Publications

List of Publications of QES-AS Scholars
(Names of QES-AS Scholars are bolded and italic.)

Journal Articles

  • Cameron McCordic and Ezequiel Abrahamo. (2019). “Family Structure and Severe Food Insecurity in Maputo and Matola, Mozambique.Sustainability 11(1): 267.
  • Jonathan Crush and Mary Caesar. (2018). “Food Remittances and Food Security: A Review.” Migration and Development, 7(2): 180-200.
  • Liam Riley and Mary Caesar. (2018). “Urban Household Food Security in China and Mozambique: A Gender-Based Comparative Approach.” Development in Practice, 28(8): 1012-1021.
  • Jonathan Crush and Mary Caesar. (2017). “Cultivating the Migration-Food Security Nexus.” International Migration, 55: 17-19.s
  • Ning Dai, Taiyang Zhong, Steffanie Scott. (In press). “From Overt Opposition to Covert Cooperation: Governance of Street Food Vending in Nanjing, China.Urban Forum.
  • Robert Kinlocke and Elizabeth Thomas-Hope. (In press). “Characterisation, Challenges and Resilience of Small-Scale Food Retailers in Kingston, Jamaica.Urban Forum.
  • Xinxian Qi, Zhenzhong Si, Taiyang Zhong and Jonathan Crush. (In press). “Spatial Determinants of Urban Wet Market Vendor Profit in Nanjing, China.” Habitat International.
  • Godfrey Tawodzera. (In press). “The Nature and Operations of Informal Food Vendors in Cape Town.Urban Forum.
  • Gareth Haysom and Godfrey Tawodzera. (2018). “Measurement Drives Diagnosis and Response: Gaps in Transferring Food Security Assessment to the Urban Scale.” Food Policy, 74: 117-125.
  • Jonathan Crush and Godfrey Tawodzera. (2017). “South-South Migration and Urban Food Security: Zimbabwean Migrants in South African Cities.” International Migration, 55(4): 88-102.
  • Jonathan Crush, Godfrey Tawodzera, Cameron McCordic, Sujata Ramachandran and Robertson Tengeh. (2017). “Refugee Entrepreneurial Economics in Urban South Africa.” African Human Mobility Review, 3(2): 783-819.
  • Jonathan Crush, Godfrey Tawodzera, Abel Chikanda, Daniel Tevera. “The Owners of Xenophobia: Zimbabwean Informal Enterprise and Xenophobic Violence in South Africa.” African Human Mobility Review, 3(2): 879-909.
  • Godfrey Tawodzera and Abel Chikanda. (2017). “Linking Harare and Johannesburg Through Informal Cross-border Entrepreneurship.” African Human Mobility Review, 3(2): 910-942.
  • Sujata Ramachandran, Jonathan Crush and Godfrey Tawodzera. (2017). “Security Risk and Xenophobia in the Urban Informal Sector.” African Human Mobility Review, 3(2): 820-853.
  • Taiyang Zhong, Zhenzhong Si, Jonathan Crush, Steffanie Scott, Xianjin Huang. (In press). “Achieving Urban Food Security through a Hybrid Public-Private Food 2 Provisioning System: The Case of Nanjing, China.” Food Security.
  • Zhenzhong Si, Yanyan Li, Ping Fang and Li Zhou. (2019). “‘One Family, Two Systems’: Food Safety Crisis as a Catalyst for Agrarian Changes in Rural China.” Journal of Rural Studies, 69: 87-96.
  • Zhenzhong Si and Steffanie Scott. (2019). “China’s Changing Food System: Top-down and Bottom-up Forces in Food System Transformations.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 40(1): 1-11.
  • Zhenzhong Si, Steffanie Scott, and Cameron McCordic. (2019). “Wet Markets, Supermarkets and Alternative Food Sources: Consumers’ Food Access in Nanjing, China.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 40(1): 78-96.
  • Zhenzhong Si, Ning Dai, and Danshu Qi. (2018). “An Overview of Critical Issues of Alternative Food Networks in the Global Context.” China Agricultural University Journal of Social Sciences Edition. 35(4): 127-136. (in Chinese)
  • Taiyang Zhong, Zhenzhong Si, Jonathan Crush, Zhiying Xu, Xianjin Huang, Steffanie Scott, Shuangshuang Tang, and Xiang Zhang. (2018). “The Impact of Proximity to Wet Markets and Supermarkets on Household Dietary Diversity in Nanjing City, China.” Sustainability. 10: 1465.
  • Zhenzhong Si, Jenelle RegnierDavies, and Steffanie Scott. (2018). “Food Safety in Daily Lives: Perceptions and Coping Strategies of Urban Residents in Nanjing, China.” China Information, 32(3): 377-399.
  • Jonathan Crush and Graeme Young. (In press). “Resituating Africa’s Urban Informal Food Sector.Urban Forum.
  • Graeme Young. (2019). “The State and the Origins of Informal Economic Activity: Insights from Kampala.Urban Forum 30, no. 3.
  • Graeme Young. (2019). “Political Decision-Making and the Decline of Canadian Peacekeeping.” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 25(2): 152-171.
  • Graeme Young. (2018). “De-Democratisation and the Rights of Street Vendors in Kampala, Uganda.” The International Journal of Human Rights 22(8): 1007-1029.

 

Journal Special Issues

 

Books 

 

Book Chapters

  • Mary Caesar and Jonathan Crush. (2017). “The Triple Burden of HIV, TB and Food Insecurity.” In B. Frayne, J. Crush, and C. McCordic (Eds.), Food and Nutrition Security in Southern African Cities. London: Routledge and Earthscan.
  • Mary Caesar and Jonathan Crush. (2017). “Urban Food Deserts in Cape Town: Food Security, Food Access and Climate Change.” In In E. Thomas-Hope, ed., Climate Change and Food Security: Africa and the Caribbean (London: Routledge, 2017), pp. 156-171.
  • Easther Chigumira, Godfrey Tawodzera, Oliver Manjengwa, Idah Mbengo. (2018). “Governance of Food Systems in Epworth, Zimbabwe.” In Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson (Eds), Urban Food Governance and Poverty in African Cities, Routledge.
  • Godfrey Tawodzera and Easther Chigumira. (2018). “Food Poverty in Epworth, Zimbabwe.” In Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson (Eds), Urban Food Governance and Poverty in African Cities, Routledge.
  • Godfrey Tawodzera, Easther Chigumira, Idah Mbengo, Samuel Kusangaya. (2018). “The Characteristics of the Urban Food System in Epworth, Zimbabwe.” In Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson (Eds), Urban Food Governance and Poverty in African Cities, Routledge.
  • Jodi Koberinski, Zhenzhong Si, Steffanie Scott. (forthcoming). “Food Safety and Urban Food Security in the Global South.” In Jonathan Crush (ed) Elgar Handbook on Food Security in Cities of the Global South.
  • Geoff Luehr, Alesandros Glaros, Zhenzhong Si, Steffanie Scott. (forthcoming) Urban Agriculture in Chinese Cities: Practices, Motivations and Challenges. In Alec Thornton (ed) Urban Food Democracy and Governance in North and South. International Political Economy Series (IPE) Palgrave.
  • Graeme Young and Jonathan Crush. “The Urban Informal Food Sector in the Global South,” in International Handbook on Urban Food Systems, ed. Jonathan Crush, Bruce Frayne and Gareth Haysom, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019 (in press).

 

HCP Discussion Papers

 

Reports

 

Policy Briefs