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Journal article

PECK, E., DICKINSON, H., 6, P. and FREEMAN, T., 2009. Performing leadership: towards a new research agenda in leadership studies? Leadership, 5 (1), pp. 25-40.

6, P. and LÖFSTEDT, R., 2008. Bring down the Berlin Wall! Fragmenting and integrating environmental and technological risk communication with health risk research. Journal of Risk Research, 11 (12), pp. 141-167.

BELLAMY, C.A., 6, P., RAAB, C.D., WARREN, A. and HEENEY, C., 2008. Information-sharing and confidentiality in social policy: regulating multi-agency working. Public Administration, 86 (3), pp. 737-759.

6, P., 2007. Devolution and individual choice in local government services. Local Government Studies, 33 (5), pp. 699-722.

6, P., GLASBY, J. and LESTER, H., 2007. Incremental change without policy learning: explaining information rejection in English mental health services. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 9 (1), pp. 21-46.

6, P., BELLAMY, C.A., RAAB, C.D., WARREN, A. and HEENEY, C., 2007. Institutional shaping of inter-agency working: managing tensions between collaborative working and client confidentiality. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17 (3), pp. 405-434. ISSN 1053-1858

6, P., 2007. Review of Paton, C.: 'New Labour's state of health: political economy, public policy and the NHS'. Health and Social Care in the Community.

HARDILL, I., BAINES, S. and 6, P., 2007. Volunteering for all? Explaining patterns of volunteering and identifying strategies to promote it. Policy & Politics, 35 (3), pp. 395-412. ISSN 1470-8442

HARDILL, I., BAINES, S. and 6, P., 2007. Volunteering for all? Explaining patterns of volunteering and identifying strategies to promote it. Policy & Politics, 35 (3), pp. 395-412. ISSN 1470-8442

6, P., BELLAMY, C., RAAB, C. and WARREN, A., 2006. Partnership and privacy - tension or settlement? The case of adult mental health services. Social Policy and Society, 5 (2), pp. 1-12.

6, P., RAAB, C. and BELLAMY, C., 2005. Joined-up government and privacy in the United Kingdom: managing tensions between data protection and social policy. Part I. Public Administration, 83 (1), pp. 111-133. ISSN 0033-3298

BELLAMY, C., 6, P. and RAAB, C., 2005. Joined-up government and privacy in the United Kingdom: managing tensions between data protection and social policy. Part II. Public Administration, 83 (2), pp. 393-415. ISSN 0033-3298

6, P. and PECK, E., 2005. 'Modernisation': the ten commitments of New Labour's approach to public management? International Public Management Journal, 7 (1), pp. 1-18. ISSN 1096-7494

BELLAMY, C., RAAB, C. and 6, P., 2005. Multi-agency working in British social policy: risk information and privacy. Information Polity, 10 (1), pp. 51-63. ISSN 1570-1255

6, P., 2005. Should we be compelled to have identity cards? Justifications for the legal enforcement of obligations. Political Studies, 53 (2), pp. 243-261. ISSN 0032-3217

6, P., 2005. What's in a frame? Social organisation, risk perception and the sociology of knowledge. Journal of Risk Research, 8 (2), pp. 91-118.

PECK, E., 6, P., GLASBY, J. and SKELCHER, C., 2004. Governance and partnerships. Journal of Integrated Care, 12 (4), pp. 3-8. ISSN 1476-9018

6, P., 2004. Hard choices: trade offs between goals for consumer choice in the public services. Public Management and Policy Review, 26, pp. 2-4.

6, P., 2004. Joined-up government in the western world in comparative perspective: a preliminary literature review and sexploration. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 14 (1), pp. 103-138.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2004. New Labour's modernisation in the public sector: a neo-Durkheimian approach and the case of mental health services. Public Administration, 82 (1), pp. 83-108. ISSN 0033-3298

6, P., 2004. Re-wiring decision making for local government, not local administration. eGov Monitor.

6, P., 2004. Review of Bennett,C.J. and Raab,C.D.: 'The governance of privacy'. Public Administration, 82 (4), pp. 1019-1040.

