Samar Zuberi, Rashid Mehmood and Haris Gazdar, Review of Agri-Food Value Chain Interventions Aimed at Enhancing Consumption of Nutritious Food by the Poor: Pakistan. LANSA Working Paper, Volume 2016, No 7. July 2016.
Sidra Mazhar, My choice or not? Collective Blog. July 2016.
Haris Gazdar, Women's work and wages. Collective Blog. August 2015.
Mara Van Den Bold, Neha Kohli, Stuart Gillespie, Samar Zuberi, Sangeetha Rajeesh and Barnali Chakraborty, Is There an Enabling Environment for Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in South Asia? Stakeholder Perspectives from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 2015, Vol. 36(2) 231-247. July 2015.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Haris Gazdar and Hussain Bux Mallah, Women's Agricultural Work and Nutrition in Pakistan: Findings from Qualitative Research. LANSA Working Paper, Volume 2015, No.02. LANSA. January 2015.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Haris Gazdar and Hussain Bux Mallah, Synergies or Trade-Off Between Agricultural Growth and Nutrition: Women's Work and Care. Paper presented at the 30th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists, Islamabad. December 2014.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Shifting Norms. Collective Blog. October 2014.
Michael Loevinsohn and Rashid Mehmood, Convergence on Nutrition in Agricultural Systems of Innovation: Concepts and Methods, with Examples from Pakistan. LANSA Working Paper, Volume 2014, No.01. LANSA. October 2014.
Samar Zuberi, Scaling up Food Fortification in Pakistan: A Feasible Option. Collective/LANSA Blog. July 2014.
Samar Zuberi, The Beginning of a Dialogue: Responsive Agriculture-Nutrition Research. Collective/LANSA Blog. May 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.
Haris Gazdar, Considering Fragility: A Disconnect between Agriculture and Nutrition. Collective/SecureNutrition Blog. July 2013.
Haris Gazdar, Art of the Possible: Review of Focus on Children Under Six. Economic & Political Weekly. June 2007.