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Bradshaw, Sarah and Chant, Sylvia and Linneker, Brian (2017) Gender and poverty: what we know, don’t know, and need to know for Agenda 2030. Gender, Place and Culture, 24 (12). pp. 1667-1688. ISSN 0966-369X

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian and Overton, Lisa (2017) Extractive industries as sites of supernormal profits and supernormal patriarchy? Gender & Development, 25 (3). pp. 439-454. ISSN 1355-2074

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2017) The gendered terrain of disaster risk reduction including climate change adaptation. In: The Routledge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction Including Climate Change Adaptation. Kelman, Ilan and Mercer, Jessica and Gaillard, J. C., eds. Routledge International Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 129-139. ISBN 9781138924567

Bradshaw, Sarah (2016) Rereading gender and patriarchy through a "lens of masculinity": the "known" story and new narratives from post-Mitch Nicaragua. In: Men, Masculinities and Disaster. Enarson, Elaine and Pease, Bob, eds. Routledge Studies in Hazards, Disaster Risk and Climate Change . Routledge, London, pp. 56-65. ISBN 9781138934177

Bradshaw, Sarah (2016) The humanitarian-development divide. Paper prepared for the Solutions Alliance Roundtable, 9- 10 February 2016, Brussels, Belgium. Discussion Paper. Solutions Alliance Roundtable, Brussels, Belgium.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian and Overton, Lisa (2016) Gender and social accountability: ensuring women’s inclusion in citizen-led accountability programming relating to extractive industries. Oxfam America Research Backgrounder series (2016). Working Paper. Oxfam America.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2015) The gendered destruction and reconstruction of assets and the transformative potential of ‘disasters'. In: Gender, asset accumulation and just cities: pathways to transformation. Moser, Caroline O. N., ed. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 164-180. ISBN 9781138193536

Bradshaw, Sarah (2015) Gendered rights in the post-2015 development and disasters agendas. IDS Bulletin, 46 (4). pp. 59-65. ISSN 0265-5012

Bradshaw, Sarah (2015) Sustainability and gender equality: exploring the post-2015 sustainable development agenda. In: Environment and Sustainability in a Globalizing World. Nightingale, Andrea and Böhler, T., eds. Issues in a Globalizing World, Series . Routledge, London. (Accepted/In press)

Castellino, Joshua and Bradshaw, Sarah (2015) Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability. Washington International Law Journal, 24 (3). pp. 459-494. ISSN 2377-0872

Castellino, Joshua and Bradshaw, Sarah (2015) Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability [conference item]. In: Symposium on The Post-2015 Development Agenda: From the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), 1 May 2015, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2014) Gender and environmental change in the developing world. Project Report. International Institute for Environment and Development - IIED, London.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2014) ‘From Structural Adjustment to Social Adjustment: A Gendered Analysis of Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua’, Global Social Policy, 2008, 8, 2, 188–207. In: Gender, Poverty, and Development. Chant, Sylvia and Beetham, Gwendolyn, eds. Critical Concepts in Development Studies . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9780415711951

Bradshaw, Sarah (2014) Double disaster: disaster risk through a gender lens. In: Natural hazards, risks and disasters in society. Collins, A., ed. Elsevier.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2014) Engendering development and disasters. Disasters, 39 (1). pp. 54-75.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Fordham, Maureen (2013) Women and girls in disasters. Project Report. Department for International Development - DFID, London.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Castellino, Joshua and Diop, Bineta (2013) Women's role in economic development: overcoming the constraints, prepared for the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Project Report. The United Nations.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2013) Bridging the humanitarain-development divide. In: In Double Jeopardy: Adolescent girls and disasters', Because I am a Girl report: The state of the world's girls 2013. Plan International, UK. ISBN 978-0-965219-8-9

Bradshaw, Sarah (2013) Gender, development and disasters. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 9781849804462

Bradshaw, Sarah (2013) Women's decision-making in rural and urban households in Nicaragua: the influence of income and ideology. Environment and Urbanisation, 25 (1). pp. 81-94.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2011) Decisiones económicas e intimas de las mujeres (Women's economic and intimate decisions). Project Report. Puntos de Encuentro, Managua, Nicaragua.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2010) Feminisation or de-feminisation? Gendered experiences of poverty post-disaster. In: International Handbook on Gender and Poverty. Chant, Sylvia, ed. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 627-632.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2010) Poverty alleviation in a changing policy and political context: the case of PRSPs in Latin America. In: The international handbook on gender and poverty. Chant, Sylvia, ed. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 516-521.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2009) Men, women and disasters: masculinities v femininisation. In: Second India Disaster Management Congress, 4-6 November 2009, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2009) Engendering disasters: feminization of response or a feminization of responsibility? Regional Development Dialogue, 30 (1). pp. 123-131.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2009) Gender perspectives on disaster reconstruction in Nicaragua: reconstructing roles and relations? In: Women, gender and disaster: global issues and initiatives. Enarson, Elaine and Chakrabarti, P. G. Dhar, eds. Sage, pp. 75-88. ISBN 9788132101482

Bradshaw, Sarah (2008) An unholy Trinity: the Church, the State, the Banks and the challenges for women mobilising for change in Nicaragua. IDS Bulletin, 39 (6). pp. 67-74. ISSN 0265-5012

Bradshaw, Sarah and Víquez, Ana Quirós (2008) Women beneficiaries or women bearing the cost? A gendered analysis of the Red de Protección Social in Nicaragua. Development and change, 39 (5). pp. 823-844. ISSN 0012-155X

