Publications

Recent Reports

Robinson, F., Shaw, K. and Regan, S. (2017) Who Runs the North East Now? Governance and Governing in an English Region. Who Runs the North East Now — Main Report Oct 2017 FINAL 09-10-17 (2)

Robinson, F., Shaw, K. and Regan, S. (2017) Who Runs the North East Now? Governance and Governing in an English Region (Summary Report) Who Runs the North East Summary Report October 2017 FINAL 10-10-17

Lindsey, I. and Chapman, T. (2017) Enhancing the contribution of sport to the Sustainable Development Goals, London: Commonwealth Secretariat. http://books.thecommonwealth.org/enhancing-contribution-sport-sustainable-development-goals-paperback

Chapman, T. (2017) Third Sector Trends in Yorkshire and the Humber 2016, Durham: Policy&Practice. https://www.stchads.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/THIRD-SECTOR-TRENDS-IN-YORKSHIRE-AND-THE-HUMBER-2016-2.pdf

Chapman, T. (2017) Third Sector Trends in North East England 2016, Newcastle: Community Foundation. http://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Third-Sector-Trends-in-North-East-England-2017.pdf

Chapman, T. (2017) Third Sector Trends in Bradford 2016, Durham: Policy&Practice. https://www.stchads.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/THIRD-SECTOR-TRENDS-BRADFORD-2016.pdf

Chapman, T. (2017) Third Sector Trends in North West England 2016, Durham: Policy&Practice. https://www.stchads.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/THIRD-SECTOR-TRENDS-IN-NORTH-WEST-ENGLAND-2016.pdf

Chapman, T. and Hunter, J. (2017) Third sector trends in the north of England: a summary of key findings, Manchester.  http://www.ippr.org/publications/third-sector-trends-in-the-north-of-england-a-summary-of-key-findings

Robinson, F. and Townsend, A. (2017) Benwell forty years on: Policy and change after the Community Development Project, Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action. Benwell…..fortyyearsonrevisedSB4thversionwithexceltimelinespreadsheet23.2.17

Robinson, F. and Townsend, A. (2017) North Shields forty years on: Policy and change after the Community Development Project, Durham University, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action. NorthShields40yearson5thversionwithexceltimeline2revisedSB23.2.17

Chapman, T. (2015) Key findings from the Northern Rock Foundation Third Sector Trends Study in Cumbria, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. The report is available here: Third Sector Trends in Cumbria (November 2015) 

Theodorakopoulos, N., Hart, M., Burke, G., Stephan, U., Braidford, P., Allinson, G., Houston, M. and Jones, S. (2015) Sociology of Enterprise, London: BIS Research Paper Number 238 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/453064/BIS-15-482-sociology-of-enterprise.pdf.

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2015) Key findings from the Northern Rock Foundation Third Sector Trends Study, Newcastle, Northern Rock Foundation. The report is available here: http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/downloads/Third_Sector_Trends_Report_August_2015.pdf

Allinson, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M. and Stone, I. (open2015) Understanding growth in small businesses, BIS Research Paper 216 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/407846/bis-15-154-Understanding-growth-small-businesses.pdf.

Allinson, G., Baker, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M. and Lomax, S. (2015) Digital capabilities in SMEs: evidence review and re-survey of 2014 Small Business Survey respondents. a report by BMG Research and Durham University, BIS Research Paper 247 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/457750/BIS-15-509-digital-capabilities-in-SMEs-evidence-review-and-re-survey-of-2014-small-business-survey-respondents.pdf

Allinson, G., Baker, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M., Lomax, S and Stone, I. (2015) Formative evaluation of GrowthAccelerator, BIS Research Paper 189 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/395557/bis-15-41-formative-evaluation-of-growthaccelerator-bis-research-paper-number-189.pdf

Chapman, T. (2015) The situation of Third Sector organisations working in rich and poor areas, Newcastle, Northern Rock Foundation. The report is available here: http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/downloads/Third_Sector_Organisations_in_rich_and_poor_areas.pdf

Chapman, T., Rich, S., Wilson, H. and Crowther, A. (2015) Social Action Journey Fund Evaluation Final Report, Durham: Policy&Practice, St Chad’s College. SAJF NYA PROJECT EVALUATION REPORT (FINAL) 25th June

