Outputs and resources

Books

Georgina Waylen (ed) Gender and Informal Institutions Rowman and Littlefield International, 2017.

Georgina Waylen (ed) Gender, Institutions and Change in Bachelet's Chile Palgrave, 2016.

Journal articles

Francesa Gains and Vivien Lowndes (2021). 'Identifying the Institutional Micro-Foundations of Gender Policy Change: A Case Study of Police Governance and Violence against Women and Girls.Politics & Gender, pp1-28.  

Laura McLeod (2021). 'Hoping for Change: Gender and Constitutional Reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina.' Journal of International Relations and Development, 24, pp628-650. 

Georgina Waylen (2021). 'Gendering Global Economic Governance after the Global Financial Crisis'. Review of International Political Economy, pp1-20.

Georgina Waylen and Rosalynd Southern (2021). 'When are women as corrupt as men: gender, corruption and accountability in the UK Parliamentary Expenses Scandal.' Social Politics, 28, pp119-142.

Silke Staab and Georgina Waylen (2020). 'Institutional Change in Constrained Circumstances: Gender, Resistance, and Critical Actors in the Chilean Executive.' Latin American Politics and Society, 62:4, 50-74. 

Laura McLeod (2019). 'Investigating "Missing" Women: Gender, Ghosts, and the Bosnian Peace Process.' International Studies Quarterly, 63:3, pp668-679. 

Georgina Waylen (2018). 'Nudging for Gender Equality.' European Journal of Politics and Gender, 1:2, pp167-183. 

Francesa Gains and Vivien Lowndes (2017). 'Gender, Actors and Institutions at the Local Level: Explaining Variation in Policies to Address Violence against Women and Girls.Governance, 31:4, pp683-699. 

Georgina Waylen (2015). ‘Engendering the ‘Crisis of Democracy’: Institutions, Representation and Participation’Government and Opposition, 50, pp 495-520, July 2015.

Francesca Gains and Vivien Lowndes (2014). 'How is institutional formation gendered, and does it make a difference? A new conceptual framework and a case study of Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales', Politics and Gender, vol. 10:4, December 2014

Rachel Johnson (2014), Women as a Sign of the New? Appointments to South Africa's Constitutional Court since 1994Politics and Gender, vol. 10:4, December 2014

Georgina Waylen (2014), 'A Seat at the Table, is it enough? Gender, Multi-party negotiations and institutional design in South African and Northern Ireland'Politics and Gender, vol. 10:4, December 2014

Laura McLeod and Rachel Johnson (2014), Gendering Processes of Institutional Design: Activists at the Negotiating TableInternational Feminist Journal of Politics, vol.16:2, June 2014

Georgina Waylen (2014), Informal Institutions, Institutional Change and Gender EqualityPolitical Research Quarterly, vol.67:1, pgs. 212-223, March 2014

Working Papers in Gender and Institutional Change

Georgina Waylen, Understanding Institutional Change from a Gender Perspective, no.1, December 2014

Laura McLeod, Gender and Peace Settlements from a Quantitative Perspective - A global survey, no.2, December 2014

Francesca Gains and Vivien Lowndes, Making violence against women a policy priority - The importance of sub national institutions in shaping policy reform: A case study of the new Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales, no.3, December 2015

Rachel Johnson, "Transforming a notorious icon of repression into its opposite": The South African Constitutional Court and institutional 'newness', no.4, December 2015

Laura McLeod, Gendering the 1991-95 Bosnian Peace Process: Current Research and Future Directions, no.5, December 2016

Francesca Gains and Vivien Lowndes, How is Gender implicated in institutional design and change. The role of informal institutions: A case study of Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales, no.6, December 2016

Newsletters

Blog posts