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Li, Peng and Boom, Katy and Davis, Paul (2014) How Do Limbo Dancing, Landlords and Students’ Energy Habits Link to EfSD? A Student Green Fund Case Study. In: 2nd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities, September 3-5 2014, Manchester UK. (Submitted)

Davis, Paul and Wotherspoon, Douglas (2014) Producing Hope Through Practice. The Promise of Expansionist Pragmatism in Generating New Everyday Utopias. In: Fifteenth International Conference of the Utopian Studies Society, 2-5th July 2014, Charles University, Prague. (Submitted)

Davis, Paul (2011) ‘Strategic Management in (a) Crisis?’ Uncertainty, Imprecision & the Incomplete as Axioms in Building Appropriate Theory. In: WBS Research & Knowledge Transfer Conference, 11th May 2011, Worcester Business School. (Unpublished)

Davis, Paul (2011) The English Audit Commission and its Comprehensive Performance Assessment Framework for Local Government, 2002-8: Apogee of Positivism? Public Performance and Management Review, 34 (4). pp. 489-514. ISSN 1530-9576

Davis, Paul and West, K and Yardley, L (2011) Networks in Open Systems of Governance: the Case of an English Local Older Persons’ Care System. Public Management Review, 13 (5). pp. 683-705. ISSN 1471-9037

West, K and Davis, Paul (2011) What is the Public Value of Government Action? Towards a (New) Pragmatic Approach to Values Questions in Public Endeavours. Public Administration, 89 (2). pp. 226-241. ISSN 1467-9299

Davis, Paul and West, K (2009) What Do Public Values Mean for Public Action? Putting Public Values in their Plural Place. American Review of Public Administration, 39 (6). pp. 602-618. ISSN 0275-0740

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