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= Community Economies Research Network (CERN) - recent publications compilation: from 2016, as to October 2019



Alakavuklar, O. N. (2017). Labour of becoming a (critical) management scholar: Ambivalences, tensions and possibilities. Ephemera, 17(3), 641-651.

Alakavuklar, O. N. (2018). [Book review] Anti-capitalist entrepreneurship: Lessons about and for the multitude. Counterfutures: Left thought & practice Aotearoa, 2018 (6), 175-183

Alakavuklar, O. N. (2018). [Book review] Living in the new dark ages: Is there a hope? Organization, 25(5), 681-683. DOI: 10.1177/1350508417753027

Alakavuklar, O. N. & Alamgir, F. (2018). Ethics of resistance in organisations: A conceptual proposal. Journal of Business Ethics, 149(1), 31-43. DOI:10.1007/s10551-017-3631-2

Alakavuklar, O. N. & Dickson, A. (2016). [Editorial] Social movements, resistance and social change in Aotearoa/New Zealand: An intervention for dialogue, collaboration and synergy. Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 11(2), 83-88. DOI: 10.1080/1177083X.2016.1192047

Alakavuklar, O. N., Dickson, A. & Stablein, R. (2017). The alienation of scholarship in modern business schools: From Marxist material relations to the Lacanian subject. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 16(3), 454-468. DOI:10.5465/amle.2015.0004

Alamgir, F. & Alakavuklar, O. N. (2018). Compliance codes and women workers’ (mis)representation and (non)recognition in the apparel industry of Bangladesh. Journal of Business Ethics. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-018-4080-2

Araujo, E. (2016). Consensus decision-making as a research method for generative justice: Empirical practices from a money-less economy in Chiapas, Mexico. Teknocultura, v.13(2)

Araujo, E. (2016). Collective exchanges: Reflections from a decolonial feminist moneyless economy in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. International Journal on Sociology and Social Policy

Araujo, E. (2016). What do we resist when we resist the State? In Lopes de Souza, M; White, RJ; and Springer, S. (eds.). Theories of resistance: Anarchism, geography and the spirit of revolt. Rowman and Littlefield International

Araujo, E. (2017). Resource-full organized communities undermine systems of domination: How the poor rise up in San Cristobal de las Casas. In Truscello, M. and Nangwaya, A. (eds.) Why don't the poor rise up? AK Press. Available at:


Barca, S. (2017). Book Review: In defense of degrowth. Opinions and manifestos/ Doughnut economics. Seven ways to think like a 21st century economist. Local Environment,

Barron, E.S. (2017). Who cares? The human perspective on fungal conservation. In White Jr., J.F. and Oudemans, P. (eds.) The fungal community: It’s organization and role in the ecosystem (4th ed.). London: CRC Press

Bergeron, S. (2017). Transgressing development: Beyond smart economics. In Dinerstein, A.C. (ed.). Social Sciences for an other politics: Women theorizing without parachutes. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 65-77

Bergeron, S. and Barker, D. (2017). Marxism, Feminism and the Household. In Brennan, D., Mulder, C. and Olson, E. (eds.), Handbook of Marxian Economics. London and New York: Routledge

Blencowe, C., Bresnihan, P. and Dawney, L. (eds.). (2017). Problems of Hope. Bristol, UK: ARN Press

Bogadóttir, R. and Olsen, E.S. (2017). Making degrowth locally meaningful: The case of the Faroese. Journal of Political Ecology, v.24, 504-518

Borowiak, C. (2019). “Poverty in Transit: Uber, Taxi Coops, and the Struggle over Philadelphia's Transportation Economy.” Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography.

