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Anand, Paul; Jones, Sam; Donoghue, Matthew and Teitler, Julien (2020). Non-monetary poverty and deprivation: A capability approach. Journal of European Social Policy (Early Access).

Anand, Paul; Roope, Laurence S. J.; Culyer, Anthony J. and Smith, Ron (2020). Disability and multidimensional quality of life: A capability approach to health status assessment. Health Economics, 29(7) pp. 748–765.

Anand, Paul; Saxena, Swati; Gonzales Martinez, Rolando and Dang, Hai-Anh H. (2020). Can Women’s Self-help Groups Contribute to Sustainable Development? Evidence of Capability Changes from Northern India. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 21(2) pp. 137–160.

Ashman, Sam; Newman, Susan and Tregenna, Fiona (2020). Radical Perspectives on Industrial Policy. In: Oqubay, Arkebe; Cramer, Christopher and Chang, Ha-Joon eds. The Oxford Handbook of Industrial Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Newman, Susan (2020). How are things produced? In: Deane, Kevin and van Waeyenberger, Elisa eds. Recharting the History of Economic Thought. London: Macmillan International Higher Education, pp. 53–68.

Newman, Susan (2020). Finance and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. In: Knox-Hayes, Janelle and Wójcik, Darius eds. The Routledge Handbook of Financial Geography. Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing. Routledge.

Srinivas, Smita (2020). Institutional variety and the future of economics. Review of Evolutionary Political Economy, 1(1) pp. 13–35.

Srinivas, Smita (2020). Institutional variety and the future of economics. Review of Evolutionary Political Economy, 1(1) pp. 13–35.

Trigg, Andrew B. (2020). Marx, Say’s Law and Commodity Money. Contributions to Political Economy, 39(1) pp. 23–41.

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Anand, Paul; Roope, Laurence and Ross, Andy (2019). How Economists Help Central Government Think: Survey Evidence from the UK Government Economic Service. International Journal of Public Administration, 42(13) pp. 1145–1157.

Brown, Vivienne (2019). Intersubjective Belief. Episteme, 16(2) pp. 139–156.

Haisma, Hinke; Pelto, Gretel; Venkatapuram, Sridhar; Yousefzadeh, Sepideh; Kramer, Lybrich and Anand, Paul (2019). Towards a Multi-Dimensional Index of Child Growth to Combat the Double Burden of Malnutrition. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 75(2) pp. 123–126.

Hanlon, Charlotte; Alem, Atalay; Lund, Crick; Assefa, Esubalew; W. Giorgis, Tedla and Chisholm, Dan (2019). Moving towards universal health coverage for mental disorders in Ethiopia. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 13, article no. 11.

Himmelweit, Susan (2019). Genuine social security. In: Konzelmann, Sue; Himmelweit, Susan; Smith, Jeremy and Weeks, John eds. Rethinking Britain: Policy Ideas for the Many. Policy Press, pp. 138–140.

Johns, Nick; Green, Alison; Swann, Rachel and Sloan, Luke (2019). Street Pastors in the Night-Time Economy: harmless do-gooders or a manifestation of a New Right agenda? Safer Communities, 18(1) pp. 1–15.

Parris, Stuart (2019). Smart cities: locations for environmental entrepreneurship. In: Nuttall, William J; Gibson, David V; Trzmielak, Dariusz and Ibarra-Yunez, Alejandro eds. Energy and Mobility in Smart Cities. ICE Publishing, pp. 31–59.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2019). Should Basic Payment Accounts be Extended? Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 27(1) pp. 139–144.

Shipman, Alan (2019). How can finance better serve the real economy? In: Konzelmann, Sue; Himmelweit, Susan; Smith, Jeremy and Weeks, John eds. Rethinking Britain: policy ideas for the many. Policy Press.

Shipman, Alan (2019). Why do we need publicly listed companies? In: Konzelmann, Sue; Himmelweit, Susan; Smith, Jeremy and Weeks, John eds. Rethinking Britain: policy ideas for the many. Policy Press.

Steinþórsdóttir, Finnborg S.; Einarsdóttir, Þorgerður; Pétursdóttir, Gyða M. and Himmelweit, Susan (2019). Gendered inequalities in competitive grant funding: an overlooked dimension of gendered power relations in academia. Higher Education Research & Development (Early Access).

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Anand, Paul; Esposito, Lucio and Villaseñor, Adrián (2018). Depression and economic status: evidence for non-linear patterns in women from Mexico. Journal of Mental Health, 27(6) pp. 529–551.

Andreoni, Antonio; Chang, Ha-Joon; Konzelmann, Sue and Shipman, Alan (2018). Introducton to the Special Issue: Towards a production-centred agenda. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 42(6) pp. 1495–1504.

Ashman, Sam and Newman, Susan (2018). The Evolution of Manufacturing in the Gauteng City-Region: From De-Industrialization to Re-Industrialization? In: Cheruiyot, Koech ed. The Changing Space Economy of City-Regions: The Gauteng City-Region, South Africa. Urban Perspectives from the Global South. South Africa: Springer, pp. 131–156.

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).

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.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). Personal Finance in Context. In: de Henau, Jérôme and Lowe, Jonquil eds. Personal Finance. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 159–204.

Shipman, Alan; Turner, Bryan and Edmonds, June (2018). The New Power Elite: Inequality, Politics and Greed. Anthem Press.

