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Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2013). Towards an understanding of how policy making groups use indicators. Ecological Indicators, 35 pp. 13–23.

Bell, Simon; Correa Peña, Ana and Prem, Marko (2013). Imagine coastal sustainability. Ocean and Coastal Management, 83 pp. 39–51.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2013). Rich pictures: a means to explore the ‘sustainable mind’? Sustainable Development, 21(1) pp. 30–47. file

Bell, Simon (2012). DPSIR = A problem structuring method? An exploration from the “Imagine” approach. European Journal of Operational Research, 222(2) pp. 350–360. file

Bell, Simon (2012). John Naughton Technology Systemisist: Observations on a new book from the Networker. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 25(3) pp. 301–304. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2012). How people use Rich Pictures. In: Open University Colloquium. Pictures to Help People Think and Act., 07 March 2012, Open University, Milton Keynes. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2012). Resilient Participation: Saving the Human Project. London: Earthscan.

Bell, Simon; Morse, Stephen and Shah, Rupesh (2012). Understanding stakeholder participation as part of sustainable development. Journal of Environmental Management, 101(1) pp. 13–22. file

Bell, Simon and Farren Bradley, Judi (2012). London's Olympic legacy and the Imagine methodology. Local Economy, 27(1) pp. 68–77. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2012). Groups and facilitators within problem structuring processes. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64(7) pp. 959–972.

Bell, Simon and Flood, Robert L. (2011). Fair and open approach to academic publishing (Editorial). Systemic Practice and Action Research, 24(6) pp. 499–503. file

Bell, Simon (2011). From sustainable community to Big Society: ten years learning with the Imagine approach. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 20(3) pp. 247–267.

Bell, Simon (2011). From sustainable community to Big Society: 10 years learning with the Imagine approach. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 20(3) pp. 247–267.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2011). Being, engaging, contextualizing and managing matrix — a means for nonspecialists to assess group dynamics? Systems Research and Behavioural Science , 28(4) pp. 319–339. file

Bell, Simon and Walker, Steve (2011). Futurescaping infinite bandwidth, zero latency. Futures, 43(5) pp. 525–539. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2011). Groups and indicators in post-industrial society. Sustainable Development (In press). file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2011). An analysis of the factors influencing the use of indicators in the European Union. Local Environment, 16(3) pp. 281–302. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2010). Triple Task method: systemic, reflective action research. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 23(6) pp. 443–452. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2010). Learning from all sides: Triple Task as a new approach to problem solving. In: Conference of the Operational Research Society (OR52), 07-09 Sep 2010, London, UK. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2010). Triple Task and the Philosophers Stone: discovering a methodology for systemic and reflective participation. In: the 54th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, 18-23 Jul 2010, Waterloo, ON, Canada. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2010). Rich Pictures: a means to explore the 'Sustainable Group Mind'. In: The 16th annual international sustainable development research conference, 30 May - 01 Jun 2010, Hong Kong, China. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2010). The role of Sustainability Indicators within evidence-based policy for sustainable development in the European Union. In: The 16th annual international sustainable development research conference, 30 May - 01 Jun 2010, Hong Kong, China. file

Bell, Simon and Lane, Amanda (2009). Creating sustainable communities - A means to enhance social mobility? Local Economy, 24(8) pp. 646–657. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2009). Participatory visioning of indicator use. In: 15th International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 5 - 7 July 2009, Utrecht, Netherlands. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2008). Sustainability Indicators: Measuring the immeasurable (2nd ed). London: Earthscan.

Bell, Simon (2008). Systemic approaches to managing across the gap in the Public Sector: results of an action research programme. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 21(3) pp. 227–240. file

Bell, S. and Morse, S. (2007). Problem structuring methods: theorizing the benefits of deconstructing sustainable development projects. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 58(5) pp. 576–587.

Bell, Simon and Wood-Harper, A.T. (2007). Applying the multiview analysis and design methodology in a non-governmental organisation in Bangladesh. Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 10(2) pp. 7–33.

