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2016

Bunei, E., McElwee, G. and Smith, R. (2016). ‘From bush to butchery: cattle rustling as an entrepreneurial process in Kenya’ Society and Business Review, 11 (1), pp. 46-61.

Fátima do Carmo Guerra, J., dos Santos de Sousa Teodosio, A. and Mswaka, W. (2016). ‘Knowledge and Power of the Civil Society: an empirical study of Brazilian professionals working in the NGOs’ Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8 (1).

Haloub, R., Samawi, J., Refai, D. and Beddewela, E. (2016). ‘Attitudes Toward Business Ethics in Different Contexts: a Cross-Cultural Comparison between professionals in Jordan and UK’. In: 19th International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society, 4th - 5th July 2016, Barcelona, Spain

Lasalle, P. and McElwee, G. (2016). ‘Polish Entrepreneurs in Glasgow and Entrepreneurial Opportunity Structure’ International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 22 (2), pp. 260-281

Lever, J. and Fischer, J. (2016). Between Religion, Regulation and Consumption: Globalising Kosher and Halal . Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Lever, J. Attar, M., & Lohi, K. (2016). Remembering the spirit of halal: an Iranian perspective. In F. Bergeaud-Blacker, J. Fischer& J. Lever (Eds.), Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective. London: Routledge.

Lever, J. and Miele, M. (2016). ‘Farm animal welfare discourses: responsible business practice and the role of big brands’. In: Interpretive Policy Analysis 11th International Conference:, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Hull.

Lever, J. and Swailes, S. (2016). ‘Ballet for the Sun King: power, talent and organisation’. In: 32nd EGOS Colloquium, 7th - 9th July 2016, University of Naples, Italy.

Mzembe, A., Downs, Y. and Meaton, J. (2016). ‘Corporate social responsibility in Malawi: Antecedents, issues, practices and future directions’. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in Sub-Saharan Africa. Heidelberg: Springer. pp. 3-30.

Porter, J., Lever, J. and Thompson, A. (2016). ‘Social Network Evolution during Long-term Migration: A comparison of three case studies in the South Wales region’ Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, pp. 1-15.

Powell, R., & Lever, J. (in press). ‘Europe’s perennial “outsiders”: A processual approach to Roma stigmatization and ghettoization. Current Sociology

Shirodkar, V., Beddewela, E. and Richter, U. (in press). ‘Firm-level determinants of political CSR in emerging economies: evidence from India’ Journal of Business Ethics.

Smith, R., Conley, G., Smith, A. and McElwee, G. (2016). ‘Assessing the impact of ‘farming with dyslexia’ on local rural economies’ Local Economy., 31(5), pp. 529-538.

Wood, A. (2016). ‘Diversification and entrepreneurs: wetland farming in northern Zambia’. Symposium on “Small-scale entrepreneurs and diversification in Africa” at University of Huddersfield, 29th June 2016.

Wood, A. and Hailu, A. (2016). “Wild Coffee Conservation by PFM Project – Project Context” and “Take Home Messages from WCC-PFM”. Final Dissemination workshop of WCC-PFM Project, 28th January 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

Lever, J. and Evans, A. (2016) ‘Corporate social responsibility and farm animal welfare: towards sustainable development in the food industry?’, in Corporate Social Responsibility: Academic Insights and Impacts. London, UK: Springer.

Lever, J., Knight, J., & Thompson, A. (2016). Labour, Mobility and Temporary Migration: A Comparative Study of Polish Migration to Wales. Cardiff, South Glamorgan: University of Wales Press.


2015

Beddewela, E. and Fairbrass, J. (2015). ‘Seeking legitimacy through CSR: Institutional Pressures and Corporate Responses of Multinationals in Sri Lanka’ Journal of business ethics, 136(3), pp. 503-522

Beddewela, E., Warin, C. and Anchor, J. (2015). ‘Institutionalising responsible management education: a change process model’. In: 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 7-11th August 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Borges, Z., Teodósio, A., de Oliveira, L. and Mswaka, W. (2015). ‘Family Farming, Government and Corporations: A case study about the challenges of rural social enterprises innovations in Brazil’. In: 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, 30th June - 3rd July 2015, Helsinki, Finland

Davey, M., McElwee, G. and Smith, R. (2015). ‘Conversations with a ‘Small-Town’ Criminal Entrepreneur: A Case Study’. In: Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise: New Perspectives on Research, Policy & Practice. Emerald. pp. 227-251.

