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Key publications

Members of the Centre for Social Business have authored a diverse range of written publications, from book chapters to conference papers to research reports, on a wide range of subjects across various aspects of social business.

Dr Morven McEachern (Salford Business School)

Dr Philip Brown (Salford Housing & Urban Studies Unit)

  • Morris, G., Dahl, S., Brown, P., Scullion, L. and Somerville, P. (2012) Somewhere Nowhere: Lives Without Homes , Salford: University of Salford/Lulu.
  • Niner, P. and Brown, P. (2011) The evidence base for Gypsy and Traveller Site Planning: A Story of Complexity and Tension, Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 7 (3), 359-377
  • Brown, P. and Scullion, L. (2010) ‘"Doing research" with Gypsy-Travellers in England: reflections on experience and practice’, Community Development Journal, 45, 2, 169-185
  • Brown, P. and Horrocks, C. (2009) Making sense?: The support of dispersed asylum seekers, International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 5 (2), 22-34
  • Niner, P. and Brown, P. (2009) First steps towards regional planning for Gypsy and Traveller sites in England: Evidence based planning in practice, Town Planning Review, 80 (6), 627-46
  • Brown, P. and Scullion, L. (2009) ‘"Doing research" with Gypsy-Travellers in England: reflections on experience and practice’, Community Development Journal, Advance access 17 March 2009.

Professor Karl Dayson (School of Arts & Media)

  • Ashta A.; Dayson, K.; Gera, R.; Hettihewa, S.; Krishna, N.V. & Wright, C. (2013, forthcoming) Microcredit as Social Innovation. ‘The Social Innovation Handbook’. Hamdouch, A-L & Moulaert, F. (eds). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Dayson, K. (2011) Is the Government Losing Interest: Microfinance in the UK in ‘Enterprise, Deprivation and Social Exclusion: The role of small business in addressing social and economic inequalities’ A. Southern (ed.) New York: Routledge
  • Sim, J. & Dayson, K. (2011) ‘Portal to Portaloo: Can Microfinance and IT Help Solve the World’s Sanitation Crisis, in A. Ashta (ed.) Advanced Technologies for Microfinance: Solutions and Challenges. pp323-340. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference.
  • Dayson, K. & Vik, P. (2009) Can MFIs in Western Europe be Sustainable? ‘Microfinance in Europe’. No. 5 (June) pp9-12 (contribution: 50%)
  • Dayson , K. and P. Vik (2008). Making European microfinance more sustainable - lessons from Britain. European Microfinance Network 5th Annual Conference "Microfinance - a tool for growth and employment". Nice, France.(contribution: 50%)
  • Dayson K (2008) ‘Conceptualising the Third Sector across Europe: Microfinance as a Case Study’. 38 th World Congress of International Institute of Sociology, Budapest 26-30 June (contribution : 50%)

Dr Kevin Kane (Salford Business School)

Dr Nazam Dzolkarnaini (Salford Business School)