2017 and forthcoming

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2016

  • Chant, S. (2016) Female Household Headship as an Asset? Interrogating the Intersections of Urbanisation, Gender and Domestic Transformations. In Moser, C. (ed.) Gender, Asset Accumulation and Just Cities: Pathways to Transformation (London: Routledge), 21-39.
  • Shin, H.B. (2016) China meets Korea: The Asian Games, entrepreneurial local states and debt-driven development. In Gruneau, R. and Horne, J. (eds.) Mega Events and Globalization: Capital and Spectacle in a Changing World Order. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 186-205.
  • Shin, H.B. (2016) Dreaming of a world without gentrification. In: Jeong, H-S. (ed.) Hannam Forum. Seoul: Takeout Drawing, 168-174. [In Korean]
  • Shin, H.B. (2016) La Economía Política de Urbananización Especulativa en Asia Oriental. (The Political Economy of Speculative Urbanization in East Asia) In: Alvarez, L, Delgado, G. and Leal, A. (eds.) Los Desafios de la Ciudad del Siglo XXI (The Challenges of Twenty First Century Cities). Senado de la Republica / Ceiich-Puc-Pues, UNAM, Mexico, 421-438

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2015

  • Chant, S. (2015) ‘Gender and Poverty in the Global South.’ In Coles, A., Gray, L. and Momsen, J. (eds) A Handbook of Gender and Development. London: Routledge, 191-203.
  • Chant, S. (2015) Dimensions and Dynamics of the Gambian Diaspora in the Digital Age, in Sigona,N., Gamlen, A., Liberatore, G. and Kringelbach,H.N. (eds) Diasporas Reimagined (Oxford: Oxford Diasporas Programme), 51-62.
  • Chant, S. and Datu, K. (2015) ‘Women in Cities: Prosperity or Poverty? The Importance of Multidimensional and Multi-Spatial Analysis’. In Lemanski, C. and Marx, C. (eds.) The City in Urban Poverty. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 39-63.
  • Lees, L., Shin, H.B. and López-Morales, E. (2015) Conclusion: Global gentrifications. In Lees, L., Shin, H.B. and López-Morales, E. (Eds.) Global Gentrifications: Uneven Development and Displacement. Bristol: Policy Press, 441-452.
  • Lees, L., Shin, H.B. and López-Morales, E. (2015) Introduction: ‘Gentrification’ – a global urban process? In Lees, L., Shin, H.B. and López-Morales, E. (Eds.) Global Gentrifications: Uneven Development and Displacement. Bristol: Policy Press, 1-18.
  • Shin, H.B. (2015) Urbanization in China. In Wright, J. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition). Elsevier, 973-979 View the Word version
  • Jones, G.A (2015) ‘Contesting the Past, Recasting the Present: gentrification as metaphor, materiality and unreliable modernity in Mexico.’ In Lees, L., Shin, H.B. and Lopez, E. (eds.) Gentrification, Globalization and the Post-colonial Challenge. Policy Press.
  • Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D. (2015) ‘Gangs, Guns, and the City: Urban Policy in Dangerous Places.’ In Lemanski, C. and Marks, C. (eds.) The City in Urban Poverty. Palgrave-Macmillan

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2014

  • Chant, S. (2014) The informal economy in cities of the South.’ In Desai, V. and Potter, R. (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, 3rd edition. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 200-207
  • Tacoli, C. and Chant, S. (2014) ‘Migration, urbanisation and changing gender relations in the South’. In Parnell, S. and Oldfield, S. (eds.) Routledge Handbook on Cities of the Global South. London: Routledge, 586-86
  • Shin, H.B. (2014) Elite vision before people: State entrepreneurialism and the limits of participation. In Altrock, U. and Schoon, S. (Eds.) Maturing Megacities: The Pearl River Delta in Progressive Transition. Springer. pp. 267-285
  • Ballard, R. & Jones, G.A (2014) ‘The sugarcane frontier: producing gated space in KwaZulu-Natal.’ In Haferburg, C. and Huchzermeyer, M. (eds.), Urban Governance in Post-apartheid Cities: modes of engagement in South Africa’s metropoles. Gebrüder Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung
  • Jones, G.A. (2014) ‘Hecho en Mexico: gangs and public security over time, and now.’ In Rodgers, D. and Hazen, J. (eds.) Global Gangs. University of Minnesota Press
  • Jones, G.A. and Corbridge, S.E. (2014) ‘Urban Bias.’ In Desai, V. and R.B. Potter (eds.) The Companion to Development Studies (third edition). Edward Arnold