Borowiak, C. & Minsun, J. (2019). “Taxi Co-ops versus Uber: Struggles for Workplace Democracy in the Sharing Economy”. Journal of Labor and Society 22, No.1: 165-185

Borowiak, C., Safri, M., Healy, S. and Pavlovskaya, M. (2017). Navigating the fault lines: Race and class in Philadelphia’s solidarity economy. Antipode. DOI:10.1111/anti.12368

Braun, B., Oßenbrügge, J. and Schulz, C. (2018). Environmental economic geography and environmental inequality: Challenges and new research prospects. Journal of Economic Geography, v.62, 120-134

Bresnihan, P. (2017). The (slow) tragedy of improvement: Neoliberalism, fisheries management and the institutional commons. World Development. DOI:10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.09.017

Bresnihan, P. (2019) Water, our relative: trauma, healing and hydropolitics, Community Development Journal, 54(1): 22–41


Casellas, A. & Sala, E. (2017) “Home Eviction, Grassroots Organization and Citizen Empowerment in Spain” In: Brickell, K., Fernandez, M. & Vasudevan, A. (eds.) Geographies of Forced Eviction: Dispossession, Violence, Insecurity. Palgrave Macmillan

Chatterton, P; Dinerstein, AC; North, P & Pitts, FH (2019). Scaling up or deepening? Developing the radical potential of the SSE sector in a time of crisis. Peer-reviewed paper submitted for United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on the Social and Solidarity Economy (UNTFSSE) 2019 forum: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Geneva: UNFTSSE.

Chitondo, M. & Dombroski, K. (2019). Returning Water Data to Communities in Ndola, Zambia: A Case Study in Decolonising Environmental Science. Case Studies in the Environment. doi:10.1525/cse.2018.001552

Chowdhury Arnab, R. & Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2019). Hirashasan: Governing Diamonds in Central India, Geoforum.

Crosby A, Fam D, Mellick Lopes A. (2018),‘Transdisciplinarity and the 'Living Lab Model': food waste management as a site for collaborative learning’, In: Fam, D., Neuhauser, L. & Gibbs, P (Eds.) Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice and Education: The Art of Collaborative Research and Collective Learning, pp.117-131. Springer International


Davies, A. R., Edwards, F., Marovelli, B., Morrow, O., Rut, M., and Weymes, M. (2017). Creative construction: Crafting, negotiating and performing urban food sharing landscapes. Area. DOI: 10.1111/area.12340

Davies, A. R., Edwards, F., Marovelli, B., Morrow, O., Rut, M., and Weymes, M. (2017). Making visible: Interrogating the performance of food sharing across 100 urban areas. Geoforum, v.86, 136–149.

DeFilippis, J., Stromberg, B. and Williams, O. (2018). W(h)ither the community in Community Land Trusts? Journal of Urban Affairs. DOI:10.1080/07352166.2017.1361302

Dickson, A. & Alakavuklar, O. N. (2016). (Un)ordering intellectual freedom. Continental Thought & Theory: A Journal of Intellectual Freedom, 1(1), 58-61.

Diprose, G. (2016). Negotiating interdependence and anxiety in Community Economies. Environment and Planning A, v.48 (7),1411-1427

Diprose, G. (2017). Radical equality, care and labour in a community economy. Gender, Place & Culture, v.24(6), 834-850.

Diprose, G., and Dombroski, K. (2016). Diversifying and moving through the hidden city. In The Occasional Journal, Enjoy Gallery.

Diprose, G., & Hill, A. (forthcoming, 2019). ‘A community economies perspective for ethical community development’, In S. Banks and P. Westoby (eds) Ethics, Equity and Community Development, Bristol: Policy Press. Chapter 10.

Diprose, G., K. Dombroski, S. Healy and J. Waitoa. (2017). Community Economies: Responding to questions of scale, agency, and Indigenous connections in Aotearoa New Zealand. Counterfutures, 167-184.

Dombroski, K. (2016). Hybrid activist collectives: Reframing mothers' environmental and caring labour. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, v.36(9/10), 629-646.

Dombroski, K. (2017). Learning to be affected: Maternal connection, intuition and “elimination communication”. Emotion, Space and Society.

