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Book Chapters

Stevano, Sara (2019) 'Marx and the Poor's Nourishment: Diets in Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa.' In: Mezzadri, Alessandra, (ed.), Marx in the Field. Anthem Press. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara and Deane, Kevin (2019) 'The Role of Research Assistants in Qualitative and Cross-Cultural Social Sciences Research.' In: Liamputtong, P, (ed.), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Social Sciences. Singapore: Springer.

Stevano, Sara (2018) 'Food Politics.' In: Sbaiti, Mariam, (ed.), Global Health at a Glance. Wiley Press. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara (2015) 'Women Processing Cashew Nut: Reflections on Work, Investment and Gender in the Province of Cabo Delgado.' In: Castel-Branco, C. N., Massingue, N. and Muianga, C., (eds.), Questions on productive development in Mozambique : background papers for the Danida project, 'Advocacy and Research for Private-Sector Business Development Programme' (PSBDP 2011-2015), coordinated by the Business Environment Fund (FAN). Maputo, Mozambique: IESE, pp. 232-250.

Stevano, Sara (2013) 'Mulheres no Processamento da Castanha de Caju: Reflexões sobre as Sociedades Agrárias, Trabalho e Género na Província de Cabo Delgado’.' In: Desafios para Moçambique 2013. Maputo: IESE (Instiuto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos).

Journal Article

Stevano, Sara, Franz, Tobias, Dafermos, Yannis and Van Waeyenberge, Elisa (2021) 'COVID-19 and Crises of Capitalism: Intensifying Inequalities and Global Responses.' Canadian Journal of Development Studies /Revue canadienne d’études du développement. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara (2021) 'Classes of Working Women in Mozambique: An Integrated Framework to Understand Working Lives.' Review of International Political Economy. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara, Mezzadri, Alessandra, Lombardozzi, Lorena and Bargawi, Hannah (2021) 'Hidden Abodes in Plain Sight: The Social Reproduction of Households and Labour in the COVID-19 pandemic.' Feminist Economics. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara, Ali, Rosimina and Jamieson, Merle (2020) 'Essential for what? A global social reproduction view on the re-organisation of work during the COVID-19 pandemic.' Canadian Journal of Development Studies. (Forthcoming)

Stevano, Sara, Johnston, Deborah and Codjoe, Emmanuel (2020) 'Better decisions for food security? Critical reflections on the economics of food choice and decision-making in development economics.' Cambridge Journal of Economics, 44 (4). pp. 813-833.

Stevano, Sara (2020) 'Small Development Questions are Important, but They Require Big Answers.' World Development, 127 (104826). p. 104826.

Stevano, Sara, Johnston, Deborah and Codjoe, Emmanuel Ashiedu (2019) 'The Urban Food Question in the Context of Inequality and Dietary Change: A Study of Schoolchildren in Accra.' Journal of Development Studies, 56 (6). pp. 1177-1189.

Stevano, Sara (2019) 'The limits of instrumentalism: Informal work and gendered cycles of food insecurity in Mozambique.' Journal of Development Studies, 55 (1). pp. 83-98.

Stevano, Sara, Kadiyala, Suneetha, Johnston, Deborah, Malapit, Hazel, Hull, Elizabeth and Kalamatianou, Sofia (2019) 'Time-Use Analytics: An Improved Way of Understanding Gendered Agriculture-Nutrition Pathways.' Feminist Economics, 25 (3). pp. 1-22.

Deane, Kevin, Stevano, Sara and Johnston, Deborah (2018) 'Employers’ responses to the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa: Revisiting the evidence.' Development Policy Review, 37 (2). pp. 245-259.

Johnston, Deborah, Stevano, Sara, Malapit, Hazel J, Hull, Elizabeth and Kadiyala, Suneetha (2018) 'Review: Time Use as an Explanation for the Agri-Nutrition Disconnect? Evidence from Rural Areas in Low and Middle Income Countries.' Food Policy, 76. pp. 8-18.

Deane, Kevin and Stevano, Sara (2016) 'Towards a political economy of the use of research assistants: Reflections from fieldwork in Tanzania and Mozambique.' Qualitative Research, 16 (2). pp. 213-228.

Stevano, Sara (2014) 'Non abbiamo né soldi né tempo per fare colazione: Riflessioni sulla vulnerabilitá alimentare nel Nord del Mozambico.' Afriche e Orienti, 3.

Harris, J, Bruce, M, Cavatorta, Elisa, Cornelsen, L, Haesler, B, Green, R, Morgan, E. H., Stevano, Sara, Walls, H. L. and Cunninghan, K (2013) '3rd Annual Conference of the Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH), Developing methods in agriculture and health research, London, 13-14 June 2013.' Food Security, 5 (6). pp. 887-894.

Monographs and Working Papers

Ali, Rosimina and Stevano, Sara (2019) Work in the Agro-industry, Livelihoods and Social Reproduction in Mozambique: Beyond Job Creation. Maputo, Mozambique:

Hunt, Abigail, Samman, Emma, Tapfuma, Sherry, Mwaura, Grace, Omenya, Rhoda, Kim, Kay, Stevano, Sara and Roumer, Aida (2019) Women in the gig economy: paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa. London:

Stevano, Sara and Ali, Rosimina (2019) Working in the Agro-Industry in Mozambique: Can These Jobs Lift Workers Out of Poverty? Maputo, Mozambique: Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos.

Johnston, Deborah, Stevano, Sara, Malapit, Hazel, Hull, Elizabeth and Kadiyala, Suneetha (2015) Agriculture, Gendered Time Use, and Nutritional Outcomes: A Systematic Review. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

Book Reviews

Stevano, Sara (2019) 'Review of 'Economic Woman. Gender Inequality in the Age of Capital' by Frances Raday.' Economic Issues, 24 (2). pp. 90-92.

Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs

Newman, Susan and Stevano, Sara (2020) The latest significant step in the UK’s development agenda. Developing Economics : a Critical Perspective on Developing Economics [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Marzagora, Sara and Stevano, Sara (2020) 'We are the University!' Reflections on the 2020 strike of UK university workers. Global Labour Column [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Stevano, Sara (2020) 'Gig economies' in Africa: Continuity or Change? Futures of Work [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Stevano, Sara (2019) The randomistas won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economics. Will they also win the debate on development economics? SOAS Blog [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Stevano, Sara (2019) Food Habits of Kids in Ghana Show How Unhealthy Diets Take Root. The Conversation Africa [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Stevano, Sara (2018) Social Reproduction and Women’s Work in the Global South. Journal of Agrarian Change Blog [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Stevano, Sara (2015) It is time: Why time matters in agriculture-nutrition pathways. CGIAR Gender-Nutrition IDEA Exchange [Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs]

Theses

Stevano, Sara (2014) Women's work, food and household dynamics: a case study of Northern Mozambique. PhD thesis. SOAS, University of London. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25501/SOAS.00020317

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