Other important publications
2012 Asian Immigrants in “Two Canadas”: Racialization, Marginalization, and Deregulated Work. Halifax & Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing, 127 pages.
2006 Breaking the Iron Wall: Decommodification and Immigrant Women’s Labor in Canada. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (A Division of Rowman and Littlefield Publisher), 185 pages.
1996 Women and Work in a Bangladesh Village. Dhaka: Narigrantha Prabartana/Feminist Bookstore, 1996, 148 pages.
2013 South Asian Skilled Immigrants in Greater Vancouver: Formal and Informal Sources of Support and Settlement, second author Syeda Nayab Bukhari (PhD Candidate GSWS), Metropolis British Columbia, Centre of Excellent for Research on Immigrants and Diversity (online publication), 55 pages.
2007 Workplace Rights for Immigrants in BC: The Case of Filipino Workers, Second authors: Cecilia Diocson, Researcher and Rebecca Scott, Undergraduate Student/Research Assistant. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Vancouver, Canada. 48 pages—print & online— 20,000 copies downloaded in 2008.
Refereed Journals/Book Chapters
2012 “Labouring Practices: Canada”, Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures. Brill USA online Reference Works, General Editor: Suad Joseph, 5,168 Words (Invited).
2011 “The Political Economy of Asian Immigrant Labour in Canada: Intersections of Race, Gender and Class, pp. 361-375, in Reconsidering Social Identification Race, Gender, Class and Caste. Abdul R. Janmohamed (Ed.). New Delhi: Routledge.
2010 “Racialization and Marginalization of Immigrants: A New Wave of Xenophobia in Canada” (Invited), Labour/Le Travail, Vol. 66 (November), pp. 163-182 (Invited).
2010 “Pakistani Skilled/Educated Immigrant Women in Canada: An Exploratory Study”, Pakistan Journal of Women’s Studies, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 1-29.
2007 “Neo-Liberal Policies and Immigrant Women in Canada,” in Simon Lee and Stephen McBride (ed.) Neo-Liberalism, State Power and Global Governance, pp. 145-153. The Netherlands: Springer Book.