Dombroski, K. (2018). Thinking with, dissenting within: Care-full critique for more-than-human worlds. Journal of Cultural Economy, v.11(3), 261-264. DOI:10.1080/17530350.2018.1427614

Dombroski, K., Diprose, G. & Boles, I. (2019). Can the commons be temporary? The role of transitional commoning in post-quake Christchurch. Local Environment, 24, 313-328. Doi:10.1080/13549839.2019.1567480

Dombroski, K., G. Diprose, D. Conradson, S. Healy & A. Watkins. (2019). When Cultivate Thrives: Developing Criteria for Community Economy Return on Investment. Milestone Report 1 (peer reviewed). Delivering Urban Wellbeing through Transformative Community Enterprise. NSC 11 Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities.

Dombroski, K., G. Diprose, D. Conradson, S. Healy and A. Watkins. (2019). Delivering Urban Wellbeing through Transformative Community Enterprise. Final report (peer reviewed). NSC 11 Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities.

Dombroski, K. & Do, H.T. (2019). The affect of effect: Affirmative political ecologies in monitoring climate change adaptation interventions. Nordia Geographical Publications Yearbook 2018, 47, 7-20. [Open Access]

Dombroski, K. & Healy, S. (2018). Surviving well together. Tui Motu, v.223, 4-5.

Dombroski, K., Healy, S. & McKinnon, K. (2019). Care-full Community Economies. In: Feminist Political Ecology and Economies of Care, (eds.) Harcourt, W. & Bauhardt, C. 99-115. London: Routledge.

Dombroski, K., McKinnon, K., and Healy, S. (2016). Beyond the birth wars: Diverse assemblages of care. New Zealand Geographer, v.72(9), 230-239.

Dombroski K., Watkins A-F., Fitt H., Frater J., Banwell K., Mackenzie K., Mutambo L., Hawke K., Persendt F. and Turković J. (2018). Journeying from “I” to “we”: Assembling hybrid caring collectives of geography doctoral scholars. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, v.42(1), 80-93. DOI:10.1080/03098265.2017.1335295

Dörry, S. and Schulz C. (2018). Green financing, interrupted. Potential directions for sustainable finance in Luxembourg. Local Environment, v.23, 717-733.

Drake, Luke. (2019). Network analysis of local food in California: A study farmers’ markets in Los Angeles and their farm supply chains. The California Geographer, 58, 1-19.

Drake, L. 2019. Surplus labor and subjectivity in urban agriculture: Embodied work, contested work. Economic Geography, 95 (2), 179-200. DOI: 10.1080/00130095.2018.1492875

Drake, L., Ravit B. & Lawson, L. (2016). Developing a vacant property inventory through productive partnerships: A university, NGO, and municipal planning collaboration in Trenton, New Jersey. Cities and the Environment (CATE), 8 (2), Article 6. Available at:


Edensor, T & Smith, TSJ. (2019). Commemorating economic crisis at a liminal site: Memory, Creativity and Dissent at Achill Henge, Ireland. Environment & Planning D: Society and Space. DOI:

Erdem, E. & Kamuran, A. (2019). “Emergent Repertoires of Resistance and Commoning in Higher Education: The Solidarity Academies Movement in Turkey” South Atlantic Quarterly vol. 118 (1): 145-163.


Fisher, J. and Nading, A. (2017). Zopilotes, alacranes, y hormigas (Vultures, scorpions, and ants): Animal metaphors as organizational politics in a Nicaraguan garbage crisis. Antipode. DOI:

Fisher, J. (2018). In search of dignified work: Gender and the work ethic in the crucible of fair trade production. American Ethnologist. DOI:


Gabriel, N. (2016). Mending fences: Constituting the urban through environmental stewardship. In Bezdecny, K. and Archer, K. (eds.). Handbook of cities and the environment. London: Edward Elgar Publishing

Gabriel, N. (2016). No place for wilderness: Urban parks and the assembling of neoliberal urban environmental governance. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, v.19, 278-284.

