Barber, A. and Pareja-Eastaway, M. (2010) “Leadership Challenges in the Inner City: Planning for Sustainable Regeneration in Birmingham and Barcelona”, Policy Studies, 31, 4, pp 393-412.
Crossa, V., Barber, A. and Pareja-Eastaway, M. (2010) “Re-inventing the City: Barcelona, Birmingham and Dublin” in Musterd, S. and Murie, A, eds., Making Competitive Cities, Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, pp 67-92.
Lombardi, R., Porter, L., Barber, A. and Rogers, C. (2010) “Conceptualising Sustainability in UK Urban Regeneration: A Discursive Formation”, Urban Studies, published OnlineFirst 29/6/2010.
Weingaertner, C. and Barber. A. (2010) “Urban Regeneration and Sustainability: The Role for Established Small Businesses”, European Planning Studies, 18, 10, pp 653-1674.
Barber, A. and Hall, S. (2008) “Birmingham: Whose Urban Renaissance? Regeneration as a Response to Economic Restructuring”, Policy Studies, 29,3, pp 281-292.
Barber, A. and Blackaby, B. (2008) City Living in Birmingham: A Second Independent Review, Birmingham: Centre for Urban and Regional Studies
Barber, A. (2007) “Planning for Sustainable Re-urbanisation: Policy Challenges and City Centre Housing in Birmingham”, Town Planning Review, 78, 2, pp 179-202.
Porter, L. and Barber, A. (2007) “Planning the Cultural Quarter in Birmingham’s Eastside”, European Planning Studies, 15, 10 pp 1327-1348.
Weingaertner, C. and Barber, A. (2007) The Effects of Regeneration on Small Businesses in Eastside, Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
Porter, L. and Barber, A. (2006) “Closing Time: The Meaning of Place and State-Led Gentrification in Birmingham’s Eastside”, City, 10, 2, pp 217-236.
Barber, A., R. Groves and A. Murie (2006) “Changing Housing Markets, Race and Community: Policy and Practice in Birmingham”, in Beider, H. (ed.) Neighbourhood Renewal & Housing Markets: Community Engagement in the US & UK, Oxford: Blackwell, pp115-137.
Barber, A. (2004) « City Living and New Policy Challenges », in Kang, M. ed., Urban Squatter Policies III : The Cases of Korea and the United Kingdom, Anyang : Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
Barber, A. (2004) Live/Work Housing in the West Midlands, Birmingham: Midlands Architecture and the Built Environment.
Barber, A. and Blackaby, B. (2003) Filling the Gap: The Need for Middle Market Housing in Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham: Birmingham City Council.
Barber, A. (2002) Brindleyplace and the Regeneration of Birmingham’s Convention Quarter, Birmingham: Argent Group plc
Blackaby, B., Murie, A. and Barber, A. (2002) City Living in Birmingham: An Independent Review, Birmingham: Birmingham City Pride.
Barber. A. (2001) The ICC, Birmingham: A Catalyst for Urban Renaissance? Birmingham: Centre for Urban and Regional Studies
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