Chapman, T. (2015) An assessment of the willingness of organisations to borrow money in the Third Sector: Findings from studies in Yorkshire, North East England and Cumbria, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. The report can be found at this address: http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/downloads/Assessment_willingness-Third_Sector.pdf

Robinson, F., Zass-Ogilvie, I., Elliott, G. and Jefferson, D. (2015) Assets or Liabilities? Sustaining community buildings in County Durham, Durham: Policy&Practice, St Chad’s College, Durham University, Assets or Liabilities ILG Report April 2015

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2014) Third Sector Trends in North East England and Cumbria 2008-2014: Headline Findings, Newcastle, Northern Rock Foundation. The report can be found here.

Chapman, T. (2014) Opening Doors an evaluation of O2 Think Big in the UK, Durham: Polciy&Practice, St Chad’s College, Durham University.

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2014) Keeping it Simple: how to work effectively with the third sector: a discussion paper and evidence review for local authorities, Durham: Institute for Local Governance. The summary report can be found here: KEEPING IT SIMPLE How to work effectively with the third sector (October 2014); Keeping it Simple (Summary Report) October 2014

Pharoah, C., Chapman, T. and Choudhury, R. (2014) An insight into charity funding in the North East, London: Garfield Weston Foundation. Available from: http://www.garfieldweston.org/_common/updateable/documents/2576d2e1-eb88-4a3d-b48c-525cd6fd82a3.pdf

Chapman, T. (2014) Third Sector Trends in Yorkshire and Humber, Leeds: Involve Yorkshire and Humber.  Find the whole summary report here: third-sector-trends-2014-in-yorkshire-humber-executive-summary-final.  And the complete report here: Third Sector Trends in Yorkshire and the Humber May 2014

Allinson, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M. and Stone, I. (2014) Research into family businesses: BIS Research Paper No. 172 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/313957/bis-14-699-research-into-family-businesses-bis-research-paper-172.pdf

Braidford, P. and Stone, I. (2013) Customer journeys in business support services, BIS Research Paper 155 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/260891/Customer_journeys_in_business_support_services.pdf

Allinson, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M. and Stone, I. (2013) Understanding growth In microbusinesses, BIS Research Paper No. 114  https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/207646/bis-13-895-understanding-growth-in-microbusinesses.pdf

Allinson, G., Stone, I. and Robson, P. (2013) Economic evaluation of the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme, report for BIS https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/85761/13-600-economic-evaluation-of-the-efg-scheme.pdf

Braidford, P., Fettiplace, S., Jamieson, D., Lambourne, E., Stone, I. and York, C. (2013) Large businesses and SMEs: exploring how SMEs interact with large businesses, report by ORC International for Department of Business, Innovation and Skills https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/34639/12-1196-exploring-how-smes-interact-with-large-businesses.pdf

Chapman, T. and Dunkerley, E. (2013) Young People and Postive Social Action – NYA Social Action Fund evaluation report 2013, Durham: Policy&Practice, St Chad’s College Durham University.

Chapman, T. and Dunkerley, E. (2013) Opening doors: developing young people’s skills and raising their aspirations: An evaluation of O2 Think Big 2010-2012, Durham: Policy&Practice, St Chad’s College Durham University.

Chapman, T. and Dunkerley, E. (2013) Fundación Telefónica’s O2Think Big programme across Europe: 2012 evaluation, Madrid, Fundación Telefónica. Buildinig young people’s resilience in hard times across Europe – an evaluation of O2 Telefonica Think Big 2012

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2012) The Crystal Ball: how do third sector organisations see their future and what are they doing about it? Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/The-Crystal-Ball-Final.pdf

Robinson, F. and Chapman, T. (2013) The Reality Check: Final report on the second phase of the Northern Rock Foundation Third Sector Trends Study, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/The-Reality-Check-Final.pdf

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2013) On the Money: how does the way third sector organisations think about money affect the way they work?, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/on-the-money-final.pdf 

Chapman, T., Robinson, F., Bell, V., Dunkerley, E., Zass-Ogilvie, I. and van der Graaf, P. (2013) Walking a Tightrope balancing critical success factors in hard times, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Walking-a-Tightrope.pdf

Robinson, F., Bell, V., Chapman, T., Dunkerley, E., Zass-Ogilvie, I. and van der Graaf, P. (2013) Taking the Temperature: how are third sector organisations doing?, Newcastle: Northern Rock Foundation.

