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Rienties, Bart; Roelen, Keetie; Oakley, Ben; Duncan, Elaine and Pengel, Liset (2025). Multiple and Multi-dimensional Life Transitions of World Transplant Athletes. In: Jindal-Snape, Divya ed. The Palgrave Handbook of Multiple and Multi-Dimensional Educational and Life Transitions. London: Palgrave MacMillan (In Press).

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Roelen, Keetie; Ahmed, Shakil Md.; Chowdury, Kabita; Diwakar, Vidya; Huq, Lopita; Al Mamun, Saklain; Rabbi, Abu Sayem; Rahman, Nuzaba Tahreen; Rownak, Raisa; Sultan, Maheen and Sumanthiran, Shilohni (2024). Social Protection Experiences of and Attitudes Towards New Urban Poor After Covid-19 in Bangladesh. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton.

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Nisbett, Nicholas; Salm, Leah; Roelen, Keetie; Baldi, Giulia; Mejia, Carla; Gonzalo Jaramillo Mejia, Juan; Paredes Cauna, Fiorella; Gelli, Aulo; Olney, Deanna and Vooris, Emily (2023). Social Protection Pathways to Nutrition. Synthesis report. IDS, WFP & IFPRI, Brighton.

Nisbett, Nicholas; Salm, Leah; Roelen, Keetie; Baldi, Giulia; Mejia, Carla; Juan, Gonzalo Jaramillo Mejia; Fiorella, Paredes Cauna; Gelli, Aulo; Olney, Deanna; Vooris, Emily; Casu, Laura and Ruel, Marie (2023). Social Protection Pathways to Nutrition: Rapid evidence review. IDS, WFP & IFPRI, Brighton.

Nisbett, Nicholas; Salm, Leah; Roelen, Keetie; Baldi, Giulia; Mejia, Carla; Mejia, Juan Gonzalo Jaramillo; Cauna, Fiorella Parades; Gelli, Aulo; Olney, Deanna and Vooris, Emily (2023). Social Protection Pathways to Nutrition Case studies. IDS, WFP & IFPRI, Brighton, UK.

Sabates-Wheeler, Rachel; Roelen, Keetie; Mitchell, Rebecca and Warmington, Amy (2023). Blurred Definitions and Imprecise Indicators: Rethinking Social Assistance for Children’s Work. In: Sumberg, James and Sabates-Wheeler, Rachel eds. Children’s Work in African Agriculture: The Harmful and the Harmless. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 174–203.

Roelen, Keetie; Barnett, Inka; Johnson, Vicky; Lewin, Tessa; Thorsen, Dorte and Ton, Giel (2023). Understanding Children’s Harmful Work: The Methodological Landscape. In: Sumberg, James and Sabates-Wheeler, Rachel eds. Children’s Work in African Agriculture: The Harmful and the Harmless. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 52–80.

Roelen, Keetie (2023). Social protection. In: Clarke, Matthew and Zhao, Xinyu (Andy) eds. Elgar Encyclopedia of Development. Edward Elgar.

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Roelen, Keetie; Leon-Himmelstine, Carmen and Kim, Sung Kyu (2022). Chicken or Egg? A Bi-directional Analysis of Social Protection and Social Cohesion in Burundi and Haiti. The European Journal of Development Research, 34(3) pp. 1216–1239.

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Cuesta, Jose; Devereux, Stephen; Abdulai, Abdul‐Gafaru; Gupte, Jaideep; Ragno, Luigi Peter; Roelen, Keetie; Sabates‐Wheeler, Rachel and Spadafora, Tayllor (2021). Urban social assistance: Evidence, challenges and the way forward, with application to Ghana. Development Policy Review, 39(3) pp. 360–380.

Little, Madison T.; Roelen, Keetie; Lange, Brittany C. L.; Steinert, Janina I.; Yakubovich, Alexa R.; Cluver, Lucie and Humphreys, David K. (2021). Effectiveness of cash-plus programmes on early childhood outcomes compared to cash transfers alone: A systematic review and meta-analysis in low- and middle-income countries. PLOS Medicine, 18(9), article no. e1003698.

Lind, Jeremy; Roelen, Keetie and Sabates-Wheeler, Rachel (2021). Social Protection, Covid-19, and Building Back Better. IDS Bulletin, 52(1) pp. 45–64.

Roelen, Keetie (2021). Child-sensitive social protection. In: Schuering, Esther and Loewe, Markus eds. Handbook on Social Protection Systems. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 368–377.

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Lekobane, Khaufelo Raymond and Roelen, Keetie (2020). Leaving No One Behind: Multidimensional Child Poverty in Botswana. Child Indicators Research, 13(6) pp. 2003–2030.

Roelen, Keetie; Ackley, Caroline; Boyce, Paul; Farina, Nicolas and Ripoll, Santiago (2020). COVID-19 in LMICs: The Need to Place Stigma Front and Centre to Its Response. The European Journal of Development Research, 32(5) pp. 1592–1612.

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Roelen, Keetie; Devereux, Stephen; Abdulai, Abdul-Gafaru; Martorano, Bruno; Palermo, Tia and Ragno, Luigi Peter (2017). How to Make ‘Cash Plus’ Work: Linking Cash Transfers to Services and Sectors. In Innocenti Working Paper WP-2017-10 UNICEF Office of Research, Florence, Italy.

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