Lever, J. and Milbourne, P. (2015). ‘The structural invisibility of outsiders: the role of migrant labour in the meat-processing industry’ Sociology.

Lever, J. and Evans, A. (2015). ‘Farm animal welfare and corporate social responsibility: making slaughter visible?’. In: HSA International Symposium 2015: Recent Advances II, 16th-17th July 2015, Zagreb, Croatia.

Lever, J. and Swailes, S. (2015). ‘People and process: at the court of talent management’. In: Figuring organizations: people and processes symposium, 26th November 2015, Dublin, Ireland.

Lowore, J. and Wood, A. (2015). ‘Conservation logic in the forests of south-west Ethiopia: Linking honey producers to markets and the implications for sustainable forest management’. In: 14th World Forestry Congress 2015, 7th - 11th September 2015, Durban, South Africa.

McElwee, G. and Smith, R. (2015). Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise: New Perspectives on Research, Policy & Practice. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research. : Emerald.

Mswaka, W (2015). ‘Conceptualisation of social enterprise in the UK: A contemporary perspective’ Iberoamerican Journal of Strategic Management, 14 (3), pp. 6-14.

Mswaka, W (2015). ‘Scenario planning in social enterprises; the case of South Yorkshire’ International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, 10 (2/3/4), pp. 165-179.

Mswaka, W. and Aluko, O. (2015). ‘Corporate governance practices and outcomes in social enterprises in the UK: a case study of South Yorkshire’ International journal of public sector management, 28 (1), pp. 57-71.

Sawalha, I., Anchor, J. and Meaton, J. (2015). ‘Continuity Culture: A Key Factor for Building Resilience and Sound Recovery Capabilities’ International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 6 (4), pp. 428-437. ISSN 2095-0055

Smith, R. and McElwee, G. (2015). ‘Stolen to Order! Tractor Theft as an Emerging International Criminal Enterprise’. In: Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise: New Perspectives on Research, Policy & Practice. Emerald. pp. 121-154.

Somerville, P., Smith, R. and McElwee, G. (2015). ‘The dark side of the rural idyll: Stories of illegal/illicit economic activity in the UK countryside’ Journal of Rural Studies, 39, pp. 219-228.

Teodósio, A., Gonçalves-Dias, S., Santos, M. and Mswaka, W. (2015). ‘From Outlaw to Regular Worker: trajectories, challenges and achievements of recyclers running social businesses in Brazil’. In: 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, 30th June - 3rd July 2015, Helsinki, Finland.

Tolera, M., Lemenih, M., O’Hara, P. and Wood, A. (2015). ‘In-situ Conservation of wild forest coffee-Exploring the potential of participatory forest management in south west Ethiopia’. In: WFC2015 – XIV World Forestry Congress, 7th - 11th September 2015, Durban, South Africa.

McElwee, G. and Wood, A. (2015). “Barriers and opportunities for entrepreneurial wetland farmers in Zambia”. 2nd International Conference on Agriculture in an Urbanizing Society, September 2015 at Università Roma Tre, Rome Italy.

McElwee, G. and Wood, A. (2015). “Zambian wetland enterprise: necessity diversification”. Annual Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, November 2015, Glasgow.

Warin, C., Beddewela, E. and Anchor, J. (2015). ‘The institutionalisation of responsible management education: the role of institutional entrepreneurs’. In: British Academy of Management BAM 2015, 8-10th September 2015, University of Portsmouth.

Wood, A. (2015). “Wetlands for people” Wetlands Forum Debate on “Wetlands for Food Security: Solution or Illusion”. Presented at World Water Week, 23rd August 2015, Stockholm, Sweden.

Wood, A., Lemenih, M., O’Hara, P. and Tolera, M. (2015). ‘Wild Coffee Conservation in Ethiopia: exploring the potential of Participatory Forest Management’. Biodiversity, Sustainable Development and the Law, Experts Seminar and International Symposium, 20-22nd February 2015, Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL), University of Cambridge.

