Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research"
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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.
AMBROSE, Aimee (2013). User and organisational responses to biomass district heating. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning, 167 (1), 35-41.
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.
BEATTY, Christina and FOTHERGILL, S. (2014). The local and regional impact of the UK's welfare reforms. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 7 (1), 63-79.
DOUTERELO, I., SHARPE, Rebecca and BOXALL, J. (2014). Bacterial community dynamics during the early stages of biofilm formation in a chlorinated experimental drinking water distribution system: implications for drinking water discolouration. Journal of applied microbiology, 117 (1), 286-301.
FLETCHER, Del (2014). Workfare - a blast from the past? Contemporary work conditionality for the unemployed in historical perspective. Social Policy and Society. (In Press)
FODEN, Michael (2015). Saving time, saving money, saving the planet, 'one gift at a time': a practice-centred exploration of free online reuse exchange. Ephemera : theory and politics in organization, 15 (1), 41-65.
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.
GOODCHILD, B. (2010). Conservative Party policy for planning: caught between the market and local communities. People Place and Policy Online, 4 (1), 19-23.
GORE, Tony (2014). The role of policy champions and learning in implementing horizontal environmental policy integration : comparative insights from European Structural Fund programmes in the U.K. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 4 (3), 304-330.
HAYNES, Barry (2012). Corporate real estate asset management : aligned vision. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 14 (4), 244-254.
HAYNES, Barry (2011). The impact of generational differences on the workplace. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (2), 98-108.
HETHERINGTON, Steven (2014). Comparative testing of hydraulic lime and OPC mortar mixes. Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation, 3 (3), 274-281.
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.
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.
JONES, Paul (2012). Job creation and regional change under New Labour : a shift-share analysis. Environment and Planning A, 44 (6), 1348-1362.
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.
PHILLIPS, Deborah, ATHWAL, Bal, ROBINSON, David and HARRISON, Malcolm (2013). Towards intercultural engagement: building shared visions of neighbourhood and community in an era of new migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40 (1), 42-59.
POWELL, Ryan (2007). Civilising offensives and ambivalence : the case of British Gypsies. People, place and policy online, 1 (3).
POWELL, Ryan (2015). Housing Benefit reform and the private rented sector in the UK : on the deleterious effects of short-term, ideological "knowledge". Housing, Theory and Society. (In Press)
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.
SOLTANI, Hora and SCOTT, Alexandra M S (2012). Antenatal breast expression in women with diabetes: outcomes from a retrospective cohort study. International Breastfeeding Journal, 7 (18).
SPENCE, Kevin (2015). Gross solids from combined sewers in dry weather and storms, elucidating production, storage and social factors. Urban Water Journal. (In Press)
TANG, Gabriel (2013). Timber gridshells: beyond the drawing board. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Construction Materials, 166 (6), 390-402.
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). 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 (2015). Animal geographies, anarchist praxis and critical animal studies. In: GILLESPIE, Kathryn and COLLARD, Rosemary-Claire, (eds.) Critical animal geographies: politics, intersections, and hierarchies in a multispecies world. Routledge Human-Animal Studies Series . London, Routledge, 19-35.
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.
WHITE, Richard J. and GREEN, Anne E. (2015). The importance of socio-spatial influences in shaping young people’s employment aspirations: case study evidence from three British cities. Work, employment and society.
WHITE, Richard J. and WILLIAMS, Colin C. (2014). Anarchist economic practices in a "capitalist" society: some implications for organisation and the future of work. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 14 (4), 971-975.