Cohen, Jennifer. 2020. Feminist Political Economy and the Heterodoxy, The American Review of Political Economy, 14(1).
Cohen, Jennifer. 2019. The Radical Roots of Feminism in Economics, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 37A: 85-100.
Cohen, Jennifer. 2018. What’s “Radical” about [Feminist] Radical Political Economy?, Review of Radical Political Economics, 50(4): 716-726.
Wagner, Cathy, Theresa Kulbaga and Jennifer Cohen.* 2017. “Imperial Partitioning in the Neoliberal University,” World Social and Economic Review, 8: 61-78. [*all authors contributed equally]
Cohen, Jennifer. 2016. “Overwork and Nursing.” HIV Nursing Matters. Southern African HIV Clinicians Society, 7(2): 12-15.
Cohen, Jennifer. 2013. “From Wall Street Traders to Bree Street Traders: The Global Economic Crisis and Street Traders in Johannesburg.” In “Dirty Cities: Towards a Political Economy of the Underground in Global Cities,” (eds.) Talani, L., A. Clarkson, and R. P. Pardo. London: Palgrave (161-191). Invited chapter.
Cohen, Jennifer. 2011. How the Global Economic Crisis Reaches Marginalised Workers: the Case of Street Traders in Johannesburg in R. Pearson and C. Sweetman (eds.) “Gender and the Economic Crisis” (pp. 115-127). Warwickshire, UK: Practical Action. (reprinted as book chapter).
Cohen, Jennifer. 2010. “How the Global Economic Crisis Reaches Marginalised Workers: the Case of Street Traders in Johannesburg.” Gender & Development,18(2): 277–289.