Mathur, Sanyukta, Margaret Greene and Anju Malhotra. 2003. “Too Young To Wed: The Lives, Rights and Health of Young Married Girls.” Washington, DC: International Center for Research on Women. View the pdf
McDougall, Janna, Margaret E. Greene and Anne M. Golla. Draft. “Just a Little Bit Later: Examining the Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers on Age at Marriage among Poor Girls in Mexico.
Fussell, M. Elizabeth, and Margaret E. Greene. 2006. “Demographic Trends Affecting the World’s Youth.” In Sherrod, Lonnie R., ed., Youth Activism: An International Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Caro, Deborah, Margaret E. Greene, Vasudha Pangare and Roshmi Goswami. 2010. Gender Assessment: USAID/India. Washington, DC DevTech Systems. View online
Greene, Margaret E. 1996. Book review. Women in the Americas: Bridging the Gender Gap. Inter-American Development Bank. Population and Development Review. March.
Boender, Carol, Diana Santana, Diana Santillán, Karen Hardee, Margaret E. Greene, and Sidney Schuler. 2004. “The ‘So What?’ Report: A Look at Whether Integrating a Gender Focus into Programs Makes a Difference to Outcomes.” Washington, DC: USAID” Interagency Gender Working Group”:http://www.igwg.org.
Greene, Margaret E. and Andrew Levack. Forthcoming, October 2010. “Synchronizing Gender Strategies: A Cooperative Model for Improving Reproductive Health and Transforming Gender Relations.” Washington, DC: Population Reference Bureau for the Interagency Gender Working Group of USAID.
Interagency Gender Working Group, USAID. 2000. Guide for Incorporating Gender Considerations in USAID’s Family Planning and Reproductive Health RFAs and RFPs. Washington, DC: IGWG.
University of Puerto Rico, Department of Sociology. Power Relations in Marriage and Fertility in Brazil. For the Dia Internacional de la Mujer, 8 March 1995, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Universidade Federal da Bahia, Master’s Program in Sociology. Para Que Casar? An Imbalance Between Men and Women in The Brazilian Marriage Market. February 1993, Salvador, Brazil.
“‘Blessed Art Thou Among Women’: Male Advantage in the Brazilian Marriage Market.” Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New York, March 1999.
“Expectation and Experience of Marriage and Childbearing in Brazil: The Cultural Underpinnings of Gender Divergence.” Population Association of America, San Francisco, April 1995.
Edmeades, Jeffrey, Anju Malhotra and Margaret Greene. 2008. “Gender Inequality and the Demographic Dividend” Paper presented at the Population Association of America annual meeting, New Orleans.
University of North Carolina, Carolina Population Center. Gender Divergence in Marriage and Childbearing: Male Fertility in Brazil. March 1995, Chapel Hill, NC.
“Gender Roles and Marriage in Brazil: Insights from Brazilian Popular Music.” Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., September 1995.
“Integrating a Gender Perspective into Reproductive Health Programs: Does It Make a Difference to Outcomes?” with Carol Boender, Karen Hardee, Diana Santana, Diana Santillán, Sidney Schuler, paper presented at Population Association of America annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN, April 2003.
Publications: Men and Boys
Greene, Margaret E., Manisha Mehta, Julie Pulerwitz, Deirdre Wulf, Akinrinola Bankole, and Susheela Singh. 2006. “Involving Men in Reproductive Health: Contributions to Development.” Paper prepared for the United Nations Millennium Project. New York: Millennium Development Project. View PDF
Greene, Margaret E. 2002. “Involving Men in Reproductive Health: Implications for Reproductive Health and Rights,” in Reproductive Health and Rights: Reaching the Hardly Reached, Elaine Murphy and Ann Hendrix-Jenkins, editors. Washington, DC: PATH. 129-138. View online
Greene, Margaret E., and Ann E. Biddlecom. 2000. “Absent and Problematic Men: Demographic Accounts of Male Reproductive Roles.” Population and Development Review 26(1): 81-115.
