Needham, C., Allen, K. and Hall, K. (2017) Micro-Enterprise and Personalisation: What Size is Good Care? Bristol: Policy Press, 227 pp.
Needham, C., & Dickinson, H. (2017). ‘Any one of us could be among that number’: Comparing the Policy Narratives for Individualized Disability Funding in Australia and England, Social Policy & Administration, early view.
Needham, C. and Mangan, C. (2016) ‘The Twenty-First Century Public Servant: working at three boundaries of public and private’, Public Money and Management, early view.
Needham, C. (2016) ‘Social Welfare Policy: fantasy and assemblage in a personalised welfare state’ in Bevir, M. (ed.) Governmentality after Neo-Liberalism, New York: Routledge.
Needham, C. (2016) ‘The Boundaries of Budgets: why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care?’ in Butcher, J. and Gilchrist, D. (eds), Cross-Sector Working for Complex Problems, ANU: Australia and New Zealand School of Government.
Dickinson, H, Needham, C and Sullivan, H (2015) 'Individual funding for disability support: What are the implications for accountability?', Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73,4, pp 417-425.
Durose, C., Needham, C., Mangan, C. & Rees, J. (2015) Generating ‘good enough’ evidence for co-production. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/174426415X14440619792955
Hall, K, Needham, C and Allen, K (forthcoming), Micro-Enterprise: Can Social Innovation Transform Social Care? Salute e societa.
Needham, C (2015) 'The Spaces of Personalisation: Place and Distance in Caring Labour', Social Policy and Society 14(3).
Needham, C (2015) 'Personalisation, personal budgets and citizenship in English care services', Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali, 37,2 pp 203-220.
Needham, C. and Carr, S. (2015) ‘Micro-provision of social care support for marginalised communities: filling the gap or building bridges to the mainstream?’, Social Policy and Administration, doi: 10.1111/spol.12114.
Needham, C. & Glasby, J. (2015) Personalisation – love it or hate it? Journal of Integrated Care, 23 (5): 268 – 276.
Sawbridge, Y. and Needham, C. (2014) Emotionally qualified. Nursing Standard, 29 (13): 26 – 27.
Needham, C. and Glasby, J. (2014) Debates in Personalisation, Bristol: Policy Press.
Hall, K, Needham, C and Allen, K (2014), 'Grass Roots Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Micro-Enterprises in Social Care'. Paper for International Research Society for Public Management Annal Conference, Ottowa, Canada, April 2014.
Gofen, A. and Needham, C. (2014) Service Personalization as a Response to Noncompliance with Routine Childhood Vaccination. Governance, DOI: 10.1111/gove.12082.
Needham, C. (2013) 'The Boundaries of Budgets: why should individuals make spending choices about their health and social care?' London: Centre for Health and the Public Interest.
Needham, C. (2013) ‘Personalized Commissioning, Public Spaces: The Limits of the Market in English Social Care Services’, BioMedical Central: Health Services Research, 13, Suppl 1.
Needham, C., Sawbridge, Y. And Williams, I. (2013), Tesco and Starbucks have little to teach the NHS. Health Service Journal.
Needham, C. (in press) Personalisation: from day centres to community hubs? Critical Social Policy, doi:10.1177/0261018313481564
Needham, C, Glasby, J and Duffy, S (2012) ‘Commissioning in an era of personalisation’ in Glasby, J. (ed.) Commissioning for Health and Wellbeing: an introduction, Bristol, the Policy Press.
Needham, C (2012) ‘From policy transfer to policy translation: the role of evidence in policy borrowing’, in Glasby, J. (ed.) Evidence, policy and practice: critical perspectives in health and social care, Bristol: the Policy Press.
Needham, C (2011) Personalising Public Services: Understanding the Personalisation Narrative, Bristol: Policy Press.
Needham, C, Glasby, J and Duffy, S (2011) ‘Debate: A Beveridge report for the twenty-first century? The implications of self-directed support for future welfare reform’, Policy and Politics.
Needham, C (2011) ‘Personalisation: from storyline to practice’, Journal of Social Policy and Administration, 45, 1.
Needham, C (2010) ‘Fighting the Last War: Applying the Policy Transfer Approach to Election Campaigns’, Party Politics, 16: 5, 2010, pp. 608-28.
Needham, C (2010) ‘Personalised Public Services: Empowering the Citizen or Liberating the Consumer’, Journal of Public Administration and Policy.
Needham, C (2010) ‘Personalised Public Services: a new state-citizen contract?’, Public Money and Management.
Needham, C (2009) ‘Interpreting Personalization in England’s National Health Service’, Critical Policy Studies, 3:2, 2009, pp. 204-220.
Needham, C (2009) ‘Policing with a Smile: Narratives of Consumerism in New Labour's Criminal Justice Policy', Public Administration Vol. 87, No. 1, Special issue: ‘Decentering Policy Networks', Bevir, M. and Richards, D. (eds), 2009, pp. 97-116.
Needham, C (2008) ‘Realising the Potential of Co-production: Negotiating Improvements in Public Services ', Journal of Social Policy and Society , themed section: ‘Choice or voice or something else? User participation in public services', Greener, I. and Talbot, C. (eds), 7:2, 2008, pp. 221-31.
Needham, C (2006) ‘Customer Care and the Public Service Ethos’, Public Administration, 84:4, December 2006, pp. 845-60.