Wood, A. (2015). ‘Driving Landscape and Livelihood Regeneration through Enterprise Development in a Functional Landscape Approach’. Beating Famine - Southern Africa Conference – Sustainable Food Security through Land Regeneration in a Changing Climate, 13-17 April 2015. Organised by ICRAF (International Centre for Research on Agro Forestry) and World Vision Australia.

Bosworth, G., McElwee, G. & Smith, R. (2015). Rural enterprise in MexicoJournal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy.

Cheetham, F. (2015, July). One Good Turn: Tackling Poverty through the Circulation of Goods in Kirklees. In Academy of Marketing Conference, The Magic in Marketing, Limerick.

 De Rosa, M. & McElwee, G. (2015). An empirical investigation of the role of rural development policies in stimulating rural entrepreneurship in the Lazio Region of ItalySociety and Business Review, 10 (1).

Hadley, C. & Cheetham, F. (2015, July). Negotiating Sustainable Consumption Practices in Online Communities. In Academy of Marketing Conference, The Magic in Marketing, Limerick.

Hesselden, F. & O’Hara, P. (2015). Reflections on Participatory Forest Management in South West Ethiopia – beyond a project to a process of devolved forest management. In: 14th World Forestry Congress 2015, Durban, South Africa.

Hesselden, F. (2015). Protecting the home of wild coffee whilst improving local livelihoods: Participatory Forest Management for coffee forest conservation in EthiopiaDarwin Initiative Newsletter, 8.

Lever, J (2015, February). Economic and sustainable growth in Kirklees – an academic perspectiveIn Aligning public health and economic strategies and promoting health in all policies: An interactive workshop with applied learning from local partners and the EU. Huddersfield Town Hall, UK.

Lever, J. (2015). Reimagining Malaysia – a postliberal halal strategy?.  In F. Bergeaud-Blacker, J. Fischer& J. Lever (Eds.), Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective. London: Routledge. 

Lever, J. Attar, M., & Lohi, K. (2015). Remembering the spirit of halal: an Iranian perspectiveIn F. Bergeaud-Blacker, J. Fischer& J. Lever (Eds.), Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective. London: Routledge. 

Lever, J. Bergeaud-Blackler, F., & Fischer, J. (2015). Introduction: Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspectiveIn F. Bergeaud-Blacker, J. Fischer& J. Lever (Eds.), Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective. London: Routledge. 

Lever, J., & Anil, H. (2015). From an implicit to an explicit understanding; new definitions of Halal in TurkeyIn F. Bergeaud-Blacker, J. Fischer& J. Lever (Eds.), Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective. London: Routledge. 

Lever, J., Bergeaud-Blackler, F., & Fischer, J. (2015). Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective . London: Routledge.

McElwee, G (2015). Defining and conceptualising rural enterpriseIn. C. Henry,  Rural Entrepreneurship, pp. 1-8. London: Emerald.

McElwee, G. & Henry, C. (2015). Rural entrepreneurship . London: Emerald.

McElwee, G. & Smith, R. (2015). Criminal entrepreneurship . London: Emerald.

Meaton, J. & Alnsour, J. (2015). The Use of University Research in Planning Decision Making in Jordanian Municipalities. Habitat International, 49.

Mswaka, W. (2015). Corporate governance practices and outcomes in social enterprises in the UK.  International Journal of Public Sector Management, 28(1), 57-71.          

Smith, R. & McElwee, G. (2015). Developing qualitative research streams relating to illegal rural enterprise: reflections on researching qualitatively at the margins of entrepreneurship research .  International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research.


2014

Lever, J. and Milbourne, P. (2014). Migrant workers and migrant entrepreneurs: changing established/outsider relations across society and space? Space and Polity, 18 (3), 255-268.

Lever, J., Jones, L., Jones, S., Radcliffe, J. & Woods, M. (2014). Migrant Workers in Rural Wales and the South Wales Valleys. Cardiff School of Planning and Geography.

