Peer-Reviewed Publications

Ipsen, Annabel. 2017. “Dimensions of Power in Regulatory Regime Selection: Shopping, Shaping, and Staying.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107 (4): 849-866.

  • 2016, Student Paper Award, the Sociology of Agriculture and Food Interest Group, Rural Sociological Society (RSS).

Ipsen, Annabel. 2016. “Manufacturing a Natural Advantage: Capturing Technology Rents in the Genetically Modified Corn Seed Industry.” Environmental Sociology 2 (1): 41-52.

  • 2016, Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award.
  • 2015, Student Paper Award, the Sociology of Agriculture and Food Interest Group, RSS.

Reports and Other Publications

Ipsen, Annabel. “Mothers and sons: rethinking the feminization of work in the Uruguayan citrus industry.” Oxfam International Working Paper.

Ipsen, Annabel. 2010. “Ni peras ni manzanas: la transición de género en los puestos de trabajo en los empaques de cítricos en Uruguay.” Conference Publication, ALASRU, Brazil, November 2010.

Ipsen, Annabel. 2009. (Collaborator). World Investment Report: Transnational Corporations, Agricultural Production and Development. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

Ipsen, Annabel. 2008. “Temporary work, labor practices and gender: a case study of the citrus industry in Argentina and Uruguay.” Oxfam Report. Oxfam: Santiago, Chile.

Publications in Progress

Ipsen, Annabel. “Transnational Firms and Local Social Movements: Struggling with the Law” (Revise and Resubmit).

Ipsen, Annabel. “Leveling the Playing Field: addressing power asymmetries in community development.”

Ipsen, Annabel. “Voicing dissent in community development.”

Ipsen, Annabel. “Gender, technology, and skill in high-tech agriculture.”