Bradshaw, Sarah (2008) From structural adjustment to social adjustment: a gendered analysis of conditional cash transfer programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua. Global Social Policy, 8 (2). pp. 188-207. ISSN 1468-0181

Bradshaw, Sarah (2008) Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda. In: The politics of rights: dilemmas for feminist praxis. Molyneux, Maxine and Cornwall, Andrea, eds. Routledge, London, pp. 155-167.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Criquillion, Ana and Castillo, Vilma A. and Wilson, Goya (2008) Talking rights or what is right: understandings and strategies around sexual, reproductive and abortion rights in Nicaragua. In: Gender, rights and development: a global sourcebook. Mukhopadhyay, Maitrayee and Meer, Shamim, eds. Gender, Society and Development series . Royal Tropical Institute, pp. 57-68. ISBN 9789068327427

Anderson, Cheryl L. and Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda and Bradshaw, Sarah and Enarson, Elaine and Fordham, Maureen and Hay, Rowena and Katwikirize, Stuart and Karanci, Nuray and Meyreles, Lourdes and Schwoebel, Mary Hope (2008) The gender and disaster sourcebook [E-book]. Gender and Disasters Network.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Solorzano, Irela and Bank, Amy (2007) The changing nature of change: a Nicaraguan feminist experience. Project Report. Proceedings of the World Congress on Communication for Development, Rome.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2006) Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda. Third World Quarterly, 27 (7). pp. 1329-1341. ISSN 0143-6597

Bradshaw, Sarah and Arenas, Angeles (2004) Gender analysis in assessing the economic impacts of natural disasters. CEPAL - Serie manuales (33). ISSN 1680-886X

Bradshaw, Sarah (2004) Socio-economic impacts of natural disasters: a gender analysis. CEPAL - Serie manuales (32). ISSN 1680-886X

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian and Quirós Víquez, Ana (2004) Evaluation of the development and implementation of the poverty reduction strategy in Nicaragua. Project Report. Managua, Nicaragua.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Quirós Víquez, Ana and Linneker, Brian (2004) Gender mainstreaming in poverty reduction strategies. Project Report. Centro de Información y Servicios de Asesoría en Salud - CISAS, Managua, Nicaragua.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2004) On the margins and the mainstream: engendering the disasters agenda. In: Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop., August 10-12, 2004, Honolulu, Hawai‘i.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2003) Challenging women's poverty: perspectives on gender and poverty reduction strategies from Nicaragua and Honduras. Project Report. CIIR-ICD Briefing London.

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2003) Civil society responses to poverty reduction strategies in Nicaragua. Progress in Development Studies, 3 (2). pp. 146-157. ISSN 1464-9934

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2003) Desafiando la pobreza: perspectivas de genero y estrategias para la reduccion de la pobreza en Nicaragua y Honduras. CIIR-ICD, London. ISBN 1-85287-305-1

Quirós Víquez, Ana and Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2003) Evaluación del avance y la implementación de la ERCERP en Nicaragua a dos años de su aprobación. Project Report. Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua, Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2003) Handbook for estimating the socio-economic and environmental effects of disasters. United Nations, ECLAC & International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (The World Bank)..

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian and Quirós Víquez, Ana (2003) Las mujeres en Nicaragua, la pobreza y como se pretende reducirla. In: Reducción de la Pobreza, Gobernabilidad Democrática y Equidad de Genero. GTZ, Managua, Nicaragua, pp. 197-212. ISBN 99924-0-255-5

Bradshaw, Sarah (2002) Exploring the gender dimensions of reconstruction processes post-hurricane Mitch. Journal of International Development, 14 (6). pp. 871-879. ISSN 10991328

Bradshaw, Sarah (2002) Gendered poverties and power relations: looking inside communities and households. Puntos de Encuentro, Nicaragua. ISBN 9992401982

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian and Zuniga, Rebeca (2002) Social roles and spatial relations of NGOs and civil society. In: Challenges and change in Middle America: perspectives on development in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Willis, Katie and Mcllwaine, Cathy, eds. Pearson Education, Harlow, pp. 243-269. ISBN 0582404851

Bradshaw, Sarah (2001) Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua. Gender & Development, 9 (3). pp. 79-87. ISSN 1355-2074

Bradshaw, Sarah and Linneker, Brian (2001) Challenging poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion in Nicaragua: some considerations for poverty reduction strategies. The Nicaraguan Academic Journal, 2 (2). pp. 186-224.

Bradshaw, Sarah (2001) Dangerous liaisons: women, men and Hurricane Mitch. Fundacion Puntos de Encuentro, Managua, Nicaragua. ISBN 9992401281

Bradshaw, Sarah (2001) Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua. In: Gender, development and humanitarian work. Sweetman, Caroline, ed. Oxfam, Oxford, pp. 79-87. ISBN 0-85598-457-0

Bradshaw, Sarah (1995) Female-headed households in Honduras: perspectives on rural-urban differences. Third World Planning Review, 17 (2). pp. 117-131.

Bradshaw, Sarah (1995) Women's access to employment and the formation of women-headed households in rural and urban Honduras. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 14 (2). pp. 143-158.

Bradshaw, Sarah (1990) Women in Chilean rural society. In: Neo-liberal agriculture in rural Chile. Hojman, D., ed. Macmillan, London, pp. 110-126.

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