The following list is a compilation of members' publications relevant to the research clusters' area of focus. You can find an exhaustive list of member publications by going to their profiles via the members page.
Erhard Berner Berner, E. and B. Phillips (2005) ‘Left to Their Own Devices: Community Self-help between Alternative Development and Neoliberalism’. Community Development Journal 40, 1
Bert Helmsing Helmsing, A.H.J. 2006. Local economic development: enterprise and livelihood in Africa. In: Van Lindert, P. et al. eds Development matters. Geographical studies on development processes and policies. Utrecht: Utrecht University, Faculty of GeoSciences. Pp 199-214.
Tegegne Gebre Egziabher & A.H.J (Bert) Helmsing, eds. 2005. Local economic development in Africa: Enterprises, communities and local government. The Hague: Shaker Publishers.
Helmsing, A.H.J. 2003. Local economic development. New generations of actors, policies and instruments. Public Administration and Development, vol 23, no 1, 67-76.
Helmsing, A.H.J. 2002. Partnerships, meso-institutions and learning: new local and regional economic development initiatives in Latin America. In: Baud, I, and Post, J. (eds) Re-aligning actors in an urbanizing world. Governance and institutions from a development perspective. Pp. 79-101. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate.
Helmsing A.H.J. 1999. Teorias de desarrollo industrial regional y políticas de segunda y tercera generación. Revista Estudios Urbanos y Regionales, 25, 75, 5 –39.
Peter Knorringa Knorringa, P. and L. Pegler (2006) Globalisation, Firm Upgrading and Impacts on Labour, TESG Journal for Social and Economic Geography, 97, 5, pp. 468-477.
Knorringa, P and I van Staveren ‘Beyond Social Capital: a Critical Approach’, Review of Social Economy 65 (1), 2007, pp: 1-9.
Knorringa, P. and I. van Staveren, ‘Social Capital for Industrial Development: Operationalizing the Concept’, Vienna: UNIDO, 2006. UNIDO Research Programme COMPID (124pp).
Schmitz, H. and P. Knorringa (2000) P.Learning from Global Buyers. Journal of Development Studies, Vol 37 No 2 pp. 177-205.
Lee Pegler Pegler L. “Factory Modernisation and Union Identity: New Challenges for Unions – Reflections from Brazilian Case Studies”, Working Paper Series, nr. 377, ISS, The Hague, June 2003.
Pegler, L., “Employer ‘Dependence’ and Worker ‘Allegiance’ within the Factory of the Future: Evidence From Brazil” – paper presented to the International Labour Process Conference, London, 2001; also in ‘Working Papers Series’’, Paper 17, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, October, 2001; and ‘Revista Brasileira das Ciencias Sociais’’, Fevereiro, 2002.
Pegler L. and Knorringa P., “Integrating Labour Issues in Global Value Chain Analysis: Exploring implications for Labour Research and Unions”, chapter in V. Schmidt (ed.) Trade Union Responses to Globalisation: A Review by GURN, ILO, 2007, Geneva, pp35-51.
Irene van Staveren Staveren, I. van ‘Monitoring Gender Impacts of Trade’ in van Staveren, Elson, Cagatay and Crown (eds.) The Feminist Economics of Trade. London: Routledge, 2007.
Staveren, I. van ‘Five Methodological Approaches for Research on Gender and Trade Impacts’, ISS Working Paper Series no. 417, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, 2005.
Staveren, I. van and P. Knorringa, ‘Unpacking Social Capital in Economic Development: How Social Relations Matter’, Review of Social Economy 65 (1), 2007, pp. 107-135.