses perspective about provision of language concordant care to patients with limited English proficiency. Journal of Advanced Nursing

  • Birdi, K., Leach, D. and Magadley, W.

    The Relationship of Individual Capabilities and Environmental Support with Different Facets of Designers’ Innovative Behavior. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 33, 19-35 doi: 10.1111/jpim.12250.

  • Hervey, T.

    ‘What did the European Union ever do for Global Public Health?’ Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University, Indianapolis

  • Hervey, T.

    The (Missed) Opportunities of EU Global Health Law. Robert McKinney School of Law. Indiana University, Indianapolis.

  • Hervey, T. and McHale, J.

    European Union Health Law: Themes and Implications. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Law in Context, in press. (lxviii + 679pp)

  • Hobbins, M., Balen, J., et al

    Key determinants for a successful collaboration between NGOs & universities in health research. Bulletin of Medicus Mundi, Switzerland.

  • Ali, PA., Naylor, P, Croot, E, O’Cathain, A.

    Intimate Partner Violence in Pakistan: A systematic review. Trauma Violence and Abuse, 16(3):299-315

  • Barnes A, Brown G and Harman S (2015

    Locating health diplomacy through African negotiations on performance-based funding in global health. Journal of Health Diplomacy. 1(3).

  • Ali, PA., O’Cathain, A., & Croot, E,

    Not managing expectations: A grounded theory of intimate partner violence from the perspective of Pakistani people. Violence against Women

  • Coates, A., Hill, P., Rushton, S., Balen, J.

    The Holy See on sexual & reproductive health rights: Steadfast in position, dynamic in response. Reproductive Health Matters Special Issue on Using the Law & the Courts

  • Barnes A, et al

    Global Social Policy Digest – contributions on health and food. Global Social Policy. 14(1), 14(2) and 14(3)

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    Global Social Policy Digest, Global Social Policy, 14(3): 436-445

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