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Canning, Victoria and Tombs, Steve (2021). From Social Harm to Zemiology: A Critical Introduction. New Directions in Critical Criminology. London: Routledge.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2019). Toxic Capitalism: corporate crime and the chemical industry. London: Routledge.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2015). The Corporate Criminal. Why Corporations Must Be Abolished. Key Ideas in Criminology. Abingdon: Routledge.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2012). Bhopal: Flowers at the Altar of Profit and Power. North Somercotes: CrimeTalk Books.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Regulatory Surrender: Death, Injury and the Non-Enforcement of Law. London: Institute of Employment Rights.

Dorling, Danny; Gordon, Dave; Hillyard, Paddy; Pantazis, Christina; Pemberton, Simon and Tombs, Steve (2008). Criminal Obsessions: Why Harm Matters More Than Crime (2nd ed.). Harm and Society. London: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.

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Bittle, Steve; Snider, Laureen; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. (2018). Revisiting Crimes of the Powerful: Marxism, Crime and Deviance. London: Routledge.

Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. (2009). State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd..

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Tombs, Steve (2021). Social Justice and the Limits of Regulation; the Enduring Insights of Marx's Capital. In: Gordon, Faith and Newman, Daniel eds. Leading Works in Law and Social Justice. London: Routledge, pp. 110–122.

Tombs, Steve (2020). Making Local Regulation Better? Marketisation, Privatisation and the Erosion of Social Protection. In: Albertson, Kevin; Corcoran, Mary and Phillips, Jake eds. Marketisation and Privatisation in Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 293–308.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2020). Struggles Inside and Outside the University. In: Hart, E. L.; Greener, J. and Moth, R. eds. Resisting the Punitive State. London: Pluto Press, pp. 46–67.

Bittle, Steve; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2019). Corporate killing personified: twisting the corporate hand to fit inside the criminal glove. In: Tucker, Eric and Fudge, Judy eds. The Class Politics of Law: Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, pp. 114–134.

Tombs, Steve (2018). Framing the Crisis: Private Capital to the Rescue. In: Barton, Alana and Davies, Howard eds. Ignorance, Power and Harm: Agnotology and The Criminological Imagination. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 87–111.

Tombs, Steve (2018). For Pragmatism and Politics: Crime, Social Harm and Zemiology. In: Boukli, Avi (Paraskevi) and Kotzé, Justin eds. Zemiology: Reconnecting Crime and Social Harm. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 11–31.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Corporate Manslaughter. In: Cotreen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 28–29.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Financial Harm and Victimisation. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 80–81.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Social Harm. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 218–219.

Tombs, Steve (2016). State-Corporate Crime and Harm. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 224–225.

Tombs, Steve (2016). 'After' the Crisis: morality plays and the renewal of business as usual. In: Whyte, David and Wiegratz, Jorg eds. Neoliberalism and the Moral Economy of Fraud. London: Routledge, pp. 31–43.

Tombs, Steve (2014). Health and safety ‘crimes’ in Britain: the great disappearing act. In: Davies, Pamela; Francis, Peter and Wyatt, Tanya eds. Invisible Crimes and Social Harms. London: Palgrave, pp. 198–220.

Tombs, Steve (2013). Corporate crime. In: Hale, Chris; Hayward, Keith; Wahidin, Azrini and Wincup, Emma eds. Criminology (3rd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press., pp. 227–246.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). Reappraising regulation: the politics of “regulatory retreat” in the United Kingdom. In: Will, Susan; Handelman, Stephen and Brotherton, David C. eds. How They Got Away with It: White Collar Criminals and the Financial Meltdown. New York and Chichester: Columbia University Press, pp. 205–222.

Burdis, Kate and Tombs, Steve (2012). After the crisis: new directions in theorising corporate and white-collar crime. In: Hall, Steve and Winlow, Simon eds. New Directions in Criminological Theory. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 276–291.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2012). Reshaping health and safety enforcement: institutionalising impunity. In: Dickens, Linda ed. Making Employment Rights Effective: Issues of Enforcement and Compliance. Oxford: Hart, pp. 67–86.

Hillyard, Paddy and Tombs, Steve (2011). From 'crime' to social harm? In: Lynch, Michael J. and Stretesky, Paul B. eds. Radical and Marxist Theories of Crime. The Library of Essays in Theoretical Criminology. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 13–29.

