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BATTY, Elaine (2013). Learning and soft outcomes: evidence from intensive intervention projects. Social Policy and Society. (In Press)
BATTY, Elaine and FLINT, John F (2013). Talking ‘bout poor folks (thinking ‘bout my folks): Perspectives on comparative poverty in working class households. International Journal of Housing Policy, 13 (1), 1-16.
BENNETT, Luke (2013). Concrete multivalence – practising representation in bunkerology. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 31 (3), 502 -521.
COLE, Ian (2013). Whose place? Whose history? Contrasting narratives and experiences of neighbourhood change and housing renewal. Housing, Theory and Society, 30 (1), 65-83.
CRISP, Richard (2013). ‘Communities with oomph’? Exploring the potential for stronger social ties to revitalise disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 31 (2), 324-339.
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.
LAWLESS, Paul and BEATTY, Christina (2013). Exploring change in local regeneration areas : evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Urban Studies, 50 (2), 942-958.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, WHITFIELD, Malcolm, KILNER, Karen and ALLMARK, Peter (2013). Doctors' and nurses' perceptions of barriers to conducting handover in hospitals in the Czech Republic. American Journal of Nursing Research, 1 (1), 1-9.
POWELL, Ryan (2013). Loїc Wacquant’s “ghetto” and ethnic minority segregation in the UK: the neglected case of Gypsy-Travellers. International Journal Of Urban And Regional Research, 37 (1), 115-134.
POWELL, Ryan (2013). The theoretical concept of the “civilizing offensive” (het beschavingsoffensief): Notes on its origins and uses. Human Figurations, 2 (2). (In Press)
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2013). Individualization and social dis/integration in contemporary society : a comparative note on Zygmunt Bauman and Norbert Elias. In: DEPELTEAU, F and LANDINI, T, (eds.) Norbert Elias, Social Theory and Key Issues. London, Palgrave. (In Press)
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2013). Scottish Enlightenment and the sectarianism civilising offensive. In: FLINT, John F and KELLY, John, (eds.) Bigotry, football and Scotland : perspectives and debates. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.
REEVE, Kesia (2013). The morality of ‘the immoral’: the case of homeless, drug using, street prostitutes. Deviant Behavior, 34 (10), 824-840.
ROBINSON, David (2013). Social housing in England : testing the logics of reform. Urban Studies, 50 (8), 1489-1504.
ROBINSON, David and WALSHAW, Aimee (2013). Security of tenure in social housing in England. Social Policy and Society. (In Press)
WELLS, Peter (2013). When the Third Sector went to Market: the problematic use of market failure to justify social investment policy. Voluntary Sector Review, 4 (1), 77-94.
WILSON, Ian (2013). Outcomes for 'stayers' in urban regeneration areas: the New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Urban Research & Practice Online ISSN 1753-5077, 6 (2), 174-193.
BATTY, Elaine (2012). Addressing educational disadvantage in deprived communities: evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Urban Studies, 50 (8), 1523-1539.
BATTY, Elaine and FLINT, John F (2012). Conceptualising the contexts, mechanisms and outcomes of intensive family intervention. Social Policy and Society, 11 (3), 345-358.
COLE, Ian (2012). Housing market renewal and demolition in England in the 2000s: the governance of a ‘wicked problem’. International Journal of Housing Policy, 12 (3), 347-366.
CRISP, Richard (2012). Conceptualising local approaches to tackling worklessness through neoliberal frameworks : the New Deal for Communities Programme as classic 'flanking strategy'. Space and Polity, 16 (2), 233-251.
GILBERTSON, Jan, GRIMSLEY, Michael and GREEN, Geoff (2012). Psychosocial routes from housing investment to health: evidence from England’s Home Efficiency Scheme. Energy Policy, 49, 122-133.
HAYNES, Barry (2012). Corporate real estate asset management : aligned vision. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 14 (4), 244-254.
LAWLESS, Paul (2012). Can area-based regeneration programmes ever work? Evidence from England's New Deal for Communities Programme. Policy Studies, 33 (4), 313-328.