Staritz, Cornelia; Newman, Susan; Tröster, Bernhard and Plank, Leonhard (2018). Financialization and Global Commodity Chains: Distributional Implications for Cotton in Sub-Saharan Africa. Development and Change, 49(3) pp. 815–842.

Szymborska, Hanna (2018). Financialisation And Economic Inequality In Latin America. In: Levy, Noemi and Bustamante, Jorge eds. Financialisation in Latin America: Challenges of the Export-Led Growth Model. Routledge Critical Studies in Finance and Stability. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 72–85.

Trigg, Andrew B and Araujo, Ricardo Azevedo (2018). A multi-sectoral approach to the Harrod foreign trade multiplier. European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, 15(1) pp. 91–104.

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

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Arita, Shawn; Beckman, Jayson and Mitchell, Lorraine (2017). Reducing Transatlantic Barriers on U.S.-EU Agri-food Trade: What Are the Possible Gains? Food Policy, 68 pp. 233–247.

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.

Newman, Susan (2017). Financialisation and the financial crisis the case of South Africa. New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy, 2017(65) pp. 10–14.

Pitts, Frederick Harry; Lombardozzi, Lorena and Warner, Neil (2017). Speenhamland, Automation and the Basic Income: A warning from history? Renewal, 25(3-4) pp. 145–155.

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.

Szymborska, Hanna K. (2017). Inequality in the twenty-first century – in need of a new theory? In: Gemzik-Salwach, Agata and Opolski, Krzysztof eds. Financialization and the Economy. Routledge Critical Studies in Finance and Stability. London: Routledge, pp. 137–149.

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Cozzi, Giovanni; Newman, Susan and Toporowski, Jan eds. (2016). Finance and industrial policy: Beyond financial regulation in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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

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.

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 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.

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.

Simonetti, Roberto; Clark, Norman and Wamae, Watu (2016). Pharmaceuticals in Kenya: The Evolution of Technological Capabilities. In: Mackintosh, Maureen; Banda, Geoffrey; Tibandebage, Paula and Wamae, Watu eds. Making Medicines in Africa: The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health. International Political Economy Series. Springer, pp. 25–44.

Szymborska, Hanna K. (2016). Luxemburg and the Balance of Power in the 21st Century. In: Dellheim, Judith and Wolff, Frieder Otto eds. Rosa Luxemburg: A Permanent Challenge for Political Economy. Luxemburg International Studies on Political Economy. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 169–183.

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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.

Azevedo Araujo, Ricardo and Trigg, Andrew B. (2015). A neo-Kaldorian approach to structural economic dynamics. Structural change and economic dynamics, 33 pp. 25–36.

Beckman, Jayson; Arita, Shawn; Mitchell, Lorraine and Burfisher, Mary (2015). Agriculture in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Tariffs, Tariff-Rate Quotas, and Non-Tariff Measures. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

Burfisher, Mary E.; Dyck, John; Meade, Birgit; Mitchell, Lorraine; Wainio, John; Zahniser, Steven; Arita, Shawn and Beckman, Jayson (2014). Agriculture in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.

Coates, Dermot Peter (2014). Housing, the Capabilities Approach and Life Satisfaction. PhD thesis The Open University.

Fernandez-Cornejo, Jorge; Wechsler, Seth; Livingston, Michael and Mitchell, Lorraine (2014). Genetically Engineered Crops in the United States. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.

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.

Szymborska, Hanna and Toporowski, Jan, eds. Rosa Luxemburg: Theory of Accumulation and Imperialism. By Tadeusz Kowalik (2014). London, Palgrave Macmillan (2014). Translated from Polish [polski]

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

Szymborska, Hanna and Toporowski, Jan (2014). 'Dr. Kalecki' on Mr Keynes. In: Toporowski, Jan and Mamica, Łukasz eds. Michał Kalecki in the 21st Century. Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought Series. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 108–115.

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

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2013). Systems of accumulation and the evolving South African MEC. In: Tavasci, D; Fine, B and Saraswati, J eds. Beyond the Developmental State: Industrial Policy into the Twenty-First Century. London: Pluto Press, pp. 245–267.

Assefa, Esubalew; Hermes, Niels and Meesters, Aljar (2013). Competition and the performance of microfinance institutions. Applied Financial Economics, 23(9) pp. 767–782.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

Newman, Susan (2012). Global commodity chains and global value chains. In: Fine, Ben; Saad-Fihlo, Alfredo and Boffo, Marco eds. The Elgar Companion to Marxist economics. Edward Elgar, pp. 155–161.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2011). Amnesty international? The Nature, Scale and Impact of Capital Flight from South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 37(1) pp. 7–25.

Ashman, Sam; Fine, Ben and Newman, Susan (2011). The crisis in South Africa: Neoliberalism, Financialization and Uneven and Combined Development. Socialist Register, 47 pp. 174–195.

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.

Bargawi, Hannah; Bova, Elva; Ferrarini, Benno and Newman, Susan (2011). Low-income countries and commodity price volatility. In: Cottier, T and Delimatsis, P eds. The Prospects of International Trade Regulation: From Fragmentation to Coherence. Cambridge University Press, pp. 452–482.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Newman, Susan (2010). Boom or bust: Coffee farmers seldom benefit. South African Labour Bulletin, 34(4)

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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). 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; 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.

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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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.

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