Gabriel, N. (2016). Visualizing urban nature in Fairmount Park: Discipline, economic diversity, and photography in nineteenth-century Philadelphia. In Braddock, A. (ed.), A Greene Country Towne: Art, culture, and ecology in Philadelphia. Penn State University Press

Gabriel, N. (forthcoming). Paradox and possibility: Voluntarism and the urban environment in a post-political era. Social and Cultural Geography. DOI:10.1080/14649365.2018.1474376

Gabriel, N. and Campbell, L. (2016). Editorial: Power in urban social-ecological systems: Processes and practices of governance and marginalization. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, v.19, 253-254

Gibson-Graham, J.K., Cameron, J., Dombroski, K., Healy, S. and Miller, E. (2017). Cultivating Community Economies: Tools for building a liveable world. In Alperovitz, G. and Speth, J.G. (eds.) The Next System Project. Available at:

Gibson-Graham, J.K., Cameron, J., Healy, S. & McNeill, J. (2019). Roepke Lecture in Economic Geography – Economic Geography, Manufacturing and Ethical Action in the Anthropocene. Economic Geography. DOI:10.1080/00130095.2018.1538697

Gibson-Graham, J.K., Cameron, J., Healy, S. & McNeill, J. (2019). Economic Geography and Ethical Action in the Anthropocene: A Rejoinder. Economic Geography. DOI: 10.1080/00130095.2018.1538696 Gibson-Graham, J.K., A. Hill and L. Law, (2016). Re-embedding economies in ecologies: resilience building in more than human communities’, Building Research & Information, 44:7, 703-716

Gibson, K., A. Hill and L. Law. (2018). ‘Community economies in Southeast Asia: a hidden economic geography’, In A. McGregor, F. Miller and L. Law (eds) Handbook of Southeast Asian Development, London: Routledge. pp 131-141

Gibson, K. Rini, A., Carnegie, M., Chalernphon, A., Dombroski, K., Haryani, A-R., Hill A., Kehi B., Law L., Lyne I., McGregor A., McKinnon K., McWilliam A., Miller F., Ngin C., Occeña‐Gutierrez D., Palmer L., Placino P., Rampengan M., Than Wynn, L-L., Wianti Nur I. and Wright. S. (2018). Community economies in Monsoon Asia: Keywords and key reflections. Asia Pacific Viewpoint v.59(1), 3-16. DOI:10.1111/apv.12186

Giovannini, M. and Vieta, M. (2017). Cooperatives in Latin America. In Michie, J., Blassi, J. and Borzaga, C. (eds.), The Oxford handbook of mutual, co-operative, and co-owned businesses. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 335-347 G Gordon, R. (2018). Food sovereignty and Community Economies: A Spanish case study. In Shevellar, L. and Westoby, P. (eds.). The Routledge handbook of community development research. London: Routledge

Grabel, I. (2016). Capital controls in a time of crisis. In Arestis, P. and Sawyer, M. (eds.) Financial liberalisation: Past, present and future, Annual Edition of International Papers in Political Economy. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 177-223

Grabel, I. (2018). Reflections on the economics profession, the neoliberal conjuncture, and the emerging democratic crisis: An analysis in the spirit of Albert O. Hirschman.Forum for Social Economics, Papers and Proceedings from the ASSA 2018 conference, 47(2), 173-83. DOI: 10.1080/07360932.2018.1451761

Grabel, I. (2018). Toward a pluripolar global financial architecture? The Bretton Woods institutions and the new landscape of developmental finance. Review of Radical Political Economics. Papers and Proceedings from the ASSA 2018 conference. DOI:10.1177/0486613418761894

Gritzas, G., Kavoulakos, K. I. (2016). Diverse economies and alternative spaces: An overview of approaches and practices. European Urban and Regional Studies, 23(4), 917–934


Harcourt, W. (2016). Gender and sustainable livelihoods: Linking gendered experiences of environment, community and self. Agriculture & Human Values. Available at:

Hart, G., Healy, S., Lake, R., Shaw Crane, E. and Roy. A. (2017). Territories of poverty: Rethinking North and South. Progress in Human Geography, v.41(3), 395-402

Healy, S. (2017). Why the Ecocity needs to be a just city. The Conversation. Available at:

Healy, S. 2018. “Basic Income and Postcapitalist Imaginaries: From Surplus Humanity to Humanity’s Surplus.” ARENA, 51/52.