PECK, E., 6, P., GULLIVER, P. and TOWELL, D., 2004. Why do we keep meeting like this? The corporate board as ritual in health and social care. Health Services Management Research, 17, pp. 100-109. ISSN 0951-4848

6, P., 2003. Entitlement cards: do the Home Secretary's proposals comply with data protection principles? Part I. World Data Protection Report, 3 (3), pp. 18-23. ISSN 1473-3579

6, P., 2003. Entitlement cards: do the Home Secretary's proposals comply with data protection principles? Part II. World Data Protection Report, 3 (4), pp. 13-19. ISSN 1473-3579

6, P., 2003. Giving consumers of British public services more choice: what can be learned from recent history? Journal of Social Policy, 32 (2), pp. 239-270. ISSN 0047-2794

6, P., 2003. Giving consumers of British public services more choice: what can be learned from recent history? Journal of Social Policy, 32 (2), pp. 239-270. ISSN 0047-2794

6, P., 2003. Institutional viability: a neo-Durkheimian theory. Innovation: Vienna and Abingdon, 16 (4), pp. 395-416. ISSN 1351-1610

6, P., 2003. Marked cards? Government Computing. ISSN 1462-2467

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2003. Much obliged: how courageous is Labour prepared to be in enforcing healthy behaviour? Health Service Journal, pp. 12-14. ISSN 0300-8347

6, P., 2003. Review of Hood, Christopher, Rothstein, Henry and Baldwin, Robert: 'The government of risk: understanding risk regulation régimes'. Journal of Risk Research, 6 (1), pp. 88-93.

6, P., 2003. Review of McLaverty,O. (ed): 'Public participation and innovations in community governance'. Public Administration, 81 (4), pp. 900-902.

6, P., 2003. What is there to feel? a neo-Durkheimian theory of the emotions. European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health, 5 (3), pp. 263-290. ISSN 1364-2537

6, P., 2002. Can policy making be evidence-based? Managing Community Care, 10 (1), pp. 3-8.

6, P., 2002. Can policy making be evidence-based? Managing Community Care, 10 (1), pp. 3-8.

6, P., 2002. Self destruct mechanism [review of reissue of Émile Durkheim, 1951 [1897]: 'Suicide: a study in sociology', tr. Spaulding, J.A. and Simpson, G.]. Health Service Journal, pp. 32-33.

6, P., 2002. Who wants privacy protection, and what do they want? Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2 (1), pp. 80-100. ISSN 1471-0817

6, P., 2001. Can there be a unified science of fear? Review article on 'Risk and 'the other'', by Hélène Joffe. Journal of Risk Research, 4 (4), pp. 431-445.

6, P., 2001. Ethics, regulation and the new artifical intelligence, part I: accountability and power. Information, Communication and Society, 4 (2), pp. 199-229. ISSN 1369-118X

6, P., 2001. Ethics, regulation and the new artifical intelligence, part II: autonomy and liability. Information, Communication and Society, 4 (3), pp. 406-434. ISSN 1369-118X

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2001. Making sense of the second term for the NHS. Social Policy Forum.

6, P., 2001. Review of Lupton, D. ed.: 'Risk and sociocultural theory'. Journal of Risk Research, 4 (1), pp. 105-108.

Authored book

PECK, E. and 6, P., 2006. Beyond delivery: policy implementation as sense-making and settlement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

6, P., GOODWIN, N., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2006. Managing networks of twenty first century organisations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

6, P., 2004. E-governance: styles of political judgement in the information age polity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 1403912467

6, P., LEAT, D., SELTZER, K. and STOKER, G., 2002. Towards holistic governance: the new agenda in government reform. Government beyond the centre . Basingstoke: Palgrave. ISBN 0333928911

Chapter in book

6, P. and MARS, G., 2008. The institutional dynamics of culture: the new Durkheimians - introduction. In: P. 6 and G. MARS, eds., Institutional dynamics of culture: the new Durkheimians. Aldershot: Ashgate.

6, P., 2007. Don't try this at home: lessons from England. In: S. BORINS, K. KERNAGHAN and D. BROWN, eds., Digital state at the leading edge: lessons from Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 325-354.

6, P., SQUIRE, C., TREACHER, A. and RADSTONE, S., 2007. Introduction. In: P. 6, C. SQUIRE and A. TREACHER, eds., Public emotions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-33. ISBN 230007198

6, P., 2007. Rituals elicit emotions to define and shape public life: a neo-Durkheimian theory. In: 6, , C. SQUIRE and A. TREACHER, eds., Public emotions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 37-61. ISBN 230007198

6, P., 2007. Sense and solidarities: politics and human well-being. In: J. HAWORTH and G.J. HART, eds., Well-being: individual, community and social perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 127-145.

