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Can the state empower communities through localism? An evaluation of recent approaches to neighbourhood governance in England
N Bailey, M Pill
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33 (2), 289-304, 2015
1092015
The continuing popularity of the neighbourhood and neighbourhood governance in the transition from the ‘big state’to the ‘big society’paradigm
N Bailey, M Pill
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 29 (5), 927-942, 2011
852011
Hollowing out neighbourhood governance? Rescaling revitalisation in Baltimore and Bristol
JS Davies, M Pill
Urban Studies 49 (10), 2199-2217, 2012
702012
Empowerment or abandonment? Prospects for neighbourhood revitalization under the big society
JS Davies, M Pill
Public Money & Management 32 (3), 193-200, 2012
662012
Hidden homes? Uncovering Sydney’s informal housing market
N Gurran, M Pill, S Maalsen
Urban Studies 58 (8), 1712-1731, 2021
432021
The city under COVID‐19: podcasting as digital methodology
D Rogers, M Herbert, C Whitzman, E McCann, PJ Maginn, B Watts, ...
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 111 (3), 434-450, 2020
432020
Local governance under austerity: hybrid organisations and hybrid officers
M Pill, V Guarneros-Meza
Policy & Politics 46 (3), 409-425, 2018
282018
Community empowerment or a strategy of containment? Evaluating neighbourhood governance in the City of Westminster
M Pill, N Bailey
Local Government Studies 38 (6), 731-751, 2012
252012
The austerity governance of Baltimore’s neighborhoods:“The conversation may have changed but the systems aren’t changing”
M Pill
Journal of Urban Affairs 42 (1), 143-158, 2020
222020
Embedding in the city? Locating civil society in the philanthropy of place
MC Pill
Community Development Journal 54 (2), 179-196, 2019
202019
Informal accommodation and vulnerable households: Scale, drivers and policy responses in metropolitan Sydney
N Gurran, M Pill, S Maalsen, T Alizadeh, P Shrestha
University of Sydney, 2019
172019
The potential for neighbourhood regeneration in a period of austerity: Changing forms of neighbourhood governance in two cities
NB Nick Bailey, M Pill
Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal 7 (2), 150-163, 2014
152014
Stay, leave or return? Patterns of Welsh graduate mobility
G Bristow, M Pill, R Davies, S Drinkwater
People Place and Policy Online 5 (3), 135, 2011
15*2011
Employer-assisted housing: Competitiveness through partnership
M Pill
Joint Center for Housing Studies, Graduate School of Design [and] John F …, 2000
132000
Urban productivity and affordable rental housing supply in Australian cities and regions
N Gurran, K Hulse, J Dodson, M Pill, R Dowling, M Reynolds, S Maalsen
AHURI Final Report, 2021
122021
New developments in urban governance: Rethinking collaboration in the age of austerity
JS Davies, I Blanco
Policy Press, 2022
112022
The everyday local state? Opening up and closing down informality in local governance
M Pill, V Guarneros-Meza
Local government studies 46 (4), 542-563, 2020
112020
Strategic planning,‘city deals’ and affordable housing
M Pill, N Gurran, C Gilbert, P Phibbs
AHURI Final Report, 2020
112020
Neighbourhood collaboration in co-production: state-resourced responsiveness or state-retrenched responsibilisation?
M Pill
Policy Studies 43 (5), 984-1000, 2022
102022
Governing cities: Politics and policy
M Pill
Springer Nature, 2021
92021
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