Lever, J., Knight, J., & Thompson, A. (2014). The Labour Market Mobility of Polish Migrants: A Comparative Study of Three Regions in South Wales, UK. Central and Eastern European Migration Review: CEEMR, 3 (2), 61-78.

Lever, J., Wood, A.P., Meaton, J. & Mswaka, W. (2014). PRME and The Centre for Sustainable and Resilient Communities at the University of Huddersfield. In A. Murray, D. Baden, P.Cashian,  K.Hayes, & A. Wersum, (Eds): Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME (pp.55-60). Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.

Meaton, J. &  Alnsour, J. (2014). Housing Conditions in Palestinian Refugee Camps, JordanCities, 36 (2), 65-73.

Meaton, J. & Stringer, L. (2014). The Use of Social Media by UK Local Resilience Forums. Emergency Management Review, 2(1), 7-21.

Miele, M. & Lever, J. (2014). Improving Animal Welfare in Europe: Cases of Comparative Bio-sustainabilities. T. Marsden, & A. Morely, (Eds.), Sustainable Food Systems: Building a new paradigm (pp. 143-165). London: Routledge.  

Mswaka ,W. & Aluko, O. (2014). Legal structure and outcomes of social enterprise: The case of South Yorkshire, UK. Local Economy Journal, 9 (8), 810-825.

Mswaka, W. & Aluko, O. (2014). Corporate governance practices and outcomes in social enterprises in the UK: a case study of South Yorkshire. International journal of public sector management, 28 (1), 57-71.

McElwee, G. (2014).  Informal, Illegal and Criminal EntrepreneurshipIn R. Smith: The Routledge Companion to Entrepreneurship. London: Routledge. 

Lever, J. & Powell, R. (2014, July). Roma – Europe’s "outsiders"In: Social Policy Confronting Change: Resistance, Resilience and Radicalism, Sheffield, UK.

Lever, J (2014, September). The future of sustainable food in Kirklees: the development of a strong and sustainable food economy. In: Talk to the Kirklees Environment Partnership, 18th September 2014, Huddersfield Mission Building, Kirklees Council.  Huddersfield, UK.


2013

Cheetham, F. & McEachern, M. (2013). Extending Holt's consuming typology to encompass subject–subject relations in consumption: lessons from pet ownershipConsumption Markets & Culture, 16 (1), 91-115.

Lever, J. & Smith, I. (2013). Learning to build sustainable communities: an interdependency network perspectivePeople, Place and Policy On-line, 7 (3).

Lever, J. (2013). The postliberal politics of halal: new directions in the civilizing process?. Human Figurations, 2 (3).

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2013). A Conception of Moral Sensitivity and Everyday Consumption Practices: Insights from the Moralising Discourses of Pet Owners. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 37 (3), 337-343.

Meaton, J. (2013). Identifying Key Criteria as predictors of success in social marketing: establishing an evaluative template and grid (ETG)In , A .Robinson-Maynard & R. Lowry,  Contemporary Issues in Social Marketing, (pp. 41-58). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars. 

Meaton, J., Biniyam Abebe, & Wood, A.P. (2013). Forest spice development – using value chain analysis to identify sustainable opportunities for developing Ethiopian Cardamom (Korerima).  Sustainable Development, 23(1), 1-15.

Miele, M. & Lever, J. (2013). Civilizing the market for welfare friendly products in Europe? The techno-ethics of the Welfare Quality® assessmentGeoforum , 48, 63-72.

Mswaka, W. & Aluko, O. (2013). Governance of social enterprises in South Yorkshire, UK: Towards a new orientationIn: 4th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise. 1-4th July. Liege, Belgium.

Mzembe, A. &  Meaton, J. (2013). Driving Corporate Social Responsibility in the Malawian Mining Industry: A Stakeholder Perspective. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 21(4), 189-201.

Wood, A.P. & Thawe, P. (2013). Catchment and wetlands: a functional landscape approach to sustainable use of seasonal wetlands in central Malawi.  In A.P Wood, A.B Dixon, & M. McCartney, (Eds.), Wetland management and sustainable livelihoods in Africa (pp. 63-84). London: Routledge.

