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2019

Anand, Paul; Esposito, Lucio and Villasenor, Adrian (2019). Depression and Economic Status: Evidence for Non-Linear Patterns in Women from Mexico. Journal of Mental Health (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

2018

Anand, Paul; Behrman, Jere R.; Dang, Hai-Anh H. and Jones, Sam (2018). Varied patterns of catch-up in child growth: Evidence from Young Lives. Social Science & Medicine, 214 pp. 206–213. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadfile

Anand, Paul and Poggi, Ambra (2018). Do Social Resources Matter? Social Capital, Personality Traits, and the Ability to Plan Ahead. Kyklos, 71(3) pp. 343–373. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Lombardozzi, Lorena (2018). Can distortions in agriculture support economic structural transformation? The case of Uzbekistan. Post-Communist Economies (In Press).

Mackintosh, Maureen; Mugwagwa, Julius; Banda, Geoffrey; Tibandebage, Paula; Tunguhole, Jires; Wangwe, Samuel and Karimi Njeru, Mercy (2018). Health-industry linkages for local health: reframing policies for African health system strengthening. Health Policy and Planning, 33(4) pp. 602–610. file

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2018). Starting from here: Challenges in planning for better health care in Tanzania. In: Bhan, Gautam; Srinivas, Smita and Watson, Vanessa eds. The Routledge Companion to Planning in the Global South. Abingdon, UK: Routledge (Taylor and Francis). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Mackintosh, Maureen; Tibandebage, Paula; Karimi Njeru, Mercy; Kariuki Kungu, Joan; Israel, Caroline and Mujinja, Phares G.M. (2018). Rethinking health sector procurement as developmental linkages in East Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 200 pp. 182–189. file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). A House Divided: Asset-Based Welfare and Housing Asset-Based Welfare. International Journal of Housing Policy (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). Financial Inclusion: A Tale of Two Literatures. Social Policy and Society (Early Access). file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). Are Basic Capital Versus Basic Income Debates Too Narrow? Basic Income Studies (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). Millennial Bugs. A review of the Resolution Foundation’s Intergenerational Commission’s final report. Political Quarterly (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wolfenden, Freda; Buckler, Alison; Santos, Cristina and Mittelmeier, Jenna (2018). Education Workforce Initiative: Initial Research. International Commission on Financing Education Opportunity (The Education Commission). file

2017

De Henau, Jérôme (2017). Costing a Feminist Plan for a Caring Economy: The Case of Free Universal Childcare in the UK. In: Bargawi, Hannah; Cozzi, Giovanni and Himmelweit, Susan eds. Economics and Austerity in Europe: Gendered impacts and sustainable alternatives. Routledge, pp. 168–188.

De Henau, Jérôme; Himmelweit, Susan and Perrons, Diane (2017). Investing in the Care Economy – Simulating employment effects by gender in countries in emerging economies. International Trade Union Confederation. file

Lowe, Jonquil (2017). Consumers and competition: delivering more effective consumer power in retail financial markets. Financial Services Consumer Panel, London, UK.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Mugwagwa, Julius; Banda, Geoffrey and Tunguhole, Jires (2017). Local production of pharmaceuticals and health system strengthening in Africa: An Evidence Brief. German Health Practice Collection (GHPC), Berlin. file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2017). Why do people opt-out or not opt-out of automatic enrolment? A focus group study of automatic enrolment into a workplace pension in the United Kingdom. Journal of European Social Policy, 27(5) pp. 447–457. filefile

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Lymer, Andy and Rowlingson, Karen (2017). Does information about wealth inequality and inheritance tax raise public support for the wealth taxes? Evidence from a UK survey. In: Peeters, Bruno; Gribnau, Hans and Badisco, Jo eds. Building Trust in Taxation. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 335–354.

Rui, Huaichuan; Zhang, Miao and Shipman, Alan (2017). Chinese expatriate management in emerging markets: A competitive advantage perspective. Journal of International Management, 23(2) pp. 124–138.

Santos, Cristina (2017). Are we empowering women? Policy in Focus, 14(1) pp. 7–9.

2016

Mackintosh, Maureen; Banda, Geoffrey; Tibandebage, Paula and Wamae, Watu eds. (2016). Making Medicines in Africa: The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health. International Political Economy. London: Palgrave Macmillan. file

Anand, Paul and Roope, Laurence (2016). The development and happiness of very young children. Social Choice and Welfare, 47(4) pp. 825–851. file

Bache, Ian; Reardon, Louise and Anand, Paul (2016). Wellbeing as a wicked problem: navigating the arguments for the role of government. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(3) pp. 893–912. file

Brambley, Will and Lowe, Jonquil (2016). How Might We Create a Secondary Annuity Market that Works for Pensioners? In: ELSA’s 7th Anniversary Symposium, 23 May 2016, London. file

De Henau, Jérôme; Himmelweit, Susan; Lapniewska, Zofia and Perrons, Diane (2016). Investing in the Care Economy. A gender analysis of employment stimulus in seven OECD countries. International Trade Union Confederation. file

Lowe, Jonquil; Collard, Sharon; Martin, Coppack and Simon, Sarkar (2016). Access to Financial Services in the UK. Financial Conduct Authority, London, UK.