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (2013) Third Sector Organisations Self Evaluation Framework, Newcastle, Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.nr-foundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/NRFTST-organisational-self-appraisal-framework.pdf

Chapman, T., Robinson, F. et al (2012) Taking the Temperature: how are third sector organisations doing?, Newcastle upon Tyne: Northern Rock Foundation.

Chapman, T., Bell, V. and Robinson, F. (2012) Measuring Impact: easy to say, but hard to do, Newcastle upon Tyne: Northern Rock Foundation.

Chapman, T. and Robinson, F. (et al) (2012) Journeys and Destinations: the impact of change on third sector organisations, Newcastle upon Tyne: Northern Rock Foundation.

Chapman, T. and Dunkerley, E. (2012) Building young people’s resilience in hard times O2 Think Big Evaluation Report May 2012: London: O2/Telefónica.

Braidford, P., Bolger, F., Houston, M., and Stone, I. (2012) Promoting high performance working, report for UKCES/BIS https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/34638/12-1195-promoting-high-performance-working.pdf

Allinson, G. (2012) Survival analysis of social ventures created by UnLtd award winners, report for UnLtd http://community.dur.ac.uk/StChads/prg/UnLtdSurvival.pdf

Allinson, G., Braidford, P., Houston, M., Robinson, F. and Stone, I. (2012) Business support for social enterprises: findings from a longitudinal study, report for UK Office for Civil Society and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills http://community.dur.ac.uk/StChads/prg/Business Support for Social Enterprises v2.pdf

Braidford, P., Davies, B., Lomax, S., Newton, J., Reynolds, L. and Stone, I. (2012) Solutions for Business customer monitoring survey 2011, report prepared for BIS http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/enterprise/docs/s/12-894-solutions-for-business-customer-monitoring-survey

Robinson, F. Bell, V. and Chapman, T. (2011)  Building Better Boards: what’s the problem?, Newcastle upon Tyne: Northern Rock Foundation.

Robinson, F., Zass-Ogilvie, I. and Hudson, R. (2012) How can universities support disadvantaged communities?, York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Chapman, T., van der Graaf, P., Bell, V. and Dunkerley, E. (2011) Stepping Stones O2 Think Big Evaluation Report 2010, Middlesbrough: Social Futures Institute, Teesside University.

Braidford, P. and Stone, I. (2011) Solutions for Business customer monitoring survey 2010, report prepared for BIS http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/biscore/enterprise/docs/s/10-1075-solutions-for-business-survey-june-2010

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. et al. (2000) Who runs the North East now?  A review and assessment of governance in North East England, Durham: University of Durham/Northumbria University. Who runs the North East REPORT 2000

Academic publications

Chapman, T. (2018) ‘Assets and liabilities: what contribution can ‘positive intervention’ programmes make to the social mobility of disadvantaged young people?’, in G. Payne and S. Lawler (eds.) Everyone’s a Winner: social mobility in contemporary Britain, London: Palgrave.

Chapman, T. (2017) ‘The propensity of third sector organisations to borrow money in the UK’, Policy Studies, 38(2), 185-204.

Chapman, T. (2017) ‘Journeys and destinations: how third sector organisations navigate their future in turbulent times’, Voluntary Sector Review, 8(1), 3024.

Chapman, T. (2017) ‘Assets and Liabilities: what contribution can ‘positive intervention’ programmes make to the social mobility of disadvantaged young people?’, in G. Payne and S. Lawler (eds) Everyone’s a Winner: Social Mobility in Contemporary Britain, London: Palgrave (in press).

Chapman, T. (2014) ‘Regeneration through Social Enterprise: government-driven and community-led initiatives in Britain and Japan‘, in M Leary and J McCarthy (eds.) Companion to Urban Regeneration, London: Routledge.

Chapman, T. and McGuinness, B. (2013) ‘Consuming values in a social market: making choices about volunteering and non volunteering’, Social and Public Policy Review, 7(1). Chapman & McGuinness 2013

Robinson, F. and Hudson, R. (2012) ‘Can universities really effectively engage with socially excluded communities?’ in P Benneworth (ed.) University Engagement with Socially Excluded Communities, Dordrecht: Springer.

