Publications

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Articles from TSRC authors, A-Z by first author surname: 

Alcock, P. (2010a) ‘A strategic unity: defining the third sector in the UK’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.1 (1).

Alcock, P. (2010b) ‘Building the Big Society: a new policy environment for the third sector in England’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.1 (3).

Alcock, P. (2012) ‘New policy spaces: the impact of devolution on third sector policy in the UK’, Social Policy and Administration, Vol.46 (2).

Alcock, P. and Kendall, J. (2011) 'Constituting the third sector: processes of decontestation and contention under the UK Labour Governments In England’, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-profit Organizations, Vol.22 (3).

Alcock, P., Kendall, J. and Parry, J. (2011) ‘From the third sector to the Big Society: consensus or contention in the 2010 UK General Election?’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.3 (3).  

Arvidson, M., Lyon, F., McKay, S., Domenico, M. (2013) ‘Valuing the social? The nature and controversies of measuring Social Return on Investment (SROI)’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (1).  

Bovaird, T. (2013) ‘Attributing outcomes to social policy interventions – ‘gold standard’ or ‘fool’s gold’ in public policy and management?’ Social Policy and Administration, Vol.47 (7).    

Bovaird, T. and Löeffler, E. (2009) ‘More quality through competitive quality awards? An impact assessment framework’, International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol.75 (3).

Bovaird, T. and Löeffler, E. (2012) ‘From engagement to co-production: the contribution of users and communities to outcomes and public value’, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-profit Organisations, Vol.23 (4).

Büchs, M. (2014) 'The role of environmental organisations in supporting carbon reduction: comparing direct and indirect involvement', Environmental Politics, published online 30 May 2014.

Buckingham, H. (2009) 'Competition and contracts in the voluntary sector: exploring the implications for homelessness service providers in Southampton’, Policy and Politics, Vol.37 (2). 

Buckingham, H. (2011) ‘Hybridity, diversity and the division of labour in the third sector: what can we learn from homelessness organisations in the UK?’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (3). 

Buckingham, H. (2012) ‘Capturing Diversity: a typology of third sector organisations’ responses to contracting based on empirical evidence from homelessness services’, Journal of Social Policy,Vol.41 (3). 

Buckingham, H., Pinch, S. and Sunley, P. (2012) ‘The enigmatic regional geography of social enterprise in the UK’, Area, Vol.44 (1). 

Clifford, D, Geyne-Rahme, F. and Mohan, J. (2012) ‘Variations between organisations and localities in government funding of third-sector activity: evidence from the national survey of third-sector organisations in England’, Urban Studies, Vol.50 (5).     

Clifford, D. (2012) ‘Voluntary sector organisations working at the neighbourhood level in England: patterns by local area deprivation’, Environment and Planning A, Vol.44 (2). 

Clifford, D. and Backus, P. (2012) ‘Are big charities becoming more dominant? Cross-sectional and longitudinal perspectives’, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, Vol.17 (3). 

Clifford, D., Geyne- Rajme, F., Smith, G., Edwards, R., Buchs, M and Saunders, C. (2013) ‘Mapping the environmental third sector in England: a distinctive field of activity’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (2). 

Crisp, R., Macmillan, R., Robinson, D. and Wells, P. (2009) ‘Continuity or change: considering the policy implications of a Conservative government’, People, Place and Policy Online, Vol.3 (1). 

Dey, P. and Teasdale, S. (2013) ‘Social enterprise and dis/identification: the politics of identity work in the English third sector’, Administrative Theory and Praxis, Vol.35 (2).  

Dickinson, H. and Miller, R. (2011) ‘GP commissioning: implications for the third sector’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (2). 

Dickinson, H. and Neal, C. (2011) ‘Single point of access to third sector services: the Conwy collaborative approach’, Journal of Integrated Care, Vol.19 (2).     

Doherty, B., Haugh, H. and Lyon, F. (2014) 'Social Enterprises as Hybrid Organizations: A Review and Research Agenda', International Journal of Management Reviews, Open Access, Early View (online version published before inclusion in an issue).

Downe, J., Martin, S. and Bovaird, T. (2012) ‘Learning from complex policy evaluation’, Policy and Politics, Vol.40 (4). 

Edwards, R., Smith, G., Buchs, M. (2013), ‘Environmental Management Systems and the third sector: Exploring the implications of weak adoption in the UK’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol.31 (1).  

Goodson, L. and Phillimore, J. (2010) ‘A community research methodology: working with new migrants to develop a policy related evidence base’, Social Policy and Society, Vol. 9 (4).  

Hall, K., Alcock, P. and Millar, R. (2012) ‘Start up and sustainability: marketisation and the Social Enterprise Investment Fund in England’, Journal of Social Policy, Vol.41 (4). 

