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Budd, Leslie; Grimsley, Mike; Horrocks, Ivan; Meehan, Anthony; Minocha, Shailey and Walker, Steve (2012). eGovernment for You: Impact Evaluation Framework. The Open University. file

Budd, Leslie; Grimsley, Mike; Horrocks, Ivan; Meehan , Anthony; Minocha, Shailey and Walker, Steve (2012). eGovernment for You: Work Package 7: Impact Evaluation: Training and Support Materials, Schedules and Methods. The Open University. file

Budd, Les and Horrocks, Ivan (2011). Multi-channel governance and electronic democracy. In: Regional Studies Association Winter Conference 2011: Contested Regions: Territorial Politics and Policy, 25 November 2011, London, UK. file

Bellamy, Christine; Horrocks, Ivan and Webb, Jeff (1995). Exchanging information with the public: From one-stop shops to community information systems. Local Government Studies, 21(1) pp. 11–30.

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Horrocks, Ivan (2014). Developing a capstone research module for multiple masters qualifications at the Open University (UK): the case of T847. In: ECRM 2014 13th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management, 16-17 June 2014, London, UK, Academic Conferences and Publishing Limited, pp. 177–184.

Horrocks, Ivan (2013). Government for you (EGOV4U): a realist evaluation of "success" and "failure". In: 16th International Association for Critical Realism Conference, 28-30 July 2013, Nottingham, UK, International Association for Critical Realism/Nottingham University Business School, pp. 91–108. file

Horrocks, Ivan (2010). Analysing decision-making and policy outcomes in government: a critical realist perspective. In: Critcial Realism in Action, 18 Jun 2010, Leeds University Business School. file

Horrocks, Ivan (2009). Experts and e-government: Power, influence and the capture of a policy domain in the UK. Information, Communication and Society, 12(1) pp. 110–127.

Horrocks, Ivan (2009). Applying the morphogenetic approach: outcomes and issues from a case study of information systems development and organisational change in British local government. Journal of Critical Realism, 8(1) pp. 35–62. file

Horrocks, Ivan (2008). From Revolving Doors to Capture and Control: a critique of the "commercialisation" of the Whitehall policy process. In: International Association for Critical Realism Annual Conference 2008, 11th - 13th July 2008, Kings College, London.

Horrocks, Ivan (2008). Digital democracy: a critique. In: Grounds for critique: realism in the natural and human sciences, IACR Annual Conference, 11th - 13th July 2008, Kings College, London.

Horrocks, Ivan (2008). Revolution, transformation and reinvention: questioning the 'inevitability' of e-government. In: Against the Flow: realism and critiques of contemporary thought, 5th April 2008, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAC), London.

Horrocks, Ivan (2008). Change and Reality: Exploring the Structure-Culture-Agency Dynamic. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag.

Horrocks, Ivan (2007). In search of the real: evaluating the application of the morphogenetic approach to a longutudinal case study of organisational change. In: The 2007 annual conference of the International Association for Critical Realism, 17-19 August 2007, Philadelphia, USA.

Horrocks, Ivan (2006). The Internet: managed technology = managed democracy. In: The Internet: Power and Governance in a Digitised World, 6 December 2006, Oxford, UK.

Horrocks, Ivan (2001). Security training: education for an emerging profession? Computers & Security, 20(3) pp. 219–226.

Horrocks, Ivan and Hambley, Neil (1998). The 'Webbing' of British Local Government. Public Money and Management, 18(2) pp. 39–44.

Horrocks, Ivan and Bellamy, Christine (1997). Telematics and community governance: Issues for policy and practice. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 10(5) pp. 377–387.

Horrocks, Ivan (1997). Community Information Systems and Process Reengineering: evidence from a case study. In: Snellen, I.Th.M; Taylor, J.A. and Zuurmond, A eds. Beyond BPR in Public Administration. Informatization Developments and the Public Sector (5). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

Horrocks, Ivan and Zouridis, Stavros (1996). Electronic Public Information Systems: designations on an information superhighway? In: Bekkers, V.J.; Koops, B-J and Nouwt, S eds. Emerging Electronic Highways: new challenges for politics and law. Law and Electronic Commerce. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, pp. 55–70.

Horrocks, Ivan and Pratchett, Lawrence (1995). Electronic democracy: Themes and issues. In: Lovenduski, J. and Stanyer, J. eds. Contemporary Political Studies 1995: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association of the UK, Volume 3. Belfast: Political Studies Association, pp. 1218–1226.

Horrocks, Ivan and Webb, Jeff (1994). Electronic democracy: A policy issue for UK local government? Local Government Policy Making, 21(3) pp. 22–30.

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Wring, Dominic and Horrocks, Ivan (2001). Virtual hype? New media and the transformation of political parties and party systems. In: Axford, Barrie and Huggins, Richard eds. New Media and Politics. London, UK: Sage, pp. 191–209.

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