Healy, S. (2018). Beginning with care, touching feminist materiality. Journal of Cultural Economy. DOI. 10.1080/17530350.2018.1433706

Healy, S. 2018. “Commoning in the City: Discerning a Post-Capitalist Politics Now and Here.” Review symposium on A. Huron. Carving out the Commons. Environment and Planning A.

Healy, S. (2018). Corporate enterprise as Commonwealth. Journal of Law and Society, v.45, 46–63. DOI:10.1111/jols.12078

Healy, S., Borowiak, C. Pavlovskaya, M. and Safri, M. (2018). Commoning and the politics of solidarity: Transformational responses to poverty. Geoforum. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.03.015

Healy, S., Dombroski K., Diprose G., Conradson D., McNeill, J. & Watkins A. (2019). More than monitoring: Developing impact measures for transformative social enterprise. Peer-reviewed paper selected for United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Social and Solidarity Economy (UNTFSSE) 2019 forum: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for Social and Solidarity Economy? Geneva: UNFTSSE.

Healy, S. & Gibson-Graham, J.K. (2019). Fred Block, capitalist illusions, inhabiting postcapitalist desires. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space.

Healy, S., McNeill, J., Cameron, J. and Gibson-Graham, J.K. (2018). Pre-empting apocalypse? Postcapitalism as an everyday politics. Australian Quarterly, v.89(2), 28–33

Heras, Ana I. (2017). Revisiting Sándor Ferenczi in light of current educational practices. Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia, 17 (3), 1162-1180

Heras, A-I. (2018). Self-managed and cooperative alternative educational processes in Argentina. In Räume für Bildung — Räume der Bildung, pp. 316-323. Berlin: Verlag Barbara Budrich

Hicks, J. (2018). Community Power: Understanding the outcomes and impacts from community-owned wind energy projects in small regional communities (Unpublished Doctoral Thesis). University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Available at:

Hicks, J., and Ison, N. (2018). An exploration of the boundaries of ‘Community’ in community renewable energy projects: Navigating between motivations and context. Energy Policy, v.113, 523–534

Holland, P. & Alakavuklar. O. N. (2017). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reporting and seeking legitimacy of Māori communities: A case from Aotearoa New Zealand Energy Sector. In Camilleri, M. A. (ed.) CSR 2.0 and the New Era of Corporate Citizenship (pp. 123-146). IGI Global. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference. Doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1842-6.ch007.

Hossein, C.S. (2016). ‘Big Man’ politics in the social economy: A case study of microfinance in Kingston, Jamaica. Review of Social Economy, v.74(2), 148-171

Hossein, C.S. (2016). Going local in downtown Kingston, Jamaica: Using qualitative methodologies in complex urban settings. The Politics of Hard Times, v.16(4), 345-361

Hossein, C.S. (2016). Money pools in the Americas. The African diaspora’s legacy in the social economy. The Forum of Social Economics, v.45(5), 309-32

Hossein, C.S. (2016). Politicized Microfinance: Power, Money and Violence in the Black Americas. Toronto: University of Toronto.

Hossein, C.S. (2017). A black perspective on Canada’s Third Sector: Case studies on women leaders in the social economy. Journal of Canadian Studies, v.51(3)

Hossein, C.S. (2017). Fringe banking in Canada: A study of rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCAs) in Toronto’s inner suburbs. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, v.8(1), 29-43

Hossein, C.S. (2017). Living Garveyism in the social economies of the African diaspora in the Canada and in the West Indies. National Political Science Review, 19(1), 169-186.

