2022 (with Costella, van Aalst, Georgiadou, Slater, Reilly, McCord, Holmes, Ammoun, and Barca) Can Social Protection Tackle Risks Emerging from Climate Change, and How? a Framework and a Critical Review. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4206401 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4206401
2019 ‘Limitations of the indicators for Sustainable Development Goal targets relating to social protection provision, in the context of universal social protection and USP2030’, Policy in Focus, Vol.17, No. 2
2020 (with Tsukamoto) ‘Chapter 3: The contribution of employment-intensive investment programmes to structural economic transformation for peace and resilience,’ in Global Employment Policy Review 2020 Employment policies for inclusive structural transformation. ILO
2017 ‘The Role of Public Works in Addressing Poverty: Lessons from recent developments in Public Works Programming’, in Hulme and Lawson (eds) What Works for Africa’s Poorest, Practical Action Publishing.
2016 (with Yablonski and Winder Rossi) ‘The Political Economy of Cash Transfer Evaluations’, in Davis, Handa, Hypher, Winder Rossi, Winters and Yablonski. (eds) From Evidence to Action: The Story of Cash Transfers and Impact Evaluation in Sub Saharan Africa, OUP.
2013 (with Meth) ‘Work and welfare in the global South: public works programmes as an instrument of social policy’, in Surender R and Walker (eds) Social Policy in a Developing World. OUP.
2013 (with Slater ) ‘Learning from the PSNP: The influence of Ethiopia’s social protection experience in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond’, in Pankhurst, A, Rahmato, D and van Uffelen, G (eds) Food Security, Safety Nets and Social Protection: the Ethiopian Experience. Forum for Social Studies, Ethiopia.
2010 (with Meth ) ‘EPWP – A major role in reducing unemployment and poverty?’ in the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation’s Transformation Audit 2009.
2008 (with Mills, De Lorenzo and Malherbe) ‘Jobs, Jobs, Jobs! Public Works for Post-Conflict Development’, in Mackinlay, McNamee, and Mills (eds) International Peace Building for the 21st Century. American Enterprise Institute for Post-Conflict Public Policy Research/Royal United Services Institute. London.
2008 (with Meth) ‘The Function of Infrastructure Spending and Public Works in the Developmental State: Will increases in infrastructure spending and labour intensification contribute to the distribution of benefits from infrastructure investment to the poor?’ in Turok (ed) Wealth Doesn’t Trickle Down: The Case for a Developmental State in South Africa. Cape Town.
2008 ‘The Social Protection Function of Short Term Public Works Programmes in the Context of Chronic Poverty’ in Barrientos and Hulme (eds) Social Protection for the Poor and Poorest: Risk, Needs and Rights, Palgrave
2007 ‘Training and the EPWP’ in Kraak (ed) HSRC Human Development Review 2008. HSRC Press, Cape Town.
2006 ‘Development and Public Works’, in Clark (ed) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies, Edward Elgar, United Kingdom.
2003 ‘Employment and Labour Market Trends’, in South African Human Resources Development Directory, HSRC Press, Cape Town.
Selected Working and Discussion Papers
2015 (with Slater) Social Protection and Graduation through Sustainable Employment in IDS Bulletin, Volume46, Issue 2. Special Issue: Graduating from Social Protection? (eds Devereux and Sabates‐Wheeler)
2013 (with Holmes and Hagen-Zanker) What is the evidence on the impact of employment creation on stability and poverty reduction in fragile states. Prepared for DFID. ODI Research Reports
2009 (with Wilkinson) Assessing the Incidence of Public Works Programmes: Using Propensity Score Matching to Assess Poverty Targeting in Two Public Works Programmes in South Africa. SALDRU Working Paper no 31.