MacBride-Stewart, Sara; Johns, Nicholas and Green, Alison (2016). Understanding same-sex marriage as equality, but with exceptions. Families, Relationships and Societies, 5(2) pp. 229–245.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Channon, Amos; Karan, Anup; Selvaraj, Sakthivel; Zhao, Hongwen and Cavagnero, Eleonora (2016). What is the private sector? Understanding private provision in the health systems of low-income and middle-income countries. The Lancet, 388(10044) pp. 596–605.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Kale, Dinar; Orsenigo, Luigi and Simonetti, Roberto (2016). Submission to the United Nations Secretary General's High Level Panel on Access to Medicines. United Nations. file

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2016). Health as a Productive Sector: Integrating Health and Industrial Policy. Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF), Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. file

Papaioannou, Theo and Srinivas, Smita (2016). Innovation as a Political Process of Development: Are Neo-Schumpetarians Value Neutral? In: SPRU’s 50th Anniversary Conference on Transforming Innovation, 7-9 Sep 2016, University of Sussex. file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2016). How did the Welsh government manage to reform council tax in 2005? Public Money and Management, 36(6) pp. 417–424. file

Rui, Huaichuan; Zhang, Miao and Shipman, Alan (2016). Relevant knowledge and recipient ownership: Chinese MNCS’ knowledge transfer in Africa. Journal of World Business, 51(5) pp. 713–728.

Tibandebage, Paula; Kida, Tausi; Mackintosh, Maureen and Ikingura, Joyce (2016). Can managers empower nurse-midwives to improve maternal health care? A comparison of two resource-poor hospitals in Tanzania. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 31(4) pp. 379–395. file

2015

Anand, Paul; Gray, Alastair; Liberini, Federica; Roope, Laurence; Smith, Ron and Thomas, Ranjeeta (2015). Wellbeing over 50. Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 6 pp. 68–78. file

Collard, Sharon; Brambley, Will and Lowe, Jonquil (2015). Beyond Risk Profiling: Achieving better investment outcomes for consumers and industry. True Potential Centre for the Public Understanding of Finance, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Demirel, Pelin and Parris, Stuart (2015). Access to Finance for Innovators in the UK’s Environmental Sector. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 27(7) pp. 782–808. file

Mazzucato, Mariana and Parris, Stuart (2015). High-growth firms in changing competitive environments: the US pharmaceutical industry (1963 to 2002). Small Business Economics, 44(1) pp. 145–170.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2015). Does the financial crisis create opportunities for taxing wealth? A study of tax policy debates in the United Kingdom. Social & Legal Studies, 24(2) pp. 271–287.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2015). Why do the public oppose inheritance taxes? In: Gaisbauer, Helmut P.; Schweiger, Gottfried and Sedmak, Clemens eds. Philosophical Explorations of Justice and Taxation: National and Global Issues. Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice (40). Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 151–166.

Shipman, Alan (2015). Capitalism without Capital: Accounting for the crash. Palgrave Macmillan.

Swann, Rachel; Green, Alison; Johns, Nick and Sloan, Luke (2015). Street pastors as substitutes for trust in the context of plural policing. Safer Communities, 14(4) pp. 168–182.

2014

Allan, Helen T.; Brearley, Sally; Byng, Richard; Christian, Sara; Clayton, Julie; Mackintosh, Maureen; Price, Linnie; Smith, Pam and Ross, Fiona (2014). People and teams matter in organizational change: professionals’ and managers’ experiences of changing governance and incentives in Primary Care. Health Services Research, 49(1) pp. 93–112.

Gleadle, Pauline; Parris, Stuart; Simonetti, Roberto and Shipman, Alan (2014). Restructuring and innovation in pharmaceuticals and biotechs: the impact of financialisation. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(1) pp. 67–77. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Johns, Nick; MacBride-Stewart, Sara; Powell, Martin and Green, Alison (2014). When is positive action not positive action? Exploring the conceptual meaning and implications of the tie-break criterion in the UK Equality Act 2010. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 33(1) pp. 97–113.

Lowe, Jonquil (2014). Whither UK annuities? Why lifetime annuities should still be part of good financial advice in the post-pension-liberalisation world. International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK), London. file

Mackintosh, Maureen and Mugwagwa, Julius (2014). Open University Submission : House of Commons International Development Select Committee : Inquiry into Health System Strengthening. Houses of Parliament, London, UK. file

Mazzucato, Mariana and Shipman, Alan (2014). Accounting for productive investment and value creation. Industrial and Corporate Change, 23(4) pp. 1059–1085.

Mujinja, Phares G. M.; Mackintosh, Maureen; Justin-Temu, Mary and Wuyts, Marc (2014). Local production of pharmaceuticals in Africa and access to essential medicines: 'urban bias’ in access to imported medicines in Tanzania and its policy implications. Globalization and Health, 10(12) pp. 1–12.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2014). What are public attitudes towards financial capability? Evidence from focus groups in London. Policy Studies, 35(2) pp. 131–146.

2013

Anand, Paul; d'Ercole, Marco Mira and Low, Hamish (2013). Moving beyond GDP. Fiscal Studies, 34(3) pp. 285–288.

Baert, Patrick and Shipman, Alan (2013). The rise of the embedded intellectual: new forms of public engagement and critique. In: Thijssen, Peter; Weyns, Walter; Timmrman, Christiane and Mels, Sara eds. New Public Spheres: Recontextualizing the Intellectual. Public Intellectuals and the Sociology of Knowledge. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 27–50.

Bellani, Luna; Hunter, Graham and Anand, Paul (2013). Multidimensional welfare: do groups vary in their priorities and behaviours? Fiscal Studies, 34(3) pp. 333–354.