BELLAMY, C.A., RAAB, C.D. and 6, P., 2007. The use of personal data in the public sector. In: S. LACE, ed., The glass consumer. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 133-154.

6, P., 2006. Dirty institutions, costly workarounds and fragile settlements: understanding lay knowledge: comment on Russell Hardin. In: L. DASTON and C. ENGEL, eds., Is there value in inconsistency? Baden Baden: Nomos, pp. 177-200.

6, P., 2006. Mary Douglas. In: J. SCOTT, ed., Fifty key sociologists: the contemporary thinkers. London: Routledge, pp. 63-69.

6, P., 2006. Viable institutions and scope for incoherence. In: L. DASTON and C. ENGEL, eds., Is there value in inconsistency? Baden Baden: Nomos, pp. 299-354.

6, P., 2005. Information risks and joined-up government. In: Essays on risk and trust in the Internet era: issues for governance, democracy and regulation. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

6, P., 2005. Joined-up government in the west beyond Britain: a provisional assessment. In: V. BOGDANOR, ed., Joined-up government. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy, pp. 43-106. ISBN 9.7802E+12

BELLAMY, C., RAAB, C. and 6, P., 2005. Multi-agency working in British social policy: risk, information sharing and privacy. In: V. BEKKERS, ed., Essays on risk and trust in the internet era: issues for governance, democracy and regulation. Amsterdam: IOS. ISBN 1586035975

BELLAMY, C., 6, P. and RAAB, C., 2005. Personal data in the public sector: reconciling necessary sharing with confidentiality. In: S. LACEY, ed., The glass consumer: life in a surveillance society. Bristol: National Consumer Council and Policy Press, pp. 131-151. ISBN 1861347359

6, P., 2005. The governance of technology. In: C. LYALL and J. TAIT, eds., New modes of governance: developing an integrated poicy approach to science, technology, risk and the environment. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 19-44. ISBN 754641643

6, P., 2005. The personal information economy: trends and prospects for consumers. In: S. LACE, ed., The glass consumer. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 17-44.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2005. The role of organisational development in policy implementation in healthcare. In: E. PECK, ed., Organisational development in healthcare: approaches, innovations, achievements. Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical, pp. 27-42. ISBN 185775896X

6, P., 2004. Can government influence our friendships? The range and limits of tools for trying to shape solidarities. In: C.R. PHILLPSON, G. ALLEN and D. MORGAN, eds., Social networks and social exclusion: sociological and policy perspectives. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 180-204. ISBN 754634299

6, P., 2004. Your friendship networks: are they any of the government's business? In: H. MCCARTHY, P. MILLER and P. SKIDMORE, eds., Network logic: who governs in an interconnected world? London: Demos, pp. 131-142. ISBN 1841801186

6, P., 2004. Your friendship networks: are they any of the government's business? In: H. MCCARTHY, P. MILLER and P. SKIDMORE, eds., Network logic: who governs in an interconnected world? London: Demos, pp. 131-142. ISBN 1841801186

BELLAMY, C.A., 6, P. and RAAB, C.D., 2004. The use of personal data by public services. In: S. LACEY, ed., Using consumer data. National Consumer Council.

6, P., 2002. Global digital communications and the prospects for transnational regulation. In: D. HELD and A. MCGREW, eds., Governing globalisation: power, authority and global governance. Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 145-170.

6, P., 2002. Governing friends and acquaintances: public policy and social networks. In: V. NASH, ed., Reclaiming community. London: IPPR, pp. 23-41. ISBN 1860301924

6, P., 2002. Innovation and creativity: comments. In: H.K. ANHEIER and D. LEAT, eds., From charity to creativity: philanthropic foundations in the 21st century: perspectives from Britain and beyond. Bournes Green: Comedia, pp. 207-213. ISBN 1873667167

6, P., 2001. E-governance: Weber's revenge? In: K. DOWDING, J. HUGHES and H. MARGETTS, eds., Challenges to democracy: ideas, involvement and institutions: the PSA yearbook 2000. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 220-236. ISBN 333789822

6, P., 2001. E-governance: do digital aids make a difference in policy making? In: J.E.J. PRINS, ed., Designing e-government: on the crossroads of technological innovation and institutional change. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, pp. 7-28. ISBN 9041116214

6, P., 2001. Governing by technique: judgement and the prospects for governance of and with technology, in organisation for economic cooperation and development. In: Governance in the 21st century. Paris: OECD Publications, pp. 67-120. ISBN 9264185410

Conference contribution

BELLAMY, C.A., 6, P., RAAB, C.D., WARREN, A. and HEENEY, C., 2005. Data sharing and personal privacy in contemporary public services: the social dynamics of ethical decision-making. In: EGPA Conference 2005: Work Group on Administrative Ethics, Berne, Switzerland, 2005, Berne, Switzerland.

