May, T. ‘Reflexivity’. In Kaldis, B., ed. Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences. London: Sage.
May, T. and Perry, B. 'Data Analysis and Reflexivity'. In Flick, U., ed. Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research. Sage: London.
Perry, B., May, T., Marvin, S. and Hodson, M. ‘Rethinking Sustainable Knowledge-Based Urbanism Through Active Intermediation: What Knowledge and How? In Andersen, H.T. and Atkinson, R., eds. The Production and Use of Urban Knowledge: European Experiences. Dordrecht: Springer.
Bulkeley, H., Hodson, M., and Marvin, S. ‘Emerging strategies of urban reproduction and the pursuit of low carbon cities’. In Flint, J. and Raco, M., eds. The Future of Sustainable Cities. Bristol: Policy Press.
May, T. and Perry, B. ‘Translation, Insulation and Mediation: Universities in an Age of Ambivalence’. In Benneworth, P., ed. Universities Engagement with Socially Excluded Communities. Dordrecht: Springer.
Perry, B. ‘L’universite et territoire Angleterre: l’ecart entre l’excellence et l’utilite’. In Mespoulet, M., ed. Universite et Territoires. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp.125-127.
Perry, B. ‘Excellence, relevance and the construction of regional science policy: science frictions and fictions in the North West of England’. In Pinheiro, R., Benneworth, P. and Jones, G., eds. Universities and Regional Development: A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. London: Routledge.
Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Introduction’. In Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S., eds. Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. London: Routledge.
Hodson, M., Marvin, S., Bulkeley, H. and Castan-Broto, V. ‘Conclusions’. In Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S., eds. Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. London: Routledge.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Can Cities Shape Socio-technical Transitions and How Would We Know If They Were?’ In Bulkeley, H., Castan-Broto, V., Hodson, M. and Marvin, S., eds. Cities and Low Carbon Transitions. London: Routledge.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Governing the Reconfiguration of Energy in Greater London: Practical Public Engagement as “Delivery”’. In Devine-Wright, P., ed. Renewable Energy and the Public. London: Earthscan.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Cities Mediating Technological Transitions: Understanding Visions, Intermediation and Consequences’. In Guy, S., Marvin, S., Medd, W. and Moss, T., eds. Shaping Urban Transitions: Intermediaries and the Governance of Socio-Technical Networks. London: Earthscan.
May, T. and Perry, B. ‘Comparative Research: Potentials and Problems’. In May, T., ed. Social Research: Issues, Methods and Process. 4th Edition. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.
Perry, B. ‘Case studies’. In May, T., ed. Social Research: Issues, Methods and Process. 4th Edition. Maidenhead, Berks: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Eco-urbanism: Transcendent Eco-Cities or Urban Ecological Security?’. In Mostafavi, M. and Doherty, G., eds. Ecological Urbanism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Lars Muller Publishers.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Hydrogen in the UK: Regional Drivers and Differences Hydrogen in Cities and Regions: An International Review’. In Ekins, P., ed. Hydrogen Energy: Economic and Social Challenges. London: Earthscan.
Hodson, M., Marvin, S. and Hewitson, A. ‘Hydrogen in Cities and Regions: An International Review’. In Ekins, P. ed. Hydrogen Energy: Economic and Social Challenges. London: Earthscan.
Marvin, S. and Medd, W. ‘Clogged Cities: Sclerotic Infrastructure’. In Graham S., ed. Disrupted Cities: When Infrastructure Fails. Oxon: Routledge.
Williams, M. and May, T. ‘Commitment and Investigation in Knowing the Social World’. In Olsen, W., ed. Realist Methodology, Volume 1: Practical Realist Ontology. London: Sage.
May, T. and Marvin, S. 'Elected Regional Assemblies: Lessons for Better Policy Making’. In Sandford, M., ed. The Northern Veto. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Networked Infrastructures, Technological Mobilities, and the Urban Condition’. In Moss, T., Naumann, M. and Wissen, M., eds. Zwischen Universalisierung und Differenzierung. Räumliche Dimensionen des Wandels technischer Infrastruktursysteme. Munich: Oekom Verlag.
Perry, B. ‘Academic Knowledge and Urban Development: Theory, Policy and Practice’. In T. Yigitcanlar, ed. Knowledge-Based Urban Development. Idea Publishing.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Introduction: Splintering Urbanism’. In Priemus, H., Button, K. and Nijkmap, P., eds. Land Use Planning: Classics in Planning. Edward Elgar.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Telecommunications as a Paradigm Challenge’. In Priemus, H., Button, K. and Nijkmap, P., eds. Land Use Planning: Classics in Planning. Edward Elgar.