Kamerāde, D. and Ellis Paine, A (2014) 'Volunteering and employability: implications for policy and practice', Voluntary Sector Review, Volume 5, Number 2, July 2014, pp. 259-273(15).

Kendall, J. (2010a) ‘Bringing ideology back in: the erosion of political innocence in English third sector policy’, Journal of Political Ideologies, Vol.15 (3). 

Kendall, J. (2010b) ‘The limits and possibilities of third sector Europeanisation’, Journal of Civil Society, Vol.6 (1). 

Kendall, J. and Deakin, N. (2010) ‘Editorial: political ideologies and the third sector’, Journal of Political Ideologies, Vol.15 (3). 

Lindsey, R. (2013) ‘Exploring local hotspots and deserts: investigating the local distribution of charitable resources’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (1).   

Lyon, F. (2012) ‘Gender balance in the governance of social enterprise’, Local Economy, Vol.27 (8). 

Lyon, F. and Fernandez, H. (2012) ‘Strategies for scaling up social enterprise: lessons from early year’s providers’, Social Enterprise Journal, Vol.8 (1).   

Lyon, F. and Sepulveda. (2009) ‘Mapping social enterprises: past approaches, challenges and future directions’, Social Enterprise Journal, Vol.5 (1).  

Macmillan, R. (2009) ‘Continuity and change: considering the policy implications of a Conservative government’, People, Place and Policy, Vol.3 (1).  

Macmillan, R. (2011a) ‘Supporting' the voluntary sector in an age of austerity: the UK coalition government's consultation on improving support for frontline civil society organisations in England’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (1). 

Macmillan, R. (2011b) ‘The Big Society and participation failure’, People, Place and Policy, Vol.5 (2). 

Macmillan, R. (2013a) ‘Distinction' in the third sector’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (1). 

Macmillan, R. (2013b) ‘De-coupling the state and the third sector? The ‘Big Society’ as a spontaneous order’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (2)    

Macmillan, R. (2013c) ‘Demand-led capacity building, the Big Lottery Fund and market-making in third sector support services’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (3). 

McCabe, A. and Davis, A. (2012) ‘Community development as mental health promotion: principles, practice and outcomes’, Community Development Journal, Vol.47 (4). 

McCulloch, A., Mohan, J. and Smith, P.(2012) ‘Patterns of social capital, voluntary activity, and area deprivation in England’, Environment and Planning A, Vol.44 (5).   

Millar, R., Hall, K. and Millar, R. (2012) ‘Right to request social enterprises: a welcome addition to third sector delivery of `English healthcare?’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (2). 

Mills, A., Gojkovic, D., Meek, R., Mullins, D. (2013) ‘Housing ex-prisoners: the role of the third sector’, Safer Communities, Vol.12 (1).  

Mills, A., Meek, R. and Gojkovic, D. (2011) ‘Exploring the relationship between the voluntary sector and the state in criminal justice’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (2). 

Minora, F., Teasdale, S, Mullins, D. and Jones, P. (2013) ‘Governing for Habitability. Self-organised communities in England and Italy’, International Journal of Co-operative Management.Vol.2 (1). 

Mohan, J. (2012a) ‘Geographical foundations of the “big society”', Environment and Planning A, Vol.44 (5). 

Mohan, J. (2012b) ‘Entering the lists: what can we learn about the voluntary sector in England from listings produced by local infrastructure bodies?’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.3 (2). 

Moore, T. and Mullins, D. (2013) ‘Scaling-up or going viral? Comparing self-help housing and community land trust facilitation’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.4 (3). 

Mullins, D. (2009a) ‘The Impact of Direct Public Funding for Private Developers on Non-Profit Housing Networks in England: Exploring a Research Agenda’, European Journal of Housing Policy, Vol.9 (2).  

Mullins, D. and van Bortel, G. (2010) ‘Neighbourhood regeneration and place leadership: lessons from Groningen and Birmingham’, Policy Studies, Vol.31 (4).  

Mullins, D. and Walker, B. (2009) ‘The impact of direct public funding for private developers on non-profit housing networks in England: exploring a research agenda’, European Journal of Housing Policy, Vol.9 (2).  

Mullins, D.(2009b) ‘Market Concepts, Co-ordination Mechanisms and New Actors in Social Housing’, International Journal of Housing Policy, Vol.9 (2). 

Mullins, D., Czischke, D. and Gruis, V. (2012) ‘Conceptualizing social enterprise in housing organisations’, Housing Studies, Vol.27 (4).     

Mullins, D., Czischke, D. and Van Bortel, G. (2012) ‘Exploring the meaning of hybridity and social enterprise in housing organisations’, Housing Studies, Vol. 27 (4).  