6, P., 2005. E-govenment: key issues and challenges. In: Electronic Government: the Possibilities of New ITCs, Regional Government of Bizkaia, Opera House, Bilbao, Spain, February 2005, Regional Government of Bizkaia, Opera House, Bilbao.

RAAB, C., 6, P. and BELLAMY, C., 2005. Sharing client information in public services: the management of blame. In: European Consortium of Political Research: Joint Sessions, Granada, Spain, 2005, Granada, Spain.

6, P., WARREN, A., BELLAMY, C., RAAB, C. and HEENEY, C., 2005. Social policy as judgment: risks of injustice and the injustice of risk in the use of personal information. In: The 2005 Social Policy Association Conference: Well-being and Social Justice, Bath, UK, 2005, Bath.

6, P., WARREN, A., BELLAMY, C., RAAB, C. and HEENEY, C., 2005. The governance of information sharing in networked public management. In: 8th Public Management Research Association Conference: Governance, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2005, Los Angeles, CA.

6, P., RAAB, C. and BELLAMY, C., 2004. Data sharing and confidentiality; spurs, barriers and theories. In: Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Lincoln University, Lincoln, UK, April 2004, Lincoln University.

6, P., 2004. Do patients have obligations? In: Health Services Journal Forum, Copthorne Hotel, South Kensington, London, UK, November 2004, Copthorne Hotel, South Kensington, London.

6, P., PECK, E. and GOODWIN, N., 2004. Governance and management in networks: comparing structures and fields. In: Governance and Performance: How do Modes of Governance Affect Public Service Performance? School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, March 2004, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham.

6, P., PECK, E. and GOODWIN, N., 2004. Managing across diverse networks of care: lessons from other sectors. In: International Journal of Integrated Care, 4th Annual Conference, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Birmingham, UK, February 2004, Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

6, P., RAAB, C. and BELLAMY, C., 2004. Multi-agency working in the United Kingdom: tensions between information sharing and privacy protection. In: European Group of Public Administration Study Group on Information and Communications Technologies in Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 2004, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

6, P., 2004. Patient choice and equity. In: Health Care Delivery in Britain and Germany, Anglo-German Foundation and Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham and King's Fund, London, UK, October 2004, Anglo-German Foundation and Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham, King's Fund, London.

6, P., 2004. Viable institutions and scope for incoherence. In: Max Planck Institute Conference on 'The Value of Inconsistency', Villa Franceschi, Venice, Italy, July 2004, Villa Franceschi, Venice.

6, P., 2003. Dirty institutions, costly workaround and fragile settlements: understanding lay knowledge. In: Max Planck Institute Conference on 'The Value of Inconsistency', Villa Olmo, Como, Italy, August 2003, Villa Olmo, Como.

6, P., 2003. Entitlement cards: benefits, privacy and data protection risks, costs and wider social implications. In: Information Commissioner's Conference, 'Entitlement cards: the issues', 15 January 2003.

6, P., 2003. The governance of technology: concepts, trends, theory, normative principles and research agenda [white paper]. In: ESRC Science in Society Programme Workshop, Demographic Governance of Technological Change in an Era of Globalisation, FLAD (Luso-American Development Foundation), Lisbon, Portugal, February 2003, FLAD, Lisbon.

6, P., 2002. Seamless government and privacy - friends or foes? In: International Conference of Data Protection Commissioners, Cardiff, Wales, UK, September 2002, Cardiff.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2002. 'Surprises' with discourse: an argument against the idealism of discourse theories and towards an alternative theory of effective organisation development practice showing the special cases where changing talk and text might be effective. In: 5th International Conference on Organisational Discourse: Organisational Discourse: From Micro-Utterances to Macro-Inferences, King's College, London, UK, July 2002, King's College, London.

6, P., 2002. The politics of well-being: sense and solidarities: a neo-Durkheimian institutional theory of well-being and its implications for public policy. In: Well-being: Social and Individual Determinants, King's Fund, Cavendish Square, London, UK, July 2002, King's Fund, Cavendish Square, London.