Bell, Simon and Wood-Harper, A. T. (2007). Applying the multiview analysis and design methodology in a non governmental organisation in Bangladesh. Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 10(2) pp. 7–33. file

Bell, Simon and Wood-Harper, Trevor (2007). Story telling in Action Research projects: Malta, Bangladesh, Lebanon and Slovenia. In: Kock, Ned ed. Information Systems Action Research: Bridging the Industry-University Technology Gap. New York: Springer, pp. 161–192.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2007). Story telling in sustainable development projects. Sustainable Development, 15(2) pp. 97–110. file

Bell, Simon and Christina, Ann (2006). Applying Systemic Project Management Approaches for the UK National Health Service. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 19(1) pp. 27–43. file

Bell, Simon and Coudert, Elisabeth (2005). A practitioner's guide to 'Imagine', the systemic and prospective sustainability analysis. Blue Plan Papers (3). Valbonne, France: UNEP. file

Bell, Simon (2005). Editorial. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 18(4) pp. 335–337. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2005). Holism and understanding sustainability. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 18(4) pp. 409–426. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2005). Delivering sustainability therapy in sustainable development projects. Journal of Environmental Management, 75(1) pp. 37–51. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2005). Sustainable development projects: explicit and acroamatic story telling as part of a new ‘project ethnography’. In: 11th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 2005, Helsinki, Finland. file

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2004). Experiences with sustainability indicators and stakeholder participation: a case study relating to a 'Blue Plan' project in Malta. Sustainable Development, 12(1) pp. 1–14.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2004). Delivering sustainability therapy in a projectified world. In: Proceedings International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 2004, Manchester, UK. file

Bell, Simon and Wood-Harper, Trevor (2003). How to set up and run information systems: a non-specialist's guide. 2nd edition. London, UK: Earthscan.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2003). Measuring sustainability: learning by doing. London, UK: Earthscan.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2003). Learning from experience in sustainability. In: Proceedings International Sustainable Development Research Conference 2003 (Proceedings of), 24-25 March 2003, Nottingham, UK. file

Bell, Simon (2002). Surfing the Third Wave: Experiential Reflections on New Working Practices. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 15(1) 67 -82. file

Bell, Simon (2001). Special Issue Editorial: Reflections on Systems Thinking and Systems Practice at the UK Open University. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 14(6) pp. 661–667.

Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2001). Breaking through the glass ceiling: Who really cares about Sustainability Indicators? Local Environment, 6(3) pp. 291–309.

Bell, Simon and Lane, Andrew (1998). From teaching to learning: technological potential and sustainable, supported open learning. Systems Practice and Action Research, 11(6) pp. 629–650. file

Bell, Simon and Lane, Andrew (1997). A Systems view of teaching and learning: technological potential and sustainable, supported open learning. In: 5th International of the UK Systems Society - Systems for sustainability: people, organisations and environments, July 7-11, 1997, Milton Keynes, pp. 171–176. file

Bell, Simon (1996). Learning with Information Systems: Learning cycles and information systems development. London: Routledge.

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Cassar, Louis F.; Conrad, Elisabeth; Bell, Simon and Morse, Stephen (2013). Assessing the use and influence of sustainability indicators at the European periphery. Ecological Indicators, 35 pp. 52–61.

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Mahroum, Sami; Bell, Simon and Yassin, Nasser (2013). Innovation in Multi-stakeholder Engagemnet. INSEAD. file

Morse, Stephen and Bell, Simon (2011). Sustainable development indicators: the tyranny of methodology revisited. Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development, 6(1) pp. 222–239. file

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Powles, Anna; Morse, Stephen and Bell, Simon (2009). Behavioural dimensions of participation: Envisioning institutional sustainable development. In: International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 5 - 8 July 2009, Utrecht, Netherlands. file

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Walker, Steve; Bell, Simon; Jackson, Adrian and Heery, Daniel (2012). Imagine real avatars and flying shepherds: involvement and engagement in innovative ICT. In: 12th Participatory Design Conference, 14-16 Aug 2012, Roskilde, Denmark. file

Walker, Steve; Bell, Simon; Fensom, Shaun and Straughan, Keith (2011). The ‘Infinite Bandwidth, Zero Latency’ Project: inventing a digital future. In: IADIS International Conference: ICT, Society and Human Beings , 24-26 July 2011, Rome. file

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