The Changing State of Knowledge Exchange UK Academic Interactions with External Organisations, 2005 -2015, February 2016 (with Alan Hughes, Cornelia Lawson, Ammon Salter, Anna Bullock and Robert B. Hughes)
Knowledge Exchange in UK Universities: Results from a Panel of Academics 2005 – 2015, February 2016 (with Cornelia Lawson, Alan Hughes, Ammon Salter, Anna Bullock and Robert B. Hughes)
The Dual Funding Structure for Research in the UK: Research Council and Funding Council Allocation Methods and the Pathways to Impact of UK Academics, Report for the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), May 2013 (with A. Hughes, A. Bullock and I.Milner). BIS Dual Funding Structure for Research in the UK
‘Pathways to impact and the strategic role of universities: new evidence on the breadth and depth of university knowledge exchange in the UK and the factors constraining its development’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, May 2012. (with A.Hughes). Hughes and Kitson CBR 2012
Hidden Connections: Knowledge Exchange between the Arts and Humanities and the Private, Public and Third Sectors, Report to the Arts & Humanities Research Council, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge (with A. Hughes, J. Probert, A. Bullock and I.Milner), March 2011. Hughes Kitson Probert Hidden Connections AHRC 2012
‘Policies to Enhance the `Hidden’ Innovation in Services: Evidence and Lessons from the UK’, The Service Industries Journal, January 2010, (with M. Abreu, V. Grinevich and M. Savona). Available here
Knowledge Exchange between Academics and the Business, Public and Third Sectors, Centre for Business Research and the UK-Innovation Research Centre, 2009. (with M. Abreu, V. Grinevich and A. Hughes). AcademicSurveyReport
‘The Connected University: Driving Recovery and Growth in the UK Economy’, NESTA, 2009. (with J. Howells, R. Braham and S. Westlake). Kitson et al Connected University Report NESTA 2009
‘Universities, Business and Knowledge Exchange’, Centre for Business Research and The Council for Industry and Higher Education, 2008. (with M. Abreu, V. Grinevich , A. Hughes and P.Ternouth). University Business Knowledge Exchange Report 2008
‘Innovation, Networks and Knowledge Exchange’, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, July 2008 (with S. Christopherson and J. Michie). Christopherson Kitson Michie CJRES 2008
Taking Services Seriously: How Policy can Stimulate the ‘Hidden Innovation’ in the UK’s Services Economy. London: NESTA, 2008. (with M. Abreu, V. Grinevich and M. Savona). Taking services seriously NESTA 2008
‘The Third Way and the Third Sector: New Labour’s Economic Policy and the Social Economy’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, November, 2007, (with H. Haugh). Haugh and Kitson CJE 2007
‘Markets, Competition, Cooperation and Innovation’ in D. Coffey and C, Thornley (eds), Industrial and Labour Market Policy and Performance, Routledge, 2003 (with J. Michie and M. Sheehan -Quinn).
The State of Competitiveness’, in A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds), Enterprise Challenged, ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 2003 (with F. Wilkinson).
‘Markets, Competition and Collaboration’, in A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds), British Enterprise in Transition, ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 2000 (with F. Wilkinson).
‘The impact of exchange rates on operations: the case of the UK automotive components industry’, in Christiansen, J.K. and Boer, H. (eds) Operations Management and the New Economy: Proceedings of the International Conference of the European Operations Management Association, 2-4 June 2002, Copenhagen, Denmark, Aalborg: Copenhagen Business School and Aalborg University, pp.1191-1201, 2002 (with D. Primost and N. Oliver).
‘Markets and Competition’, in A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds), Enterprise Britain, ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 1998, (with F. Wilkinson).
‘Markets, Competition and Innovation’, in J. Michie and J. Grieve Smith (eds), Globalisation, Growth and Governance: Creating an Innovative Economy, Oxford University Press, 1998 (with J. Michie).
‘Markets and Competition’, in A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds), The Changing State of British Enterprise, ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, September 1996 (with F. Wilkinson).
The State of British Enterprise: Growth, Innovation and Competitive Advantage in Small and Medium Sized Firms, Small Business Research Centre, June 1992 (with J. Bryson, A. Cosh, A. Hughes, D. Keeble, B. Moore and F. Wilkinson).