Deb, Nikhil, Manjusha Nair, and Glenn Muschert, eds. 2023/fc. Handbook of Social Justice in the Global South. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Deb, Nikhil. Proposal Stage. Neoliberal Invisibility and the Global South: Slow Violence of Social, Health, and Environmental Destruction.

 Peer-Reviewed Articles
 Deb, Nikhil. 2021. “Slow Violence and the Gas Peedit in Neoliberal India.” Social Problems.
 Deb, Nikhil. 2020. “Law and Corporate Malfeasance in Neoliberal India.” Critical Sociology 46(7-8): 1157–1171.
 Deb, Nikhil. 2018. “The Fukushima Disaster and the Framing of Nuclear Energy in India.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 17(4): 473-495.
 Hussain, Belayeth A.H.M, and Nikhilendu Deb. 2016. “Gender-Sensitivity of Bangladesh Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP): A Gender Scanning.” SUST Journal of Social Sciences 25(2): 43-55.

Deb, Nikhilendu. (In Bengali). 2011. “Postmodernism: A Perplexing Framework for a Malleable World.” SUST Journal of Social Sciences 13(1): 1-11.

 Book Chapters

Deb, Nikhil. “Unending Suffering? Political Economy of the Bhopal Catastrophe.” In the Encyclopedia of Technological Hazards and Disasters in the Social Sciences, edited by Duane A. Gill, Liesel A. Ritchie, and Nnenia Campbell. UK: Edward Elgar.

Deb, Nikhil. “Neoliberal Capital Projects and Critical Socioenvironmental Justice Struggles in the Global South.” In the Handbook of Southern Green Criminology, edited by David Rodríguez Goyes. London: Palgrave.

Deb, Nikhil. “Planetary Ecological Crises and the Logic of Neoliberal Capitalism.” In Planetary Sociology: Beyond the Entanglement of Identity and Social Structures, edited by Harry F. Dahms. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Deb, Nikhil and *Maya Rao. “The Pandemic and the Invisible Poor of the Global South: Slum Dwellers in Mumbai, India, and Dhaka, Bangladesh.” Pp. 51-60, in Social Problems in the Age of COVID-19: Global Perspectives, edited by Glenn Muschert, Kristen Budd, David Lane, and Jason Smith. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Deb, Nikhil. “Corporate Capitalism, Environmental Damage, and the Rule of Law: The Magurchara Gas Explosion in Bangladesh.” Pp. 367-381 in the Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology, edited by Nigel South and Avi Brisman. London: Routledge.