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  1. Martin, Graham ; Williams, Oli. / Evidence and service delivery. What works now?: Evidence-informed policy and practice. Policy Press, 2019. pp. 41-60
  2. Hussein, Shereen. / In search of better opportunities : Transnational social workers in the UK navigating the maze of global and social mobility. Transnational Social Work: Opportunities and Challenges of a Global Profession. Policy Press, 2018. pp. 125-138
  3. Ancarno, Clyde Simone ; Davis, Oliver ; Wyatt, David. / Forging Communities: the CAER Heritage Project and the dynamics of co-production. After Regeneration: Communities, policy and place. editor / Dave O'Brien ; Peter Matthews. Bristol : Policy Press, 2015. pp. 113-130
  4. Hamnett, Chris. / Sustaining London’s welfare in an age of austerity. Sustainable London?: The future of a global city. editor / Rob Imrie ; Loretta Lees. 1st. ed. [S.l.] : Policy Press, 2014.
  5. Fournière, James. / Sustaining the public: the future of public space in London?. Sustainable London? : The Future of a Global City. editor / Rob Imrie ; Loretta Lees. Bristol : Policy Press, 2014. pp. 221-242
  6. Butler, Tim. / Educating London : Sustainable social reproduction versus symbolic violence?. Sustainable London?: The Future of a Global City. Policy Press, 2014. pp. 195-220
  7. Manthorpe, Jill. / Safeguarding, risk and personalisation. Debates in Personalisation. Policy Press, 2014. pp. 45-53
  8. Ginn, Franklin ; Francis, Robert Aaron. / Urban greening and sustaining urban natures in London. Sustainable London? The Future of a Global City. editor / Rob Imrie ; Loretta Lees. Policy Press, 2014.
  9. Haslam, Cheryl ; Duncan, Myanna ; Kazi, Aadil ; Twumasi, Ricardo ; Clemes, Stacy ; Gyi, Diane ; Haslam, Roger ; Gibb, Alistair ; Gosling, Elaine Yolande ; Kerr, Lois ; Nicolle, Colette ; Maguire, Martin ; Talbot, Rachel ; Mallaband, Becky ; Morgan, Kevin ; McDermott, Hilary. / Working Late : Strategies to enhance productive and healthy environments for an older workforce. The New Dynamics of Ageing. Vol. 1 Policy Press, 2012. pp. 39-58
  10. Cribb, Alan. / Why ethics? What kind of ethics for public health?. Public Health Ethics and Practice. editor / Stephen Peckham ; Alison Hann. Bristol : Policy Press, 2010. pp. 0 - 0
  11. Knapp, M. / Social care: choice and control. Making Social Policy Work: Essays in Honour of Howard Glennerster. editor / J Hills ; J Le Grand ; D Piachaud. Policy Press, 2007. pp. 147 - 172
  12. Daatland, S O ; Biggs, S J. / Ageing and diversity: multiple pathways and cultural migrations. Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2004.
  13. Butler, Tim ; Parkinson, M (Editor) ; Boddy, M (Editor). / The middle class and the future of London. City Matters:Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Bristol : Policy Press, 2004. pp. 269 - 284
  14. Lees, L. / Visions of 'Urban Renaissance' the Urban Task FOrce Report and the Urban White Paper. Urban Renaissance? New Labour, community and urban policy. editor / R Imrie ; M Raco. Bristol : Policy Press, 2003. pp. 61 - 82
  15. Dickson, M ; Halpin, D ; Power, S ; Whitty, G ; Gewirtz, S. / Education Action Zones. Partnerships - a 'third way' approach to delivering welfare,. editor / M Powell ; C Glendinning ; K Rummery. Bristol : Policy Press, 2002.
  16. Manning, N. / Copenhagen+ 5: what should be done about the transition in Eastern Europe?. Social Policy Review. Policy Press, 2001. pp. 133-156
  17. Walters, Nicholas ; Lygo-Baker, Simon ; Strkljevic, Sanja. / Empowerment Indicators: Combating Social Exclusion in Europe. 1st ed. Bristol : Policy Press, 2001.
  18. Philips, Judith ; Bernard, Miriam ; Biggs, Simon. / Retirement communities in Britain. Inclusive housing in an ageing society. editor / S Peace ; C Holland. Bristol : Policy Press, 2001.
  19. Moriarty, Jo ; Webb, Sarah. / Part of their lives: community care for older people with dementia. Bristol : Policy Press, 2000. 126 p.

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