LAWLESS, Paul (2012). Reconciling 'bottom-up' perspectives with 'top-down' change data in evaluating area regeneration schemes. European Planning Studies, 21 (10), 1562-1577.
PEARSON, Sarah and LAWLESS, Paul (2012). Outcomes from community engagement in urban regeneration: evidence from England’s New Deal for Communities Programme. Planning Theory and Practice, 13 (4), 509-527.
PEARSON, Sarah and LAWLESS, Paul (2012). Population mobility in regeneration areas : trends, drivers, and implications; evidence from England’s New Deal for Communities Programme. Environment and Planning A, 44 (8), 2023-2039.
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2012). The English City Riots of 2011, "Broken Britain" and the retreat into the present. Sociological research online, 17 (3), p. 20.
WALSHAW, Aimee, GOODCHILD, Barry and O'FLAHERTY, Fin (2012). User perspectives in low energy housing. In: The ENHR Conference 2012, Lillehammer, June 2012.
WELLS, Peter (2012). Prescriptions for regional economic dilemmas : understanding the role of think tanks in the governance of regional policy. Public Administration, 90 (1), 211-229.
WELLS, Peter (2012). Understanding Social Investment Policy: evidence from the evaluation of Futurebuilders in England. Voluntary Sector Review, 3 (2), 157-177.
WELLS, Peter (2012). Understanding social investment policy : evidence from the evaluation of Futurebuilders in England. Voluntary Sector Review, 3 (2), 157-177.
WHITE, Richard (2012). The pervasive nature of heterodox economic spaces at a time of neoliberal crisis: towards a “postneoliberal” anarchist future. Antipode, 44 (5), 1625-1644.
WILSON, Ian (2012). Using shadow pricing to value outcomes from regeneration programmes: evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Town Planning Review, 83 (6), 669-694.
BEATTY, Christina and FOTHERGILL, S. (2011). The prospects for worklessness in Britain's weaker local economies. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 4 (3), 401-417.
DAYSON, Christopher (2011). The personalisation agenda : implications for organisational development and capacity building in the voluntary sector. Voluntary Sector Review, 2 (1), 97-105.
FLETCHER, Del (2011). Welfare reform, Jobcentre Plus and the street-level bureaucracy : towards inconsistent and discriminatory welfare for severely disadvantaged groups? Social Policy and Society, 10 (04), 445-458.
FLETCHER, Del (2011). The development of working prisons: transforming inmates from the Lumpenproletariat to the contingent workforce? British journal of community justice, 9 (1/2), 111-124.
GOODCHILD, Barry and WALSHAW, Aimee (2011). Towards zero carbon homes in England? : from inception to partial implementation. Housing Studies, 26 (6), 933-949.
HALL, Stephen and HICKMAN, Paul (2011). Resident participation in housing regeneration in France. Housing Studies, 26 (6), 827-843.
HAYNES, Barry (2011). The impact of generational differences on the workplace. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (2), 98-108.
JEANNOT, Gilles and GOODCHILD, Barry (2011). Fuzzy jobs in local partnerships : case studies of urban and rural regeneration in France and England. Public Administration, 89 (3), 1110-1127.
JOY, Andrew and HAYNES, Barry (2011). Office design for the multi-generational knowledge workforce. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (4), 216-232.
LAWLESS, Paul (2011). Understanding the scale and nature of outcome change in area-regeneration programmes: evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 29 (3), 520-532.
NUNNINGTON, Nick and HAYNES, Barry (2011). Examining the building selection decision-making process within corporate relocations : to design and evaluate a client focused tool to support objective decision making. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (2), 109-121.
PARR, Sadie (2011). Family policy and the governance of anti-social behaviour in the UK : women's experiences of intensive family support. Journal of Social Policy, 40 (04), 717-737.
PARR, Sadie (2011). Intensive family casework with 'problem families': past and present. Family science, 2 (4), 240-249.
POWELL, Ryan (2011). Gypsy-travellers and welfare professional discourse : on individualization and social integration. Antipode, 43 (2), 471-493.
ROBINSON, David (2011). The spatial routines of daily life in low-income neighbourhoods : escaping the ‘local trap’. Space and Polity, 15 (2), 125-141.
