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Time use as an explanation for the agri-nutrition disconnect: evidence from rural areas in low and middle-income countries
D Johnston, S Stevano, HJ Malapit, E Hull, S Kadiyala
Food policy 76, 8-18, 2018
1392018
Hidden abodes in plain sight: The social reproduction of households and labor in the COVID-19 pandemic
S Stevano, A Mezzadri, L Lombardozzi, H Bargawi
Feminist Economics 27 (1-2), 271-287, 2021
972021
COVID-19 and crises of capitalism: intensifying inequalities and global responses
S Stevano, T Franz, Y Dafermos, E Van Waeyenberge
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2021
912021
Essential for what? A global social reproduction view on the re-organisation of work during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Stevano, R Ali, M Jamieson
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2021
912021
Agriculture, gendered time use, and nutritional outcomes: a systematic review
D Johnston, S Stevano, HJ Malapit, E Hull, S Kadiyala
IFPRI Discussion Paper 1456, 2015
742015
Feminist global political economies of work and social reproduction
A Mezzadri, S Newman, S Stevano
Review of International Political Economy 29 (6), 1783-1803, 2022
682022
Towards a political economy of the use of research assistants: reflections from fieldwork in Tanzania and Mozambique
K Deane, S Stevano
Qualitative Research 16 (2), 213-228, 2016
592016
Women in the gig economy: paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa.
A Hunt, E Samman, S Tapfuma, G Mwaura, R Omenya, K Kim, S Stevano, ...
Overseas Development Institute, 2019
562019
The limits of instrumentalism: Informal work and gendered cycles of food insecurity in Mozambique
S Stevano
The Journal of Development Studies 55 (1), 83-98, 2019
372019
Time-use analytics: An improved way of understanding gendered agriculture-nutrition pathways
S Stevano, S Kadiyala, D Johnston, H Malapit, E Hull, S Kalamatianou
Feminist Economics 25 (3), 1-22, 2019
352019
The role of research assistants in qualitative and cross-cultural social sciences research
S Stevano, K Deane
Springer Nature, 2019
332019
Better decisions for food security? Critical reflections on the economics of food choice and decision-making in development economics
S Stevano, D Johnston, E Codjoe
Cambridge Journal of Economics 44 (4), 813-833, 2020
222020
The urban food question in the context of inequality and dietary change: a study of schoolchildren in Accra
S Stevano, D Johnston, E Codjoe
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (6), 1177-1189, 2020
182020
Classes of working women in Mozambique: an integrated framework to understand working lives
S Stevano
Review of International Political Economy 29 (6), 1847-1869, 2022
172022
Work in the agro-industry, livelihoods and social reproduction in mozambique: beyond job creation
R Ali, S Stevano
Institute of Social and Economic Studies (IESE), 2019
162019
Small development questions are important, but they require big answers
S Stevano
World Development 127, 104826, 2020
142020
The workplace at the bottom of global supply chains as a site of reproduction of colonial relations: Reflections on the cashew‐processing industry in Mozambique
S Stevano
Gender, Work & Organization 30 (2), 496-509, 2023
92023
Women's work, food and household dynamics: A case study of Northern Mozambique
S Stevano
SOAS, University of London, 2014
92014
Mulheres no Processamento da Castanha de Caju: Reflexões sobre as Sociedades Agrárias, Trabalho e Género na Província de Cabo Delgado’
S Stevano
IESE (Instiuto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos), 2013
92013
Employers’ responses to the HIV epidemic in sub‐Saharan Africa: Revisiting the evidence
K Deane, S Stevano, D Johnston
Development Policy Review 37 (2), 245-259, 2019
72019
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