6, P., 2001. Authority: emotional dynamics. In: Affects, Ethics and Citizenship, May 2001.

6, P., 2001. I represent you; you're sovereign; now change: the deliberate attempt by government to change citizens' cultures and moral characters. In: Department of Politics, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK, January 2001, Department of Politics, Nottingham Trent University.

6, P., 2001. Joined-up government across the world: a very preliminary and speculative attempt to compare some of the 'usual suspect' countries to find an explanation for their differences and to draw out some practical lessons. In: British Academy Conference, 'Joined Up Government', British Academy, London, UK, October 2001, London, UK.

6, P., 2001. Profiles, networks, risk and hoarding: public policy and the dynamics of social mobility and social cohesion. In: Performance and Innovation Unit seminar on "Social Mobility", London, March 2001, London.

6, P., 2001. Profiles, networks, risk and hoarding: public policy and the dynamics of social mobility and social cohesion. In: Performance and Innovation Unit seminar on 'Social Mobility', London, March 2001, London, UK.

6, P., 2001. Tomorrow's government- holistic, digital, syndicated. In: Performance and Innovation Unit- Strategic Thinkers Seminar on Future Structures of Central Governments, London, June 2001, London, UK.

6, P., 2001. The governance of friends and acquaintances: public policy and social networks. In: Social Networks and Social Exclusion, London, UK, March 2001, London.

Edited book

6, P. and MARS, G., 2008. Institutional dynamics of culture: the new Durkheimians. Aldershot: Ashgate.

6, P., SQUIRE, C., TREACHER, A. and RADSTONE, S., 2007. Public emotions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0230007198

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

6, P., 2004. It's America, where you stand up to be accountable. . ISSN 0261-3077

Research report for external body

6, P., BELLAMY, C. and RAAB, C., 2007. Appropriate information sharing: a proposal for guidance for local negotiators of local information sharing agreements and for trainers. Research report for external body. Department for Communities and Local Government.

GOODWIN, N., 6, P., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2005. Key lessons for network management in health care. Research report for external body. London: Service Development and Organisation Programme of NIHR.

6, P., HUGHES, M.P., ROGERS, M., MULLINS, D., ROWLANDS, R. and WILLIS, M., 2004. Enabling choice. Research report for external body. London: Local Government Association.

6, P., RAAB, C.D., BIRCH, A. and COPPING, M., 2004. Information sharing for children at risk: impacts on privacy. Research report for external body. Leith: Health Department, Scottish Executive.

6, P., GOODWIN, N., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2004. Managing across diverse networks: learning across sectors. Research report for external body. Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham.

6, P., 2004. Re-wiring local decision making for political judgment. Research report for external body. London: New Local Government Network.

6, P., 2003. Entitlement cards: benefits, privacy and data protection risks, costs and wider social implications. Research report for external body. Wilmslow: Office of the Information Commissioner.

6, P., 2002. Strategies for reassurance: public concerns about privacy and data sharing in government. Research report for external body. London: Prime Minister's Strategy Unit.

6, P., MCIVER, S., PECK, E., KNIGHT, T., WILSON, R., PACKER, C., STEVENS, A., SMITH, J., GOODWIN, N., CLARK, J. and GLEAVE, R., 2002. The future of acute health care: the major trends and influences on the delivery of secondary and tertiary acute health care, 2002-2015. Research report for external body. Birmingham: University Hospital Birmingham.

6, P. and PECK, E., 2001. 101 dimensions: directions for health and social policy in England 2001-2005. Research report for external body. London: Institute for Applied Health and Social Policy, King's College.

6, P., 2001. Can we be persuaded to become PET lovers? Research report for external body. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

6, P. and JUPP, B., 2001. Divided by information? The 'digital divide' that really matters and the implications of the new meritocracy. Research report for external body. London: Demos.

GOODWIN, N., 6, P., PECK, E. and FREEMAN, T., 2001. Managing across diverse networks: lessons from other sectors. Research report for external body. London: Service Development and Organisation Programme of NIHR.

Review

6, P., 2001. Book review: 'Risk, trust and welfare', edited by Peter Taylor-Gooby. Journal of Risk Research, 4 (3), pp. 303-306.

Working paper

6, P., 2005. The implementation of direct payments: independent variables and hypotheses from the literature. Working Paper. London: Department of Health.

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