Hill O’Connor, C. Smith, K.Hughes, C.Meier, P.  and Purshouse, R. (2023) Operationalising inclusive growth: can malleable ideas survive metricised governance? Public Administration

Kelly-Irving, M., Ball, WP., Bambra, C., Delpierre, C., Dundas, R., Lynch, J., McCartney, G. and Smith, K. (2023) Falling down the rabbit hole? Methodological, conceptual and policy issues in current health inequalities research. Critical Public Health

V. Johnson, J. A. Duro, V. Kadirkamanathan and R. C. Purshouse, Toward scalable benchmark problems for multi-objective multidisciplinary optimization, 2022 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), Singapore, 2022, pp. 133-140.

Hill O’Connor, C.,  Smith, K. and Stewart, E. (2023) Integrating evidence and public engagement in policy work: an empirical examination of three UK policy organisationsPolicy and Politics


Hill O’Connor, C., Chedgzoy, D., Gogarty, M., and Gavens, L. (2022) Co-producing Policy Relevant Research. In Vorley, T., Abdul Rahman, S., Tuckerman, L., and Wallace, P. (editors) How to Engage Policy Makers with Your Research. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 73-83.

Brand-Correa L, Brook A, Buchs M, Meier P, Naik Y, O’Neill D. (2022) Economics for people and planet – moving beyond the neoclassical paradigm The Lancet Planetary Health

Guoqiang W, Heppenstall A, Meier P, Purshouse R, Lomax N. (2022) A synthetic population dataset for estimating small area health and socio-economic outcomes in Great Britain. Scientific Data


Naik Y, Brook A, Perraton J, Meier P. (2021) Fiscal and monetary polices: the cutting edge of advocacy and research on population health and climate change. Perspectives in Public Health

Bambra C, Lynch J, Smith KE. (2021) The Unequal Pandemic: COVID-19 and Health Inequalities. Bristol, 2021.120 p.

Aburto JM, Kashyap R, Scholey J, Angus C, Ermisch J, Mills MC, Beam Dowd J. (2021) Estimating the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic on mortality, life expectancy and lifespan inequality in England and Wales: a population-level analysis. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, doi: 10.1136/jech-2020-215505.

Hassannezhad M, Gogarty M, Hill O’Connor C, Cox J, Meier PS, Purshouse R. (2021) A Cybernetic Participatory Approach for Whole-Systems Modelling and Analysis, with Application to Inclusive Economies. Research Report (pre-peer review print).

McGill E, Er V, Penney T, Egan M, White M, Meier P, Whitehead M, Lock K, Anderson de Cuevas R, Smith R, Savona N, Rutter H, Marks D, de Vocht F, Cummins S, Popay J, Petticrew M. (2021) Evaluation of public health interventions from a complex systems perspective: a research methods review. Social Science & Medicine, 113697, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.113697


Angus C. (2020) Visualising the spread of COVID-19 across England. People, Place and Policy, 14(3): 294-296.

Bambra C, Riordan R, Ford J, Matthews F. (2020) The COVID-19 pandemic and health inequalities. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health,

Barton CM, Alberti M, Ames D, Atkinson J, Bales J, Burke E, Chen M, Diallo S, Earn D, Fath B, Feng Z, Gibbons C, Hammond R, Heffernan J, Houser H, Hovmand PS, Kopainsky B,  Mabry PL, Mair C, Meier P, Niles R, Nosek B, Osgood N, Pierce S, Polhill JG, Prosser L, Robinson E, Rosenzweig C, Sankaran S, Stange K, Tucker G. (2020) Call for transparency of COVID-19 models. Science, 368(6490), pp.482-483.

Collyer T, Smith K. (2020) An atlas of health inequalities and health disparities research: “How is this all getting done in silos, and why?” Social Science & Medicine, 264, doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.11333.


Meier P, Purshouse R, Bain M, Bambra C, Bentall R, Birkin M, Brazier J, Brennan A, Bryan M, Cox J, Fell G, Goyder E, Heppenstall A, Holmes J, Hughes C, Ishaq A, Kadirkamanathan V, Lomax N, Lupton R, Paisley S, Smith K, Stewart E,  Strong M, Such E, Tsuchiya A, Watkins C. (2019) The SIPHER Consortium: Introducing the new UK hub for systems science in public health and health economic research [version 1; peer review: 1 approved]Wellcome Open Research, 4(174).



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