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Publications:  Prof Kavita Datta

DATTA K, Aznar C(2018). The space-times of migration and debt: Re-positioning migrants’ debt and credit practices and institutions in, and through, London. Geoforum
10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.07.009
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/55446
Pollard J, Datta K, James A, Akli Q(2016). Islamic charitable infrastructure and giving in East London: Everyday economic-development geographies in practice. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY vol. 16, (4) 871-896.
10.1093/jeg/lbv020
Datta K(2012). Migrants and Their Money: Surviving Financial Exclusion. The Policy Press
MAY JR, Datta K, McIlwaine C, Herbert J, Evans Y, Wills J(2012). Global workers for global cities: low-paid migrant labour in London. International Handbook of Globalisation and World Cities, Editors: Taylor, P, Derudder, B, Hoyler, M, Witlox, F et al., Edward-Elgar (London),
Datta K(2011). LAST HIRED AND FIRST FIRED? THE IMPACT OF THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN ON LOW-PAID BULGARIAN MIGRANT WORKERS IN LONDON. J INT DEV vol. 23, (4) 565-582.
10.1002/jid.1793
May J, Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, McIlwaine C(2010). Global Cities at Work: Migrant Labour in Low-Paid Employment in London. LONDON JOURNAL vol. 35, (1) 85-99.
10.1179/174963210X12598738033495
Wills J, Datta K, May J, McIlwaine C, Evans Y, Herbert J(2010). (Im)migration, local, regional and uneven development. Routledge Handbook of Local and Regional Development, Editors: Pike, A, Rodriguez-Pose, A, Tomerey, J, Routledge (London),
Datta K, McIlwaine C, Evans Y, Herbert J, May J, Wills J(2010). A migrant ethic of care? negotiating care and caring among migrant workers in London's low-pay economy. FEMINIST REV (94) 93-116.
10.1057/fr.2009.54
Wills J, Datta K, Herbert J, Evans Y, May J, McIlwaine C(2010). Global Cities at Work: New Migrant Divisions of Labour. Pluto Press (London),
Wills J, McIlwaine C, Datta K, May J, Herbert J, Evans Y(2010). New migrant divisions of labour. The Economic Geography of the UK, Editors: Coe, N, Jones, A, Edition. 1, Sage (London),
Wills J, May J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, McIlwaine C(2009). London's Migrant Division of Labour. European Urban and Regional Studies vol. 16, (3) 257-271.
10.1177/0969776409104692
Datta K, McIlwaine C, Herbert J, Evans Y, May J, Wills J(2009). Men on the move: narratives of migration and work among low-paid migrant men in London. SOC CULT GEOGR vol. 10, (8) 853-873.
10.1080/14649360903305809
Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, May J, McIlwaine C(2009). Religion at work: The role of faith-based organisations in the London living wage campaign. Camrbridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society vol. 2, (3) 443-461.
10.1093/cjres/rsp016
Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, May J, McIlwaine C(2009). Religion at work: the role of faith-based organizations in the London living wage campaign. The Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society vol. 2, (3) 443-461.
10.1093/cjres/rsp016
Datta K(2009). Risky Migrants?: Low-Paid Migrant Workers Coping With Financial Exclusion in London. European Urban and Regional Studies vol. 16, (4) 331-344.
10.1177/0969776409340865
DATTA K(2009). Transforming south-north relations? International migration and development. Geography Compass vol. 3, (1) 108-134.
10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00190.x
Herbert J, May J, Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, McIlwaine C (2008). Multicultural living? Experiences of everyday racism among Ghanaian migrants in London. EUROPEAN URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES. vol. 15, 103-117.
10.1177/0969776407087544
Herbert J, May J, Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, McIlwaine C(2008). Mutlicultural living? Experiences of everyday racism amongst Ghanian migrants in London. European Urban and Regional Research vol. 15, (2) 103-117.
