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Fawssett, Susan; Hanlin, Rebecca; Le Mare, Ann; Papaioannou, Theodoros and Wilson, Gordon eds. (2009). Introducing Development. Milton Keynes: Open University Worldwide.

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Mugwagwa, Julius; Hanlin, Rebecca; Chataway, Jo and Muraguri, Lois (2013). The Role of the Product Development Partnership as a Translational Mechanism for Delivering Health Solutions in Low-Resource Settings. In: Mittra, James and Milne, Christopher-Paul eds. Translational Medicine: The Future of Therapy. Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd, pp. 233–256.

Hanlin, Rebecca (2011). Evaluating Product Development Partnerships: Beyond Quantitative Metrics. In: Williams, Owain David and Rushton, Simon eds. Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance. International Political Economy Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102–119.

Chataway, Joanna; Chaturvedi, Kalpana; Hanlin, Rebecca; Mugwagwa, Julius; Smith, James and Wield, David (2009). Building the case for systems of health innovation in Africa. In: Kalua, Fetson; Awotedu, Abolade; Kamwanja, Leonard and Saka, John eds. Science, Technology and Innovation for Public Health in Africa. Pretoria, Republic of South Africa: NEPAD Office of Science and Technology, pp. 7–52.

Chataway, Jo; Hanlin, Rebecca; Muraguri, Lois and Wamae, Watu (2009). PDPs as social technology innovators in global health: operating above and below the radar. In: Penea, Oana ed. Innovating for the Health of All. Global Forum Update on Research for Health (6). Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research, pp. 123–126.

Chataway, J.; Chaturvedi, K.; Hanlin, R.; Mugwagwa, J.; Wield, D. and Smith, J. (2009). Technological trends and opportunities to combat diseases of the poor in Africa. In: Kalua, Fetson; Awotedu, Abolade; Kamwanja, Leonard and Saka, John eds. Science, Technology and Innovation for Public Health in Africa. Pretoria, Republic of South Africa.: NEPAD Office of Science and Technology, pp. 53–93.

Chataway, Joanna and Hanlin, Rebecca (2008). Sustainable (vaccine) development: the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and capacity building. In: Matlin, S.; de Francisco, A.; Sundaram, L.; Falch, H. and Gehner, M. eds. Health Partnerships Review. Geneva: Global Forum for Health Research, pp. 43–46.

Hanlin, Rebecca; Chataway, Joanna; Brusoni, Stefano; Cacciatori, Eugenia and Orsenigo, Luigi (2008). The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative in a Changing Landscape of Vaccine Development: in a Changing Landscape of Vaccine Development (Iavi). In: Mackintosh, Maureen; Chataway, Joanna and Wuyts, Marc eds. Promoting Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth and Reducing Poverty. London, UK: Routledge.

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Adwera, Andrew; Hanlin, Rebecca and Johnson, Hazel (2013). Developmental education for innovation: lessons from an experience in Kenya. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 6(3) pp. 244–261.

Hanlin, Rebecca and Sutz, Judith (2010). Where are the flags of our fathers? Rethinking linkages between social policies and innovation policies. AJSTID African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation for Development, 2(3) pp. 153–169.

Hanlin, Rebecca (2009). International product development partnerships: innovation for better health? RECIIS (Revista Eletrônica de Comunicação, Informação e Inovação em Saúde), 3(4) pp. 198–208.

Hanlin, Rebecca and Muraguri, Lois (2009). Improving access to health technologies by the poor: the social context in Tanzanian bed net production and delivery. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 8(3) pp. 237–248.

Hanlin, Rebecca (2007). Knowledge capacity and sustainable development: The case of South African HIV vaccine development. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 6(1) pp. 55–66.

Hanlin, R.; Chataway, J. and Smith, J. (2007). Global health public-private partnerships: IAVI, partnerships and capacity building. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Science, 36(Suppl) pp. 69–75.

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