(2013) Negotiating cohesion, inequality and change: Uncomfortable positions in local government, Bristol: The Policy Press.
(2013) ‘Collaboration and Mutual Support in the Third Sector’ in Marjorie Mayo, Zoraida Mendiwelso-Bendek and Carol Packham (eds) Community Research for Community Development, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2013) [with Jones, V and Camilo Cock, J] ‘Impact Measurement or Agenda-Setting?’ in Marjorie Mayo, Zoraida Mendiwelso-Bendek and Carol Packham (eds) Community Research for Community Development, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2013) ‘”The best borough in the country for cohesion!”: managing place and multiculture in local government’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Advance online publication, doi: 10.1080/01419870.2013.808758
(2012) “Interview with sociologist Hannah Jones by Ruth Ewan and students from George Mitchell School” in Ruth Ewan, Liberties of the Savoy. London: Bookworks and CREATE London.
(2012) Seeing the Difference: Measuring the Impact of Small Community Organisations. London: Goldsmiths, University of London.
(2012) Attitudes to Migrants, Communication and Local Leadership: Country research report – United Kingdom. Oxford: COMPAS.
(2011) [with Riley, M] “Behind the Salford riots: ‘the kids are angry’”, The Guardian, 5 September.
(2011) Salford and Manchester: Some Words on Gwen Jones’ photoblog.
(2011) “Negotiating community cohesion”, in Alexander, C and James, M (eds) New Directions, New Voices, London: Runnymede Trust.
(2011) What makes hosting relationships work? How large and small organisations support each other in the third sector. London: Locality.
(2011) “Measuring happiness”, Accounting and Business Magazine, February pp 52-3.
(2010) Sustainability reporting matters: the state of sustainability reporting in the public sector, London: Association of Certified Chartered Accountants.
(2010) [with Jones, G] Blackpool Illuminations on Gwen Jones’ photoblog
(2008) “Surrounding Hackney”, Street Signs, Autumn.
(2008) [with Jackson, E, and Saha, A] “A New York Trilogy”, Street Signs, Autumn.