• Benjamin Davy, Sony Pellissery, & Harvey Jacobs (editors) (2017) Land policies in India. Promises, practices and challenges. Springer Nature: Singapore.

  • Benjamin Davy (2017) Human dignity and property in land–A human rights approach. In: Sony Pellissery, Benjamin Davy, & Harvey Jacobs (editors) Land policies in India. Promises, practices and challenges. Springer Nature: Singapore: 1–33.

  • Lutz Leisering, Tao Liu, & Tobias ten Brink (2017) Synthesizing Disparate Ideas: How a Chinese Model of Social Assistance Was Forged. Global Social Policy, 17(3), 307–27.

  • Kolocek, Michael (2017) The Human Right to Housing in the Face of Land Policy and Social Cizizenship. A Global Discourse Analysis. Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • John Berten & Lutz Leisering (2017) Social policy by numbers. How international organisations construct global policy proposals. International Journal of Social Welfare, 26: 151-167.

  • Tobias Böger & Lutz Leisering (2017) Social citizenship for older persons? Measuring the social quality of social pensions in the global south and explaining their spread. Social Citizens Discussion paper no. 1703. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group.

  • John Berten (2017) Evaluation and simulation: Producing evidence in the global politics of social cash transfers. In: Annabelle Littoz-Monnet (editor) The politics of expertise in international organizations. How international bureaucracies produce and mobilize knowledge, New York: Routledge, 148-166.

  • Moritz von Gliszczynski (2017) Social protection and basic income in global policy. Global Social Policy 17(1), 98–100.

  • Tao Liu & Li Sun (2016) Urban social assistance in China: Transnational diffusion and national interpretation. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 45(2): 29-51.

  • Katrin Weible (2016) What social cash transfer programmes do not do in middle income countries: Identifying entitlement gaps in basic social protection. UN Reflection Series 2016: Development cooperation, policy advice and middle income countries (ed. by UN System Staff College & Hertie School of Governance). Berlin: 173–192.
  • von Gliszczynski, Moritz & Lutz Leisering (2016) Constructing new global models of social security. How international organizations defined the field of social cash transfers in the 2000s. Journal of Social Policy 45 (2) 325343.

  • Liu, Tao & Li Sun (2016) Pension reform in China. Journal of Aging & Social Policy 28 (1) 1528

  • Michael Kolocek (2015) Das Menschenrecht auf Wohnen. Interpretationen im globalen Kontext. RaumPlanung 182: 10–15.
  • Lutz Leisering, Benjamin Davy & Ulrike Davy (2015): The politics of recognition: Changing understandings of human rights, social development and land rights as normative foundation of global social policy. In: Frauke Lachenmann, Tilmann J. Röder & Rüdiger Wolfrum (eds) Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law 18: 565−600
  • Moritz von Gliszczynski (2015): Cash transfers and basic social protection. Towards a development revolution? Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Michael Kolocek (2014): The Human Right to Housing: Using ATLAS.ti to Combine Qualitative and Quantitative Methods to Analyse Global Discourses. In: Susanne Friese & Thomas Ringmayr (eds) ATLAS.ti User Conference 2013: Fostering Dialog on Qualitative Methods. Berlin: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin (online).
  • Benjamin Davy (guest editor) (2014) Spatial planning and human rights. Special Issue of Planning Theory 13 (4) (with chapters by Stig Enemark, Line Hvingel, Daniel Galland, Jeannie van Wyk, Mark Oranje, Rodrigo Meneses-Reyes, José A Caballero-Juárez, Libby Porter, Nurit Alfasi, Tovi Fenster, Margot Strauss, Sandra Liebenberg).
  • Benjamin Davy (2014) Raumplanung und die Politik der Würde. In: Wolfgang Blaas, Johann Bröthaler, Michael Getzner & Gerlinde Gutheil-Knopp-Kirchwald (eds) Perspektiven der staatlichen Aufgabenerfüllung. Zwischen budgetärer Knappheit und integrativem Anspruch. Für Wilfried Schönbäck zum 70. Geburtstag. Wien: Verlag Österreich: 51−76.
  • Ulrike Davy (2013) The rise of the global ‘social’: Origins and transformations of social rights under UN human rights law. International Journal of Social Quality 3 (2) 4159.

  • Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors) (2013) Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1.  (With chapters by Ulrike Davy, Hartley Dean, Armando Barrientos, Lutz Leisering, Benjamin Davy, Sony Pellissery, Harvey M. Jacobs). 

  • Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (2013) The global, the social and rights. In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S1−S14.
  • Ulrike Davy (2013) Social citizenship going international: Changes in the reading of UN-sponsored economic and social rights. In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S15−S31.  
  • Hartley Dean (2013) The translation of needs into rights: Reconceptualising social citizenship as global phenomenon. In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S32−S49. 
  • Lutz Leisering & Armando Barrientos (2013): Social citizenship for the global poor? The worldwide spread of social assistance. In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S50−S67.
  • Benjamin Davy & Sony Pellissery (2013) The citizenship promise (un)fulfilled: The right to housing in informal settings. In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S68−S84. 
  • Harvey M. Jacobs (2013) Private property and human rights: A mismatch in the 21st century? In: Benjamin Davy, Ulrike Davy & Lutz Leisering (guest editors). Exploring global social citizenship: Human rights perspectives. International Journal of Social Welfare, Volume 22, Supplement 1: S85−S101. 
  • Luise Buschmann (2013) Das Menschenrecht auf soziale Grundsicherung aus Art. 9 und Art. 11 ICESCR. Münster: agenda.  Order here
  • Michael Kolocek (2013) The human right to housing in the 27 member states of the European Union. European Journal of Homelessness 7 (1) 135−154.
  • Katrin Weible & Lutz Leisering (2012) South Africa´s system of social cash transfers. Assessing its social quality. In: Hans-Jürgen Burchardt, Anne Tittor, Nico Weinmann (eds), Sozialpolitik in globaler Perspektive. Asien, Afrika und Lateinamerika, Frankfurt am Main: Campus: 247−270.
  • Benjamin Davy (2012) Land policy. Planning and the spatial consequences of property. Farnham, Surrey & Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing.  Order at Ashgate or Amazon.com.
  • Benjamin Davy & Sony Pellissery (2011) Climate change and global social policy. Global Social Policy 11 (1) 106−113. 
  • Benjamin Davy (2009) Centenary Paper. The poor and the land: poverty, property, planning. Town Planning Review 80 (3) 227–265.