- Farha Naz, Philippe Doneys, Shahab E. Saqib (2017), Adaptation strategies to floods: A gender-based analysis of the farming- dependent char community in the Padma floodplain, Bangladesh, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.12.016
- Kyoko Kusakabe, Philippe Doneys, Joyee Chatterjee (2017), Looking Forward, Looking Back : Gender, Technology and Development in a Changing World, Gender, Technology and Development, 21(1-2).
- Rajan Parajuli, Philippe Doneys (2017), Exploring the role of telemedicine in improving access to healthcare services by women and girls in rural Nepal, Telematics and Informatics 34, 1166–1176.
- Aurangzaib Alizai , Philippe Doneys, Donna L. Doane (2016), Impact of Gender Binarism on Hijras’ Life Course and Their Access to Fundamental Human Rights in Pakistan, Journal of Homosexuality, Sept.
- Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij, Philippe Doneys, Kyoko Kusakabe, Donna L Doane (2016), Expansion of Womens Political Participation through Social Movements: The Case of the Red and Yellow Shirts in Thailand, Journal of Asian and African studies, June.
- Phuong Pham, Philippe Doneys, and Donna L. Doane (2016), “Changing Livelihoods, Gender Roles and Gender Hierarchies: the Impact of Climate, Regulatory and Social Changes on Women and Men in a Co Tu Community in Vietnam”, Women Studies International Forum, 54.
- Lund, Ragnhild, Kyoko Kusakabe, Smita Mishra Panda, Wang Yunxian (2016) Building knowledge across transnational boundaries: Collaboration and friendship in research, Emotion, Space and Society 20, 18-24
- Kusakabe, Kyoko (2016) “Women fish processors in Cambodia: Challenges for collective business”, Asian Fisheries Science, 29S, 93-110.
- Kusakabe, Kyoko and Ruth Pearson (2016) “Working through exceptional space: the case of women migrant workers in Mae Sot, Thailand”, International sociology, 31:3, 268-285.
- Shinobu, Sasaki, Kyoko Kusakabe and Philippe Doneys (2016) “Exploring human (in-)security from a gender perspective: A case study of subcontracted workers in Thailand”, International journal of sociology and social policy, 36:5/6, 304-318.
- Moran, M.B., Chatterjee, J.S., Frank, L.B. et al.(2016), “Individual, Cultural and Structural Predictors of Vaccine Safety Confidence and Influenza Vaccination Among Hispanic Female Subgroups“, Journal of Immigrant Minority Health . doi:10.1007/s10903-016-0428-9
- Meghan Bridgid Moran and Lauren B. Frank and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Sheila T. Murphy and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati (2016), “A pilot test of the acceptability and efficacy of narrative and non-narrative health education materials in a low health literacy population“, Journal of Communication in Healthcare 9 (1), 40-48
- Meghan Bridgid Moran and Lauren B. Frank and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Sheila T. Murphy and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati (2016), “Information scanning and vaccine safety concerns among African American, Mexican American, and non-Hispanic White women“, Patient education and counseling 99 (1), 147-153