WALSHAW, Aimee (2011). From house to home : residents’ perceptions of housing modernisation. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 4 (3), 269-278.
BEATTY, Christina, FODEN, Michael, LAWLESS, Paul and WILSON, Ian (2010). Area-based regeneration partnerships and the role of central government: the New Deal for Communities programme in England. Policy and Politics, 38 (2), 235-251.
BEATTY, Christina, FOTHERGILL, Steve, HOUSTON, D and POWELL, Ryan (2010). Bringing IB Numbers Down: To what extent do women need a different approach? Policy Studies, 31 (2), 143-162.
CASEY, Rionach (2010). 'You doctor yourself': health beliefs, resilience and well-being among the Irish in Yorkshire. Diversity in Health and Care, 7 (2), 129-138.
FLETCHER, Del (2010). The workless class? : economic transformation, informal work and male working-class identity. Social Policy and Society, 9 (03), 325-336.
GOODCHILD, B. (2010). Conservative Party policy for planning: caught between the market and local communities. People Place and Policy Online, 4 (1), 19-23.
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.
HUNTER, Caroline, NIXON, Judy and PARR, Sadie (2010). Mother abuse : a matter of youth justice, child welfare or domestic violence? Journal of Law and Society, 37 (2), 264-284.
LAWLESS, Paul, FODEN, Michael, WILSON, Ian and BEATTY, Christina (2010). Understanding area-based regeneration: The New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Sage Urban Studies Abstracts, 47 (2), 257-275.
NIXON, Judy, PAWSON, Hal and SOSENKO, Filip (2010). Rolling out anti-social behaviour families projects in England and Scotland : analysing the rhetoric and practice of policy transfer. Social Policy and Administration, 44 (3), 305-325.
PARR, Sadie (2010). The role of social housing in the ‘care’ and ‘control’ of tenants with mental health problems. Social Policy and Society, 9 (01), p. 111.
POWELL, Ryan (2010). Spaces of informalisation : playscapes, power and the governance of behaviour. Space and Polity, 14 (2), 189-206.
ROBINSON, David (2010). New immigrants and migrants in social housing in Britain: discursive themes and lived realities. Policy and Politics, 38 (1), 57-77.
ROBINSON, David (2010). The neighbourhood effects of new immigration. Environment and Planning A, 42 (10), 2451-2466.
TEW, Jerry and NIXON, Judy (2010). Parent abuse : opening up a discussion of a complex instance of family power relations. Social Policy and Society, 9 (04), 579-589.
WILSON, Ian, LAWLESS, Paul, GRIMSLEY, Mike and FODEN, Michael (2010). Linking interventions to outcomes in area regeneration: The New Deal for Communities Programme in England. Town Planning Review, 81 (2), 151-172.
BEATTY, Christina (2009). A gendered theory of employment, unemployment and sickness. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 27 (6), 958-974.
BEATTY, Christina and COLE, Ian (2009). Stability, residential satisfaction and the dynamics of change. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 3 (2), 141-153.
BEATTY, Christina, FOTHERGILL, Steve, HOUSTON, Donald, POWELL, Ryan and SISSONS, Paul (2009). A gendered theory of employment, unemployment, and sickness. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 27 (6), 958-974.
FLETCHER, Del (2009). Social tenants, attachment to place and work in the post-industrial labour market : underlining the limits of housing-based explanations of labour immobility? Housing Studies, 24 (6), 775-791.
GORE, Tony and HOLLYWOOD, Emma (2009). The role of social networks and geographical location in labour market participation in the UK coalfields. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 27 (6), 1008-1021.
GORE, Tony and WELLS, Peter (2009). Governance and evaluation : the case of EU regional policy horizontal priorities. Evaluation and Program Planning, 32 (2), 158-167.
PARR, Sadie (2009). Confronting the reality of anti-social behaviour. Theoretical Criminology, 13 (3), 363-381.
PARR, Sadie (2009). Family Intervention Projects : a site of social work practice. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (7), 1256-1273.
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2009). (In)formalization and the civilizing process : applying the work of Norbert Elias to housing-based anti-social behaviour interventions in the UK. Housing, Theory and Society, 26 (3), 159-178.