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2013

  • Chant, S. (2013) ‘The informal economy in cities of the South.’ In Desai, V. and Potter, R. (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, 3rd edition. London: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Chant, S. and Brickell, K. ( 2013) ‘Domesticating (and ‘de-patriarchalising’) the development agenda: a need for greater household (and family) engagement in gender-related policy interventions?’ In Rai, S. and Waylen, G. (eds.) New Frontiers in Feminist Political Economy. London: Routledge
  • Chant, S. (2013) ‘Gender – Is one goal enough?’ In United Nations Association UK (eds.) Global Development Goals: Leaving No-One Behind. London: Witan Media, pp.85-88.
  • Chant, S. (2013) ‘Long shadow of ‘smart economics’: the making, methodologies and messages of World Development Report 2012′. In Oso, L. and Ribas-Mateos, N. (eds.) The International Handbook on Gender, Migration and Transnationalism: Global and Development Perspectives. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 97-126
  • Chant, S. and Touray, I. (2013) ‘Women and gender in The Gambia: problems, progress and prospects.’ In Saine, A., Ceesay, E. and Sall, E. (eds.) State and society in The Gambia since independence. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, pp. 421-74

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2012

  • Chant, S. (2012) ‘Feminisation of poverty.’ In Ritzer, G. (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalisation, Vol.2. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 646-649
  • Chant, S. (2012) ‘Gender and urban housing in the global south.’ In Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahoney, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter and Peter Ward (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol.2. Elsevier: Oxford, pp.255-63
  • Chant, S. (2012) ‘Household organisation and survival in developing countries’, in Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahoney, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter and Peter Ward (eds), International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol.3, (Elsevier: Oxford), pp.217-26
  • Jones, G.A. & S. Thomas de Benitez, (2012) Homeless People: street children in Mexico, In: Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahony, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter, editors. International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 3. Oxford: Elsevier, pp.138-144.
  • Thornley, A. and Dierwechter, Y.  (2012) ‘Urban Planning and Regulation: the Challenge of the Market.’ In Crane, R. and Weber, R. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning. OUP
  • Thornley, A. and Newman, P. (2012) ‘Global Cities: Governance Cultures and Urban Policy.’ In Young, G. (ed.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Planning and Culture. Ashgate Press
  • Thornley, A. and Newman, P. (2012) ‘Planning for World Cities: Shifting Agendas and Differing Politics.’ In Derudder, B., Hoyler, M. and Taylor, P. (eds.) International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities. Edward Elgar

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2011

  • Chant, S. and Touray, I. (2011) ‘Women and gender in The Gambia: problems, progress and prospects.’ In Saine, A., Ceesay, E. and Sall, E. (eds.) The Gambia: Essays on Contemporary Issues and Future Direction(s), 1965-2009. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.
  • Chant, S. (2011) ‘The “feminisation of poverty” and the “feminisation” of anti-poverty programmes: room for revision?’ In Visvanathan, N., (coordinator) Duggan, L., Nisonoff, K. & Wiegersma, N. (eds.) The Women, Gender and Development Reader, 2nd ed. London: Zed, 174-194
  • Chant, S. (2011) ‘Female headship and the “feminisation of poverty”.’ In Lee, J. and Shaw, S. M. (eds.) Women Worldwide: Transnational Perspectives on Women. New York: McGraw-Hill, 334-336.
  • Chant, S. (2011) ‘Household organisation and survival in developing countries.’ In Smith, S. J. et al. (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Oxford: Elsevier
  • Chant, S. (2011) ‘Women, gender and urban housing in the global South.’ In Smith, J. S. et al. (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Oxford: Elsevier
  • Herrera, E., Jones, G.A. and Thomas de Benitez, S. (2011) ‘Bodies on the Line: identity markers among Mexican street youth.’ In Coffey, A. and Hall, T. (eds.), Researching Young People. Sage
  • Jones, G.A. (2011) ‘The Cultures of the Metropolis.’ In Burdett, R. and Sudjic, D. (eds.) Living in the Endless City. Phaidon, 156-161
  • Jones, G.A. (2011) ‘Mexico and the War on Drugs.’ In Europa Regional Surveys of the World: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2011. Routledge
  • Jones, G.A. and Ballrd, R. (2011) ‘Dinámicas de inclusión y exclusión en los procesos contemporáneos de gobernanza urbana en Sudáfrica.’ In Bassols, M. and Mendoza, C. (eds.) Gobernanza, Teoría y Prácticas Colectivas. Anthropos and UAM-Iztapalapa, 235-263.
  • Shin, H.B. (2011) ‘Vertical accumulation and accelerated urbanism: the East Asian experience.’ In Gandy, M. (ed.) Urban Constellations. Berlin, Jovis Verlag, 48-53.

