Number of items: 12.
'Cambodian sweatshop protests reveal the blood on our clothes.'
The Conversation UK
'Indian Garment Clusters and CSR Norms: Incompatible Agendas at the Bottom of the Garment Commodity Chain.'
Oxford Development Studies
'Reflections on Globalisation and Labour Standards in the Indian Garment Industry: Codes of Conduct Versus ‘Codes of Practice’ Imposed by the Firm.'
Global Labour Journal, 3
'Review of 'Africa's Informal Workers: collective agency, alliances and transnational organising in urban Africa’ edited by Ilda Lindell.'
Journal of Modern African Studies, 49
'Globalisation, informalisation and the state in the Indian garment industry.'
International Review of Sociology, 20
'Assessing the Effectiveness of Corporate Social Responsibility as a Tool for ‘Poverty Reduction through Productive Activities’: The Case of the Delhi Garment Cluster.'
Growth, Exports and Technological Change in Developing Countries.
Vienna: UNIDO, pp. 148-165.
(UNIDO Research and Statistics Branch Working Paper 26/2009)
'The global footloose proletariat and the financial crisis: reflections on the contradictions of export-oriented industrialisation in India.'
Global Labour Column
''Neoliberalism, Industrial Restructuring and Labour: Lessons from the Delhi Garment Industry'.'
In: Saad Filho, Alfredo and Yalman, Galip L., (eds.),
Economic Transitions to Neoliberalism in Middle Income Countries- Policy Dilemmas, Economic Crises, Forms of Resistance.
'How Globalised Production Exploits Informal-Sector Workers:
Investigating the Indian Garment Sector.'
'Feminise without Unionise: the Indian Garment sector and its lack of solidarity.'
Missing Links in Sustainable Development: South Asian Perspectives.
Islamabad: SDPI/Sama, pp. 105-130.
'The rise of neo-liberal globalisation and the ‘new old’ social regulation of labour: the case of Delhi garment sector.'
The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 51
'The limitation of corporate social responsibility in the Indian garment sector: a case study from the Delhi industrial area at the end of the Multi Fibre Agreement.'
At the crossroads: South Asian Research, Policy and Development in a Globalised World.
Islamabad: SDPI/Sama, pp. 16-35.