Ahmed, A. and Hall, K. (2016) Negotiating the Challenges of Ageing as a British Migrant in Spain, GeroPsych, 29, pp. 105-114.
Hall, K. and Hardill, I. (2016) Retirement migration, the 'other' story: caring for frail elderly British citizens in Spain, Ageing and Society, 36(3), pp. 562-585.
Giner, J., Hall, K. and Betty, C. (2016) Back to Brit: retired British migrants returning from Spain, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(5), pp. 797-815.
Hall, K., Miller, R. and Millar, R. (2016) Public, Private or Neither? Analysing the Publicness of Healthcare Social Enterprises, Public Management Review, 18(4), pp. 539-557.
Hall, K., Needham, C. and Allen, K. (2015) Micro-Enterprise: Can Social Innovation Transform Social Care? Salute e Società, 18, pp. 51-68.
Littlechild, R., Tanner, D. and Hall, K. (2015) Co-research with older people: perspectives on impact, Qualitative Social Work, 14 (1), pp. 18-35.
Hazenberg, R. and Hall, K. (2014) Public service mutuals: towards a theoretical understanding of the spin-out process, Policy and Politics, DOI 10.1332/147084414X13988685244243.
Millar, R. and Hall, K. (2013) Social Return on Investment (SROI) and Performance Measurement: The Opportunities and Barriers for Social Enterprises in Health and Social Care, Public Management Review, 15(6), pp. 923-942.
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, 41(4), pp. 733-749.
Millar, R., Hall, K. and Miller, R (2012) A Story of Strategic Change: Becoming a Social Enterprise in English Health and Social Care, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4(1), p. 4-22.
Miller, 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, 3(2), pp. 275-285.
Miller, R., Millar, R. and Hall, K. (2012) Spin-Outs and Social Enterprise: The ‘Right to Request’ Programme for Health and Social Care Services, Public Money & Management, 32(3), pp. 233-236.
Hall, K., Miller, R. and Millar, R. (2012) Jumped or Pushed: What Motivates NHS Staff to Set up a Social Enterprise? Social Enterprise Journal, 8(1), pp. 49-62.
Hall. K. (2008) ‘The Challenges of Retiring Abroad: A Case of Older British Migrants’, Regions, 271, Autumn.
Needham, C., Allen, K. and Hall, K. (2016) Micro-enterprise and personalisation: What size is good care? Bristol: Policy Press.
Hall, K., Giner, J. and Betty, C. (2017 forthcoming) To stay or to go? The motivations and experiences of older British returnees from Spain in Vathi, Z. and King, R. Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing, Routledge.
Hall, K. (2016) Retirement Migration and Health: Growing Old in Spain, in F. Thomas (ed.), Handbook of Migration and Health, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Betty, C. and Kall, K. (2015)The Myth of No Return? Why Retired British Migrants in Spain Return to the UK, in K. Torkington, I. David and J. Sardinha, Practising the Good Life Lifestyle Migration in Practices, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hall, K. and Arvidson, M. (2013) How do we know if Social Enterprise Works? Tools for Assessing Social Enterprise Performance, in Denny, S and Seddon, F. (eds.) Social Enterprise: Accountability and Evaluation around the World, Routledge.