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Barzelay, Michael (2012) The study of public management: reference points for a design science approach. In: Tria, Giovanni and Valotti, Giovanni, (eds.) Reforming the Public Sector: How to Achieve Better Transparency, Service, and Leadership. Brookings-SSPA series on public administration. Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, USA, pp. 219-239. ISBN 9780815722885

Bastow, Simon (2012) Suspending UK border security checks: how chronic capacity stress becomes crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2012). Website.

Blog Admin, Impact of Social Sciences, (2012) Free Event 12 March: From research to policy: academic impacts on government. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Feb 2012). Website.

Brumley, Cheryl (2012) LSE Review of Books podcast series nominated for European Podcast Award. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Nov 2012). Website.

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Carrera, Leandro (2012) The eurozone crisis has accelerated the reform of public pensions in Italy, but future pensions may no longer provide an adequate income in retirement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Nov 2012). Website.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2012) What are the lessons from KiwiSaver for automatic enrolment in the UK? Briefing notes (62). Pensions Policy Institute, London, UK.

Carrera, Leandro N., Chant, Sylvia and Cherti, Myriam (2012) Evidence from New Zealand suggests that the government’s plan for auto-enrolment into workplace pensions may substantially affect participation rates and total savings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2012). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Resilience in the recession. British politics and policy at LSE ecollections. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Book review: beyond bureaucracy? Don’t believe the hype! LSE Review of Books (27 Apr 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Book review: ebooks herald the second coming of books in university social science. LSE Review of Books (06 May 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Book review: managing modernity: beyond bureaucracy? edited by Stewart Clegg et al. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Book review: paper books in a digital era: how conservative publishers and authors almost killed off books in university social science. LSE Review of Books (29 Apr 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) The British general election of 2010 and the advent of coalition government. In: Baldini, Gianfranco and Hopkin, Jonathan, (eds.) Coalition Britain: the UK Election of 2010. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719083693

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Duverger’s Law is a dead parrot: European political scientists need to recognize that plurality or majority voting has no tendency at all to produce two party politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Duverger’s Law is a dead parrot: outside the USA, first-past-the-post voting has no tendency at all to produce two party politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Ebooks herald the second coming of books in university social science. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 May 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Electing Police and Crime Commissioners – an important milestone in expanding control by elected representatives? or a disaster in the making? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Fixed term parliaments are a mirage – it’s all downhill from now to a June 2014 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Gauging the time lags in Whitehall’s responses to modern digital processes suggests an enduring problem with organizational culture in the civil service. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) If Hunt does not go the consequences for government will be catastrophic since the message is that all rules are up in the air. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) The Joint Committee report on reform of the House of Lords is mostly headed for the dustbin of history – because this mess of arcane proposals cannot be sold to voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Organizing your personal research library and compiling bibliographies: I was an EndNote refusenik, but now I’m a Mendeley convert. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Aug 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) Paper books in a digital era: how conservative publishers and authors almost killed off books in university social science. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 May 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) The Republic of Blogs: a new phase in the development and democratization of knowledge. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jun 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) With a likely cost of £4 billion, the Health and Social Care Bill has all the hallmarks of an avoidable policy fiasco. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2012) The supplementary vote electoral system again worked very well in London. There is no basis for arguing that voters don’t understand their choices. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Gilson, Chris (2012) Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now”. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Feb 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Gilson, Christopher (2012) Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Mollett, Amy (2012) Something old, something new: opening a new path to public engagement with the most traditional of academic tools. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Apr 2012). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398, Travers, Tony and Gilson, Chris (2012) The LSE’s simple guide to UK voting systems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012). Website.

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Gilson, Chris (2012) Book review: tales from Facebook: culture online in Trinidad. LSE Review of Books (21 Jul 2012). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2012) Brussels blog round-up for 15 – 21 December: Cyprus close to insolvency, Cameron hints at ‘Brixit’ and Depardieu departs to Belgium over tax. European Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Dec 2012). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2012) Brussels blog round-up for 22 – 28 December: Portugal’s growing bailout, more cuts ahead in Spain, and will Cameron ‘fudge’ an EU referendum? European Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2012). Website.

Gilson, Christopher and Brown, Stuart A. (2012) Brussels blog round-up for 8 – 14 December: French conservatives implode, Wilders resurgent, and should Europe accept higher inflation? European Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2012). Website.

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Hancock, Avery (2012) After previously making good progress, the Department for International Development now faces an uphill battle reaching our foreign aid target. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2012). Website.

Harries, Ellie (2012) Found yourself in a referencing rut? Here are your best options…. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Nov 2012). Website.

Harris, Michael and Sherwood, Chris (2012) Think tanks are neglecting cheap and easy social media, and failing to reach out to broader audiences for their work. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Apr 2012). Website.

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Jones, George and Stewart, John (2012) Local government: the past, the present and the future. Public Policy and Administration, 27 (4). pp. 346-367. ISSN 0952-0767

Jones, George and Stewart, John (2012) Yet another feeble paper on civil service reform that will achieve little for local government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012). Website.

Jones, George W. (2012) Elected mayors cannot deliver a localist revival. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2012). Website.

Jones, George W. and Stewart, John (2012) The national audit office should not be responsible for the audit of local authorities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2012). Website.

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Keen, Steve and Suss, Joel (2012) 5 Minutes with Steve Keen:: hopefully George Osborne may end up reading a blog that throws up an idea that looks outside the mainstream advice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Apr 2012). Blog Entry.

Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Book review: the psychology of politicians by Ashley Weinberg. British Policy and Politics at LSE (11 Mar 2012). Blog Entry.

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Mann, Rebecca (2012) Using Google to gauge impact: the Nobel Prize in Economics. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Oct 2012). Website.

Mann, Rebecca and Carberry, Neil (2012) Five Minutes with Neil Carberry,CBI: “To the extent that there is accessible academic work there, it will be used”. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Nov 2012). Website.

Moran, Danielle (2012) Book review: tracing the evolution and influence of journalism in Ireland. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2012). Website.

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Scott, Dan (2012) The system of subscription publishing is unsustainable: we need a ‘mega-journal’ with low article processing fees and peer review. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Apr 2012). Website.

Subrahmanyam, Gita (2012) Promoting crisis-resilient growth in North Africa. North Africa policy series. African Development Bank Group, Tunis, Tunisia. (Submitted)

Subrahmanyam, Gita (2012) The challenge of informality for labour market information and outcomes in Egypt. In: CMI social protection and employment workshop: reflections from international experiences, 2012-10-01 - 2012-10-03.

Suss, Joel (2012) Book review: political myths and magic: the persuasive power of metaphor. LSE Review of Books (07 Jul 2012). Website.

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Terras, Melissa (2012) The verdict: is blogging or tweeting about research papers worth it? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Apr 2012). Website.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) Getting Whitehall to incorporate new IT developments in public services remains an uphill struggle: the government now lags ten years behind the private sector in its use of social media and lack of feedback to users. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2012). Website.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) The REF doesn’t capture what government wants from academics or how academic impact on policymaking takes place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2012). Website.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) The REF doesn’t capture what government wants from academics or how academic impact on policymaking takes place. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Mar 2012). Website.

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Ward, Bob, Gough, Ian, Less, Simon, Gross, Robert, Timms, Dave, Calel, Raphael and Dechezlepretre, Antoine (2012) Debating environmental policy. British politics and policy at LSE ecollections. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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