Wood, A.P. (2013). Conclusions: transforming wetland livelihoods. In A.Dixon, & M.McCartney,  Wetland management and sustainable livelihoods in Africa(pp. 258-270).London, UK: Routledge.

Wood, A.P. (2013). People-centred wetland management. In A. Dixon, & M. McCartney, Wetland management and sustainable livelihoods in Africa, (pp.1-42). London: Routledge.

Wood, A.P. (2013). South-west Ethiopia –Valuing Forests and Functional Landscapes. Final Workshop for Disseminating Lessons of the Non-Timber Forest Product – Participatory Forest Management Project. Addis Ababa,Ethiopia.

Wood, A.P., McCartney, M. & Dixon, A.B. (2013). Wetland management and sustainable livelihoods in Africa. London: Routledge.


2012

Cheetham, F (2012). An actor-network perspective on collecting and collectablesIn S.H. Dudley(Ed.), Narrating Objects (pp. 125-135), Collecting Stories. Oxon: Routledge.

Lever, J. (2012). The civilizing process: partnership working revisitedIn: Norbert Elias and Figurational Sociology: Prospects for the Future, Copenhagen Denmark.

Lever, J. (2012). The postliberal politics of halalIn: Reinventing Norbert Elias: for an open sociology, Amsterdam Netherlands.

Lever, J. (2012). No Return, No Asylum: Destitution as a way of life?.  Bradford: Destitution Concern Bradford.

Lever, J. and Miele, M. (2012). The growth of Halal meat markets in Europe: an exploration of the supply side theory of religion.  Journal of Rural Studies, 28 (4), 528-537.

McEachern, M., Warnaby, G. & Cheetham, F. (2012). Producing & Consuming Public Space: A ‘Rhythmanalysis’ of the Urban Park. In: (ACR) Association for Consumer Research 2012: Appreciating Diversity, Vancouver, Canada.

Meaton, J. & J. Alnsour. (2012). Spatial and Environmental Planning Challenges in Amman, Jordan. Planning Practice and Research, 27(3), 367-386.

Meaton, J. and I. Salwalha. (2012). The Arabic Culture of Jordan and its impact on a wider Jordanian Adoption of Business Continuity Management. Journal of Business Continuity and Emergency Planning, 6(1), 84-95.

Sawalha, I., Anchor, J. & Meaton, J. (2012). Business continuity management in Jordanian banks: Some cultural considerations. Risk Management , 14 (4), 301-324.

Sutcliffe, J., Wood, A. & Meaton, J. (2012). Competitive forests – making forests sustainable in south-west EthiopiaInternational Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 19 (6), 471-481. 


2011

Cheetham, F. & McEachern, M. (2011). Uncovering Covert Consumer Resistance in the UK Pet MarketplaceIn: 40th EMAC Annual Conference 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Howard, J. & Lever, J. (2011).'New Governance Spaces': what generates a participatory disposition in different contexts?. Voluntary Sector Review, Vol. 2(1), 77-95.

Lever, J. (2011). Urban regeneration partnerships: a figurational critique of governmentality theory. Sociology 45 (1), 86-101. 

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2011). Pet Ownership and Related Consumption Practices: The Role of Moralization. European Advances in Consumer Research, 9, 225-230.

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2011). Transforming the Health and Wellbeing of Consumers: The Role of the Public ParkIn: 7th CRAWS Conference “Emerging Issues in Transformative Consumer Research and Social Marketing”, Manchester, UK.

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2011). Visualising the Role of the Public Urban Park: Consumer PerspectivesIn: 2nd International Visual Methods Conference, Milton Keynes, UK.

Mswaka, W. (2011). Not just for profit: an empirical study of social enterprises in South Yorkshire (Doctoral thesis). University of Huddersfield.

Sawalha, I., Anchor, J. & Meaton, J. (2011). Business Continuity Management in Jordanian Banks: Sectoral and National Influences. The University of Huddersfield.

Tovstiga, G., Korot, L., Dana, L. & McElwee, G. (2011). A Cross-National Comparison of Knowledge Management PracticesIn: Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management, Second Edition (pp. 163-174). Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global.