Coates, Dermot; Anand, Paul and Norris, Michelle (2013). Housing and quality of life for migrant communities in western Europe: a capabilities approach. Journal on Migration and Human Security, 1(4) pp. 163–209. file

de Henau, Jerome and Himmelweit, Susan (2013). Examining public policy from a gendered intra-household perspective: changes in family-related policies in the UK, Australia and Germany since the mid-nineties. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 3(7) pp. 1222–1248. file

de Henau, Jerome and Himmelweit, Susan (2013). Comparing welfare regimes by their effects on intra-household inequalities. In: Ferri, Mireia and Monsonis-Paya, Irene eds. Sustainability and transformation in European Social Policy. Peter Lang, pp. 117–146. file

Himmelweit, Susan (2013). Care: feminist economic theory and policy challenges. Journal of Gender Studies Ochanomizu University, 16 pp. 1–18. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Himmelweit, Susan and de Henau, Jerome (2013). Unpacking within-household gender differences in partners’ subjective benefits from household income. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75(3) pp. 611–624. file

Himmelweit, Susan; Santos, Cristina; Sevilla, Almudena and Sofer, Catherine (2013). Sharing of resources within the family and the economics of household decision-making. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75(3) pp. 625–639. file

Mujinja, Phares G.M.; Koivusalo, Meri; Mackintosh, Maureen and Chaudhuri, Sudip (2013). NGOs, consumer rights and access to essential medicines: non-governmental public action in a low-income market context. In: Howell, Jude ed. Non-Governmental Public Action and Social Justice. Non-Governmental Public Action Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 112–135.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2013). Asset-based welfare: financialization or financial inclusion? Critical Social Policy, 33(4) pp. 658–678.

Simon, Judit; Anand, Paul; Gray, Alastair; Rugkåsa, Jorun; Yeeles, Ksenija and Burns, Tom (2013). Operationalising the capability approach for outcome measurement in mental health research. Social Science & Medicine, 98 pp. 187–196. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wafula, Francis; Molyneaux, Catherine; Mackintosh, Maureen and Goodman, Catherine (2013). Protecting the public or setting the bar too high? Understanding the causes and consequences of regulatory actions of frontline regulators and specialized drug shop operators in Kenya. Social Science & Medicine, 97 pp. 220–227.

2012

Anand, Paul; Exworthy, Mark; Frossini, Francesca and Jones, Lorelei (2012). Autonomy and improved performance: lessons for an NHS policy reform. Public Money and Management, 32(3) pp. 209–216. file

Anand, Paul and Leape, Jonathan (2012). What economists do - and how universities might help. In: Coyle, Diana ed. What's the Use of Economics? Teaching the Dismal Science after the Crisis. London: London Publishing Partnership.

Bennett, Fran; de Henau, Jerome; Himmelweit, Susan and Sung, Sirin (2012). Financial togetherness and autonomy within couples. In: Scott, Jacqueline; Dex, Shirley and Plagnol, Anke eds. Gendered Lives: Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction. New York: Edward Elgar, pp. 97–122. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Brennan, Deborah; Cass, Bettina; Himmelweit, Susan and Szebehely, Marta (2012). The marketisation of care: rationales and consequences in Nordic and liberal care regimes. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(4) pp. 377–391. file

Gleadle, Pauline; Hodgson, Damian and Storey, John (2012). 'The ground beneath my feet': projects, project management and the intensified control of R&D engineers. New Technology Work and Employment, 27(3) pp. 163–177.

Gleadle, Pauline; Parris, Stuart; Shipman, Alan and Simonetti, Roberto (2012). Financialisation As An Enabler Or Inhibitor Of Innovation? The Case Of UK Biotech. FINNOV, Milton Keynes. file

Green, Alison; Barton, Adrian and Johns, Nick (2012). Religion, public policy and equalising opportunities. Critical Social Policy, 32(4) pp. 517–535.

Husk, Kerryn and Green, Alison (2012). Cornish ethnicity and undercounting: utilising the 2001 England and Wales Census to develop an accurate measurement methodology. Methodological Innovations Online, 7(2) pp. 1–12.

Johns, Nick and Green, Alison (2012). Trust and Substitutes for Trust: The Case of Britain Under New Labour. European Political, Economic, and Security Issues. Huntington, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Johns, Nick; Green, Alison and Powell, Martin (2012). Diversity in the British NHS: the business versus the ‘moral’
case.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 31(8) pp. 768–783.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2012). What do people think of taxation? Evidence from a focus group study in England. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(1) pp. 77–89.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2012). Does the financial crisis create opportunities for wealth taxation? In: Erreygers, Guido and Cunliffe, John eds. Inherited Wealth, Justice and Equality. Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy (165). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 141–153.

Santos, Cristina (2012). Wealth Accumulation and Home Ownership of US young adults: 2005-2009. FINNOV. file

Smith, Pam; Mackintosh, Maureen; Ross, Fiona; Clayton, Julie; Price, Linnie; Christian, Sara; Byng, Richard and Allan, Helen (2012). Financial and clinical risk in health care reform: a view from below. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 17(Supp 2) pp. 11–17.

2011

Anand, Paul (2011). Introduction: new directions in the economics of welfare: special issue celebrating nobel laureate Amartya Sen's 75th birthday. Journal of Public Economics, 95(3-4) pp. 191–192.

Anand, Paul; Krishnakumar, Jaya and Tran, Ngoc Bich (2011). Measuring welfare: latent variable models for happiness and capabilities in the presence of unobservable heterogeneity. Journal of Public Economics, 95(3-4) pp. 205–215.

Anand, Paul and Lea, Stephen (2011). The economic psychology of poverty. Journal of Economic Psychology, 32(2), p. 205.

Anand, Paul and Lea, Stephen (2011). The psychology and behavioural economics of poverty. Journal of Economic Psychology, 32(2) pp. 284–293.

Anand, Paul; Martine, Durand and Heckman, James (2011). The Measurement of Progress - Some Achievements and Challenges. The Open University, Milton Keynes. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Annesley, Claire and Himmelweit, Susan (2011). Women. In: Yeates, Nicola; Haux, Tina; Jawad, Rana and Kilkey, Majella eds. In defence of welfare: the mpacts of the spending review February 2011. The Social Policy Association, pp. 19–21. file

Baert, Patrick and Shipman, Alan (2011). Transforming the intellectual. In: Rubio, Fernando Dominguez and Baert, Patrick eds. The Politics of Knowledge. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 179–204.