Tombs, Steve (2011). State complicity in the production of corporate crime. In: Gobert, James and Pascal, Ana-Maria eds. European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability. Routledge Advances in Criminology. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 70–83.

Tombs, Steve (2010). Corporate violence and harm. In: Brookman, Fiona; Maguire, Mike; Pierpoint, Harriet and Bennett, Trevor eds. Handbook on Crime. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 884–903.

Tombs, Steve (2009). Corporate crime. In: Hale, Chris; Hayward, Keith; Wahidin, Azrini and Wincup, Emma eds. Criminology (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 301–322.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). Crime, harm and corporate power. In: Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece eds. Crime: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 137–172.

Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). Introduction: state, power, crime. In: Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 1–19.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). The state and corporate crime. In: Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications, pp. 103–115.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Hazards, law and class: contextualizing the regulation of corporate crime. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 3. Controlling Corporate Crime. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). US capital versus the Third World: Union Carbide and Bhopal. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 2. Corporate Crime: Cases and Explanations. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd..

Tombs, Steve (2009). Official statistics and hidden crimes: researching health and safety crimes. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 1. Issues of Definition, Construction and Research. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 281–296.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Ideology, hegemony and empiricism. In: Whyte, David ed. Crimes of the Powerful: a Reader. Readings in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 157–159.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Toxic capitalism: corporate crime and the chemical industry. In: Whyte, David ed. Crimes of the Powerful. A Reader. Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 93–98.

Tombs, Steve and Williams, Brian (2008). Corporate crime and its victims. In: Stout, Brian; Yates, Joe and Williams, Brian eds. Applied Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 170–185.

Sim, Joe and Tombs, Steve (2008). State talk, state silence: work and ‘violence’ in the UK. In: Panitch, Leo and Leys, Colin eds. Violence Today: Actually Existing Barbarism. Socialist Register 2009. London: The Merlin Press, pp. 88–104.

Tombs, Steve (2008). Corporations and health and safety. In: Minkes, John and Minkes, Leonard eds. Corporate and White-Collar Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 18–38.

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Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2020). The Shifting Imaginaries of Corporate Crime. Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime, 1(1) pp. 16–23.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2015). Counterblast: crime, harm and the state-corporate nexus. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 54(1) pp. 91–95.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2014). Toxic capital everywhere: mapping the co-ordinates of regulatory tolerance. Social Justice, 41(1/2) pp. 80–100.

James, Phil; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). An independent review of British health and safety regulation? From common sense to non-sense. Policy Studies, 34(1) pp. 36–52.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). The myths and realities of deterrence in workplace safety regulation. British Journal of Criminology, 53(5) pp. 746–763.

Pembertion, Simon; Tombs, Steve; Chan, Ming Ming Joiy and Seal, Lizzie (2012). Whistleblowing, organisational harm and the self-regulating organisation. Policy and Politics, 40(2) pp. 263–279.

Snell, Katy and Tombs, Steve (2011). ‘How do you get your voice heard when no-one will let you?’ Victimisation at work. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 11(3) pp. 207–223.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2011). Corporate or Criminal? The dangers of reducing corporate prosecutions. New Law Journal, 161(7449) pp. 81–84.

Evans, Rachel; Jamieson, Janet; O'Brien, Dave; Tombs, Steve and Yates, Joe (2010). Section 30 dispersal powers: emerging findings from Merseyside. Early Career Academics Network Bulletin(2) pp. 4–8.

Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2010). Reflections upon the limits of a concept: ‘victims’ and corporate crime. Journal International de Victimologie, Numéro spécial sur les victimes de crimes en col blanc (crimes économiques), 23(2)

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). A deadly consensus: worker safety and regulatory degradation under New Labour. British Journal of Criminology, 50(1) pp. 46–65.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Brown-nosing the rich. Criminal Justice Matters, 79(1) pp. 32–33.

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Tombs, Steve (2016). Regulating Business ‘After’ the Crisis: some observations from the UK. In: New challenges in criminology; can old theories be used to explain or understand new crimes?, NSfK’s 58. Research Seminar, Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi, Helsinki, pp. 19–37.

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Tombs, Steve (2016). ‘Better Regulation’: better for whom? Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, London.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Health and safety gone mad? Institute of Employment Rights, Liverpool.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2008). A crisis of enforcement: the decriminalisation of death and injury at work. Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, King's College London, London.

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