Hossein, C. S. (Ed.). 2018. The Black Social Economy in the Americas: Exploring diverse community-based alternative markets. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan

Houtbeckers, E. (2018). Framing Social Enterprise as Post-Growth Organising in the Diverse Economy. Management Revue, 29(3), 257–280. DOI:10.5771/0935-9915-2018-3-257

Hudson, L. (2018). New York City: Struggles over the narrative of the solidarity economy, Geoforum. DOI:10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.04.003

Hwang, L. (2017). Butler’s tourism area life cycle and its expansion to the creative economy. In Lowry, L. (ed.), The Sage international encyclopedia of travel and tourism. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications, pp. 202-208


Jerne, C. (2016.) Performativity and grassroots politics: On the practice of reshuffling mafia power. Journal of Cultural Economy, v.9(6), 541-54. DOI:

Jerne, C. (2016). Book Review: Post crisis perspectives: The common and its power. García and Ydesen (eds.). Social Alternatives, v.35(1), 64-66

Jerne, C. (2018). The syntax of social movements: Jam, boxes and other anti-mafia assemblages. Social Movement Studies, v.17(3), 282-298. DOI:10.1080/14742837.2018.1456327

Jerne, C. (2019). Book Review: How Outlaws Win Friends and Influence People. Crime, Media, Culture, 15 (3): 551- 554

Johanisova, N. and Fraňková, E. (2017). Chapter 49: Eco-social enterprises. In Spash, C. (ed.) Routledge handbook of ecological economics: nature and society. London: Routledge, pp. 507-516


Kennedy, M. (2018) Beyond branding: The role of Book Towns in building a relational marketplace. In Frost, W. and Laing, J. (eds.) Exhibitions, trade fairs and industrial events. London: Routledge

Khieng, S. & Lyne, I. (2019) “Social Enterprise in Cambodia: Typology and Institutionalisation”, in: Bidet, E. & Defourny, J. (Eds.) Social Enterprise in Asia Theory, Models and Practice. Routledge, London and New York, pp.17-25

Krueger, R., Schulz, C., Gibbs, D. (2017). Institutionalizing alternative economic spaces? An interpretivist perspective on diverse economies. Progress in Human Geography. DOI:


Labaeye, A. (2017). Collaboratively mapping alternative economies: Co-producing transformative knowledge. NETCOM, v.31(1-2), 99-128. DOI:10.4000/netcom.2647

Labaeye, A. and Mieg, H. (2018). Commoning the city, from digital data to physical space: Evidence from two case studies. Journal of Peer Production, v.11: CITY

Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2018). Between the plough and the pick: Informal, artisanal and small-scale mining in the contemporary world. Canberra: ANU Press. DOI:10.22459/BPP.03.2018

Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2019). ‘Academic war’ over Geography? The death of Human Geography at the Australian National University. Antipode. DOI:

Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2019). Do women have a right to mine? Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 31(1), 1–23

Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2019). Extractive Peasants: Reframing Informal. Artisanal and Small- scale Mining Debates. Third World Quarterly. DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2018.1458300

Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2019). The act that shaped the gender of mining, Extractive Industries and Society.

Lahiri-Dutt, K. & Arnab Roy Chowdhury. (2018). In the realm of the diamond king: myth, magic, and modernity in the diamond tracts of Central India. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 108 (6), 1620-1634

Lawson, L., Drake, L. & Fitzgerald, N. (2016). Foregrounding community-building in community food security: A case study of the New Brunswick Community Farmers Market and Esperanza Garden. In: Cities of Farmers: Urban Agricultural Practice and Processes, (eds.) Dawson, J. & Morales, A. Iowa City, USA: University of Iowa Press (pp.141-158)

Lawson, L & K. Lahiri-Dutt. (2019). Women sapphire traders in Madagascar: Challenges and opportunities for empowerment, Extractive Industries and Society. DOI:

Lepawsky, J. (2018). Reassembling rubbish: Worlding electronic waste. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. (companion website for the book:

Lepawsky, J., Araujo, E., Davis, J-M. and Ramzy K. (2017). Best of two worlds? Towards ethical electronics repair, reuse, repurposing and recycling. Geoforum, v.81, 87–99. DOI:

Loh, P. and Agyeman, J. 2019. Urban food sharing and the emerging Boston food solidarity economy. Geoforum 99, 213-222