Barton, Adrian; Johns, Nick; Hyde, Mark; Green, Alison and Squire, Greta (2011). 'Controlling God in the UK: the vexed question of political accountability and faith based groups. Journal of Politics and Law, 4(2) pp. 3–12.

de Henau, Jerome and Santos, Cristina (2011). Gender analysis of the changes in indirect taxes introduced by the coalition government, 2010-2011. Women's Budget Group, United Kingdom. file

Demirel, Pelin and Parris, Stuart (2011). Enterprise, Innovation and the Enviroment. FINNOV project, Milton Keynes. file

Green, Alison and Johns, Nick (2011). Street pastors as substitutes for trust. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference 2011, 4-6 Jul 2011, Lincoln, UK.

Green, Alison; Johns, Nick and Rix, Mark (2011). Liberty, national security and the Big Society. Sociological Research Online, 16(2), article no. 19.

Himmelweit, Susan and Land, Hilary (2011). Reducing gender inequalities to create a sustainable care system. Kurswechsel, 4 pp. 49–63. file

Koivusalo, Meri and Mackintosh, Maureen (2011). Commercial influence and global nongovernmental public action in health and pharmaceutical policies. International Journal of Health Services, 41(3) pp. 539–563.

Lowe, J. (2011). Pensions. In: Callaghan, George; Fribbance, Ian and Higginson, Martin eds. Personal Finance (2nd edition). Basingstoke/Milton Keynes, UK: Palgrave Macmillan/The Open University, pp. 273–324.

Lowe, J. and Rutterford, J. (2011). Savings and investments. In: Callaghan, George; Fribbance, Ian and Higginson, Martin eds. Personal Finance (2nd edition). Basingstoke/Milton Keynes, UK: Palgrave Macmillan/The Open University, pp. 174–228.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Chaudhuri, Sudip and Mujinja, Phares G.M. (2011). Can NGOs regulate medicines markets? Social enterprise in wholesaling, and access to essential medicines. Globalization and Health, 7(1), article no. 4. file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2011). Debating the 'death tax': the politics of inheritance tax in the UK. In: Holden, Chris; Kilkey, Majella and Ramia, Gaby eds. Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. Social Policy Review (23). Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 85–102.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2011). What is the legacy of New Labour? In: Lee, Simon and Beech, Matt eds. The Cameron-Clegg Government: Coalition Politics in an Age of Austerity. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 24–37.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2011). Towards a Bourdieusian economics of leisure. In: Cameron, Samuel ed. Handbook on the Economics of Leisure. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 38–51.

Trigg, Andrew B. and Lowe, Jonquil T. (2011). Comparing pension systems in the circular flow of income. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 70(5) pp. 1248–1281. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2010

Andersson, Tord; Gleadle, Pauline; Haslam, Colin and Tsitsianis, Nick (2010). Bio-pharma: A financialized business model. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 21(7) pp. 631–641.

Annesley, Claire and Himmelweit, Susan (2010). The Impact on Women of the Coalition Spending Review 2010. UK Women's Budget Group, London. file

Bennett, Fran; De Henau, Jerome and Sung, Sirin (2010). Within household inequalities across classes? Management and control of money. In: Scott, Jacqueline; Crompton, Rosemary and Lyonette, Clare eds. Gender Inequalities in the 21st Century: New barriers and Continuing Constraints. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 215–240.

Chaudhuri, Sudip; Mackintosh, Maureen and Mujinja, Phares G M (2010). Indian generics producers, access to essential medicines and local production in Africa: an argument with reference to Tanzania. European Journal of Development Research, 22(4) pp. 451–468. file

de Henau, Jerome; Himmelweit, Susan and Santos, Cristina (2010). Gender equality and taxation. A UK case study. In: Grown, Karen and Valodia, Imraan eds. Taxation and gender equity. A comparative analysis of direct and indirect taxes in developing and developed countries. Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 261–298. restricted access item, not available for direct download

De Henau, Jérôme; Meulders, Danièle and O'Dorchai, Síle (2010). Maybe baby: comparing partnered women's employment and child policies in the EU-15. Feminist Economics, 16(1) pp. 43–77.

Dolphin, Tony and Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). Asset-based welfare and child poverty: next steps for the Welsh Assembly. Institute for Public Policy Research.

Gleadle, Pauline and Haslam, Colin (2010). An exploratory study of an early stage R&D-intensive firm under financialization. Accounting Forum, 34(1) pp. 54–65.

Land, Hilary and Himmelweit, Susan (2010). Who Cares: Who Pays? A Report on Personalisation in Social Care. Unison, London. file

Lowe, Jonquil (2010). Investment choices. In: Mazzucato, Mariana; Lowe, Jonquil; Shipman, Alan and Trigg, Andrew eds. Personal Investment: financial planning in an uncertain world. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 67–111.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Mujinja, Phares G. M. (2010). Markets and policy challenges in access to essential medicines for endemic disease. Journal of African Economies, 19(Sup 3) iii166-iii200.

Mazzucato, Mariana; Lowe, Jonquil; Shipman, Alan and Trigg, Andrew (2010). Personal Investment: Financial Planning in an Uncertain World. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Parris, Stuart and Demirel, Pelin (2010). Innovation in venture capital backed clean-technology firms in the UK. Strategic Change, 19(7-8) pp. 343–357.

Parris, Stuart and Demirel, Pelin (2010). Innovation in Venture-Capital Backed Clean-Technology Firms in the UK. FP7 FINNOV project, Milton Keynes. file

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). Developing financial capability among the young through education and asset-based welfare. Public Money and Management, 30(5) pp. 279–284.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). The Child Trust Fund in the UK: How might opening rates by parents be increased? Children and Youth Services Review, 32(11) pp. 1544–1547.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). Reforming public services: the views of the main parties. In: Griffiths, Simon and Hickson, Kevin eds. British Party Politics and Ideology after New Labour. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 195–207.