PURDAM, Kingsley and CRISP, Richard (2009). Measuring the impact of community engagement on policy making in the UK: a local case study. Journal of Civil Society, 5 (2), 169-186.
REEVE, Kesia (2009). The UK Squatters Movement 1968-1980, 1968-1980. In: VAN HOOGENHUIJZE, Leendert, (ed.) Kritiek 2009 : Jaarboek voor Socialistische Discussie en Analyse. Aksant, 137-159.
CASEY, Rionach (2008). On Becoming a Social Housing Manager: work identities in an 'Invisible' occupation housing studies. Housing Studies Online, 23 (5), 761-780.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Active Citizenship in the Governance of anti-social behaviour in the UK: exploring the non-reporting of incidents. People, Place and Policy Online, 1 (2), 69-79.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Governing through Localism, Contract and Community: Evidence from Anti-social Behaviour Strategies in Scotland. In: ASBO nation: The criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol, Policy Press.
CASEY, Rionach, GOUDIE, Rosalind and REEVE, Kesia (2008). Homeless women in public spaces : strategies of resistance. Housing Studies, 23 (6), 899-916.
FLETCHER, Del (2008). Offenders in the post-industrial labour market : from the underclass to the undercaste? Policy and Politics, 36 (2), 283-297.
FLETCHER, Del (2008). Tackling concentrations of worklessness : highlighting the limits of work-focused organisational cultures in the UK. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26 (3), 563-582.
GOODCHILD, Barry (2008). Homes, cities and neighbourhoods : planning and the residential landscapes of modern Britain. Ashgate.
GORE, Tony (2008). Collaborative governance and territorial rescaling in the UK : a comparative study of two EU Structural Funds programmes. GeoJournal, 72 (1-2), 59-73.
HUNTER, Caroline, NIXON, Judy and BLANDY, Sarah (2008). Researching the judiciary : exploring the invisible in judicial decision making. Journal of Law and Society, 35 (s1), 76-90.
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.
NIXON, J., HODGE, N.S., PARR, S., WILLIS, B. and HUNTER, C. (2008). Anti social behaviour and disability in the UK. People, place & policy online, 2 (1), 37-47.
NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2008). Family intervention projects and efficacy of parenting interventions. In: Prevention and youth crime: is early intervention working? Bristol, Policy Press.
PARR, S. and NIXON, J. (2008). Rationalising family intervention projects. In: SQUIRES, P., (ed.) ASBO nation: the criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol, Policy Press.
POWELL, Ryan (2008). Understanding the stigmatization of gypsies : power and the dialectics of (dis)identification. Housing, Theory and Society, 25 (2), 87-109.
REEVE, Kesia (2008). New immigration and neighborhood change. In: Community cohesion in crisis?: new dimensions of diversity and difference. Policy Press.
ALLEN, C., POWELL, R., CASEY, R. and COWARD, S. (2007). "Ordinary, the same as anywhere else": notes on the management of spoiled identity in 'marginal' middle class neighbourhoods. Sociology, 41 (2), 239-258.
BEATTY, C., FOTHERGILL, S. and POWELL, R. (2007). Twenty years on: has the economy of the coalfields recovered? Environment and planning A, 39 (7), 1654-1675.
CASEY, R., COWARD, S., ALLEN, C. and POWELL, R. (2007). On the planned environment and neighbourhood life: evidence from mixed-tenure housing developments twenty years on. Town Planning Review, 78 (3), 311-334.
FLETCHER, D. R. (2007). A culture of worklessness? Historical insights from the Manor and Park area of Sheffield. Policy and politics, 35 (1), 65-85.
HUNTER, C., HODGE, N., NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2007). Anti social behaviour and disability: the response of social landlords. People, place and policy online, 1 (3), 37-47.
HUNTER, C., HODGE, N.S., NIXON, J., PARR, S. and WILLIS, B. (2007). Disabled people’s experiences of anti-social behaviour and harassment in social housing: a critical review. Project Report. London, Disability Rights Commission.