Robinson, F. and Braidford, P. et al. (2012) ‘Swimming against the tide: A study of a neighbourhood trying to rediscover its ‘reason for being’ – the case of South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland’, Local Economy, 27(3), pp251-64.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2012) ‘From ‘regionalism’ to ‘localism’: Opportunities and challenges for North East England’, Local Economy, 27 (3), pp232-50, 2012

Chapman, T. (2012) ‘Ideal Homes’, International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home, London: Elsevier.

Chapman, T. (2011)  ‘Smoke and Mirrors: The Influence of Cultural Inertia on Social and Economic Development in a Polycentric Urban Region’, Urban Studies, 48(5), pp. 1037-1058.

Chapman, T.; Brown, J., Ford, C. and Baxter, B. (2010) ‘Trouble with champions: local public sector – third sector partnerships and the future prospects for collaborative governance in the UK’, Policy Studies, 30(6), pp. 613-630

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2010) ‘UK urban regeneration policies in the early twenty-first century: continuity or change?’, Town Planning Review 81(2).

Chapman, T., Crow, R. and Brown, J. (2008) ‘Entering a Brave New World? An assessment of third sector readiness to tender for the delivery of public services’, Policy Studies, 28(1), pp. 1-17.

Chapman, T., Forbes, D. and Brown, J. (2007) ‘They think they have God on their side’: the impact of public sector attitudes on the development of social enterprise’, Social Enterprise Journal, 2(1), pp. 78-89.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2006)  ‘After the referendum: reforming governance in North East England’, Foundation, 3(1), 81-91

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2006)  ‘Governance in the post-referendum North East’, Northern Economic Review, 37, 5-24.

Robinson, F. (2005)  ‘Regenerating the West End of Newcastle: what went wrong?’ Northern Economic Review, 36, 15-42.

Robinson, F., Shaw, K. and Davidson, G. (2005) ‘“On the side of the Angels”: community involvement in the governance of neighbourhood renewal’, Local Economy, 20(1), 13-26.

Chapman, T. (2004) Gender and Domestic Life: Changing Practices in Families and Households, Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2003) ‘Who governs North East England? A regional perspective on governance’, in Cornforth, C. (ed.) What do boards do? The Governance of public and non-profit organisations, Routledge.

Robinson, F. (2002) ‘The North East: A Journey through time’, City, 6(3), 317-34.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2001) ‘Governance in the Health Service: who runs the NHS in the North East of England?’ Local Governance, 27(4), 175-96.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2001) ‘Governing a region: structures and processes of governance in North East England’, Regional Studies, 35(5), 473-78.

Robinson, F. and Shaw, K. (2001) ‘Regeneration partnerships, “community” and governance in North East England’, Northern Economic Review, 31, 4-19.

Robinson, F. and Jackson, M. (2001) ‘Deprivation in the North East’, Northern Economic Review, 31,  38-55.

Chapman, T. (2001) ‘There’s no place like home’, Theory Culture and Society, 18(6), pp135-146.

Chapman, T. and Hockey, J.(1999) Ideal Homes? Social Change and Domestic Life, London: Routledge.

Chapman, T. and Hockey, J.(1999) ‘The ideal home as it is imagined and lived’, in T. Chapman and J. Hockey (eds.) Ideal Homes? Social Change and Domestic Life, London: Routledge, pp1-14.

Chapman, T. (1999) ‘Spoiled home identities; the experience of burglary’, in T Chapman and J Hockey (eds.) Ideal Homes? Social Change and Domestic Life, London: Routledge, pp133-146.

Chapman, T., J. Hockey and M. Wood (1999) ‘Daring to be different/ Choosing an alternative to the ideal home’, in T. Chapman and J. Hockey (eds.) Ideal Homes? Social Change and Domestic Life, London: Routledge, pp194-209.

Chapman, T. (1999) ‘The Ideal Home Exhibition: conventions and constraints on consumer choice in British homes’ in J. Hearn and S. Roseneil (eds.) (1999) BSA Explorations in Sociology: Consuming Culture: power and resistance, Vol. 55, London: Macmillan. pp 69-90.