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Lloyd, James and Mulheirn, Ian (2010). Better but cheaper? Reforming the Child Trust Fund. The Social Market Foundation, London, UK.

Tibandebage, Paula and Mackintosh, Maureen (2010). Maternal mortality in Africa: a gendered lens on health system failure. Socialist Register, 46 restricted access item, not available for direct download

Trigg, Andrew (2010). Economic fluctuations. In: Mazzucato, Mariana; Shipman, Alan; Lowe, Jonquil and Trigg, Andrew eds. Personal Investment: Financial Planning in an Uncertain World. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave, pp. 1–446.

Trigg, Andrew (2010). Conclusion: investing for the long term. In: Mazzucato, Mariana; Shipman, Alan; Lowe, Jonquil and Trigg, Andrew eds. Personal Investment: Financial Planning in an Uncertain World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 361–388.

Trigg, Andrew B. and Hartwig, Jochen (2010). Marx's reproduction schemes and the Keynesian multiplier: a reply to Sardoni. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 34(3) pp. 591–595.

2009

Anand, Paul and Gray, Alistair (2009). Obesity as market failure: could a ‘deliberative economy’ overcome the problems of paternalism? Kyklos, 62(2) pp. 182–190.

Anand, Paul; Hunter, Graham; Carter, Ian; Dowding, Keith; Guala, Francesco and van Hees, Martin (2009). The development of capability indicators. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 10(1) pp. 125–152. file

Anand, Paul and Santos, Cristina (2009). Violent crime, gender inequalities and well-being: models based on capabilities and crime data for England and Wales. In: Harris, Bernard; Gálvez, Lina and Machado, Helena eds. Gender and Well-Being in Europe: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 157–184.

Baert, Patrick; Jeronimo, Helena and Shipman, Alan (2009). Social science and the democratic ideal: from technocracy to dialogue. In: Van Bouwel, Jeroen ed. The Social Sciences and Democracy. Palgrave.

Bowman, Cliff and Gleadle, Pauline (2009). Culture as a dynamic capability: the case of 3M in the United Kingdom. In: Jemielniak, Dariusz and Kociatkiewicz, Jerzy eds. Handbook of research on knowledge-intensive organizations. Hershey, PA, USA and London, UK: IGI Global, pp. 330–347.

Johns, Nick and Green, Alison (2009). Equality, equal opportunities and diversity: obfuscation as social justice. Equal Opportunities International, 28(4) pp. 289–303.

Johns, Nick and Green, Alison (2009). New Labour: trust, equality of opportunity and diversity. In: Johns, Nick and Barton, Adrian eds. Evaluating the Political Achievement of New Labour Since 1997: Social Policy and Public Trust. London: Edward Mellen Press.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). Can public opposition to inheritance tax be weakened? Public Policy and Administration, 24(3) pp. 227–244.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). The assets agenda and social policy. Social Policy and Administration, 43(1) pp. 54–69.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). What is the future for asset-based welfare? Public Policy Research, 16(1) pp. 51–56.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). Assets, inequality and the crisis. Renewal, 17(4)

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). Teen and tweeneconomics: a study into the teenage and tweenage pound in Britain: chapter 2. O2.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). The development of asset-based welfare: the case of the Child Trust Fund in the UK. Policy and Politics, 37(1) pp. 129–143.

Rosiello, Alessandro and Parris, Stuart (2009). The patterns of venture capital investment in the UK bio-healthcare sector: the role of proximity, cumulative learning and specialisation. Venture Capital, 11(3) pp. 185–211.

Trigg, Andrew (2009). Review of 'Money, Distribution Conflict and Capital Accumulation' by Eckhard Hein. Economic Issues, 14(1) pp. 95–96.

Trigg, Andrew (2009). Where does the money and demand come from? In: Bellofiore, R. ed. Rosa Luxemburg and the Critique of Political Economy. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 34–52.

2008

Mackintosh, Maureen; Chataway, Joanna and Wuyts, Marc eds. (2008). Promoting Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth and Reducing Poverty. Oxon, UK: Routledge.

Anand, Paul; Santos, Cristina and Smith, Ron (2008). The measurement of capabilities. In: Basu, Kaushik and Kanbur, Ravi eds. Arguments for a Better World: Essays in Honor of Amartya Sen: Volume I: Ethics, Welfare, and Measurement, Volume 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 283–310.

Brown, Vivienne ed. (2008). The Adam Smith Review. The Adam Smith Review, 4. London and New York: Routledge.

Cornelius, Nelarine; Gleadle, Pauline and Pezet, Eric (2008). Afterword: segmentation, reorientation and new exclusions. Organization, 15(3) pp. 463–465.

De Henau, Jerome (2008). Asymmetric power within couples: the gendered effect of children and employment on entitlement to household income. Brussels Economic Review / Cahiers Economiques de Bruxelles, 51(2/3) pp. 269–290. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Gleadle, Pauline (2008). Old and new timings in a high-tech firm. In: Jemielniak, Dariusz and Kociatkiewicz, Jerzy eds. Management practices in high-tech environments. UK: Information Science Reference, pp. 133–151.

Gleadle, Pauline and Cornelius, Nelarine (2008). A case study of financialization and EVA. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 19(8) pp. 1219–1238.

Gleadle, Pauline; Cornelius, Nelarine and Pezet, Eric (2008). Enterprising selves: How governmentality meets agency. Organization, 15(3) pp. 307–313.

