Brennan, D. Canning, L. McDowell, R. (2010) Business-to-Business Marketing, Sage Publications. 2nd ed.
Chapters in edited book series
Canning L.E. Szmigin I.T. (2011) "How should we dispose of the dead? Addressing the environmental issues." in Polonsky, M. Taghian, M. D'Souza, C. (Eds) Readings and Cases in Sustainability and Marketing: A Strategic Approach to Social Responsibility. Tilde University Press.
Canning, L.E. Hanmer-Lloyd, S. (2002) Environmental adaptation in supplier customer-relationships. In de Bruijn T.J.N.M,Tukker, A. (eds) Partnership and Leadership – Building Alliances for a Sustainable Future. Kluwer Publishing.
Refereed journal articles
Leek, S.H Canning L.E. (2011) "Entering and developing a service network", Journal of Services Marketing, 21, 1: 58-67.
Canning, L.E. Szmigin, I.T. (2010) “Death and disposal, the universal environmental dilemma”, Journal of Marketing Management. 11/12: 1129-1142.
Brennan, D. Canning, L. McDowell, R. (2007) “Price-setting in business-to-business markets”, Marketing Review, 7, 3: 207-234.
Canning, L.E. Hanmer-Lloyd, S. (2007) “Trust in buyer-seller relationships: the challenge of environmental (green) adaptation”, European Journal of Marketing, 41, 9/10: 1073-1095.
Canning, L.E. (2006) “Rethinking market connections: mobile phone recovery, reuse and recycling in the UK”, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 21, 5: 320-329.
Szmigin, I.T. Canning, L.E. Reppel, A. (2005) “Online community: enhancing the relationship marketing concept through customer bonding”, International Journal of Service Industr yManagement, 16, 5: 48-496.
Brennan, R. Canning, L.E. (2002) “Adaptation processes insupplier-customer relationships”, Journal of Customer Behaviour, 1, 2:117-144.
Canning, L.E. Hanmer-Lloyd, S. (2002) “Modelling theadaptation process in interactive business relationships”, Journal ofBusiness and Industrial Marketing, 17, 7: 615-636.