Westhead, P., Wright, M. & McElwee, G. (2011). Entrepreneurship: Perspectives and Cases.  Financial Times Prentice Hall.


2010

Lever, J. & Miele, M. (2010).  Ordering animal farming practices: farmers vs. animal scientistsIn: Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting 2010. Komaba I Campus, University of Tokyo, Japan.

Lever, J. & Puig de la Bellacasa, M. (2010). The development of halal and kosher meat markets in the UK. Cardiff University.

Lever, J. (2010). Ambivalence and sensibility: civilizing animal farming in EuropeIn: XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology: Sociology on the Move, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Lever, J., Puig della Bellacasa, M., Miele, M. & Higgin, M. (2010). From the slaughterhouse to the consumer: transparency and information in the distribution of Halal and Kosher meat. Project Report. Cardiff: Cardiff University.

Lever, J. (2010). Halal and kosher supply chain development. Dialrel Final Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey.

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2010). Pet Ownership & Related Consumption Practices: The Role of MoralityIn: 2010 European Conference of the Association for Consumer Research, London, UK.

Meaton, J. & Robinson-Maynard, A. (2010). Establishing an Evaluation Template and Grid. In 7th International Social Marketing Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Mswaka, W (2010). Social Enterprise and Recovery in Zimbabwe In: Moving Forward in Zimbabwe - reducing poverty and promoting growth (2nd edition). Manchester: Brooks World Poverty institute.

Taylor, M., Howard, J. & Lever, J. (2010).Citizen Participation and Civic Activism in Comparative Perspective. Journal of Civil Society, 6 (2), 145-164.


2009

Cheetham, F. & McEachern, M. (2009). The Dynamic Relationship between Pet Owners, the Pet Marketplace and Cultural Meanings: continuing the dialogue between consumer behaviour and other disciplinesIn: 38th EMAC Annual Conference 2009, Nantes, France.

Cheetham, F. (2009).Out of control? An ethnographic analysis of the disposal of collectable objects through auction.  Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 8 (6), 316-326.

Howard, G.W., Bakema, R. & Wood A.P. (2009). The multiple use of wetlands in Africa. In E. Maltby & T. Barker (Eds.), The wetlands handbook,(pp. 850-875). Oxford: Blackwell.

Lever, J., Miele, M., Evan, A. & Higgin, M. (2009). Farmers vs. animal scientists: an assessment of welfare qualityIn: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2009, Cardiff, Wales.

Maconachie, R., Dixon, A. & Wood, A.P. (2009). Decentralization and local institutional arrangements for wetland management in Ethiopia and Sierra LeoneApplied Geography, 29 (2), 269-279.

McEachern, M. & Cheetham, F. (2009). Photo-elicitation and its Value in Uncovering Pet Owner’s Stories of their Consumption ExperiencesIn: 1st International Visual Methods Conference, Leeds, UK.

Meaton, J. & Alnsour , J. (2009). Factors Affecting Compliance with Residential Standards in the City of Old Salt, Jordan. Habitat International, 33 (4), 301-339.    

Meaton, J. (2009). Automobiles. In  J.Baird Callicott and R. Frodeman (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy.  New York: Macmillan. 

Mswaka, W. (2009). Wither social enterprise? A typology of social enterprises in South YorkshireIn: 2nd Emes International Conference on Social Enterprises, Trento, Italy.

Ndiyoi, M., Sampa, J.B., Thawe, P. & Wood, A.P. (2009). Striking a balance: maintaining seasonal dambo wetlands in Malawi and Zambia. In Planting trees to eat fish. Field experiences in wetlands and poverty reduction (pp.27-39). Wetlands International: Wageningen.

Taylor, M., Howard, J., Harris, V., Lever, J., Mateeva, A., Miller, C., Petrov, R. & Serra, L. (2009). Dilemmas of engagement: the experience of non-governmental actors in new governance spaces. Working Paper. LSE.

Wood, A.P., Sellamuttu, S.S. & De Cruz, R. (2009). Managing water in wetlands for people. In Mundy, P. (ed.) In Planting trees to eat fish. Field experiences in wetlands and poverty reduction (pp 101-108). Wetlands International:Wageningen.