Asad Sayeed, Causes of Jihadi Militancy in FATA and Swat areas of Pakistan. in A. Sundar and N. Sundar eds. Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development. Bloomsbury Pakistan. August 2015.
Haris Gazdar, Yasser Kureshi and Asad Sayeed, The Rise of Jihadi Militancy in Pakistan's Tribal Areas. in A. Sundar and N. Sundar eds. Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development. New Delhi: Sage India. November 2014.
Haris Gazdar, A Window Half Open: Nutrition Policy in Pakistan. text box in Chapter 7 (Unpacking the Politics by Stuart Gillespie) of the 2013 Global Food Policy Report. IFPRI. March 2014.
Ayesha Khan, Paid Work as a Pathway of Empowerment: Pakistan's Lady Health Worker Programme. in A. Cornwall and J. Edwards, eds. Feminisms, Empowerment and Development: Changing Women's Lives. London. Zed Books. March 2014.
Haris Gazdar, Political Economy of Reform: Social Protection Reform in Pakistan. in G. Koehler and D. Chopra (eds). Development and Welfare Policy in South Asia, Routledge, London and New York. February 2014.
Ayesha Khan, Social Science Research and Engagement in Pakistan. in A. B. Tickner and D. L. Blaney, eds., Thinking International Relations Differently. London and New York: Routledge. 2012.
Mysbah Balagamwala and Haris Gazdar, Globalisation and Strategic Engagement Abroad and Labour Non-Markets at Home: Employment in Pakistan. in D. Narasimha Reddy (ed). Globalisation and Labour in South Asia. Panos South Asia. February 2013.
Haris Gazdar, The Fourth Round and Why They Fight On: A History of Land and Reform in Pakistan. in R. Kalshian (ed). Leveling the Playing Field: A Survey of Pakistan's Land Reforms. Panos South Asia. PANOS South Asia, Kathmandu, Nepal. March 2011.
Asad Sayeed, Gains from Trade and Structural Impediments to India-Pakistan Trade. E. Sridharan, ed., International Relations Theory and South Asian Regional Cooperation, Vol. II. Oxford University Press, Delhi. 2011.
Ayesha Khan, Women and Paid Work in Pakistan in F. Azim and M. Sultan, eds. Mapping Women's Empowerment. Experiences from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Dhaka: University Press Limited (UPL) and BRAC Development Institute (BDI) 2010
Haris Gazdar, The Transition to Mass Literacy: Comparative Insights from Sweden and Pakistan. in eds. N. Kabeer and A. Stark with E. Magnus, Global Perspectives on Gender Equality: Reversing the Gaze, Routledge, New York and London. 2008.
Ayesha Khan, Deja vu: The Fantasy of Being Military Rule in Pakistan. in eds. R. Riley and N. Inayatullah, Interrogating Imperialism: Conversations on Gender, Race and War. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. 2007.
Keywords: Political Economy
Haris Gazdar, Pre-modern, Modern and Post-modern Famine in Iraq, 1999-2003. in S. Devereux (ed.), The New Famines: Why Famines persist in an era of globalization. Routledge Studies in Development Economics, London. 2007.
Asad Sayeed and Radhika Balakrishnan, Why Do Firms Disintegrate? Towards an Understanding of the Firm-level Decision to Subcontract and its Implications for Labor. in ed. William Milberg, Labor and the Globalization of Production: Causes and Consequences of Industrial Upgrading. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire. 2004.