Himmelweit, Susan (2008). Policy on care: a help or hindrance to gender inequality. In: Scott, Jacqueline; Dex, Shirley and Joshi, Heather eds. Women and Employment: Changing Lives and New Challenges. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 347–368. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Koivusalo, Meri and Mackintosh, Maureen (2008). Global public health security: inequality, vulnerability and public health system capabilities. Development and Change, 39(6) pp. 1163–1169. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadfile

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2008). Competitive and organisational constraints on innovation, investment and quality of care in a liberalised low-income health system: evidence from Tanzania. In: Mackintosh, Maureen; Chataway, Joanna and Wuyts, Marc eds. Promoting Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth and Reducing Poverty. London: Routledge.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). The assets agenda: principles and policy. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). Wealth taxes: stories, metaphors and public attitudes. The Political Quarterly, 79(2) pp. 172–178.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). Assets and citizenship. In: White, Stuart and Leighton, Daniel eds. Building a Citizen Society. London: Lawrence-Wishart.

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Rowlingson, Karen and White, Stuart (2008). How to Defend Inheritance Tax. Fabian ideas, 623. Fabian Society.

Trigg, Andrew (2008). Review of 'Reclaiming Marx's Capital: A Refutation of the Myth of Inconsistency' by Andrew Kliman. Review of Political Economy, 20(3) pp. 456–458.

Trigg, Andrew (2008). Quantity and price systems: towards a framework for coherence between Post Keynesian and Sraffian economics. In: Harvey, J. T. and Garnett, R. F. eds. Future Directions for Heterodox Economics. Michigan, USA: Michigan University Press, pp. 127–141.

2007

Brown, Vivienne ed. (2007). The Adam Smith Review. The Adam Smith Review, 3. London and New York: Routledge.

Anand, Paul and Santos, Cristina (2007). Violent Crime, Gender Inequalities and Well-Being: Models based on a Survey of Individual Capabilities and Crime Rates for England and Wales. Revue d'Economie Politique, 117(1) pp. 877–902. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Archambault, Éric; Simonetti, Roberto; Côté, Grégoire and Kale, Dinar (2007). The dynamics of pharmaceutical patenting in India: Evidence from USPTO data. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 19(5) pp. 625–642.

Brown, Vivienne (2007). Historical interpretation, intentionalism and philosophy of mind. Journal of the Philosophy of History, 1(1) pp. 25–62.

Cornelius, Nelarine and Gleadle, Pauline (2007). La conduite de soi et les sujets entreprenants: les cas Midco et Labco. In: Pezet, Eric; Ohayon, Annick; Bouvard, Josette and Cohen, Yves eds. Management et conduite de soi: Enquête sur les ascèses de la performance. Paris, France: Vuibert, pp. 129–154.

Gleadle, Pauline; Cornelius, Nelarine; Pezet, Eric and Salaman, Graeme (2007). Change and continuity in writing about change and continuity. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20(4) pp. 473–477.

Himmelweit, Susan (2007). The prospects for caring: economic theory and policy analysis. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31(4) pp. 581–599.

Himmelweit, Susan (2007). The right to request flexible working; A 'very British' approach to gender (in)equality. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 33(2) pp. 246–263. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Mackintosh, Maureen (2007). Planning and market regulation: strengths, weaknesses and interactions in the provision of less inequitable and better quality health care. Working Paper commissioned and accepted by the World Health Organisation's Commission on the Social Determinants of Health, Health Systems Knowledge Network. file

Mackintosh, Maureen (2007). International migration and extreme health inequality: robust arguments and institutions for international redistribution in health care. In: McIntyre, Di and Mooney, Gavin eds. The Economics of Health Equity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 151–173.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Chataway, Joanna and Wuyts, Marc (2007). Promoting innovation, productivity and industrial growth and reducing poverty: bridging the policy gap. Introduction to the Special Issue. European Journal of Development Research, 19(1) pp. 1–12.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2007). Competitive and organisational constraints on innovation, investment and quality of care in a liberalised low income health system: evidence from Tanzania. European Journal of Development Research, 19(1) pp. 81–99. file

Santos, Cristina (2007). Estimating linear birth cohort effects: revisiting the age-happiness profile. Open University, Economics Department, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Simonetti, Roberto; Wuyts, Marc and Wuyts-Fivawo, Anna (2007). Banking on rural innovation for poverty reduction: A case study of value-chain lending in Mozambique. European Journal of Development Research, 19(1) pp. 136–155.

Smith, Pam and Mackintosh, Maureen (2007). Profession, market and class: Nurse migration and the remaking of division and disadvantage. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16(12) pp. 2213–2220.

2006

Brown, Vivienne ed. (2006). The Adam Smith Review. The Adam Smith Review, 2. London and New York: Routledge.

Coméliau, Christian; Guillioz, Stéphane; Carton, Michel; Flückiger, Yves; Mackintosh, Maureen and Merrien, François Xavier eds. (2006). Le Défi Social du Développement: Globalisation et Inégalités. Geneva and Paris: Institut Universitaire d'Etudes du Développement and Editions Karthala.

Anand, Paul and Clark, Andrew (2006). Symposium introduction: Life satisfaction and welfare economics. Journal of Socio-Economics, 35(2) pp. 177–179.

Anand, Paul and van Hees, Martin (2006). Capabilities and achievements: an empirical study. Journal of Socio-Economics, 35(2) pp. 268–284.

Bertie, Andrew; Himmelweit, Susan and Trigg, Andrew (2006). Social norms, cognitive dissonance and broadcasting: How to influence economic agents. In: Bruun, Charlotte ed. Advances in Artificial Economics: The Economy as a Complex Dynamic System. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, 584. Berlin: Springer, pp. 235–252.

Brown, Vivienne (2006). Choice, moral responsibility and alternative possibilities. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 9(3) pp. 265–288.

Brown, Vivienne (2006). Decanonizing discourses: textual analysis and the history of economic thought. In: Davis, John B. ed. Recent developments in economic methodology. The international library of critical writings in economics series, 1. Edward Elgar, p. 101.

