Robert, G., Harlock, J., and Williams, I. (2014) Disentangling rhetoric and reality: an international Delphi study of factors and processes that facilitate the successful implementation of decisions to decommission health care services, Implementation Science 9: 123. doi:10.1186/s13012-014-0123-y
Carmel, E. and Harlock, J. (2008) "Instituting the 'third sector' as a governable terrain: Partnership, Procurement and Performance in the UK", Policy and Politics 36 (1): 155-172.
Harlock, J. forthcoming "Understanding the state-third sector relationship in public service delivery: a Governance Analysis approach" in Carmel, E. (ed.) Governance Analysis: a new approach to public policy and politics, Palgrave Macmillan
Harlock, J. and Miller, R. forthcoming "From Development to Delivery: Personalisation and the Third Sector" in Rees, J. and Mullins, D. (eds.) The Third Sector in Public Service Delivery: New Opportunities and Enduring Challenges, Bristol: Policy Press.
Harlock, J. (2014) "Diversity and Ambiguity in the English Third Sector: Responding to Contracts and Competition in Public Service Delivery" in Brandsen, T., Trommel, W. and Verschuere, B. (eds.) Manufacturing Civil Society: Principles, Practices and Effects, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Publications developed for practitioners
Harlock, J. and Metcalf, L. (2016) "Measuring impact: Prospects and challenges for third sector organisations", Voluntary Sector Review 7 (1): 101-108.
Harlock, J. (2014) "From outcomes-based commissioning to social value? Implications for performance managing the third sector", Third Sector Research Centre Working Paper 123, Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
Harlock, J. (2013) "Impact measurement practice in the UK third sector: a review of emerging evidence", Third Sector Research Centre Working Paper 106, Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
Harlock, J. (2010) "Personalisation: emerging implications for the voluntary and community sector", Voluntary Sector Review 1 (3): 371-378
Harlock, J. (2009) Personalisation: From Rhetoric to Reality, London: National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO).