Gender and Globalization: The Iranian Experience, in Globalization, Islamism and Women in Iran, edited by R. Bahramitash and H. Esfahani, Syracuse U. Press 2011
La géographie importe-t-elle ou doit-elle importer en économie? French translation of “Does/Should Geography Matter for the Discipline of Economics?” in Les sciences sociales en voyage: le Moyen-Orient et l’Afrique du Nord vus d’Europe, d’Amerique et de l’interieur, edited by Eberhard Kienle, Paris, Editions Karthala / IREMAM 2009
(Revisiting) The Question of Gender, Education, Employment and Fertility in MENA, (in Spanish) in Población y Desarrollo en el Mediterráneo: Transiciones demográficas y Desigualdades socio- económicas, Edited by Tomás Jiménez Araya, IEMED and UNFPA joint project, Editorial ICARIA, Barcelona, 2009
The Myth of the Borderless World – Resisting (Post)colonial Economic Hegemony in Palestine, in M. Murphy and S. Dayal, Global Babel: Questions of Discourse and Communication in a Time of Globalization, 229-248, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, 2007.
‘Globalization’ Denied: Gender and Poverty in Iraq and Palestine, in The Wages of Empire: Neoliberal Policies, Armed Repression, and Women’s Poverty, edited by Amalia Cabezas, Ellen Reese, and Marguerite Waller, pp. 178-233, Paradigm, Boulder, Colorado, 2007.
Introduction,Gender Impact of Trade Liberalization in the MENA [Middle East and North Africa] Region, pp. 8-13, Center of Arab Women for Training and Research (CAWTAR), Tunis, Tunisia, 2006.
Structuring a Pension Scheme for a Future Palestinian State, with Edward Sayre in Economic Policy for Palestine, edited by David Cobham and Nu’man Kanafani, pp. 143-171, Routledge, London 2004.
Orientalism and Economic Methods – (Re)reading Feminist Economic Texts, in Postcolonialism Meets Economics, edited by Eiman Zein-Elabdin and S. Charusheela, pp. 162-182, Routledge, London, 2004.
Reexamining the Fertility Puzzle in the Middle East and North Africa, in Women and Globalization in the Arab Middle East: Gender, Economy and Society, edited by Eleanor Doumato and Marsha Pripstein- Posusney, pp. 73-92, Lynne Rienner, Boulder, CO, 2003.
Politics, Economics and (Virtual) Water: A Discursive Analysis of Water Policies in the Middle East and North Africa, with J. A. Allan, in Food and Agriculture in the Middle East and North Africa, Hans Lofgren (Ed.), Vol. 5 of Research in Middle East Economics, pp. 53-78, JAI/Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003.
Men’s Work/Women’s Work: Employment, Wages and Occupational Segregation in Bethlehem, in The Economics of Women and Work in the Middle East and North Africa, Mine Cinar (Ed.), Vol. 4 of Research in Middle East Economics, pp. 151-174, JAI/Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2001.
Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Volume IV (Economics, Education, Mobility, and Space), edited by Suad Joseph, et al., Brill, 2007.
Social And Welfare Policies: Central Arab States And North Africa
Women, Gender and Labor Profiles: Arab States
Women, Gender and Development Discourses and Practices: Arab States
Economics,Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures Vol 1: Methodologies, Paradigms and Sources, edited by Suad Joseph, et al., Brill 2003.
Economic History: Middle East and North Africa, in The Elgar Companion to Feminist Economics, edited by Janice Peterson and Margaret Lewis, pp. 219-226, Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 1999.
ON-LINE PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS:
“Does/Should Geography Matter for the Discipline of Economics?” Sixth Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting Montecatini Terme, Italy, March 2005, Aix-en-Provence, March 2006, SSRC, NY, NY, June 2007,
The WIC Program: Background, Trends, and Issues, with Vic Oliveira, Elizabeth Racine, and Linda Ghelfi, Economic Research Service (ERS/USDA) Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Report No. 27 (FANRR27), 2002,
Tracing the Impacts of Food Assistance Programs on Agriculture and Consumers: A Computable General Equilibrium Model, with K. Hanson, E. Golan, and S. Vogel, ERS/USDA Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Report No. 18 (FANRR18), 2002,
Review of Feminist Economics and the World Bank: History, Theory and Policy, in Feminist Economics, 14(2):160-163, 2008.
Gendered Occupation and Resistance in Palestine, with Tarek Maassarani, Middle East Women’s Studies (MEWS) Review, 19(1/2), Spring,/Summer 2004. pp. 1-4.
Pros and Cons of a Minimum Wage, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, 8/30/2004, Sect. D (Bus.), p. 1-2
Separation Unviable – A Comment on ‘Good Fences for a Bad Neighborhood: The Case for Unilateral Israeli Disengagement,’ by Dan Shueftan, Middle East Insight, Nov-Dec 2001, pp. 68-70.
Improving Worker Skills Key to Wage Gains, Rural Conditions and Trends, 11(2), 2000, pp. 56-61.
Economics of Palestinian Return Migration, with Edward Sayre, Middle East Report, No. 212, Vol. 29, No. 3, Fall, 1999, p. 8-9.
Review of The Palestinian Economy: Between Imposed Integration and Voluntary Separation, in the Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, 33(1), Summer, 1999. Review of Gender and Development in the Arab World: Women’s Economic Participation: Patterns and Policies, in the MEWS Review, 13(1), Spring, 1998.
Teaching with Literature and Films in Undergraduate Courses Across Disciplines Workshop, with Marilyn Booth, Eleanor Doumato, Sondra Hale and Sherifa Zuhur, MEWS Review, 12(4), 1998, pp. 1-7.