Pemberton, S. and Scullion, L. (2012) “The policies and politics of managed migration: Exploring mature labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, forthcoming, late 2012).
Shaw, D., Pemberton, S. and Nurse, A. (2012) “Creating Sustainable Communities: A Trans-Atlantic perspective” in Community Liveability, Eds F Wagner and R Caves, Routledge, London (forthcoming, early 2012).
Pemberton, S. (2011) “Rethinking Urban Regeneration? Insights into the future through use of the Strategic-Relational Approach”, International Journal for Public Sector Management, forthcoming December 2011.
Pemberton, S. and Scullion, L. (2011) “Remittances and evolving migration flows from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) to the UK: the impact of the global financial crisis and beyond”, Eds I Sirkeci, JH Cohen and D Ratha, Global Migration and Remittances during the Financial Crisis and Beyond, World Bank, New York (forthcoming August 2011).
Pemberton, S. (2011) “Entrepreneurship, Social Exclusion and Regeneration policy: moving beyond social enterprise?” in Enterprise, deprivation and social exclusion: the role of small business in addressing social and economic inequalities, Ed. A. Southern, Routledge, London.
Pemberton, S. and Lloyd, M.G. (2011) “Facilitating institutional reform in the UK: Reconciling City-regions and community planning for efficiency gains?”, European Planning Studies, 19 (2), February 2011.
Pemberton, S. and Scullion, L. (2011) “The economic and social impact of the migrant cap on non-EU workers”, Final report to Migrant Workers North West, Salford Housing and Urban Studies Unit (SHUSU), University of Salford.
Pemberton, S. and Nurse, A. (2010) “Local Area Agreements as a tool for addressing deprivation within UK cities”, Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 4 (2), pp.158-167.
Pemberton, S. and Stevens, C. (2010) “The recruitment and retention of A8 migrant workers in the United Kingdom: Challenging conventional wisdoms and implications for government policy”, Regional Studies, 44 (9), pp.1289-1300.
Pemberton, S. and Goodwin, M. (2010) “State power, local government reorganisation and accumulation and hegemony in the countryside”, Journal of Rural Studies, 26, (3), pp.272-283.
Pemberton, S. and Winstanley, R. (2010) “Strategic partnerships, regeneration management and delivering local added value?”, Urban Regeneration and Practice, 3 (1), pp.26-39.
Pemberton, S. (2009) “Economic migration from the EU ‘A8’ accession countries and the impact on low demand housing areas: opportunity or threat for Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder programmes in England?”, Urban Studies, 46 (7), pp.1363-1384.
Pemberton, S. (2008) “Tackling the NEET generation and the ability of policy to generate a ‘NEET’ solution – evidence from the UK”, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26 (1), pp.243-259.
Pemberton, S. and Lloyd, M.G. (2008) “Devolution, community planning and institutional de-congestion?”, Local Government Studies, 34 (4), pp.437-451.
Pemberton, S. (2008) “Social Inclusion and the ‘Get Heard’ process: implications for the horizontal and vertical integration of governance and policy in the UK”, Public Policy and Administration, 23 (2), pp.127-143.
Pemberton, S. (2008) “Supporting economic migrants in the North West of England: implications for economic and social policy and issues of service delivery”, Public Policy and Administration, 23 (1), pp.81-100.
Pemberton, S. and Mason, J. (2008) “Co-production and Sure Start Children’s Centres: reflecting upon users perspectives and implications for service planning, delivery and evaluation”, Social Policy and Society, 8 (1), pp.13-24.
Batey, P.J., Brown, P. and Pemberton, S. (2008) “Methods for the spatial targeting of urban policy in the UK: a comparative analysis”, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 1 (2).
Pemberton, S. (2007) “Skills training for regeneration ‘recipients”, Journal of Public Money and Management, 27, pp.181-188.
Pemberton, S. and Mason, J. (2007) “Uncovering the ‘invisible’ minority: Irish communities, economic inactivity and welfare policy in the United Kingdom”, European Planning Studies, 15(10), pp.1439-1459.
Pemberton, S. (2006) “Skills to Deliver Regeneration: Building and Releasing Capacity in the Context of Egan: Evidence from Merseyside, Planning Practice and Research, 21 (2), pp.267-279.
Pemberton, S., Alty, C., Boylan, R. and Stevens, C. (2006) “Regeneration for all? Measuring and enhancing levels of Black and Other Racial Minorities economic activity”, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 26, pp.229-244., 26, pp.229-244.
Edwards, W.J., Goodwin, M., Pemberton, S. and Woods, M. (2001) “Partnership, power, and scale in rural governance”, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19, pp.289-310.
Edwards, W.J., Goodwin, M. Pemberton, S. and Woods, M. (2000) Partnership working in rural regeneration – Governance and empowerment?, The Policy Press, Bristol. ISBN 86134-2748, 54pp.
Pemberton, S. (2000) “Institutional governance, scale and transport policy - lessons from Tyne and Wear”, Journal of Transport Geography, 8, pp.295-308.
Pemberton, S. (2000) “The 1996 Reorganization of Local Government in Wales: Issues, Process and Uneven Outcomes”, Contemporary Wales, 12(5), pp.77-106