Mullins, D., Rees, J., Meek, R. (2012) ‘Open public services and the third sector-what's the evidence?’ Research in Public Policy, Vol.1 (13).  

Murdock, A., Wilding, K. and Sharrif, R. (2013) ‘Knowledge Exchange between academia and the third sector’, Evidence and Policy, Vol.9 (3).  

Phillimore, J. (2010a) ‘Implementing integration in the UK: lessons for integration theory, policy and practice’, Policy and Politics, Vol.40 (41).  

Phillimore, J. (2011b) ‘Refugees, acculturation strategies, stress and integration’, Journal of Social Policy, Vol.40 (3). 

Phillimore, J. (2013) ‘Housing, home and neighbourhood renewal in the era of superdiversity: some lessons from the West Midlands’, Housing Studies, Vol.28 (5).

Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (2010) ‘Failing to adapt: institutional barriers to RCOs engagement in transformation of social welfare’, Social Policy and Society, Vol.9 (2). 

Rees, J. (2014) 'Public sector commissioning and the third sector: Old wine in new bottles?',Public Policy and Administration, January 2014 vol. 29 no. 1 45-63.

Rhodes, M. L. and Mullins, D. (2009) ‘Market concepts, co-ordination mechanisms and new actors in social housing’, European Journal of Housing Policy, Vol.9 (2).  

Scott, D. and Teasdale, S. (2012) ‘Whose failure? Learning from the collapse of a social enterprise in Steeltown’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.3 (2).   

Sepulveda, L. (2012) ‘Social enterprise and ethnic minorities: exploring the consequences of the evolving British policy agenda’, Environment and Planning C, Vol.31 (4). 

Sepulveda, L., Syrett, S. and Lyon, F. (2011) ‘Population superdiversity and new migrant enterprise: the case of London’, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Vol.23 (7-8). 

Smith, G. and Teasdale, S. (2012) ‘Associative democracy and the social economy: exploring the regulatory challenge’, Economy and Society, Vol.41 (2). 

Soteri-Proctor, A. and Alcock, P. (2012) ‘Micro-Mapping: what lies beneath the third sector radar?' Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.3 (3).  

Sunley, P. and Pinch, S. (2012) ‘Financing social enterprise: social bricolage or evolutionary entrepreneurialism?’ Policy and Politics, Vol.8 (2).

Syrett, S. and Sepulveda, L. (2011) ‘Realising the diversity dividend: population diversity and urban economic development’, Environment and Planning A, Vol.43 (2). 

Teasdale, S. (2010a) ‘How can social enterprise address disadvantage? Evidence from an inner city community’, Journal of Non-profit & Public Sector Marketing, Vol. 22 (2).  

Teasdale, S. (2010b) ‘Explaining the multifaceted nature of social enterprise: impression management as (social) entrepreneurial behaviour’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.1 (3).  

Teasdale, S. (2010c) ‘Models of social enterprise in the homelessness field’, Social Enterprise Journal, Vol.6 (1).  

Teasdale, S. (2011) ‘What's in a name? Making sense of social enterprise discourses’, Public Policy and Administration, Vol.27 (1). 

Teasdale, S. (2012a) ‘Critical perspectives on social enterprise’, Social Enterprise Journal, Vol.8 (2). 

Teasdale, S. (2012b) ‘Negotiating tensions: How do social enterprises balance social and commercial considerations?’, Housing Studies, Vol.27 (4). 

Teasdale, S. (2013) ‘Oil and water rarely mix: Exploring the relative stability of Non-profit revenue mixes over time’, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, Vol.4 (1). 

Teasdale, S., Alcock, P. and Smith, G. (2012) ‘Legislating for a Big Society? The case of the Public Services (Social Enterprise and Social Value) Bill’, Public Money and Management, Vol.32 (3).  

Teasdale, S., Lyon, F. and Baldock, R. (2013) ‘Playing with Numbers: A methodological critique of the social enterprise growth myth’, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, Vol.2 (1). 

Teasdale, S., McKay, S., Phillimore, J. and Teasdale, N. (2011) ‘Exploring gender and social entrepreneurship: women’s leadership, employment and participation in the third sector and social enterprises’, Voluntary Sector Review, Vol.2 (1).  

Van Bortel, G. and Mullins, D. (2009) ‘Critical perspectives on network governance in urban regeneration, community involvement and integration’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Vol.24 (2).  

Van Bortel, G., Mullins, D. and Gruis, V. (2010) ''Change for the better?’ – Making sense of housing association mergers in the Netherlands and England’, Journal of Housing and the Built environment, Vol.25 (3).  

Van Bortel, G., Mullins, D. and Rhodes, M. (2009) ‘Exploring network governance in urban regeneration, community involvement and integration’, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Vol.24 (2).