Guy, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Constructing Sustainable Urban Futures: from Models to Competing Pathways’. In Deakin, M., Mitchell, G., Nijkamp, P. and Vreeker, R., eds. Sustainable Urban Development. Volume 2: The Environmental Assessment Methods. Routledge.
Hodson, M. and Marvin, S. ‘Cities Mediating Technological Transitions: The Adaptability of Infrastructure and Infrastructures of Adaptability?’ In Geyer, H. and Richardson, H., eds. International Handbook of Urban Policy. Edward Elgar.
Hodson, M., Marvin, S., and Simpson, V. ‘Technological Transitions and Public Engagement: Competing Visions of a Hydrogen Fuel Station’. In Flynn, R. and Bellaby, P., eds. Risk and Public Acceptance of New Technologies. London: Palgrave-Macmillan.
May, T. ‘Regulation, Engagement and Academic Production’. In Harding, A., Scott, A., Laske, S. and Burtscher, C., eds. Bright Satanic Mills: Universities, Regional Development and the Knowledge Economy. Aldershot: Ashgate.
May, T. and Powell, J. ‘Michel Foucault’. In Edwards, T., ed. Cultural Theory: Classic and Contemporary Positions. London: Sage.
Perry, B. and Harloe, M. ‘External Engagements and Internal Transformations. Universities, Localities and Regional Development.’ In Harding, A., Scott, A., Laske, S. and Burtscher, C., eds. Bright Satanic Mills: Universities, Regional Development and the Knowledge Economy. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate.
Peters, M. and May, T. ‘Higher Education, Regional Policy and the Knowledge Economy: The North-West of the U.K.’. In Marginson, S., ed. Prospects of Higher Education: Globalization, Market Competition, Public Good and the Future of the University. Rotterdam, NL: Sense Publishers.
Marvin, S. and Medd, W. ‘Metabolisms of Obecity: Fat in Bodies, Cities and Infrastructure’. In Heynen, N., Käika, M. and Swyngedouw, E., eds. In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. Routledge.
May, T. ‘Transformative Power: A Study in Human Service Organization’. In Beynon, H. and Nichols, T., eds. Patterns of Work in the Post Fordist Era: Volume 2. Cheltenham, Gloucester: Edward Elgar.
May, T. and Peters, M. ‘Universities, Regional Policy and the Knowledge Economy’. In Kinchloe, J., Hayes, K., Rose, K. and Anderson, P., eds. The Praeger Handbook of Urban Education. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger/Greenwood.
Medd, W. and Marvin, S. ‘Ecology of Intermediation’. In Green, K. and Randles, S., eds. Industrial Ecology and Spaces of Innovation. Edward Elgar.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Postcript: A Manifesto for a Progressive Networked Urbanism’. In Hilier, J. and Healey, P., eds. Contemporary Movements in Planning Theory, Critical Essays in Planning Theory: Volume 3. Ashgate: Aldershot.
Guy, S., Evans, R. and Marvin, S. ‘Multiple Pathways to Sustainable Transport Futures: Experts, Users and the Planning Process’. In Rohracher, H., ed. User Involvement in Innovation Processes. Strategies and Limitations from a Socio-Technical Perspective. München: Profil Verlag.
May, T. ‘Critical Theory’. In Booth, C. and Harrington, J., ed. Developing Business Knowledge. UWE/Sage.
May, T. ‘Reflexivity and Sociological Practice’. In Williams, M., ed. The Philosophical Foundations of Social Research, Volume 3: Social Reality and the Social Context of Social Research. London: Sage.
Medd, W. and Marvin, S. ‘Complexity and Spatiality: Regions, Networks and Fluids in Sustainable Water Management’. Richardson, K., ed. Managing Organizational Complexity: Philosophy, Theory, and Practice. Information Age Publishing Inc.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Tales of the Network Metropolis. In Golding, J., ed. City 2. Revolver Frankfurt and Main.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Planning Cyber Cities: Integrating Telecommunications into Urban Planning’. In Graham, S., ed. The Cybercities Reader. London: Routledge.
Harloe, M. (Co-Author) ‘London: Competitiveness, Cohesion and the Policy Environment’. In Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M., eds. City Matters. Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Bristol: The Policy Press.
Marvin, S. and Harding, A. ‘Urban Trauma and the Body Politic: Terrorist Bombing in Manchester and Financial Windfall in Hull’. In Fraisl, B. and Stromberger, M., eds. City and Trauma. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann.
