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Article

Arun, Shoba and Annim, S and Arun, T (2016) Do All Networks ‘Work’? The Mediating Role of Social Networks on Consumption Expenditure in India. Sociology, 50 (3). pp. 522-541. ISSN 0038-0385

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankom and Devi, Usha (2011) Transforming livelihoods and assets through participatory approaches: the Kudumbashree in Kerala, India. International Journal of Public Administration, 34 (3). pp. 171-179. ISSN 1532-4265

Heeks, Richard and Arun, Shoba (2009) Social outsourcing as a development tool: the impact of outsourcing IT services to women's social enterprises in Kerala. Journal of International Development, 22 (4). 441 - 454. ISSN 1099-1328

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankum G. and Borooah, Vani, K. (2004) The effect of career breaks on the working lives of women. ISSN 1466-4372

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankum G. (2002) ICTs, gender and development: women in software production in Kerala. Journal of International Development, 14 (1). pp. 39-50. ISSN 1099-1328

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankum G. (2001) Gender at work within the software industry: an Indian perspective. ISSN 1072-8325

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankum G. (2001) Gender issues in social security policy of developing countries: lessons from the Kerala experience. International Social Security Review, 54 (4). 93 - 110. ISSN 1468-246X

Book Section

Arun, Shoba (2010) ‘Caring’ cosmopolitans and global migration: plus ça change? In: Development, Democracy and the State: Critiquing the Kerala Model of Development. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-54917-2

Arun, Shoba and Arun, Thankum G. and Heeks, Richard (2010) Trajectories of change: gendered technologies and perspectives. In: Development, democracy and the state: critiquing the Kerala model of development. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-54917-2

Arun, Shoba (2009) 'Caring' professionals: global migration and gendered cultural economy. In: Work and life in the global economy: a gendered analysis of service work. Palgrave. ISBN 9780230580848

Arun, Shoba and Heeks, Richard and Morgan, Sharon (2007) ICT initiatives, women and work. In: Urban women in contemporary India. Sage. ISBN 9780761935209

Arun, Shoba and Heeks, Richard and Morgan, Sharon (2006) ICTs for economic empowerment in South India. In: Encyclopedia of gender and information technology. Idea Group Publishing. ISBN 1591408156

Arun, Shoba and Heeks, Richard and Morgan, Sharon (2006) Improved livelihoods and empowerment for poor women through IT sector intervention. In: Cinderella or Cyberella? Empowering women in the knowledge economy. Kumarian Press. ISBN 9781565492196

Monograph

Arun, Shoba (2008) Managing assets and vulnerability contexts: vistas of gendered livelihoods of Adivasi women in South India. Working Paper. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester.

Heeks, Richard and Arun, Shoba and Morgan, Sharon (2005) Researching women's ICT-based enterprise for development: methods, tools and lessons from fieldwork. Working Paper. Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.

Arun, Shoba and Heeks, Richard and Morgan, Sharon (2004) ICT initiatives, women and work in developing countries: reinforcing or changing gender inequalities in South India? Working Paper. Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.

Morgan, Sharon and Heeks, Richard and Arun, Shoba (2004) Researching ICT-based enterprise for women in developing countries: a gender perspective. Working Paper. Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.

Arun, Shoba and Heeks, Richard and Morgan, Sharon (2004) Researching ICT-based enterprise for women in developing countries: a livelihoods perspective. Working Paper. Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.

Heeks, Richard and Arun, Shoba and Morgan, Sharon (2004) Researching ICT-based enterprise for women in developing countries: an enterprise perspective. Working Paper. Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.

Report

Arun, Shoba and Annim, Samuel and Arun, Thankum G. (2010) How can asset accumulation strategies be meaningful for adivasis in Southern India? [Report]

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