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Appleyard, L (2012) 'Review article: Household finances under pressure: what is the role of social policy?', Social Policy and Society, 11(1) 131-140.
Appleyard, L and Rowlingson, K (2012) 'Children and financial education: challenges for developing financial capability in the classroom'. Social Policy and Society, doi: 10:1017/S1474746412000644.
Hall, S. and Appleyard, L. (2012) ‘Financial Business Education and the Remaking of Gendered Investment Banking Subjects in the (Post-crisis) City of London’. Journal of Cultural Economy, 5 (4) 457-472.
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Hall, S. and Appleyard, L. (2011), 'Trans-local academic credentials and the (re)production of financial elites'. Globalisation, Societies and Education. Special Issue: International/Transnational Spaces of Education, 9(2) 247-264.
Appleyard, L. (2011), 'Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs): Geographies of Financial Inclusion in the US and the UK'. Geoforum, 42(2) 250-258.
Hall, S. and Appleyard, L. (2011), 'Commoditising learning: cultural economy and the growth of for-profit business education service firms in London'. Environment and Planning A 43(1) 10-27.
Appleyard, L. and Rowlingson, K. (2010), Home ownership and the distribution of personal wealth: A review of the evidence. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Housing Market Taskforce.
Hall, S. and Appleyard, L. (2009) 'City of London, City of Learning?' Placing business education within the geographies of finance'. Journal of Economic Geography, 9(5) 597-617 doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbp026
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