Peer-reviewed Journal Publications
Gatenio Gabel, S. and Kamerman, S.B. (in press). A global review of new risks and new responses for children and their families. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 3(1).
Gatenio Gabel, S. (2009). The great divide: The marginalization of young Roma children in Bulgaria. International Journal of Social Welfare. (Published online March 2008).
Kamerman, S. B. and Gatenio Gabel, S. (2007). Social protection for children in low and middle–income countries in Asia. Malaysian Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 1, July.
Kamerman, S. B. and Gatenio Gabel, S. (2007). Early childhood education and care in the United States: An overview of the current policy picture. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 1(1), November.
Gatenio Gabel, S. and Kamerman, S.B. (June 2006). Investing in children: Public commitment in 21 industrialized countries, Social Services Review, 80 (3), 239-266.
Books and Book Chapters
Gatenio Gabel, S. and Kamerman, S.B. (in press). Effective policy writing for diverse Audiences. In B. Simon and W. Green (Eds.) Columbia University guide to socialwork writing in the 21st century, Columbia University Press.
Meyers, M. and Gatenio, S. (in press). Child care in the New York welfare state. In I. Garfinkel and M. Meyers (Eds.) The welfare state of New York City. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Kamerman, S. B. and Gatenio Gabel, S. (2007). Social protection for children and their families: A global overview. In A. Minujin, (Ed.) Social protection initiatives for children, women, and families: An analysis of recent experiences (pp. 91-127). The New School for Social Research and UNICEF.
Kamerman, S.B. and Gatenio, S. (2003). Overview of current policy context. In D. Cryer and R. Clifford (Eds.) Early childhood education and care in the United States. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Co.
Gatenio, S., Kahn, A.J., and Kamerman, S.B. (2002). Profile of child and family benefits in the United States. In J. Bradshaw and N. Finch (Eds.) A comparison of child benefit packages in 22 countries (pp. ). UK: Department for Work and Pensions.