10.1177/0969776407087544
May J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, McIlwaine C, Wills J(2008). Travelling neoliberalism: Polish and Ghanian migrants in London. Social justice and neoliberalism: global perspectives, Editors: Smith, A, Stenning, A, Willis, K, Verso (London),
May J, Wills J, Datta K, Evans Y, Herbert J, McIlwaine C(2007). Keeping London working: global cities, the British state and London's new migrant division of labour. T I BRIT GEOGR vol. 32, (2) 151-167.
10.1111/j.1475-5661.2007.00241.x
Datta K(2007). "In the eyes of a child, a father is everything": Changing constructions of fatherhood in urban Botswana?. WOMEN STUD INT FORUM vol. 30, (2) 97-113.
10.1016/j.wsif.2007.01.005
DATTA K, McIlwaine C, Evans Y, Herbert J, May J, Wills J(2007). From coping strategies to tactics: London's low pay economy and migrant labour. British Journal of Industrial Relations vol. 45, (2) 409-438.
DATTA K(2007). Gender and microfinance. Habitat Debate vol. 13, (1)
Evans Y, Wills J, Datta K, Herbert J, May J, McIlwaine C(2007). Subcontracting by stealth in London's hotels: impacts and implications for labour organising. Just Labour vol. 10, 85-98.
Datta K, McIlwaine C, Wills J, Evans Y, Herbert J, May J(2007). The new development finance or exploiting migrant labour? Remittance sending among low-paid migrant workers in London. INT DEV PLANN REV vol. 29, (1) 43-67.
10.3828/idpr.29.1.3
McIlwaine C, DATTA K(2004). Endangered Youth? Youth, Gender and Sexualities in Urban Botswana. Gender, Place and Culture vol. 11, (4) 484-512.
10.1080/0966369042000307979
Datta K(2004). A coming of age? Re-conceptualising gender and development in urban Botswana. J S AFR STUD vol. 30, (2) 251-268.
10.1080/0305707042000215365
DATTA K(2003). From feminising to engendering development. Gender, Place and Culture vol. 10, (4) 345-358.
Datta K, Jones GA(2001). Housing and finance in developing countries: invisible issues on research and policy agendas. HABITAT INT vol. 25, (3) 333-357.
10.1016/S0197-3975(00)00038-2
Datta K(2001). Expectations of modernity. J HIST GEOGR vol. 27, (3) 469-471.
10.1006/jhge.2001.0347
Datta K(2001). Geographies of new femininities. PROG HUM GEOG vol. 25, (2) 329-330.
10.1177/030913250102500223
DATTA K, McIlwaine C(2000). Empowered leaders? Perspectives on women headed households in Latin America and Southern Africa. Gender and Development vol. 8, (3) 40-49.
Jones GA(2000). Enabling markets to work: how close is South Africa to best practice?. International Planning Studies vol. 5, (3) 393-416.
DATTA K(1999). A gendered perspective on formal and informal finance in Botswana. Housing and Finance in Developing Countries, Editors: Datta, K, Jones, GA, Routledge (London),
Jones GA, Datta K(1999). From self-help to self-finance: the changing focus of urban research and policy. Housing and Finance in Developing Countries, Editors: Datta, K, Jones, GA, Edition. 1, Routledge (London),
DATTA K, Jones GA(1999). Housing and Finance in Developing Countries. Routledge (London),
DATTA K(1998). Gender, labour markets and migration in and from Botswana. Reconfiguring the region: South Africa in Southern Africa, Editors: Smith, D, James Currey (Oxford),
DATTA K(1996). The organisation and performance of a low income rental market: the case of Gaborone, Botswana. Cities vol. 13, (4) 237-246.
DATTA K(1996). Women owners, tenants and sharers in Botswana. A place to live: gender research on housing in Africa, Editors: Schlyter, A, Nordic Africa Institute (Uppsala),
DATTA K(1995). Rural homes and urban dwellings? Gender, migration and the importance of urban tenure in Gaborone, Botswana. International Journal of Population Geography vol. 1, (2) 183-195.
DATTA K(1995). Strategies for urban survival? Women landlords in Gaborone, Botswana. Habitat International vol. 19, (1) 1-12.
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