Items where SHU Author is "Hickman, Paul"
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HICKMAN, Paul, KEMP, Peter, REEVE, Kesia and WILSON, Ian (2016). The impact of the direct payment of housing benefit: evidence from Great Britain. Housing Studies Online. (In Press)
HICKMAN, Paul (2013). Getting on their bikes? The labour market as a driver of the residential mobility decisions of residents in deprived neighbourhoods. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 6 (3), 293 -308.
HICKMAN, Paul (2013). "Third places" and social interaction in deprived neighbourhoods in Great Britain. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28 (2), 221-236.
HALL, Stephen and HICKMAN, Paul (2011). Resident participation in housing regeneration in France. Housing Studies, 26 (6), 827-843.
GOODCHILD, Barry, JEANNOT, G. and HICKMAN, Paul (2010). Professions, occupational roles and skills in urban policy : a reworking of the debates in England and France. Urban Studies, 47 (12), 2555-2572.
JEANNOT, Gilles, GOODCHILD, Barry and HICKMAN, Paul (2008). Les nouveaux métiers de la ville : Pouvoirs publics et recherche urbaine = New professions in urban planning: Public authorities and urban research. Annales de la recherche urbaine, 104, 100-109.
HICKMAN, P. (2006). Approaches to tenant participation in the English local authority sector. Housing studies, 21 (2), 209-225.
HALL, S. and HICKMAN, P. (2005). Responding to unpopular social housing in Vaulz en Velin, Greater Lyon: an English perspective. European journal of housing policy, 5 (1), 19-39.
HICKMAN, P. and MANNING, J. (2004). Community involvement in neighbourhood regeneration: who participates? Voluntary action: the journal for the institute of voluntary research, 7 (1), 43-59.
REID, B. and HICKMAN, P. (2002). Are housing organisations learning organisations? Some lessons from the management of tenant participation. Housing studies, 17 (6), 895-918.
GOODCHILD, B. J., HICKMAN, P. G. and ROBINSON, D. (2002). Unpopular housing in England in conditions of low demand: coping with a diversity of problems and policy measures. Town planning review, 73 (4), 373-393.