REEVE, K. and ROBINSON, D. (2007). Beyond the multi-ethnic metropolis: minority ethnic housing experiences in small town England. Housing studies, 22 (4), 547-571.
ARMSTRONG, H. W. and WELLS, P. (2006). Evaluating the governance of structural funds programmes: the case of community economic development in South Yorkshire. European planning studies, 14 (6), 855-876.
ARMSTRONG, H. W. and WELLS, P. (2006). Structural funds and the evaluation of community economic development initiatives in the UK: a critical perspective. Regional studies, 40 (2), 259-272.
COLE, I. D. (2006). Hidden from history? housing studies, the perpetual present and the case of social housing in Britain. Housing studies, 21 (2), 283-295.
FLINT, J. and NIXON, J. (2006). Governing neighbours: anti-social behaviour orders and new forms of regulating conduct in the UK. Urban studies, 43 (5/6), 939-955.
FLINT, J. F. (2006). Maintaining an arms length? Housing, community governance and the management of 'problematic' populations. Housing studies, 21 (2), 171-186.
GILBERTSON, J. and MANNING, J. (2006). Social participation and social capital in South Yorkshire Coalfield Communities. Voluntary action, 8 (1), 22-38.
GILBERTSON, J., STEVENS, M., STIELL, B. and THOROGOOD, N. (2006). Home is where the hearth is: grant recipients' views of England's home energy efficiency scheme (Warm Front). Social science and medicine, 63 (4), 946-956.
GORE, T., POWELL, R. and WELLS, P. (2006). The contribution of rural community businesses to integrated rural development: local services for local people. Cahiers d'economie et sociologie rurales, 80, 29-52.
HICKMAN, P. (2006). Approaches to tenant participation in the English local authority sector. Housing studies, 21 (2), 209-225.
LAWLESS, P. (2006). Area-based urban interventions: rationale and outcomes: the new deal for communities programme in England. Urban studies, 43 (11), 1991-2011.
MACMILLAN, R. and TOWNSEND, A. (2006). A ‘new institutional fix’? The ‘community turn’ and the changing role of the voluntary sector. In: MILLIGAN, C. and CONRADSON, D., (eds.) Landscapes of voluntarism: new spaces of health, welfare and governance. Bristol, Policy Press, 15-32.
NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2006). Anti-social behaviour: voices from the front line. In: FLINT, J., (ed.) Housing, urban governance and anti-social behaviour : perspectives, policy and practice. Bristol, Policy Press, 79-98.
ROBINSON, D. and REEVE, K. (2006). Neighbourhood experiences of new immigration: reflections from the evidence base. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
BEATTY, C. and FOTHERGILL, S. (2005). The diversion from 'unemployment' to 'sickness' across British regions and districts. Regional studies, 39 (7), 837-854.
COLE, I. D. and ETHERINGTON, D. (2005). Neighbourhood renewal policy and spatial differentiation in housing markets: recent trends in England and Denmark. European journal of housing policy, 5 (1), 77-97.
COLE, I. D. and ETHERINGTON, D. (2005). Neighbourhood renewal policy and spatial differentiation in housing markets: recent trends in England and Denmark. European journal of housing policy, 5 (1), 77-97.
FLETCHER, D. R. (2005). Providing enterprise support for offenders: realising new opportunities or reinforcing old inequalities? Environment and planning C: government and policy, 23 (5), 715-731.
GORE, T. (2005). Extending employability or solving employers' recruitment problems? Demand-led approaches as an instrument of labour market policy. Urban studies, 42 (2), 341-353.
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.
HUNTER, C., NIXON, J. and SLATTER, M. (2005). Neighbours behaving badly: anti-social behaviour, property rights and exclusion in England and Australia. Macquarie law journal, 5, 149-176.
REEVE, K. (2005). Squatting since 1945: the enduring relevance of material need. In: SOMERVILLE, P. and SPRINGINGS, N., (eds.) Housing and social policy: contemporary themes and critical perspectives. London, Routledge, 197-217.
ROBINSON, D. (2005). The search for community cohesion: key themes and dominant concepts of the public policy agenda. Urban studies, 42 (8), 1411-1427.
