Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Politics and International Studies

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Professor Ruth Pearson's Publications

Books

  • Pearson R, Danloy C, Razavi S, Globalization, Export-Orientated Employment and Social Policy: Gendered Connections (Palgrave, 2004), 272p

  • Pearson R, Corporate Responsibility and Labour Rights: Codes of Conduct in the Global Economy (Earthscan, 2002), 256

  • Pearson R, Women and Credit : Researching the past, refiguring the Future (Berg Publishers, 2002), 352p

Journal articles

  • Kusakabe K, Pearson R, ‘Transborder Migration, Social Reproduction and Economic Development: A Case Study of Burmese Women Workers in Thailand’, INT MIGR, 48.6 (2010), 13-43
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2435.2010.00630.x

  • Pearson R, ‘Beyond women workers: Gendering Corporate Social Responsibility’, Third World Quarterly, 28.4 (2007), 731-749
    DOI: 10.1080/01436590701336622

  • Pearson R, ‘The Social is Political: Towards the Re-politicisation of Feminist Analysis of the Global Economy’, International Journal of Feminist Politics, 6.4 (2004), 603-622
    DOI: 10.1080/1461674042000283381

  • Pearson R, ‘Women, Work and Enpowerment in a Global Era’, IDS Bulletin, 35.4 (2004), 117-124

  • Pearson R, ‘Organising home-based workers in the global economy: an action-research approach’, Development in Practice, 14.1 & 2 (2004), 136-148
    DOI: 10.1080/0961452032000170703

  • Pearson R, ‘Argentina's Barter Network: New Currency for New Times?’, Bulletin of Latin American Research, 22.2 (2003), 214-230
    DOI: 10.1111/1470-9856.00074

  • Pearson R, ‘Feminist responses to economic globalisation: some examples of past and future practice’, Gender and Development 2003, 25-34

  • Pearson R, Seyfang G, ‘New Hope or False Dawn?: Voluntary Codes of Conduct, Labour Regulation and Social Policy in a Globalizing World’, Global Social Policy, 1.1 (2001), 49-78

Chapters

  • Pearson R, ‘Reassessing paid work and women's empowerment: lessons from the global economy’, in Feminisms in Development, ed. by Cornwall and others (Zed Books, 2007), 201-213

  • Pearson R, ‘The Rise and Rise of Gender and Development’, in A radical history of development studies: individuals, institutions and ideologies, ed. by Kothari U (Zed Books, 2005), 157-179

  • Pearson R, Danloy C, Razavi S, ‘Globalization, Export-Orientated Employment and Social Policy’, in Gendered Connections, in Globalization, Export-Orientated Employment and Social Policy: Gendered Connections, ed. by Razavi S, Pearson R and Danloy C (Palgrave, 2004), pp.272

  • Jenkins R, Pearson R, Seyfang G, ‘Introduction’, in Corporate Responsibility and Labour Rights, ed. by Jenkins and others (Easrthscan, 2002), 1-12

  • Pearson R, Seyfang G, ‘I'll tell you what I want....' : women workers and codes of conduct’, in Corporate Responsibility and Labour Rights, ed. by Jenkins and others (Earthscan, 2002), 43-60

  • Pearson R, ‘Micro-credit as a Path from Welfare to Work: The experience of the Full Circle Project, UK’, in Women and Credit : Researching the past, refiguring the Future, ed. by Campbell G, Lemire B and Pearson R (Berg Publishers, 2001)

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