Brown, Vivienne (2006). Rights, liberties and duties: reformulating Hohfeld’s scheme of legal relations? In: Holder, Jane and O'Cinneide, Colm eds. Current legal problems 2005, Volume 58. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 343–367. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Himmelweit, Susan (2006). Feminism and Economics. Soundings(33) pp. 151–162.

Himmelweit, Susan (2006). Making policymakers more gender aware: experiences and reflections from the Women’s Budget Group in the United Kingdom. In: Hartmann, Heidi ed. Gendering politics and policy: recent developments in Europe, Latin America, and the United States. USA: Haworth Press Inc., pp. 101–121.

Mackintosh, Maureen (2006). Commercialisation, inequality and the limits to transition in health care: a Polanyian framework for policy analysis. Journal of International Development, 18(3) pp. 393–406.

Mackintosh, Maureen (2006). La commercialisation des soins de santé et ses inégalités. In: Coméliau, Christian; Guilloz, Stéphane; Carton, Michel; Flückiger, Yves; Mackintosh, Maureen and Merrien, François Xavier eds. Le Défi Social du Développement: Globalisation et Inégalités. Geneva and Paros: Institut Universitaire d'Etudes du Développement and Editions Karthala, pp. 153–174.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Kovalev, Sergey (2006). Commercialisation, inequality and transition in health care: the policy challenges in developing and transitional countries. Journal of International Development, 18(3) pp. 387–391.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Mensah, Kwadwo; Henry, Leroi and Rowson, Michael (2006). Aid, restitution and international fiscal redistribution in health care: implications of health professionals' migration. Journal of International Development, 18(6) pp. 757–770.

Mackintosh, Maureen; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi (2006). A perverse subsidy: African trained nurses and doctors in the NHS. Soundings, 34 pp. 103–113.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2006). Gender and health sector reform: analytical perspectives on African experience. In: Razavi, Shahra and Hassim, Shireen eds. Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context: Uncovering the Gendered Structure of 'the Social'. Social Policy in a Development Context Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 237–257.

Trigg, Andrew (2006). Marxian reproduction schema: money and aggregate demand in a capitalist economy. Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy. London: Routledge.

2005

Albelda, Randy; Himmelweit, Susan and Humphries, Jane eds. (2005). The Dilemmas of lone motherhood: essays from feminist economics. UK: Routledge.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Koivusalo, Meri eds. (2005). Commercialization of health care: global and local dynamics and policy responses. Social Policy in a Development Context. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Anand, P. (2005). Capabilities and health. Journal of Medical Ethics, 31(5) pp. 299–303.

Anand, P. and Dolan, P (2005). Equity Capabilities and Health: Introduction. Social Science & Medicine, 60(2) pp. 219–222.

Anand, Paul (2005). QALYs and Capabilities: a comment on Cookson. Health Economics, 14(12) pp. 1283–1286.

Anand, Paul (2005). Introduction. Social Indicators Research, 74(1) pp. 1–8.

Anand, Paul; Hunter, Graham and Smith, Ron (2005). Capabilities and well-being: evidence based on the Sen–Nussbaum approach to welfare. Social Indicators Research, 74(1) pp. 9–55.

Balogun, Julia; Gleadle, Pauline; Hope Hailey, Veronica and Willmott, Hugh (2005). Managing change across boundaries: boundary-shaking practices. British Journal of Management, 16(4) pp. 261–278.

Brown, Vivienne (2005). Moralische dilemmata und der dialogismus von Adam Smiths Theorie der moralischen Gefühle. In: Fricke, Christel and Schütt, Hans-Peter eds. Adam Smith als Moralphilosoph. Germany: De Gruyter.

Davies, Celia; Anand, Paul; Artigas, Lidia; Holloway, Jacky; McConway, Kevin; Newman, Janet; Storey, John and Thompson, Grahame (2005). Links between Governance, Incentives and Outcomes: a Review of the Literature. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D (NCCSDO), London, UK.

Himmelweit, Susan (2005). Caring: The need for an economic strategy. Public Policy Research, 12(3) pp. 168–173.

Himmelweit, Susan (2005). Making policymakers more gender aware: experiences and reflections from the women's budget group in the United Kingdom. Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, 27(1 & 2) pp. 109–121.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Kida, Tausi Mbaga (2005). Public expenditure allocation and incidence under health care market liberalization: a Tanzanian casestudy. In: Mackintosh, Maureen and Koivusalo, Meri eds. Commercialization of Health Care: Global and Local Dynamics and Policy Responses. Social Policy in a Development Context Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 267–283.

Mensah, Kwadwo; Mackintosh, Maureen and Henry, Leroi (2005). The ‘Skills Drain’ of Health Professionals from the developing World:a Framework for Policy Formulation. Medact, London. file

Tibandebage, Paula and Mackintosh, Maureen (2005). The market shaping of charges, trust and abuse: health care transactions in Tanzania. Social Science & Medicine, 61(7) pp. 1385–1395.

Wailoo, Allan and Anand, Paul (2005). The Nature of procedural preferences for health care rationing decisions. Social Science & Medicine, 60(2) pp. 223–236.

2004

Brown, Vivienne ed. (2004). The Adam Smith Review. The Adam Smith Review, 1. London and New York: Routledge.

Albelda, Randy; Himmelweit, Susan and Humphries, Jane (2004). The dilemmas of lone motherhood: key issues for feminist economics. Feminist Economics, 10(2) pp. 1–7.

Himmelweit, Susan; Bergmann, Barbara; Green, Kate; Albelda, Randy and Koren, Charlotte (2004). Lone Mothers: What is to be done? Feminist Economics, 10(2) pp. 237–264.