Lyne, I. (2017). Social enterprise and the everydayness of precarious indigenous Cambodian villagers: Challenging ethnocentric epistemologies. In Essers, C., Dey, P,. Tedmanson, D. & Verduyn, K. (eds.) Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship; Challenging dominant discourses. London: Routledge

Lyne, I., Ngin, C. and Santoyo-Rio, E. (2018). Social enterprise, social economy and local social entrepreneurship in rural Cambodia. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, v.12(3), 278-298

Lyne, I., Ryu, J., Teh, Y-Y. & Morita, T. (2019). Religious Influences on Social Enterprise in Asia: Observations in Cambodia, Malaysia and South Korea, in: Bidet, E. & Defourny, J. (Eds) Social Enterprise in Asia Theory, Models and Practice, Routledge, London and New York, pp. 293-313.


McKinnon, K., Dombroski, K. and Morrow, O. (2018). The Diverse Economy: Feminism, capitalocentrism and postcapitalist futures. In Elias, J. and Roberts, A. (eds.) The handbook of international political economy of gender. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

McKinnon, K., Healy, S. & Dombroski, K. (2019). Surviving well together: Postdevelopment, maternity care, and the politics of ontological pluralism. In: Klein, E. & Eduardo Morreo, C. (Eds.) Postdevelopment in Practice: Alternatives, Economies, Ontologies. London and New York: Routledge, (pp.190-202)

McNeill, J. (2017). Enabling social innovation assemblages: Strengthening public sector involvement. (Unpublished Doctoral Thesis). Western Sydney University, Australia. Available at:

Mellick Lopes, A. (2017). How people can best make the transition to cool future cities. The Conversation. July 13, 2017.

Mellick Lopes, A., Healy, S., Power, E., Crabtree, L., Gibson, K. (2019), Infrastructures of care: opening up “home” as commons in a hot city, Human Ecology Review, vol.24, no.2

Morgan, B. (2018). Telling stories beautifully: Hybrid legal forms in the new economy. Journal of Law and Society, v.45(1), 64-83. DOI:10.1111/jols.12079

Morgan, M. (2018). The Sharing Economy, Annual Review of Law and Social Science, v.14, 351-366

Morgan, B., Bai, S., and Bhaskar, J. (2018). Competitive neutrality and the challenge of social enterprise. Competition and Consumer Law Journal, v.25(3)

Morgan, B. and Kuch, D. (2016). The socio-legal implications of the new politics of climate change. UNSW Law Journal, v.39(4). Available at:

Morgan, B. and Kuch, D. (2017). Sharing subjects and legality: Ambiguities in moving beyond neoliberalism. In Higgins & Larner (eds.). Assembling Neoliberalism. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Available at:

Morgan, B. & Thorpe, A. (2018). Introduction: Law for a new economy: Enterprise, sharing, regulation. Journal of Law and Society, v.45(1), 1-9. DOI:10.1111/jols.12075

Morrow, O. (2019). Community Self-Organizing and the Urban Food Commons in Berlin and New York. Sustainability.

Morrow, O. (2019). Sharing food and risk in Berlin’s urban food commons. Geoforum, 99, 202-212.

Morrow, O., & Martin, D. G. (2019). Unbundling property in Boston’s urban food commons. Urban Geography, 00(00), 1–21.

Mullen, M. (2017). The 'diverse economies' of applied theatre. Applied Theatre Research, 5(1), 7-22

Mullen, M. S. (2018). Applied Theatre: Economies. London: Bloomsbury. Available at:

Mullen, M. S., Freebody, K., Walls, A., & O'Connor, P. (2019). Who is Responsible? Neoliberal Discourses of Well-Being in Australia and New Zealand. NJ Drama Australia Journal. DOI: 10.1080/14452294.2019.1572432

Mullen, M., & Thomas, K. (2016). ‘Collaborative creativity in community settings’. In P. O'Connor (Ed.), The possibilities of creativity (pp. 117-134). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Available at:


Naylor, L. (2018). Fair trade coffee exchanges and Community Economies. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. DOI:10.1177/0308518X18768287

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