Greene, Margaret E. 2000. “Changing Women and Avoiding Men: Gender Stereotypes and Reproductive Health Programmes.” IDS Bulletin, ‘Men and Masculinities and Development: Politics, Policies and Practice,’ Andrea Cornwall and Sarah White, editors. 31 (2): 49-59.
Barker, Gary, Margaret E. Greene, et al. 2010. What Men Have to Do with It: Public Policies to Promote Gender Equality. Washington, DC: International Center for Research on Women. View PDF
Greene, Margaret E. and Gary Barker. In Press. “Masculinity and Its Public Health Implications for Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention,” In volume edited by Richard Parker and Marni Sommer. London: Routledge.
Greene, Margaret. 2006. “SysteMALEtizing: Resources for Engaging Men in Sexual and Reproductive Health.” Washington, DC: USAID. View PDF
Greene, Margaret E. 2006. Book review. Gender Equality and Men: Learning from Practice. Oxfam, Sandy Ruxton, ed., Studies in Family Planning, March.
Lundgren, Rebecka I., James N. Gribble, Margaret E. Greene, Gail E. Emrick, Margarita de Monroy. 2005. “Cultivating men’s interest in family planning in rural El Salvador.” Studies in Family Planning 36(3): 173-188.
United Nations Population Fund. 2005. The State of World Population 2005: The Promise of Equality: Gender Equity, Reproductive Health and the MDGs. New York: UNFPA. (section on men and gender inequality) View online
Greene, Margaret E., Naomi Walston, Anne Jorgensen, Mean Reatanak Sambath and Karen Hardee. 2006. “From Adding to the Burden to Sharing the Load: Guidelines for Male Involvement in Reproductive Health in Cambodia.” Washington, DC: The Futures Group International. View PDF
Greene, Margaret E. and Lindsay Flury. 2005. “Male Sexuality and Sterilization in International Reproductive Health Programs.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Men as Partners in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Mumbai, India, December 2004.
White, Victoria, Margaret Greene and Elaine Murphy. 2003. “Men and Reproductive Health Programs: Changing Gender Norms.” 64 pp. View PDF
Greene, Margaret E. 2002. “Men and Reproductive Health: Programmes Mustn’t Just ‘Add Men and Stir’.” Sexual Health Exchange. Summer: 3.
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. 1999. “An Essential Library of Readings on Men and Reproductive Health.” CD-ROM compiled and edited with Diane Rubino, Megan Drennan.
Presentations: Men and Boys
“The Benefits of Involving Men in Reproductive Health.” Association for Women in Development, Washington, DC, November 1999. Co-organizer, with Judith Helzner of IPPF/WHR, of panel on Men and Reproductive Health. (Also presented at USAID.)
UNIFEM and MenEngage Panel on Engaging Men to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, including in the context of HIV and AIDS, March 5 at the Commission on the Status of Women. March 2010.
Keynote address at “Involving Men to Improve Reproductive Health for All” international conference, Washington, DC, supported by USAID Interagency Gender Working Group, September 2003.
World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Division, Men and Development: Lessons from the Reproductive Health Field. June 2002.
Johns Hopkins University. Men’s Changing Status in Demographic and Health Research. February 2001.
Princeton University, Empowering Women, Involving Men. March 2000.
FAO/WHO Technical Meeting on Male Involvement. “Male Involvement in Reproductive Health: Translating Good Intentions into Gender Sensitive Programmes.” November 1998, Rome, Italy.
Hunter College, City University of New York, Department of Sociology. Absent and Problematic Men: Demographic Accounts of Male Reproductive Roles. April 1997.
“Absent and Problematic Men: Demographic Accounts of Male Reproductive Roles,” with Ann E. Biddlecom. IUSSP meeting on Male Reproductive Roles, Buenos Aires, May 1998.