Himmelweit, Susan and Sigala, Maria (2004). Choice and the relationship between identities and behaviour for mothers with pre-school children: some implications for policy from a UK study. Journal of Social Policy, 33(3) pp. 455–478. file

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2004). Inequality and redistribution in health care: analytical issues for developmental social policy. In: Mkandawire, Thandika ed. Social Policy in a Development Context. Social Policy in a Development Context Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 143–174.

Trigg, A. B. (2004). Marx and the theory of the monetary circuit. In: Zarembka, P. and Soederberg, S. eds. Neoliberalism In Crisis, Accumulation, and Rosa Luxemburg's Legacy, 21. Research in Political Economy, 21 (21). Greenwich, CT, USA: JAI Press.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2004). Deriving the Engel Curve: Pierre Bourdieu and the social critique of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Review of Social Economy, 62(3) pp. 393–406.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2004). Kalecki and the Grossmann Model of economic breakdown. Science and Society, 68(2) pp. 187–205.

2003

Anand, Paul (2003). The Integration of claims to health care: a programming approach. Journal of Health Economics, 22(5) pp. 731–745.

Anand, Paul (2003). Does economic theory need more evidence?: a balancing of arguments. Journal of Economic Methodology, 10(4) pp. 441–463.

Anand, Paul (2003). Le Ambiguita dell mucca pazza. In: Donghi, Pino ed. Il governo della scienza. Rome, Italy: Guis Latera and Figli, pp. 53–71.

Brown, Vivienne (2003). Textuality and the History of Economics: Intention and Meaning. In: Samuels, W.J.; Biddle, J.E. and Davis, J.B. eds. A Companion to The History of Economic Thought. Blackwell Companions to Contemporary Economics. Blackwell Publishing, pp. 538–552.

Himmelweit, Susan (2003). An evolutionary approach to feminist economics: Two different models of caring. In: Barker, Drucilla and Kuiper, Edith eds. Toward a feminist philosophy of economics. Economics as social theory. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 247–265.

van Hees, Martin and Anand, Paul (2003). New choices: genomics, freedom, and morality. Social Theory and Practice, 29(4) pp. 607–630.

2002

Anand, Paul (2002). Decision-Making When Science is Ambiguous. Science, 295(5561) p. 1839.

Bowman, Cliff and Gleadle, Pauline (2002). Culture as a dynamic capability: the case of 3M in the UK. In: Building Effective Networks: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 11-14 Aug 2002, Denver, CO, USA.

Brown, Vivienne (2002). On some problems with weak intentionalism for intellectual history. History and Theory, 41(2) pp. 198–208.

Himmelweit, Susan (2002). Making visible the hidden economy: the case for gender-impact analysis of economic policy. Feminist Economics, 8(1) pp. 49–70.

Himmelweit, Susan (2002). Economic theory, norms and the care gap, or: why do economists become parents? In: Carling, Alan; Duncan, Simon and Edwards, Rosalind eds. Analysing families: morality and rationality in policy and practice. UK: Routledge, pp. 231–250.

Himmelweit, Susan (2002). Tools for budget impact analysis: taxes and benefits. In: Judd, K ed. Gender Budget Initiatives: strategies, Concepts and experiences. New York: United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), pp. 62–69.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Gilson, Lucy (2002). Non-market relationships in Health Care. In: Heyer, Judith; Stewart, Frances and Thorp, Rosemary eds. Group behaviour and development: is the market destroying co-operation? WIDER Studies in Development Economics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 253–270.

Mackintosh, Maureen and Tibandebage, Paula (2002). Inclusion by design? Rethinking health care market regulation in the Tanzanian context. Journal of Development Studies, 39(1) pp. 1–20.

Tancioni, Massimiliano and Simonetti, Roberto (2002). A Macroeconometric Model for the Analysis of the Impact of Technological Change and Trade on Employment. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 13(1-3) pp. 185–221.

Tibandebage, Paula and Mackintosh, Maureen (2002). Institutional cultures and regulatory relationships in a liberalising health care system: a Tanzanian case study. In: Heyer, Judith; Stewart, Frances and Thorp, Rosemary eds. Group Behaviour and Development: Is the Market Destroying Cooperation? Wider Studies in Development Economics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 271–289.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2002). Surplus value and the Keynesian multiplier. Review of Radical Political Economics, 34(1) pp. 57–67.

2001

Brown, Vivienne (2001). Self-government: the master trope of republican liberty. The Monist, 84(1) pp. 60–76.

Brown, Vivienne (2001). 'Rights' in Aristotle's Politics and Nicomachean Ethics? Review of Metaphysics, 55(2) pp. 269–295.

Himmelweit, Susan (2001). The case For gender analysis of budgets and engaging with the policy making process: the UK women’s budget group. In: Engendering the Budget Conference, 2001, Scottsh Executive.

Himmelweit, Susan (2001). Caring for children. In: Himmelweit, Susan; Simonetti, Roberto and Trigg, Andrew eds. Microeconomics: neoclassical and institutionalist perspectives on economic behaviour. London, UK: Thomson Learning Europe, pp. 179–204.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2001). Veblen, Bourdieu and conspicuous consumption. Journal of Economic Issues, 35(1) pp. 99–115.

2000

Himmelweit, Susan ed. (2000). Inside the Household: From Labour to Care. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Himmelweit, Susan (2000). Domestic Labour. In: Peterson, Janice and Lewis, Margaret eds. The Elgar Companion to Feminist Economics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 126–135.

Mackintosh, Maureen (2000). Do health care systems contribute to inequality? In: Leon, David and Walt, Gill eds. Poverty, Inequality and Health: An International Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 175–193.

1991

Green, Alison; Harris, Christopher and Mayes, David (1991). Estimation of technical inefficiency in manufacturing industry. Applied Economics, 23(10) pp. 1637–1647.

Green, Alison and Mayes, David (1991). Technical inefficiency in manufacturing industries. The Economic Journal, 101(406) pp. 523–538.

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