Marvin, S. and Medd, W. ‘Sustainability by Proxy? Intermediation between the Production and Consumption Nexus’. In Southerton, D., Chappells, H. and van Vliet, B., eds. Sustainable Consumption: The Implications of Changing Infrastructures of Provision. London: Edward Elgar.
Marvin, S. and Pendlebury, J. ‘Planning Research in the UK’. In Fabini, A., ed. Improving Planning Education in Europe. Milan: FrancoAngeli.
Marvin S. and Perry B. ‘Coping with the Fuel Crisis: Strategies, Contexts and Resilience’. In Coutard, O., Hanley, R. and Zimmerman, R., eds. Sustaining Urban Networks: The Social Diffusion of Large Technical Systems. London: Routledge.
May, T. ‘Realism and Reflexivity: A Contradiction in Terms?’. In Carter, B. and New, C. (Eds). Making Realism Work: Realist Social Theory and Empirical Research in the Social Sciences. London: Routledge.
May, T. ‘Poststructuralism’, ‘Critical Theory’, ‘Postempiricism’. In Bryman, A., Lewis-Beck, M. and Futing Liao, T., eds. Encyclopaedia of Social Science Research Methods. California, Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Planning Cyber-Cities?’ In Helten, F. And Fischer, B., eds. Envisioning Telecity. Towards the Urbanisation of ICT. Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang.
Marvin, S. ‘Urban Infrastructure – Fixity vs. Mobility’. In Ennis, F., ed. Infrastructure Provision and the Negotiating Process. London: Ashgate.
Marvin, S. and Slater, S. ‘Competition for Urban Space: Tensions between Conduits and Corridors’. Ennis, F., ed. Infrastructure Provision and the Negotiating Process. London: Ashgate.
May, T. ‘Reflexive Vigilance: Engagement, Illumination and Development’. In Harré, R. and Moghaddam, F., eds. The Self and Others: Positioning Individuals and Groups in Personal, Organizational, Political and Cultural Contexts. New York: Praeger/Greenwood.
Wilks-Heeg, S., Perry, B. and Harding, A. ‘Metropolitan Regions in Europe: Regimes, Rescaling or Repositioning?’. In Kreukels, A., Salet, W. and Thornley, A., eds. Metropolitan Governance and Spatial Planning: Comparative Case Studies of European City-regions. Aldershot: E&FN Spon.
May, T. ‘The Discontented Epoch: Freedom and Security in Bauman’s Postmodernity’. In Beilharz, P., ed. Zygmunt Bauman: 4 Volumes. Volume 3. The Postmodern. London: Sage.
May, T. ‘Transformations in Principles and Practice’. In May, T., ed. Qualitative Research in Action. London: Sage.
Guy, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Transforming Urban Infrastructure Provision: The Emerging Logic of Demand Side Management’. In Willis, K., Turner, R. and Bateman, I., eds. Urban Planning and Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Graham, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Urban Futures? Integrating Telecommunications into Urban Planning’. Madanipor, A., Hull, A. and Healey, P., eds. The Governance of Place: Space and Planning Processes. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Marvin, S. ‘Re-shaping Regions/Re-ordering Utilities: Competing Development Trajectories’. In Marshall, T., ed. New Directions in Regional Planning. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Marvin, S., Gillespie, A. and Green, N. ‘Bricks vs. Clicks: Planning for the Digital Economy’. In Wilsdon, J., ed. Digital Futures-Living in a Dot-com World. London: Earthscan.
Marvin, S. and Guy. S. ‘Reconnecting Networks and Buildings: The Development Process and the Reshaping of Water, Energy and Transport Demands’. In Miller, C., ed. Planning and Environmental Protection. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
Graham S. and Marvin, S. ‘Urban Planning and the Technological Future of Cities’. In Wheeler, J., Warf, B. and Aoyama, Y., eds. Cities in the Telecommunication: The Fracturing of Geographies. London: Routledge.
Guy, S. and Marvin, S. ‘Models and Pathways: the Diversity of Sustainable Urban Futures’. In Burton, E., Jenks, M. and Williams, K., eds. Achieving Sustainable Urban Form. London: E& FN Spon.
Marvin, S. ‘Telecommunications and Sustainable Cities’. In Hack, G. and Symmonds, R., eds. Global City Regions. London: Wiley.
May, T. and Buck, M. ‘Social Work, Professionalism and the Rationality of Organisational Change’. In Malin, N., ed. Professionalism, Boundaries and the Workplace. London: Routledge.