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Forstenlechner, Ingo; Rutledge, Emilie and Alnuaimi, Rashed Salem (2012). The UAE, the “Arab Spring” and Different Types of Dissent. Middle East Policy, 19(4) pp. 54–67.

Forstenlechner, Ingo; Madi, Mohamed T.; Selim, Hassan M. and Rutledge, Emilie J. (2012). Emiratisation: determining the factors that influence the recruitment decisions of employers in the UAE. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(2) pp. 406–421.

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Panagiotidis, Theodore and Rutledge, Emilie (2007). Oil and gas markets in the UK: Evidence from a cointegrating approach. Energy Economics, 29(2) pp. 329–347.

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Rutledge, Emilie (2018). Labor Markets in the Gulf and the South Asian Migration. In: Chowdhury, M. and Irudaya, Rajan S. eds. South Asian Migration in the Gulf. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 101–122.

Rutledge, Emilie J. and Madi, Mohammed (2016). Parental influence on female vocational intentions in the Arabian Gulf. International Journal of Manpower, 38(2)

Rutledge, Emilie and Al Shamsi, Fatima (2016). The Impact of Labor Nationalization Policies on Female Participation Rates in the Arab Gulf. In: Chamlou, Nadereh and Karshenas, Massoud eds. Women, Work and Welfare in the Middle East and North Africa: The Role of Socio-demographics, Entrepreneurship and Public Policies. London, UK: Imperial College Press, pp. 525–551.

Rutledge, Emilie (2006). Education, Not Quotas. Oxford Business Group, Oxford.

Rutledge, Emilie (2005). GCC Economic Performance in 2005 and Prospects for 2006. In: Sagar, Abdulaziz; Koch, Christian and Ibrahim, Hasanain Tawfiq eds. Gulf Yearbook 2005-2006. Gulf Yearbook. Dubai: Gulf Research Center, pp. 109–128.

Rutledge, Emilie (2005). Obstacles to Economic Reform in the GCC. In: Sager, Abdulaziz; Koch, Christian and Ibrahim, Hasanain Tawfiq eds. Gulf Yearbook 2004. Gulf Yearbook. Dubai: Gulf Research Center.

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