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2010

  • Chant, S. (2010) ‘Gendered poverty across space and time: introduction and overview.’ In Chant, S. (ed.) International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: concepts, research, policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1-26
  • Chant, S. (2010) ‘Towards a (re-)conceptualisation of the ‘feminisation of poverty’: reflections on gender-differentiated poverty from The Gambia, Philippines and Costa Rica.’ In Chant, S. (ed.) International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: concepts, research, policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 111-116
  • Chant, S. (2010) ‘Women and Poverty.’ In Paviani, T. and Ceci, C. (eds.) The Future of the Earth. Turin: Codice/UTET
  • Fainstein, S., Gordon, I.R. and Harloe, M. (2010) ‘Ups and downs in the global city: London and New York in the 21st century.’ In Bridge, G. and Watson, S. (eds.) Blackwell Companion to the City.
  • Gordon, I.R. (2010) ‘Territorial competition.’ In Pike, A., Rodriguez-Pose, A. and Twomaney, J. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Local and Regional Development.
  • Gordon, I.R. (2010) ‘Scenarios and planning for alternative London futures: making a drama out of a strategy.’ In Kochlan, B. and Scanlon, K. (eds,) London Coping with Austerity. London: LSE London, 41-56.
  • Holman, N. (2010) ‘The changing nature of the London Plan.’ In Scanlon, K. and Kochan, B. (eds.) London: Coping with Austerity. LSE London: London.
  • Jones, G.A. and Thomas de Benitez, S. (2010) Youth, Gender and Work on the streets of Mexico, in Chant, S. (ed). International Handbook on Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy. Edward Elgar, 195-200.
  • Shin, H. B. (2010) ‘Empowerment or marginalisation: land, housing and property rights in poor neighbourhoods.’ In Wu, F. and Webster, C. (eds.) Marginalization in Urban China: comparative perspectives. Palgrave, 112-130.

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2009

  • Castillo Berthier, H. & Jones, G.A. (2009) Mean Streets: Gangs, Violence and Daily Life in Mexico, in G.A. Jones and D. Rodgers (eds) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective, Palgrave-Macmillan, New York. pp. 289-315.
  • Jones, G.A. & S. Thomas de Benitez, (2009) Tales of Two or Many Worlds? When ‘Street’ Kids go Global, in Wetherell, M. (ed) Theorising Identities and Social Action, Macmillan-Palgrave, Basingstoke. pp.75-92.
  • Rodgers, D. & Jones, G.A. (2009) Youth violence in Latin America: An Overview and Agenda for Research, in G.A. Jones and D. Rodgers (eds) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective, Palgrave-Macmillan, New York. pp.1-24.

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2008

  • Chant, S., Hernández, E.J., Castellon Zelaya, L. & Rojas Saborio, R. (2008) ‘¿Qué Tan Problemática es la “Femenización de la Pobreza” en Costa Rica? Reflexiones con referencia a un estudio cualitativo Guanacaste’, Anuario de Estudios Centroamericanos, Nos. 33 & 34, pp.205-60
  • Gordon, I., Haslam, C., McCann, P. & Scott-Quinn, B. (2008) ‘Off-shoring of work and London’s sustainability as an international financial center’, in Andersson, A. E., Cheshire, P. C., Karlsson, C. & Stough, R. (eds.) Innovation, Dynamic Regions and Regional Dynamics, Springer
  • Jones, G.A. & Corbridge, S.E. (2008) Urban Bias, in V. Desai and R.B. Potter (eds) TheCompanion to Development Studies, Edward Arnold (second edition), pp. 243-247.
  • Jones, G.A. & Moreno-Carranco, M. (2008) Liminal Cities: Global Spaces, Everyday Lives, in  M. Valença, Nel, E & Leimgruber, W (eds.) The Global Challenge and Marginalization, Nova Science. pp. 209-225.  [ISBN 1-60021-839-3]

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