BEATTY, C. and FOTHERGILL, S. (2004). Economic change and the labour market in Britain's seaside town. Regional studies, 38 (5), 837-854.
COLE, I. D. and NEVIN, B. (2004). The road to renewal. The early development of the Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder programme in England. The road to renewal. The early development of the Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder programme in England.
FLETCHER, D. R. (2004). Demand-led programmes: challenging labour market inequalities or reinforcing them? Environment and planning C: government and policy, 22 (1), 115-128.
FLINT, J. F. (2004). Reconfiguring agency and responsibility in the governance of social housing in Scotland. Urban studies, 41 (1), 151-172.
GORE, T. (2004). The open method of co-ordination and policy mainstreaming: the european employment strategy and regional conversion programmes in the UK. European planning studies, 12 (1), 123-141.
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.
LAWLESS, P. (2004). Locating and explaining area-based initiatives: new deal for communities in England. Environment and planning C: government and policy, 22 (3), 383-399.
ROBINSON, D. (2004). Rough sleeping in rural England: challenging a problem denied. Policy and politics, 32 (4), 471-486.
ALCOCK, P., BEATTY, C., FOTHERGILL, S., MACMILLAN, R. and YEANDLE, S. (2003). Work to welfare: how men become detached from the labour market. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
COLE, I. D. (2003). The development of housing policy in the English regions: trends and prospects. Housing studies, 18 (2), 219-234.
FARNELL, R., FURBEY, R. A., HILLS, S. S. A., MACEY, M. and SMITH, G. (2003). Faith in urban regeneration? Engaging faith communities in urban regeneration. Bristol, Policy Press.
FLINT, J. F. (2003). Housing and ethopolitics: constructing identities of active consumption and responsible community. Economy and society, 32 (4), 611-629.
ROBINSON, D. (2003). Housing governance in the English regions: emerging structures, limits and potentials. Housing studies, 18 (2), 249-267.
ARMSTRONG, H. W., KEHRER, B., WELLS, P. and WOOD, A. M. (2002). The evaluation of community economic development initiatives. Urban studies, 39 (3), 457-481.
BEATTY, C. and FOTHERGILL, S. (2002). Hidden unemployment among men: a case study. Regional studies, 36 (8), 811-823.
FLETCHER, D. R. (2002). Employers, recruitment and offenders: underlining the limits of work-focused welfare? Policy and politics, 31 (4), 497-510.
FLINT, J. F. (2002). Social housing agencies and the governance of anti-social behaviour. Housing studies, 17 (4), 619-637.
HARRISON, M. and REEVE, K. (2002). Social welfare movements and collective action : lessons from two UK housing cases. Housing studies, 17 (5), 755-771.
LAWLESS, P. (2002). Power and conflict in pro-growth regimes: tensions in economic development in Jersey City and Detroit. Urban studies, 39 (8), 1329-1346.
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.
WEBBER, D. J. and GORE, T. (2002). Dematerialising local economies: a case for ad hoc governance? Local economy, 17 (2), 96-110.
ARMSTRONG, H. W., KEHRER, B. and WELLS, P. (2001). Initial impacts of community economic development initiatives in the Yorkshire and Humber structural funds programme. Regional studies, 35 (8), 673-688.
BLANDY, S. and ROBINSON, D. (2001). Reforming leasehold: discursive events and outcomes 1984-2000. Journal of law and society, 28 (3), 384-408.
DABINETT, G. and GORE, T. (2001). Institutional influences on EU-funded regional technology development in the UK: a study of the Yorkshire and East London Regions in the 1990s. European planning studies, 9 (8), 995-1010.
HUNTER, C. and NIXON, J. (2001). Social landlords' responses to neighbour nuisance and anti-social behaviour: from the negligible to the holistic? Local government studies, 27 (4), 89-104.
HUNTER, C. and NIXON, J. (2001). Taking the blame and losing the home: women and anti-social behaviour. Journal of social welfare and family law, 23 (4), 395-410.
LAWLESS, P. (2001). Community economic development in urban and regional regeneration: unfolding potential or justifiable scepticism? Environment and planning C: government and policy, 19 (1), 135-155.